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XLII BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE SEVENTY-TW- O ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PR INT. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 monlhs; 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages "OVER THE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1917. No. 21 LOOSE LEAF HOUSE REPORTING TOP" AWAY OVER PAIB TO THE FIRST AMERICAN FAMILIES AMBIDEXTROUS TO OPEN DEC. 8 HEROES. Each Week the Number of Meatless, Whcatless and Wasteless Meals, Amount of Food Saved is Increasing. r of famTilt li st rt port of the ilies in Cli'virpnit who are actually c mpU ing with the Food Conservation plan mi m de tsTbMfl Monc!.'i) morning at the end of tne third week The number of familie, who are re With the AdMriCM Army in prance Nov. 7 Tlio first three AMlkM sold iers killed in '.he trenches In Prance to night are sleep! g in I rcnch toil, honor ed hy the American army ami the pen pie and army of Prance. Their final interments took place yesterday With a guard of French infantrymen in their picturesque uniforms of red and horizon hlue standing on one side and a detachment of American soldiers on the other, the (lag wrapped caskets were lowered into the grave as a bugle blew taps and the battel ies at the front fired As the minute guns wen minute guns the off the French officer commanding division in this section paid tribire to the I lis words, which fallen Americans. were punctuited by the roar of the guns and whistle of shells, touched both the In the concluFrench and Americans sion the French officer said: "Men! These graves, the first to be dug in our national soil and only a short distance from the emeny are as I mark of the mighty land we and our allies firmly cling to in the common task, confirming the will of the people and the army of the United States to fight with us to a finish, ready to sacrifice as long as is necessary until final victory for the most noble of causes, that of liberty of nations, the weak as well as the mighty. Thus the death of these humble soldiers appear to us w ith extraordinary grandeur. "We will therefore see that the mortal remaius of these young men be left here, We inscribe on the left with us forever tombs 'Here Lie the First Soldiers of the Republic of the I'nited States to Fall on the Soil of France for Liberty and ' The passersby will stop and nil cover his head. Travelers and men of heart will go out 01 their way to come here to pay their respective tributes "l'rivate Knright! Private t'.resbam! l'rivate Hay! In the name of Fiance, I thank you. God receive your souls 1 Jus-tic- First Sale to Be Marie on the Breckenridge County Exceeds Above Date Prices Expected the Goal in the Y. M. C. A. to uo 5Ky High Before the Campaign by $124 Irvina- Season is Half Over. ton Leads. 50c PER .W-- -" LB. AT LEXINGTON. W , Hreckenridge county-goe- - Tsj- -' - - the top " iwa "over altogether hi stvemy-two- . of these are of the Mtthodht church and the other hidf are of the Baptist church which rt presents only about half the number of families iu porting x Thirtj-si- each church Just for au tximple, and to give ati idea of how much is being savtd by thirty-sif imilies, is sIiowd in ihe re port given by Rev W L I ker of the Methodist enure! wk. M wk meals At. per K iml'y 1st wk. Wheatless Mt!l 7 '5 6 I4 It, 7'4, 7 Meatless meal 10 I" ftf, 12 7 8 I4I 9, 14 ft Wast. lee meals II 144ft, 21, 21. families hid If all of the seventy-tw- o ii.vri! 2l wheatless, 42 meatless and 611 wisteltss meals in the three weeks time, the amount of food ?svtd would tiive teen S'methi'lg like Ihbl 1512 wheatless ir.e .Is, .',0'.'4 meatless meals and 4 551; waste'ess meals This weekly repining of amount of food saved is one of the unique phases i Mr. Hoover's Food Conservation Campaign, and he h having it done meieh to st e ) w how far thcAmeii-ca- n peop e aie co operaii g with tvm iu the conservation of food x . OF X' , rehouse, Hanlinsburg, announcts ej eaolbei county was ftMO end the amount colcolumn their opening sale for Satur- lected wis til;!, as announced bv the County C'h.itimin, W. J. I'iggott, of day, December 8. li eiugiun. Irvington lead in the largThis promises to be a subscribed, and all tha other sale in the btatOTe of tobicco selling in est amo-towns exceeded their goal wit li the exBrtckinriilge county. From reports gathered from other markets where ception of Stephensport and H irdlns-burrecord-breaking ut The Loose Leal TofeejM e Y. M. C. A. campaign to Ihe amount of 1121. The q iota tor the in t' V, ' ' 'A', ss W8&g& Q i-- . " -- - loose leaf sales h ive already been The quota for each town, the leader made, there is no telling where the price is going. The fact is the crop is and the umouut collected is given as follow.' short and ei a ajei fact nrers and dealeri Paul Ccmpton, HnrditMburg quote, are tailing over each other to get their l50; paid IISI, supplies and are not.quibbling over the David M. Phelps, Cloverport; qurta price. The Lexington Herald Meal "The H0; paid ftlOt, J M. Htrodoa, Irvington; qootalltSi latest and most inteiesiing iu loftacco is the refusal of J. R Florence to ac- paid ftftfft. Dr. I, V'. Meador, Custer; quota ftS cept 5ocenl a pound for fancy Barley p..ld KB, crop weighing 2 (Mill pounds and llo Rev. J. B, Meng, Glen Dean; quota sale of Will Hawk'scropof 8,000 poet axil ftrs: paid fti. at 40 cents, while My await of tow. j. Bobopp, Ble phone port ; quota bacco has been sohl from '22 to 3a cents ami jast as m my growers ave refused Iflft; piiri i3 Quota lor the G unm $550, paid $674. to Bait, Chan man V. J. Piggott erbhea to ex"We hear that the Louisville ninket press his appi.cinion IbroagH ihe his been sold On I s.uce May, and thai press to the leaders who so valiantly prices have soared. A thousand ai ed iu the closing campaign and to of Burlev was sold in one lot at the d olors who gave of tluir m iterial ft3U in Louisville last Tobacco wealth for the ej rk of Ike V. M, C. A. has brought this year would : I Bogs-hea- til that FACTORY IS SOLD Ben Clarkson, of Big Spring. Ky., Buys Trammel Plant. On Fifteenth Street, Farewell!" This Man Can Really Boast. To be permitted to live eighty three years and still enjoy health, be able to see and hear and to have tight living children, who are a credit to yi something that few men can boast of as Mr. J. I). Meador. Mr. Meador was eighty three years old Nov. 8, and his daughter, Mrs. Heiiry Fate with whom he' lives at the Cloverport Hotel, celebrated the day hy having a sumptuous turkey dinner. Tl e other seven children are: Mrs Chas. Mattingly Mrs. Dhonauc and Mrs Oscar Pate, Messrs Walter Meador. Kuther and Dan Meador Meador, Meador c:-.- Miss Piggott Given a Distinction at K. Another industry was acquired for Louisville during the past week iu the purchase by lien S Clarkson, of l'.ig Spring, Ky, of the factory owned by Thomas Trammel, on Fifteenth street, south of St. Louis avenue. Mr. Ciaik sou will oeu a tobacco rebeildling husi ness about January I. He has had considerable experience in that business iu the past, tut on a smaller scale than he contemplates operating here. The property was acquired at a price 2j,000." The deal was Said to be about cioseo wirougu CBK1WVII .sorion, en law Norton Caldwell Company. The site is on all Illinois Central switch and has ample shipping facilities. Negotiations With Mr C arkson re'ative to locating the plant here have been under way for some time through the Louisvil e Indits-- I trial Foundation. The new plant will engage a large force of Workin 11. Louisville Times November 10 S. U. Lieut. Mist Elizi M. Piggot, of Irvington, was elecUd assistant editor ot the Keutuckian, annual publication of the University of Kentucky, at a meet i ig of the junior clas. She will to editor-i- n chief of tha year book next year. This is the first time in the history of the university that a girl has bean chosen tu this office Miss I'iggott has been active in literary work during her career at this institution, having been a member of the staff of the Kentucky Kernel, weekly student publication of the university last year, and managing editor of the paper this year. Lexington Herald Sgt BKRNARD B W. B. White I. i:VIS Marries Texas Girl. Lieut W; ft, W hite, of the 24th' Infantry, stationed at Naco, Ariz , and Miss Mabel l'ruett, of Terrel, Tex , were married at 8 o'clock, Weiluesday morning, Nov. 7, I9I7, at the' residence of Rev. W. C. Brewer, in Douglass They were attended b Miss Katherine Hipp, of Bisbee, and Lieut. C. M. I'etty, of the 2 th Infantry After the ceremony the party had a wedding breakfast before goiug to their home in Naco. The announcement of Lieut. W. B. White's marriage is of especial interest here as this is his former home He is the son of the late Mrs F.uima Skillman ami a grandson of Mrs Anna Hardin, of Holt, Ky. , is the nineteen year eild son of Mr. Ilen-r- v Sgt Lewis was J Lewis, of this city. Returns To His First Love. Mr. M. B Kinche'oe, who only a few weeks ago resigned his position as assistant cashier of the Bank of Hardins-burSt Trust Co , and accepted a place with the First State Bank, Boulder, Colo., returned home last week and resumed his former position with the Bank Mr. Kincheloe fouud that thare isn't many places ai good as old Breckinridge, his first love. Mrs. Kiucheloe came on from the West Mr. Kincheloe. g The store where you get "Ivverything Good to it and Wear" is having a general fall house-- leaning iu both the groA splendid picture taken of the Flag The cery and dry goods departments. Raising, Nov. 3, at Camp Zachary Taylor All persons haviug claims against the rooms are being newly papered iu soft is on display iu the Breckinridge News there I think. paper with white office window. Well, 1 guess this is all for this time. estate of James A. Beavin, deceased, of French Mattingly, are hereby notified to present moire ceilings, which lends a bright and The picture gives a good conception Will write you wheu I get there. them, properly proveu as required by cheery atmoaphere to the store. of bow the traintog camp looks showing Vour loving aon, The owners, Messrs J. C. Nolte and law, on or before the 1st day of Feb . the barracks, the Y. M. C. A. buildings Bernard K. Le wis. Bro. , are 6xing things up and making I9I8. and the soldiers with their visitors. It F. S. Kisa mother and the kids for J, P. Kuue, Admr. is very interesting and baa attracted a fit place quite inviting for the annual of Ja- .es A. Beaviu, deceased. me. visit of Mr, Sauta Claua. great deal of attention. Picture of Camp Zachary Taylor with the Medical Fost, Ft. Logan, Little Rock, Ark , when the pi. lure was t .ken. On Nov. It, he with his Company were sent to Ft Ogcllhorpe, C,a , and hy now they are sailing the high seas for France. Sgt Lewis is one among the first of the Cloverport boys to volunteer. He began training fc a private and in October was promoted to the rank of SerToday he represents the tape of geant. soldier of which Ameiica is so proudly boasting, one who is fit physically, men. tally, and morally. And, too, he is not iu the war just for the nove'ty of the thing or because it is compulsory, but he gives reason in his ow n w irds iu a letter to his father which is published below, and that in itself is more credit to father and son than all things else that could be said of this American soldier "My dear F'atlier: I am getting what I am going to leave here toI expected. morrow alteruoou lor Ft. Ogelthorpe, Ga. Will be attached to the ."14th Regimentthat means France for me I don't know how long I will be in Geor gia, will have to let you know later Now I don't want you to be worried a bit about me for that is just what I wanted. I will feel more like I aui in the I joined the army if I go to Frauce. army to do uiy bit so I can do better over To Determine Coal Situation. Chairman Wylie B. Bryan, of the State Fuel Commission has appointed W, J. I'iggott, Irvington, chairman; Chas. Dean. Glen Dean; John A. Barry and John I). Babbage, Sr., Cloverport as represeuatives of the fuel commission, to gather statistics concerning the coal situation in Breckinridge county. ave reached $11 lai t year, almost doubling its value in a eai. No wonExpires Suddenly. der the growers lel'use 10 sell, but on tile other hand tlu-rhave been plenlv of sales and eacrce, ' The whole sujipiy, howtver, now in America: would not Mippu 1 eoAtinua- UotJ of tile preseul deunud, a lull year so soma in iv well afford to hold, other to se and o.heis again, to sll, re tay aid re seli. Hut seli or bold the growers are watching every leaf and saving it for full value. " In Bourbon county several farmer! nivesold their crops at pticea ranging from T! to 30 Tile loose leaf hou .es open iu Paris December 4, and tinis eagerly anticipated by fa. mete, tub CCC glowers and the public geir cralh. Tr.e same iuteiest is manifested in Clark. Montgomeryi Plerntng, Wood. ford and all the Blue Grass section. Over at Bowling Green last .arced there were three big opening loose lei f saiei. Prominent buyers from ail over the country were tlleie eager for to Dr. Paul Dempster, a prominent phybacCO. The prices for dark leaf ran sician of C.len Dean, txpirid suddenly around $18 per hundred; several crops last Thursday. He wis a FOU of Dr R brought 21The de piece ancker, it is T.Dempster and a at I rot her o J said, after jack frost had bit it, brought M. rtoemrd, Dr. Dempster uas n t $0 per honored. ried several tear ago, his true Ai Vine Grove a rt c i eaki ng sale f IrvFancy colury Hurley:, the d.ugl.ter of Pa Utter is reported, lug ton. He eri'.l be greatly B.iaatd li brought :io, $40 and S of course the OVo Dene eoratnunity "hue he these pike; were for I mall let will bad a li'rge practice. picked ami handled. So our advice to lhecnentidge county growers who have not sold iln ir crops, Shelman Stock Farm. or contracted tbcejs, is to get into this big sale. It's going sky high, lake our I offer for sale Shalmsn Stock Farm word for it. ft acres on a 2 of If road county road m'les Ktst of SU pher.sport a r; llroad and Ohio rivir, 20 acres in woods 'M in Mother Of Five Children Dies. cultivation '25 in clover remaiuder in grass, lima stone land part of it a lit tie rolling well fenced about 3110 rods Lod. burg, Ky. Nov. 111. (Special ) of wire fence, some line tobacco land, Mrs Jonas Basham who has been in good tobacco barn, ttock barn jfteftfl ill health tor some time, died Thursday ten foot machine shed full length of Nov. 1," The remains ware interred in the barn, well and pond at barn, never Walnut Grove cemetery 011 Friday. failing spriug, new six room cottage Kev I C. Argabright conducted the and cistern, garage, blacksmith shnp the funeral services. and several other out buildings, about years Mrs. Basham was forty-tw500 bushels of com J tons of clover old. liesldes her husband and Ave hay two guod mares, one borse, one children she leaves her parents, Mr. tine jack, two big Jersey milch cowa, and Mrs. Dan Miller, five brothers, four Jersey heifer calves, nine duroc Dan Miller and Frank Miller of Call hugs, seven hsmpshire hogs, two wag- fornia, Abe Millar of Missouri, Koll gons and lot of good farming imple- Millar and Asia Miller of Ureckinrulge ments will be sold all together if de- county. Two alsters, Mrs. Wall BasA. V. Whitworth, sired. ham and Mrs. Will Simmons. Stephensport, Ky. nd 1 I Judge Dovvell and Mrs. Dovvell Celebrate. Oej Tneadev evening, Nov. 13, 1917, I) mill entertain Judge and Mrs I) ed a number of their friends by ce'e-- I bratlttg their sixteenth we tiling mini-- I vers iry with I mock wedding. The I bouse u.is decorated in pint and white. At dght O'clock the guests w ere taken by surprise w ben the ribbon girls, Mrs. Rnacel Comptow and Mis. j. c. overliy, entered the parlor followed by the infal party Thcjl were HCt at the aitar hy Rev J. B, Meng, who performed the ceremony Mrs P, Morris lie ud acted aa bride'a naaid and Dr J C. Overby as best mail Alter the ceremony n deliciona lunch was served c insisting of a salad course and brick cream, with the ftgitiei 16 in pink. Those present were! Mr and Mrs A T. Beard, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Overby, Mr. and Mrs C irl Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. II. m. heard, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kincheloe, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Comp on, Mr. and Mis. I'.uil Com ton, Mr ami Mrs. Raymond Dowel 1, Rev, J. K. Meng, and Mis. P Mot Hs Heard. At 10:80 o'clock, all departed wishing the bridal couple many more happy years 4 I . j Li, rd-b- - . , Boy Scouts Organization. I 1 l'.ig Spring, Ky., Nov: I9 Suecial . The Boy Scouts of America have a troop organised at this place last week with thiitecn members, Tbey meet every Thursday evening at 7:3d o'clock in the Wooxlmaiis' Hall, The following boys are rdBcCfl Fjnery Burnett, Scout Master; Julius Hodges, first assistant Scout Master ami l'atrcl Leader; Argus Arms, second assistant Scout Master; Schuyler Martin, third assistant Scout Master and Traps Secretary. The members are: Carl Martin, Alex Martin, Louis Anions, Henry Richardson, film II Thornblll, Morris Thornhill. Murrel Deacon, Deuuie Snell-nand KarC Hoard u Advertising? If it is results you want you should In use this paper. II cir- culates in the majority ol homes the community and has al- Preparing For Santa's Annual Trip. Suffragettes Meet In Lexington. The Kentucky Kqual Kiglits Associa. tion issues a call to its County Auxili aries to send their elected delegates to meet with officers, committees and ineui- The place hers iu annual convention. chosen is Lexington, Kentucky, I'hoenix Hotel. The date, Nov. 3O Dec. 1, J9I7. On the evening of Nov. 30, Mrs. Nellie McClung, a gifted Canadian will ad- dress the Association and the following evening, the lion. Jeauette Ka.ikiu, the first and ouly woman representative in Congress, will speak at the Lexington Opera House. ways been considered The Family Administrator's Notice. Newspaper The grown-ups 1 quarrel about it, II gray-colore- the children cry lor II, and Ihe whole family reads to cover. ad II from cover They will read your , you place It bolero them In the proper medium. - Tobacco Growers of Breckinridge and Adjoining Counties! The first sale of tobacco over the Loose Leaf Floor We will hold our first sale over our floor on in Owensboro, will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 4th. grower nerve to do our FULL Dl TV; this market in Hardinsburg was not established for the sole benefit of the owners of this door, but for the advancement of every in this section: we appeal to you for your influence and support and pledge our untiring efforts for your interests. Gratefully, our doors to receive tobacco on Monday, December 3rd and will be glad to accept the patronage of our friends from every nook in existence. ftWe take this liberty to express our views to those who are holding their crops for our market; we feel that you will have no regrets for your decision; for those who have made mistakes we feel kindly toward, and extend our sympathy; we are not expecting to sell this crop for any more money than it will bring in Owensboro and an other markets, but we wish to again impress you with the fact that every honest effort will be made for the advancement of this market, and we know that our facilitins for handling this tobacco are second to no market in the Green River section; we have the floor space, we have the light, and we have the we will open Saturday, December 8, 191T Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co., WAR BISCUITS ARE NOT SO BAD After All. incorporated. Hardinsburg. Ky. Pf SCRIBED nv N. V. SprCMlCi'S. i nis. Msmriiisojn.Tis. TAftUTA BOOK- Recruits Learn to Mi'k in England's Army of V cmcr ra Hang All Traitors, Gerard's Advice. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Emu Hits toanymi.ter-.r- iii and l.so Mrs. C. C. Richard mm Di . Wrlu auiUIOIATOIK A few days before the election we meet the Hon John Dean candidate for Police Countries. Jude ot Cloverport, we walked up to Clubs Mr. Dean extended our hand made a Home Demonstration Ma. noie something like this, Good Morning Organized. I Judge John shoied his hat hack and i said, 'Mul you're fined one fifty " We If all the Ml tune rtciptl rovc to 1.e are now in the hospital suffering with a ei as the war biscuits, the bad case of nervous prostration. as Ken by any Rhodes says the election returns American people will Ml starve ives manner of means. If any difference the him a pain I. eon McGavock late of people will be much health- - 'didate for Concihnen says he lost but ier, due to the I act that war recetps are wo it. W.v. calling f.,r ItM shortening and more corn (nir address isn't anywhere in I'rance meal in the "staff of life " as yet but it looks now like we will have A demonstration of Wl biscuit WM to go and help jet the Kaiser given in tins city last Tuesday afternoon Ivjgeue Smith, Milton C.illian. I.aton in the banquet room by, Mrs, ,lcr, Hubert I'rauklin Steph us C. C. Richardson one of the seventeen and Alfred Miller fix well known shuck 2 represe.iativcs of the War Intension ers at the table started for Central, III., Hoard last week. On days when its too cold to At the conclusion of the demuu-tr- .i shuck oine big records will be reported tioti a Home ktMOMtl itiOD Club was Franklin Stephei s reports that he don't to busk down corn, uses patent organize wiin .wrs r.en iii.igc-.vayPresid i.l; Mis. J. Il rue ice shucking peg on Ilia heels Acrofl in women are doing I 'resilient; i ,ange and wonderful things in many Brabandt, and Mrs C Joe Mulhation, Jr T he 'aces. Wwum'i !.and Army is Secretary. going in" for the domestic and agridemon at fat ng in Mrs. Richardsi.ii cultural arts. The serious phase is GLEN DEAN four c onatiea, Meade, Breckinridge, Han that they are doine these things as an cock ami Grayson. aid in war time to the nation. They She demonstrated in Irviugtou Mon II II Cox, Oracev, Ky and son, Joe arc filling the places of the men who day afternoon in the Methodist church. Cox. who was stationed at ( '.reenvi.Ie, S. have gone to fight. At St. Augu-tin.,., ... ' The Home Demonstration Club was or-College, one of Canterbury's M. l.r.. most C .rrigan an,l Mrs. J. R Wi son ganied there also. Miss Mrs. Wilson ancient buildings, girls are living in wis appmniea rrtsMeni, .Mrs k u returned home with them to be with her the monastery and taking their meals inthe thirteenth century dining hall. McGlotbnn, Vice President an Milt brother until he leaves Some of them are taking lessons in .Miry Henri, secretary thirty mem milking in the grounds, as those shown J. K. Meng has just closed a meeting bcrs were til rolled. ere. 'at Black Lteh, had several additions. Sever il of ti.e bousek .eperi have teat Miss Nell Dempster writes she likes ed llie war b scuit receipt i h ir h is givui Pile and Mr. Pile, of Hardinsburg. her work as teacher at Stanford, Ky. below, and have found :t Oth ippetUing Mr. and Mrs. R Bra Ml and Mrs W C. Moorman and wife accompain-- : and satisfying Lydii Duggtf were the dinner guestr. of by his mother, sp.-n-l Nov titll here and 2 cups flour sifted. ami family last Thurs took .'inner with the Ladies Aid who S. j. ; cups corn meal d.y. served ilinuer in the bajik 3 teaspoons baking powder Mrs. Wi Shellaa i attended the C A Bennet wi soon return as fr ight teaspoon sug.ir. o: her nitce. Miss H.atl Payue, of I teaspoon agent here ag kin sail , Webster, to Mercer Hasluull, of 3 tablespoons shortening. The Temperance program given at Saturd.'y evening. Raoftgh milk to mix into soft dough Sand Knob church near here recently Ar.iandus BilkDo motored here from Sift all dry ingredients tuice. ws a decided success. Indiana and spent several dajs last (AH measures level.) week with his pjreijts, Mr. and Mrs. J. F Hiddle, and was accomp inied home ERYMIRE by his sister, Mrs. Will aud baby. LANDING Herbert C Dod?ou, who has been in Several from here attendtd the pie California for the past four years, came Well the rooster was a coon this time supper at liunkei Hill Saturday uitfht. Wednesday to spend the wiuter with his All a board for Salt River. by gum L S Brashear spent the week end ither, Mrs. Mary Ddson. Would have retorted sooner but our w.th Ko) H. Htssett, of L'nim Star. S J. Brushear and C L I) dson have bo it was in a leaky condition took a Homer Barr spent last Sunday with given their dwelling houses a coat of week to cork and pitch her. The Hon psi it which adds very much to the inj Kdward Gregory arid pilot the boat. he Misses Biashear. Mrs. Icy I'olloca spent Friday r.ight provemeut. Those who have engaged passage on this trip are: Mayor Chas II. unman, Allen with Allic Keys, of Lodiburjj Rev. H. J. Blackburn, of Wolf Creek, Black, I,eon McUavock, J. M Lewis, Lena M. Hrashear spent Wednesday preached here Saturday to a large con John Dean, of Cloverport, Sam Oil and night witn her aunt, Mrs. R Bruuer. gregation, and was the kuest ol Mr. biank Greenwood, Stephensport, and Graham Miss Fannie Bruner spent the week am1 Mrs' Ken Rhodes, of Hardinsburg Allen end with Mrs Gus B Owen C. Bruuer, deputy under A. T. irger ,.ud attended Black will surely be lonesome, being the church here Saturday night. Beard, County CTeik, left Monday for The demo only republican on board Mrs. Bertha Kelly, of Louisville, is Hardinsburg to resume his duties in the crat boys will spend the winter shooting new line of work. To lese Mr Brucer coons as the coon was the cause of tbein visiting Miss Ida Wheeler. from the community means we are Miss Mollie Barr went to Louisville making this trip. Now for the benilit losing u line young man of high ideals, of those who wish to write to any of the Suuday to visit her sister, Mrs. Harry but we wish him success iu his new line Ellsworth and Mr. Kllswortb. party while on this trip will say that our of busiuess Salt address will be ii Skuldoo, St Mrs. H. K. Frymire and baby, Anna River, Ky. Hunter, visited her sister, Mrs. Wade Now is the time to Subscribe son Demonstrates the Making of Them in Flour IMtsburg, Pa , Nov. 13 The lime for icpentanca of disloyal Americans rman syuipathizars haa and pro-pissed ar.d the day is at hand when very person must decide whether be is for or against America, declared Jatne9 W. Gerard, former American Ambassador to Germany, iu an address at a food conservation mass meeting here DENTIST Office Hours: J gSBIVm Alw"?eZZ?"ttng IrflBgtos, Kf. ye&sigstsirjiS253'Q V Ma-:o- ' piwwuifftj -- I , tip ''Americans sre to be congratulated on thtir efforts to induce Germans in this country to be loyal, but there are stili many ur.der the protection of the American lag who are snakes in the grass," said the foimer Ambassor "the time has c.ine however, when they must say straightforwardly whether they ara for or against America. "We should hog-tievery disloyal German American, feed every pacifist raw meat aud hang every traitor to a lamp post, ;o insure success in this war. And our traitors are njt all German Americans, but some men high in public life are aiding the Prussian cause. There is no dirtier chapter in American politics ti.an the crusade of these men, whose names youkuow." JEWELRY It is ;feis GOOD if you buy it here, It antee M WtU as costs no more and you have our guarthe article you buy. Our guarantee jnsures the high quality of our purchase, or its return if you hre not satisfied. SV I T. C LEWIS, Watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky, ( China Will Exchange Films With cperatt U. Louisville, Henderson & St, Louis x Ry, Co. , e 1 f '-- ' Ch nese merchants iu China have co d with Americans in the forma-lio- i of a new moving p cture company with a capital ftlMOM tola known as the China Motion P. cure Company. It has been organized with a view to ictu-emanufacturing In both countries for exchange, and it is expected that great bent IP to both countries will result in the better acquaintance each will have with the other through the medium of the "movies." s DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. 8:35 a. m., 9:48 8:35 a. m., 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPERS I STARS AND STRIPES CHEERED IN PARIS High-Class L., H. & Coaches LEAVE UNION TRAINS 111 ST. STATION C. P. A. PULLMAN SLEEPERS L. RY. AND BROADWAY Lodi-buri;- CARTER'S G.-a- I CH , I'nrls. The Stars nnd Stripes still stir up big demonstrations of enthusiasm In the French capful, even though months have elapsed since the United States entered the wor. The grand finale at the Folles Bergere the other night brought out the flags and national anthems of the allied nations a la George Cohan. The British colors and "God Save the King" brought a demonstration and a large number in the audience rose to their feet. The Italian, Belgian, Iloumanian, Serbian, Russian and Portuguese flags all brought applause. Uncle Sam had the big place In the tableaux. When a pretty girl strode on the stage waving the Stars and Stripes and the orchestra swung Into "The Star Spangled Bunner" the house wont mud. A Caundlun soldier proposed three cheers for the Yanks. Uncle Sura received an oiatloii thut would have the heurts of Americans everywhere. glnd-dene- Observation Parlor Cars TENTH City Ticket Office: Both Rs Fourth and Main Phones 1134 E. M. WOMACK, 0. P. A. F. PENN, JAS. C. YcCLOY t: p. a. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. Williams Quits Business. Kvausvllle, before entering the business world again. Mrs Virginia Williams, who for years has keen successful in runuing a grocery store in this city, so d out to her customers the larger purt of her stock mul what remained she sold to Mr. Joe Mum. in, who bought the building and will keep a small line of groceries Mrs. Williams, at present, is living at her home iu Kastland. She expects to leave soon to make an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs Win. Head, of Elected Count) Attorney. James T. Basham formerly of thia county was elected County Attorney of Graysou county by a majority of over 6(H) votes. Mr. Uashaiu has only been in that county about fifteen months; He is a brother of Paul M. Hasham, Circuit Court Clerk of this countv. Try' i "Want Ad.' WE CAN DUPLICATE THE PRICE OF ANY GIVE US RESPONSIBLE A If You Want Quality, Accuracy and Service FIRM; AND IN MANY CASES DO BE ITER. TRIAL. BE CONVINCED THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL Louisville, Ky. We Are Manufacturers. 'Ask Any Oculist' LETTERS FROM THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE Mr John n nabhage, Cloverport, Ky , Dear Sir: Please send my paper to me I think I have uiy subscr plion here paid for some time, if not I will seed yon check to cover it for one year I am in the armv and like as well or better than I expected. I am in Division Headquarters office and have been since I came which has been four weeks to day. Yours truly, E. H Ashcrnft, niv. Hdqtrs Troop, Atlanta, (Ja. Care Camp Gordon The Ilreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky, Dear Editor: Ordinarily I would not write you a letter for publication, but I understand that a nation wide campaign is being put on by the Y. M. C. A. to raise funds to conduct its work in the army for the coming year. Considering the many benefits that I and my comrades have received and are receiving, I feel it a sort of duty to let the folks back home know what the Y. M. C. A means to ns fellows. It provides outdoor and indoor games, baseball, basket ball, volley-ball, football, checkers and chess. It supplies entertainment, music and It conducts classes, moving pictures. Frfnch, English and other educational branches. It organizes Bible classes and promotes It strong religious work program keeps the fellows out of trouble by filling their spare hours with useful and enjoyIt takes the place able occupations hereof school, church and home and more. It is the So'diers' and Sailors, Cub. The secretaries are the finest men I ever met. When we go over sea these comforts and men will go with us to do for the American boys what they are doing for onr Allies, England, France, Russia, The "Y" is already over and Italy, churches are helping greatly to bting these results. To render this service here and at the other camps, ttoo build nigs and tents are required in America and hundreds more abroad. Thousands of men, together with equipment and maintenance are also necessary And it doesn't cost us fellows a cent Who pay it all? Well, I've wondered myself, but 1 ve just neurit now they do it As usual thev call on the folks back home I've been told, too, that the fund which was raised for this work last spring has been exhausted, and they'rs a nation wide cam going out again paign to secure enough money to last until July I919. There will be campaign committees in every State and jou'll probably bear more about it. It is going to take S.vs, OoO.oOO That's a lot of money, but when you think that several million men at home and abroad are to be served, it certainly is worth many times that amount. Take it from me, if you know anybody who really wants to make his money count, in winning the war by giving the fellows the things thev need, tell him to write his check in as many figures as he can and we'll lick the Kaiser in half the time it will take if this money is not The Y M. C. A, does more subscribed for the army and navy than any other1 thing I know That is all I know to say My home is in about the Y. M C. A Harned Ky. 1 have been ill the service six months. Yours truly, l'riv l.ee Pile, Chattanooga, S3 Inf., Co. E Tenu. .VT'SJ V Cloth'-- ! C. ulncrl i.rtKlr JU No ' The UIOST well-dresse- d farmer well-dress- ed men who own farms arc these days: is they know that a man's appearance regarded by his And most neighbors as some indication of his prosperity. perous. farmers are prosperous; and all of them want to look pros- We have one great advantage clothes. in talking to farmers about Another Breckinridge county boy who military ranks, is Sgt ,,f tli a 'tAl. Tt.fiMlrt" M If ,,1 He attained the Camp Zachary Taylor rank of Sergeant just last Tuesday and the following Iritlay he was made sup ply Sergeant. Sgt. Harbee was a hundred per cent man in passing the physithere. The aim of this work is at all times to cal examination and li s home folks, in keep us fit, happy and contented, and Stephensport, are exceedingly proud of our officers and pastors of near by him is rising in the Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are so well known to all of you that we needn't say very much about quality; you know they're good clothes. garment is all The name of these makers on any that the well informed buyer needs to see; HILL ITEMS Last Monday Mrs Jesse Isom received a message calling her to be with her Deacon. nephew, Clayton Smith, son of Mr and Rev. and Mrs. Deacon, Elder Hogard Mrs. Sam Smith, of Terre Haute, Ind. aud J. V Clarkson attended (J'larterly Mrs. Isom left immediately. A message Conference at Poplar Grove Thursday. was received shortly after she left say-iuThe following were in Louisville last Mr. Smith was dead. He was 2l years old and left a wile and other week: Misses Zelma Strother, B;ssie Richardson, Mrs. Frank Hilf, J B members of the immediate family. family have moved Carter, Will Curtain and Frank Hilf. Ed Nichols and Mrs. J. H. Meador is the guest of her Into the Armstrong property. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mclntyre and son, daughter, Mrs, T. C. Williams, ot West of Illinois, arrived Friday to visit her Point. sister, Mrs. Phil Kramer. Schuyler Martin, Misses Maud and Prayer meeting and choir practice at Mary Scott spent Wednesday afternoon the Presbyterian church every Friday at Elizabethtown with Gordon Brown who was home for a few days from evening. Steve Wilson and family motored to Camp Shelby. Owensboro Sunday to visit Miss Pansy Doffet. Jim and Lon Dunn have moved with their families from the house formerly occupied by Mr. Arnold to the Jake May property in the East Epd. Joyce Scott, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pevton Scott, is improving slowly after a serious illness. Miss Mary I erkins and Mrs Sahlie went to Louisville Saturday with sewing they had been doing for the Gov- Dilma Witt arrived from Indiana Wedntsday for a visit with his brothers an sisters. Elder Hogard spent Wednesday and Thursday nights with Rev. E. P. after that it's merely a question of finding your style and size. We don't have to "sell" Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; men who appreciate good goods "buy" them. We mention farmers especially best for their money. in this advertisement be- cause they are, of all business men, most keen to have the They appreciate value. We sell lots of jjood clothes to farmers; just as G VRFIELD. we do all sorts of business men; Hart Schaffner & ernment. Miss Agnes Beavln and Miss Mapgie ot near Pattsville, weie guests of Mrs. Sinv n Beavin on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J H. Corley wete visitors of Mr. and Mis. Vtruon Milbutu last week. While at worn at the li ing factory Joe Bur k had two of his fiugers badly Ryan, crushed. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burk's oldest child has been quite sick, BIG SPRING J. B. Carter and Will Cuttain spent Thursday in Louisville. Miss Myrtle Moorman has returned from a three weeks visit wiih Mrs. W. A. Hynes, of Columbia, and Mrs. Ray m iud Moorman, of Louisville. J. W. Moorman went to Louisville Tuesday for his sister, returning Wed- nesday. r Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge BUnkeLship, of Memphis, are guests of his parents, r. and Mis. J. L. Blaukenship. Q l'.te a number attended the loose sale at Vine Grove Saturday. Boy Scouts of Ameiica met Thursday night, November 15, and gave tests for "teuderfool" first degree scouts, who were Ctrl M.trtiu, Alex Martin, Shrr-ma- u Thorn iid, Iiira Bo.. id and Murrtll rt ot Honor, const; De icon. .C B Wi t, J L. Morris at I J. B.Carter, deci 'llhe result of the contest. One Villi r( E. C. Martin, was present. K. 0. Martin weut .0 Braider. Jurr Tb-Co- Dr. D. B. Beeler, the dentist, from Louisville, is billed for this place December 24. Will Head was here last week buying logs. Mesdames John Kincheloe, W. C. Moorman, Russell and Paul Compton, of Hardinsburg, attend. d church here Wednesday. Miss Bessie Watlington, who is teaching at Kosetta, spent the wiek end with her paieuti at Hardinsburg. B.11 ham sold his farm to J li. II 111 i.sou hist week. Filbert Norton, who has been in Illihume Thursday. nois, 11 n. Miss L 'ttie Macy was in Louhville Monday. Fred Closing and Dr. Miller, of Lou isville, were guests last week of D. II Smith. A. X Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, was here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Kennedy and children have gone to Nebraska where tlu-- expect tu reside. Mis. Harvev Euglisn, of Amnions, visited Mrs. I. B Richardson last week. Lane Cuitei, of liviogton, waj hire S iturday. Mr. aud Mrs. HerDert Kippand babv, of Luui.ville, visited her sUler, Mrs. D i.hs B uuei, last week. 1. B. Richardson was In L in vide P. iday. Johu Gardner is visiting his son, Will H-um-- Marx clothes are the kind such men want. B. F. The Home of Harl Schaffner Beard & Mr. & Co. Marx Clothes Hardinsburg, Ky. Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Asia Nortoo, of Nor ton's V il ev, were guests of her pun i.U Mr. aud Mix. Jim Kennedy, lust week. O. B. Vaughn. B V. Harned and sun, Hubert, of (Juatur, were here Friday. Tnere were six baptised at the Marr poui Thuru Juy. her rother, Mrs. I.ii Bruner I Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dallls Bruner nnd little daughter, Agnus, visited In Louisville last week. Ksker Payne, of Harned, was here one day last week. Supt. J. W. Trent visited schools arund here last week. Ben Clarkson, of Big Spring, will receive tobacco in the storehouse recently vacated by Ova Gray. Mrs. Alva Beaucfcamp and Miss Ruth Harned were in Harned Saturday shopping. Willis Compton, who has been at Camp Taylor, MM home Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. Will Davis and chil dit ii, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis aud baDy, of McCjuady, were guests Sunday of their puients, Mr. aud Mrs. Abe Bruner. revival tegau Saturday night. Rev. Untruly will assist in the meeting, Mi Kev. Mel'ing will conduct the singing. Melvin Pool and Mi s Acidic Havnes, surpiisetl their friends by going to H Saturday ami gelling married. Miss Louise Moorman, of II irned, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. U. C. limned. Will Tubor and daughter, Miss Mrs Cora May, were in Louisville last week. and Mis. A. M. H irdin Clias. 1' i'nyne, of Loulsvillt, Ml it home last week visiting Ins family. Frank Gurett and were married la.-- t 'V. -- -. ,; CA Mi s Flora Cook Sunday. anil Lula I'.irks, of "WiU-o-Wisp"HirN- Misses Wordy 4 ixJ. V Clilton Mills, visited their sistei, Mrs. Dwell Robbius, of L iiiisville, last week. Juble mini aud Mi-- s Mary Robert-so- u K ibertsou's Miss were visiting aunt, Mis. Dick Burton, tan Saturday and Sunday. II are t!i mJ ..f new un.l atroiuj liurin.li hull They runt mo lightly 00 your it'ltrui. tbkt th.y giv LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook, of Owensboro visited their uncle, Geo. Cook, last week. Mn. (ieorge Cox was in Louisville last week visitiug her sister, Mrs. Wednesday. Vine Grove, Mr. and M.s. Will .11 ivnes, i Mids, we e l.eie Sat irti Mrs. Com P. est, w.. Il Will Macy, ui.-u-r lu t week. of Clifton p J. Joe D Milburu, of Custer, so'ti to A. M Hardin took a car load of hoi;s Butler & 1. '.iv last week a twenty and cattle to Louisville lust week. mouths old pig that weighed 5BO pounds. l,. Juhle Hardin, of Louisvillo, was at aiavitla The Cumbeiland Presby teilan church tioaie l.i.t week visiting his parents. ! John Logsdou sold his farm lying on Siuking Creek to C ige Anns tst w ek Mr. Logsdon will Consideration $600 move to Oweu.sboro. Mercer H.ish ,tn nd M s It iltl Payne were mil tied lust Surdity Mercer is a sou of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hi limn, v hi and one af the fure l.e u :i Miss p.n u Ida prigM trkjuotf. ,',e Oarlt daagtlttf tti Ml. and M s M.i . w. isiet, tit! hi a inaonl latt t some Mr. in,.1 's. Cirayton l'uyue and. t . your hair natural look l Utility tud Invlilbl,; perfMt irutfh fur &!l ,haii of halr-hp ur i n,,.-nty!; for II una up l,ak fur th, nil. It uvloit, ut your tar. If not in to, k ftvortt, k us mi oaiuc. 01 de.l.r. BrtM.. lac, .in ii. An N. H.rtnjun IK 1.1 Dept. 10 Y. city Payut Mt at tended the Basham-1'iyn- e lug last Saturday. Try our "Want Ads." THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BABBAdl , BRECKINRIDGE g. ii. Aeberarl Gardener Hawkins... Wn, ilrnrv Hhjplea Dawn la J. Jnrhoe Hui i ri Bsmaay SVrlcv It anise y sir, nn in yaevoest... BtahsMn Hobba Hi nvi r V. M.or i COUNTY HONOR ROLL Iditor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPOHT, ' KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1917 QHT PAGES, 5 StilrftWiption price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. BuwitMl Local I 10c per lino and 5c for each additional insertion. Car,! of Thankl over lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. in advance. tts. Ohuuaries charged for at tha rate of 5c per line, money Lxamine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify . MERELY A SUGGESTION. GratadeM, Ind . tin ebarebti bmtt ngnaH to htn o tbolr evenino; scrvici's on Sunday afternoon! riiirinr ibt winter month-- ' in Older to save COHl Why wouldn't Ibil ho a pond plan for tho churcbtt in OOf town to afoot during trM winter and conserve the c Nil! On Sundav there aie .six hours when the churches are not Mag used save for one hour for tho children's niectinr and nil that tune coal is consumed ao M to keep tho building! warm for the evening serin after-MOW- Ovrr Division rteadqmrttri Troop; Csts Oofttoa: Atlanta Ofheers Keserve I'urps: I't Benjamin Harrison Cutiip Shrlliv; llautenhurg. Mis Cnmp Slu 1ly Hntticshtirg, Mis. Camp Kbalbv; Hattfeaborf, Miss Camp Shelby. Hxtticsbnrg, .Miss M Cnmp Stieiliy; HnttieaSurg, Mi Hattieslmrg Miss. 9 11 V. A m. 0 r Ci laatntataoa A ; ft, Btejamla Harrison Co, H. f$ Inf.; Cnmp Grant ; Koekford, Ml. r) e I'. ,1 C ., I,i e Pile J.t Infantry; Co, !: CkattMMga, Tonn. inf., Cnmp Eacfcary Taylor: jnim Tha (of low lag ere in Company M., leg Avi't. Herbert M. Baahan, rlabert Parks. Jns Henry CM wile, Jns Krnest tfeOerr, Dane! Qehorrt, it i Keith, Corp. Bebtrl LVyMM, Woodford Hoard, Sgt So Miller, Hal U. S icrnnn, B. V. Macy, J. V, M.ittingly, G. John gi irK Compion, Alva N itashiim, V. DMre'l, Rruett Kanniaon, char it- Hobba, Willi Taylor Prlaat Vi da Brawn, Co'ttnan Wbcatley, Paltos WbHirartb, Jim Dwrbia, jinifs WoariWill Wood, Pal Kstaee, Pamnria s Nob'ftt, Stevie NsMsst, AnMs Olatetoct. Wlltairl lljwr. tlilbart fllawriirh Mat Carwite John S. Tucker, las. Wn Ritchie, 8 ialbj C, Beat, Batrll O Payae, gagaaa MsOarjr, and Loee Is iur-Ma- , Co i) ; ..N.-itter. I'.-n-tp SIm-IW- ; ('. SS 'v-r- t - 1 will starf- you in our - CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB Come in, let' us show you how in , be-in- The BreekanridgS News has devoted a prent deal of time and sjiaee to the soldier boys this week. We are only too plad to have the opportunity of doiag somathing, which we trust, will brinp them happiness for TOO might say. at present "they are the apple of our eye." We feel ferj deeply whit the.-- e boys are doinp for us individ ually and in return, wo want to do as much, if possible, for them. Venice, the city which has heen the source of inspiration for so minv pnetl end musicians, is now pictured as looking like the deserted villi.', , Ttie Venetian sold their most treasured relics for mere oags before they lefl their city to the mercy of the Germans. i tne resident wants us ID'jrsriay oi next weeit is j uaniispivinp. nuke it a dav of fasting and prayer in place of a day of feasting and iraieties. We wonder how many will fast and pra ? i SO weeks vices. Tho plan could be nitried out very easily by havinsr the younij pe(pl"s iiieeiinij- eilher before or after the. regular preachinsT service and have tho preaching aervicc at the r hour, live o'clock, which U really the pretties! lima of the Sabbath day. If each cfaarcb MVe ,, . one bucket of coal a, Sunday, and wo onlf ., L. auow :mi ui' j winier ir w ii .ihko mure tnun one liucKot . ola comi .to Keep tho lire, - there will be four or five bucket- - saved in one month and the live church, in lading the colored churches, would save nearly twentv-tivbucket month and soon. This may appeal to be a very simple matfer to some but it is these BOMll Batter that count because in time they prow to be very biir matters. And the conservation of coal is vastly important during wrr times. This not Ofllf applies to the churches alone, but to the business houses and homes as well. It is hoped that this .supiresiion will in time be acted upon and the local ministers with the aid of their parishioners do what is a patriotic duty in the plan of conserving coal. V'e-pee ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS TO BRING IN 1 CENT, 2 CENTS, 5 CENTS OR 10 CENTS, AND JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB. EACH WEEK FOLLOWING YOU INCREASE YOUR DE. POS.IT THE SAME AMOUNT YOU STATTED WITH. FOR INSTANCE, IF YOU JOIN THE 6 CENT CLUB, SECOND WEEK YOU DEPOSIT 10 CENTS, THIRD WEEK 15 CENTS, AND INCREASE YOUR DEPOSIT A NICKLE A WEEK. IN 50 WEEKS: CLUB CLUB CLUB CLUB PAYS PAYS PAYS PAYS ran r - ( I I tt rt I to r W i I $127.60 63.76 26.50 12.75 ReflMtnber your s.ildier boy with a subscription to the Brecken-ridirNews for a C'iiristmas present it will pive him more news from home In a week than you could w rite in a month. vision so we could be It is a pity all of us haven't a able to look beyond our own four walls and see how much there is in this world for us to do. d e OR YOU CAN MAKE THE LARGEST PAYMENT FIRST AND DECREASE YOUR PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. WE ALSO HAVE 60 CENT, $1 .00 AND $5.00 CLUBS WHERE YOU PAY THE SAME AMOUNT EACH WEEK. COME IN AND ASK ABOUT IT. THE BANK Of HARDINSBURG S TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. We Offer You A sugar famine won't be so bad your tea and cotlee straight. you know it is stylish to drink Total Assets Over $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods ' YOU WILL NOTICE," No more Imposing mem Bge has been delivered by President than hi reference to the war mission of his one time peace Cot K. If, House: ''You will notice I sent a frienlof mine. ('ol. Hou-e- , to Europe, who is as great lover of peace as there is iii tne worm, nut I nulti I send tutu on a peace mis-ioI sent birn on a mission to lind out how n. I 5f.Siesa5SS A KM AND SIUUK. II L Bruner, of Union Star, was de. livering wheat to the Stephensport m il Sdurday at $2. 10 per bushel. GIVE YOUR WIFE A CHECK BOOK account A CHECK woman knewa business education for a woman. ago a business methods. Today little is of A the war nan bo won.'' 000 President Wilson was addressing the country in general and organised htbor in particular. The only way to peace is through and victory depead upon the faithfulness of those who watch and work at home. No ah American fully oomprehend the transformation necessarv 000 ooo in national war discipline. If they did there woaM ha ao ndatrial Rev J Ihiggitis rented a farm last W. J. Schopp Was a busy man last obs acli no strikes, no sullen withholding of full support to our fall and has mde enough money out of Saturday. Iu fact, he is a busy man arniie-- in the field. his part of ihe crop to buy hi;n a fniall every day in the week. He buys to farm in Codyville, near Hardinsburg, bacco, stock, hay, corn, anything the "To lind out how the war can be wen" signifies a search for the fanner has to sell, and pays good Winning stra'e rv. Hut that strategy must be applied by the millions where he will move, install a grist mill prices. Last week he received between and run his farm. of workers and producers at homo. 70.OOO and 100.000 pounds of tobacco at ooo prices ranging from $13 to ; and $26 It is no longer possible to mistake the purpose of the L'nited J. V. Hendrick has a fine crop of Stite-- . And we are near the day when there will be but two classes pounds of Hurley for which he per hundred. Mr. Schopp has a fine turned down an offer of $25 per huq- - house for handling 8nj receiving to- among us; the loyal and the dialoyal. New York Sun. bacco, The fa. appreciate ric-lor, 16,-00- lJick Robertson, a tenant on Fred Dutaahha'a larm, delivered to W. J. T. u. Callahan, w4o Bought the Schopp, Stephensport, Saturday two larm Dear Hardiostmrg, small loads of Hurley that brougbt him about a year ago, says; he is well pkaseU 444- with his purchaaa and his crop this Gabe Pierce, of Holt, sold his crop of ear. II.- - has 0,000 pounds ol red tobacco, 20 acres of corn, 10 head hogs 30,000 pounds of dark tobacco to W. J and pleDty of supplies to ruu him Schopp at $13 round. He aUo sold a through tiie winter. Mr. Callabas is a car load of corn to Roberts & Thorns-berrLewispoit, at $1 (. o. b. Holt. good fat tear and cftleas. 000 few yean a-- there ara thousands who do their own banking. Has your wife a bauk account? If she hasn't, give her one today. The wives of successful business men know how to make a deposit. They know how to draw a check. Women e We strive to please bi turning a part of the business life of the country. t he ladies. FIRST STATE BANK W J. PIGGOTT, J M. HERNUON, : Irvington, Ky. President Vice President C PAYNIv, Cashier D, LYDIIAN, Ass't Cashier 0 Insure With a Home Company policy with me meets every requirement for absolutely reliable fire insurance Its value is based on FACT5 not promises It is a stock company and you have no liability beyond the premium paid. A "OVER THK TOP. " And Breckinridge county went "over the top." To say tbat are glad, i expressing it mildly. We believe this wai an unusual 000 campaign in the sense that we heard more than one say thut they John Heeler refused $16,000 cas:i for wanted to give before they were asked. And then the ruujority must his farm, QUO have given as nearly all ot the fund in Cloverport wus made up of W. J. Blair sold his crop of 7,000 dollar subscriptions, and it may have been made up all over the counpounds of one sucker tobacco for 16 ty likewise. The County Chairman, Mr. W. J. Piggott, and his able round. leaders, deserve credit for their services. However, it should not 000 have been a hard task, because we can't imagine why any one would Hubert Dejaicctte turned down an refuse to give to the Y M. C. A. work, especially after reading the offer of $25 for j.OCO pounds of Burley letters from the soldier boys who appeal for it unless they are Ger- and i6 tor 5 .00(1 pounds o red tobacco. 000 man sympathizers. J.J. Haynes, of Clif ton Mills, dellv iriers what He has 40 acici of corn th t w:lP he is doing in giving them a good mar 4(1 bushels to the acre. ket, good prices for their products, nd .noing sold hij, farm of 130 tiiey return home all smiles with their Dave we pockets full of money. acres to Charley Davis for 8,000. dre J. average ooo of new Hurley were sold on the Louisville market last week at prices ranging from $19 75 to so hugs-head- Eighteen 000 000 for growers of Hurley tobacco, when snipping their crops, is to save all the fine, colory and classy ieayes for cigarette ute, and put them on the loose leaf sales. Tney will bring from $40 to $75 per hundred pounds. A good idea Insure with W. C. MOORMAN, Hardinsburg, Ky. A'lie Squires sold his crop of Prior to by farmers stock dealers, tobacco buyers, bankers and lawyer. A sale like John O'Reilly & Sons at $20 round. this always attracts people whether Heard Bros, bought the following they want to buy or uot. They get a crops of tobacco at Mcllaniels: Willie HM on what it going on In the neighCannon, 20,000 red at $16; Guy Hart borhood, meet their friend and neigh-o- n 15,000 at $15. Their whole purehase in and enjoy the day. D. W. Henry was the auctioneer and the Forks of Rough u over 200,000 Joe Trent was the clerk. TheTarm pounds. was the first item offered. It brought 5.0(H) and R. M. Henning was the buyV. R. Moormin & Son sold their crop of d trk tobacco to Kobert Moor er. Farm implements brought fairly goad prices. Jim Flood bought man at $15 practically new farm waggon for 73. Ed O'Reilly, a hustling young farm Judge Henry Di Haven Moorman er residing it Cloverport, had the bought a young stallion for $130 a mislortune 0 havn,g thieves to pay youag jnnett for Ht and one V year him a visit oue Light last week. They old for $4o. stole u h im. shouii'.cr aud sde of meat A flue young Jack went to Jets Millanil all the canned good be h ,d stored er for $50, Cage Arms horse for110, away for the winter. The same night and Taylor Tate 3 months old Jennett thieves entered nearly every house in for $15 50. Thr corn brought $1 10 Tohiospott aud earned away numerous per bushel, bay $14 and $ij par ton. articles, Mr. Allen will move back to hia old home in tbe Blue Grata. H. M, Tate, of Vantant, sold his crop ol drk tobacco 10 B.Mr Bros, for Brandenburg Physican Dead. $i2.5o round. Mr. Tate is a prosperous He is farmer of that neighborhood. Dr. John Richard Dink aged forty-nin- e now 3 reader of the B:eckeiu i.lge News years died Saturday evening Nov. and war.ts to keep up with progressive 17 at the St. Joseph's lofirmary Louis-vlllideas in his work. The remains were taacu to Brandtnburg and the funeral was held J. B. Allen's Farm Sale theie Monday afternoon at :wu clock. Brings Good Prices. Dr. Diok wa the most prominent physici. n in Brandenburg. He it surJ. B, AT n's lalt near Hudinsburg vived 1V hit wife, Mrs. Kmiua Hart- l. st lav ii ,tH atteodad "nali P Is Weaith aWAa Economy and banking go The bank it the goal of tho man who economize: jfvCNf M2s. utLfk Mk T1 ji opendthrift nation. Thu country it waking up to the value of economy. It throw back tho chargo that it U a - fiKal? Wp on- - j y3B Yu cannot economize you oanm yur surplus. aV0 J jm Ky. 'M m aoout our banking. - The Farmers Bank. Hardinsburg, ered a wagon load of MO pounds Hurley The Burley crop this year is short at Gat held last week that brought him and the indications are that it will go to $iJ5.50. Mr. HayDes drove hum: with $30 or more for the best colory classy smiles all ovtr hi.s face, TWa was only grades. a part ot his crop. It is reported that one of the largest Bern Severs is proud of his farm out manufacturing concerns In Louisville on the pike. He has holed up for win- bought a million pounds of old Burley ter 2s bushels of Irish potatoes and 200 last week at $30, making a clean sweep head of cabbage, betides other garden of all on the market, Hern is a very enthusiast.c truck. young farmer. John Pate has sold his farm, which Is near Cloverport, to Alfred Uellaven, of 00 o Hugh McGvock and Mrs. McUav-oc- Aikios. were here last week viMtiDg his Vic Robertson bought of Helix Heady, parents, Mr. and M.s Tbos McGavock, and sister, Mrs. J. K. Handy and Mr of Owensboro, one fin- - coming 4 tear-olmare mule for $265. Prom Simon It oid-Hugh raised a croD of tobacco at Webster and sold It for $1,000. H Smart, Cloverport. one good mule for will laave soon for Sheridan, Ark , $210 He sold to Pearce & Ellis, Shel-ville, one load of mules from $140 to where he will buy land aud locate. $2.'i per head. He sold to A. N. Sklll- Lura Smith & Sins, of Sample, sold m n & Son one pair of mules for $150; to their crop of 0,(00. pounds ol dark aod Tom Groves, Tobinsport, Ind., opa for $425. 5,000 pounds of Hu'ley tobacco at Jl. for daik and $20 for Hurley. W. I'. Komine aod Mrs. Romine. who Allen Lewis, of Stephensport, sold sold their farm near Garfield, have his crop of 10,0ti0 pounds of Hurley at bought the Shellman property in and were trovina In Monday-MrPete Flood sold 8.000 pounds of Best, manager of the Trust De Hurley at $25, and has 20,000 pounds of partraent of the H.tnk 01 Hardinsburg & one sucker for sale. Trust Co., maue the sale Price $2 000 J. H Gibson & Son report their crop Heard Bros, were busy Moni.ay re of j0 acres of corn at 1,600 bushel; H.000 pounds yellow Prior, and 10 acres calving and payiug out Ug money to They of wheat that ia mx loehee high. Thry the larm rs for their tobacco. are expecting a yield of 35 to 4O bujhel bad received up to Mond y - i j$ o) pounds. to tba acre t 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 k 000 d . b 000 r 000 000 000 I . a. 000 S Brecken ridge New. WBDNB8DAY, Nov. 21, 1917 K nttrpil lit thn Poiitonili'PiitCloYerport. as second mutter. HIS UAPFR ' REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO HRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CIT'F! TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICr9 Por Precinct nn city Offices f a. BP For County Offic; $5.00 $ 15.00 For Stste .nl District Offices 10 For Calls, per line in For Cnrrts, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression Id of individual views per line Train Schedule on son, O. W. Mooiman, Jr and Mis. Moorman. Mrs. W. K. I) rst and Fon, Chnrles and II irrv O rst, are in Owensboro visiiing Mrs. Tom l.swit ami MtM Klo! i r.ee Lewis. t'has. JucIm !., wlio sevrrd his inn flections will) the L., II. At St. L l l lus none to Piiictt'ii a nil i. winking for he I. C. R. R Mr, Curl Dowurd snd mn, 1'. ul, Wtre hire Sut.dnv Hie guests of Mrs DowBartf'i tialtr, Mrs. Boa HWgewaj ami Mr. RMgtW :i Mr. nnd Mis. Htffcfft RMrtt, M II diii.sbuig, motoitd here Sur.cl.4y nutl wire gatsta I Mis Ik Bffj'a ktataf, Mrs. Portal Ltgblfool m.ci Dr, Mghtfoot. Mr. nnd Mr.--. John L:iw."U WU0 in s in LonhIHo Saturday to ste tln-iwho is at Camp Z ichary Talor. Thev v.im is la I fee U S hive another N.ivy. The Ladies' Reading Club will meet this week with Mrs. W. H. I iwmer in place of Mrs. A R. Fisher, OWlBg to the illness of Mr. "Fisher who is-- im , . I . i All Kinds of Good Things For Your Thanksgiving Dinner ! 1 vmrnmm mmm mmMmWWW I a Chicken, (Jclery, Olives, Cranberries, Plum nnd Ficr Puddinj?, &i 1 jjmmSm'-iiiw- r mm fmrnr 1 C. II. MUM In I.culle's wnr-pictu- m war-pictur- The most the beit first, in Leslies IlliMttaUJ Mince Meat, Oranges. Bananas, Apples, Candy and Cigars. j tewpaper At th 7en rmtitt neWBltantfa mvrryw err Grapes, M m The L, H. & St. L. R'y. proving. Mrs. Frnun White and children, Henry Richard While and Frances White, left Mocdny for Danville, III., to visit Mr. White, who has atcepttd a position in Of Announcement. For Appellate Judge. We are authorized to announce li e name of J. W. Henson as a candidate for the Di niocratic nomination for Appellate Judge from the Second District, in the primary, A iiv.ist, 1III8. -r Effective June 17, 1917. IrM I0:ii A Mrs. lohn I). Btbbage and daughter, Mi. I Mildred Babbuge, will be in Louisville Wednesday and Thursday the guests of Mrs, 1). W. Fairleigh ai.d Miss A. (i. bitto. WEST BOUND 10 57 A. M. Mrs. Clovious Bowlds nnd daughter, No. 141 will leave Clnverport 12 :0! P. M. Arrlvlna Owensboro lx:S P. M. Miss Thelma Bowlds, of Louisville, ar Arriving Henderson 4:23 P. M. Arriving Kvansvlllc guests T.40 P. M. rived Saturday eveniui; to be the Arriving St. Ixmta parents, Mr. and Mrs 7:4!i P. M. of Mrs. Bowlds' No. 143 will leuve Cloverport Sirs P. M. Arriving Hawesvllle 0:00 P. M. Sam Berry, until alter the Christmas ArrlvlngOwtnsboro P. M. holidays. No. 145 will leave Cloverport 1:00 A.M. Arriving Owensboro When you get ready for that roofing 1:50A.M. Arriving Henderson 2:17 A.M. Arriving Kvansvlllc to Fordsville Planing 7:40 A. M. send your order Louis Arriving St. 8:30 A. M. Mill Company, who carry a large .stock 147 will leave Cloverport No. 7:4 A. M. ArrlvlngOwensboro reliable composition rubber 9:00 A. M. of good, Arriving Henderson roofing. They will gladly furuish samples upon request. Mrs. Mattie Barger, of Frvmire, went to Louisville Thursday wilh several Ill milium uiiiimtliiiiiiimiiHiiMiiiimiimmmimlHl bundles of sewing she had done for the 1 Of a Personal and Business J soldiers. Mrs. Barger handed us $1 5O for the Breckenridge News and gave us 1 Nature .Gathered for Our Busy a piece of her mmu tor stopping ner I Readers. 12:1S P. M. 4 :5 P. M. 5 50 P. M. 7:40 P.M. 5:0S A M, S:M A. M. 7:20 A.M. Arriving IrrtBctri Arrives No. 144 will Icrvp Cloverport Arriving IrWriRton Arrlvlne Umlsvllle No. 146 will leaveClover ort Arriving Irvlnnton Arriving f.oiilsvllli' KAST BOUND No. 14! will lenve Cloverport M. a.m. that city. Cloverport Public School for Month of October. I r mm Senior Aubrey lieavin, John Jaee Lrgktfoot, Zivola Kramer, iv.ike, Maydee .&.-stv-- Chapin, Martha Rcid. Junior Cli'.ora MtM Seaton, I.ouise WeMherholt. Sophomore Lillian Iluckby, Gladys Hemphill, Marian Alien, Alice Coach, Kva Wroe, lUsie M iy, Curtis Weather-hol- t J. 111 C. NOLTE & BRO.tj! CLOVERPORT. KY. jt5?lsr kiar-1 -- ! RATE ' Classified advertisements! Ic Per Word Ench Insertion sa.SiJCSS ZSESi SiA- -i - Tfc--i-'&- L ) Ilv.i Jolly, Kathleen Sipiires Notk Advertisers please notify the editor l'reshmen Eleanor Reid, William Reid, Cecil Hall, .vlien von want :uiverlisetiii'tt (liseontlnued Selnia Sii pel, Margaret Sutton. WANTED B rry, Kl lis Carson, C.r de 8 W A NTKH- - A farm hand to work f. r linn Mary Keil, Klsie McKaughn, Vera Moor of twelve inenihs or more; married. Thos. i ATTENTION LOCAL ITEMS. m ill O, IiomokIiijiv ., rdi Ky., It, No I. lied The following young people bttendid Miss Lizzie Blake was in Cannelton the Teacher.! Institute which met in Monday. Rome, Ind.,last Saturday. Misses Kila Mrs. 0 R. McCoy entertains the Leaf, Verda Polk and Mable Pol', Mrs. Wednesday Club this week. Walter Weathtrholt andRuthtr Weath- Clovererholt, of Tobinsport, and Miss Mi rile Wm. Knight, who lives near Casper, of Cannelton. "The tsacntrs port, was in town Saturday. were chaperoned by Mr. White Sander; . Mr. Meyers, of St. Louis, was the Claudia Pate Sunday. guest of Miss Mrs. A. G. Wright, of Reynolds, was in Cloverport Tuesday on business. LOCAL CHURCH NEWS Miss Lenora MtGavock will be hostess to the Friday Club on Saturday after noon. Thanksgiving Service. Mrs. Gertrude Fath, of Louisville, is A union service of the Methodist, Bap visiiing Mrs. W. A. Cockeriel and Mr tist and Presbyteri.n chnrches, will be Cockeiiel. held in the Methodist church, Thanks Rev Couch Miss Fonie Haidiu and her niece. giving day at 9:45 a Miss Lucile Hardin, of Holt, spent Sat will deliver the sermon and special mu sic will bi rendered by all the choirs urday here. Rev. A. N Couch has returned from Mr. ana Mrs. D B. Phelps motor d to Owensboro Mocday and spent the Paducah, where he attended the Oeneral Association of Kentucky Baptists day shopping. 4O0 and 500 visitors were present Mrs. Ella Jordan is at Wolf Creek, Ky., to be with her mother, Mrs. Ball, at the meeting. The Association decided to raise $ti5,o0o in this State for miswho is seriously ill. Odeudahl, of Axtel, returned sions during I9I8 $60,003 74 was raised Rev. J. foreign missions; $:io,78J.56 Saturday from a visit to Rev. Father in I9I7 for for home missions and $71,78691 for Meyering, at Stanley. State missions. Lonnie Keith, of Elizabethtown, Administrator's Notice. Rev. Couch was appointed as a mem Wednesday with his uncle, J. P. spent ber of the ministers aid committee. K:ith and Mrs. Keith. All persons having claims against the y An all day prayer meeting service was estate of 1' rcy' Jolly, deceased, are here Private Victor Starks, of Camp Zach-arTaylor, spent Sunday with his par held at the Methodist church, Wednes- by notified to present them, properly day, in observance of the annual week of proven as required by law, on or before ents, Mr. and Mrs Starks. Soon of Mr. and Mrs. praerof the Woman's Missionary Jan. 1st, I9IS. The little ill wilh ciety. The meeting was in charge of V. G. Jolly, Admr. David Swearns, who has been the president. Mrs. F M Smith. A I'ercv Jolly, deceased. pneumonia fever, is convalescent. special collection fur the missionaries in Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heston, of China, was taken and amounted to $12. were here Sunday to see Mr. 65 Sudden Death Of Mrs. Holder. Hestou's sister, Mrs. H. A. Oelxe. regular Rev. R. E Reeves filled his Word was received here late Satur Frank Warfield, of Louisville, was appointment at the Lucile Memorial iday night of the death of Mrs. Oscar Mrs. Frank the guest of his sisters, church, Sunday morning and eveuiug Holder of Louisville, caused fioin an Fraize and Miss Jane Warfield, Sunday. The Presbyterian prayer meeting night 'acute Indeoestion. On Saturday the Mrs. Kdwin Bell, of Memphis, arrived has been changed from Tuesday night to day of ner death, M s. Holder had been Wednesday and will make, a several A. R. Friday night, followed by choir practice in town several tunes ami when she Jfej's visit with Mr. and Mrs. under the direction of Miss Kva May returned to her home in the vening Fisher. and Miss Eliza May. she was apparently in the belt health. Mi.-- s Margaret Sklllman Is in LouisAfter sjpper while sitting in a chair On Friday evening, Nov. 3O, the weeks visit with her ville for a several League will give a Book social and talking to Mr. Holder she became brother, James R. Skillman and Mrs. Each member is invited (to come and suddenly ill and died within the Skillman. bring a book from their own library, one minutes. The remains weie taken 10 Terre Mrs. C. W. Moorman has returned that is good and worth while reading as from Versailles after a visit with her thev are to be forwarded to the lilwary Haute, hoi, Mis. Holdei's former home and the funeral service was at Camp Zachary Baylor. y. held there Mr. Andrew Ashby will speak at the Mrs Tom llolik r of this city was in est of the Y M C A. social, in the intei Louisville Sunday to b; with her od, THE "QUAKER and Miss Miss Mildred Babbage will tell Mr. Holder the Red Cross societies are doing what Refresh-meut- s in helping to win the war. Operating a Chain of Grocery Throws Away Mangled Arm. will be served. Stores in Louisville, are open Martina Ferry, O. His arm almost to buy: There will be services at the Baptist severed by a train, H. Armstrong of Pa., remarked that it was of no church Sunday mor ing and evening ' Butler, to hlin, and, tearing loose the Bllv-c- r Potatoes, Eggs, Navy Beans, Iu the absence of the pastor, who ex useof flesh that was holding It, threw pects to be in Hardinsburg, the pulpit Onions, Sorghum and other will be occupied by the Rev Stanley, of the arm iiito the weeds beside the Cleveland and Pittsburgh railroad Farm Products. Market Prices the Baptist Theo'ogical Seminary, of trucks at Bridgeport the other day. Louisville. Rev. Stanley preached here The accident occurred in Klrkwood. paid, no commission deducted. two weeks go and he made a very fav- Armstrong was struck by a train and orable imp ession upon the members of when found by pedestrians- wm covWrite, call or phone ered with blood. He was taken to the the congregation. Martins Kerry hospital. vices of the Kpworth llianksgiviug sei eveHonor Paid Squire Heron. League will be conducted Sundav uiug at 6:30 o'clock by Mrs. W L. BaIt West Market hqtui ' c. u oou, QiaaaaJ Mai Kentucky ker. All young people are cordi J inLouisville, gtrott' f'ulvcrl M.".u.;i3i.urlng Co,, vited to attend g, --' 111 e Tu-sda- wmiuimil HHtmaaiiimiiiiuiM """" "' paper. Crade f W. J Couch, Christine Keil, Sarah Pa MM, James Buckbe, Nannie Hall, Eula Ncwby, Elizabeth Furrow, Jane We.itlierholt. C.radeH-Robert Oelze, Mary White head, Samuel R Conrad, I.atlirope Reid M. 1). Seaton, Ruth Greene, Marion Furrow, Mai el Whitehead, Margaret Tabe-linO'ctha Tiiheliiig. Paul K. Berry, Amiel Johnson. Grade 5 Nell I.otii e Bailes, Virginia McCoy, Gladys BotVcr, Carrie Jackson, Albert Jane Sawyer, Lucile Kinder, Cockerill Gra e 4 Forrest Jackson, Anna E. Keilli. Maiiau Bob CO, Adelc- Keil, Raymond Mi'burn, Lillian Pauley, LtaaM Whor ey. Itary Biahoff, Joe Sanders, Mi die l Mo rtson, Charlie I.re Hainin.ui, i Kaiberine Phelpe. A rtelia Bowie David Conrad, aviuc Sawyer. Grade 3 David Behen, Kaiberine SuForrest Weatherholt, ter. Rnth Vera WoedttMn, l'rances Martin, Jessie Moorman, Virginia Downs, Irene Car-- . man. Grade 2 -- Helen Suter, Bessie Keil, Ad-- ' die Bell Couch, Orville Furrow, Eleanor Martin, Allene Bailee, Dempster Dunn, Eleanor tirade 1 Krnuccs White, F'arnswo. th, Eva Margaret Black aVMtV beth May, Eva May, Fred F'urrow, Mary Adams, N'irgil Kinder, Marion Milburn, George Pate, Rachael Basham, William Gobson. j WAlfTBIt To huy atour-posleply at 1 ae News Obno, r Ap- WANTED MISCELLEANOUS money by -- TOO 10 make extra riKim or your vi emit liv rii'Hiliix a Want Ad. In TIIK 11 KK OKKMBIOOI NKWS. FARMERS! S rentuix th .t spur' hiMMM WAN PKO Do you want to grow you a good team; we have the mules i 1 p Sj FOM 5ALE i milkers. FOB on sM.KA - Two OWi-i- i (I eUolstelB eows) anrtl Kv. Mnjsey. t LI One rctrisiered Boart twn years old. Wilbur rport Ky. SOB SXI.K Ore two brake. Sood eoi dlt Ion IrelmcSno, Ky. Unroe .lers, y flhaOlO, Clo-v- , horsH w.iirou with It. B. Mcutotalaa, Pe I ; FOR SALE 20 weanling mules 20 yearling mules 20 mules two-year-o- ld n 1 ( Kolt SALE - A lot of ttood Milk Cos.-1 ury, Ky. ird liro-- .. Dr. J. C 0VER8Y DENTIST Located permanently in Hardinsb;-rg- , occupying office recently vacated Dr. Walk.r. by I We also have some nice young I cattle for sale m I I I Ik , Come and see us RESPECTFULLY m I II M M I BEARD BROTHERS Hardinsburg, Ky. You are judged by your house lh anil the -- by of lis riVeoratlonB ntn.--.-uppntntments. of It you tire (."in to build or re ini'dAi in the Kprlne. ilon't take lie final without roimuitlnf the 15 nri'hltet la. 9 tore aiul 2 expi-rton houae llttlnxn wh fllve advice lu the November Uaue ol ',,..'- Rubber Roofing For Every Need Roofing Thai Lasts Longer Roofing That Looks Better Roofing That Costs Less We have a large stock of good, durable composition rubber roofing. Note the brands we have in stock. Prompt shipments and best values for the money, vou are certain of. If ly 2 Pi, $1.18 "EMERGENCY'' Roofing, per square "FORDSVILLE SPECIAL" Roofing per square ''OHIO COUNTY" Roorin, per square "RAIN K0TE" R.x.hnt;, per square 55 lbs. 45 lbs.; ply 35 I ls. Weiehts: $1.4 House & Garden Houae Planning Number What to enpert of the architect; the eenerettvs xi'uc of tha new haticluc fubrica 16 Spec al Articles K'vlns orlalnal im valuabje Ideaa that will make your houae good to live In. Special Offer 5 Issues for 91 (Sis, if you respond promptly) Fcnil no money now tin'cs you wlah to Juat mail luu coupuu today. 1 W. 44th Street, N. Y. O. ma five numbers of Houaa A Harden, beflnnlns with the November ieeue. It Is underatuod that If this order reaches you promptly, you will aend an uddltlonul nun. ber. maklns six In all. I enclose $1 hi :, with (OH I I will remit tl on receipt of bill. 11.60 Canadian i Natna ilMeaaa wrlta vary plainly) Address City Btata Houae St Garden Pend $1.6S 2.26 2.48 2.51 !.8 i.68 1.88 2.05 2.14 1 -- P.P.L.-11-1- . ly ly 7 MAID" "DUPLEX" Weight: t 'of Louisville has been appointed to Kentucky at The National Cul- vert Manufacturers Association which neets at the Congress Hotel Chicago Uecember S. This is a high honor paid to one of Breckinridge county cittz-nwho is tusking good in this line of work. Mr Heron leaves next i i Roortni;. pei square 75 lbs. 65 ll.s., ly ly SLATE SURFACED ROOFING per square $2.76, WBt 82-8- 5 lbs. j Nails and cement are included in each roll of our roofing. These prices are delivered at your railroad station, if ordered in lots of three rolls or more. Samples will be gladly furnished. you to place your order with us. It will pay week for Chicago. Should File Statement. All candidates whether elected or defea'cd are required by law to file a stater, nt with the County Clerk of their I'll MtM for the general election u.s wal. M lot the primary. The Quaker Maid, Inc. FORDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, PLAINING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. tt Manager a Kentucky News Cullings An epitome of moat important event transpiring in state Llna:ton Major K. S. Unburn, of Mlddloshoro, exlrnilve coal operator, said coal prndurtion in la rapidly and that ampin up- pllns of fuel will br- provided for the poople of thli state. - BRITISH IN LEAD AS AIR FIGHTERS Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County MM - I election frauds Commissioner's race. in French Service Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THE HOWARD FARMS )" M. I. I Pays Tribute to Fliers From BjMMI wag between 400 and f.OO. Glen Can, Ky. HOWARD ft SON. Pros. Man.- important subjects wero considered. England. ean. yPolled Durham Cattle. Poland " Shorthorn Cattle Lexington. Circuit Judge Charles Allensvllle. The Hed Cross Chapter, China Hogs. Short Horn Duroc Hogs Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Kerr, In a strong charge to the grand Allensvlllc, shipped for November 15, Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Jury, urged a thorough investigation the following: Sixty-siHampshire Sheep pnlrs of sox, REGARD WORK SERIOUSLY cme Duroc Jersey HoflS of alleged In III: Paducah The seventy ninth annual assembly of the General Association of Kentucky Ilnptlst convened at the AmC'ican rirsr naptist t nurcn. TDG attendance the City twenty-fou- sweaters, well-fille- twenty-tw- muf- Whltesburg. WIKiam Spang'er, 17 years old, a teamster, of Thornton, was severely hurt when a loaded wacon Ashland. Cnmr Warden Howling Is passed over his body. He Is thought lying at the point of do-l- lt at the to be internally Injured. King's HauRhteri Hospital here, suffering from a bullet wound. Night I. lent. Versailles Tho five Protestant Cliff Hice wps arrested at Catlettsburg churches of Versailles, in order to an hour after the shooting and is confuel, joined in union services on fined In the Ashland Jail pending his Sunday nights during the winter. The examining trial. flret union service was held last Sunday night In the Baptist church. Paducah. Campbellsvllle, Ky., was chosen for the 1918 meeting of the Gen. Hopklnsville State Superintendent eral Association of Kentucky Hapllsts, V. O. Gilbert addressed the Rural Life and It decided to raise HMH In KenConference at Pembroke, Ky., conduct- tucky for foreign missions during the ed by C. L. Tiniberlake, a negro educa- approaching year. In the tor of this place. Several hundred ne- Southern States will Baptists raise $600,000 the gro farmers attended the conference coming year. eon-serv- flers, three pairs wristlets, four dozen pajamas, three and one half pairs bed sox and four comfort hags. Have won 1000 Kibbnns nt State Fairs Past Five Years Dealer In Leal Tobacco Germans Ahead ons Are Best Is to Bring Required as Ruilders, but BritFliers One Object Back Information by the Staff. jlen I Jean, i I -- v - rr Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm Thos- W. O'Donoghue Po- J Off 4 sons rtniHri 1 Dea'er in and Iliceder of Poned Durham and shorthorn Cattle. Beard BrOS. Ky. m and were tion. given wholesome Instruc- Louisville. -- Some Ideas of what the price of coal In Louisville and the rest of the state will be this winter will be known within a few days, according to Wiley B. Bryan. Federal Fuel Administrator for Kentucky, who at present is engage-- ; in orcanizing each county f the state, A to'egram received by Hunter, cashier of the hank of J. Amsden & Co. here, stated his nephew, Kdward Cuthbert Piatt, Jr., was killed in battle in France. Piatt was a Lieutenant In a Canadian regiment and had been in France three months. He was 37 years old. Versailles. A. C. Paris Chief of Police Link and Patrolman Mynes placed under arrest at a Paris boarding house a young mm giving the name of Ormes on suspicion that he is the man who shot and killed a Cincinnati policeman last week. A revolver was found on him. He was taken to Cincinnati for examination. Owensboro. Three coal mines in Daviess county have been forced to close as a result of a strike of the miners, which was called recently. The two Rudy mines and the Bon Harbor have closed. The Creators of these mines have declined to sifen a contract with the miners recognizing the union. ft" Carlisle. Nicholas county has anew clerk of tho circuit court, Martin 22 years old. He was elected recently and succeeded I. C. Taylor, who was appointed last March when Circuit Clerk Solomon Robertson died. Mr. McCann will fill out the unexpired term which does not expire until January, 1922. lie-Can- .4 . Jrof Lexington. Claiming that they had "just grown tired of camp life and walked away intending to return In a ffa'ys,"' Will Sallee, 23 years old, Ludlow, and Alton Paris, 23, of Hart ford, Ky., members of M Company. Second Kentucky, were arrested here and charged with having deserted from Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg. Louisville. The World's Purity Con B. S Kress elected these officers: Steadwell, La Cross, WIb., president ; Rev. T. Albert Moore, To ronto, Canada, first vice president; Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett Alexandria, Va.. second vice president; Laurence E. Brownell, Winnipeg, Man Telegrams received here from Atlanta advise that McCala Fitz gerald, of this city, died suddenly oi apoplexy In the Federal prison there He was formi rly cashier of the First National Bank of this city, and was sentenced to five years on charge ol misapplication of the, bank's funds in connection with its failure. London. London. "There's only one nlr service in this wur ami it's the British. If that sounds like u bit of British IWUk, why, it merely Isn't. It's the precise statement of the case which was mude the other duy by an American uiriniiu who has been (luring most of the war attached to list French air service. He knows all about the air business, has taught other men to lly und to IgM anil has himself n highly creditable record of bringing down II planes. He knows nil the stars of the Trench service and many of the llnti.-liWinchester. An open air service, lie paid Mgh tribute to the German preliminary to the big drive which flyi&gj machines, OOSef VlDSJ repeatedly started here to ralae $4,000 as ("ark that the procession of German Imcounty's allotment for Y. M. C. A. provements in planes and engines work, was held In front of the courtmoves so Swiftly that the utiles ure house. Two songs, "Share Our Bless- all compelled to hustle constantly to ings" and "God Save Our MtB," were km fmm kataa ...n.lkio, ,1 vi,,.,,. . ... .................... iivir Bung by a quartet. ever the French mid Itritish enich n i r Willi German construction the Germans Berea. Social workers from over produce something new and still betthe country in attendance upon the ter. annual Kentucky State Conference of Work With Land Forces. Charities and Corrections, in session Equally Important, he declares, the here, manifested much interest in vaBritish have much the most accurute. ried and numerous social and economical problems presented to the confer notion of what the flying service is; ubont. They It with their ence for its consideration. military operations most effectively. Shelbyville. The organization of an They have lesn fear of the dnily report Associated Charities for Shelbyville of comparative losses on both sldeM. was perfected at a union meeting held They use the aircraft for certain speat the Baptist church. A constitution cific purposes, when the bit of (hat is wanted is accounted of and were adopted and a board more value than the chance of losing of five men and five women were elected. The hoaul of manager met and some machine s, why the British service goes after the iiiCormution. elected an executive secretary. At the end of the day it may be ssary to i inke'a report admitting Maysville. The report has just been B received at the local headquarters of that more British than German mathe Food Conservation Administrator chines were lost; hut what of that? The needed observation was taken, or l that he is of the opinion, based on ial figures, that Mason county the highly Important photograph was signed a larger number of pledge .ecurcd. cards In proportion to its population "The British operate their service than any other county in the l'nited not with a VMW to suving their machines, not with a notion of avoiding States. dangers as nil ch as possible; especialLexington. Under plans being work- ly not frith tin idea that to lose more ed out by John R. Humphreys, head of machines than the enemy loses Is u lw wliii of inferiority, u sign of dethe Department of Markets, College Of Agriculture, University of Kentucky, feat.. it Is intended to establish in Lexington "The British aviators lire uot spoiled a plant for the wholesale distribution srlth laudation und heroics. They restores through the gard themselves very much as so ti state of such products as are needed by many Tommies In the trenches do. farmers. Their business is to go up when they are told and get what they ure Beut Hopklnsvllle. The tangle over the for; Just as Tommy's business is to election of a police judge for the city hang on till hades freezes when he's of Hopkinsville was amicably adjusted attucked, and to go over and never stop when M. W. Criss, tho fourth election when he's ordered to attack. Neither officer at Precinct No. 1, came Into one of them feels particularly enthucourt and signed the affidavit already siastic about his Job as a means to signed by the other three officers, cor- winning honors or distinction; he recting the entry in the back of the doesn't think n.uch about that purt of It. He utteuds strictly to the Job. ballot book. . riaroinSDJrg, Ky., KOUle Hardinsburg, Dealer. Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle ""d Hardiniburo Roufe , Live Stock and TobaCCO MUT X. MORTON. ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irvinfton. Ky. Owner G. P. MAYSEY, breeder Proprietor op Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder (of Registered Ouroc Jersey Hogs. ilardimburr. Ky armer and Buyer of . Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Route 2. StOCk add TobdCCO DRIRY'S STOCK FARM C. H, DRURY, .() Proprietor Farmer and Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows. Boars and Gilts For Sale Imngton, Kj , rV I rt I IV Do Fapmer 0u, Dior a I IflvC .. d Feedep Ky. This Space For Sale R. F. D. No. 1 ImngtOtl, Monthly and Annual Report Cards for L. C. TAUL Insurance Office infor-iiiatio- n s COUNTRY SCHOOLS a few hundred neat and attractive monthly, and annual report cards, that are designed to meet the requirements of the rural schools of Breckinridge county, and are, according to the teachers who are using them, complete in every way. We are selling these cards to the teachers at lc each, and, as hardly any school will need over 50 or 60 of them the cost is small compared with the time it usually takes to fill out the old style card. Send your orders direct to this office with you remittance. Purchaser to pay postage. Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health The News has just printed Insurance. 1 Old Reliable Companies fc I t r OHM fw Htnry Trent R, w. Trent :p.;l. Davit Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT, KY. NEWS, J Sale Stable Hardinsburg, Ky. I itoba, Canada, secretary. Barbourvllle. The month of Octo ber furnished a new high record foi drilling operations and new production A In Kentucky's petroleum fields. total of 176 wells, with thirty dry holes, and a new dally production ol This ex 2,750 barrels, was shown. ceeds former figures, both In numbei of completed wells and new produc tioh. Morgan, Parts. Grover Cleveland who escaped from the Paris jail by soaping his body and squeezing through, a space eight Inches wide be tween his cell window sill and the bars was captured in Maysvllle and re 'turned' to Paris: Morgan escaped from the Fort Leavenworth, Kan., prison a few years ago by crawling through a aewef. , Louisville. George W. Davy. 61 years old, Cincinnati, died at Nortor Memorial Infirmary of a stroke of apo plexy. suffered at Sonora, Ky., on th previous day. Mr Davy was special loan agent tor the Northwestern Lift Insurance Company. Carlisle - Prof Gray, of Camp Zaoh ary Taylor, addressed a large unioi meeting at the Christian church in th Interest ot the Y. M. C. A. war work 'The occasion marked the beginnlni 'of a campaign in Nicholas county U raise its apportionment of $l,tf0u. ', "It's the spcrtlng Instinct that makes these Britishers such good flying men. Mist Nellie Dooley, Mattoon, 111., is They're the greatest daredevils In the STEPHENSP0RT visiting Miss Myra Rollins. ATTORNEY business; do anything, ami get awuy Mrs. Ahl, Addison was the guest of Get my with things the Boehe wouldn't think Rates for Collecting Notes and of trying. Tuoy don't look on their Allen Barbee, Akron, Ohio, arrived her daughter, Mrs. Owen Maysey ard Mortgages by Suit in the Circuit Conrt. work s a grout series of personal ad- last Monday to visit his father, N. O. Mr Maysey Saturday. venture. but us part of uu organized Llarbee. Cloverport, hentucky Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Jolly, Union mechanism with objects, a good deal Mrs. A. 11. C raw ford was the nue-:- t Star were the week end guests of Mr. bigger and more Important than Ih r daughter, Mrs H S. Uuglish and Mrs. Kiehard McAfee, "Jr. of any one man. ' Franklin. BfmpsOfl county grand Allen Bathca spnt Sunday with his "So the British don't take so much ,nd Mr. Bu1tki)i An mors I. .at wt t k. jury was dismissed by Judge Rhea Interest in the Individual feats of prowbrother, Sgt John llaibte at Camp Mrs. Anna nit cktnan, Bampta w.is Vara a fina report was mad'.1. Thir- ess of favorable liars. Air duelling is 7, chary Taylor. of n latlvaa bete. teen indictments were returned, Ial hidobject of (lying. The objet ba wet k end f ti not the Dr U. E. Shively and Mrs Shively ing murder, malicious striking, maliis to gal tlie information one's set.i Miss Ruth K .msty who is teaching entertaim d the following pui-sto Has Permanently Located In Hardinsburg. cious shooting, drawing weapon, child for und to get bad; with It. Office In Maionic Building formerly occupies .t Raymond t.ptiu S,.tutd.y ard Sun dinner Monday In honor of Dr. Sli vel 'g desertion, SUSUll and battery, breach lavsi y. by Or. H. E. Royalty "As soon ns a flier crosses the line with rc.r p&rtala, Mr. and Mrs. hnthda", Mi. and Mrs G peace, of the procuring liquor, Mr. and Mrs. C A Tuiiiis and Mr. forgery and selling liquor with ut li- he must count on the great danger of Almond Ramsey. find Mrs. U A. Dutschke. being idiot down by these guns us well cense. Mis. A. M Miller, Cli'.vir)ort was us on the chauco of meeting an en emy la the alt and having to light him the guest of htr sister, Mrs. Olevia Little Brother Thrift Stamp. Louisville - Resolutions condemning Dealer In I. ay last week. '-' i -- -the modern dance and appealing to Little Brother Thrift Stamp. Mis. H icy Kemp was in Clovernoit "Christian women in communities adSecond Hand Goods "Of cour.ie all this means losses, aud Feels as proud and fond jacent to all army camps to furnish when they've toted up at the end of Satuiday having uri.Ul woik clone. As his richer kinsman wholesome and helpful entertainment thl duy or week or month this purt of Or. O. E Ferguson, Mrs. Ferguson Business Solicited IKVINGTON, KY (Jreat big Uiother Iiond, to the thousands of soldiers," were Jhe showing may Indicate thut the .ril baby Viigima wert Sunday luesls ' Little Brother Thrift Stamp passed by the International Purity Bochc bus hud all the best of It. of Mr. and Mis. W. L) Hals, Adaison Congress in tenth annual session here. Wints the b.ittl's won; "But If there could be pitched Into Mrs O. W. Dowell and children.' He is worth a quarter, A single standard of morality wa the the scale on the hide of the British Clifford and general theme of speakers. Out Va tea ; rrivio heme ' Gives the Teutons none. service the results gained, the value Saturday a tt r a month's veit to her Little gained about the enof Brother Thrift Stamp Versailles. Four thousand two hun emyInformation pan-utsMr. ADC Mis. Ci.lloid Moor- -I und of Information Doesn't loaf or shirk, dred and seventy-ondollars, an over preveuted from gaining he bus been man, Hilisco, 'l xas. about our own 1) v and night, unsleeping, subscription of $271 of Woodford coun- lines, the showing of movements acThe tight doners rtccived by Mrs.: S' i' king to his work. ty's allotment for Y. M. C. A. army curately planned because of If ou are going to have a sale, yon superior Saliie liincelt hi m the County Couu will need an Auctioneer work, had been raised up to noon on My Motto: L ttle Brother Thrift Stamp Information, of positions tuken or arService Wil ing to work for the money. the first day of the big drive. The tillery tire uccurutely pluced, of sol- - uas lor taking care m a sick man Airks you for your mon. 2o years experience; Prices Reasonable; . Mrs John fact that Woodford county oversub- dlers' lives saved becuuso of better In- Cloverport Smallest scrap of paper Yours for a clean sale; write me at scribed her allotment the first day ot telllgence ulioul the enemy's weak ,is the Sui div Defeat a htr parents, Ky. That shall lick the Hun. the cumpalgn places her at the head places then the showing would bo a Mr. and Mrs. Win Hanks McLandburgh Wilson. In New York ot the list of counties in the state. COL. H. J. GORSUCH lot different. Mrs H, A. Aler ard childrtn were Sou. "Suppose a set of photographs Is ' week i ud guests cf her pan nts, Mr. Henderson. Thousands of bushels of corn have been gathered and needed by the stalf showing some sec- .i nd Mrs June Baud i Lodiuurg. Helping Along. Breckinridge County Boy cribbed in this county during the past tion of the enemy's line perhaps a conMrs. W. J. Di'i'kinan visiud Mr ) (Brooklyn Standard Union Missing in France. week. River bottom farmers are push- siderable distance back of the front. ami Mrs. Thus Smith, Hi .11 dtnbui g Oi Sunday we no sugar eat; ing the work to get their crops housed To huve those photographs may decide U il lu r husband, W J. Dieckinau at On Monday we refrained from meat; before cold weather and before high whether a purticulur move Is to bo undertaken i' d how ; so the airmen are I.tvt liswoi th, li .l. last week. On Tuesday all our bread it rte; Mrs. Bateman of Lodlburg racleved water covers corn lands. seat uit r ana, Maybe two or three aw On Wednesday we cut out our pie; Mis. Hoiiscaw, Lima, OM-ia cablegram last week stating that her -M Whitesburg J. H. Frazler, Whites will he i'loui.lit down und their muM Uotli VVIieeler, Koine, Ind.. wrvo On Thursday butter has no call; grandson, Hoyt Decker who is with the burg merchant, held In jail here with- Chinas. rtlHi short1 U"' perhaps some be- gnetts of Mm. J. M. bhellir.ati laal On Fridsv we've no milk at all; U.S. army in France, ia one nf the hind the ci.emj'ii possibly soms-I'od- y week. out ball for the alleged shooting of Ami riCM su.'diers reported mitslng. On Satun'aj we dine on meal; will ily ,,jr st time. The. William Banks recently, has asked to waj Miss LonUu Gary, Liu! 'illI. has no- been ascertained whether And su you tie how we feed point 's limt II o .era gets back .i be transferred to the Winchester jail. itX M'i do oir Im and s pc ajeMiaa ie ii djai oi' taken as u Uermau Frazier's trial will "nie up at the Oe witu the pictures wauti .l tile Uiing has th i wei k nd gut to' k te .' Bejatj succuwl'nLM lu the eat-- u tftanat. rlsontr. ShtttJf cember term of the Circuit Court. Jeff Brewer filed suit in the circuit court of this county contesting the office of assessor, the certificates of election being issued to Jas. Nickell, Republican. He alleges that the ballots In Third Ward, a strong Democratic precinct, were changed after they were returned to the county clerk's office. Compton. V. G. BABBAGE Dr. R. I. Stephenson DENTIST McGIothlan ' R. B. : j j , e Weisi-nberg- n, e 1 LEGAL SIDE OF SOLDIER'S LIFE OFFERS TANGLES Department of Judge Advocate General Kept Busy Sorting Out Difficulties. IS ALWAYS FRIEND OF MEN tracts. Legal Questions. Which May Be Puzzling, Explained in Thorough Fashion by Men Who Have Been Trained to Underetand the Points at Issue. Now York. To relieve Ihe perplexed fldencc to look after tbat property, i.s may often ho the case if his wife la not living. It Is desirable thnt a guardA general gunrdlnn ian he appointed. In guardian of the person M well as of the property. They are appointed by the surrogate's court or the probate court for the county In which the children live. If more thnn fourteen yenrs old, the children, subject to th.' approval of the surrogate or probate Judge, may select their own guardian. There Is n mistaken Idea that a man entering military service Is protected as to debts and litigation against him. The Idea has arisen from the fact that In Europe, after the beginning of the war some of the governments suspended the obligations on debts and conNot a Light Excuse. The host opinions are to the effect HOBBIES EiCE BE WITH ENGLISH TIP OFF TEUT WAR TRICKS US'. PLAsCE PlERJifc" PMPCdVUMMT WHEN TOPSTf WOOLS TU&N r , kND MOT ONLY HE SOUGHT NOTHING TvAKT BUT WE'D LEAVE IT IN I t LIKEWISE Americans in Camp in England Study Under Tuition of Veterans. fnneously. though the hot and liurnl.ig; smart of the skin that follows Is somemercifully by what dulled the HgtRthsg of the senses that follow Victims of Inhalation of the fumes. the "mustnrd" bombs are subject to distressing periods of depression, oven ut tho time of tWfUjggCgMHfi Their neres seem to have been shattered CONDITION thnt state governments under our Con- stltutlon ennnot suspend these obligations. This means that the fact that he Is away on military service Is not n legal excuse for falling to perform obligations, pay delils, insurance premiums. Instalments due on furniture. etc. If there is n case now in court against a soldier he must make proper provision for attending to it. M should engage a lawyer and have him advise whether to appear or defend. This Is a protection, for thereafter all notices of proceedings in the case will be sent to the attorney and he will look after the soldier's interests. A soldier must remember that an action may legally be brought against him in his absence and after he has left home. There are rules governing this phase that give a defendant an opportunity to answer In an action brought ugainst him. However, If he he served by publication or by personal service outside the slate and there Is no one to take care of his interests a judgment by default may be entered against the soldier. Ills property may be seized and sold on execution, excepting those chattel-- , the law specially exempts. The advisable thing for a soldier to do Is to close up his affairs before leaving. For protection In the event that action ho brought against him, ho should instruct some one living in his home to take any legal papers Immediately to his nttor ney. If he has any goods such as furniture, clothes, jewelry, or other chattels w hich he has bought by instalments or which he ow ns under n lease or a sale, the fact that he Is called away will not relieve him from conditions In his contract or from making the specified payments as they come due. The best thing to do, if he oannot j ny up the balance due. Is to arrang n some responsible person make the payments regularly f'ir him. Goods May Be Taken. If be fails to make any provision, the goods nre liable to be taken away from him on default. After this the seller must go through certain formalities, for the law makes certain provisions In his fnvor. These matters are somewhat involved and technical, so tlmt It is wise to take the contract to his attorney and have him advise as to his rights and as to his obligations. In regard to mortgages on real estate and personal property, his absence Is no legal excuse for failure to make payments as spooilied In the mortgage bond or the mortgage Itself. Foreclosure may follow. A lease of his residence Is not terminated by the war or the necessities of the draft. If goods are in storage the warehouseman has a Hen and may sell them to satisfy a bill. A power of attorney, under seal und acknowledged ,K.fore a notary, is a safeguard for the interests of the snldier. minds of our soldiers awaiting n MM to tho battlefields of France to make complete the final rout of Europe's ruffian and what he stands for, and the subsequent assurance of world democracy, the Judge ndvocate general's department Is busy these days advising them of many legal questions most likely to affect tbeni. At Camp Mills and Camp Upton, In this section in fuct, In every training cantonment throughout the United States soldiers have sought advice on the allotment of pay, the making of wills, the guardianship und custody of children, actions In court, debts, mortgages, goods bought on Installment, Insurance und ninny other legal questions that usually tend to confuse the ordinary lay mind. Here Is the Judge ndvocate general's department, especially Installed to aid the soldier seeking legal odvlce and particularly equipped to give advice based on latest decisions of the court of appeals. A guide for soldiers und seamen, too has been compiled by able lawyers here for the legal aid bureau of the Educational alliance of this city. The guide is distributed free to the soldiers In the camps. Many of the knotty problems are explained In thorough fashion. Being reminded by this pamphlet of certain obligations that bind him, the soldier then seeks tdio Judge advocate general for the more technical procedure. May Assign His Pay. The pnmphlet tells the soldier thnt an allotment of pay Is much like nn assignment of wages. A man In service Instructs the government regulnr- ly to send part of his pay direct to his wife or his mother or other depend ents. It prevents delay and possible loss, and is genornlly the businesslike thing to do. Cases may nrise where money orders sent home by enlisted men are lost or delayed for weeks In hardship to the mails, with the families. Blank forms may be obtained from commanding officers, and they forward the allotment to the quarThe government termaster general. then sends the moni direct to the soldier's family so long as ho Is In the res-iltln- MAKES FOOD PLANS CLUB FOR SOLDIERS Brit- - France Is Arranging for Supplies Americans Find Comfort in ish "Blighty Corner." f or 1918. All Shipping Will Be Used for NecessitiesNeed 122,000,000 Bushels of Wheat. Is Conducted by Women and Has All Facilities of an Club. Purls. One place which many American soldiers visit In Pnrls Is the Brit-Is"Blighty Corner," offloally known as the "Foyer ilu Soldat Annuls." It Is conducted by a group of Kngllsh and American women as a place whore Canadian. Australian and New Zealand soldiers who oannot go homo for their ten days' leave may find a welcome. It hus nil the facilities of an chili, wttk perhaps a little more of the air of "homo" than an ordinarv club. Tea Is served every afternoon to all comers by tho wives of British ollieors and then is every afternoon and evening a program of music and enterli Paris. Tho purchase abroad and transportation of about 10,000,000 bushels of wheat and other cereals Is one of the problems of Trance for the campaign of IMS. Four hundred thousand tons of shipping a month will be required for the Importation of supplies the country must got on the outside. service. try. Henceforth nil tonnage under the French flag will be systematically di" d In n interest as dower rights f n mi Mvlu ,;,. npiiiiimiiiu nil nrtt vided between the different categories long ns she lives. Subject to this (low ' of indispensable products. In order to .. x. i to hlo insurance, aim limine " v to hum The assure the utmost regularity of supply. -c ndoptchlldren, which jjj JJjgr Certain voyages which wore of no ed children. He should arrange wllh some one to grout utility io France have boon stopException n Making Will. i nay the premiums as they arc duo. I he ped, and the transportation of coffee If he leaves n wile and no children "war cause" in L. policy some have and other products of secondary utilthe parent, broth- - I or grnndchl dren and no payment at long Inter- it provides for nation ut war have been suser. sister,I . nennew or niece,L. ins wim vals - and that Insurance is notr- to he ity to pended. Orders have been given that .. c). iii.i i takes nil nis peranum enymri mmmm paid If the insured moots his death In cotton and tobacco must be bought he leave a wife and no children or active military or naval service within from the nearest murket. but a purent, beother, a certain period after the Issuing of grandchildren, Navigation between Frunce and tho sister, nephew or niece, then one-hapolicy. colony of Madegstscar will lie greatly of the the of the personality and $2,000 SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE" reduced, und the French lines to Cuba, residue go to the wife. Being unmarArgentina, Brazil and New Orleans will ried, his entire estate goes to his fabe reduced as regards the number of OR HE MIGHT WANT ther. If his father be deud, then his ships or sailings suspeuded altoestate equally with mother shares the TO WIND CLOCK gether. and the chilhis brothers and sisters As a result of these measures 180,000 dren of deceased brothers and sisters, young Memphis, A Tenn. tons of additional shipping have been the latter taking tho deceased parent's farmer from Arkansas walked placed at the disposition of the proshare. These seem to be the prlnclpnl Into tho federal building here, visioning department, und the teudency difficulties that bset the soldier's went to the engineering departIs more and more toward the Intense mind. If he does not want his propment and made application for compression of the navigation service In the manner erty to be distributed a Job as night watchman. lie so as to make every ton of burden a valprescribed by law h. must make explained trfut he wanted to be count for the utmost. id will. to one of the cuntonment sent At least two witnesses are necessary camps to "guard the Boldlers." MINE FIELDS MENACE NORWAY will's validity and the testator for the He wus told the soldiers were must sign the will at the end, telling able to guard themselves, both Ownership of Drifting Agents of Dethe witnesses the Instrument Is his last duy and night. struction Is Matter of will and testament. There Is a notable 'V- TSSP Doubt exception: If the Boldler Is engaged seel! JlflBnwH II In active service Id the United States Beavers Doing Damage. Christian!!. Drifting mine fields are army or navy, he .nay make a valid Helenu, Mont. Itev. K. J. Stanley reported along the whole Norwegian will by telling two persons what he, reports conthat the beavers ure doing gg9Uflgjn jH Jiff '111 'I I L desires to be done with his property. siderable damage In damming up the coast from Ltsterlund eastward. Off They must write it out according to water in the White Tall Deer creek Hallo, 20 mines were seen drifting the instructions of the soldier. A will on his ranch north of the town. Kvery north to Christiana fjord, and from In this way can dispose of his person- day It is necessary to send someone up Hnlvo many explosions huve been ality, but not his real estate. This sort the creek a couple of miles for tho heard. The drifting mine fields are surof will shoulonever be mude except In purpose of removing the obstruction rounded by u muss of drifting wreckcontemplation, fear or peril of death. pluced In the channel every night by age. Norweglun motor boats have As aome states do not permit this busy beuvers. salved many casks of wine, margarine kind of will, it la not safe for the sol- the and whale oil. dier to tell his comrades from other Girl Wears Live Snake. The ownership of the drifting mine States thnt they can make a will In this colLos Angeles, Cal. A brilliant way. If his home Is In New York und fields Is a matter of doubt. Certainly yellow und black gopher, 40 nobody Is anxious to claim them, for be In active service and not on fur- ored long. Is being used us a necklough or detuched from active service inches they do not conform to the rules of tie by Miss Nellie Bradley of Los for any reason, he may take advantage The Hugue convention, which preThe photo Shows American soldier who Is now at Swltier's Camp mines shall be so con- cleaning up In a village "Somewhere of this sort of will. Miss Bradley scribes that Arroyo 8eco. structed that they become harmless In France." Then comes guardianship of chil- In the great deal of her pot and when adrift. dren's property. If a soldier's children thlnka a to her own property und he Is leaving them cannot understand the aversion fad. Subscribe For The News Subscribe for The News without anyone In whom he nas I est-iteoiic-thlr- As to the making of a valid will, the soldier Is given implicit instructions. He nlso Is shown h w the lnw distinguishes between real estute and rer" sonnl property. Hoiv the law distributes his personal property should he die without mnklng a will Is forcibly brought home to hi n. If he lenves a wife and children his wife is entitled a .1... ' ...".. ' .1".ti' if.iiio, to e- - .1,:...) the ohl dren In eavnl portions. Wltn , his wife has respect to real . , The realization of this problem will be partly aeoompllshod through Ununified allies' purchasing board, eliminating more and more private trade with the country; the development of a ministerial department of supply will eliminate commissary department buyers, while increasing stringent measures regarding shipping will Increase the tonnage available for this object. Successive decrees now have compelled every shipowner to obtain n navigation license prescribing tho particular route for each vessel and the categories of merchandise destined for the government that It would be required to take on board on each voyage, and also giving the secretary of state for merchant marine powers to limit transportation charges on products essential to the life of the coun- ' tainment. "My visit has given me miteli pleasure," wrote' the prince of Wales In the visitors' book. "Ditto," wrote the duke of Coiinaught. On the occasion of the duke of visit the cheers of tho Canadian soldiers wore so lusty as to offend the ears of some of the residents of u fashionable hotel In the Place They filed u comVendome nearby. plaint witii tho police, but the police replied : "They are authorized to make as much noise as they please. The British soldiers were not told to make less noise when they blew up tho urines at Messlnes." Twice u week the men at "Blighty Corner" are taken to visit tho old corners of Purls. An Interesting Incident occurred this week when u pat ty visited the Chunk of Joanne d'Arc. The priest presented tlioin with souvenir medals representing .loan of Arc. "But there tire only three Catholics among litem," he was told. "It does not matpriest. ter," replied the "They all serve the same Master and General." 's broad-minde- ill .i...l0 :;:,: ba- T - lf - jjSjjBJglfa,wy s, completely beyond control. Two Australians of giant stature, victims of "mustard" bombs, were found almost weeping from homesickness, due to their symptomatic depression by n fellow coun"MUSTARD" GAS A DANGER tryman In Trafalgar square, In London They worn while nn leave recently. soon Induced to tnke n more cheerful view of matters and explained to their Victims Are Subject to Distressing Pe- temporary host nt dinner that the feelriods of Depression Even at Time ing against which they bad been fightEngland's of Convalescence ing was tbat they didn't have u friend Countryside Delights Visitors. In the world. On the whole the voyages of our rerenlly arrived contingents I.ond.m. Perhaps the predominating most impression of the visitor to tho enmp were comparatively free from subma"somewhere in Kngland" of American rine attack In the sense of tho actual troops on their way to take part In tiring of torpedoes, though several ships were compelled to light off the grout war Is born of the convicIn one instance n destroyer tion of their complete happiness COUplee with their adaptability to their COej TOylUg a troopship was firing nt u submarine on one side while a second new surroundings. Two days after disembarking from undersea craft appeared or was near by the destroyer. There ships that so successfully defeated the wns reason to believe that the water most aggressive tactics of the during the voyage from the United bomb dropped by the destroyer at tho States coast enough of the stalwarts second submarine was effective In Its to make a brave showing and gladden object. The voyage from America wus made the hearts of their Kngllsh allies as an earnest of the preparations we are In good time. making at homo wore ns comfortably settled in camp as If they bad boon ACTIVE IN RED CROSS there two yenrs. A party of American correspondents visiting the new arrivals as guests of the foreign office were made homesie!; hy conversation with them. They wore found enjoying all of the comforts of a well established camp ranging from tho soft drinks dispensed at the Y. M. C. A. canteen to the sociability of a singsong nbont the piano In a pleasantly arranged assembly tent. Tho one thing about the visitors that most surprised the English army off! cors stationed In a camp adjoining in addition to their splendid avorace physique was their energy and alertness both mentally and physically. One Kngllsh officer said he had heard first Impressions of Kngland from Ofu of our privates more Interesting than ho had ever hoard. At Volition to wlu.t the men were saying about what the;, had soon since their nrrlval support! ' the officer's observation. England's Countryside a Drc.im. "It's all so trim and neat this cOUtl tryslde that one enn scarcely believe It's real." was tho way a soldier front the vicinity of the Hookies In Coir rndo put it. "Of course, it would rause no wonder in a Bolaseo play to see such a vista of miles of beautiful countryside, of rolling pastures snt rounded by evenly trimmed miniatur hedges, the whole so clean and oven BnHaaBt1aywKBiMaQSuraBBa aHaalvraCBSlawBBBBmn and exact that one searches In vain to something out of place. We thought the railways on which we traveled wore compared with ours at homo, jus' When I come to think of too cute! It, though, we traveled about ns fasl Mrs. Johl PurTOJ Mitchell, wife of as we wanted to ride anywhere, and the mayor of New York, takes an acabout as comfortably, too." In the work of the Bed The same Impros lnnahle visitor was tive part promptly beginning to exercise himself Cros3. The piclute shows her as she appeared in the recent parade In New lest he should not have an opportunity being sent to the front to see York. before some of the nooks ami corners of Lon BOY HAD IDEA don hallowed as the haunts of famous MILKMAN'S men. "I don't mind spilling my Idood on He Put It Into Effect and Father Paid $50 Fine After Milk Inspector the fields of FTuropo for freedom," he Got Through. said, "but 1 don't want to do that before seeing whore Shakespeare trod the Brockton. In an alleged effort stage of his Southwark theater, where Doctor .lohnson and his circle of llt- - to make sure tbat some company erary lights dined In Fleet street, should have sullicient milk for breakwhere Charles Lnnib and his sister fast, Kenneth Arnold, aged thirteen, son of John B. Arnold of Belmont lived, the haunts of Dickens, of street, Bggt Bridge water, added water and the wlralow in Whitehall to a can. I'rom which Charles I walked to be be'i bis performance on the part of the headed. "Then, of course, I wouldn't think youth cost bJa father B0, for it so haprf passing forward to contaminate my- pened the following morning the milk Inspector took a sample of the milk self by association with tho Ioniums and It was found to contain wuter. oven In battle, if I bad my way, before The father is a milk producer. seeing the Tower of London and WestWhen the elder Arnold was brought minster abbey. There are. Indeed, n lot of things I've had In my mind that Into the police court on a charge of books don't toll, and that I want to having watered milk in bis possession, the defense submitted a letter wrlt-- I find out for myself, anyhow." ten by the boy from Acton, in which Hear Tales of Boer War. he told bis mother what he had done. tinder a perfect sky and warm sun- The court was not convinced uud Ar shine many of the men were lolling nold wus fined $.ri0. about the camp on the greensward reading hooks provided by the Amerl WEIGHS 103 POUNDS can Y. M. C. A. when not drilling or COLONEL exploring the surrounding country, to permit which the bounds of the camp Officer Called From Retirement la Probably Smallest Officer In had been fixed on n liberal scale. the Army. In an adjoining camp occupied by f'.outh African troops, the Americans St. Louis. Col. Cunllffe H. Murray, enjoyed long conversations with veterans of the South Afrlcun war and who recently was recalled from retire-mehus become commandant at Jefwore particularly Interested while getting their stories of that stubborn ferson barracks. He Is probably the In the flptit put up by the Boers to find that smallest officer, physically, as many of them hud fought then nnny, being I feet --",4 Inches tall and ugnlnst Kngland us fought under the weighing Ml pounds. He was griiduuted from West Point Union Jack. This accidental association of Amer- In 1877 and served In the cuvulry. In icans with the South Africuns in the. IIHK) he was made colonel. He reached In August, next camp proved profitable as well as the age limit of sixty-fou- r Interesting, for the colonials were the 1010, and retired, but upon the entry first troops with actual experience In of the United States Into the war ofaction In the wur with whom our men fered himself for uliy service. Colonel Murray was appointed to Naturally they pickenme In coutuct. ed up many vuluable tips concerning West Point from New York city and the essentluls of trench warfare us when not with a command at some other place has made that his home. well us the tricks of the Huns. One of the (ioniums' latest tricks The minimum height for the army Is with gus was described by u soldier now 6 feet 4 Inches. This Is who spoke from experience. Walked From Pullman Car In Sleep. "mustard" gus shell. It the Warren Kun, Pa. Clad only in silk Is shot from a mortar und, exploding within a radius of between !ft uud 60 pajamas, Martin Clurk of Suu Franfeet from a trench, leaves Its occu- cisco wus found roaming In a potato pants with a lusting Impression of the patch here. After his arreat It wag meaning of "hot stuff." leurucd that he Is a somnambulist and during his sleep had walked from a "Mustard" Victims Suffer Long. ata The fumes penetrate both outer sleeping car at the Wllkea-Baclothing and underwear almost lustan- - ml a mi C.old-mUt- n, m Notice To Tax-Payer- s! The Penalty Goes on December 1st, 1917 In Hardinsburg Office Every Day We will be at the Following Places on said Dates: Asians, Bewley ville and Rosctta, Monday, Nov. 26 Rockvale and Big Spring, Tuesday, Nov. 27 Glen Dean and Custer, Wednesday, Nov. 28 McDaniels and Mook, Thursday, Nov. 29 Gartield, Friday, Nov. 30 Hudson, Saturday, December Now this is our last time 1 we can meet you. If the taxes are not paid by Dec. 1st, the 6 per penalty and 6 per cent interest will be added. The State Auditor is going to force us to collect 8 $ the penalty. If you want to save yourself cost and trouble, please settle by Dec. 1st. A. T. BEARD, Sheriff ; a !i fa Tfa Tfa sfa 77.fi. Trs- 77 Sfef TO r:-f- . fasr:-- VS. wnm r:--- Ma n:T:-f- - HHi?y kt m W- VdS; s:w ?. - J. B. CARMAN, Deputy Sheriff tfm tfLt W: Breckinridge County 8 wm W: wm an VJ; 1 i 8 8 wwm trm Uttcl &2!'Jljl, HARDINSBURG MwdnaM Paal Comptoo, v. . Special Session C Fiscal Court. Tncre was a special stsMon of the K afoot Fiscal Court bcld laat Monday to apKiticheloe, J D, Bhaw tad propriate funds for work cn the r.tw m i ii J Russell CaMptOOJ attended ebllKfa in pike from Hardinsburg to G.irlield.. A. B. ( arfeld Wednesday The Court crdercd that tile Treasuier borrow fet,0M to take caie of the (1 has returned from I Mrs. l'ercy Hea HI be due taa State's part which visit in I.ouisvi ie. next March. The ergim-- i r in chaise Mr. ami Mrs Char ie M.itti:ilv have cf the wark leporttd that about ' hrcc returned frnni :i visit to their son in mile of the road was abdUt lead lor I. iiisvil!o the natal and owing to tbt shortage Miss Ruth Cliaiiililis, came Bp frni of cars ths rock could not he deliverCVimiwt it Ipaat ffaTwHll with her ed. TbO dirt work he said was in fm I lid Miss Mary Alexander will five a mother, Mrs. M iry Cham Mr. Md Mrs. Cecil Shain and tlaugh American Magazine in an article callshape f j tha winter and if the weather OiC. 7th fir the Iter, f'jcv Tnom is, Huston spent the ed "If I were 21:" Miss llessie U'.itlin;ton. who teaches permute : the cuts and hits would be Recital on "In choosing a wife would insist on ek Md with roundt.a up drained and tolled so the benefit of th9 Red Croaa, She Will hi week end with Mr. atd Mrs. Paul near Garfield, spent the Wilson. three iiialitications: Mr. and Mrs. Nil Watting-to- water aril move u.l md leave a solid assisted by hsr pupils and Misses Gue-drherpirents, Bramli tte and Mabel Adkins. "i She should bt healthy. It is all Pupils of the Tib and 1 h grades orroad bed. Miss Mabel Howard weot to Glen ganized a II (i. L C ub FiiJav after- well enough to admire an invalid, re of Louisville Cap:. drrigan the engineer is a Mr. Clark and two tons, l spect and adore her, but a healthy, haie lieen the quests ol M I. Heard aud very enthusiastic road man and made Dean Thursday to alien! the funeral noon, Charley Coilinj, 'resident ; Ashcraft, Vice I'.esident; Mabel live iinn needs a htalthy woman for a splenaid talk on roads how to build of Dr. P. R, Dempster. Mrs Heard. rs. Norah Hoaid spent Fi iilay with Adkins, Secretary: Klizibeth Hook, his comonion if he would save him J. Raleigh aleador and I. in Taul, of than, how to gat thtm, how to keep sel t a thousand ills. Tn asurer. tlum up aftar thai aie built Tl.e friends at Hisin Sp'iues. Saturday. Clovtrport, were iu town ''2 She should have giod common ( apt. stay on the work during ti e Mr and Mrs Moitou Penick. Custer I! KlUchaloe l ave Mr and Mis M tense. No matter how pretty and winter and see that woik already dune have rr.ovea iuto Mis Chainoer laiu'a Mr. Kincheloe arrived from Colorado MOOK charming a fool may be, and some of dots n t wnth away. ,'Jtlak;e on Walnut. St is at his old post of duty n The l'.auk of them are woundcrlully winning, ltdoes J jags Howell made a very important W. J. Piggott has been appointed Hardinsburg d) Trnat Co. not pay to marry her. Sou'eone has Mr and Mrs G B Tucker and annnuLCi mml. He said hat he bad chair man of the Fuel Connnittte, entertained laaurcd taa service of a County Farm Miss Mar) Lewis Jar'-ovisit id relatives at Hirtied Sunday. j aa id that pre.ty women with no sense twelve of her litlle setn ol mates Salur Agatt for Braoblarldga acuatj fieeuf B'eciimi Idga county. Mrs. Phidoola Oallowav and Mrs I are like a certain cheap automobile; o'cloah Taa Charge, Tol will no doubt oa a vary dav evening from ( to .itun McCoy, Louisville spent laat I Cora Back visited treads and ralatiraa at they are all right to run around with, week with his grandmother, Mra. gwUgaQ gcoday, you don't want lo own one. occasion was her twelfth birthday. Ke plttai Rg to the farmer Nannie Bandy. "Aud x She should be cheerful. A fraabataatt arara u reed. wno win urafil ly this m iu's Misses Nestle and Katy Aldridne spent sunny, brave, -- bright disposition is a Corporal Leslie Jones. Caaip Zjch I vadaaaday ia Hamad wit ra'aiivoa S. IV l'ayne, Judge e'ect, of IrviOgtOO, aLu laparieaaa ia faun votg, wifes best dowry. ary Taloi spent the week endheie. . was a visitor In town ..Saturday Mr. and Mrs Herman (.all way visit "As to momey, or station in life', or Miss Oaall I'.iyna, Webster spent ...i Mr. and Mrs. Crave Smith Saturdav. No Frills on Her Overalls. Mr. and Mrs. John Akers and M laa , cleverness, or good looks, they should Logans-portSunday ajuastl Ind. The first woman Friday night with Misses Mabel and Florence Akers were the Miss Iva Tucker was the uest of Mrs. not enter at all into the matter. If of Mr. and Mrs John Nevitt, at Uasiu employee at the railroad shops to lion Neil Adkins Ktlah Tucker, Madrid last week. could find a girl, healthy, sensible and overulls ut her work Is Miss Mary Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Iliite and Misa Johnson, who la employed In the Mr. and Mrs. Jess Nix spent the week cheerful, and if I loved her, I'd marry Martha Howe lirite spent the week ami Mrs. Denuie Sheeran enter Mr. her, if I wtra twenty-one.- " There are no frills on the overend with Mr. and Mrs Frank Nix. taincd for dinner Sumlay, Mr and Mrs alls, as they are regular blue ones end with relatives at Lewisport. Raleigh Tucker weut to Hamed MonFrank Mcliarv. Mr and Mrs I. on Rho- with white stripes. Miss Johnson says Tha drive for Y M. C. A. war work day . and Mrs John O Reil the overalls are more comfortable than began hare Tuesday and is progressides, of Kirk, Mr Little Mr Willard Tucker visited his dresses and that she will continue tc ng rapidly. ley, Sr , and Mr. Waiter Rhodes Vita Tucker last Mr. anil Mrs. Jim TeafT have moved wear them. D. W Henry was in Hardinsburg grandmother, Mrs week. Wednesday to cry J. B. Allen's sale. the Sheeran properly. into Missis Lillian and Iua Glasscock vis IRVINGTOiN A box of hospital supplies has been Mr George Helming has purchased iled Miss.s Ada aud Klizabeth Tile Mr. Allen will H Allen's firm. Mr. J sent to headquarters from thisChapter. Sunday. Mr. Wright, of Davleave the county Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Psnick and Miss Mattie Poindexter spent last Miss UlUa Maltuigly spent Saturday county, ha., bought Mr. 1). 11. Hen Sunday with Mrs, Arvin Stith, ICkrou. iess sou and C. A. I'enick left Monday on a ning's farm motor trip to Redtisld, Iowa, where with Miss Ruby Algood. Sergeant Wilbur l'ark, Ft. Sill, Jim Robisou attended the burial of thay will reside in the future. Mr ami Mrs W J llohen are receiv- Okla . is spending several days with Willie Keiiiiison at Germautowu Tuesing congratulations in Detroit, Mich , Dr. and Mr. S. 1. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ball have movday. ou the arrival of a pretty hrown eyed Jess Gaidner left Saturday for Jack- ed into their property In Bandy Court daughter Miss Ijis Hoban, Miss Nettie Aldridge visited Mrs, Bafl aaC A number of Btwleyville people ataV sonville, Fla , ie iu be will spend tha Mr. J. H Gardner made a husiness winter months. tended tha Home Demonstration Club Carra Tucker Friday. trip to Iiuisville last week. Mrs I'eardie Galloway and daughters, Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain and which was organized last Monday by ?uda and Lena visited Mrs, Sue Hints II. Smith, Miss Anne mother, Mis. Brandenburg will spend Mr. C C. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Snnlli and Mr. Lawrence Renn, tha week and with friends iu Branden Dr. and Mra. Bryau, Louisville mot- and atteuded the Missionary meeting at of Hensley, were in (own Saturday. ored down last weak and are guests of Mrs. I, en. Caunaway's burg. J. 1). Aldridge weut to Harued MonMr and Mrs lienjamin Kubertsou are Mrs. H. E. Cooper, Slanlay came Hev. and Mrs. F. H. Kyan. day. the guests of Mr and Mrs M. I). Beard Thursday lor a visit with Mr. and Mr. aud Mrs J. M. Herndoo left SunRhod I.amptou weut to Hardinsburg day morning for Washington, 0. C , to Mr. Will Duvall, after a serious case of Mrs J. f. Vogal. 'typhoid fever, is ab.e to be at the store. Miss. Elizabeth Cain and Mrs. Farcy spend sevaral days with thler son, Monday. Laiuberth Tucker spent Friday with THE REAL THING. Miss l.oien i Grahaoi, of Louisville, is Henderson were in Louisville Saturday. Lewis He union who is in service he axpacts to tail for Francs in a short Mr. and Mrs Myer Smith. the guest of her cousin, Mrs Morris 11. Mrs. Louisiana Calmer, Kkron wss This dashing garment, a combination time. Beard. the guest of friend litre Thursday. of cape and Jacket, comes In teal, conA large and appreciative audience How You Should Mr. Norman Hensley, of I.ewishurg, MitatsSue and Carrie Hawas, Macio trasted with wide bauds of chinchilla. Kaus , is the guest of his mother, Mrs. have batn guests of Mr. and Mrs. I). was out to hear Rev. Williams at the and fur belt are aluioat Choose Your Wife. Tab frouta aa tbea luiuieuaa roll collar. Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Lucretia Hensley. O. Bright. at striking HI tubjtct Tha Second Coming of Kred Sadanwatar lias returned from Cm ist and ita Utlation to the World Dr. Frank Crane, the well known a News Want Ad. Now Subscribe now for the News a three weeks stay at Camp Wheeler. 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