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The Breckenridge news: November 28, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917112801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 28, 1917 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. VOL. XLII FARM AGENT SECURED Will Be of ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages LARGEST WEED SALE IS MADE Tobacco Company CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1917. AGED RESIDENT No. 22 Condensed Report of FOR COUNTY OF CLOVERPORT The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky Born in EngInestimable Value to Died Wednesday land and Came Here From Central Board the Farms. Canada 88 Years Old. Appointed by Judge Dowell. Mr Matthtws Malta Freeman, an Knglishmin, aged 88, and one of the oldest residents of this citv. died at the home of Mr. and Mrr. Frtd May, Sr., ComplicaWednesday morning. tion nj diseases cau-- ' d Ml death. in Lon:'o;i, Mr. Freem in was bo-Baglaad, Janaara 33, I MO. When ie was ihirtv tWO ytarsold he was married IIM oM country and came to and Cai.a in where he llvtd only a lew years when hs came to the Uui;ed States ar.d sell til on ,i farm jast a few miles from Clovirpnit, living ihere for thiity three year-- . Afier the death of Mrs Fiee-mi, Mr Prat nan made his ROM with Mi. Mr and Mis M i u util Ills dath Freeman was a carpenter by trade and a man of vir un.qje character. He was a nismbtr oi the Episcopal church To funiii.l was held trom the resiServices were dence Thui:daj, b Rev, A. N Couch, and the interment took place ID tlie Cloverport haM il Pas For At ttie close of business November IT, 1917 $499,847.56 1,390.69 76,572.87 9,809.12 5,212.66 288.43 x 898 Hogsheads the Sum of $285,000. Louisville, Nov 2? of To the Farmers of Breckinridge Comity: It has been one of my greatest le ires, during my term of office, to secure for Breckinridge county n faim agent, foe lieving that such an agent will foe of value to the tamers of BreckMerriniau, inridge county. Mr. V who has charge of the extension work in Kentucky, knowing that I have worked to secure Die employment of such a in n, when the l'ederal ('.overniiient placed a mtmfoer of emergency agent- - in Ken tncky, assigned one to I'.reckiuridge county. The agent s services will foe paid fov the l'ederal (.overniiient until June J", I91H, after which lie will foe withdrawn unless the Fiscal Court em ploys him pcciniinentlv hy paying half of his salary. Triere has foeen a Central Board of Control appointed and they are herefoy notified to meet at the Court House in Hardiusfourg, Saturday afternoon, December 1, at 1;30 o'clock, to orga ize and start the extension work in Breckinridge county. The personality of the Board is as follows: (1 A. Wright, T. B Beard E. B Ogleshv. Frank Carter, Huhert Bruner, l'ete Macy, B V Carter, 0, 0 VJ Bali- lford, J W Harrington, nan, Henry Hays, Walter Moorman, Joe Glasscock, Judge Matthias Miller, W S. Bad, County Attorney, G K. Hess, J. R. Meador,, Siipt of Schools elect, Judge H. Dell Moorman, Rev Hunts man, W. C Duvall, S B l'a lie, Conn VJ ty Judge, elect, Rev J F Knne, Piggott, B. H. Shellniaii, and A Bach liicnihcr is requested to Skillinan. Mr. be present on ti.e ahove date. Hearth, emergency agent, wil. foe here and take up his work on that date To those who have not given this work much thought I foeg that you get ac quainted with Mr Hearth. He is here to assist you; use him. Invite him out to your place, show him over your faun, Le will give you many valuafole suggestions that will lighten your work and m crease your yield. When he has a meet- in your tow n or at our school house go out and mett him, meet your neigh Your bors and organize a farmers club time will be wed employed. Sincerely an I cordia ly yours. D D. L) well, County Judge 11 Notes and bills Bonds Cash on hand and due from banks Checks on this and other banks Overdrafts Other Assets Pub; For a total IM.00B, t tie American ceo Company yesterday piirchiserl from Uofla Brothers, (okaeea brokers at 1011 West Mala street, this city, H!8 o JgQ.OOO I mida, of Itjrley co ot the y I ft crop, this brio the aWfftftl I ingle sale ever made iu the his-t- oi y of the State. Tnc price per pound w is thirty cents, ard this also was a record fig.; re for to!, Capital Stock Liabilities Total Surplus Undivided profits Bills payable cenieterj o! . Mr. fayne was stricken inoruiug while in Stephens-pivisiting fiiends. He was there Pi May tvening attemtiug the Masonic banquet and enjoyed meeting his old Irieiids at his foimer home and had intended Making a short visit. He was brought &HM OO a cot Siturdiy evening. This is t He third stroKe aud hi com.iiiou allows very little impioves paralsis. Satimi. n Deposits Total Respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, 0FFICERS: M. D. BEARD, PAUL m nt President C0MPT0N. CM., fa.Mut Cashier M. B. KINCHELOE. OFLEITCHFIELD Died Last GEO. E. BESS. Manager Trust Department Week. Mr. Lemuel Moorman Leaves Six Grown Sons. Mr. Lemuel Moorman, one of the old est citizens of Leitchfield and a man woo is well kn wn throughout Breckinridge count t died at his home in Leitchfield, Nov 20 The funeral w s held from the Baptist church in that city the following day by Rev E B Gatlin. The deceised was li t oldest member in tue church. Mr. .Moorman was luru Aug. 27, I832 In MM he was married to Miss Martha lv VVofllial who proceeded him in death His six sons, J C. Moorm,n, C. W. Moorman, R L Moorman J W Moor-Moor n, G W Moorman and L Beside the man, acted as pa bearers sous he leaves one daughter J- MR. PAUL COMPTON POSITION RESIGNS HIS OF AS CASHIER OF HARDINSBURG To our Patrons and Friends: Adkisson- - Gibson Wedding. of Miss Nell Adkisson, Oweusboro aud Mr. Kdison Gibson, I,os Angeles was so emnized Tuesday after noon, Nov JO, I9I7 111 the parlor of the The marriage Baptist Church, Oweusboro. Martin preformed the Rev. Sam I ceremony in the presence of the bride's immediate family. The bride who is the charming daughter ,0!" Mr. and Mrs W J Adkisson, was attired in a stylish traveling suit with hat, gloves and shoes eusuit and and carried a bouquet of bride's roses Imniedeatlly after the ceremony the couple left on the afternoon train for Louisville and were the guests of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs Will Gibson on Wednesday leaving that evening for their home in Los Angeles, Cat-- , where the groom holds a position with the Southern Pacfic R. R. Mr aud Mrs. Gibson are well known in Cloverport aud throughout Breckinridge county. Mrs. Gibson frequently visited her grandfather, Mr. H B Head, Irvington and her parents formerly lived near Webster. Third St Priv. Garner in Honolulu. county boys are The B eckinti scattered t if and wida in the National One who has bean Aran heard fr an racantly is Priv. Claude 0. Qaravr, son pf Mr U C. Garner of Koscita. Kv Priv s ancr was anxious to do his bit in the war ho he volunteered last May whne living in Iowa and since than he has bean sent to Ft Sbaf er, Honolulu, H. T with Company, H. 2nd He is making good as a Intautry private Ruh Hawkins. Can-nelton Marriage license was issued in Stricken With Paralysis. lust week to Cluv C Hawkins, Mr G. W. Payne is ill at his home in of Cloverport, and Miss Wilda Rush, of the Est End, suffering from a stroke St- ohensport. The Hank of llHrdinsburo; & Trust Company mid Mr. Paul Comp-lOO- , Beavin Crenshaw. jointly, announce the resignation of Mr. Compton as Cashier of "Save Me, Mary,'' wail of a wis the Hank of llardins'nirg & Trust Company, which was tendered and young societv man when an automobile Mr. and Mrs J, S. lleavin, of this accepted on November 22, HU7, to become effective Deofmber 1, 1917. loaded with j y riders made a high dive citv, announce the marriage ot their Heavin, anil daughter, Miss Louell Mr. Compton resigned as Cashier because the many private busi- for a ditch uear the ice plant. no one was hurt, aud Marv Setgt. Thomas Crenshaw. Tne wedding ness enterprises, in which he is larjjidv interested, demand his attenhave the pleasure of "saving him " took place in Detroit, Mich Novembtr tion to such an extent as to jenaer it impracticable for him longer to diu't II iwever, after Johnnie recovered from 21, 19I7 continue with the Hink, and, tit the same time, give proper attention his fright, he proceeded to pick the The bride left home two weeks ago to bis business enterprises, as they are to some exteut incompatible. "tin Lizzie" up and set it in the road for Del roil to visit the groom's sisttr, While Mr. Compton, after December 1st, will no li.nger sustain any and the merry makers went rtjiicing Mrs. Robert fctoggins, and to meet S, rgt. Crenshaw as he could not gtt a official connection with the Hank, ho and his business enterprises will on their way. leave of absence. She was iiccomp tnied continue to be its patrons, and Mr. Compton urges upon his friend to Louisville by htr sister, Miss Laura Masonic Celebration. to continue tluir patronage of the Hank and assures them that all will Heavin. Sergt. Cienshaw is with Co. H, ,'f.'f7th receive the generous, courteous consideration as they have in the While living in Stephensport some Infantry, Camp Kunsloo, Hattle Creek, will be the policy, without exception, that no empast. Hereafter, it fifty years ago, Mr. William t'.ockel now Mich , aud was in service on the Mexploye shall be in competition with any patron in any way. ican border before t he Gel of 1'atnot, I nil was first Initiated into The active management of the Hank's affairs will be in charge of war. Hi.s father, K M.Crenshaw, M. D. Heard, President; M. B. Kincbeloe, Acting Cashier, and Geo. the Masonic lodge oil Nov. 2l!, I867 and resides in Cloverport. K. Hess, Manager of the Trust Department. As is kuown to all, Friday, Mr. Gockel returned to his formgave a banquet to these officials have been with the Hank for several years, Mr. Kinch-elo- er home and his fiftieth ear a celebrate Card of Thanks. the occasion Mason. for about thirteen years, which means the continuation of the The banquet was given in the Stephens same efficiency and methods in vogue since the Hank & Trust Com port city hall and elegant turkey dinner The family of the late I.. C. Keenan panVs organization, and all its patrons and friends are assured the was served by the ludies of the Eastern desire to thank their friends for the Star. kindness shown them during their recent same courteous attention in the future as in the past. Fifty guests were present including bereveuient. Respectfully, visiting Masons from this place, Addison, TUK HANK OF HARDINSBUKU it TRUST CO.' Dukes and Holt, llefore the dinner PAUL COMPTON. was served, Mr Harry (Jans took the th-- ! 1 Hurley products. The same tobacco last year was sold at a maximum of 17 cents aud the ear before at 3' j cents, and going back II far as y 4, the pound pi toe would not lr,ve exceeded H cents. Tuns tlie price paid yestir.la, is more than double the mirket value of two e.,rs ago and quadruple prevailing price:, fitteen rtaril ago. Tub loeo man aay thai this sale rac- tlcally cleans up the entire supply o old Barley tobacco iu three States, Kentucky, Iudiuna and Ohi , where Gorin Urothers have been purchasing extensively dining the pa t ten months. The local concerns,, lomposed of iletirv J. and Louis IV Gorin, looked into the future nud saw an inevitable a IvaDCa iu the prce of Borlt) tobacco. Ou the loose leaf markets in the HtatOJ named the company went after the tobacco actively but quietly and the buyCashier ing at limes was fast aud lurioos. Wlien the Am.--i ican Tooacco Co. ayretd to pay as high as 3O cents a pound for the anppSy under control, it was regan'ed DIRECTORS: in tobacco ciiciesas a indication of the judgment ot the Messrs. Uorin. C- - V' Large exports of smoking material to ILlS CREEN Europe to supply the soldiers at the KII,CHEL0E ' (tost with smokes, and the rSCepttoMl ' BEA" quality of the tobacco held by the GoP- - M. PAUL COMPTON BEARD rin Brothers for the manufacture of cigarettes, explains thj remarkable pi ice that figured in the sale While this one sale was beir.g rtade boi weighed 160 psuodl and $j 96 ijorin Urothers were corn pie ling arwas collected to pay for the express. rangements for tbedjrpoaal oi ;us bode, of Indiana dark, one h igaheail of sucker leaf and lugs, iboui 430,(100 pounds "Save Me. Mary." BANK in all, at au average price of 1S' cents a pound, tiu record price paid to date tor tobacco of this character. & TRUST CO. II irv had a little e ir, Made at the factory tt Ford, B. J O'Brien & Co., Louisville, purAnd in the rour.se of its rumble it not a chased the leaf and the lugs went to G. j r. F. Vaughn, of Kichmond, Va. And skidded elear off the road. $593,121.33 I $ 50,000.00 42,000.00 4,784.70 40,000.00 456,336.63 $593,121.33 , , e WANTED? All the mixed country scrap iron you can bring me by Dec. 20th. I will pay you 50c per 100 pounds. first degree of M isonary in theClover-por- t Chapter. We, the undersigned officials desire to state that the rumors which The visitors included: W. A. Cockrell, of have come to our ears reflecting upon the Hank's condition are II. N. Wood, Life lleheii, Andrew Ash-bsinister origin and without the slightest foundation. The business afM M. Henlon, Harry Cans, OUie fairs of this institution are now, as they have been continuously since Cl.rk, K. I. Oel.', (.has. Hamby ft W. Hamman, Kichard Sapp, Randall its organiz ition, above reproach in every particular and prosperous. Wcathcrholt, I). It II. I.. Stadcr, M. D. HKARD, President. l'helps, 1). H. Severs, Dr. l'arrish, K I'. M. U. KINCHELOE, Acting Cashier. I'ayue, G. W. I'ayne, C. (5. Urabandt, A. M. KINCHKLOK, Director. A 11 Skillinan, U. T Skil man, G. M P. M. BKARD, Director. Mullen, and 11 H. Hardin of.this city, (.'has. (aid and John Cahl of Dukes, C. V. ROHKKTSON, Director. Julius Dutschke of Holt, Dan Iturks of WILLIS GKKKN, Director. Addison. Claude Mercer, Atty,, for the Btnk of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Advertising? II II Is results you want you should In th us this paper It cir- culates in th ways majority of homes ha al- community and bn considered The Family Newspaper The grown-up- s H. LKsH. Moorman, Atty. for M. H. Heard's Kstate. Irvington Boy Commissioned. Irvington, Nov. 20. (Special). R. L. Lyon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonaa Lyon, has been commissioned a second Lieuienunt as a result of hi training course for office at Ft. Benjamin quarrel about It, It J. W. PATE, Cloverport. Ky. Generous Box Sent Orphans. The local Methodist church ennui berad tba little orphan of the Methodist Orphan Home with a box of "goodie" this year which excelled any bos that ha been cent for several years. The the children cry ler It, and th committee consist d of Mr. whole family reeds to cover. ad th H Irem cover Uabbag and W. C. Moorman, mad a request that th donor tpecialia on canned good and a a reaalt th requeet wa responded too quit liberally. Th Frank D. Fratz, Mr. Jno. They will read year It yea piece before them la 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. nerve to do our FULL DUTY; this market in Hardinsburg was not established for the sole benefit of the owners of thii floor, hut for the advancement grower in this section; we appeal to you for your influence end 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. C We 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 facilities 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 of every Saturday, December 8, 1917 Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co., SThPHENSPORT T. Cunningham was in Siturday. Dr. R. I. Stephennn, of Hardins burg, w is in lown Sunday. William Oociel, a former resident, Mrs. W incorporated. Hardinsburg, Ky. WOMAN FEELS CENTER VIEW Men are very busy gathering icorn. Stripping and delivering tobacco Garden Sands, son of Mr. Kobert Sands of Louisville died Tuesday of pneumonia ami was brought down here Thursday morning 011 the 9:45 train The burial took place at Hanging Rock cemetery Mr and Mrs Sain Morgan, Hobert Al en and sister, of Falls of Rough spent Saturday with J. H. buckler and family. Mr. and Mrs Jesse Gregory went to I)r Craig's to have dental work one Mr. and Mrs H II Moorman spent last Sunday with her uncle, Dow Gregory. Mr Tice Tucker and fami y spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jess Fraize. Mr. and Mrs. Lonard Holmes spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs Eugene Percell. Jeff Ituckler brought a player piano to J II Ituckler's last week. Mrs Uettie Smiley died Nov. 10, of She leaves two little childtuberdo'sis. ren, a mother and one sister to mourn their loss. She was laid to rest in the Coy MM cemetery the funeral services werecondu.t d by Rev C. L. Itruington 1 BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE Tells How Tanlac Put Her proved Health. StomIm was here Ft i lav R. A. Smith wis in G.unVld Bad Hardinsburg Monday. Mrs. A. R. Crawford sptct Sunday at Toil City with her husband. J. H. McKinney, of Tobinsport. was the SsLday guest of Lis niece, Mrs. Win. Gilbert and Mr C bert. Miss Mary McCoy, of I'aion Star, was V. C. Mrs t th.-- guest iicr Chenault, but week. Mrs. A. L. L is was in Hardinsburg Thursday having dental work done. si.-tc- ach Back in Shape and to often overdrawn oung fellow is always The average hoping that some day he'll find a fortune ready made The trouble with most of us is that we want to have handed to us the luxuries that other folks have worked years to earn The poorest way in the world to get along is to neglect the little task you have to do because you know you're of th ing the bigger things 'e DfL. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... tsa& Office Hours: DENTIST Always 1 fcitgiy,,, In office during tllce hours Irfington, Ky. J Shelman of Stock Farm. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg, wasti.e guest Ot Mis. W.J. Schopp last WLek. Mrs. A. H. Crawford was the week end guest cf her daughter, Hf. H. S. English and Bro, English, of Ammons. Mr. and Mis, Grocer Stewart moved to Tell City Saturday. Sergt. Joh i K. K irbee, of Camp Z ichary T v. lor, spent Suuiiaj at home Mis. E lgene C inner was the Rtust of lira, O, E. Itub.'ngir .it Rome, Ind , Saturday. Mrs. E. J. Handy left for Somer.-t- t Saturday to keep house for her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Kissani, who was called to the tedside of her son, James, who is ill of puettmonia at Ft, Benjamin Ilai-riso- W. J. S.liopp was in Louisville l ist week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Singleton have moved to Cape Sandy to spend the winter. Hro. II. S. English ard Mrs English t Ne.v II pu balurdat . i: bere,.ul:ir appoint meat. ing Uro. E ,gli-Mrs. C. C. i : c an sou It It for ner home t.t Wvtl villa, OUOi Saturday, with hermotliei, after a mouth's Mrs Rachel Lty. motored 1 Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of lVrcy Jolly, deceased, are beie-b- y notified to present them, propeily proven as required by law, on or before Jan. 1st, I9IK. 1'. (V. Jolly, Admr. Percy Jolly, deceased. MOOK Mrs. H;ltie Hayes visited her daughter, Mrs Cariin Tucker, Saturday and Sunday. Riley Tucker and daughter, Mrs. Carrie Pile, went to Hardinsburg Saturday. Mrs. Henry Lucas and daughters, t Bitf Cliftv, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allgood last week. Miss Maud Smith visited Miss Eliza Pile Wednesday. Coleman Wilson and Marshall Norton were here this week buying tobacco Two Ijottles of Tanlac helped me wonderfully I kept on taking it until I had taken four bottles in all and my stomach is in fine shape now." said Mrs. Mary I.ovewell, 27 West Chestnut street Louisville, Ky "It used to be that after meals I'd b'oat up pretty badly and sometimes I'd I had feel like I was going to smother. a pain in my stomack , too. and often it would go up into my chest and under my collar bones. I was bothered with head ache a great deal of the time. "I read about Tanlac in the newspapers and finally decided to try it. As I said, two bottles of Tanlac helped me greatly but kept on until I had taken four and now I'm not bothered a bit with I have a fine appetite now my stomarh. and I think I'm feel ng better than I ever did before " Administrator's Notice. If you are not feeling right get Tanlac to day Tan'ac is a vegetable tonic and A'l persons having claims against the it has been made especially for you if you are half sick and run down. You estate of James A. lleavin, deceased, of hereby notified to present Can get T inla1.' at W edding's Drug Store. M.itlingly, are them, properly proven as required by law, on or before the 1st day of F'ebv, , Mi s Kitty A'dridge visited friends in I9I8. Klogawood Saiurdi jr. J, F. Knue, Admr. of Jav.es A. lleavin, deceased. Th" R iivicw church is being repaired this week. Mr. and Mr. Hermin C. .Iloway have IN MEMORIAM. moved into ihe render.ee formerly b) Mrs, Pnidtlla Oailowajr. Death of Mrs Sam lleavin, Sr. Mrs. C irrie Tucker is on the sick list. The slow circling wings of ilea h's Barn) Tucker weut to H irned Wed a'igel hovering so long over the home of uesday. Mr. Sam lleavin, Sr , defended Saturday Mrs Vita Tr.ckir visited Mr. and Nov. I7, and bore a'oft the soul of the Mis G. E Tucktr Kiiday. well loved wife and mother who hail IClisha 1'vin aud son, Archie, wiut to suffered with that dreatl disease cancer Horn in the year SSS she lived and died llarned Tuesday. Alva B isliam called to see Miss Sarah a native of lireckiuridge county, and throughout her 52 years, she was a pracCbu k Sunday. tical member of the Catholic church. Mrs. Mollie Robinson vidted Mrs. Marrietl when almost a child, she be Lillie Uuilcr Tuesu.t). came the inot' er of six childr n, losing Pvtf Hallmtu went to lltrdinsburg her husband and three children in an Saturday. epdt mic of typhoid fever, Miss Viola Kiper was called to the She was marr etl later in life to Sam bedsidi of her mother Friday. Ml lleavin, Sr , who with four daughters Rev. C. L. H uingtoo will preach at and three sous survive her. The funeral was held at St. Mary's of New Salem the lir ,1 Saturd.ty uiht aid I lei Bo :d.iy evening in December, and will the Wood's Sunday afternoon pastor paid tom bing tribute to her truly bigln a protracted meeting theu and the crowded Farmers of this tOMMSWlll have be chrisUaM ch t racU-Church gave evidence of the esteem la ke prt partitions for a tig gun to which she was held. Her remains were crop utxt ) cur. laid to rest in the country church Mr. ami Mrs. Meur Smith and chil yard where amid the song of birds and tin-1vii'cd Mr. aud Mis. A! but the bloom of flowers she wi await the TucKer, of Hardinsburg, last week. hi h id resureclion. visWaller Keutress, of A Friend Mi;. Mau l Fentress Satuiday aud it. Sunday. Flashlights. Lee and Clidc Tucker went to llarned Tuesday. The best way to hope for the btst is to dig in anil work for it. Now is the time to Subscribe Health, like utuny a bank account, is 1 1 111 1 King-woo11 I offer for Shelman Stock Farm 115 acres on a broad county road 2 m les East of Stephensport a railroad and Ohio rivt r, 20 acres in woods .'10 in cultivation 25 in clover remainder in grass, lime stone land part of it a lit tie rolling well fenced about 3OO rods of wire fence, some fine tobacco land, sle 1 w 1 JEWELRY It is GOOD if you buy it here. tSSfef! t3 f It costs no more and you have our guarantee as well a the article you buy. Our guarantee insures the high quality of your purchase, or its return if you hre not satisfied. T. G. LEWIS, good tobacco barn, stock barn 3uG4 ten foot machine shed full length of the barn, well and pond at barn, never failing spring, new six room cottage and ci3tern, garage, blacksmith shop and several other out buildings, about f00 bushels of corn 20 tons of clovsr hay two good mares, one horse, one tine j tck, two big Jersey mtlch cows, four Jersey heifer calves, nine duroc trigs, seven tumpshire hogs, two wag gons and lot of good farming implements will be sold all together if deA. V. Whilworth, sired. Stephensport, Ky. Watchmaker 1 Hardinsburg, Ky. j Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. x Co. Prominent Fiimer Dies. Mr. David Lawson, a successful firmer of Hancock county and wdiose home is near Hawesville tlied last Thursday DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. evening at his late residence. His death was quite sudden and due to neuralgia of the heart. Mr. Lawson was sixty four years of age and was born and reared in the county in which be died He is survived by his wife ami four children! June Lawson, Washington, 1). C, Russell Lawson, Adam Lawson and Miss E lua Lawson. Mr. June Lawson came from Washing ton to attend his father's funeral. 8:35 a. m., 9:48 8:35 a. m., 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class IB STATION C. P. A. PULLMAN SLEEPERS I Coaches Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY Notice. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to I)r 1'. IS. Dempster deceased will plea-call at my office in Glen Dean and settle. R. T. Dempster. e TRAINS LEAVE UNION City Ticket Office: Both R. F. PENN, Fourth and Main Phones 1134 E. M. WOMACK, G. P. A. Kasey Harned. Gtrfield, Nov. and Miss j SMe 26. K Mi . JAS. C. fvcCLOY T. P. A. E irl Harned ,1 b h of Dye" , were united in Hie holy bonds of wt .,t the BOOM of the groom's gsuii, M h, J. R. H liaison, Saturday evrni' g in the o' ese Of of ftiv relatives. Tne R-Grin. di , if Bnn.no. Kv., otliciu-t- l v. LOUISVILLE, KY. Home For the Week End. PRCICRIIIS CONOUPi N. V. SPECIALISTS. n NU CPILEPSr Corporal Chas. Eugene McOary and BVCMS02DfiS. TAHITI, BOOKP iv tte Jas. Ernest McGarv, of Camp LET A NO 1.S0 Z charv Taylor, accompanied BOTTLE FKlfc by their TOANVsurrettR. si ter. Miss Irene McGary, from Sacred Writ t4ar. New Law Firm. rt KliUUMIATMi Acadernv, Lonisvill-- , crme home Wfclwk.lU OH A card has ti.in reci ived at this office Saturday to visit their parents, Mr. and announcing that Chas. H. Moorman Mrs. J f, McGary, at Kirk. They anil Ernest Woodwuni nave formed a were entertained with u number of Lafe Wither accompanied by Jolwi, partnership for the practice of Uw, with to tlinutti at high noon, return-- i Dud. Will, Percy and Isadore McGirv, offices at 61 12 Inter Southern Life ig to Ii vinglon .Sunday afternoon in A P. Kiutt, Allen Khodes and Dick Building, Louisville, K . machines driven bv Walter Rhodes and Mattingly. H-a- by Mr. ,.i'i nmp.init-Hubert HUroed and ktkm Mollie Dyr They will Baas then home uetti tr. Th) wire FITS. ITS frk-tvl- s 1 Wt CAN DUPLICATE THE PUICE OF ANY GIVE US RESPONSIBLE A FIRM; AND IN MANY CASES If You Want Quality, Accuracy and Service DO BETTER. TRIAL. BE CONVINCED THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL Louisville, Ky. We Are Manufacturers. 'Ask Any Oculist' . i U.S. SENDS OUT Student who on May preparing for ministry IS, WIT, wet In recognised DRAFT CALL TO 0,000,000 All MEN Fill Registrants Required to Out Questionnaire Classifying Order of Call. MAN INVENTORY OF Flva Division POWER to Be Formed Depending en Occupation and Claims for Exemption Allowed Local Boardi Will Help Registered Men. Washington, Not. 10. Uncle Rnm has bosun the most glKunHc Inventory of mnn power ever attempted. Prepnrntlons for the second draft were started when copies of the questionnaire for every one of the nine million men registered for military service were sent to the local exemp- This questionnaire must he filled out by every registered mnn between the It ages of twenty-on- e and thirty-one- . will plnce In the hands of the government the life history of every registered mnn and will give a complete census of the men of military age In 87 trades, Industries and professions. The questionnnlre will classify all registered men for service. Classification of registered men In the order of their llnhlllty for military service will be the first accomplishment of the questionnnlre. Men will be clnsslfled In five divisions, the first division to be called the first and the fifth division last. - The classes and the order In which they will be called are as follows: CLASS 1. Single men without dependent relatives. Married man, with or without children, or father of motherless children, who hns habitually failed to support hts fnmily. Murrled man dependent on wife for support. Married mnn, with or without children, or father of motherless children ; man not usefully engaged, family supported by Income Independent of his labor. Unskilled fnrm laborer. Unskilled Industrial laborer. Registrant by or In respect of whom no deferred classification Is claimed or made. Registrant who falls to submit questionnaire nnd In respect of whom no deferred classification Is claimed or made. All registrants not Included In any other division In this schedule. CLASS 2. Married man with children or father of motherless children where such wife or children or such motherless children are not mainly dependent upon his labor for sti.iort for the reason tion boards. Capital S ock paid in, in cash f l5,nmi 00 Surplus Fund I MO 00 Deposits subject druggist, electrician (a) instruments $ 97.sil5.S7 lo check. repair, (b) motors and dynamos, (c) Tiass Dspnsiii .. 7277 ;s (d) wiring ; engineer, that there are other reasonably certain outside work, " chemgraduate, (a) automotive, (b) I sources of adequate support (exclud"9 991 3 ing earnings or possible earnings from ical, (c) civil, (d) electrical, (e) meTotal $i7.793 35 the labor of the wife) available, and chanical, (f) mining, (g) sanitary; facthat the removal of the registrant will tory worker, farmer, furrier, State of Kentucky forest ranger, foundry man (a) not deprive such dependent of support. Sct. furnace man, Married without children, core maker and molder, (b) hurness-umke- County ot Breckinridge ) whose wife, although the registrant Is mun; grocer, guard, gunsmith, We, W J I'iggolt and J. C Favne horseman, horseshoer, laborer, engaged In n useful occupation, Is not President and Cashier of the mainly dependent upon his labor for lawyer, lineman, (a) telegraph, (b) Hank, do .solemnly swear that support, for the reason that the wife telephone; locksmith, longshoreman, lumberman, machinist (a) drill press, the above statement is true to the best of Is skilled In some special class of work (b) general mechanic, (c) grinding our Knowledge ami belief which she Is physically able to perform W. J Piggott. President and In which she Is employed, or In machine, (d) lathe, (e) miller and planer, (f) toolmaker; mason, merJ. C Payne, Cashier which there Is an Immediate opening for her under conditions that will en- chant, millwright, miner (a) digging Subscribed and sworn to before me able her to support herself decently and loading, (b) drill, (c) explosives, this 22nd day of November, 1OI7, (d) timbering, (e) track laying; movand without suffering or hardship. My Commission Kxpires Mar. 8, ly'Jo. Necessary skilled farm laborer In ing picture expert, nurse, painter (a) J M i ei udon, house, (b) sign, (c) scene; patternnecessary agricultural enterprise. Notary Public. Suhscrihe now for the Necessary skilled Industrial laborer maker, physician, plasterer, plumbing trades, policeman, printer, quarryman, In necessary Industrial enterprise. railroad man (a) construction, (b) CLASS 3. Man with dependent children (not operation, (c) maintenance, (d) rehis own), but toward whom he stands pair; railway motorman, rigger (a) bridge, (b) building, (c) ship; salesIn relation of parent. Man with dependent aged or Infirm man, sawmill man, seafaring man, sheet metal worker (a) copper, (b) parents. iron, (c) tin; shipbuilder, shoemaker, Man with dependent helpless brothstableman, steam engineer (a) motive, ers or sisters. (b) stationary ; stenographer, County or municipal officer. structural lrou and steel worHighly trained fireman or policeman, a kerstudent, surveyor, tailor, teacher, nt k'ust three years in service of muteamster, telegrapher, telephone operanicipality. is tor, telephone repairman, tile man, Necessary customhouse clerk. typewriter, veterinary, watchman, welNecessary employee of United States qualifider, acetylene, etc. ; wheelwright, wirein transmission of the mails. Necessary artificer or workman In less operator. United States armory or arsenal. Many Questions Asked. Necessary employee In service of Persons claiming exemption on the United States. ground of being aliens are asked to is Necessary assistant, associate or give the date oi tlieir liirth. their birthhired manager of necessary agriculplace, the time of their entrance to this courtural enterprise. trjr the name of the vessel upon Necessary highly specialized techniwhich they entered and their compau-i- . cal or mechanical expert of necessary 'Hi. y i re inao asked, "Are yuu i. .. Industrial enterprise. willing to return to your native counNecessary assistant or associate try and enter its military service?" manager of necessary Industrial enterClaimants for exemption on grounds prise. of dependency must answer a series CLASS 4. questions, supported by o, thtr'y-mMan whose wife or children are aflidavits of the dependents. These mainly dependent on his labor for QusttttiNM e'e tuns) intimate, seeking a support declaration of the exact amouut of Mariner actually employed in sea money contributed to the support of service of citizen or mercliuut In the the dependent each mouth. liach regUnited States. istrant must ulso declure the umount Necessary sole manuglng, control of his Income for the past twelve ling or directing heud of necessary mouths and lb I . mount of his propagricultural enterprise. If a regls-- I erty, M '""I 'ersjm Necessary sole managing, controlmust stute tint o us a hptiBJ When you Telephone Smile ling or directing heud of necessury xhetftfr lie r ti li ae' if so how Industrial uces ui ich rent he MCeHMft iei I CLASS 8. a ii tu on pi nerty -i Officers legi .Ian e, executive or veil us Ida uui'ic it i i t in U. itti! S'utct. or of the pi nt Judicial of the ur. 1 wr t t?r stute, territory or Dl: irlci of Columh u ei!" ii redJT" la 'i i 10 bia. i'l-d. ls jo if wife iMlU'l Regular or d 1I7 on. due I Ui blister lu iy u lagV "De o or fOVf Mi bfNYi Maist;r, Clover;uH, C). of religion. v. 'U aer parents f vtXs u r, above-namestock-keeper, school. Persons In military or naval service of United States. Allen enemy. Resident alien (not an enemy) who rlnltns exemption. totally Person nnd permanently phynlcnlly or mentally unfit for military service. Person morally unfit to be a soldier of the I'nlted States. Licensed pilot actually employed In the pursuit of Ills vocation. Member of well organized religious sect or organization, organized and existing on May 18. 11)17, whose then existing creed or principles forbid Its members to participate In war In any form, and whose religious convictions are agnlnst war or participation therein. Boards to Aid Registrants. To aid the registrants In filling out these questionnaires and determining advisory legal their classification boards have been provided for each local exemption district. Disinterested lawyers have been taken Into service to nld In the general administration of the law. All exemptions made prior to this Kvery man not In time or revoked. the military service must fill out a questionnaire, and the merits of his MM will be decided upon again. Any person falling to fill out a ques- tlonnnlre Is automatically placed In Class 1 and liable for Immediate duty, Following the classification conies series of general quest ions. There then follow eleven other series of ques- tlons which tit particular cases rang-tofrom the man who claims physical disability to questions usked of men seeking exemption because they are divinity students. The general questions establish a most Intimate knowledge of the characteristics of the registrant. He must state every occupation at which he has worked during the past ten years, giving not only the name of the occupation, but the number of hours worked each week and a statement of his education. In these questions the registrant Is given the privilege of stating his preference of service, and mny state whether he Is willing to attend a night school fitting him for service prior to being called Into camp. There then follows a list of 87 trades and professions, and the registrant Is given space to Indicate which he has worked In and for how long n period. Occupational List. The occupational list follows: Accountant; artist, riniinutlc or otherwise ; auto and gns engine man (a) factory, (b) garage, (c) Ignition system, (d) murine engines; auto and motor truck driver, baker, band Instrument, barber, blacksmith (a) helper (h) forger; boatman, lioileiinakep, bookkeeper, butcher, canvas worker, carpenter (n) brigile, (l) cabinetmaker, (c) house, (d) skip chemical industry worker, clerical worker, con- erete worker, contractor, cook, ueniisi, detective, draftsman (a) urchitectur-- I (b) mechanical, (c) topographical; g per-MM- ri j w 1 ; f nell "j' . 9 v-- ", I'll j j Do You Stand Up All Day? Does your work make you tired and all worn out when the day is over? A corset ought to give you the support that overcomes that tired feeling. We suggest that you try a STRANGE TO SNV HE ENSJOVED NOTHING BETTER TMrN TO PUT ON HIS SOlED UNIFORM FsNb -. PIM SOLDIERS WITH THE REST OF BOV'CAN' TO THIMU. "THAT HE COMES A NICE QUIET "EEAMl" Too (JsLPAjsTC "The Live Model Corset" Back lace Up -- KABO to $5.00 front lace ram Report of the condit on of the The Three-Ce- nt Stamp. FIRST STATE BANK Doing bttsineS at the town of Irvinghin, Counti of Itreekinrnlge. Stale of Krn lucky, at the close of bustaeea on i lie l'tli day of November, 1917. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $t?8,.;.i..i! Ovtrdr fts, stored and sacawa' t I5701 S'.orks Botldl and other se curities Ml 26 Due from Hanks 30y.17.vS ! Cash on nam ... H. inking HoUSS, I'minliite (00 00 ami Pinters 6 2: j" Oihei Red Ratata Other ft S1I noi Incla led Under all; of above beads.. -- 2 ) 11111 ITT "Mai iS7.793 5 LIABIUTIBs t. faiaaell i'rint u n vv aeo. Good by, o'd stamp, it's nasty luc ; That finis our friendship so, When others fai eil you gamely stuck, lint now you've got to go So here's a flood of honest tears, And here's ail honest sigh Good by, old friend of many years Good by old stamp rood by. Your life Iris been a varied one, With curious phases fraught Sometimes a eh c , sometimes a dun, Yoat daily coming brought; Smiles to a waiting lover's f.ice, Tear- - to a mothe 's ye, Or joy or pain to e cry plac e Good-b- y, old stamp, good b ! You bravely toiled, and latter men W ill vouch for what I say: A though you have been licked, 'tws when Your race turned t'other way; 'Twits often ill a box you got (As you will not denv) For going through the mails, I wot GuOf-b- y, old stamp, good by! Ah, in your last expiring breath! The ta'e of years is beard The sound of voices hashed in death, A mother's dying word, A maiden's answer, soft and sweet, A wife's regretful sigh, The patter ol a baby's feet Good-by- , old stamp, good by! What wonder, then, that at this time When you ml I must part, I should aspire to speak in rhyme The promptings of mv heart? Go, bide witli all those tuem'riei dear That live when others die You've nobly served our purpose her,.- Good-b, old stamp, good by. Kugene Field 1 These goods fit snugly to, and support the ahdomenand hack they will help wonderfully. KABO corsets are made for you, made on the figures of living people. The "live model" system makes KABO corsets fit and satisfy. We guarantee satisfaction; if you are not pleased, we will replace the corset, or refund your money. B. F. BEARD & CO. I larhimburcf, K v. Rain-Kot- e The Lasting Roof for Roofin all Buildingl ii It's easy to sell a customer poor roofing-- ONCK. But if we were to, And next, order t somewhere elan, our that's one reason il pays to m;ikc HAIN-KOT- RAIN-KOT- E roofiug LKADKK. wo sell h sin adverU-eineEvery roll of of our good faith and Miuare dealing because it lives up to every claim that is made for it. nt RAIN KOTJE contains no paper, wood lihre, sand, tar or any other materia! that can warp, cr ick, melt, rot or rust.. It contains the Oe.st quality of fell and saturation. It will pay you to p!.:co your order with us for roofing. RAIN-KOT- E News I Your Telephone Operator FORDSVILll JAKE WILSON, PLANING l MILL COMPANY FORCSVILLE. K The BELL Telephone operator has mission in life, and her mission to serve you. Quickness, accuracy and courtesy are her essential cations. iionryosatsa' : Manager "XT" ' 1 mmmmmmmma!!vsr?x i Frequently, she called upon to act quickly in emergencies when age and presence of mind are required. e No more loyal and conscientious group of workers can be found than the young women at the switchboard. can be greatly Their service extended by your I i Q fU'torlal r. In LSBHSrS war-picturc- ' . CI i r AND t AND rLiE TELEPHONE APH COMPANY 1 The most the best a war-pictur- e Les' ie's At nSMS firat, in r ' as ' ' fmt Wri J n . (Hi.. Better let us p int Mat st itic ery for you . v price right " ; 4, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN I). BABBAQb. MM and Publisher OOF! m ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ciiRi?)fou Can G n 'Vf.. r . 28, 1917 club J01N mm rVfw EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charped for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. !ls' a aat . laMWi Every day children. of strength: every Thnnksgivine day, every morning a blesine vening a bundle of mercies, for each of God's Lea and Land." "Over is a "5 TBI SPIRIT Oh THANKSGIVING IN 1917. "We give thanks that in tho day of it- pride and riches our - coun- in less try ha not lost the will to succor the suffering and oppre-se- d fortunate lands. Wo are grateful that our security has not blinded us to the poril of ether nations; that our abundance has not made us insensible to tho need of our neighbors; that our liberty has not lulled onrmii.ds to forge! fulness of other peoples b wed under a galling yoke. We give thanks that our mm have not lost the iron of their Pilgrim forefathers; that they are willing to rally to the defense of freedom even to celebrating Thanksgiving Pay in the thunder of their guns; that life is not so sweet to them but they can lisk letting it in the cause of democracy." HOYS IN OLIVK DRAB. crowd at the depot, equaled to the one Sunday We haven't seen a afternoon since the days of the annual bar1 f cue. But you know it is and also as an emergency war measure. OR 'A NICKLE MHD A LITTLE ALL YOU NEED, TO GET YOU $1J7.0 OR $63.76. BRING THE DIME OR NICKLE INTO OUR BANK AND JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB. THEN EACH, WEEK INCREASE YOUR DEPOSIT THE SME AMOUNT." IF tCU HAVEN'T THE DIME OR NICKEL, 2 CENTS OR 1 CENT WILL DO. IN 50 WEEKSt ONLY" A 'LITTLE DIME, ' "STICK-TO-IT- " IS CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS $127.50 68.75 25.50 12.76 ' KUVt.TEl6ftJJ THI OR IF YOU' ARE "FLUSH" RIGHT NOW BEGIN WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT AND DECREASE YOUR PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. WE ALSO- - HAVE 60 CENT, $1.00 UND $6.00 OR MOPE CLUBS WHERE YOU PAY IN THE SAME AMOUNT.EACH WEEK.' a foregone conclusion that the sight of an olive drab uniform and 'bniss buttons" will captivate most every one and lead them where tuoy will. It was the sight of a few of the home boys from Camp Zachary Taylor, who spout Sunday here, tht led so many of the Cloverporters out on such a bleak afternoon. Ir was worth the pi ice, because the boys were such a splendid looking group of soldiers that most any town would be glad to claim them as "out boys." Sixty five thousand five hundred and 000 twenty square miles of territory in Grain eaten and wasted by rats and mice on many farms would pay all the Southern States iufested with cattle They are parasites farmer's taxes. e ticks will be released from Federal without a single redeeming characterDecember 1, and will be a rid istic. If you have rats on your premletter day for the cattle and dairying ises get busy before they eat you up industry in the South. This release and destroy your property. breaks all records in the tick eradicaPLUCKY KORNILOFF. quar-entin- 000 every year, an amount equiioleut to the gross earnings of an army of 200,000 men. THE BANK OF HARDfNSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDIN5BURQ, KY. We Offer You Total Assets Ouer $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods tion. Hlm-sal- f Russia's Famous General Mad 000 The banner pcrtiee iWx ul Ike Nation is proudly h ing from the Beard Hros. are feeding 300 head of a Popular Hero. New York Newsboy's Hume. It has 2 520 stars and every one save cattle. They are a picked lot, all even General Korniloff Is considered the of these boys have volunteered for service in the Army sizes and colors. They claim they are pluckiest general in the Russian army. seventy-livthe finest let of cattle ever fed in the The story of his career reads like a and Navy. fairy e GIVE YOUR WIFE A CHECK BOOK years there are thousands who do their own banking. Has your wife a bank 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. Woman e becoming a part of tin ".business life of tbe country. We strive to please the ladies. a account A CHECKwoman knew business education for a woman. ago a business methods. Today little is of A few a- - county. 000 Qtfl, Julian Byng, the MM of tho hour, looks as if he bad the G. N. Lyddan, owner of Park Ph.ce Oaragu and datcnniMlioa to oonqufir all of Germany without much Farm near Irvington, has just rerun ed effort -- and then wish for another Germany. from Eminence, Ky., where he purAccording to all present records Los Angeles, Cal., is the largest ing cows. These cows are thoroughcity in the United Slates to bo without ttloOOA Tuis city was voted bred and Mr. Lvddan's enterprise will be; appreciated by the farmers and slock "dry" last week by a maj irity of 2'.0UO. county. in costs no n ore raisers this chased of A. C. Crabb a load of breed- It sciub, There are a few homes in (Jioverpjrt which deserve service dags to raise a good calf than it does a on besides they always bring more the with two stars and tuey should apply for these llags. market. you A Christmas savings coming due this montli makes you feel like Thos. Lyddan has two Hereford baby own ilie woild whether you da or i"t. calves six montns old that weigh 6u0 pounds each, and two that weigh 6"7 A Red Cross seal on your letters and parcels is one other sign of pounds each the same age. Mike Lyddan sold H H. Norton nire head of Herfords that averaged 61 0 pounds for December delivery at 10 000 your patriotism. ::-- 000 5 Si J FARM crops, his John Hardestv sold Paul Wilson 16 citizen, head of beautiful Durocs Saturday. ooo They averaged 325 sold at market Bert Wells, of Glen Dean, No. i, has price. The local tobacco market has been quite active during the past week. 500 pounds of good one sucker and A. Buyers have been in every nook aud Wlioburry 8,000 pounds of the same type W.I.Owen & Sons threshed 6 acn s corner of the county picking up the best that they turued down an offer ot $H of rye and sold 2i bushels at $2 50 per crops unci paying lnh record prices. round. They waut $i0. bushel. They sowed 2s acres which is ooo Some dark crops have sold for as hiyh comiug up aud will soon be ready i r Zc.nr Dunn sold his crop of 3,000 grazing. as $20 rati ul and $18 and $10 the lowest, Mr. Owen says he gets fire pouccs ot" Hurley al ooo results from rye as a fertilizer tor other aoo crops. Hurleys are awavnut cf sight. TwenC H. Patati of tileu Dean, sold his ty Milan rouwi is do loagwconaMarcd, .f 8,000 pounds of one sucker at G. C. Garner sold to Willie rtd Ollie vQ ami ctrlp Bjytis have to talk MS uo any OTCp at tluie '120 roacd, Hi brother, W.lliam, has Adkisson a 05 acre farm for $1,000. He r.' not gatttBg 10 000 praatte, H. L sold 10,00 pounds i,f tobacco to Beat d prices. The bulk of the ci op h t. goal ll'ayin-- , l.'i.OOO aad their pounds. Both crops are Brothers at $12.50, $18.50 and $20. bawls aM i held oat ol the f.irmcis ucsi.ld. a iters. aoo There were sold last week over the ooo lames Smith, who bought the Ernest loose leaf floors at Uowliug Green D7I,- The loose lesf sale on December 8, Drjaraatta (arm, cimeup last week to 000 pounds of one sucker at a general proini. - to be an ittt resting cent la look alter his tun aud gtt thiugs in iverage of $18 00 for leaf, lugs ami thi hi .tory of tebaec.i selling. ParflMfajghafa to move IBM February I, 191M. trash. Kemember tbe loose leaf sale at crops are pl.tn Mr. Smith sold his farm in Daviess who have uot sold th-Hjrdinsburg Saturday, Decembsr 8, s nin,; to try this sale w:th a sample loa.l couDty ul t!25 per acre. this promises to te one of the best marIt will bo one of the Or their ciop. ooo kets iu the Green Kwtr district, Deary "Tellie" H'.and is 73 years old; bg.: MtUoes of the fai nujrs and toooo bacco growers ever held in the couuty. lean itd Mrs. Bland 48 years ago. They Cook & Wilson, of Irvington, shipped have al$ I t living cluidieu, one dead, last week two car loads of new Hurley. ooo Prices for Hurley oi the L mlsvlle aii:! IS oving praudchildit n. Hs bought There were quite a number of hogso. K. the larii' he low lives on 46 years ago heads shipped nom Garfield. marki t ist veek wt rr bigfa u MM twa trum J hu Dea l, deceased, and has C. Al 'ey, of Oraja u ooo on it continuously since aud h'idf-one for f2.t a il on, (. i.U) Uil lh"-Heard Brothers rtceipts of new to::e c uly, sold reared his large family. Mr. H aad says bacco at Hardinsuurg isarouud 300,000 R h..rdson, ot lh h:s dri"cn $ '"'g tolloverport pounds. 7. Ma one ahd. foi utie war bhd. ot oue sucker Mid al trcm lo "i aMaold them 'or .'cents and tobacco ut an average of cculs. Mr. Blund is Kats and mice are among the worst to $i7 75. st ill racing 1. :acc and hogs, ei.j lying animal pests in the world, according to Gorlc & C'o.'s b'g lata lo the Ameri-ca- Im haaltk aud iMHgl puces for his biologists of the Uuited States Department of Agriculture. y NMl WM prac lal m ,a Oi" ict.-- . Tobicco Ccn o 0.0 of the MltaMp tie iMv cliao d The toiled Stales 1) part me ut of From their h' a I Ml Mi among tilth they on the I. NMViNa n r' t a Mg bunch "f Hie.' ki rrld ;e cnui'x A (rleulti re ijsoid rs should bs placed visit dwellings and ttourootns to poluie was laallMMM 'y laraMf wlM intend to use aud destroy human loo I. Hurley thi I firm putchM-ilalrr-.-r- t Ikul Oiria ; Co. MM on Uh :r Und in order toiucnus. ye .:. Ill The rat carries buocnic plagvc aul pro! ofow.-- 1100,000 M ! MVt year's crp. By doing this now alMM J up In nu.... MM will M able to MMll mam other diseases tatal to i.an and Ud de il. p 'do"bt been rspi r slMe 11 or 'is, '. rreao t hey will Iv r nor ! dan . U come next i niimely eaths an ong n ma being sold awamp.d If Oleu PMM Rup- "it i lied ii tbe fall or 'hari ah w. .s of h. t y. hi cropo la.cOi pou .isof OMMMM MUf LiM ' MM ' o at wt. u sp.ii et in "'J ri t.. h & Warn ' "t i Mn ' Vr - wi .u ippuc- - b 't is estlms' d si ruts d itrov op Ifc " si., vriuj- - t more than S :00, ( XX) Ihf i 101 fp u ur' k ss MMMMMN v5J5 Mi average 300 pounds. They ougliDred arid beauties. His AND STOCK. will be around 3,OoO bushels. is noted for his good good farming and a high-cla- are thor corn crop Mr. Kup-per- t MM 000 I'etrograd. In this capacity be was dispatched to Tsarskoe Selo to arrest the czarina. Tbe scene that followed Ids arrival at the resldcuce of Nicholas Itomauoff on .March 21 baa become historic. New York Times. A tale. Short of stature, with a brislliug mustache, KoruilotT, who Is a geuerul of the Siberian cossacks, first becamo known during the Russian retreat in the Carpathians tn 1015. Against desperate odds he held out with his division till he himself was taken prisoner by the Teutons. For several mouths be was Interned in Austria und bad a very hard time there. d Iu 1010 he decided to escape. as a peasant, risking his life on many occasions, he walked hundreds of miles across the Carpathians into Itouuiauia. When he finally arrived In Russia be was greeted with unbounded Joy by tbe army. Ills feat also made biin very popular with the entire nation. This made It possible for blm to gain tbe great bouor, Immediately after tbe revolution, of being tbe first of the revolutionary army at FIRST STATE BANK V. J. IMGGOTT, J. M. HERNDON, : Irvington, Ky. Presideut!?r tgj Vice President J C PAVNK, Cashier J. D. LYDDAN, Ass't Cashier Insure With a Home Company A policy , with me meets every require-- E meat... absolutely reliable fire insurance for . 5 ad 000 MATTRESS ON A WARSHIP. Its value is based on FACTS not promises It is a stock company and you have no liability beyond the premium paid. Insure with t't. 000 I 000 e- ir 1 cur.t, . It la Both a Comfortable Bod and a Fins Lifo Prassrver. It must afford considerable consolation to the navy rectult to realize that the mattress on which he sleeps so comfortably nt uigbt will stand him iu good stead in ease of an accident to the ship. In fact, the very buoyancy which makes it such a couifoi table ed Is also tbe quality which makes It possible for it to be converted nt a moment's nor tice Into a life pie'scrver, says the Science Monthly. The mattresses are stuffed with ka pok, a lighter than cork material which is Imported from tho West Indies iu bales Nlmilur to bales of cotton. It la made from the seeds and silk of a tree not unlike the cotton wood tree, but instead of being in puffy balls the kapok Is In slender threads, which when compressed make a mass Unit is six times more buoyant than cork. Thin layers of the kapok are inclosed In strong ticking for tbe main esses Each mattress Is provided with tapes long enough to tie around the body aud over tbe shoulders. It requires only a minute to adjust them. l I'oi-ula- W. C. MOORMAN, Hardinsburg. Ky. -- iin a mr- - Women Are Businesslike Statistics thow that the number of women depositors is rapidly increasing. We realize that women today arm a big figure in tho business world. We n ti 1- -1 Ml 000 000 000 000 to Take. Mury, who Is nlways anxious to he in everything that goes on, lives In a small town where tbe long suffering minister still endures donation parties to make bis back sal ary. Just before tbe last one she beg ged eagerly: "run t I take souietbln', too, muv Flva-year-o- ld She Knw What their accounts. pay special attention to verV" o.-i- 000 hs ii, i s.),t. iMMfMI 11 - 00c "No. If your father mid I take some thing, that will be plenty." Hut tbe child could nut hen to glvo up tbe Idea 80 s'10 ra is" ked ' whole bouse lor somcthln MM ITnully she appcjir 'd gfoft itpnicliMr d worn .. wiih 1 draaa af Mr own. , Courteous tellers and clerks will gladly explain anything women want to know in the banking line. "IIM"I I''ke tll 1 Kee, hiug," she "PIMM it' Ml ic-" .. . ; of tt it take iaij i.al foe uny-- 1 I Id. an II art hPiaoPf; 3; f linsbtrg, Ky. composition rubber roofing. The Last ing roof for all buildings. It will pay you to place jour ordei with them WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1917 Dr. Vernon Hunter, who has hem ntcred at the Pout Oflllce atCloTerport. Kf living in Missomi, Is in Kentucky visI ess m atte r . as seco nd c iting relatives at McDaniels and field. While in Cloverport he was the THIS APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN guest of Mr. and Mis. N. H. Quiggins. ADVERTISING BY THE e The boys from Cloverpoit and county of lie :136th Inf.intrv, Camp Z. ichary Tnjlor, wlio spent SunGENERAL OFFICFg day with thiir homtfolks were: Corp. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Mike Tucker, Sergt Don Smith, Oscar BRANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Dawson, Pat HinUn, Walter Memlor, Earl Beavin, William Tate, Joseph I4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Jarboe, Sergt. John B.irbee, Corp. Hj-beLjons, Corp Nat Shellman, Jim 8. BO Pate. Por Precinct and city Officea f For County Offices f 6.00 $ 15.00 Por State and District Offices 10 Cor Calls, per line .10 Tax Cards, per line for All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Ghg Breckenrldge News. Repoit of the condition of the Announcement. For Appellate Judge We are authorized to announce the name of J. W. llenson as a candidate for the Democratic w minntion for Appellate Judjjc from the Second District, in the primary, August, 1018. rfW 7W 7W W w. . iW 7W JV( TWi 7V 7W77W7w77i7Ww,i,f7W OF CLOVERPORT Doing business at the town of Cloverport, County of Breckinridge, Matt of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 17th day of November, I9I7. ' BrecV-enridg- I UtOVMM .1)1 $145,2 Loans and Discount. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 679 IS Stocks, Honils and other Securities 114 9I2 O4 Due trom Hanks 89 626 71 Cash an hand 9 27U 81 61 78 Checks and other cash items. Hanking House, Furniture 0 846 7.") and Fixtures 8 ) 00 Other Real Kstate t i ADVERTISEMENTS RATE f f Ladies' and MlSSes' Coats $7.50. $12.50, $15.00 and $17.50 rt Ic Per Word Each Inierlion I red Society Ni'Ti Alverll?pr notify h editor when yon wini nlv rum in. 'INcontlnued WANTED H) or 100 acr.s. farm of uh-ui- i well imnrovi'd. near rarroad.- - W. It UIiish- eoek, 1 1 w, irsuilf win si.. Loetevtile, Ky WANTKn-- A FOR MISSES $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 Train Schedule on The No. No. L, H. & St. L. R'y. 1917. 9:1(1 Effective June 17, EAST BOUND nlovllle. Arrlvins will leave Cloverport .. Arr'vlrit Irtlnjrtorj Arriving Loulsllli No. 148 will leave Clover art.. Arriving I'vinitton Arriving foulsVllc 1 CloTfrport.. M will leaveIrvlngtn Arriving 144 .10:11 A. M 12:15 P - 4:5(1 P ... .. 5 A. P M 7:40 P ox A 5:51 A 7:15 A. M. A. M. Yi 00 P. M. P. M. :23 P. M. :f8 P. M. 9:00 P. M. Total Hll 709 LIAH1LITIKS Capital Stock paid in, in $ 110,000 cash The following is a list of gifts of Surplus l'und 6 0(H) money mads to Cloverport Chapter Undivided Profits, less exRed Cross slnct Us organization, July penses and taxes paid 3 529 0, 1917: Deposits subject Wednesday Club, Parctl to check $I3'.8I3 28 $ .tft.OO Time Deposits Post Salt 1.19 499 01 Mrs. Proctor Keith's Moth Cashier's checks 30 00 er Goose Entsrtainrrtnt I 2O9 r0 outstanding Cloverport Masonic Lodge 276 52 25 00 No. 133 (I58 Reserve for taxes Cloverport Chapter, Ordtr of 24 NTKI- i- farm hand to Work for a term of twelve months or more; mxrrled. -- Tluw. O. Iionoirhue. M irdlnMiurx Ky.. It. No I. W A A 00 00 WANTF.H To hujr a ply 111 In.' News Office. four-post- hed Ap- WANTED WAN rKD. MISCELLEANOUS New Line Vou to make extra money by 3O renting th it spare room or your vrrant hiui' hy ru"nlrt a Want Ad. In THE NKWS Sweaters and Knit Goods 6&L Style POW SALR I'OK SA1.K -- Two fl ellolsti ln OHWS good milkers. .. Owen Mays.-y- . r'tephensport, Kr. Arriving Evansvllle Arriving t. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport.... Arriving Flawesvlllo .... Arriving Owinshoro ... No. 14S will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport... Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson .... limHIIHINIIHIIUIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIMMimillltlllllllllM WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport- Arrlvlns Owensboro Arriving Henderson Eastern Star Mr. W. H. Bowmer 25 00 23 00 Committee Picture Show 7.40P.M. Emerson' Show Boat 7:45 P.M. K. of P. Lodgs 20 I." 7O Total StatF of Kentucky KOK SAI.K One registered IMiroc Jersey 80 B NSf two years old. Wilbur Chitpln, Clo('8 verport. Ky. j KOK PAI.E-- A lot of good Milk Cows. ' $310,709 24 He ird Hros.. Hanllng' urg, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. Cloverport, Kf. 1 LOCAL ITEMS. mmmMmiiiniimiimHimHiMiiitimiitimm Located permn.ntlv in Hardin1 burn, to the ncciipt Ilg offioe recently vacated by 00 Dr. Walker. best of our knowledge and belief. 100 A H. Skillmiiii, President 7:40 A. M. R. L Oelze.Asst. Cashier ... 9:00 A. M. $311.01 Total Subscribed and sworn to before me of two boxes shipped: Contents IIIIIIIIKItlllllHIIMMIinM this 26th day of November, I917. Sweaters, socks, wristlsts, scarfs, 19 My Commission lixpires Pat), 3, I9I8. each. I Ray Lewis Hejser, Notary Public doz. Table Cloths miitNnmiinrti ..11-51 1 Young Men Dance P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Con Slppel 1:00 A. M. . 1:50 A. M. Ladles' Rssding Club .. 2:17 A. M. Mrs. E Bowne 7:40 A.M. 8:30 A. M. Mrs. C. C. Richardson 00 Couuty of nreckinridge 10 00 We, A. 11 Sk iilinnii and R L Oel.e. 6 90 President and Assistant Cashier of the 4 00 above named Hank, do solemnly swear 81 Set Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST that the above statement is true Public Sale! I Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy Readers. Mrs. Clyde Morrison was in Louisville Sheets Napkins Tray cloths Pillow slips Hand towels Dish towels Bath towels 1 doz. will on 12J4doz. 10 duz. & 5 44 di:z. S1) doz. Swaths Miss Cleona Weatherholt was in Lou20,'j doz. Uandkorchiefs . isville Tuesday. 2 Afaghans. for cots Thos. Cannon motored here Monday of lied Cross phrislmas Seals Sale from McDaniels. for war against tuberculosis is now L V. Chapin was in Owensboro Monday and Tuesday. Miss Ray Lewis Heyser was in Louisville Tuesday shoppingMiss Eva May and her sister, Miss Eliza May, werein Louisville Thursday. Sunday with Miss Nell GreRory her brother, Ernest Gregory and Mrs going cn. B g Christm'as drive for new members will be started Dccemb r 1st, dur ing which every man, woman, and child will be asked to join the Red Cro.sS The local Red Cross is preparing a Christmas box for the home boys at Camp Zichary Taylor. These who de Gregory. sirs to have a part in contributing to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Britton were in the box, can sea Mrs. Bowmer, chairHalt Wednesday and Thursday on a man. Thursday. 334 doz. 4 iaa & 7 2 doz day coaches, To assure the safety of the meu in transit the railroads have adopted an average speed of 25 miles no hour foff nil tioop train'-- , xcept when freight cats, needed for the transportation of quipr.iect, are included in the tr.iius, the speed is then educed to 2o milts an hour. . Friday, Dec. 7th The sunny side of the silver lining Hon't be a wrt Oon't be Blu,nblanket. There are just ai gco-months on the calendar as were ever torn off. And every one of thetn sees a new number of Facing a Sugar Famine. Not for "love or money" could yon buy a pound of sugar in Cloverport late Monday afternoon and unless some of the groceries receive shipments the town is facing a real sugar famine A few of the house keepers have as MMh as a pound or two "horded" in their pantrie-- and (Say are treasuring it! as if it were a gold mine. The less for- -' lunate ones are reail.iug what it is to fast and in a measure can sympathize with the Belgians It la difficult to say whin the famine will he relieved. , VANITY FAIR the sprlfhtly timrhiml-that prims o RUUiy .Icturt-The statf-- , art, buiu.r, opera, dancing, ahopplnr. fulitona, bridge, sport, 4MB, aoc.nl giitet'en that and celebrities So ut n, magft-slne bunting trip. Mrs, Cordrey aud her daughter, Miss Cordrey, are in Eiiiabethtown the guests of relatives. Miss Rosa Newton went to Hawes-vill- e SOLDIERS TRANS-PORT- ED 5 Issues for $1 It you respond promptly) Rend no mony now unless you wish to Juat mull the ooupon today. often a MM Uoran't know he s saea cebrlty until h Wm hlxnaelf in "Vanity Fair." the llvrlleit nuia.:i ii. In America. Oat the chueio spirit. Special Offer t Loses Barn By Fire. IN Nick Nethsrton's friends will be :er y to hear of his loss by fire last week in Place ot when his ntw barn and 3OO bushels of corn, other feed aud a lot of farm imSafety Speed plements were totally lost His loss is around 180t with insurance of 4s0. Limit is 25 Miles Per Hour. The barn feed and implements rep. resent Mr. Netherton's year's woik. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 2i. He built his barn raised his corn and To the Editor: hay, bought his farm implements all The followiug statement, authorized this year. It cost him a lot of haid by Mr. Fairfax Harrison, in charcc of labor and to see In swept away iu a the Railroads War Board, has been few minutes is pretty tough wired to me from Wa.hinstou for release Sunday, November 25 Commissioner's Sales. Kcsptcttully, W. K. Hensky. Master Comuii: lorer Walls sold the property t the court housa Troop movement IgVrM to datt in folliM-indicato thnt the r.dlic.cids of this countrx door in Hardineborg Monday, The MfCaaa farm on Big Bar leg ppfoxiaMlet) have safely IrsiMporlad s kaoaaad oil 1.500,000 soldiers to trail iu Camps and road nearly 4OO aarn tal kition points since August 1; to Dolph Rich:irdsi:n ?lttr long and Spirited h.ddifC for 631131). s 100, gOp fl thtse nivii MMN m id'; j Tis Isiaa Co Tipton l.umou the new eqoirii.u Pal I KM! MM. On one of the lon; hauls S OOOmen were moved pik. from liaruinihurg toCatfis d wert OiH). Watch from a training c imp on the Western to Vic Robertson for coast to a point on the Eastern coast, a this place grow into a thing of beauty distance of 3,700 miles, in a little less under the upervisun of Mr. Itobertson. Pete Sherran bought a 50 acre Iraol thau a week. The men travelled in formorly owned by Shcrran Jarboe St sixteen sections, eiiC'u Willi twelve touiitt cars and two Co., for $1,265 baggage cars. Louisville Stock Market. In order to centralize the furnishing of sleeping cars lit points most con Hogs bist, lli.1 pounds and up vl.-jOvenieut to the Government and t 130 to 103POU1 ida tt.fO) pi tij.jO utilise these cars to the best udvanf tge and t0 liu 11. . uv P.. ..... .h.iaii .111. nr and I6 3.Hid L roggfclb SI!.' .jn.Os, .;ll4 00 u.,.imu vviuj'-u.u Sheup .mhv peivlsiouof '.hast ply and movement H y. at' liisb; M..(anda ftO of these tan fiom the haci'.arter:- Ol st sheep fH gg am! .5"; bucks, f si tit Conipaoy a t'nlef go to Washing-'tod jwu. Kaaa di in.ind lor gbajgg ock. wh.-rthoj stalitied Air. C. W. Henry, Assistair to tlie S. iperiutcide.it of Car Serrioi M'. I 'eery, in his IINTiSWOOD headquarters at the ofl. e of tiie Rail roads War Bean', has beer a dully Mrs Meadi.r b . hs.u .ipp.i rjted touch with the otlioe ol thi ijuwlsr-- i listress at this p. ice vlca MltfaJsMM I o cemasier Oenei d and, o reiraalgpad queits from inllitar : luth- r its for Bullar air.;i- - J n' dor aaa goM ga Miss sleep! ..v. car qulpm B , Iris Iwaa that u 'il h r mier, Waalslogtoa, D the ear WHM ItMlstd at 01 0 w.-'.coin-prMa; hj V. 1 a-B-e p.-s1 Vanity Fa r Thursday evening and spent sev- PULLMANS eral days there the guest of relatives. Mrs. Virginia Williams expects to On Long Journeys leave this ween for Evan ville to visit the Day Coach her daughter, Mrs. Win. Head and Mr. Head. Mrs. John Kincheloe and son, John Allen Kincheloe. of Hardinsburg. are here the guests of Mr and Mrs. C. W. Moorman. 1 W. 44th Street. X. Y. C. I accept your offer 0 laeties ot Vanity Kalr, beslnnlng December, for II. (Caaadlan 11 21, forelfn I Iruloae f (OR) Send me II 60 bill at a latar data. As I am malltnc this coupon promptly, you wilt please sand me the November Inane, free of charge, making 6 Issues la all. Nama tPlaass write vary plainly) Address City BUt P.P.L.-11-lt offer for sale g large part of the live stcc'.; on the farm consisting of I heavy mare mules, 1(5 hands high, well broken; 2 nice yearlimr mare mules; 3 registered saddle m ires, one in foal by Burke Cochran, the other a old and not bred; 1 black jennet, quite a good one; 1 old black Jack (Hen) und none better in the county. He is full 15 hands high and has all the bone and substance nece.-sar- v and is a proven sire of utility mules. J. A. Wat-goneof lardinsbui g, recently sold a weanling mule bj him to. I. L. Lucas, of Hudson, for $97.50, perhaps the highest price paid in the county this season. It you are in the hole, buy this Jack at a long price he will pull you out in about four months. I'm putting this Jack in to help lU'.ike up my sale and if you don't want him when knocked olf just leave him in my barn; 1 Jersey cow; 1 2 year-olJersey bull, and a nice one. Will alae sell a select lot of '200 pound, pure-breDuroc .Jersey gilts -- these gilts are all bred for March farrow. Tuey are Defender in blood line and have been mated to Col. O, K. 2nd, a fully developed boar. Y'ou can not make a mistake if you should pay $65 or $71) for one of these. Will also sell a few boars big enough for service. 1 d Sale will be positive, rain or shine, and will be conducted as my former sales have, on g high plane there will be no Sale to begin promptly at 12:30 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter spent Saturday in Louisville with Mr, Cartel's brother, Corp. Floyd Carter, at Cump Z ichary Taylor. Miss Addie G. Ditto and Mr. MulUne Keisker, of Louisville, will speed the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. aud Mrs. . D. Babbage. Corp. FlojdCarttr and Mrs. Carter re expected home S ituiday evening to spend Sunday with Corp. Carter's mother, Mrs. Fladge Carter. Miss Claudia Pate is in Louisville at the St. Joseph's Infirmery where she was operated on last Saturday. MUs P.tte is getting along splendidly. Rev. W. L. Baker und Mrs. Baker are in Louisville visiting Stev. Bker's paients, Mr. and Mis. Briber, uutil Wednesday morning when they will return. Let Pordsville Pibning Mill Company, Fordsville, Ky., furnish vou Raiu-Kot- e Dr. R. I. Stephenson DENTIST Has Permanently Loca'ad In Hardinsburg. Office in Masonic Builriintf (orinerly occupied b Or. II. E. Rotally H Irvlnglon, Kentucky KXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 30C nor Chas. M Dpupv, 3 :jIo Terms Made Known Day ol Sale. L. C. TAUL Insnra.'ice Office Why People Buy From Clovei port, Kentucky Stores That Advertise You have often heard people ask this question, "Why is it I never strike a bargain like you do?" That person is not a wide-awanor careful buyer and does not read the advertiseke Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, health 1 insurance. Old Reliable Companies ments in I Notice Effective Sunday, Novem- ! Engagement Mr. Announced. Whilwonli, of H '.t. vn THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS nt it'i Mrs. J. tBMtacce ,m ni ber 25th, 1917, L, H. & St. L. R'y. Trains No. 147 and 148 will depart and arrive at the Shops instead of Cloverport as h;rntotore. E. M. 0b ikIi 1, Mi 1 Clara Doouli! It vor'.li to Mr. BaisjM H;' iieConi btst, .il Mbt -- Kv. 'fie we.kllng will holi-davt.T place dariag the Chri-,inia- th.'ir W I t. WOMCK, l.1 I iiolnts needed As a r so' of t v. co-o- p r th- ;j 1... 1 I Mrs B K A' n is Kin .' sraad Pu i . fir Miss Whitwcn th is a fmiiK-- r .student V. of It rs;i of Kentucky and Ha ni(ti; :ro Sorority. lir. ( When a business man pays money to make a public announcement, he usually has something worrh while to offer -- something that is to your advansale, a nev tage to know. He has a money-savin- g of styles or extraordinary values if souk assortment kind to tell you about. 11 t; I 1i Pi ai n inf nd ,1 li n r I 1'ulli 'Iic-.- gggaat, ' 'iMp.ui ua Rdl I , ... cmf'j. set i.' (paired th ., i .. juvi' r .1 MM ' fin) 01" t Ri. Inker. m dac Uw gMg W II DacksJH i v. the .'Via flligai lr'ta .. m ! of Ihg V il it i sfllv llgei h graduate Kent c :y nnii a i. itt To 'ake advantage ot these tunitii you n ust gat its act Ttiu ntvnts. ; o por- Bpaj r ; raat s ecai w. thl . U of long train tri iu at agaarelc fa, ob irm tn r J it th' mail of them N'i nilt y. i 9 F T m h ws NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS -- im . T1TJrwrI HWWH ,niii)n" "I ' ' hi in i ' win vjim i The Penalty Goes on December 1, 1917! -- taxes are not paid by that time a 6 per cent, penalty will be added, and 6 per cent, interest until paid. The State Auditor will force us to collect these penalties. If you want to save cost and trouble, call and pay your taxes before December 1. All persons owing back taxes for 1914, 1915 and 1916, will be advertised after Dec. 1, if not settled. If W. C. PATE, Deputy Sheri i McDAMELS A. T. B 'Hi. XeWJ iclnridge County sister Miss Iva Wine of this city, who w tit to St IMlis two weeks ago to be Willi her br tlier in his last illness. L. C. Only Wnv didn't I A Regular rtl, of Bm (litisburff, was in tob-.cco- wait to be drafted. (0 this week bmiPK wii rertr ti'e lobaara at Dr. Hart's trarahOBM Bl this place. low i Tli J n n-- ar Keenan Succumbs. f ( iwyvHto, k ah Mrs Rtmbie, lliii. bat ci.iii,,hitrr, Mrs. Bue Praak, this week. Rev. J'hn Wiprhell, of Ekron, friemlv i.ud r BliVBf at IbiB ptaCB vN-Ite- d Week. I)'-- . J. H. II .rt vltlttd his rauthtr at W .i i Mill Monday. I r . ApMBria RbodM iBtMtlBg Mrs. Jot- Rhoth s this w i k Will Dunn was la Laltebield on fcusicesr. Wlllla and Prad Caaooa Btotortd Is afJiwbarg Wrcatkda on Mrs. Clara Da an ond Mrs. Am ni'a R dts wire guests of Mrs. Lei.j Tucker Tlmrsday afte:i;ooD. A Georgian in Retirement. Mrs. Anvrida Rhodn a"d Mrs. Joe Randal were dtaaat j.ucsis ot Mrs, WW D.iin Wednesday. When we ritireo, twenty vears ao, M . and Mrs. Lon Glasfcock motored our better half told us that the family to HaitUaiburg Wednesday on busi- would nut ri quire anything of us except to chop and bring in all the house wood ness. Mrs. Mamie Compton was the guest all the stove wood, bring all the wat, r from the spring, get up mornings, Of Mrs. Lena Tucker Thursday. make the stove fire, cook breakfast, Jim Feutress, of Leitchfield, was in fe 0 the hogs, work the potatoes and buying mules. McU.tDiels Thursda) s wo k acre in the garden Mis. Mark KrMtlBgBaBs, Mrs. Tom and to keep a garden the year round Woosley, Mrs. I'atltrson and Mug means a perpetual year's work and see of Falls of RoBghi motored tha' the little grand children d d not thiough Mel) miels Sur.day. git in the creek and did not get run over oy automooii s. That ah! Wcii-O-sdaI tu.-mr-' three-fourthe, Mr. L. C. Keenan. expired at his home Tar Pork, Kv Tuesday, Nov 2". The Stom u li trouble caused his death funeral was held Wednesday and the services were ill charge of the Modem Woodman of America. The Kev. J 1;. Knue acted as Chief Forester. Thi deceased was forty years old ai d w is th son Thotnafl Keenan mid the late Thoni s Keenan. lie is survived b his wife, mother and four children, George Hunter Kei iiar., Harold Keenan, Misses I, mile and 'tar g et B Ian Keenan. Two sisters, Mrs Ruth Bard tt, I'.el viilere Kan and Mrs George brown, Free, Kv , two brolheis. I'atrick Keenan, Little Rock, Ark , and Thomas Keenan, Tar Fork, Ky. Band. And be led to the tratfl toy Or get out by claim of Exemption, Gee wli dial hold up my band for Seven Years. Directory o! Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County i (!) Why didn't I wait lor the Banqn 1? Wliy didn't wait to be cheers. V Kur the aratted men go-- , tht cttuit, 1 iantsi.; gMajn L Slack Farm Oieii Vaiiey Mock Farm THE HOWARD oon. y. E. t '. FARMS Prop. Rl.: Prceiiitor I. M. HOWARD & SON. And I only Volur.ttt led. j (3) And BOW w, 'ro c IT for the trench' s And Bfl bad) knows it eaies. The or ' cf i.ur going is censored Uy the men in the isy chairs. (4) Glon tan, Ky. Polled Durban Cattle. Pcbrid China Hons. Sherl Horn Pc!!?fJ r. ' am a d Shorthorn CuiiJo. Hampiblre Slieep Catiie. Duroc Jersey Hogs Bat! woa I00Q Rlbboaa nt Stale Fairs Paal V'wk- Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Vears DdiaJat fn leei Hampshire Sheep Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. And there is no o hi re to cheer us No one to lieu a K.v tears, Who Wt I Al tftl d We are not the ot We arc ouiy tha TnltlBtaarti to) Hut when we were told we were going Acroat to the FIRINO liac, The camp went w.id With cheers And you could not hear any one whine. Valley Home Stock Farm g J IBII g S Thos. o'Donoghue Dealer in ":'S, PNMMBB nnl Hieeiler of Po- Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers in Hardinsbjrg, Ky,, Route .j ft,!1 cuiiiJ Ky. 1 Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Poland China Hogs a Specialty F-- land China ttogi and Plymouth Rock Chickens wiiCU LUiiiutii d rv,..i Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Tobacco Mali I. lOltOI, Osier m And to night as I sit here and scribble With a scrachy old pen, Tnere is a smile on my face and I am ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Proprietor Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irvinxton. Ky. Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder happy I am in G. P. MAYSPY. camp with a bunch (7) of real Men. BREEDER OP 'of Farmer and Buyer of L Perhaps some day In thf future When a little boy sits on my knee, e And ask wh it I in the great War And his little eyes look up to me. do-.- Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 2. Hertford and Jersey Cattle a ive Stock and Tobacco fcusivi , it; . (8) I will have to look b .ck into those eyes That at ma so trustingly peer, A id confess that I w is not Drifted That I was only a VOLUNTEER. Burley Averages. $30 Greensboro (Ga A A ) Herald Journal. DRURY'S STOCK FARM C. H. DR11HY, rrcp.-itto- r Ho.ljicnville, Kv., Nov. 22 There spiiited bidding on the looseleaf Boot y. : rlav. Wail tobacco was of grada, pi ices mux and inferi-from fl.5 to the It 0 pounds on Burley lobftCCO, $13 oJ to gtLgO 011 dark tohu-o- . Thaawragp on 81,530 pounds of Hurley v.as ira''..-- Ifea V pounds; on lS. 7." poni'ds dark was 17 6b the UiO puum:: . Bcvaral croni avatagjad over (Joe crop of tobacco $3) on BurlaV gwajtagjail lf. The tobacco continues to come in lare quantities BB.lfclariwg tht sea' Jii Was tut-Hu- m ! Hunter Rewarded. S Farmer and Breeder of Park Place G. N. Lydtian GLlN DEAN Miss .Mai.ei Howard raalguad her arh u 1 it Irrlaginn la take 1 pnnitwMi at Wmhlagt rtr She will leave Wcdoaaday. d a splembd V, I' I', rci The It meets pr1.4rn.il la t BBniltiy i.l..:... evci) I u lay. I.ou Moorman went to gyjedavlllfl Sunday, wbeie she will spend ao 11. tiuic with her sister, .Mrs Creler Mi-- s IBM Thomas J. Wine s Oeath. 1 gkMNfJi Waa IfjBt Tn I'V j of 'him.".j Wiaa wiba nan ad away at his bom 1 n St L m s, Ho . thai taaaiag i'oi BMM '.one .Mr Wine a' j o'i laal is not in lu gawWh ahta. kt ha' cona d to ag bad Bavaaal da he on tor di be a u u lore a for tJii" bad it v. ' ' .1 r 'itf I'e wan nr. d in turn to iht. lent hereto relatives teliui; of the death 'i ntd 11 1 oie m j .0. U- - Win. wai ..f e.j 1 ve ya;-- r It ' ., ay rid rnl ' Co. D. loth afantry, fjtittBjr BrU. askeo the ju ye "A hunting licenst V" Canal Zone, Panama. No," tha MBWafa ' Aye tunk Aye nunc hunting long enough Aye Persian Wars. want a marriage license.'' Every Ti ne BMWbaln Brai i.ever prodneed In bodt'a Maguz ne. I'eisiu, but hard iaata porcalatal In Persian forms and at .vies of tie. oration was POISON GAS NOT CHLORINE Biude in CMm i'or the Catalan BUUktt VYtaa ewers with powdor blue :luze and Kold gVtfghsM dc iation. sinuU Substance Alone Could Never Cause vase and bowls with bronze luster Agony and Internal Injuries Retlaze mill designs reserved In white ported From France. tre found in collections of Persian wiire, Pittsburgh, Hi ClMwlM Is not the Chinesebut these are unquestionable of OfgfBB, Bjbatunco from whleh poison (fuses Is intidp on the Ihtropeaii luitilefronts, Frequently ths Case. to n paper faad before the "We endeavored to keep an Recount Aim rlenn BaetmciMBlleBl soeh'ty of our expenditures, but, alter all. It delby Wlllluui I). Murshnll, didn't Kive us a very clear ideu or egate. where the money went." "Dnrlns the first fggf of the war," "Why not?" IBAd, Mr. IfandMU "reports from "Hecuuse both niy wife and myself; ubronil friuiieiitly Bagskgd this shle bud too tunny items ll lit we wanted to u used tn the elTeet that chlorine list us sundries." I.amli. In the form of gus uttucks, releusing It or containers, from cylinders, Opportunity. tiKiiinst the position of the enemy. My It is a maxim ggiaad upon In ggfffc own experience with chlorine, us well gatklag must be done loo us what I have heurd from others on culture that late, ami, aitin, IbaJ everything BMUg the suhjtirt, leuds nie to believe that It bu dune m lu proper seiiso.i, while alone could never huve caused such there is a third prevei t whieb iiuiiiids iiKotiy and Internal injuries us were deus that opportunity sM BM never be scribed, hecuuse lu my prui tlce 1 have regained. IMIu.v the I Itler. never seen nor heard of miybody per-- ' mnnently Injured by liihiillug chlorine, Makes For Trcabla. althouKh the temporary lncouvnlanHM "Just becuuse u tun Is ilways Klvlng mid puln caused by it seetced ut times himself away Is n alflg ibg be hu u jro thcr serious." Keuerous disMsltloii.' p- rl Tin a deadly Zti.'lur thai "No, It Isn't. Hut unless bi. baa Mr. Itrshnll sld thit chlorine a geuerous dsBHHMlati It'a a win tbnt bte. hot UaaH lor ur gjm oaes lu bt la always ii t l atei " !Urn n;; utiirnti o an ioda, etc. bam Ate Hi ra I atlo w.-.i ii 11 i niU-glvlu-- appeared at the cou'y jaclc's rtfu- ;.ud asked for a license "vWiat kiuu of a licen.st.?" young ..;. WaMace Green, 1st. Sergt. Co M. SMth Infantiy, Form' y from tho IJf iiu'nr Army tUttstfrsd Oiircc lmzy D. S'sgs Sews, Bor.rs and Gilts For Sale Irvinglon, Kj., R. F. .;V- Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. This Space For Sale Ho. 1 " ft-- . .,..-- fc- - 1 Henry Ticnt IJ.W. Trtnl S fa tP.X t'ilili ; O- Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and f r.1onthiy and Annual Report Cards for COUNTRY SCHOOLS Ky. I printed a few hundred neat and attractive monthly, and annual cards, that are designed to meet the requirements of the rural schools of Breckinridge county, and are, according to the teachers vi ho are using them, complete in ev.;-- way. VV e are st 'ling these cards tJ the teachers at lc each, and, as hardly any school will need over 50 or CO of them the cost is small com-pariwith the time it usually takes to fill out th'j old style card. Snd you- - orders direct to this office with yo'.i remit; ance. Purchaser to pay postage. hits just re-po- Sale Stab!o Hardinsburo;, The News rv R. B. AkGlothlan bcal in SeconJS J ajuMjoo ds j d Cuintsf Solicit RYlNdTlK, , KY V. G. BAB BAG E ATTORHIY Get fKf Kates for CBfatHiBg Mortj, ',ea by t lit in t ie Ciic. -d 'o',s at. Cou.t. J - tlovt orl, . e tuciv, Wf; vVpuld lt.it'. r Ttich r: births'? of wh, i. what mm A y," mobll l," i'r "I' I t ' tv t ' THE i.-a . bjj:"A,ia . ;! i TNRiDGE CL( m INEWS, PORT p KY. nBa ,r Uoy Switzerland is Genuinely Neutral Says U. S. Envoy WHO DRAFTED THE BIRD? A COMItft-OftrV- M By Art Helfant W TVJO PACTS.. VOU PLEASE" To Doctor French Infants GMMMI us fob ) poos. $ovE JBL Y - DROP r aroun' next 1 WONTH.AN'I'U TAVX TURKEY WITH A. REPEAT TH' VJORD -- TURKFy AGAIN'.'. J , .1 i -- . , ... "V v 4'- v. ' This chnp to dina? on some tuck-efoooe(?,6k hns changed his am40'. FOBM OF CAVvOUFlAGE'... K WAX F16U&E OF A TURKEY BEFORE 0u AMD EXPANDING VOOC MA&iiWlON A fcT ' voo ABE &OONS TO BEUEME THM TH' CAuORiES VOU ARE BATTLIN' WW 5 TO'Nl FOOD A NDAJ PUSCMi PNET ONE" PAR.T TVJO 1 V&3ir . BRDS OF A FEATHAH DERE NHT NO SI' 6A ) IjfS UStDTO ) iHSJ Little Switzerland, .tucked away In central Furope among the high peal: neuof the Alps, is maintaining trality steadfastly and resolutely, perhaps sometimes against odds, Hut it is not departing from it for a little This is the mc-sminute. that Plea-aA. Stovall. United States Minister to that country, bringl here, lie is in Washington on his first to this country in four years. In conference with government officials he made it plain that Switzerland deserves every courtesy and right that a neutral country could expect. He is making an effort to facilitate the export of food supplies there from this country. It is the claim of the American envoy that Switzerland is one of the few genuinely neutral nations of Europe. it-- ; c vi-- it 'Q, ( N (Tra' U NO IWOQt Hi TUAM.Cfc FOR TiE" . 190 r--V 1 0 TUUKty f ow V?SJV jjyWN EAT N n rX r dtocry PLENTN OF IT "0 i FATHER. CAM AT ACES CH'tOREN.. MP (ntDSMrooa LEAST now F05. THE Ud THIS MAN HAS A PICTURE" HIS SHOWCASE" OF K'TUOk-'IHEHCE THE CONGREGATION! OM THE OTHER SIDE ! OF CUTTING ME BlliD.THAT DOESN'T COST fsN"y THING NET.. J Dr. Mai el H. F Uancroft, of Km OranKe, N. J., is :he lir-- t trotlNM in the service of the United States t' l;o t ) France with the sanction of the govern mrnt. She will lie infant inspector for the Infant W elfare ( ommission in 1'aris. She will sail ikortt) to HHMM her duties. CELLARS OR CAVES Particularly Desirable for Stor- age of Many Surplus Vegetable Crops. SUPERIOR IN MANY RESPECTS Outdoor Affair Can Be Maintained at Uniform Temperature Over Long Period Ventilator Add to Efficiency. hv tha TTnlfo.1 flt.taa nnnnrt. ment of Agriculture.) Outdoor storage cellars or caves are excellent for the storage of many vege- They are particularly deslr- tables. able on the farm, as they afford con- venient and Inexpensive storage facili- - fPrn.rMt ties for surplus vegetable crops that otherwise might be lost. They possess all the advantages of the storage room In the basement and are superior in many respects. The outdoor storage cellar can be maintained at a uniform temperature over a long period. It Is possible to keep the cellar cool and quickly to reduce the temperature of An Outdoor Storage Cellar, Typical of Those Used In the South for Storing Sweet Potatoes and Other Root Crop. It Consist of a Pole and Plank Frame Covered With Sod and Straw. the stored product to the desired point for safe stordge by opening the door during the night and closing It In the morning before the air becomes wurm. All ventilators should likewise be kept tightly closed until the outside air is again cooler tlmn that within the ccllur, when they should be opened, unless the outside temperature Is so low us to he dangerous. This safeguards the product und adds to the efficiency of the storage chamber. Vegetables can be mote conveniently placed in such a cellar thun In the storage room In the basement of able. dwelling. The excnvatlon in the hill should be When the chief use of the outdoor of the approximate size of the cellar, storage cellar is for storing turnip, using the dirt for covering the roof beets, carrots, und other root crops and for bunking the sides of the struccommonly used as stock for food, It ture. A frume Is erected by setting two rows of posts of uniform height in should be located near the stable, where the muterial will be convenient the bottom of the pit near the dirt for winter feeding. When It Is to be walls and a third line of posts about 5 through the center used for vegetables for the table thn feet higher, cellar should be accesalble from tho of the pit. These posts serve us supkitchen nt all times. If apple or ports for the planks or puncheons other fruits are to be stored In an out- forming the room of the structure, as type of stordoor storage cellar It Is desirable to with the The cellar, one age cellar already described. have a for vegetables and one for apple, with door Is placed at one end and a vena ventilating apparatus In each com- tilator put lu the roof. The whole structure with the exception of the partment. above-grounvege-tnhleabove-ground crete. The type of outdoor storage cellar described above, while low in tirst cost, is short lived, as the conditions in the cellar are favorable to the decay of wood. The concrete storage cellar, although rather high In first cost, as compared with wood, is I permanent structure. Concrete possesses several advantages over brick, stone, or other materials. In the construction of a small structure suitable for the home it Is possible to make And to emthe roof ploy unskilled labor, thus lessening the cost. It Is n simple matter to waterproof concrete, a feature highly desirable In a storage cellar. For detailed information In reference to the mixing and handling of concrete, the reader Is referred to Farmers' Bulletin 401, entitled '"The In sections where lew temperatures Use of Concrete on the Farm." The site for the concrete storage prevail It is necessnry to lusulate the storage house so that the vegetables cellar should be selected with the same type considerations in mind as for the will not freeze. An cellar, namely, a of storage house much used In many convenient location, preferSMtkNM of the North has thick walla filled w'th lnsuloting material, such ably a sidehill, into which It may be as sawdust or shavings. The construc- built. The excavation should be Just to serve tion is of frame nnd the walls are usu- large enough for the dirt walls concrete. ally 10 to 12 inches thick. Both tha us the outside form for the Is inside and the ontslde walls are For that portion of the wall which sheathed with matched lumber so as to make them airtight. The rafters are celled on the under side with the ( Kit same material and the space between the rafters filled with dry insulating material. The use of building paper tu the roof and walls of the storage r house Is of great assistance in In1 sulating it. 1 A type of storage cellar much used In Northern sections of the country Is built partly under ground. The walls are of masonry and extend to u point just above the surfuce of the ground. On these walls plates are set and a roof of frame construction erected. The roof structure Is ceiled on the under side of the rafters and some suit- End View of an Outdoor Storage Cellar, Showing the Frame of Posts able insulating material, such as dry Covered With Planks or Puncheons suwdust or shavings, packed in the and With Dirt. Additional Protecspace between the rafters, und then tion May Be Given by Placing Mathe sheathing, paper, und rooling manure, Straw, or Corn Fodder on Top terial are applied. This type of strucof the Dirt. ture Is preferable in many respects to the type, ns It Is eas- above the surface of the ground a ier to maintain the temperature nt the board form must be used. The Inside proper point and Its insuln'ion is a form is usually made of board held comparatively easy matter. in place by scuntl'ng spaced about 18 Protection from freezini; may be se- Inches apart. Temporary supports cured with a simpler type of structure should he placed across the top to by making it entirely underground. In carry the form, so that it will be of order to avoid steps down to the level the size and shape desired. The side of the floor, with the consequent extra walls and roof should be so constructs, labor in storing und removing the ed that there will be no Joints to weaka sldehlll location Is desir- en the structure. The form for the ahove-ground well-draine- d decay-resisting above-ground wood-frame e Construction of Cellar. As the root cellar must be weather proof, that Is, capable of being kept free from moisture and free from frost, its type and construction vary with the geographical location. In the southern portion of the country tho structure Is usually entirely nhovo ground and protected by only n few Inches of sod Jtd with straw, leaves, etc. In Northern sections outdoor Storage cellars are made almost entirely below ground nnd covered with a foot or two of earth. Storage In Regions of Mild Winters. storage cellar, suitAn ed to conditions in southern sections of the United States may be built on a site at slight expense, A row of posts may be set 5 or 0 feet apart, extending 7 or. 8 feet above the surface of the ground, with a ridgepole placed on top of them. Against eaeli side of the ridgepole a row of plunks or puncheons Is placed, with their opposite ends resting in a shallow treach 4 or 5 feet from the line of posts. The ends are boarded up, a door being provided in one end of the structure and the room covered with sod to a depth of 5 or 0 Indies. A good type of outdoor storage cellar built along these lines la shown lu the illustration. Storage in Reglona of Severe Freeze. portion occupied by the door Is cov-ered with dirt nnd sod. The thickness of the covering must he determined hy the location; rhe colder the climate the thicker the covering. The dirt covering may lie supplemented in winter by a lnyer of manure, straw, corn fodder, etc. Outdoor storage cellars usually are left with dirt floors, as a certain degree of moisture Is desirable. These cellars may be made of concrete, brick, hollow tile, stone, or other 1 not too much, nnd nddltlnnni protection may be given by using a supplementary covering of straw, fodIn severe cold weathder, or manure. er both the top nnd bottom nlr ducts must he closed. It Is well to cover the outside ends of the air Inlets by woven wire In order to prevent small animals from entering the storage cellar. Is President of Portugal Visits Spain; Welcomed As Neighbor By Alphonso material. Outdoor Storage Cellar Built of Con- MATTINTiLY Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sapp, of Have, lock, Neb visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin I'ate and Mrs Frank lirickcv last week. Jim and Will Woods, of Camp Zacli-arTaylor, came home Saturday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs lien Woods. Mrs James Hrickey and children are visiting relatives at Leitchfield, Ky. Mrs. Tom Hrickey went to last Saturday to visit her children, Mrs. O. W. Sanders, Miss Irene Hrickey and Mr. Sam Hrickey. Mrs Sam Heavin died at her home near Kirk, Nov. 17. Clint Frank is visiting relatives atTcn-MMlud , and Kvansv illc. Mr. Samuel Jackson died at his home near Mcytiady, Nov. 23 His remains taken the following day to Tar Pars Christ an church, where the fune ral service was condia trd by Kev. I.'s ie D. hart The interment was at the Tar Pork graveyard. He leaves two dangh ters aird a host of friends and relatives to ni mm his ss. Truly a good man lias , w-'- re j 'eHy i goie. 1 GRFIELD. Mr anil Mrs Vic Kobertson, of were here Thursday. Miss Nellie AdUisson is visiting Miss Ida DeereU. We are glad to see Clements Priest out again. Mr. and Mrs. Mclistes and children, of Owcnsboro, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hill Stinnett last week, Virgil Hewed, of Dyer, was here Friday. Mr and Mrs Abe Itruiier were in last week. Mr and Mrs David I'enick and daugli let, Margaret, spent the week end with his parents, Mr and Mrs Dick I'enick, of near Custer. Mesdames I). H. Smith and Abe Dow-eare on the sick list. Miss Carrie Mabel McCoy is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Taylor Dowell. Mesdames T A. Cray and daughter, J I Harrison, were in Ilardinslnug Sat unlay afternoon Miss gjthel Meador, of Hanlinshui g, attended church here Sunday. Miss lilla Dowell, of Louisville, is vi it relatives lure. A number of the boys from this com nitinity who are stationed at Camp Z ft ary Taylor spent the week end at home celling may be slightly urched by setKoy Snyder lias measles. of posts through ting a temporary-linA plate Miss I : Hi e Pool had as her guests, Sunthe middle of the excavutlon. placed on these posts u few inches day, Mr and Mrs Tom Frank, Mrs Cohigher than the height of the side ra Priest and two sons, Opal and Clemwalls will ullow the form bourds to ents, and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Heaucliauip be laid crosswise of the cellar, spring- and Mr. and Mrs. Haruian Aldridge ing the ends down and securing them R A. Smith, of Steplieusport, d to the forms for the Inside of the his nepeew, D. II. Smith, Sunday and walls. The whole structure with the ex- Monday. ception of the portion occupied by the Mrs. Ceorge Heard is visiting relatives door, is covered with earth to prevent here. freezing, the thickness of the earth Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bruner visited here covering depending upon the geographical location. In the colder sec- last week. tions, of the cjiuDtrg. 2. or a feet Misses l.ucile lilack, Myrtle Harm, I, Ozzie Davis, aud Nell Springate, Messrs y . Seldom, if ever, have the rulers of Spain and Portugal co:::e together on neighborly visits. It was only recently that matters of grave importance anted Dr. Bernardino Machado, president of Pnrlngil. to visit the Kins Alphonso of Spain. The picture ihowi them together at a railway station in Madrid, where the reviewed the Spanish troop. The picture is one of the arc photographs of European raters which have nvrc In thin country rrcp'" Cliff Gray, Koy Spriugate and Kai ntst II. lined, of Caster, attended church here Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs Huhhin! Horseley and children Were week end guests of l.er Ulster, Mrs. Sheliie Oliver. Packers Now in Great Government 1 Trust u. S. Will Take Over Ohio River Shipping. Ohio River ship ping will lie commandeered by the to relieve the serious freight tieup aud aid in the transportation of It will also be utilized to munitions. carry fuel to manufacturers who have big war contracts and who have hern hit haul hy the fuel famine due to the height congestion, investigation by the A preliminary War Oenaftment, instituted to determine the extent to which river transportation facilities here mav be used to re lieve the coal shortage, which threatens to hauipei seriously the war piepara- tions of the Oorerneaent by loreing the suspension of mam plants in the Mouoii-gahelOhio and Allegheny vallejs, has developed information of Sufficient significance to warrant drastic action to compel the use of thousands of tons of shipping now lying idle ill this vicinity Tills became known today following the departure from Pittsburg of Major John Stewart of the Kngmeers Corps of t lie War Department, who came lie e Monday to take charge of the investigation lie will return here later this week with authority to use whatever measures may lie necessary to relieve No announcement lias the si oat a mi been made officially as to the Governaction, but information from aument's thoritative sources is to the effect that water facilities of this district will be put into use within a few weeks. (lov-mu- l'ittshurg, Nov. ll, ll At no time in the commercial history of the United States has there been tajeji a "trust" as that which is now ivcrnment being fostereil by the under the direct supervision of Joseph P. Cotton, a lawyer. The "Trust" is readily admitted to be the greatest ever known, and it Includes all of the packers of the country. The plants where foodstuffs are put up are all included, aud, indeed, all are licensed. Mr. Cotton, who has just assumed direction of the "monopoly," says that the packers of foods have all assured 011 a basis him of full that admits of no excess profits which the public must pay. '.a 1 Notice To Tax-Payer- s! I The Penalty Goes on December 1st, 1917 In Hardinsburg Office Every Day We will be at the Following Places on said Dates Glen Dean and Custer, Wednesday, Nov. 28 McDaniels and Mook, Thursday, Nov. 29 Garfield, Friday, Nov. 30 Hudson, Saturday, December 1 Now this is our last time we can meet you. Ii the taxes are not paid by Dec. 1st, the 6 per a aa rl alsawt n nil, nnH v pci itiu AittA csi ww aii aaIIaaI o1Ia1 inc. Go ptiitin t aiiu tt nnn Ann! inimnnci varill i r auucui TIia cFiat nuuiivi Jc yuiuy tu iniinn nfi m cuucvi is tnlnn tuitc us the penalty. If you want to save yourself cost and trouble, please settle by Dec. 1st. n l-- -- 'Sj? A. T. BEARD, Sheriff J. s&mmMmsmsmmmmMmmmmmiia IRVINGTON Mrs l'otnp McCoy bnal returned to Louisville baring spent strata! wcc!.s with her mother, Mrs. Niuh Bandy. Mrs s p. Parki tad Lieut Wilbai l'arks spent last Tuesday with Mrs Parki at Walnut ('.rove. C, i). Hock, Owcnsboro, spent the week end here with his family. Mrs, Mary Sippei has gOM to visit relatives at Clovcrpoit J. T. McKt Ivvv , Louisville was in town Thursday Miss Nina JU, Ovvenslior ami Will Morgan, Chicago, were visitors of Mrs Adele Conuiff, last week Mr and Mrs. Jonas Lyon and i O. Bailey motored to (ilen Dean last Sun day to see Mrs .Mi.llie Dempster Milton (ireeu has gOSM to Sputlsvil e to visit his parents. Ted UopWOod, of I.ewisport, is tiling his place t the de pot u The Study class will meet with Mrs Vj W. II wes, next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'eloek Misses liiniu KulltD idcr. Ml Vernon, In Minnie piilleiiw ider, Minnie Hatfield, and I.01111 Hatfield, Little Ileud be diuuer guests of Mr and Mrs J 'day. K. Bramlelte on Thanksgiving Day. Rrv Mrs. P II Ryan were ten Mesdames Julius Sipel and Qnofgjtt dered a donation party. Tuesday after (iilpin were in Louisville last week noon, by members of the Women's Bi- Mrs. Paul Wils ass sted with the ble Class. work at the First State liauk last week, N II, Netherton's barn and several Don Lyddan being ill. hundred bushels of corn were destroyed Mrs. J. M Herndon visited in Lex by fire, Friday morning Origin, of fire ington last week. She was enroute 10 unknown, Small insurance her horn., from Washington, where she Corporals Hubert Lyons, Hubert Li vers and Leslie Jones, Camp .achary Taylor, spent the week end with friends and re'atives. Hodgenville High School basket ball team will play our girls 011 Thanksgiving Day if the weather permits R L. Lyon, of the Officers Reserve Corps, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, is with bis pirents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lyon. Mr and Mrs S. It, Payne will move to Hardinsburg in the near future Miss Mabel Howard, teacher ill the public school, spent the week with her parents at (lien Dean. She leaves for Washington, D C the latter part of the week, having received ail appoint liieut in Civil Service work. F'riends have received announcements MAGAZINE of thejmarriage of Mary Florence Lind 360 APTICLtS 360 ILLUSTRATIONS sav and Frank St. Clair Schoffstall, of Robinson, 111 , November 2lst Victor Lyon and Lewis Ileum u More-mewho are attending school at Kusscl-ville- , will spend Thanksgiving with their 1 , 11 , Breckinridge County mi nun K B. CARMAN, Deputy Sheriff -'- ""'i-in'rinii' rnnmnw rttfrtwniirtmraf vrr. ra3Ka-r-.awijtaii-iiK- MEC HANiCS BETTER At Your NJWdaUr Yearly Subscription $1.50 Sen J for oar nmw frtm cot' (Jog of mechanical book Popular M.chanlca Magaalno Willi MHMaw Avmim, China 18c a copy THAN EVER turned from a visit in Louisville. See Mrs Lee Hishop's hats Childrens hats from 511c up. Also a nice line of ladies' hats Mrs W C. Duvall has returned Irom a visit to Mrs Woolfor , Louisville Mrs. John Monarch, K rk has been the guest of her sister, Mrs T J Hook M s. A. T. Heard spent last week with parents, Mr. an.l Mrs. Jesse Moorman, near (ilen Dean. Mrs Jim Harrison, Garfield a. id Mrs. AUx Gray, Custer were in town Sat urday Mr and Mrs. C V Robertson were in Gai field last We uesuay Mr J. C Payne an daughter, Irving-ton were in town Satu day. Jim Teaff's house on the Lietchfield road was destroyed by fire Saturday night. Marvin Heard entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of Mis, Loreni Graham, Louisville Rome Has et Hall team played the home team Saturday afternoon It was a victory for our boys. IIAKDIiNSBUKG Mr. and Mrs. R N. Warren are receiving congratulations 011 the arrival of Miss Nora Kennedy, daughter of Mr. a sou last nda, . and Mrs. John; Kennedy died Saturday Miss Eloise Hoot and Prof. Galloway uioruing am) was buried Sunday uiom spent Sunday with Miss Hetlie I'ile at ing in St. Ro nanlds cemetery. Rev i.er home iu Custer Norman conducted the fune al services Judge and Mrs. Dowell were the Judge 1) 1). Howell and Mrs Dowell guests of relatives in Gai field Sutiday. were iu Louisville last week. Miss Flnora Robertson spent Saturday Clipping Machine A Boon iu 01m Dean us the guest of Air. an To Red Cross Workers. Mrs. John Owen. Mrs. James Kennedy and children, Women in Ii d Cros groups wl.o ure the guests of her par Columbus, hive bisleiid tnaii hands inikng cuts, Mr and Mrs. 1). 11. Helming lor clippings troin ouihs with which to a mouth. lln fracture pillow in our army nospi-t- i H. M. Heard went to Louisville Satur s will eico-na now m ich.uc, desday evening 011 a business trip. cribed and pictured In tne December Noruiau lias gone to Popnlar Rev. James Media CI M u i.iue, w. at 1'rovideiice, R. I. to speud Thanks- cupi about Vagal lunus as last as a parson Can witn.t pill ill shears It it giving with his parents. mounted Rev. A. N. Couch, Cloverport filled P'ovidaa wi h mui the puloit at the baptist church Satur- like the spoke of a wheel, wnicn are turuea ou au age v m tale of ,1 naud-ie- . day and Sunday. parent. paaa a tta- As they riv .iv K McDavis spent Saturday aud Sun-da- y Mesdames L II Moremen and Kate tionary o ..de aeioa .v.ti lorn strips with Mrs Davis aud sous, David Dennett visited iu Owcnsboro last week. idUi of tne proper led by meant and Thomas Davis. ion Thanksgiving service will be of two roilere In Miss Mary Ann Harued and Miss held with the llaplist congregation Rev. K K Keens will deliver the ser- Stinnett, Garfield were in town Wedues When the Kaiser Wins. mon. Tbe contribution will be donated day. Mia Mary Franklin Beard has re When dairies giow 00 pumpkin vines, to the Keit Croat work. I -' went to see her son, Lewis Herndon, who is expected to sail for France in a short time. Do not forget the play at the School building, Dec. 7 Hi, for the henefit of the Red Cross Miss I la Payne, of Bowling C.reen, wi spend Thanksgiving with her paxnts, Mr and Mrs. M V l'a tie Lieut Will ur Parks leaves to day for l't Sill, Ok a , after a fifteen da) I furlough. The W, M. S. of the Methodist church met with Mrs. Margaret Chamt ci lain on last Tuesday afternoon. After the business meeting a social hour was spent sa dwiches and Tea, pickles were served. Ii V Alexander and on, Thomas Alexander, wi attend the annual Thanksgiving Slioot of Um dander Club, Louis ville. The civilian lelief committee met with Mrs Paul Wi'son, Monday BTtning The military relief Commit tM met with Mrs. Adele Conuiff, Tuesday evening Mrs. Nell Marshall, Misses Mahtl Howard, Mattie I'oindexter, unci Ruth Marshall enjoyed a six o'clock dinner "Wi Mrs. Martfaiet Chainbei lain, Thuis-wil- l 1 ,a. tg 'i.-., :,' a BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLM AN, OF CL0VERP0RT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT I It President- - THE BANK OF SECURITY- WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits And pumpkins grow on tree?; When an elephant's hide is as soft as silk, givts buttermilk; And a honey-beWhen a mun can sooth a baby's pain, to call Aud invites his mother-in-laugam And yet cot be insane. e Bdfl Helm Weaver, Louisvil e, is visit iug his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hate Washington. Union prayer meeting will be held at the I'reshyterian church this evening. A regular Thanksgiving program has been arranged. Come out A Thanksgiving offering of thirty six dollars was contributed at the Methudist Sunday School, Sunday morning, for the benefit of the Methodist Orphans Home. If )On want to do kni ting for the sol dlers, call at Red Croas headquarters and they willsupp'y the yarn. Miss Hael Admire, Louisville, is the guest of Misses Mabel and Nelle Adkins. Hoyd Keith, Camp Zachary Taylor, spent the week end here with his wife. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilsou Mr. and Mrs Davis Dowell, Hardinsburg will spend the week end here with relatives. Dr anil Mrs. Hryan, Louisville, will spend Thanksgiving with Rev. and Mrs. F. H Ryan r Have You Housed Your When a mouse "tanks up" on booze, And the meanuess through his hide begins to oezi, H- - will let out a roar, And kick down the barn door When the Kaiser wins this war. Muffett. Tobacco? We can carry the risk on this high-priced Will Probated. The will of Wm. Hrumfield deceased was probattd in the County Court last Monday. He bequeathed his farm of 85 acres to his two tons, Everett and Wm, Hrumfield. To hit daughter, Mrt. Mary Elian Troutrasn ha gave $100 to be paid by his two sons from the profit on the land. To hit daughter, Altba Anna BrumBeld he willed that the be given the right for a home on the farm with her two brothers and to share equally wltn her brothert at long at product for you at small cost. Can You Afford To ? PAUL GOMPTON Hardinsburg, - Kentucky. " the remained tingle. To hit son, Wm. Andrew hegave one horse and a thot gun. All the residue of bit estate real and personal wat left to hit two tons, Everett and Andrew. The will wat dated May, 20, l'JI 7 and I Fire, Tornado and all class- - I ( es of Insurance. , J I winched Severs. by E. V. JKroush aud'J. 11. (., Sells Farm Through Advertising Mr. Alvin Hate hat told his Z'.io acre farm situated near Clover creek, to Mr. Ltfe Taul and son, H jmer Tan of McQjady. Consideration not made Mr. I'ate attributed the sale known to the Breckenridge News as he advertised the tarm in tbe claesifled want column of thie paper for two weeks and was very much pleatnd with the results. Mr. and Mrs. Fate with thsir two sons, Virgil Fate and Allan Pats will leavs the tu st of December to epend tbs winter with their oldest son, William Fate of Evansville, Ind. I lnm, Thu Little Blue Envelope 4 abt roa "WitU-WU- dainty and and alaruuMd. p" 11, ut and N Hm Try a News Want Ad. Now