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The Breckenridge news: December 5, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917120501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 5, 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 ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages No. 23 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1917. Beard Brothers Paid Out last Monday Through the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Over $25,000 for Tobacco. CENTRAL BOARD OF CONTROL FARM AND STOCK, f MET. G. A. xxxx XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX First Sale December 8, 1917. $8 WHAT A LITTLE THING WILL DO. Save Your Pennies to Buy the Little Thrift Stamps and Help Drive Back the Huns. Wright is h progressive farmer I The man wilh limited meaneve n acres which he had in atfalfa last year the school boy or girl with a few tt, corn and What it expected to oe llic brining he plowtd up and planted to to spare now and then who warts I of t he greatest movement ever made this produced "0 bushels to the ac,re, a safe and profrtahle investment which acres iu the same field that was not as the meet 40 in Breckinridge County, at the same time will help the country, ing of the Central Bjard of Control sowed in alfalfa produced 50 bushels to liuiis his opportunity in the new war Courty Farmeis, held in the the acre besides 7O tons of fodder went lof the savings certiii 'ate plan. his silos. He sold 4O head of cattle Court House at H.ndineburg, Satuiday into During Drtembtr, I 7 and January, afternoon with Judge I). I). Dowell for li.800, H.- has 75 ucres in wheat I9I8, war savings stamps will be sold at that is looking fine, An old orchard on meting as chairman. I i'J each, at post otii.es, banks, trnst About fifteen of the ri presenative his place th.it nailn't produced eprjles companies, and many business houses farmers of the county attended the in 10 years had a good crop this year and factories throughout the country. (meeting and to them Judge Djwell as the result of pruning and spraying At the beginning if each succeeding 00 per bushel. stated hie plane and hi aspirations for They brought him month the cost of a stamp will ircrease of each farmer in They were large, fine color and perfect future we fare All war savings stamps issued cent the community. says it is no fault of iu every way. He during I9IS will mature Janunry 1, The county larin agent, Mr. Harth the soil or the climate, what is requirer1, IMj, wheu they will be redeemed at f j was Introduced to tne auuience ana he says, is hard work aud alteration. each. The difference between purchase Ujinners were favorably impressed 000 price and the price at maturity repreBurt Carman and Mr. Allen, tenants tliis youag mm who seemingly sents the interest the Givernment will B C. Brown's place, raised 7,500 Eas already entire J while he irtidly letl on pay the holder, 4 per cent compound). d the work of helping improve the agri- - pouuds of Burley that brought them quarterly. It was raised on six acres. Car$1,100 :ultural conditions 'u Ureckinridge The entire wealth and security of the 920 00 wolli and Alle.i man raised :ounty. I'nittd Slates is behind the war savings most important results of the "."4 M Brown got $750 for rent tf The cei tilicates. No person may purchase Irst board, was the election of officers laud. at one time more than $100 worth, or 000 ind the definite decision of the time hold at one lime more than l,lXfl worth Chas. Taberling & San have 10 000 nd place for ttie future meetings of these securities. offered hich are as follows: Dec S, M ck. pounds of Burlty, They were Thrift stamps costing 5 cents each 25 round, but are asking $30. Jec. io, McOuady wiin tne farmers may be purchased from time to time Jnion Club. Dec 22, Irvington with 000 and affixed to a thrift cud, which is Tice Hendrick has 14,000 pounds of the Corn. Clover and Stock Club Dec. supplied without cost. These stamps Clover 1'rior and I,.j00 of Burley, He turned! Glen Dean with the Sweet will not bear interest, but a llirilt card ff?r of $'i0 round, down an Club. when tided at a cott of $4 may be ex Officers elected were: Judge D D. changed for an interest bearing There is many a farmer in Brecket-ridg- e Jowell, temporary chairman and Fresi stamps by turning Ihe card in county feeding his calves and lent; B W, Carter, Vice Presiuent; and paying the difference between $4 pigs on butter lat that is worth to him E B;ss, Secretary. anil the current p ice of a Executive Committee: W. J. Ball 5) or 60 cents a pound. This is a big With the fust stamp. n.Jj. A Wright, Henry Hayes, Itev waste and can be saved by using a stamp b 'light the purchaser will obtain VV. D cream separator B. Carter, Jr.o. 0 F. Knut, gs certificate without chaige a labbage, Judge Mat Payne, W. R 000 containing space lor 20 of these stamps. Marcus and 1) ra Mattingly have, , W, Sherman Bail, G. 10. loorman Jr U the Jil paces ate tilled pr ior 10 Janless, and Juilg' Henry lien, .woorman. bought Wifl and Jim Mattinglv 's farm uary 1. I0l8, the cost to the purchaser Among the farmers present were: of :U5 acres lor $0,000 cash. will have bteu I4 II for each stamp, it 000 J. B. Carter, Irvingtor; W. J. Ball 10 for the fi.lcd certificate, and on a o id of W';bb & Green delivered an, Mook; (i. A. Wright, .Mdjuauy; Jaouar) 1, 101, the Government will ' udge Payne, Irvington; W R. Moor- - one SOCker tobacco to Beard Brothers at go?" It seems to be l lie consensus of redeem it ut ItOO, giving the bolder a A Happy Mixup. opinion that the sky is the limit. Farsr iien Dean; rr u. .wnner, Mcl itiiels that brought $60(1 net profit ot HI li ) (or the use of his Can ooo Rev. J. F Kuue, McQuid); mers Home Journal. A pec uliar mixup by the officers in money. The fetd to produce one d t u egs D. DeUaveu, Hirdinsburg 000 inHooey dei ieed from It) cents with puilets, 14 cents wit li cost YEARS AGO charge of the training camp at PI Worland Carter, of near Irvington, is hens, and io eenu with selling from $75 to llcfl worth of cream Harrison, although it resulted ill vestments will be used to m et the Injured In Auto Accident. two year-ol- d ih war. The greater tart of an unnecessary trip tor Mrs. M. M. I As a result of an automobile accident, 'three year ok! liens in a tliree year ptT month from twelve Jersey cows. three tun. Is will be tapeoded within the pool-trCoffee Sold at $1 per Mmi jet it found for her a relative sick Ibich happened in l.ouisvil e Sunday feeding test recently reported by 000 men of the Uuittd States Depart anil iu distress. Friday she received a United States. W K Moorman a. id son, ('..en Dean Itenioon, Mrs. Henry C, Pate is at St. and Matches 25c a Box. A telegram stating that her son, Jnines, tests te-- ' shippe Monday a cai load of Short eepb's Infirmary suffering from her meut ol Agticallure. These gan in llll when feed was somewhat Horns to Blooinington, Ind. The Cdttle It arm being broken in two places Bill of Goods Taken From Old was at the training camp serions'v ill Uncle Sam Has Forgotten Us. with pneumonia. She started immediate go to the county agent who with four In the ear with Mrs. l'ate was Mrs lower than now. Perhaps Uncle Sam has foegOttCB he ooo Account Book of the Late HJ. lv for the bedside of her son, and on ar- has a first elas post rtice iu Cioverport breeders were down at their p'ace last rank Carder, who owned tg,e machine. riving found that the si. k man w as a Now is a good time to disinfect for weik ami bought the cattle. They also he car skidded and turned over, throw- or inayLe he is saving the best until the May. Use quicklime in the lots shipped 4 Short Horn la nephew, who resides ill Colorado. The Isr the occupants to the ground. Mrs. hog cholera. 3 to At a'iy rate those who were anxlast " officers were in error, anil on discover- te was in Louisville staying with lur and sheds, and sprinkle or spray phenol Alabama, and 3 to Georgia. ious to buy a war savings certifi.ate Interesting, and of a great ileal of con- ing the mistake llu v immediately wired anghter, Miss Claudia l'ate, who is at preparations about in the cracks of the were met with a keen disappoint melt K L. Robertson, tilen Vally Stock solation too, to know that the high prices the right party. The sick man mi gn at Joseph's Infirmary after being oper- - houses. Farm, Clen Deau sold J A. Mooiman now are hot nearly o high ill some things lv disappoii.ted, for he hail been inform when Postmaster Ligbtfoot informed i on last week t lie m he had not received iu allotment The Agricultural Department advises and J. V. Robertson a reus;ereil Short as they were fortv five years ago, eon- - ed that his mother had arrived and was jot the w.u s wings stamps. Through Horn Hull each aud 5 registeied cows sidering the wages paid then did not ex- - 'about to enter his room When a stran that it is a bad practice for farmers to some delay they failed to nach here lending International ger came ill, instead of his mother, he ;ceed a day buy their meat from stores, especially to W K, .Moorman anil son. for the opening aalee Monday morning. of the relics of the day is an old was grea ly perplexed and worried Hut grown and curtd Exposition. One Live Stock pork, when i' can be Thus Carman sold to Beard Brothers But the true spirited. Americans will be account book, winch beUmged to the the misunderstanding was soon explain at home at a much less cost. his crop of Hurley aud dalk tobacco at j 1st at glad to huv their certificates ooo late II J. May, who at one time kept a ed, and Mrs Kissani gave him almost Walter K. Moorman, Jr.. cf Mf. were this Monday, $'7 for Huiley anil $17 tor red. . utxt Mon, lav ten Dean, Ky., went to Chicago, general merchandise ami grocery stole the cheer and comfort of a mother. ooo Does the housekeeper have to start as the l'os.t Mister is expecting them While at the post, Mrs Kissam was onday to atteud the Inter national breakfast in a kitchen "as cold as all Sidney Johnson was ileli i tig his in Cloverport away hack iu the eighties every day. Given below ie a bill of goods which show n every courtesy by the command Ive Stock Kxposuioii which is beirg outdoors" these frosty mornings-- If so, crop of Bur ley Monday to Heard Brotild, at the Union Stock Yard from was taken liom this old account honk, ing officers, ;uid was entertained by Col there is some fixing up that needs to be hers at HO She witnessed Books for Camp Zachary Taylor. t to 8. This is considered lha done at once. 000 It will he unci and Mrs. Kulfnei. the data of sale was in IS7J Hardinsburg was alive Monday with the grand parade of the newly graduated The Cloverport Chapter of the pwoilli rgest exposition of registered live oo a tew things sold for farmers and their wagons an teams obatrved that quite League gave a liook Social on Friday sk, held in the wor Id eratj officers, and enjoyod the trio Two hundred and sixty five hogs- delivering tobacco. Beard Brothers higher prtjCCI then compared with today lie for Somerset News )n Friday evening nee. 7, me anevening in tne effort to obtain heads of new Burley were sold last Think of baying coffee at ll per pound the library at Camp Zachary Taylor. il meeting of the Poll Durham As- - Wednesday on the Louisville market at paid out through the Bank of II irdins-bui000 for the sugar at 'i0 cents per pound and 25 CCnti & Trust Co., over 5 Only a little over two lo.cii I ks weie lialion will meet. Mr. Moorman is prices ranging (roff MO to $.'1S. Four- weed. A Kentucky Colonel. There were more full pocket-book- for a liox of matches' given ami the box will not be shippitl of the directors of this association. teen hogsheads of Dew dark at from went out of Hardinsburg that until more hae had a chalice to have a Ira. Moorman aecompalned Mr. 111 75 to U '.'5day than haa for many years. They Barrel Flour l0.50 jrm m as far as Louisville. A distinguished KentUCkian and a for- part iu this donation ooo Saturday Afternoon at the County over at MrfJrtjf His corn shocks this fall showed it. His cattle and his Seat. Officers Elected. Abou 5 hogs show that he knows how to raise them and produce the stuff to make Fifteen Farmers Present Also them. He had i." acres in corn this year that made him 2 JM bushed; five the County Agent. The Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tl i uuauuu Ml vvamiuuse uu. .C 8 g Hardinsburg, Ky. - ! , .000 Will have their first sale of the season December 8, 1917. Tobacco is now being received and we are assured a large sale, and have every assurance the prices will be much higher than what has been expected. Bring in your Tobacco, have it in good condition, and we will do all we can for you. Every Farmer and Business Man in the county is invited to attend. I -- war-sivin- Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware-- 1 5 house Co,, Hardinsburg, Ky. 8 war-sav- ir XXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXHXXXXXXXXXXXXX , 45 war-taein- lieu-iuni- I v ', Mis-ipp- 1 - vi-r- ' I I g j $-- s kiting Minister were a pleased bunch of farmers too. 20 lbs. Sugar tf 2'jc Any scrub sires on your place? If so, lb. Coffee At McDaniels, G.en Dean, Garfield, arrange to kill or emasculate them at 8c 20 lbs. bacon ( There never has been a time Cosier and Irvington were other towns 5 lbs, I.ard it 8c At Methodist Church. once ., when vou could afford to keep them, where money was flowing into the 1 bu. Meal of the farmers at the same rate. but there never has been a time when pockets bu. l'otatoes fhile here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. you can so ill afford to do it as just It is estimated that the tobacco crop ot 6 yrds. Cotton (,i 25c county will put a million? dollars uas Itohler, the Rev. B, H Reagan, now. the 2 lbs. Rice into the pockets; of the farmeis. oal City, Ind , was invited to fill the ooo Soda 2 lbs bit at the Methodist church last Sun1 box Matches C.-near Paris, Ky , Cleveland, evening. Settles with Auditor. 3 bars Soap sold 3,000 pounds of tobacco for 28 cents Reagan said he had been coming I harrel Salt per pound all round loaded on wagons Sheriff Arthur T. Beard was iu Kut for a number of years but at barn. This was raised on 16 acres of Frankfort last wee and settled iu full I barrel Lime the first time he had ever been I paper I'm, with the State for his I917 taxes. He His sermou was con land and brought 9,000, to preach. Saw File paid the Slat 3 $26,501) and was the Reward and it ing the Christian's 1 pr Gaiters (cloth lop Shoes)... Rev. Reagau is in Growers throughout the State are in fifth Sheriff in the state to settle in full. suite inspiring 2 yds. Calico His deputy J, B. Carman Sheriff gbty first year and he has been iu the throes of the sensational sales of and j ainistry of the Christian church for tobacco and the question now met on, elect settle in full for hi. .T". are althohe is now superannuated. every side is, "Well, how high will she county taxes. Preaches 000 e) t'o 1 1 mer Ureckinridge county man, is Col. 00 lien Franklin Hardaway, of the Fight" 60 ing Company, 5)th liitantry, I'. S. A., 70 00 1 1 1 - 2 1 1 ... 3 stationed at Cliii'aiiiauga Dark, Col. Col Hardaway has been iu active s, for thirty one years. He first en- Iliklnl in 1M8(1 with the 1T1I1 25 Devils Lake, Dakota. He (ought through Ual Wounded Knee Indian War and also in the Philipine Cuban Campaign and m he, 110 doubt, has many woiuierous tales 20 to tell of his war time experieucee. i5 Col. Hardaway is the sou of the late 10 11. A. Hardaway, who lived in Ureckin90 ridge county aud a brother of T. A, Har00 daway, of Gustou, Ky. 80 10 novel 01 two 111 which are good, clean stones, and they do not cue to read them the leCOnd tune, such nose s will bl greatly welcomed by the soldiers. Those who waul lo give a book in y leave it at the Methodist church or the llreikenridge News office dining this Any persons who have. their, library w ee k . Preparing Christmas Music. The members of the llaplist and Methodist choirs are preparing a Sacred Cancomposed by tata, "The Adoration," Schuyler, to be given Sunday evening, De'. Mr 23. mu- 1 .t.t. ff, Subscribe now for the News Ira 1). lichen is directing the sic with Miss Margaret Uuru at the piauo. TO THE DELINQUENT TAX-PAYER- S! ts, See us before the 15th of December. We positively cannot correct any error in your either Property or Dogs, after that date. By your failing to pay your Taxes before December the 1st, 1917, we were compelled to borrow ironey to make our settlement with the State. We are aware of the fact that it was a hardship for some of you to pay, and with that fact before us, we have decided to give you until SATURDAY, DECEMBER THE 15th, 1917, to settle all of your Taxes that are due. We do this of our own choice, but at the same time we are compelled to pay a penalty bn all taxes that are not collected by us on December the 1st, 1917. This is our last year to collect taxes, and we must close up our books. We do not want to be severe with any one and have given all due notice, and now as a last warning we are compelled to state that we have to close our books, and all old taxes not paid to us by January the 1st, 1918, the same will have to be forced by us, so make your arrangements to settle with us and don't compel us to force payment. We have not advertised a single person during the whole of our term of office, but unless you come forward and pay us we will be compelled to do so. Tax-Lis- Tuesday, December 1 1, at Big Spring. Hardinsburg and Cloverport Every Day. Wednesday, Dec. 1 2, Rockvale and Hudson. Monday, December 10, at Custer. Thursday, Dec. 13, Glen Dean and Mook. Friday, December 7, at Drury's Sale. Friday, December 14, at McDaniels, Stephensport and Irvington. Very truly, . A. T. BEARD, Sheriff W. G Breckinridge County. J. B. C. Pate, D. S. W. H. Gibson, Do S. Carman, D. S. A. J. Dye, D. S. Report of the condition of the Schopp was in hojisville last date of May tat, I9II. and recorded me v lerK s oruce 01 me prBRiDnui FIRST STATE BANK Miss Uu'.h Kimsey who is teaching County Court indeed book 81, at page lo! or sufficient there f to produce the sums Br)0 Urunir was in Louisvi.lt last at Raymond spent Thanksgiving with her parents. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Almcn of money so ordered to be made The Doing business at the town of Irvington week. Counti of Breckinridge. State of Ken purchaser, with approved surety or se-tuck v. at the close of business on Ille Joe McCrumef. ar.d R imsey. Mcsdames curities, must execute bond, bearing le 17th day of November, 1917. A years subscription for the Breck1'eroy Macv, Harned were fUCttl gal interest from the day of sale until Monday of t lit-- r grandfather, Jess inridge News will be the bist and paid; and having the force and effect of RKSOI'RCPS most acceptable Christmas gift you Mac. a Judgement I, en retained to secure pay-- . T,:1Ils'ami i)jjCol,lls IS Always In office during $1 j8,:54 4I Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 M. boy. It, is "like Inlogtoo, p. m. to p. m. 1 fflce hours Jessie ard A Ivan Arms of near Nor can send your soldier" ment ot purchase money Jlnlilers will Oierdr-fts. secured and mi- a letter from hone. tons valley were here Saturday. be prepared to comply proi ptly with 0i secured Mr and Mrs. Kugene Conner left these terms. Don't forgot prayer meeting service Slocks, llonds and other se Sunday for Los Angeles, Gal where Approximated debt, interest and cost, a week at the churches, Wedr.es curities 3 051 26 tney trill spend the winter with their ' sstSsst day Bight at the Baptist church and '93 54 Due from Hanks Wl 39 937 35 snns, Mr and Mrs. S. C. Conner and Lee Walla Tnursday ninht at the C'umoi r.ar.d II! Cash on hanit 3 485 Lionel Conner. Commissioner. Presbyterian church. Hanking House. Hon. George Jolly, (luensboro was and Fixtures Mr. and Mrs Jim Henry Ql MtCQi k 4 4OO 00 t 2V1 77 spent the Tnaukstivug holidays la the guest of friends ar.d relatives other Keat Kstate Making Shrapnel. Were the average lay aaan aide to Other Assets not included Louisviile the guests of their daughter, Sunday It, is GOOD if you buy it here. Mrs Dora Armstrong, Dodd, Ind., grafln Ika staggering foaaplailtlaa of Mrs. Marshall. under ail) of above heads B 39 .il ihciiils inand Mrs. J. H. McKenny, Tobinsport chemical ami Mil, Anna Smith visited Mrs. H. B, It costs no more and you have our guarTotal 187,793 35 were gjests of their ueice, Mrs. Wm. volved in the making of a shrapnel Moorman at Harned last week. shell he would bo nm.izel Tor antee us well as the article you buy. Gilbert Kriday. UABIMTIBfc Jehu Stith, B)liag Green visited I TO gauge arc require! to manCapital S ock paid in, in Mr. Wm Pumphrey, Cloverport was ufacture t!ie bmbiiintlon time and perhis daughter. Mrs. David Penick last Our guarantee insures the high quality of cash l5,00ii.00 guest of relatives Monday the r cussion fuse for indi Surplus week. your purchase, or its return if you hre not J boO 00 Fund A meeting will begin at the M. K. shrapnel The ponder used inust have limn to the union of Mr. and Mrs. )eposits subject satisfied. cnurch next Sunday Hev. H. C. Jarboe the corral' I burning time or the explo19, a girl. Ltwll llunbaid, Nov !$ 97.205.S7 to check will assist the pastor, Rev. C. Lt. sion will occur too soon or loo late. It Mr. and Mr. V. T. Dowell sper.t thci Is impossible to obtain two powders Time Deposits. . 737 ;a T. C. LEWIS, Watchmaker Ger.tr y. Hardinsburg, Ky. with (lie same burning lime: hence the week end in llarainsburg the tuestei 169 993 3" burning time has to be determined ou llajuioua and Judge of their sous, each lot of iowder. This formally rePowtil. Total 1 187, 793 35 f quired one and hours; now It Mrs. Fraaklin Paine visited hit State of Kentuckylaawlag the time takes live minutes. I r 11. j. nri , Mis. Mai y Nicho.as Suu lay. Set consumed in I. lending owders has been County ot Kreckinridge reduced from sixteen hours to tifteen l.ucy Lor ar.d sen, Ollhcrt Hreckinridxe Circuit Court, Kentucky, Mi We, W J Piggott and J. C Paine. minutes.-Popular Science Monthly. lb Mr. ana Mi,. Albert IS. 0'llen.t, A lmr Plaintiff tpeul Sdluiuay Presiilent and Cashier ol the above Ry, Co. Ova Gray. Against named Hank, do Solemnly swear that Dowell ar.d two R. J McGliee. Uefei d int. Mr and Uri Taylor th above statement is true to the best of c r. n, lUvron anil Emma Lee ere Juiuity No .I748 cur nowledge and belief, cuests Sunday of Mi. and Mis aVi l;y virtue of a Judgement and Order of W. J. l'iggotl, President Li grand. S de of llrcckinii Ige Circuit Court, ren- J. C. Payne, Cashier C Mrj. D. H, Basitll vis. ted Mis dercd at Octuoer Term thereof, I91', ill Subscribed and sworn to befo.e me ST . LOUIS EVANSVILLE this 22nd day df the above cause, for the sum of Light liaruid Monday My Commission K.xpires Mar 8, JyL'o. Mr and Mrv C, C. llrci K and biby Hundred Hollars, with interest thereon 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 p. 8:35 a. m., 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. J. Mi llerndon. M ma el LouUvlIU viii'.i-- here ist a1 tin rate pf 6 per cent per annum from Notary Public, the 1st dav of May I911 until paid, and wa k OOaM herein. sluiil prooeeil to offer for mho is laaaalrg Mum Maud Smith A DOCTOR ANO A THRONE. PULLMAN haie spent PULLMAN t wnU ted in Hardin. iaa it the Court House door ill llardius- he highest bit kit r, at PUBLIC a burg the guests ol pel u.ylher, all. burg, to Haw England's Present Royal SLEEPERS AUCTION, on Mon lay the 21 th day of SLEEPERS Ljj Siiii.h Cained the Crown. December 19I7, at one o'clock 1' M or Oaurga V, now sits on the tiaroajt Thai Austin Doarell attb gnaat of his thereabout being dainty Court day), of Uigland is due in no smuiIi rneaanna Sir a, s. .d. HayM, Muaday UDOU a credit six and twelve mouths the lo the ploii.osis of n seventeenth 111 was la Ljui Mrs. S.ir KB nit following described po.peity, lo wit: A physician. Hr. Itk'hard Mead, who vi.ie last u ti k was bofii in l.onilon Ana II. Hi' cert. nil tr.e t or parcel of md lying and High-ClaCoaches Observation Parlor Cars When Queen Anne, last of the Stuart Mr. and .Mis. Herman Aldrldga ivcie being in til county of llreck inridge, rulers, became fatally ill in 1714 k visiting Mi f Si ate of Kentucky, on the waters of Tar IrvlagtU tb id TRAINS LEAVE UNION STATION TENTH AND BROADWAY Dr. Mead Mr a called in consultation. lbiy Pork Cnek adioilling the Tar Springs ami Mr, rred nailemvater. 1111 MaUlikttlioU Alter of the stiieken were i .'ompained home by tneir Ml and bounded aa follow Begianing at City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main qiHHtll he round that she was near naphew, Richard Austin. taw small red Oak I Baairlg'l comer in dentil's door, mid the doctor so f Both Phones 1134 or met lha leaden uf the Whig party, irever liie'uiy of Morrison, V., Tindall'a line; thence with his line S. 77 V. 2 poles to ,1 stone with p linters 011 a ith a hick ba arna afBUatcd, was hei Sunday. The Wlilga favored the Uauoverlao The pv.racUd aacaAIOf which has top of cliff; UmmbM with the cliff as it w duu and uuuiediataly on learning F. PENN, JAS. C. rY cCLOY be r, in BfsgraM at th E. M. VVOMACI Cumbtriain tne.inlers to where the water falls over that Anna tva anon to awevaab baaaui ne. ir the road in li p. Jolly's line; liience chinch for the past two wi cks aloacd T. P. A. C. P. A. G. P. A. to plan fur lb raaltaatlon of their am with his lii e N M W "I jiules to a line I': ay aight. Wa greatly appreciat-'Hit Luis. The regclar pkyaJckUM of the of til e Tar s'piings Inart) thence with the hatiag Rav. Grundy of Itriem.iu and iiueeu did not believe tout she was ho KY. .line N. y. H. '74 poles to a black oak I near to death, so Prof. McCain "' Sa :r mento with us. aha Ann.' breathed iu IhHinh'a line; thence with his line S her la I '.n 171 the hiippurier of '.. Iv 35 pole, to an Ash, lllack Dak Anne's blether, James, were WsUfa and Man, I'.eaviu's corner; thence with STEPHENSPORT pared for the ei vnt. Anne's Torv ajB kjtliaaval ?'i li 2I0 po es to the haarfa istri v.as in fainr (,f pia ing .lames 011 Administrator's Notice. Administrator's Notice. the throne, but the Whigs, lha Ilka to' ning o.it of which there is excepted 28 V. It. Hudson was in Louisville Dr. .Mend, hud ulrendy liikeii audi noacres, to wit: . tion as to luaora Ika sillies i n of the All persons having claims againstl uek. la ginning at a b ack oak in Houoh's All persons having claims against the SCHOOL TOGS. rtot of Hanover. Mad in RciHaaahM estate of Pi rcy Jolly, deceased, are here- estate of Jhuics A. lteavin, deceased Mis. V. L Basham relurned Sunday line; thence S. 88 R 27 poles; S l1.. Ueurga I. made his triumphal entry For cool dc.v.s li hen sister must go to into ftigkUMl, t sen, J F. B.isham W. JIM poles; thence N 8S1, V. 27 poles to from a by notified to present them, propel ly Mattingly, are hereby notified to prJ acooai la this may awaatar in u warm hence W i'.j 200 poles lo the beginat faille Mali Dr. Vlad araa leu ai ded by being proven as required by law, on or before them, properly proven as required aaaVaa of rose, ika collar, belt m, (waM made ph.i law, 011 or before the 1st dav of Hi sieinn to U10 new loyul fam- Jan 1st, I9I8. Miss (irace Taylor Hriskell, Louis- ning containing 27 acres, which leaves striped with white. Novelty a. ics conveyed and being the same ily. Many BagUak kMorkua have I9I8. V. C. Jolly, Adinr. ville spent Thanksgiving day with her and naw raisMtra hat make Hiiltlarge linpoitam e lo the puysi-eiun'J, P. Knue, Admr I'ercy Jolly, deceased. uncle, J. C. McCoy and Mrs. McCoy. trai t of laud sold and conveyed to the ibla aeeacautiati par Ika girt not yet pruguoata in bringing about the of said R J. Mi .bee one of the lirst p.utics Wally t'lHxv l A. Heavin, deceased! lit her clothes Miss Kuth Met ubbir.s, Ilaidiusburg succession of the royal house which ol the lirst p irt by llenjamin DaaJi and d. the week end guest of her graw!s wife, Aitelis Heau by deed recorded of bus iuIciI alugkUad two ceuturiea. a News Want Ad. Now Now is the time to Subscribe Ham Vork World. 'or Subscribe for mother, Mis. M. A McCubbini. Net RFIELD. W. J 'wetk. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... i DENTIST 1 1 1 . JEWELRY TiTl iil thrce-cpinitc- 1 one-hal- , Louisville, Hendersdn & St. Louis 1 I DAILY TO 1 f , iWt. itr( cell-tUr- L., H. & ST. L. RY. h w Cl .1 w ss tc W of te CO in-- a th Wl I lat of yet Mr LOUISVILLE, the ty J 1 Boa lat tun face atoi hr I 1 ; but-toii- Rap the tlon aa 0 the C 11 - s s Try The Ham ola of tt near Lot .attmiu U y WE CAN DUPLICATE THE PRICE OF ANY GIVE RESPONSIBLE FIRM; AND IN MANY A CASES It You Want DO BETTER. IS TRIAL. BE CONVINCED Quality, Accuracy ami Service THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL t Louisville, Ky. We Are Manufacturers. 'Ask Any Oculist' to be rill ba Um News Cullings An epitome of most important events transpiring in state l l t i Kentucky Henderson. Ben Raoli, who formerly lived In Henderson, was killed at Redwood, Cat., when he was knocked down hy an automohlle, according to Information received here. Bowling Bowling Green. 'The Green Ministerial Association have Initiated steps toward the organization if an Associated Charities to be main lalned during the coming winter. Mt. PACK SILAGE IN SILO Proper Distribution and Packing Are Often Neglected. When Lighter Portions Are Rlown to Outside They Do Net Settle Well Pltnty of Men and Perilstent Work Required. $10.00 $12.50 him- demand for livestock was noticed on Carlisle. The farm of Daniel Allen, the Mt. Sterling market during Coundeceased, two miles west of Carlisle, ty Court day. Mules and cows prewas sold to Daniel B, Mitc hell for $50 dominated and brought high prices. A per acre. number of sheep, also, topped the if. Sterling. An unprecedented market. Bowling Green The annual WarMayor Smith has apLouisville. ren County Corn and Tobacco Exposition was held here at the Chamber of pointed J. Preston Tabb, office manCommerce offices on the public square. ager of the Louisville Cotton Mills, as City Treasurer to fill a vacancy caused Tompklnsvllle The Central Oil by the refusal of Captain Harvey Company struck a fine oil well three White, Cnlted States Engineers Corps, miles west of Tompklnsvllle on East to qualify. Fork Creek. It promises to he a A heavy movement of well. Several oil men from difBarbourville. ferent States are already here and ex- coal trains Is noted In this district These trains are being given right of citement Is high. way and passenger trains sidetracked Olive Hill. Corbett Rose, a soldier for their passage. The coal Is being tatloned at Camp Zachary Taylor, transported from the Southeastern who was spending a brief furlougb Kentucky coal fields. with relatives, was injured here when Twenty-threGeorgetown. be shot off two fingers while hunting. shares He was hunting rabbits near his home of the capital stock of the Farmers Bank & Trust Company, belonging to at the head of Grassy. the estate of Willis Gunnel), were sold Fort Thomas. The theory of sui- at public aoction. The block of stock cide is scoutod by relatives of Scrgt. brought $209 a share. lluford Hall John Leonne, 37 years old, who was was the purchaser. found dead under a tree on a nearby Leonne was attached to the farm. Paris. Charles S. lirent and brotharmy Medical Corps at Ft. Thomas er, of Paris, were awarded a verdict His death Was caused by a bullet In the Bourbon Circuit Court against wound In his temple. the Western I'nion Telegraph Company for $51)2.71. They sued the Calhoun The McLean county grand company for damages resulting from Jury returned an Indictment against a misspelled word In a message. Sheriff W. A. Schackelford,, charging Louisville. The city government of him with the technical offense of obstructing justice. The prosecution of Louisville passed Into the hands of the the county officer grew out of the Republicans on November 20, for the former trial of Mans Gibson, charged first time since Mayor Grlnstead held r power eight years ago. George with manslaughter. Smith took the oath of office as Wiley B. Bryan. Federal mayor ii the office of the mayor In the Louisville. Fuel Administrator for Kentucky, fixed city hall. gross margin price for coal in Louisville as follows: Domestic coal, $1.80 Cloverport. The local chapter of ton; industrial coal, $1.60 a ton, and the Cloverport Red Cross has sent . ..A . 1. 11.111 ll Its first consignment to headquarters. ure ordered not to charge more 35 The shipment consisted of napkins, cents for a bushel of coal. table cloths, tray cloths, pillow slips, sheets, hand towels, handkerchiefs, Franklin. On the Planters' loose tea towels, swabs, bath towels, and 96,780 pounds of tobacco was knitted sets. leaf floor old, leaf bringing from $14 to $25.50 and lugs from $14 to $20. The averCamp Zachary Taylor. A battle In age was $18.66. On the Simpson counthe night, illuminating the sky, will ty loose leaf floor 105.000 pounds was mark the initial use of a new system sold, leaf bringing from $14 to $25; of trenches duplicating thor.e In No lugs from $14 to $18 per hundred Man's Land at Camp Zachary Taylor pounds. Big guns will be brought into play, bombs will burst and gn nades will b King, used In the attacks. George Newport. Private charged with the murder of Police Sergeant Kohlhoven hero, July 12, went Winchester. At the ca'l of Chairl at Camp man Q, Lee Wainscott, of the Clarl: on trial before Shelby, Hattiesburg. Miss. The trial County Fuel Committee, the coa' is being held in secret, and the find- dealers of the county met with the ings of the court will not be published committee at the courthouse. The until after the War Department passes meeting was held In the County Court on the verdict. room and the fuel situation in Clark county was discussed. Covington. Charging abandonment Earlington. A feature of the Hopon the part of her husband after twenty-ninyears of married life, kins county campaign for the Y. M. C. Louis P. Fryer, Circuit Judge for the A. war fund is tlie individual contridistrict comprising Pendfefon, Harris, butions made. Among these miners Nicholas and Robinson counties, is and negro mine employes generously made defendant In a divorce pro- helped the cause. Two teams were ceeding filed in the Kenton Circuit working, with the leading team showing an advantage of only $25. Court at Covington. fifty-barre Weis-slnge-court-martiae Distributing and packing HnBP ln the silo Is frequently neglected. Unless the blower has a distributor attachment there Is a tendency for the cut corn' to full In one place In the silo. If the silo Is filled In this way. the finer and lighter portions of the stalks are frequently blown to the outside, and the heavier parts, enrs and butts of stalks, are deposited In the center, thus causing an uneven distribution of grain and stnlks and n consequent uneven quality of sllnce. Uneven distribution Is frequently the cause of soft places and air pockets, which Inter result In spoiled sllnge. When the lighter portions are blown to the outside they do not puck well and the sllnge spoils near the wall. Such spoilage, which really results from careless filling. Is often attributed to the silo. Tin ruti nil packing requires plenty of men anil persistent work. Good silage can bo had only by uniform Suits and Overcoats To th c man who desires to limit self to these prices for a Suit or Overcoat our stock offers him a wide selec- tion. Clothing bought many months ago; purchases now will prove large savings. Odd Pants At far below the mill cost today, always find use for the extra pair. now. You Buy Boys Knickerbocker Suits $3.95 $.5.00 $5.95 $6.50 Values that you will not see again soon. Scoured Wool suitable for Clothing Filling a Silo. packing and uniform distribution of the corn. The entire surface, especially the outer edge, should be packed tlrmly. The best help obtainable should be stationed In the silo. The large cutter with the corresponding large capacity frequently saves money In filling the silo, hut It may result in u waste Of the storage capacity of the silo. If the silo Is filled rapidly the corn has little time to settle. Slow illling allows the corn to settle as It Is stored, witli the result that more- corn sold in 1916 at 96c per lb., in September same wool sold at $1.68. BUY 1 NO W, SA VE f'S. B. F. Beard & Co.. Hardinsburg. Ky. Bid SPRING i r. Deacon will return tins from Thcsville, where he has. een assisting in a revival. J, V. Morris has purchased a Ford. at Rev. English tilled the Baptist church, Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Schuyler .Martin, Misses Maey Scott, I. eali Meador, liessie Richard-- s n and Mrs. George l'rather were in Louisville last Wednesday. Sergeant Jim Sharp, Camp Zachary Taylor, was a recent guest of Miss Mary Eleanor Scott. Some of our ladies are husy knitting for the Red Cross. She by Best, of Camp Zachary Taylor, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Sallie Mot ris. Very little hunting, Thanksgiving Game reported source. Mis C. B. Witt left Friday for Imis vil e to visit her father, Mr. Jacob Vogt. Camp Tucker, Sherman Corporal 7 and Z achary Taylor, spent Noveinl.er IS with his parents, Mr and Mrs John Tucker M u tin and is were busy receiving t ibaCCO last week. Georgetown. Miss Sara Mulberry, visiting nurse for Scott county, and Miss Selah Baird, of Sadieville, in the county, have been called for immediate service by the Federal Government. Both young women are trained nurses and volunteered their services to the Red Cross Association upon the breaking out of the war. Six nurses of the Good Samaritan base hospital, Unit No. 40, enlisted in the Bluegrass by Dr. David Barrow for service in France at an early date, have volunteered for temporary detachment from the staff to serve as cantonment hospital nurses, probably at Camp Zachary Taylor. Lexington. Louisville. The bodies of three Kentucky boys who died of penumonia on the same day at Camp Shelby, Miss., were shipped to their home for burial. The soldiers who died were Albert T. Minor, 22 years old, of Shelbyville; Strother Reynolds, 21, of Clay, Webster county, and Willie Wilson, 24, of Frankfort. "Frankfort have enlisted for the duration of the war to respond to any call from the country for local duty. Thlrty-flvworkers, who put over the campaign to raise $5,000 for the Y. M. C. A. War Fund by securing subscriptions of $7,500 in three days have volun- Columbia. teered their services whenever needed. Versailles. Pleased with the result Louisville. more Nine Kentucky of their canvass and impressed by the counties were wholly or partially or- effectiveness of a thorough organizaganised for the purpose of carrying out tion, the men who conducted the camthe plan of campaign in this state by paign in Woodford county in the inWiley B. Bryan, Federal Fuel Admin- terest of the Y.. M. C. A. war work istrator for Kentucky. Appointments fund and secured $2,700 more than the of fuel committees have to be made $4,000 allotted to the county, met at yet in thirty counties, and this task the Y. M. C. A. building and made the Mr. Bryan expects to complete within organization a permanent one, for the period of the war. , the next few days. e ' Hopklnsvllle. The Christian County Election Board met as the District Board for the Christian Hopkins Senatorial District, and canvassed the returns of the recent election. On the face of the returns Lawson Hamby, Republican, received the majority, but the election board held that his election was void, as he bad not resigned as magistrate in this county prior to the election. Miss Flossie Mae Sosby, years of age, and Mr. Robert Lee Harney, 21 years of age, both of Nicholas county, were married at the home of the bride's father, Jamea Sosby, near Barefoot post office, this county. Carlisle. Seventeen graduate offat Fort Benjamin Harrison, Including four from Kentucky, are under orders for foreign service, accord lng to information revealed. All are expected to leave here soon. Two of the Kentucklans are First Lieutenant Frank Barton and First Lieutenant Scott Duncan, of Louisville, both of whom are well known In local society circles. Louisville. icers I .ontsvOle ChnrlAfl HtvHnn 7ft It years old, comptroller of the Louisville ' and Nashville railroad for many years, suffered two fractures of the right leg when struck by an automobile. His bUUUlllUil, BbVUI uiug vu critical. officially an Louisville. It George Wels-7e-r jsflaaoed by Mayor-elec- t Smith that Ludlow F. Petty is to be the new chief of police of Louisville to succeed Colonel W. Waston Lindsay; that William De forester will chief of detectives to sue-so-d ho the John P. Carney. was I'llon 1UUB, n no mi Hopklnsvllle. Wages that in normal times would be regarded as excessive are being paid for all sorts of labor in the Western Kentucky coal u pa r.imirA1 mliiu Ulna to work Ave days is the weak at least, er ba penalised. Kni-ba- n enn bo placed In n given space. To overcome this disadvantage of rapid filling, woven wirfl may be extended above the MISTAKE FISH FOR top Of tljo silo, thus increasing Its capacity until It can settle. Patent roofs Submarine Chasers Spend Much of Their Time Chasing After are made which serve the same purBlackfish. pose. Refilling in two or three days will accomplish the same end. Cleveland, O. A great percentage sighted by merchant ATTENTION NEEDED BY COLT of the going through the submarine ships zone are Just healthy, Grain Ration After Weaning Comblackfish on their way to dinner enposed of Corn, Oats and Bran Is gagements. Good Water Regularly. That 4s why all submarine chasers spend much of their time chasing flsh A good grain ration for the colt afmistaken for submarines. ter weaning Is composed of Lieut. Howard Vlckery, home on furcorn, f bran and And lough, expressed that opinion. s oats, or corn, Vlckery ought to know, for his chaser s bran and oats. Crushed cruised 23,000 miles nfter the German outs are to be preferred to whole oats. sea terrors. His ship Is in dry dock In which to place the feed now and he has a few duys' furlough. A feed-bocan be put ln the pasture field If other do not bother the "The stock will not interfere with the colt Amcrlcun sailors half as much us the while eating. mines," he sold. "Many torpedoed ships are lost," he In late fall as the pasture grass grows short, It should be supplementcontinued, "when they might hnve ed with clover or timothy hay, all the been saved, because their skippers colt will eat. The colt at pasture steam frantically ahead after being should have access to drinking water hit until their own speed causes the regularly. If there Is no drinking wa- water to rush In so fast that all the ter in the pasture field, turn the young bulkheads are cuved ln." animal In to the water trough just us regularly as the work horses are Daughters Save His Corn. turned to water. Ravenna, O. Five daughters of William McKenzle, aged sixty, cut 15 acres of corn, shocked It und saved trerCrCrCrCrtrCrirtrCrCrCtirCrCr the crop which Farmer McKenzle GOOD HORSES DEEDED feared would be lost owing to his ill ness. These modern duughtors of It Is true that motor power Is Ceres Include Mrs. Elsie Shradcr Mrs. Grace Mrs. Celle Thompson, taking the place of horses In many kinds of work, but the Juckson und Mrs. Huth Selper of Al horse still has an Important Haiti and Miss Clara McKenzle, who part to play. This country hus Uvea with her futher. shipped more than 1,000,000 TRAIN OVER SLEEPING BABY horses and 300,000 mules to the allies since the beginning of the Infant Near Ocean City, Del., Wai war and more ure going ull the Unhurt and Began to Cry When time. Horses have played an Picked Up. role In this war, beImportant on cause horses can be used Whnleyvllle, Del. Asleep In the rouds and ln many places where middle of the railroad track, a truck and motor power ure girl escuped Injury when a fast helpless. train bound to Ocean City passed At the rate which horses are over It. being exported we cannot help The train, running about 60 miles but feel a need for horses ln un hour, was In charge of Engineer L. this country and especially if H. Wallace. He did not notice the the wur continues much longer. child until only a few feet away. Brakes were applied, and the truinuien run back and picked up little Annie MORE EGGS FROM LESS HENS Kosh, fully dressed and sound asleep, lying face downward. The child had to be awakened and Select Best Males From Most Probegan to cry. Immediately Not a lific Layers and Mate These scratch was found on her, notwithWith Best Record Hans. standing the fact that a locomotive Breed for eggs. This can be done, and Ave coaches had passed over her. though many people act as though this The child was u member of one of Selection hus given us the families working Tn a canning facIs impossible. g tory near Murdela. the race horse, the big milker, the hen. Know your best layers, get males from the beat layers ln the flock, mate these to your best record bens, News Subscribe For and get more eggs from leas birds. g one-fourt- h one-fourt- h one-halone-fourthree-eighththree-eighthx air-tig200-eg- Big 8: ring Camp No, ISftgl if, w. A. at a call meeting. November 17, dopted ; Kcv. k four new members, these additions making a total membership of 14, Those adopted wet: Robert Budges, Ned Con. (icr, Sherman Thnrnhill ami l.ee The Camp was favored with visitors from Guston M W. A. No. 1U34. After a ceremony of adoption, a treat was sttvsd consisting of candy and cigI ars. An enjoyable evening was spent by ill present. Bury Ilurnett, I'eputv Head Counsel. "Like a letter from home" is the Breckenridgt News. Sul scribe for it to send your soldier boy as a Christmas present. Whit-WOrti Notice. All persons knowing themselves to I e indebted to Dr. I'. K. Dempster deceased will phase call i,t my otlice in Glen Dean and settle. K. T. Dempster. Wallace Mr. L,. Cardin. 11. Caidla and Miss I.illie Ky , were married at Saturday afternoon, December Atter a short wedding trip to Louisville, they will make their home in P'ordsvillc. Q Pictorial Pru In i...n. . The moat war-pi- c turaa war-pi- c turaa the bt fint, in us Leslie's Al 7m m asanas The Better let print that stationery for you now; price right THE BRECKEMKIDGE JOHN NEWS CI FRYMIRE 0. BARRAGE. Iditorand Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER ftl The farmers of this vicinity are busy stripping and delivering their tobacco. Crcc!'.ir.rL's3 Cour.Iy I lt'.4 HlBCmbft 10, P. B. flnskins spent the week end at , his home in (lien Dean. I 5. 1917 1J17. At n Cal'fd tffltr-- now T EIGHT PAGES. Subscription prire $1.50 Cards of Thanks a year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. State A 11I Road on the HaftMMtmtg ami HrandenhurK I'ike, and for any other kWMMM that may come belore the Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Court for its consideration. Present: Hon. I). D Dowell, prestd-inIf it is not correct please notify us. Examine theiabel on your paper. Jud(e of the Breckinridge County Court, anil the following named Justices FAR VI EMI of the peace, viz; CAN THIS BXPMfBO FROM J J. Keenan, of a young hoy S I). Cox, I). C Heron, and Abe Hen Just the otlior day we rend tin interesting account of the nett, being all of the by the MOM of Karl Gray, whose home is in Mavtield. (Iraves coun- Peace in commission excJustices Jus pt the ty, Ky. This boy has been unusually honored by being accredited tice from the 1st and lith Magisterial with securing for his county a farm acent, a pure bred live stock Districts. agricultural improvement. And it nil came and a Husiness Lpcals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Ilrec Im idtfe O.ven C. of Hirdinsburg, 0unt PfcWBl Court MlM and btM in Wis the guest HruDer, parents, Mr. at.d of his kjsd for BtWktofldgt County, at the Mrs. R. limner, Saturday and Sunday. Court house in II inluisbnrK, Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear and on Monday, Noveniher the 19th, I917. Object of the meeting to take up some d MghMfl and grandson were the din unflnivhel matters pertaining to tile ner guests i f Mr. aud Mrs. R. Hruner, rrtii of the DodaOB iV Hros. Mr. Idell Biown's, attended thr sale at Saturday. Sunday. ovr 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. n Bl 001 ral Cording to the plans and sptcificatious he could get to attend the fair, then he interested the big farm- and the contract, and the same having er- in having a Farm Agent and it was through the work of the farm been received, a Sufficient amount of money is hereby appropriattd to pay agent that (iraves county improved generally. In venr- - to come we believe the same is going to be said of Judge for same at the contract price to wit: nlir.nl in thie unv Thi MV UllfltPI to 11)111 t lP Uirtl tlUl) sO 8S tO In Re Hardins Creek Ilridges It appeiring that the bridge across win his way to the Suite Fair. He wrote to the State Agent of the Agricultural Kxperimcnt Station at Lexington. The State Agent Hardins Creek on the Hardinslnirg and l ame to Muvticld. tmnrht the hot how to organize the Corn Club so Cloverport I'ike has been completed ac that probable deficit of 13,000.00 in the Road Funds in the hands of the Treasurer of Hreckinridge County, and that the Stale Road Department will not be able to make settlement with the County of its fifty per cent heretofore expended, and which may be expended be.ore the close of the season. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that the Treasurer of Hreckin ridge County be and he is hereby directed to borrow the sum of $3,000 00 in his capacity as Treasurer at a rate LODIBURG not to exceed five per cent interest, for period of not less than Thirty nor Johnnie K. Avitt, Kufus Parks, and more than Ninety days. A Yea and Jasper Head, three of U. S. boys at Nay vote being taken resulted as Camp Zachary Taylor, were at home last viz; Esquire Keenan, Yea; Ksq. week visiting their parents Cox, Yea; Ksq Heron, Yea; and Esq Sam Brown, baggage master from St. Henuett, Yea. Wherefore it is made Louis to Chicago, spent last Sunday with the order of this Court. his cousin, Alaska K. Hardin, St Louis. It is ordered by the Court that the The box supper at Walnut Grove claim of Jno. D Habbage for printing school House, last Monday night was a "ftAITHFUL PEW." lt.illots anil publishing the regular grand success The teacher, Miss Clyda nail October Term's proceedings be and Severs, received Hcv. A. Couch, to use the common expression, "hit $14.05 for the boxes. the same is hereby allowed iu the sum on the bttd,N whan he said in his Thankagjring sermon, that proof of Miss Ruby Payne's box brought the of J19I 75 how grateful the people of Cloverport were for their blessings was highest price, f$ 00. It is ordered by the Court that the evidenced bv t he empty benches in the church at the Thanksgiving following Justices be, and they are, Mrs. Willie I'arr, of Clifton Mills, has the meosles service. hereby allowed their per diem Mrs. Henry Sommers has made I3O Inquire J. J. Keenan day $3 00 While this was the largest crowd we have ever seen at a ThanksEsquire S. D. Cox day 00 shirts tor the soldiers since October I giving service in our town, yet there waS plenty of room for others. Esquire Heron 3 00 She took them m last week and brought It does seem that if every man, woman and child had been really Ksquire D C. Henuett 1 day Abe 00 another big lot home with her to make day grateful for their abundant blessings and mercies, they would, if at On motion duly made, seconded 3and Miss Warda Parks is in Lonisville this all able, liked to have shown their appreciation to their Creator by carried, Court adjourned, week visiting her sister, Mrs. Owen D. D. Dowell, J. II C earning to His house and giving Him the praise and glory for it all. Dowel ns was said of this ambition- - young' boy, and likewise the nine uid of Ibeckeni idge as WSJ -- aid of (iraves county. For through his ambition for the fanners of our county Judge Dowell has secured one of the farm agents, a man who is prepared to teach the farmers the simplest and most scientific way of getting the best results in farming, jutl like a school teacher is prepared to teach our children how to get the Beat and the real important lessons from their reading, writing and arithmetic book-- . And we believe, too, that in having the farm agent is just another step to having good roads. When the farm iands and stock become improved in the county there will be more prosperity and a greater desire for good roads. And now the best way for the farmers to show their appreciation of what Judge Dowell has done for them is for each farmer to earn estlv 'ake hold of the idea and the improved methods of fanning which the farm agent is expected to briog to them. And unless they do. the farm agent's being here will not amount to a row of pins. Judge Dowell is what we would call a patriot. I he farmers are to be congratulated on having a County Judge who is really interested in them and is doing his best to help them. It behooves the fanners now to be equally as true patriots and give to the Nation the b -- t that their farms can produce. --- In Hardintbura and Brandenburg I'ike. It appearing that there will be a Re Homer Hirr and mother spent Sunday with Morton Wheeler and sister, Miss Ida Wheler. Karl Graham, of Rattletown, spent the we?k end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Graham. P. B. Hoskins, of Gleu Dean, is building a new addition to S. J. Br.ishear's dwelling house. Mrs. R. Brunei- and H. C. Dodson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cart. Mrs, Charles O. Graham and daughter, Bi ulah, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Hattie Fr mire. Mrs. E. R. Cart and baby, Elroy, of Shiloh, spent last week with her sistir, Mrs. C L. Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kroush and chil dren, Of Shiloh, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Joe Robertson. A lictle gitl arrived at the home of Mr. end Mrs. C. I,. Dodson on Nov. 25 to nuke her home. Will Peters sold his farm to J. F. Bid- die and has purchased one near Concordia and moved his family last week. They will be missed by their many friends. L. S. Brashear and isteis, Misses L?na and Bessie Lee, Morton Barr, Hetbert Wile, and Claud Dodson attended the pie supper at Shiloh last Saturday night. Remember your soldier boy with a subscription to the Breckenridge News for a Cnristmas present. 2fl j ana in will tsrnP start you in our imJ n v.weexs nave, vour denosit J 1 ti WON'T THAT $63.75 LOOK GOOD TO YOU NEXT CHRISTMAS? TO GET THAT MUCH ALL YOU NEED TODOIS, BRING IN A NICKEL NOW, AND EACH WEEK INCREASE YOUR DEPOSIT 5 CENTS AND IN 50 WEEKS YOU HAVE $68.75. OR YOU CAN BEGIN WITH 10 CENTS, 2 CENTS OR EVEN 1 CENT AND IN 50 WEEKS HAVE: CLUB PAYS $127.60 CLUB PAYS 63.76 CLUB PAYS 25.50 CLUB PAYS 12.76 YOU CAN BEGIN WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT AND DECREASE YOUR PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. THERE ARE ALSO 60 CENT, $1.00 AND $5.00 CLUBS WHERE YOU PAY IN THE SAME AMOUNT EACH WEEK. START TODAY. ALSO START YOUR LITTLE ONES. WE ADD PER CENT INTEREST THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDIN5BURQ, KY. We Offer You Total Assets Over $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods GIVE YOUR WIFE A CHECK BOOK CHECK account is a business education for a woman. 'A few years ago a woman knew little of business methods. Tcday there arc thousands who do their own banking. Has your wife a bank account? If she hasn't, give her one tcday. The wives of successful business men know how to make a deposit. They know how to draw I check. Womon becoming a part of thcbuslness life of the country. We strive to please - . ie the ladies. FIRST STATE BANK W. J. PIGGOTT, President J. M. HKRXDON, Yice President : Irvington, Ky. 1 J. C TAYXK, Cashier J. D. LYDDAN, Ass t. Cashier 1 .S 1 ones who As it was, only the faithful few" were there; the attend church and Sunday School every Sunday; the same ones who attend the Ked Cross meetings and are active in that work; the same ones who work in the Y. If. C. A., and the many other channels which are for the good of humanity. And this is the sad part of it all, to think that the best and most lasting things in life are left to the 'faithful few'' and what a pity the "non-doers- " can't realize what they are missing. " Insure With a Home Company policy with me meets every requirement for absolutely reliable fire insurance Its value is based on FACTS not promises It is a stock company and you have no liability beyond the premium paid. A Christmas Gifts For Both Old and Young. We have for your inspection a very complete line of Rocking Chairs, Davenports, Beds, Kitchen Cabinets, BufHts, Desks, Library and Dining Tables, China Sets, China Bowls, Plates, Cups and Saucers, Cut Glass, Rogers 1847 Silver, Baking Dishes and Casseroles. Our line of Cutlery is the t that can be had. bw-J- Eleven of the hoys from the towns in the mountains were commissioned as first and second lieutenants at Ft. Kenjamin Harrison last week. We are told that these mountain hoys are making the finest kind of soldiers. Although some of them could not read or write when they entered training at CiimpZachary Taylor, yet they shmv a willingness to learn hy going to the "moonlight" schools. Insure with W. C. MOORMAN, Hardinsburg, Ky. The mimes of the household)'! s who refused to sign he Hoover Plfdgg Card and their excuses for so doing, are being secured and sent in to Mr. Hoover. What the results will be we are not able to say htfWever, we are very glad we are not one of those persons. I You may not be charged with being a slacker this year for weai ing life size pockets and belts on your clothes, but beware of next ye.tr. The frills, the furbelows, pockets and belts are going to be conspicuously absent in the 1911 styles. Toys! For the Children Toys! fit And now that Thanksgiving is past and we have given thanks to Futbar for our abuadint blessings and mercies, let's begin today to find those who are less fortunate than we and do something that will bring a bit of Christmas cheer to their heart. The war savings stamps and the dainty little thrift stamps made their initial bow to the public Monday, December 3. It remains to be seen whether or not they will be as popular as their predecessor the Liberty Bond. Our wonderful display of Toys will surprise you; consisting of articles too numerous to mention, so come and inspect. A look will convince you that we can give you the best selec tion at the best prices. Remember we Guarantee Price and Satisfaction. Be sure and ask us how you can get a Women Are Businesslike Statistics show that the number of women depositors it rapidly increasing. Wm realize that women today arm a big figure in the business world. Wm We would suggest that Mr. Hoover have a "Smokeless Day" and see if the men will with him on a smokeless day as well as the women have in meatless, wbeatless and wasteless days. $75 Harmograph FREE! thmir accounts. pay special attention to Our idea of a good time is to lie in a home where they have never yet heard of Hoover. bluibetbtown News. We might add that Cloverport "is a town of beautiful aunsets, pretty girls and good looking soldiers. On November 7, the total number of men Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., Irvington, Ky. Courteous tellers and clerks will gladly explain anything women want to know In thm banking line. Army and Navy was 2,087,391. in the United States The Farmers Bank, - Hardinsburg, Ky. Bhe Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DSC. 1 1917 Kntrred at the PostOIBIceatCloTerport. at accord clan matter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED Is sawing for the Government took a lot of sewing to headquarters in Louis-villMonday. Mr. Logan C. Murray, of New York Kj City was in Cloverport and Hatdins-hur- g Saturday and Sunday visiting I a relatives. ' FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES MEW YORK AND CHICAGO HRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CfTHU RiTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCFMENTS t .50 For Precinct and city Offices $6.00 For County Offices f 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line Train Schedule on The No. L, H. & St. L 17, 1917. R'y. M. M. M. M. M. M. Mi M. Effective June will leave Cloverport.. Arrlalr? Irvlnirtrn Arriving Iiuisville No. 144 will leave Cloveruort Arrlvlmr IrvlDRton Airlvlng No. 146 will leave Cloven ort ... Arriving IrvlnntoB Arriving Louisville 142 east not: no S. B. Meador, Detroit, Mich . rame i ntl Thanksgiving home to wllh.is parints. Mr. and Mrs. Khhu Meai'or of Kingswjoil, Ky. Mrs. Hugh Donaldson will return lo her home in Bowling Green this wee k after an extended visit with htr moth er, Mrs. John 0, Jarboe. Len Gregory came home from Padu-ca- li to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Oft) (Of for the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. A. K. Fisher who has been to his home for several weeks on account of illness was able to be at the drugstore Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Boumer spent Thanksgiving and the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Moorman Jr. and Mr. Moorman In Versailles Sterrett Ashby of the :i6 Infantry Camp Zachary Taylor, came home Wednesday evening aud spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mis. Will Ashby. cor-fined , mother, Mrs Sam Wheatley, left Sim day morning In le nt er linnie. Jne Simmons and Mrs Simmons, ; fter two or three weeks nt home, have re turned to liyton, Ohio, to make their home for a whi e. Annie Keil is able to le out after several davs illnrs, M. i t tin- at the Washer's WeMel for the benefit of the PTtsb) te'rian church, Saturday evening, I er Ij Announcement. For Appellate Judge We are MtlMftafd to announce the name of J W. Me MOB as a candidate lor lb- - ll inocratie nomination for Appellate Judge from the Second District, in the primary, August, liils .TWi 7W rWm rm 7Wi ZW 7Wi JW. 7m 7V, 77Wi7w7Wy77lr.7Tr.777K7 Getting Ready For wst.-a- - . Classified . Death of Mr. Sam Adkisson. Mr Sam Lodiburg Dae ,l (Special) Adkisson, aged sixty one years, died last Monday Nov. 26, at bis home ill this place after a lingering illness of a com-ication of diseases. The funeral ser vice was conducted Tuesday by Rev. J. C, Argabright and the burial took place in the Walnut ('.rove ceniete y. The deceased is survived by one sister, Miss Moliie Ailki son, and one Irother, Clint Adkisson, both of Lodiburg, ADVERTISEMENTS RATE 1c Per Word Each Insertion SantaClaus AT An p NirTtj Advertisers please notify IN ''iitor shea ftre want adveritMroeni iMsi oniinue i WANTlfD WAN'TKl' A farm of aliout mi or l(i acn s, well Inmroveil. near rallronil. V. K Ulam- cork. ;, w. Krecklef Mm St.. LettlerllM, Ky of twelve (1 wantkh farsi band to wuffc fof atefsi months or more: maTfted, Titos, I'omirhue Hiinllnsliurx Ky.. H. No 1. lied WANTKIi To huy a four-iaistply at Til l News Oltlce. Card of Thanks. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS to ail who so am deeply grat-fVimi t WAM'KIl make extra, money hy kindlv assisted me dur.ng the illness rrnt.nff th.it spurt mom or your v rant In hi" I'V running i Want Ad. In Till HKK and death of mv brother. CKENKIIMIF N I W I Miss Mollie Adkisson. I ul FOU SALE A . A. 12:15 P. 4:Wl T. 5:50 P. 7:40 P. 5:0" A 5:51 A. 7:25 A: 10:11 10 57 A lift A. M. WKST BOt'NO will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evnnsvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hiiwesvllle Arriving Owt nshoro 145 will leave Cloverport No Arriving Owensboro Arrlvlug Henderson Arriving Evansville Arriving St. Louis No. 14" will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson No. 141 huh i I2:0!l P 1:5S I MO P 7:45P !l 11 1:23 P S:(H P :00 P 55 :00 P. I I office phone 46 Mrs. Robert Wilson and children Raymond "Lee and Dorothy Wilson Louisville are in Dayton, O , the niiiiiiiiiiiiiimii iiiiiiiiiiini ni m iiiii i guests of Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr I and Mrs. Will Perkins. Engraved calling cards for Christ iimmn iiiiinHiiiiHiin iMiimimiiimiiiiiiim mi and Business f mas is a most acceptable gift. They Of a Personal are pric d from $1.25 up. Your order-giveNature Gathered for Our Busy M M M A. 1 :50A. 2:17 A. 7:40 A. 6:30 A. 7:46 A. ... 9:00 A. M M M M M The members of the Lucile Memorial 1'resbyterlan church will give a Pie andl Warshers Warsh Saturday You Dec. B, at the Simon's Building. are invited. Mr. and Mrs.' George Bent ley and their attractive daughter, Miss Margaret Bentley, Hawcsville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wood Thanksgiving. We will be glad to have your order f:r renewals or new subscriptions either, for all magazines. Clubbing rates given. Call the Breckenridge News HOME BOYS IN SERVICE II C Hon Bojri in Service lot or food Milk Cows PALI Ky. Bmv, HftVdlMl Qtlhtrl ttroi, Mini Kou MLB-Pi- m Illii now 1 eutt I9M.0O, Will m r'UMea le. W, (. Rltilr, Can he seen hy ipH1nt tue M Cloverport. Ky. KOH IV ml NOLTE'S Christmas Store!! v"V I LOCAL ITEMS. Keaders iimiiiiiinm mi iiiiiiiii n I mi uiiinmi iiimii minimi Mrs. Cody. Mrs. Nannie Adkison, Hardinsburg is here to be with hor brother, Mr G. W. Payns who is critically ill. Mra. O. W Dowell and Mrs. W. Dowell of Stephensport spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Payne Dr. Jesse Lampton and brother, Mr. Claude Lamptou'were here Tuesday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Qui J gins. Th y were enroute to their home Thanksgiving. at Henderson after being in McQuady will pleaaa aaml ma Mrs Sallie DeHaven and Samuel visiting their father who is ill. tha Noveinhar laaue, freo of charge Edward Conrad were in Louisville making 0 laauag In nil. Paul Wilson, little son of Mr. and Young Woman Dies. , Kama Friday shopping. Mrs. Steve Wilson is better after hav (I'leaae write vary plainly')"" Aililreag Stephensport, Dec. 3 (Special) On Mrs. Nannie Cox, Irvington is in ing a serious spell of pneumonia. Mar State! Louisville the guest of her daughter, shall Mattingly and Evelyn Mattingly, Thursday morning November 29th at Mrs P. W. Foote. have also boen sick with la grippe at 1:j0 o'clock, the angel of death entered the home of Mrs William Gilbert While In Louisville last week, Mr. the home of their aunt, Mrs. Wilson. and took from her her sister, Miss Avis Mrs. Frank Carter purchsseu a and Fordsvtlle Planing Mill Company L. Hyde, after a lingering illness of handsome Victor "Vlctrola." will fuftiish you American Fencing. months, which was borne patiently, he Stephes-por- t Writ them to day for prices' of Fenc Sam Dix representing bravely and even cheerfully. Flour Mill Company was here ing, Barbed Wire, Smooth Wire and Miss Hyde was just past her thirtieth Wednesday on a buisness trip. Nails. See their prices of "Big I" birthday at the time of her death. Since Has Permanently Located In Hardinsburg. Mrs. Sarah Whltworth ot Garfield Barn Door Hangers and 'Rail in this her mother's death in I899. her sweet Office in Masonic Building lormerly occupied went to Louisville Saturday and is issue by Dr. H. E. Royally life was mostly spent at Hardin Grove visiting her sister, Mrs. Geir. Mrs. John C. Jarboe accompained by I ml , with her aunt, Mrs. Joe D. Rra her daughter, Miss Irene Jarboe will shear, however the last six months were Or. H. 1 Stephenson and Mrs. Stephenson aud two children spent Satur- leave this week for St. Petersburg, spent here with heV sister, Mrs Will. day in Louisville, Christmas shopping. Fla. to spend part of the winter and Gilbert The funeral services were conducted Andrew Ashba was in Eddyville, bsfQre returning home in the spring Insurance Office Ky., the guest of Miss Freda Mae Ban-no- n they will visit several different places by Rev. C. B. (.entry at the residence, Thursday afternoon at a::il)oclock, in the Thanksgiving holidays. in the South land. during the Wm. Seaton, Miller Ferry, and Ruth-e- r presence of a large number of friends Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman are in Pate were in Lexington, Thursday Interment in. the Hill cemetery. son, Mr Morganfie d visiting their Chns. B. Skillman and Mis. Skillman. to see Forrest Dryden Weatherholt Lieut. Lyon Honored. who is a student at K. S. IT. and to TorMrs. Wilbur Gregory and son of foot ball game between Irvington, Ky., Dec. 1. Lieutenant spent the week end with her attend the Louisville UniverUniversity of Florida and the R. L. Lyon was the guest of honor at a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bohler. sity of Kentucky the later scored a Stag dinner, S.iturday evening, given Seda-liLife, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lewis, victory of 62 to 0. by Paul (Woodrow) Wilson. Other Mo., to be the guests ot Mr. Lew guests were: Don Lddan. Clarence is's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mi.Glothlan and H irrv Conniff HILL Lewis. The dining room was artistically decSunday Mrs. Frank Mattlngly spent orated in bunting and tUgs. The table Old Reliable Companies in Evansville, Iud., the guest of her Miss Iva Wine returned from St. .on is was ornamented with geraniums aud brothers, A. T. McDonald and F. K. Mo. , last week candlesticks of red, white and blue held McDonald. The house on the hill vacated by Mrs. white tapers. Place curds were adorn Miss Mollie Adkisson, Lodiburg who Dunn and family three weeks ago, is ed with a small lUg. Mrs. Wilson, in receiving an inside coat ot puint. htt clever way, served the dinner which Charlie cauie home from consisted of four courses. The boys adJackson journed to the reception hall and were Priticeto.ii, Ky. , aud spent Thanksgiv ing with his family and remained dur- enjoying smokes when they were tening the week visiting relatives and dered a Ukulele serenade. Mr. Jackson is pleased with frteuds Advisory Boards. his work and returned Sunday morning. t TVM! . tti: The members of Kentucky's legal and Effective Sunday, NovemTT TT lll-M ss Tina Keil has been to Louisville medical advisory, boards for the selecand spent Thanksgiving with relatives. 1917, L, H. & Net Hair ber 25th, tive draft recommended by Gov. StanMrs. Viola Jacksou has goue to Dam ley have been approved as follows: apeclally elerlllaea, and se St. L. R'y. Train No. 147 dainty and light that It reeta 43 to visit her daughter, Mrs. Arthur You aa your Uati- invlalbiy. The Medical Board of the Fifth Disand 148 will depart and Mr, Daugherty. can reogalae mis uat . trict Including Daviess, Hancock, Brecklaugher ty, and The Little Blue Envelope Mrs J. H. McKinney passed through inridge, McLean, Ohio and Muhlenburg arrive at the Shops instead vuraa. sefits -' towu Saturday from Stepheusport, where counties: Drs. P. J Gillian, R E. Grifof Cloverport ss heretofore. lected humai. hair la uaed she spent last week with Mrs. McKin- fin aod W. H. Strother, meets at tux all ahadaa. Perfect ur.aleh 3 sad Caj M f lit !'re doaa ney 'a relatives. Owensboro 21 your HI ala u M. W0MACK, t to ol kava tSe.u, received by ie family Members of the Legal County Board A message was Kartnaana, tm.. la.. Ittttf. 10 General Patstngtr Agent on Saturday from Evansville saying that for Breckinridge county: D. C. Walls, 114 Foor'.n Terk t.. Mrs. Murray Pryor was quite ill and her Claude Mercer and W. Sherman Ball. Vl-- Mrs. Guy Bandy, Uasin Sprint was Hardinsburg Monday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Furrow were in Louisville Monday, shopping. Great bargains in all styles cf hats. Selling below cost, Mrs. J N. Cordrey. Mrs. Morris Beard and son, Murray Beird motored to Cloverport Sunday. William Hall, Webster and J. B Herndan, Irvingtoa were in Hardins burg Monday. Miss Grace Pauley and Miss Kathleen Crist were in Owensboro to spend in Shelby Conrad spent Monday In Louisville. Miss Lula McGavock was in Holt, Ky , Friday. Mrs. Harry Hamman returned from Louisville Friday. immediate attention at the Breckinridge News office. A year's subscription to a good migazlne makes the best kind of Christmas gift, Your order will be given careful attention at the Breckenridge News office. Please shop early. Mr. and Mrs. Koy Mattlngly and little daughters, Misses Malting y re tamed Thursday evening from Louis Thanksgiving ville after spending there with Mrs. Mattingly's sister, Nov. 29, I9IS Bdttof, l!reckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. wish to write a few lines Hear Sir: for your paper about the 7th. 0 S. Located permanently in Hardin-fct(, BugiaCefS Stationed at I t Leavenworth, occupving office recently vacated by Kalis. Dr, Walker. We are getting a ong line and are also fed well. I luring the holidays we bud a fine Thanksgiving dinner as good as any b.dy could get, the meals we got .i.i won't! be worth f'i 00. This was our j menu: oyster soup and crackers, roast turkey with oyster dressing, cold boiled ham, creamed potatoes candied sweet potatoes, sweet corn, b'rencb pe s, celery, Oliver, sweet pickle, combination salad, Worchester sauce, ketchup, wheat bread, butter, apples, grapes, oranges, pump, kiu pie, mince pie, choclate cake, as sorted nuts, coffee, cigars and cigarettes That was "some" dinner and we sure did eat. I have been in the Army six months and the Army cannot be beat anywhere Be a Busy Bertha in the strife. Tlirse are brisk and Cncle Sam is mighty good to his bos. bumitU times. Don't get out of I enlisted June tith, I9I7 and do not re step. Tram our hram to the double tnU with the hdp ol gret it a bit. Enlisted at Hutchinson, am a Kans , to fight for old glory. Kentucky boy fighting in a Kansas tho eaeertallMt masaslM in "VaaMy Fair'America. kn.w Regiment. Who's who and Willi h is which. It's ihn humor RAadastna, lha stave 1 have just from Glen Dean, returned maaaslae; ln fact, it la u mlly uuio'.ih. rnKo Came through Ky , off on a furlough. i.n.l im liw i.pt nf the fonv.. nn I. rt unil l.i.nks iirel Cloverport Nov. 2::, I was visiting my that eeiwi in maele aad motors, !anr-la- a Jr. R. T Dempster and and dots, and faahtoni fur Grandfather, Ithcr (lat the- chaaio aiiint Father and Mother, Mr. and Mrs. WalHere a hew I Specir l Offer 5 Iasuei for $1 ter liaxter of Rockvale, Ky (6 if yuu prsasptly). I will probably write you another let ff ml no money nnw unions you wish ter Christmas, that is it I am not ill ta Juat mall the cuupon today. prance or Russia. Vanity Fair I remain yours sincerely. W. I it li Street. N. V. C. I SCcapt your offer 5 lutuca of William A. Howard, Vanity Fair, heclnnlnc December for II. (Canadian 11.26; forelfn Co. E. 7U1 Regiment, II. 60.) I Inclose 11 (OR) Seti ma U. S Engineers Regulars, hill at a later data. Aa I am mailing thla Ft Leavenworth, Kans, promptly, you Mr. John I). Babbagw, 1 Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST vv ifet Public Sale! I will on Friday, Dec. 7th otrer for sale it large part (if the live tock on the farm of -' heavy ma rc niules, 16 hands high, year-old well broken: S nice yearliiiLr mare mules; :i registered saddle mures, one in foal ly Burke Cochran, the other a old and not bred; .'! year-olbMcfe jcniiet. quit a good one; old black Jack (Hen) and none better in the county, lie is full 16 hands high and has all the boM and MbcUkBCt v and is a proven sire of utility mules. J, A. Waggoner, of lardinsburg. recently sold a weanling mule b him tO J I Lucas, of Hudson, for 9i 7. perhaps the highest price pai l In the county this season. If jotl are in the hole, buy this .lack at a long price he will pull you out in about four months. I'm putting this .lack in to help nrike up my s'.ile and if you don't want him when knocked off jut leave him in my barn; 1 .Jersey cow; 1 '2 year old Jersey bull, and a nice one. Will also sell a select lot of 200 pound, pure-breDuroc Jersey gilts these gilts are all bred for March farrow. They are Defender in blood line and have been mated to Col. O. K. '2nd, a fully developed boar. You can not make a mistake if you should pay i)(i5 or $0 for one of these. Will also sell a few boars big enough for service. con-Mstin'- Hello! Wake up! 1 VANITY FAIR 1 d 1 neee-sar- I ni 111 ,' Dr. R. I. Stephenson Sale will be positive, rain or shine, ant! will be conducted as my former sales have, on a high plane there will be no Sale to begin promptly at 12:30 DENTIST Terms Made Known Day of Sale. . EE or L. C. TAUL Cloverport, Kentucky Irvington, Kentucky Drury, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Why People Buy From a, Fire, Lightning nado and Windstorm, Accident, Health Stores That Advertise You have often heard people ask this question, "Why is it 1 never strike a bargain like you dor" That person is not a wide-awak- e nor careful buyer and does not read the advertise- ITEMS Insurance. . ments in Notice THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS When a business man pays money to make a public announcement, he usually has something worth while to offer something that is to your advansale, a new tage to know. He has a money-savin- g assortment of styles or extraordinary values of some kind to tell you about. 1 th-.- t "- To take advantage its advertisements. of these opport- 1 E. ''.. unities you must get at the meat of the newspaper ni-l- tv WHY FEAR DEATH'S CALL? j GIVE EWES A IMPORTANT CHANCE q It Is well to give tlie brooding TO BE ON TIME Philosopher Regards Patting Away ss Only Natural and Good Feara the Unnatural. I pw.-- They were dtoCflMtag dentil, n little group nf men. nil of Ihi'in In tho MM of iii nitii and Hm itary of living. I of Um world, in ii senst, and enjoying life tii : MOMMfi llM subject Of" D :ilh was introduced ly the atuiounceinenl e man with whew 1 thui n tiii Ihm'h acquainted had 0 nil of tin-i' widely-Know- imsM'ii awn, 1 ccmttlng to t'iPtiiiilnw (O.) Dispatch, aald ba hail d to think of death, that be waa actually afraid to think of It. Ilo Ml loved life Unit itatfc v omrd h terril.Ie enemy, nnd ho would like- to BBCBBe It. But the philosopher of tho party only Iip wns not known as n pWloeopher until hp delivered his ntti- pnacbneM Mild In- could not understand such un attitude toward don th. "I um not afraM of sjqrtMsg that is nn t urn I." he Bali, "It Is the untiii t tirnl it would bo Baaaiaial timt sis ism to live forever, nnil I would hate to he oatcBjcoal to Nob n punishment. Hut OBth is natural ; I an not afraM of it. pie have died; they nre Billions of dying every day. Little children have died and old men mid women, and the MrdO and bOaatJ all pass nway. and the bJmm iii the streams, and every living IbiBI upon the earth Is to die. Why, then, should a area! halh of a clap like i ivsolf, 0B0 who has hail and Is having his time, why should I fear oi r tin- - part, - a J e J e 2 nn extra chance "'I' time to the end that they may he i'f a in good conditio l.r Nng, On IBOtr Ihrlfl and strength at breeding time doppttdl largOl our sureess with the coming crop of lamb. Hn most larins on wnien ulelatBed fanning Is followed theft is opportunity for frequent , bunco of pasture. This kj re!Ished by sheep more than by any other stock, and they re- l sajckty by laying oa flesh nnd showing that thrift nnd strength BO satisfactory to ev- - Even the Biggest Men of Affairs Arrange Their Business on Punctuality as Safe Quids. A young RentWklltB lost n big fortune by being go minutes late in keeping n bnatnoaa sgngi meut, according to the Chrlstan RcfnMi The riMtftCM old fellow With the scythe always gels nil that Is coining to him. And lie re Is many a bad soar on our fortunes where he has had to prod us up to the mat k. Time ll cheap and wo tire apt to think wo CM lib h it ns we will. But It Is always ourselves we rob, not lime. Maybe you can waste your own time by being late In keeping engagements and feel that the loss. If any. Is your own affair. But it also Is the alTalr of the man you keep waiting. You wnste his time. too. If. your time Is worthless, maybe his is not. He may conclude that his time Is worth more to Mm than you nre. In many cases It mny not matter much. But one never knows until afterward whether It mutters or not. And through false politeness we nre usually assured that it does not matter even when It does. Only the Idle ami cnreless, whose time Is of the least value, can afford to wnste It by looseness in keeping engagements. It may be hnrd to ncqulre the fixed habit of always being on time, but It can be done, and It Is worth while to do It. Oreo I business men have thjs habit. Men of great affairs, whose time Is most Completely taken up, nre usually on time. It is they who know best the value of time nnd the importance of saving It by being prompt. Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm Glen Dean, K J ? m THE HOWARD I. M. HOWMID FARMS y. i. l aosr rtso. bssrata 1 SON. Prop. J O O Glen Dean, Ky, Poland Polled Durham Cattle. Hogs. Short Horn China Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs BBva won 1000 Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs s,n a J e Ribbons at State Fairs Past Five Years Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leal Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Dea'cr in and Ilieeder of try llockmater. CROPS Valley Home Stock Farm J OWES Thos. O'Donoghue Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Po- - a SOUS. Preprltlttl . Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers in - HAVE WINTER GARDEN Ky. Hardinsbiirg, Ky Route 1 m Lettuce and etadishes May Be Grown for Holidays Force Rhubarb In Dark Basement. Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle land China Hojfs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Live Stock and 1 Not afraM of that which is natural 1 If only all of us COOM Milt lllail that the Ball III al Is foot and he unnatural hod. what n splendid world it would be for everything and everybody. I death V" CURIOUS LEGACIES ARE LEFT Man Wills Wife a Farthing, to Be Forwarded to Her in an Unstamped Envelope. A gentleman Inte'y left "the , oaken walking-stick- hOBflng verses been u sapling with silver head alluding to it having gTOWB from an BCOCB law on my Wadding day," to his nephew, and to his sister "the damask tablecloth with figures and armorial bearings ing the marriage of Louis IV. of France." A Liverpool lady, who died lately, left to her nephew nephews seem to be speelally favored her doormats, except parlor mats und the oilcloth in the hall. 1'erhaps she feared he might sell the oilcloth and go in for riotous living on tin- proceeds. The will of an eccentric lady the following clause: "As to my sisters, nleci's. in phew, brother IBJ'IBWi cousin, nothing shall come from me to them hut a bag of sand to nib themselves w ith. Nolo deserve even a good by. I do not recognize a single one of them." Dear old thing ! Meanest of all, however, was the man who left his wife a farthing! with directions that it should he forwarded to her In (in unstamped envelope con-'tain! Tit-Bit- planted University of Missouri College of Ag- rl culture. Ordinarily lettuce and radishes may be planted In n hotbed soon after cold weather begins and they will he ready for the Thanksgiving season, if well cared for. Another crop mny be grow n Immediately afterward by recharging the bed. and this- will be Nnd by the Christmas nnd New Year holidays, onions may, ba anally grown from seeds under the same conditions, provided th.y nr.- kept growing rapidly and the temperature docs not become too liich during the early pnrl of their growth. After the coldest weather is past. If the frames are not Beaded for starling an early spring crop, another crop, or even two, of the same vegetables may be had In the early spring. Another crop which may he had In the full by transplanting about the time frost Is expected. Is celery. This, when grown In the hotbed or will be entirely which Is tin added Incentive to using It in this way. Any thoroughly dark corners In the basement may be used for forcing roots of rhubarb or even asparagus at nny time during the winter, and parts of the asparagus or rhubarb rows may be forced early in the spring by building I COMfraBM over them about two months before the ground would ordinarily thaw. cold-frnm- e, comparatively Msy. If one Is willing to spend n little time In carlo:.' for n hotbed, to have several green vegetable crops throughout a lnrge part of the winter season nceordlnc to the horticultural department of the It Is Hardinsburg, Ky.. Route Tobacco HARRY R. NORTON. ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Proprietor Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm lrvinf,ton, Ky. Owner G. P. MAYSbY. BREEDER OP Farmer. Dealer. Breeder and Feeder I of Farmer and Buyer of 2. Registered Ouroc Jersey Hogs, llardinsburjf. ky.. Boule Hereford and Jersey Cattle Websler, Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco DRURY'S STOCK FARM C. H. DRURY. Proprietor Farmer and Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows. Boars and Gilts For Sale Irtington, Ky , Park Place G. N. Lyddan MONKEY'S LOVE FOR YOUNG Practically Devote Entire Mothers Lives to Their Babies and Fondness Knows No Bounds. Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. 60 yenrs. MTns surely inaientes a world wide tendency to standardize. Every builder's ladder Is built to scale, and the fireman's ladder Is on the scale of the seuman's run up the This Space For Sale R. F. 0. No. 1 Curious Timekeepers. To nsecrtnln the time at night, the Apache Indians employed a gourd on which the stars of the heavens were marked. As the constellations rose In the sky, the Indian referred to his By gourd and found out the hour. turning the gourd around he could tell the order In which the constellation might be expected to appear. The hill people of Assam reckon time nnd distance by the number of chewed. It will be quids of betel-nutremembered how, according to Washington Irving, the Dutch colonial assembly was Invariably dismissed at the last puff of the third pipe of tobacco of OoT, Wouter Van Twlller. A Montagnla Indian of Canada will 6et up a tall stick In the snow when traveling ahead of friends who are to follow. lie murks with his foot the line of shadow cast, and by the change In the angle of the shadow the party can tell, on arriving nt the spot, uhout how fur ahead the leader Is. s Monkeys nre horn In almost ns helpless n condition ns nre human beings. For the first fortnight after birth they pass their time In being nursed, In sleeping and in looking about them. During the whole of this time the care and attention of the mother nre most The slightest sound or exemplary. movement excites her Immedlnte notice, nnd, with her hnhy In her arms, she skillfully evades any approaching danger by the most ndrolt maneuvers. At the end of the first fortnight the little one begins to get about by Itself, but always under Its mother's wntch-- f ill enre. She frequently uttempts to teach it to do for Itself, but never forgets her solicitude for its safety, nnil SPREAD MANURE ON FIELDS nt tho earliest Intimation of dnnger seizes It in her nrins nnd seeks a place Loss of Plant Food by Fermentation of refuge. When ahout six weeks old the baby begins to need more substanand Leaching Ought to Be Pretial nourishment than milk nnd Is vented Test at Wooster. taught to provide for Itself. The mothTo prevent loss of plant food by fer- er's fondness for her offspring conmentation and leaching in barnyards tinues; she devote! all her time o its and stables, manure should be spread comfort and education, and, should It on the corn ground during the liitii meet with nn untimely end, her grief winter and early spring months, Is so Intense ns frequently to cause her own death. Ancient English Tree. There grows In the beautiful garden of the dowager counties of Derby, Jn England, nn nnclent onk tree which is said to be the oldest one In England. The size of the trunk of this venerable onk testifies to Its antiquity, but on a stone sent by Its side Is more direct evidence. The sent henrs a tablet BREEDING DOGS WITH WOLVES Darwin's Belief Was That Domestic Canines Represent Several Racaa of the Wild Animal. if f Henry Trent I). W. Trent ;p.X Dstls R fW narainsDurg Livery se t recording thnt Wilberforce wrote In Manure Being Wasted. his dlnry In 1788 that he well remembered, nfter a conversation with Pitt, nnd before descending Inte the Vale of Kenton, sitting nt the foot of "nn old tree" nnd resolving to give notice In the house of commons thnt he would move the abolition of the slave trade. The tree In question, which wns therefore a good age 130 years ago. Is carefully preserved with zinc plates where the dump might gather, nnd the branches nre held up with Iron bars, hut It henrs n goodly crop of leaves, und seems good for many years of life. French Drapery. Flowers of the States. states of the I'nion have adopted state flowers official or fors mally agreed upon emblems. Is not one of them, although there Is n sort of growing idea, amounting almost to common consent, that the trailing arbutus Is our state flower, says the Boston Transcript. If It la, we have that emblem In common with thP pfOViBjCC of Nova Scotia. Connecticut has a legally adopted flower, and It Is in many respects the liiiest possessed by any state In the I'nion. It There are is the mountain laurel. flowers more beautiful than our laurel of the woods, but its bloom is so easily conventionalized, so bright and so decorative, thut It Is peculiarly fitted for emblematic purposes. Twenty-siMnssn-rhusctt- Time to Work Hard. When fortune begins to smile upon you Is the time you will have to spunk up most. Then It Is thut most folks begin to tuke It eusy und full. e Getting Into the public eye is a to make good. There are thou- ands of others in the same business. ou must surpass them or remain one of the crowd. If the pluee you occupy gets crowded you must spunk up u little more. Put ou a little more steam, a little more brains and push are needed. Maybe the other fellow is at his limit now. Keep on pushing to the front. The courage with which you atrive will receive lta reward. Work cliul-'eng- la bound (OrlL with brain and hand and the victory to be aoara. Pennsylvania The French are pastmusters In the nrt of draping fabrics. A Pnrlslennc has truthfully said thnt French taste Is distinctly feminine and as clear as t':o Ce ilic language Itself, snys an exchange It possesses t!t 3 genius of three-yea- r plied to corn In a rotai curves, the secret of what is graceful of corn, wheat nnd clover hus pi ;,nd the Intuition of what brings about duced N bushels more corn than lam harmony. These characteristics ere receiving no treatment. Four tons of oil to he found In French art, French manure to the acre ou both corn and Industries and French creations. r wheat In u rotation of corn, 1; is In France that we find the oats, wheat, clover und timothy hus work of th most skilful hands, tht produced tin increase of 14.11 bushels most artist Jewelry, the richest of com, as an uverage of 20 years. clothes and th" most beautiful huts. In Light tons of manure on the suine foreign counliles the Idea of ugliness crops In the sume rotutlou hus In- or bad tr.BBS Is never associated will: creased the corn yield only 23.8 bush- the women of France. els during this period. In other words, doubling the amount of manure has E;:ng One's Self. Increased the corn yield only 00 per We owe It to u..iiiklnd to give ourcent. In order to apply the manure selves as we ure t.) eurth's aggregate evenly and over a lurge urea u maWe are and experience. nure spreader Is recommended by the of attainment Indeed to raise ourselves to our Nth experiment station. power of existence and achievement, but that highest power must stIU be KEEP ONE STANDARD BREED our own, individually expressed. Even though our best ba poorer thun some Stick to It for Couple of Years, or one else's Indifferent medium, it will Until Satisfied There la Somebe a thousand times better for us and thing Better. for all, thut humanity get each unde-rlveand Incommunicable self rather If you wish to go Into the poultry than that It receive an imperfect and business systematically, select one disappointing duplicate of another. standard breed and stick to It for a And let us remember, also, both for coupii. of years, or until you are snlls-tieour comfort and our Inspiration, tlat there Is something better. Mixing he who gives his utmost Is at the last flocks Is bad. analysis rendering a greater service Auother point to bear In mind la that than ba who, though seemingly beyou should not aell egg when everystowing much, gives but a fraction of body elae la selling. That la whan the his possible being and doing to his (allow men. Philip Burroughs Strong. market la lowest live-yea. d d Greater returns are obtained from manure spread evenly over a lurge area than from the same amount scattered heavily over u smaller tract. As an uverage of 17 years' tes' the Ohio experiment station nt V ter, eight tons of immure per ucr, ratlines, not the bricklayer's trudge up the wooden rungs. But perhaps the ' greatest triumph of standardizing Is s that of the circus. London Livery, Feed and soys: There are hlg and little circuses world, but the ring Is always In the Sale Stable of the same diameter, for the bnre-bac- k rider has discovered the exact : Hardinsburg;, Ky. angle nt which he can square the circle. No matter vifcether It be a ring cut In the turf or a luxuriously theater, the circus ring never In the Westminster Gazette. It has long been known that dog and wolf varies a foot. Buffon, for win Interbreed freely. Dealer In Natural Liberty. example, tells us that he made such Second Hand Goods a cross successfully. Indeed, In RusThe natural liberty of man, by ensia tho Tsars long kept up ti fierce tering Into society, Is abridged or reIRVINGTON, KY pack of hounds for wolf hunting In strained, so far only ns Is necessary Business Solicited which a strong strain of wolf was for the grent end of society, the best Unfortuii'itely, n few years good of the whole. In the state of evident. ago tho little daughter of a huntsman, every man Is, under God, judge crossing their kennel alone, stumbled and sole judge of his own rights nnd ATTORNEY nnd fell, and the savage brutes set of the Injuries done hlra. By entering upon nor nnd devoured her on the Into society he agrees to an arbiter or Get my Rates for Collecting Notes and spot. The Indignant tsar had the indifferent Judge between him i bis Mortgages by Suit in the Circuit Conrt. whole pack destroyul. neighbors; but he no more rein uncos Cloverport, Kentucky Even In England the cross with the his original right than by taking a wolf has been resorted to for otter cause out of tho ordinary course of hounds In order to Incrense the cour- law, and leaving the decision to refage nnd strength of Jnw of the dogs. erees or Indifferent arbitrators. In the But ns the first cross proved rather last case he must pay the referees for too wild nnd uncertain In temper for time and trouble. He should also be safe handling, the masters of otter willing to pay hla Just quota for the hounds have nlwnys crossed back support of government, the law and again nnd again to the dog till there the Constitution. Samuel Adams. h perhaps only one remnlned of wolf blood, or even less. Learn to Listen. This fact establishes the fertility of Men like the girl who can chatter, the hybrid between the wolf and the they love the girl who can listen. dog when bred back to one of the but so few of us who learn this original parents, but so far there has There are youth. But as we get older In hjen no evidence to show how far the we early realize that people In general would hybrids would be fertile when bred a good listener than to Recently, how- rather talk to together continuously. be entertained by the most brilliant ever, In the present century, this has In the world. been tested by Pr. Alarlc Behm of conversationalist If you are not popular with men aud zoologlcnl gardens, the Stockholm with women, make up your mind to MAGAZINEit who has given a brief account of the sag find out why you ore not. Study yourby him. results obtained 360 ILLUSTRATIONS you ara disself and try to realize If loyal, unsympathetic, opinionated or CRUEL JOKE ON A SQUIRREL selfish. Exchange. In "Tho Origin of tho Spocles" Dnr-wi- n expressed tho opinion thnt the dog wns originally descended, from tho wolf. He wus Inclined to think thnt In different parts of the globe ninn had tamed the particular species of wolf which would lie found there, nnd that our domestic dogs, therefore, represent not one liut several races of the wild animal, writes It. B. Townshend Tlt-Blt- R. B. McGlothlan nu-tu- V. G. BABBAGE 1 sixty-fourt- I Naturalist Replaces Nuts With Stones Repents When He Sees Hungry Frisky Dig Snow Away. Most squirrels keep two or more Rtores of food. Rev. J. G. Wood, the naturalist, tells of n friend who found one of these reserve stores, which a squirrel had provided for an emergency and, In a moment of thoughtlessness, the man determined to play u Joke on he squirrel. He accordingly replaced tlie nuts by small, round stones mi l refully conceuled all evidences ut bj i visit. ( 'no cold day In winter h passed tlie peg and found that tho - inlrrel bat! c'lUd there a short time previously, tuts he knew by Um fact thnt t''n Inches of snow I. d been scr itched from t'le top i f tht hole, outside of which tiie ones hud been ci'.st by UsS sVanppottttss i.uimui. This the JejttSf with remorse. He said: "I niver felt tho folly of Iiractlcal Joking bo ii.uch in my Hfsv Fancy the poor Utile follow, ulrTH'd g with cold, and scanty food, but, a long winter, res lvc! to economize his little hoard as BMCh as possible. Fancy him nt laet determined to break this perhaps his last magazine, and cheerfully brushing awuy the snow, fully confident thnt a good meal awaited him as the reward of his cold Job, and after all finding nothing but stones. I never felt more mean and ashamed in my life. st'-ui- 't ljre-seeln- Antiquity of Nursery Rhymes. "Sing n Song of Sixpence" Is ns old as the sixteenth century. "Three Blind Mice" Is found In a music book dnted 10(H). "The Frog and the Mouse" was licensed In 15S0. "Three Children glUIng on the Ice" dates from 1(VI. "London Bridge Is Fulling Down" is of "unfathomable" antiquity. "Boys and Girls Come Out to Play" Is certainly as old as the retga of Charles the Sec- ond. as is also "Lucy Locket Lost Her I'ocket," to the tune of which the song, American "Yankee Doodle" was written. "Pussy Cat, Where Have Tou Been" is one of the nge of Queen Bess. "Little Jock Horner" is older than the seventeenth century. "The Old Woman Tossed In a Blanket" is of the reign of James the Second, to which monarch It Is said to allude. ' rail BETTER so uMotssTJuto 15c a copy At Your Newsdealer THAN EVER f orly Subscription $1.80 nd for our new fnm cat' 3g of mechanical book lar Mechanics Magazine rth Michigan Avenue, Chicago Shelman Stock Farm. Dldnt Win by Hla Teeth. A Philadelphia dentist bad the nerve to publish a picture of Washington with this statement underneath : "Our first president owed his wonderful health to sound teeth." I assume that the dentist knows more he knows about teeth Jbout writes than correspondent a In the Philadelphia Ledger. Washington's teeth were his one physical defect. They amounted almost to a facial blemish when be smiled, and one sour critic of our first president who knew him wall said the reason ba so rarely laughed was his dislike to showing the ravage of decay la his bmmUl I offer for sale Shelman Stock Farm of 115 acres on a broad county road 2 miles Fast of Stephensport a railroad and Ohio river, 20 acres In woods 30 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, good tobacco barn, stock barn 36x64 ten foot machine shsd full Isngth of the barn, well and pood at barn, never failing spring, new six room cottage and cistern, garage, blacksmith shop and several other out buildings, about 600 bushels of corn siO tons of clovsr hay two good mares, one horse, one Sne jack, two big Jersey milch cows, four Jersey hslfer calves, nine durooB hogs, seven hampshlrs hogs, two waggons and lot of good farming implements will be sold all together if deA. V. Whitworth, sired. Stephensport, Kf. INTERNED TEUTS FARE WELL HERE United TICK Vorth EDICT IS LIFTED IRELAND FEELING DOLORES CECILIA BONILLAS ( FATTENS MEN IN NEUTRAL LANDS Kaiser Sends Conscripts Abroad Before Entering Into Active Service. CUT DOWN RATIONS AT HOME Germans peril injair dyes as Well as South Profits From Release. NO PINCH OF WAR American Navy Men Find Food Cheaper There Than at Home. MlJnitions Workers Usp Explosive to Get Auburn Tint. British Official Issues Warning Against Practice Which Is Fatal to Health. TiOndon. An official of the explosives department of the ministry of munitions has attend a warning against the practice, disclosed In a West London police court case, among munition workers of using T. N. T. powder to Impart to their hair a chestnut or unburn color. The particular powder mentioned was tetryl, u variety of T. N. T. "Ofieinlly. I nm unaware of the practice," said the official, "but If It does exist it Is a most one. The familiar pigmentation of the skin, due to handling this explosive Is not, In Itself, a serious matter, for It wears off after a time, but the skin Itself Is a great absorber of poison, and toxic Jaundice and may result. Those continually 'doping' tho scalp nnd roots of the hair with T. N. T. would lay open to this obstinate complaint, but. apart from this, the effect of the stuff on the hair cells nnd tlsshe Is In no way persistent. A yellowish hue may be imparted, but (dewed purely as an ornament It Is Ineffective. "PlcrlC add, on the other hand, which gives a deeper shade. Is quite harmless, and can be handled with Impunity: but ami tetrachloretbnne (need for affptaM wings and eliminating beetles from Westminster hall) Is much worse." "I Cannot Conceive any woman, however vain, placing herself lu the position of acquiring disease by Inoculating the scalp w ith T. N. T.," declared a well known private analytical chemist. "She can, If she wishes, chew It without disaster, but to rub tt is fatal from I health point of view." thorn-Selvei States Sends PhotoQuarantine graphs to Germany, Show- Raised ing Treatment in Camps. OUR MEN IN GERMANY Against Cattle Fever la From Great Section In the South. AID Negotiation Entered Into to 8ecur Best Condition for American Captured on the Battle Front When Germans Are Held. huudred. Washington. Tho Stntos hat opened negotiations with Germany fw an agreement to govern the trentineut of prisoners of war taken ly either nation. This Is In inn done with the hope of securing the hest possible conditions for Americans taken prisoner on the battle front, and to show Germany how well German prisoners In the United States are being treated. Already, through the UeU Cross at Geneva, the United States has begun forwarding food and other necessaries to Americans held In Germany, ot whom there are now more than one MM Get Plenty of Money. German military of war In the United States, besides receiving every necessity and comfort, have the ray anil privileges of their rank in tin' United States army and navy. They are housed in model sanitary camps, and recently one of the prisoners send ing a letter to his prospective wile in Germany wrote that the pay he would accumulate during his imprisonment would not only permit him to retire from the navy, but would set them up in a little business as well. Photographs showing the comfortable surroundings of interned Germans in this country have been forwarded to Germany by the war department through the state department und a neutral agent. They are Intended to show that Interned Germans are well treated by the United States and to reveal the expectation of the United States that simllur consideration will be shown American soldiers and sailors who may be captured by Germany. Two classes of German prisoners ure detained in this country. One Is comprised of German sailors taken into custody when the United States Interned various vessels at the beginning of the war. The other class is comprised of enemy aliens, Chilians who have been arrested und are now being detained under governmental regulations for various reusons. 850 at McPherson. The principal detention camp is at Fort Mcl'herson, Gn., where approximately 850 war prisoners are held in custody of the war department. At Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., there are 105 enemy aliens who are not, strictly speaking, prisoners of war. At Fort Douglas, Utah, there ore 517 prisoners of war and 80 Interned urimn states the federal quarantine against movement of Southern cattle. It Is of great Importance to cattle raisers and dealers of Northern states, as wen as those of the South. In regions Infested hy the cattle tick It has not been held safe to Import better stock for the Improvement In Southern herds because cattle freshly brought in from regions where the tick Is not prevalent ore especially prone to sicken and die from the fever germs carried by the bloodsucking parasite. The federal quarantine ngnlnst the cattle tick, on the other hnnd. tins prevented the shipment of cattle from Infested sections for use as stockers and feeders in free territory, and permits their shipment into free territory only under quarantine restrictions and for immediate slaughter. The release of December 1 Is the largest amount of territory ever liberated at one time since the federal campaign ngnlnst the cattle tick was started In 1000. and, added to square miles freed In March and September, will make W17 by fur the greatest year so far In the annihilation of the tick. Nine Southern states benefited try the release order. The largest beneficiary was Mississippi, which was entirely freed from quarantine and opentered a broad avenue of tick-freritory from the Northern states to the Gulf of Mexico. .V-.11 e Washington. D. C. An order signed hy Secretary of Agriculture D. F. Houston lifted on December 1 from !5,520 square miles In the Southern AN ABUNDANCE OF POTATOES Farmers Are Prosperous Beyond Precedent Young Folk Staying by the Land Much Better Off Than England. Base of American Flotilla In Itrltlsh Waters. When an American navy man who has visited Ireland In time of peace Is asked what has Impressed him most uhout Ireland in wur, the Inevitable answer Is "Ireland's prosperity and freedom from the war time restrictions of other Countries." Hundreds of Americans in the nnval forces have visited Fnglanil. Scotland, and even France. All agree that there wur-tlme Take Food From Invaded Territory and Export it to Scandinavia to Keep Up Pretense of Shipping Food. WEAR SABOTS IN PARIS. Jn fa Trsia. lieadlng and recreation facilities are Paris. Talk that the Immortals may provided, and the photographs collectmember of the ed from the several detention camps elect Marshal .Tol'fro amany stories of show German prisoners going through institute lias evoked the great soldier's appreciation of literstagoutdoor gymnastic exercises and a ing amateur plays on Improvised stages ature. One of the best concerns mo, young poet who. OB the eve or in the recreation rooms. marshal's departure fur America, presented htm with a slender sheaf of his, law. aliens. Altogether, there are 1,304 actual prisoners of war In custody of the wur department, and about 400 Interned enemy aliens held ut the re quest of the department of Justice. Of this number, about three score are located at Tuboga Island, Panama. It Is estimated that Germany Is now holding 150 sailors tuken from American ships by commerce raiders und other German vessels, besides the lirst prisoners taken from General Pershing's forces. The detained Germans, wherever located In the United States, are considerately treated and are not given onerous tasks. The duties ussigued are strictly in accord with International Mil, Jartly, a patriotic Parisieime, starts a new fashio.i by appearing in the Hols de Boulogne In sabots. hand. The sabots are all in wood except for .the narrow patent leather toe Clip and JOFFRE LIKES SHORT POEMS, Hero of the Marne Carries Them With Him to Read in the BORROWS MONEY TO BUY LIBERTY BONDS Albany, Ore. C. M. Glddlngs of this city was so anxious to own some Liberty bonds of the second Issue that he borrowed $1,000 for a year nt 0 per cent Interest. As lie will receive only 4 per cent Interest on the bonds It will cost him 2 per cent a vear to own the bonds. Gld- dings has plenty of real estate t here, but hart no cash with i which to purchase the bonds i poems. Joffre, who Is fond of souvenirs and who brought bad; hundreds from America Including cards of invitation! and banquet menus took the manuscript. Tttafl desiring to express his, appreciation, he looked at it and said: "Poems? Oh, yes, I like them." Then, after a pause: "They are just the right size to slip Li one's pocket to read lu . the train." WHITE Red PLAGUE FIGHT IS ON to Care for French Cross Women and Children in .................-....--- France. Pn:!s. The bureau of tuberculosis of tho American ltcd Cross in Parb is conferrlug with the French authorities concerning the care of women anil children in France affected with tuberculosis. It is expected that the American tuberculosis bureau shortly will begin work on u special lnstltu-tlon, where It will tuke cure of u number of these cases. The Edith Whurton Sanitarium fol Tuberculosis Patients, which is u sen-- ! urate institution, will be ready foi patients November 15, , cer-tai- GERMAN BUTTER RATION CUT About One Ounce a Week I Limit, Per Person, Says Copenhagen Dispatch. Copenhagen. The butter rution In greater Herlln has been reduced for the winter to thirty grams, approxiFifty mately one ounce, weekly. HUM of margarine ure ulso grunted, but the newspapers point out that war margarine is principally water and has slight nutritive vule. Food Administrator von Wuldow has announced that u special department would be organised to enlighten the people on the food sltuutlou. This announcement evoked the comment from one newspaper thut "the stomach cannot read." Keeps Corn 50 Years. Hoboken, Ou. David Curter, a veteran of the Civil war, has an ear ol corn thut has eight small ears. Carter picked up this freuk ear Just 0ft) years ago. The corn la still lu a gout state of preservation. London. New information of a highly interesting chnracter concerning (ionium food supplies has been obtained. Submarine crews ure now the best fed of any of the lighting men in the whole (ionium service. This bus beeu ordered to attract men to it. At the same time It Is Germany's Intention to do most of its submarine ' recruiting among the men of its merchant marine service because of the Is more freedom in Ireland, particularhigh mortality In the undersell work ly less curtailment of perand the necessity of saving the regular sonal liberty, as, for Instance, regardnaval ollicers uml men for the high ing restrictions in eating and drinkseas lleet. ing. There is no conscription there, Food Camouflage. no "Defense of the realm act," few I.'olores Cecilia Bonifies, beautiful In order to send ." per cent of Gerwar tuxes. daughter of the recently appointed ammany's foodstuffs to Denmark and Is Land of Plenty. bassador from Mexico, recently Sweden, this amount. It is stated, Is to Dr. Juan I'., ltojo, lirst secreCertainly when It comes to food and befhg withdrawn from persons in act drink Ireland Is a land of plenty in tary of the embassy. territories. It Is considered vitalcomparison with England. Is There ly necessary as propaganda rliat Gernot only more food and drink there should be able to make PRICE OF ALE many of sending food outside. I prethan In England, but It is of better FIXES tense quality. And In most parts of Ireland To help counterbalance this exporit is cheaper. Meatless and potato-lestation, it is known that in n nt days ure unknown there. Potatoes months Germany has been sending a were never so plentiful. That they British Food Controller Takes considerable number of conscripts into are cheaper even than in the Dal ted Drastic Action. neutral countries to fatten up, prelimStntes was unknown to the commisinary to active service. sary department of the American navy, The shortage in food In many big which recently shipped to the flotilla manufacturing centers has led to the about 10,000 bushels of potatoes which Also Raises the Standard of Beverage, return home of many highly .stilled Which Cuts the Brewers' were never unloaded. Afteiedlscharg-InDutch and Scandinavian workmen, deProfit. its cargo of other foodstuffs, the spite high wages offered. Others penaval supply ship was sent to another London. Government "beer" In fu- riodically go home to put In a few port, where the potatoes were sold to ture .must be up to standard. Cp to weeks on better rations, returning the Itrltlsh government. THIS "ENEMY ALIEN" again to obtain the hlirher wages. Fresh meat also Is cheaper In Ire- the present date any weak or washy WANTS TO SERVE U. S. GerThe latest food statistics from land than lu England or the United compound that could possibly be vend- many, which cover a period from Aued has been described by the vendors States. The Americans buy a large gust to the present time, indicate that Dodge, Camp la, Fred (mrt of their meat ashore. Porter- as "government ale," with the result new Hour was placed In market In Adams, n private of the BOOth Inhouse steaks ure from five to seven that the words "government ale" were Berlin (luring August, whereas u year fantry, is looking forward with cents a pound cheaper than in the being used by the public as a form ago it wasn't done until November. regret to the day when he w ill be Of wit. United States. discharged from the service of Since the limitation of brewing to This was imperative because of the The Americans nre impressed by the shortness of the potato crop In some the Catted States. He Is n Gera year large portions served in Ireland us 10,000.000 barrelsmaking many brewer- sections. Seven pounds weekly is the man by birth, and Just two days larger protlts compared with the lean ones they get ies have been before he was called to the colmany years past. The stand- Hour rution now, as compared with Englund. they than for in For three shillings ten and a half pounds last year. ors In the draft received his first supget a mcui which Includes soup, tlsh ard enabled them to make larger naturalization papers. There has been a heavy Increase plies than the brews they had been or lobster and sometimes both, hot or However, be has been adjudgOne of the big London In the price of condensed milk throughcold meat, dessert, cheese and biscuits, supplying. ed an alien under the terms of brewery firms at the end of last year out Germany since August. and tea or coffee. The same nieul lu paid the law hy officials of the war a deferred dividend for the first Causing Night blindness. a hotel of corresponding grade in department, and has been orThe dearth of fodder Is the most England would Mat ut least six shill- time In ten years. dered discharged. He spent two The food controller has now fixed a dangerous aspect of the food situaings. years in the German army. maximum price for ale of eight cents a tion because Germany Is trying to Drink, too, Is not only more plentiWhen the men in camp were pint for light brews of an original maintain a large amount of live stock. ful but of better quality. The drinksoliciting bonds. for Liberty of MM degrees and ten cents The ration has now been reduced from ing places In Ireland are open all day gravity Fritz listened and then shouted: and until eleven o'clock ut night, for brews between MM und 10"2 de- lioO grams to ".00 and ISO, "Hoys, I won't be with you quality Germany's leading medical men are whereas In England and Scotland they grees. Peers of the here long. I want to dig in with are permitted to he sold as "govern- now more frank than ever before in are only open for two hours In the the rest. Lieutenant, put me und three hours lu the eve- ment ale." but the lower grades are statements that malnutrition, if condown for a $100 bond. Here's no longer to be sold under that title. tinued long, will mean the elimination ning. the money." Dl'ew era must mark the heads of of the weakest and explain that night Matches Are Scarce. the price at blindness Is the disease now spreading the casks distinctly with In England today It is considered are to be sold. Proindelicate to ask a friend for a match. which the contents agrees to brow B0 In the fatherland Just as It did in vided that brewer the wuke of the famine In early peIn France, matches ure well nigh unSWISS TO GET LESS BREAD cent, of his ale below the origobtainable. All the continental coun- per gravity of 1042 degrees hi' wiil riods of history. inal Neutral doctors testify to the Intries are suffering from a match fampermitted to brew 90 par cent more crease in cases of perforation of the Plea to Economize Accompanies Govine. Not so in Ireland. Hotels, bar be ernment Notice of Reduced current quarter, and If intestines us n result of the luck of rooms, and cigar stores all have bi er during the Ration. brewing for munition ureas a slightly food. A report .lust Issued by insurmatches In abundance, and they are' larger amount. ance companies declares malnutrition used with the sumo freedom as in the Heine, Switzerland. Notice of the Is CTtceded only by military service as lime of pence. reduction in the bread ration for tlie cause of the greatest number ot The Americans see the Irish farmer Switzerland from 200 to 220 graniraca deaths. The prosperous beyond precedent. daily, beginning December I, has g TREE CLIMBING TANKS Bailor In his little trips to Dublin and accompanied by tin urgent plea from DON'T ASTONISH DANIEL such resorts as Klllaroey, Yougliai, and CAMOUFLAGE IS ANCIENT ART the government to the people to econo-mGlengarllV, passes through BOOM of the on tWO pounds u month from the Secretary Washington. richest agricultural country In tho This saving would Expert Tcll3 Arti-l- 'i Trojan He; sc. Wa. card allowance. deDaniels of the navy world. The immense amount of land amount to 271) carloads of llotir each an Early Example Used partment is nothing If not bias.-- . plow impresses him, and he HniaW the month, or ctMMsgh to stretch the availin Civil War. Recently, when he was intalks with many tanners who boust of able supply of Hour In Switzerland specting the marine corps camp the raoard prices tiny are getting fori from February to March. New York. Camouflage Is ago cad at Quantieo, Va., enthusiastic their produce, especially their liveSka Swiss arc BTged, above all, not Maximilian Toeh, adviser to the Unite some saw officers demonstrated stock. Cows, sheep and pigs ure so States covermni nt In the art. told a to follow the example set in the lirst tank style gun trader:; for him. phtiliful thai the beautiful rolling meeting of artists und architects here. mouth of tlie card regime when on the They ran the machines on the landscape is fairly dotted with them. r last day all the Its birth In the day of the an"It tickets were level, then up grades apd over NeitlMf Is the tanner trolib'ed wlthj cient s," he raid, utilized to hoard Hour. obstacles. Secretary Daniels ena shortage ot labor, us in l.ngianu. "Voll nil know how the Greeks cap The present ellownncc of 100 grams joyed the demonstration, but did Labor Is plentiful and of food qualtated Troy by the strategy of concealof bread Is based on nil the supplies cxprcsous not burst forth Into ity, the laborers, not only in the agriing warriors In the wooden bores. on hand und on the probable Swiss of great wonder. "Sbakeepcere wrote of camouflage cultural, but uNo in the industrial disharvest, a still further reduction beThen the ollicers volunteered tricts, being hugely young men uml too, in 'Macbeth.' Confederate sol-- low Bfl grams Is probable unless tho to run a machine down Into u women. This favorable labor situaliters in the Civil war were Calient Swiss answer tin- government's appeal trench, np the side and out tion Is due largely to the tact thai llaged by their uniforms ot gray thai to save bread Until Hour supplies arsaid he could aanln. Another there has been practically no emigrablended with the dust of highways," rive irons America. make his machine climb a walk .Mr. 'inch explained. tion from In land for three years, uml but Si i rotary Daniels led Ills young men and womthe thousands of The artist explained that lie and a party on to inspect sunn thing en who formerly set out for America have been mak- COOTIE TRENCH SHIRJ HERE staff of else. each month now remain In the couning visible objects as nearly Invisible Vermin-Proo- f "I've beard they've got maGarment to Be Made by try. as possible, lie said one Important chines n Franca that win climb Hundreds in New York center was canioutlaged only after lii trees," he suld. Factory. pori diced men had worked font SEE NEED FOR 2y2 CENT COIN weeks. New York. A model of the lutet New Piece Said to Be Wanted to Help thing in trench fashions the vcrmiu-proo- f ! " LIVE BOSTON HAS GIRL MARSHALS TWO Meet Upward Price "cootie shirt" bus ju-- t beeo reJumps. ceived karat und the American fund in All There Is Left of a Party of Golc for French wounded Is planning to Two Young Women Deputies "Fall Washington. Agitation for coinage Love" With Work for Federal Seekers That Included 150 uiru thee out hy haadreda al lu facof a -- Va cent piece has been renewed Government. Men. tory in jlfVJ York. The "cootie shirt," by tin' recent rapid upward movement which is said to enjoy great popularity of prices caused partly by new win lloston. Another Instance In which Danville, 111. Willi the death ol among the men lu the trenches, Is tuxes, und u bill probably will be women have lnvuded the sacred doWilliam CI ven.s ut Center I'olnl, Ind. made of cheesecloth un.l Is dipped iu pressed ut the next session of congress main of mere man has come to light recently, S. I'. White of 1'arls uu creosote und other germicidal solulo million., the mliitugc of such u here with the umioiiiicemeut that two nouuees that only he and Hollle K tions. Owing to the texture of the young women are now acting deputy WUhoil of Stockton, ( coin. remain ol fabric tbe shirt cuu be made only by marshals in the office of United States the origiuul 150 men Tvho left thl- - hand. Marshal Mitchell. county In IMP for the gold Ileids ot Kills Big Chicken Hawk. These young women, Miss Mary K. California. The party kuowu us tht Toledo, Wash. Kinuiet Koontz, who See Smoke 56 Miles. left lute In 1840, soou lives ou Salmon creek roud, killed a Buckley and Miss Grhco K. O'Donnell, Portland, Ore. On the lookout staufler the discovery of gold. The trip tion ut chicken hawk recently measuring four are said to be the Hrst woman marthe top of Mount Hood, over was nuide In prairie schooners, and feet two indies from tip lo Up. The shals ever appointed iu the country. 11,000 feet high, FJIJuh Coulmuu reBath declare they "Just love" their a number of the party died before the uu annoyance for the hawk has been mains during the lire season. With last two or three years and when killed new work, which consists of granting piuins were crossed, several remuineu bis i,ia ... - be covers un euormous ulieu enemy permits und the responhud- u mouth lull of Chinese phousiint lu the fur West, some of them winureu of forest. Some forest service ning fortunes, but tbe greater numnieut, which proved thut it hud beeu sibility of the correspondence connectmen 50 miles uwuy burned the boughs preying upon game birds as well us ed with that brunch of the governber returned to their former homes, ou which they hud slept and C upon poultry yards. ments protective war measure. uuviug fulled in tbe enterprise. at uuu- reported tbe smoke. mar-Tied s g ten-ceI su-.left-ove, fellow-workers FORTY-NINERS- jj , "Forty-niners,- t HARDINSBURG Misses Ken in a Meador and Klmina L on spent Thanksgiving hollda)sat Cmter with Dr. and Mrs. Meador. Misa Heltie 1Mb has returned from Lexington where she was the guest of Miss Tavlor. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Sutton and daugli ter, Miss Kathleen Sutton, have returned to their home in Louisville after visit to Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mercer, Mrs J. M S . II ni t u and the Misses I was home all summer and it was Sept lith before I was finally called to service About forty of us were sent direct from Feoria to Norfolk for hospithe Tiianksgiving hoiidajs. tal training and there are nearly one hundred and fifty of us now There is a William Kv.ins and Mr. Lofpetch school of practically two thousand hoshave returned to Louisville after enpital corpsmen at San Frisco, one thous joying a vis t here. and nt Chicago, live hundred at Newtxirt, Miss lu:li Chatnbliss, of C overport, R I., and we are at the Naval Operating has been the guest of htr mother. Base where a big new school will be Mrs. Sa lie M. Brard anl sop, Murbuilt. We, however, will be out and ray Heard, have returned home fn m a finished before it is compltted. visit to her uccle, Mr. Logan Murray, MOOK We get general medical and minor in Louisville. surgical work and all branches of ana Little Miss Shirley Beard was opertomy, physiology, therapeutics, first aid Farmers of thia comrainitv hi.-ated on foi adenoids by Dr. John Kinch-elo- e been very busy tnis w.-edelivering pharmacy, chemistry, toxicology, etc Thursday morning Our training is i(uile intense and we their tobacco Mrs Mr. an f l Be ird spent work ve.y hard but we have two and Crave Smith and daughters, Misses Thanksgiving in Louisville. one ha'f days to ourselves and usually Bessie and Maud, anil son, Ordrie, were Miss Nrll Jones, of Louisville, has an afternoon extra. Todav we we e dis dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs HttMl missed at 2:30 Our training will cover been the guest of her m it htr. r.iltovai Sunday. four vears of college work so vou can Judge Matthias Miller is expected ' J. D. Aldride wa.i in Hinlinslirg readily understand that I am not idle home from Hancock county this week. Monday, Our first two months were devo ed to Joun Stith, of Bowling (".recti, was a Mrs 'ita Tucker and daughter, Miss lrills and detail work. I g:.ined ifi visitor in town last week. Mr. Stith Vera, visited Mr. and Mrs Q E. pOO ads the first nine weeks I wa. here. was born and reared htre and his Tucker Sunday. That speaks ijuitc well of Naval training frien Is are ahv.qs glad 10 see him, Abe Beck returned In m Illinois Mon- living and food, does'nt it? (luy Iilckr has gone to Louisville to day. Our new station is on Hampton Roads ac-ep-t a n ition. Coleman Oailoway and Ivan Spen and nine miles from Norloik, on the ex 1'. M oris Andrew El ler and cer and Mtssts Bertram Butler ar.d act site of the old Jamestown BaDOsi J C Lei have' completed the tobool- Claia Spenctr were guests of Miss tion in I906 practically the base for the house aid Masonic Lodge luiiding at Daisy whole naval operations for the Atalantic Tucker Sunday. Custer. Mrs Kiile'ia 0 lioway was the guest fleet. The aero base is here and the new Ralph Bawd has returned from a of Miss thirty million dallar hospital base unit. Susie Aldridge Tuesday visit to Lmisville. Across the bay at Newport News there Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 0 illoway and are several army cantoments, one re Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons, John, little daughter, Lena, were dinner Bieler and Donald, are at Home from guests of Mr. and Mrs Finley G illoway serve officers training camp and two, aviation field. F't. Monroe and Ft. they were the guests of Mr Kirk where Sunday. Wool are plainly seen out from our Base. and Mrs John Heeler. Miss Sophia Lucas is on the sick list. I find Norfolk very different from the' Mrs. John Akers and daughter, Miss Miss Kliztbeth File visited Mrs. Cora citiis further North. Because of the unFlorence Akers, are ut home from a Pile SMurday. usal amount of labor The town is visit to relatives in Irvington. Waite File, of Hardinsburg, and thickly populated with negroes and sailMiss Lucy Catherine Miller spent brother, Will, went to McDauiels last ors from all over the world are found Thanksgiving near Variant with Mits there. Many foreign ships are in port week. Amanda Monrain. Q, E. Tucker went to McDaniels last now including Ihig'ish, French, Belgian, C. Brsntr. depute county cleik Italian and a Japanese raider It seems elect, lift town Saturday for a short week. that Japan is in coincide ce with the U Mrs. Carrie Tucker is on the sick list. visit to hi, home I'nioti Star. S. in patroling the Pacific. Bee McCoy, of McCoy, was in Mook The Red Cross meets twice a week I only have realized what war reaily and tew Thev have finished quite a Tuesday. means until I have been here in the number of different articles and wili Chas. Chaney and sister went to Har-ne- center of things. But I am also glad I send t hem If soon. Saturday enlisted when I did and am sure it will See Mr. Bibbage when he makes his Joe G ass cock went to H irdinsburg not only benefit me mentally and phvsi- cally, but the cause is sacred enough and visits e icli week and give him a sub- Tuesday. scription for the best county paper in Mrs. Carrie B.ck went to Westview humanly appealing enough to justify the topmost efforts of every thinking Godthe BUI. Tuesday. fearing man who can respond to a cause L K Hen 'erson, oi Irvington, was a visitor in town Saturday. From A Former Cloverport Boy. so worthy and aim so high and liberal as is that of the American people. Mr. and Mr... Will Dowell. if Garfield, But that is enough war talk. The following interesting let er was have beu the guests i f their sons. We are liable to be transferred to sea written by Orlead Forter, son of Mr 1). Judge D. Dowell an Ra mond or to another sect on soon Bttd Mrs. Sam I'orter of Campaign 111 As vet it is and the nephew eif Mrs (eo. Mullen of not si re We have been changed five II irold S nit ii and LaWTeCCf Renn, of times since Sept There is possibil this city, to his aunt, Mrs Miii'cn. Henslei, spent San relay mghi in town. Several years ago Mr. I'orter w ith his ity of our being stationed at the new Everett MmiIot, ''f Cl mp V. .chary parents lived in Cloverport As he stat Im.se- - here, but tlie need at sea, I think Tailor, his been the gu st ot i.is par- es in his letter, he was one of the largest win lane even competent nan. M ador. ents, lr. and M;s. Ad foitner l"ort Hov I, A M 3 business enterprises of the day, that of (irover rgory, of Mortlaop, Ya , sdvertiaingi before be enlisted and as he We have excellent mea s. bungalows who is a member i Ire 61 Ii Aviation proved to be making good in that busi and all modern COD veil ieoces t r.i .i. hithe guest o! Its Mother aod I av spent a week with nie DCSS, it will go with out saying that he Mr. and Mis Tom i '.regory. I hear from them will line the capacity for making good a:nl lett last .Monday and hoii.e often. I want yon to write Willis llavnes auJ M ss Maty McCoy, ill the Navy. tooa and ofien for I surely miss the asof Clifton Mi s, we e na rted Sunday Nov. 26, iyl7 My Dear Aunt- :- I was very glad to sociations ul bdssM folks. afternoon t the I.QUM of Rev. Minor hear from f CM and I have intended Wl h I.ove, Compto i aid Mr. Com toe. Otlond A I'orter, Kranklin Kit c leloe anil I'.ul Cham-blis- s a iisu ci ing SOOSStf lit studies would not permit Naval tperaUng iiase, spent Suuday in Cttatef. I Co. 07, Norfolk V. mi very glad to hear that all of you r the ankliyf. bbv with a are :n good health and enjoying life, as suu-c- r 11 eckenridge p i u for the Xe tf I tak IIOCH the attitu Ic of your writing. Revamped s a v. hi I tin is present As you know in June 117. I left Mat toon for New York for advanced advertis I.itt'e Miss Muffel lag WStractiOM and while there I ac S it on a tuffi t CENTER VIEW cepted a position in Pennsylvsnia and Bating her iiiid anil whey; tin re until left from home (June- -; y 7) When a'oiiK amiid Hoover, I livery body was glad of the recent rain to enlist thoroughly enjoyed my Who had to reprove'er Moat people have linished stripping work and made several friends in New l'or Bplaahing too much away. York and at every opportunity I visited and delivering lo'iacio VostBgatown Telegraaa, them. ld I'uele Ceorgc Holmes is on the Old Mothi r Hubbard But the war in ardent lieat about the She- WCttl to the i nplnard siik list He is eighti. six years old. East and I was practica'ly the only To gal hi r some roi rye, Mrs. Margaret Men er died of old aj,e, uiarricu man ina store that had not Hut when she there Tuesday night. Nov. 2 She was enlisted and I was unincumbered and Bbl nave a b ank stare e ars old. She was loved In a felt it duty. I gave up my wink and The Cupboard bad none bone-drwho knew her The huiitl took place selected the Navy for many reasons t le Akron Times ill the Coy!:, reiiicti ty e ideational facilities being the most Old Kinif Coil Don who l as been online import, mt egi r The merry old soul, Sent prices .i iv;ip in the sky, ... '' ''-u- ss St Jfr-Leiti-htield, Gardner Miss Aililic K. came home from flndgenville to be the guest of ner moth-- r, Mr. Aildie Eskridge, during to his bed for several week, is some bet ter. He has (rone to Dawson Springs for treatment. Jim Holmes and son, Dorian, have been out on their farm gathering corn this week Lm Cregorv is moving on the old Hashatn farm near Hardin's Spring. I'ress Paul is moving on the Loll Creg ory place. John Holmes and son, Roy, of Mat toon. III are visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. ('. T. Holmes, J. H Buckler made a business trip to Friday Bro. Moore preaclu-- his last sermon nt Hi Qlkad last fourth Sunday. Mrs. Klla Lewis is slowly improving Huhard Lainpton has returned from Illinois. Tom Hudson and wife, Jim Leslie and wife, and Dr. Iliggins and wife were at Mt. Gtlead, Sunday, reviewing the , BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier E President SECURITY-W- THE BANK OF SERVICE CONTENTMENT ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits J I GOLDENRULE STORE! Han imit .Tllt PVPnfppn lUnro aUJ vaaavvaa xwmvm LTIqc UV J UU1 Christmas Shopping! - -- r-w w C farm slVT e I to have a Full Line of Tovs , useful and sensible Gifts for the In order to make room for our line H rest ot the family. m iiwiiudy uuuus we are orrenng some oreat Bargains S for this week. Men's Overcoats and Men's Wear. Boys Heavy School Pants !S cents.) Men's Heavy Wool Shirts in Tans, Ureys, imvy nine and DMCKi, z.2. to $j M. Q Men's Sweater Coats from $1.50To"$6. Men's Sample Hats 95 cents. ' 8" ... Remember we are g) Suits. Ortrooftt sail- wi.i th up to $25 Oo; price rt OlDijll 4 n Overceiats worth up to $18 00; snlo price Overcoats worth up to $15.00; .sa'e price Overcoats worth up to 10.00; sale jiricc A4 WI ZlwO An qq wOl w0 dip Mn n qq Ladies' Wear. wa LIE wDiTU Ladies, if vou want to buy a real bargain look over our stock of Skirts. Black Satin Skirts $4.48. Blue and Green Silk Poplin Skirts 4 48 Broken sizes in Serges and Plaid Suiting at 50 per cent, discount. We have a choice selection of La dies' Silk Waists at Ladies' fancy high top Boot, with Military heel, $0.98 value for Ladies' Comfy Slippors, fur trimmed and ideal Xmas gifts Ladies' Crochet Slippers in all colors put up in fancy Xmas boxes Art - Men's Suits. Suits valued at 50; sale price Suiti valued at S18.00; sale price Suits valued at $15.00; sale price OlUil 0 A 01 C 7C ft oen $ CtOO qq r ne-a- J j( aq nr 40 y Men's Pants Men's Corduroy Pant, S2 95 and $3 45. Men's Wool Pants, plain colors and stripes, $3.48. Men's good Work Si. its to $2:25. Pant's, d $5.00 1 SI. 50 SI. 00 heavy weights, Highest Prices Paid For Country Produce. K. G. or Cloverport, Kentucky. Have You BAILES, Manager. ', i - p;,r-ent- xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx friends in this County are hereby informed that I have formed a connection with the 8 I Housed Your Re:ii--mbv- Mutual Life Insurance 8 Tobacco? We can carry the risk on this high-priced 1 uompany York, and will be glad to discuss with them the merits of Substantial Old Line Company when they are in need of Life Insurance. ot N g product for you - 1111- at small cost. To? 111 eijjli-ty-ni- 1 ( '. , GEO. E. BESS Office) at Bank of Can You Afford at PAUL GOMPTON, Htrdiosblirg Sc Rest AMERICAN WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE BEST MADE BARBED WIRE, SMOOTH FENCING Write today for our Sptciai And Qarleld Kt m-- v WIRE. NAILS. 11 Mat, We cao tua'ee lie shipments. "BIG FOUR' We will Flexible Barn Hangers, the Hanger Reputation. you the "Big with a furnish 4" Hangers at $1.25 91 c m. Send us your order lo lav. We will make shipment the same day we leecive our order. SATISFACTION (IIMKANIKKD. Braced Barn Door Rail at Freight paid to your Railroad Mali per Pair. per Foot. bach down, oh u Peoria journal. Jai'k sprat COMld eat no fat, His wife 0041 Id eat no lean; And in these Hooverijug times The reason can be seen, Memphis Commercial.. ppeal Little Jack Horne-Sat ill a comer iiatiiiK bis Cliiisttuas pie; He put in hie thumb, Hut there was no plums ' Hooverise-d,said he with a sigh r ith his tin IK- Hsasad I.i.ie Trust C. Hardinsburg, Kentucky. - I J XXXXXX XXXKXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXX gocd reiads out of roaels now way is to have every mile Of road uueler he care of a man wh se 5 ,siness it ehall be to repair immediate ly any damage done to the road, and who shall have the money and the au ton, Corp. l'loyd Carter from Camp Ihority to work the road whenever and Zai hary Taylor and Mrs. l'loyd Cat ter wherevtr work is needed. And over of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. l'rauk and above these local road keepers must Carter and children, Miss Margaiet be the oversigh) of competent engineers Carter and Thomas Carter cf this city. and road builders to see that the woik is properly done and the money expended to advantage. Southern to make were then- except two, one daughter who is a sister at Sacred Heart Academy and one son, llernard Carter who is in Houo- lula, H. T. Those who participated in the enjoyment of the day were: Mr and Mrs. Worlaud Cartr and son of Irving- Fire, Tornado and all class- es of Insurance. I bid. That I How Did It Happen? Rev Swope, who is conducting the revival at, the Local M. K. church said a few days ago, that in his work in various states and cities in the t'nited States that lie often came in contact with occurences worthy of note and that one of them happened since he has been in Hawesvide, namely: At two services since he has been in Hawesville, there were more men preseut in the church than ladies Hancock Clarion. Family Dinner Party. FORDSVILLt JAKE WILSON, PLANING lue'urporaird MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, K Manager Carter gave a family dinner party, Suuday at her pretty couutry home ou the Cloverport and Hardinsburg pike. Allot ber children Mrs. Good Roads. c There ia but one wav to keep good ads gocd and gradually and steadily Try pur "Want Ads." Try a "Want Ad.'