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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. 1918. COUNIY DOES HER BIT AT BiNpS Ptuai No. 28 TO THE PUBLIC. 95 J RETIRING JUDGE NEW CITY OFFICIALS FAMILY New York UNDER REPUB- - Jfl SEsVsT ASy4SenrXifl DOWELL EXPRESSES HIS APPRECIATION 60 INTO OEEICE MONDAY NIGHT Wife Charging Hueband Flirted With Her Sister la Denied Divorce. As the New Officers Took Charge of Their Duties Mon day Jan. 7. Retiring Officers Gave Their Successors Hearty Welcome. The It ws a bot Amy Mooiaj newly eltoinl cUcar were all .UU UIVB. VI . M. w y u , ami till over to tti m The old wcrt officersi in pjed down Slid out quietly and grac fully and gave their sut'ets-orheaViy welcome to their placei A. T. Benid now has charge cf the County Clerk's ulli;e With Owen Urunc r as his Ulice deputy. Misoi. of town deputies will be named this week Mr. I) ard is the same gen i il gocd fellow lhat he always is and going Into hit i ffue wrtli the largest majority ever given a County dlerk in Breckinridge County doesn't change nil manner. He knows how to he good to people ar.d holding the best office in the county doe. n't "puff ' him up He J" B Caiman is the Sheriff. will be assisted for a whiic by H. M. Beard till l.e gels familiar with the workings of the office J. Kaleigh Meador is the new School Superintendent. The bocks and papers were being transferred to him by Mr. Trent. Mr. Meador will name the new county school examiners this week Judge S. B Payne was busy holding his first court and presided as grace fully as if he had been on the bench p'vnt s To the Cilizens of Itreckiin idge County: I lake this means of themkran you for confident e vnur loyal support and Potlf years ho yon circled me County Judge. I have lervzd yon to the beet of my ability, and fully roust ions lli.it I, like all men, aia human an saujecl to mistakes and ertots Wlinteier service hari bet n able to rendi r has been mi I have of my chic! plcasiucs I t If SOS) al pride snd interest in seeing th s, my lioine county, and i: cfthreus, proepot Believing that , during mv leim of oflice certain MbttC eu'erpriscs were be gnu that will be for the material welfaie of our pcottle. I appeal to tho new ad- winiMratlOM to jaisii this work to eejeapto-stton- , and to that end I rtesire to offer them whatever assistance or service I can render. To my fellow olficers and associates n the Court House, and members of the Breckinridge County Bar, I thank you for your loyalty and counsel which ou have so unselfishly given me. While I will vol have the pleasure of serving you longer in an i.flici ,1 cap u ity. desire to announce to you that I have Mrs. Thomas Edwards of Ohcrlln. accepted a position as Assistant Cashier yonrs bus with The Bank of Hanlinsburg & Trust On nt tho pro of ninety-fivsupplied her four sons and numer- Co , and invite you 10 call on me tb re. ous grandchildren with enough eunned Come in and ieel perfectly at home. We stuff from her ov.n garden to supply are always glad to have ou come to see them for the winter. She did all iier us when in town. gnrrlen work except the plowing, and gain th h nVing you, I am, canned her products under the direcYour obedient servant, tion of mnnunls furnished by the naI). D Dowell. Hanlinsburg, Ky., tional emergency food garden commisJan. 7, I9I8. sion. I ; 1 e New Mayor and His Councilmen Sworn In by Retiring Mayor Hamman City Clerk and Town Marshal Ehctad. The DeWly el.cted Mayor, John A. Birry, and hi. inree new Lnitncion n, turner, K. M We lding, H L. St. e'er a:d Jo iti H. Br (WO, were installed into i trice ut llw Cit Council meetiog heal M.mday Ulht, J ininry 7. S, takiu,; tht oath brfore the relirii.g : iM.r, C. W. H HsMSM The Po.HH Ju.'g , C. O. Brabmdi, who was elected to that tlice in the fall, has been filling out the uai xpired teim of the la'.e Judge W'roe, so it was foi him lo be reinstalled. P0t nece-sar- y The other three men who were re elected on the Council a e Ed While head, Tnos. Bo iler and B Squi.es. Aftei taking the oath. Mayer Barry assumed his duties and the el clion of the City Clerk, City Marshal and City Tax Collector followed, which resulted in Wilbur Chapiu for City Clerk, who has aheady bten lidng the unexpired Mullen, City term of Paul Lewi-- ; Harsh), and L V. Chapia, Tax Collector. There weie no applicants tor the City Treasurer's place, theretore it wus lett vacant lor the The Council M journed aud will nutt fhuisday Light, January 10. M G-- Cold Spring. N. T. Jnstlce J. A. Young of the supreme court, denied In Dutchess county sin application made by Mrs. V. A. Deyo of Verplunl:, for a separation from her husband, whom her sister accused of flirting with her. decree after The Justice refused the plnlntlff's sister. Lillian, admitted Mrs. Deyo wus the fourth of their actions, two family to bring mm-Hsisters having received divorces nnd two having sued for separations. The plaintiff's sister declared that on two occasions when she called on Mrs. Deyo, Mr. Deyo forced his attention on her nnd innde proposals to her. Mr. Deyo absolutely denied the who MCI atlons of the sister wns divorced some time ngo from her husband, aud he won the action. 11 nl With Quartermaster's Department. Kom years ngo ti day I came into public life by the voice and suffrage of my friends. Today I surrender my tatm to the County Clerk's offi.-- to my successor, Mr. A. T. Heard. I wish to state to jou that it lies been roy rlesare since my iiduc.ion into ffice to give evidence to every phi-anil walk of life of mv appneiat ion for this responsible position. I retire from your service leeling that n , record prompted by a sensative conscier.ee is pure. I have endeavored t treat every Individ I, I) mocr.it, kciuioi'can, b ack man and white man, in the same c urleous manner. Officially every man looked alike to me. I love my friends, I know each and every one of you, I am under obli- gations to you for all I t..ke this ethod ol thinking you for th. 'confidence you hive imposed in me. I shall Willi you in the f iture. If I can serve you, command me, I owe you. I, it's make Breckinridge county bigger, better and greater. Oratelully, Mercer, one of the popular and bookkeepers in the American Hank, left Tuesday for JefferInd where he has nceepted a as stenographer in the of the I'.iited Department States Army. Mr. Mercer is a most competent stenographer and will no doubt give I'ncle Sim perfect satisfaction. How liiig Creen Tunes Journal. Mr. Mercer is the son of Mr. and Mrs J R Mercer who moved from Breckin ridge county to Howling Creen seven years ago; the latter is now visiting friends and relatives in this county. Jones efficient National sonville. position , (Juarter-master's'. Hmlinsburg, Kv VIC KOHKRTSON. IMS, , Jan. Methodist Church Notes. .'..:, Jan. U, I9IH, at the regular morning service held at II o'clock, the pastor, Rev. Haker, will have for his subject, "The Responsibility of Leader- ship," At the evening hour, the sermon will be especially for young people, the subject being, "Individualism iu Modern Christianity. Church conference will be held Wednesday night, Jan. 9, at 7 o'clock. pent. A Growing Business. Cloverport Has Sanitary Second Consignment. The local Red Cross Si ciety sent its second consignment of knitted woolen garments last week. The box contained 4 sweaters, 19 pair socks I9 pair wristlets and 13 mufflers. This society has sent more thau the requested number of sweaters but as there is such a great demand for theiu, the society will send as many more as it can furnish. The women continue to hold their regular weekly meetings on Tuesday afternoon1 so that those who can't knit may do their part iu sewing on the cotton materials SLAY 803,000 Men, Women ARMENIANS arid Children The , has had many intere.ting experlnces of traveling around over ths country Lawerence Murray Marries and then he was with the American Hopkinsville Woman. troops on ths Mexican border. Jn the same Infantry with Serg. Knight Is Owen Berry, another one of Miss Dovie Scott Winfree, of this the home hoys. city and Mr. Lawrence' Murray, of Selmer, Alabama, were married at the Home for Christmas Holidays. bride's home in East Tnirteeoth street Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The Wagoner William Lindsay of 23rd, wedding was a quiet home affair, regular Army, Newport F marked by simplicity of detail which, Infantry, News and Mrs. Unrjsiy of Louisville it none' the less impressive. made spend! the Christmas holiOnly a s.lect few of the near retativea were here to were present.- - The inter-- . days with .Mr. Lindsay's parents, Mr. and friends and Mrs, Thomas Lindsay. ior wasdccorated with cut flowers. Mr. Lindsay hasbeen in the Army rt, o . : . ui. . i r. ts wumuvriv owes, iui SC.. 4. laadtO'sbeieriaa Hiuch, officiated rnl" montB and says he like. It tine He Is expecting sent to Frsnce tbe ring eeremouY was said, was attired In a hand soon. the bride some coat suit of field mouse grey From Ah Did Subscriber. with hat, shoes end gloves to match. conventional The groom w.ore the January 4, 2U18. black. Dear Sir: Find nclrtel money orImmediately aficr the ceremony Mr. der for ! 50 to pay fefrw Tcai'a aud. Mrs. Murray left fur Selmer whirs scriplfaa for I WIS. I could not do withthey will reiide. out it. Yours iu haste,.--. ' The bride is the daughter of Mr. H. Logan Uashani, G. Winfree and is a youngjady of atMarienihal, Kansas, tractive personality and winning She is widely popular and Card of Thank's. d t he, past four years ' ha been with ths office of Couuly Suj- We wish to express our thanks and JVl Hlgi uuiu appreciation to our friends and' neigh errnsfoeenv ruve'- proaperoos faruiir,.wnois planta-mtlo- a t it a looear ScraneY and he is man bora for their timely assistance in sav ing oar hetyje from tbe Are on the morn of sterling worth -- Hopkinsville New ing of January 1st. f i" lea. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wedding. ' i . Serg Frank Knight, a regular of Co V. 60th , infantry from Camp Green, Charlotte, N. C, came home last Tuessuritie-JudgeS P. Payne's bondsmen were day on a week's furlough to sue his "Mat P. Payne. Taylor Dowell and W. prents, Mr. and Mrs. John Knight who live on the Hawesvjlle road. J. Piggott. Serg. Knight enlisted with seme J. B. Hottel qualified as Deputy Sheriff for the Uh District. His bond other Cloverport boys when a rcc.'ul'.iqg was Tor $10,000 secured by the First officer, Mr RobeiV.Mattingly was here six ysars ago. While in the army he State Bank of Irvington. . before. County Attorney W. Sherman Ball as a matter of course felt very much at home as he has been in the cfflca for several months. Abe Meador the jailer mm; to be a fixture and he glides into his r.ew term with a smile and a shake W. Curt Pate was sworr) in as D?puty Sheriff for this ;he 2nd District. He His bondsman gave bend for 935,000 are, W K. Pate, Mrs J. J Seaton, Owen W. Sia'.on, J J. K?enan, J. M. Mullen, Geo. L Taul, G. K. Pate, Marion Vea,hai holt, B H Bites, L R. Pate Juhi. S. Mattingly, O P. Burdelte, Mrs. Lrcy J. Pjte and J. H. Keenan. J. K. Meador'a bond for Sr.hcol Superintendent was i?4"i 001). His bondsmen were, Matthias Miller. John L) Shaw, ,A R .Klncheloe ard W S Ball. J. B. Carman's bond was for $40,000 secured by the Maryland Casualty Co., of lialtitnure. A. T. Biard'i bord was for $3,000 with H M. Beard, Thos. It. Beard. T. J. Hook and Dennis Sheeran as Secret Marriage of Popular Young Couple JMade Known. wedding: which came as a complete surprise to their family and friends, was that oi Miss Mary l'ato and Mr. Miller Ferry, a popular young couple of this city, who were married in Jeffersonville, Inil. July 2, I9I7, and kept it a secret until Monday Jan 7. Miss l'ate. who is seventeen yea s old, is pretty daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Will l'ate She is one of the 1917 graduates of the Cloverport High School Mr. Perry ii the) Ml) child of Master Mechanic Perry, of the I, II. & St R, R Shops, and Mrs. Her y He is twenty one and holds a responsible yo sition as an electrician in the shops Mr. and Mrs Ferry are Making 'heir home With iVI r. Ferry's parents A , 111-- Forderllle Planing Mill Com-paKordsville, have added a comp'ete Slaughter Houses. 1,200 000 Starved, Flobbed, Enslaved Deported by Turks. or In Army Six Years. or 800,000, Tho Hague. One-hnlof the Armenian people who ware under Turkish rule nt the beginning of the war have been slaughtered or starved to death by Turks, according to an Indictment Issued here by several Influentinl Hollanders, among whom nre A. I de Sarornln Lnhnian tho Dutch minister of state, and Dr. Anton van Gyn, formerly Dutch minister of finance. In ol!, they assert, the Turks have deported 1,200,000 Armenian men. women and children, robbed them of njl they possessed, massacred the men. carried off tiw women nnd girls to Turkish harems nnd Kurdish tlHages, sold the children In tho slave market and abandoned the remainder to slow death by stnrTatlon. "This remnant of the Armenian people In Asia Minor," says the stntement f of these ne'itrnls, "is a starving people, consisting in the muln of old men and women nnd children. The number of children who, aepAratetl (ran their relatives, lie ulong the caravan routes or wnnder about the towns like dogs runs Into tens of thousands. It Is scarcely credible that in the twentieth century the extermination of almost an entire people under such terrible circumstances was possible. But entirely trustworthy evidence of neutral consular officials, of Germun and Swedish missionaries and tenchers Is avnllable and puts the matter beyond all doubt." beg-sya- stock of hardware cjntisliug of everything that goes with this line. With the ailditiun ol this line this company is able to furuish every item that goes into a building (rum the ground up. Tneu alter it is finished they can furnish it. So all you have to do is to make aoo.vn your wants and ihey can supply thtm. The Kordsville I'laniug Mill Co. is a owiug, progressive business concern with a prompt, tflicieut service. Wiite or call on them. According to the official bulletin, No 2)9 issused by the Kentucky Agricultural It I pef Ileal Station in regard to the sanitary condition of slaughter houses over the State. Cloverport slaughter houses are reported as being sanitary also the one in Hanlinsburg. The two slaughter houses here are own d by N. 11. CfuigHins and U A Solbrig, both were inspected in August, I g e and June, I9 7 4y the Slate inspec tor and thev are given 111 the list as meeting all the requirements of a ier- fectly sanitary slaughter house. Selected for Officers One oilier house of this kind in Owen Berry Enters Training Camp. Hanlinsburg owned by G Heard 9 6 audit It was inspected in August Matrimonial State. C'crp Nat K. Sneilman and Key T is likewise in a sanitary condition. Mr and Mrs. Sam Herrv, Sr , have re McCoy Co. M , U36 Infantry Camp ceived word of the marriige of their son, Z ichlry Taylor were numbered among RED CROSS SOCIETY. Owen Berry, lo Miss Del a Trimmer, of the 3T2 succcsslul candidates seltcted Hanover, l'a. The wedding took place for tho tnird o!li;eri training c.'imp Dec It, I9I7. cf the saedldfcte The with the Mr Herry is with the 00th Infantiy reported to Lieut. Col Jimesllousen H.n at Camp Orooa), Charlotte, N, C. ot tne training of Wie Eifhty-fuLil- J. 1 iet Division Saturday mo- uicg Auiong the Breckinridge county bos in the ;il!6 Iifanlry thea two wire the ouiy ones selected - cam? Impossible American Red Cross to do Without it. JANE ADDAMS SEES VISION Says Sympathies of Women Will Be Developed by Demand of - Human Needs. First Lieut. Moorman Calls at War Department Washington, Jan. 7 First Lieut. Roy Moorman, National Army, registered at He after, the War Department ward cal ed 011 Representative Ren John son The officer, who recently completed an officers' tr lining course in Cal-iistud reared in Breckinnia, He ex iects to sail for ridge county. Frauce in a few days. Courier Journal. to-dwas-bor- n A New Subscriber. Jan. 3rd, lUiH. 'Mr. John Babb.we, Cloverport, Ky., Enclosed Aid ssventyflve cents for which plesss send ihs Breckinridg-to my address. Ky Mr. Seddis Itraibear. Urin Star, Washington. That the sympathies of women will be developed by the tremendous of human needs la the opinion of Miss Jane Addams. "The response of women to an international situation which calls for dally, uninteresting, boregome conserving, will the notions of what human relations mean," she said In a talk before the national council of women In Washington recently. "Look beyond the petty details of food saving, and see a vision of the wonderful chance of responding to human needs, feel enlisted In tbe service of Internationalism, while following them. the routine of conservation," is Miss Addams' message to American women. The American Red Cross in cooperaShe is speaking twice a month, in different parts of the country, for the tion with the French Red Cross operates ten front Hue cauteeus, and are preparUnited States food commission. ing to establish tweuty more. The Host Office I)t pirtmerjl has Hospital and relief supplies of all kinds coastwise paicel pcst wuter arc distributed by the American Red routes to facilitate service for the which will Operate to relieve Cross iu France through central aud branch warehouses having a total capa railroad congestion. The personnel 111 city of lUU.Ou) ton these warehouses number, 123 men, most 0 these men giving their services without compensation. d war-tim- Jan. 2 id, 1U1S. ase Mr. J. I), iahbatl, Dear Over ihe World. find enclosed one dollar (51 d0) for which tend me your paper. It is to get along withou: the home The regular dark gray Red Cross Yours, women's uniform is to be worn by social paper. Dennis Sherron. service workers of the Department of Box 4II Silvis, I.I. Civil Affairs, with a .lurk blue facing to Aged Man Dies. distinguish the service. John I). Jordan, aged seventj-fiv- e The American Red Cross in returning and a resident of Hewleyville, dud of French families to places of refuge for senility at his late home Thursday, Janthe winter Portable houses are being uary J, The funeral was held. Friday supplied in some cases where homes aid the burial was in charge of the have been damaged beyond repair. Masons. He is survived by four children Miss A sale of embrodidery made by refuElla Jordau and Miss Alien Jordan, of gee women was held at Paris headquarCalifornia; Miss Auna May Jordan, of ters recently under the direction of the son, Justice Jordan: a Hnglisb and American Friends The New Orlans; one sister, Miss Tina Jordan. The last two articles were sold for the cost of mater living with Mr. Jordan at tbe timer ials plus the wages paid to refugee wo were of his death. made men who Slr:-l'le- Country Home Burns. Word has been received here by Mr. and Mri. I.eon McGavock that tbe bsautltul country home of Capt S. It. Davis and Mrs. Davis near Glencoe. Ky. burned to the ground Sunday morning, Dec. SO, Mr. and Mrs. McGavock's daughter, Mis H. l'erry Davis and Mr. Davis were making their home with his parents. They had juit rscently installed a furnace in their home and it is thought the Are orginatsd from a ff Louii ville Stock Market. defective Hew. soo-lifte- ' Mammoth. Bronze Turkeys from Prize Winners. Weight of Gobblers 20 to 23 pounds; Hens 15 to 18 pound. Price of Gobblers $6.00; Hens $5.00. e CUoUie heavies 16j pounds and )ap 10 1US pounds, SI5.7O; 11.85; roughs, ,14.73. Ships 9,500 Pounds Tobacco. L. IS. Morris, of Patesville, has made the largest shipment of tobacco at one time of any man ia this Immediate vicinity. Last week be shipped 9,500 pounds by parcel post through tho Cloverport poi toffies lo all parts of the United Stales and Canada. ItgJ 4.fcg Mrs. Thos. B. Board, : Hardinsbura, Ky. SoNMl Couatlca will shortly vote en Why do men sell good farms, located on bad roads? the Sto road tax li veals, medium aud com ' WW MlM VtsWhanged, I3 g I j c. feggB ajMl eUsbs Beat sheep, e50 (g) PHU. ? dMwn Best Iambi I6 & U o; secouda, Ma a 1.50; culls ty & I -iiiuiouaji jaih ii 2TL Beard's Red Taa Sale! T". Semi-annual CLOSES Saturday, Jan. 26 i Eg 8 feature with this store, and we feel that the importance of this sale as a money saving opportunity is so well known that the heading RED TAG SALE in connection with the date assures us a mammoth crowd. These sales were discontinued eighteen months ago for two reasons: First, the scarcity of many lines of .rnerchandise. Second the steadily advancing cost of all merchandise Those eighteen months have been busv ones for us, striving to take advantage of every opportunity to buy merchandise when offered at below market prices, in many instances buying full cases where normally we bought half cases or less. While We have had by far the largest business we ever had, we find that we have a stock that is entirely' too large. This surplus stock has advanced, and is still advancing in price, nevertheless we feel that we must reduce our stock to its normal size, hence this sale. We have set the mark at $10,000 for the nine days of this sale and Have made the prices accordingly. The quality of o'ur merchandise has never been questioned. Merchandise in this sale is up to our usual high standard. lYvn LTMYI? RED TAG SALES have for several years been a 1 SPECIALS Sweaters Overcoats 9c $10.00 regular, Red Tagged $13.50 regular, Red Tagged Red-Tagg- Red Tag Sale Women's and Misses ed SPECIALS 2,000 yards. Stand- ! $1.19 $i so Hciiv v $1.29 Union (tails Men's Heavy Cray Baft In the midst of the overcoat afford great opportunities to save. regular, ftQ QC QQ 7C Rd Tagged 00 i 0 J Out I J H QC 01 fl QC $15.00 regular OlUlUJ Ked Tagged 0 I I U J Coats and Suits At Half ard Calico lloosier Cotton IliC 17c 17c 15c Price Suits-$12.50 at Utility Ginghams at 2.000 yards best j S I 8 t.50 Men's Heavy JefWJ Shirt Dots Heefy Union Suits Men u ." 75c 73c $25.00 Coats and $18.25 Coats and Suits $ 9.25 TlC-i- , and Ttta Red 'l':iLrLri ll 39c 3c at Men's u bite llnnd- - Boys' Overcoats $5.00 Coats kerchvfs Two only, ?5 $3.95 Coats $7.95 $15.00 Coats and Suits $12.50 Coats and Suits $10.00 Coats and Suits $ 7.50 Coats and Suits $ 5.00 Coats and Suits Wool and Wool-Mixe- d $ 7,50 $ 6.25 giade Outings 4 pieces only, 15c 5.00 $ 3.75 $ 2.59 I Toweling at 94 Pepperul Bleached Sheeting Kverett Cheviots i 45c iic ftp QC at I 16c I H Wash Stand Silk Hon Kill' i $3.45 .558 Ked Tag Savings on Extra Special 36-inc- h .ii Dress Goods Pillow Tubeing package St. Elmo Oats , Roofing, 12 I & $1 00 ( G. D 40-in- rl II .trite Sorecta :r. 79c All wool Sorga ( i $1.45 '! $1.83 Plaid Dwm f'.ii dk, x. 89c Men's Suits Grouped for quick selling at 'JO oallOG 10c reg-regul- ar Extra Special. (' xiindH itfeo 25c 1UC Our entire stock is included, and every man who has ever worn one of our suits knows the excellent who have not, v. ill find service they render--me- n this a splendid chance to learn about the mutual advantage of wearing clotVus from this store. In ilio face of the highest wool prices ( vcr known and with lusher prices to come reductions of any diameter on woolen goods should attract immediate attention. At the prices we have placed on theafe'ffoods, we hnuld not have n piece left at the eh so of tl is a'e. A good per roll No 2 Can To- - OliDO 4 M pr matoes Ked Beans; per Nti. 2 Can. I Ob j np ban C duinet Snip Sihh H cuti Sy i ii i 111. e no red, ei bh i ub $8.95, $10.45, $12.95, $14.95, $19.95 Ottomans, 40 inches wide $2.00 $2.00 all wool Serge, 10 ihehes wide $1.50 Plaids, extra Special $1.25 and $1.35 Serges $1.50 and $1.75 patterns, blue, red, Mack 75c Plaids, red and-bluall-wool e ----- $1.59 $1.45 89c 98c Kraut, 4 er cau n p j(j No. 3 Can Kraut, er can -- 00 $1.29 47c . All helf Hardware and strap work at 10 per cent, reduction. All furniture, at reduced pi ices ; -- jf- SALE WITHOUT A PARALLEL Men s Trousers S Eg 50 regulai, led ragged 1; I fjfj (3.00 regul 50 regular, Tagged Tagged $245 Jft, grj I! I Make your dollars do their duty attend this sale Bargains are here for all. Remember the date, Thursday, January 17. dYou will find many items here that are not listed at greater savings than you will Red Tag Savings on Groceries Are Worth Your Consideration No. 2 On' Tnmatoaa, at No 3 Can Tomatoes .t . yrj Jar. It"d rgular; it II M flQ expect at 18 S .... j fj I ( n d Tagged OJidu ftr SHOES The prices on Shoes are Muffs, so Do not fail to Table of -3 see our Bargain Odd Pants. -2 Regular Pricei forgotten on this lot. and At Price space win not permit listing. gain Shoe Tablei in this sale will save you big money. Men's Boys', Women's, Misses and Children. $1.50 $3.50 $1.75 $3.00 $3.00 $4.50 $6.00 varied, Our Bar- l3 60Mafli, Bed Takged R.00 Searfs 7 75 li d Tagged 8 95 Can Salmon ut 10.95 1 15 6 19 Five Cans Salmon at Caneed Ked Heans Searfs 8.5i Scurfs 3.7." Hcff fa 18.00 Regular IS 00 Bagelar 0.05 SJ 95 Timely Blanket Reductions ai.M $8.89 Boys' Suits At Ked Taa P rices 1 Men's Sweaters Men's Sweaters Boy! Sweaters Boss' Sweaters SWEATERS t at Armoui's Pork and lkans at No. 2 Canned Kraut at ut 1.00 Boj Suit--- . K-- d Tagge : at....' SI. 85 $2.95 $3.95 $4.85 i $1 QQ Boys' Suits. Bed Tagge Ladies' Heaw Sweaters Ladies' Heavy Sweaters Ladies' lleavv Sweaters $1.19 $2.65 $1.29 $2.19 $2.19 $3.45 $3.95 7.M tOG Begular 1 75 Begulur Suit-Case- s ai 19 3 15 No. 3 Canned Kraut Trunks and $10 00 ii 9.00 $ 7 SO $ 1.75 if 2.25 15 No. 3 Canned Apples 18.45 $7 45 fi fi Trunin Ti Uli lis at' No. 3 Canned pie Peaches, Setter liran'd, at ut- - 3 afi po Boy' Suit- -, Bed Tagged Suit.-- , FURS. iio 00 Muff, Bed Tagged el Tagged 00 Muff, Bed Tagged Mull 0 8,50 Mull-- . Bed Tagged 8 50 Mulls Bed Tagged Tagged 11.00 Muff, i 7."- 1 Trunk a Suit Cases Suit Cqgea Suit Case.-- 1.49 $1.79 .. $2.45 at Package St. Elmo Oats ;.. 1 at U 5 19 1 Heating Stoves l 1 1 f&50 and 6.76 Boja' .Red Tagged at 2 80 Many odd Suits at greater reduction!. i 8.86 only, only, only, only, Mogul Moyui Special Special Anelioi ; regular 10.00 Anchor; regular $7. 50 Oak; regular 810.00 Oak; regular 18.00 $7 95 as. 85 $7.95 $0.45 Small Cans Corn Syrup, white and red, at A good drinking Coffee, Special; 2 pounds for. Calumet Soap, 3 Bars. for NOTICE I Men's Shirts. 88 Men's Hats Ked Tun Clean Up Table Linens Sler. h mdise is very scarce. Our stock at tlieso prices is limited This clan f This sale is strictly tor t ash. We will Dot accept hrass at Red Tii i; prices, but W ill pty in ' ash the bigheet market prices tor as to enable all custoProduce mers to take advantage ol this sale. Ail Bed Tagged Values $3u, Ktd Rugs. ' reuk 9x12 9x12 at at .. . 59c Issued Tyro ."-'-5, ann r NOTICE! This sale is strictly for C'ash. We w ill not accept brass at Reil Tag prices, hut will pay in Caah the nigheat market prices tor Produce so as to enable all customers to 'take advantage or this, sale. . II .25 Valaea jil 50 Arrow M !,- - Shirts IS and $2.50 row Siijrts 98c S1.29 A Swan at All Hat.-.- . I $a DO llai- - ami 3.60 S2.19 0 Men's oi i n 1 Knrly telectlofM 111 advi $1 15 only, Ked onl Ad hlloular regular wbte. 1.75 reg.: K. T. 11.60 reU.; U. T. mi nag i K T. ISC reg ; U. T. apt rag : u T. 1 $19.75 .")!' uiid $1.75 $1,65 10c Bed ajiged ! ll .79 47 1 I 3 0 3i 50Bed Tagged One W. ain ir OIOiHO I'.roKen lt,s Ariou t'ollaVsVea.-- 11 Teg Clean Up, .88 feRM '..I2 regular $10.95 - Hrclinsbvipg. IB. F. BEAittLD & CO miuimim m urn f. an ii .n.iriii .rtinfc wtura mt n iimi i im mm bm nrnm n imm 11 b bmm i im jbih i AFTER Men's Shirts All Men's $2.00 Shirts "STOCK-TAKING- " SALE Boy's Wool Suits Boy's Wool Suits, $5.50 to $7.00 values, at And, to show our appreciation, we are offering them many bargains in our January sale of Ladies' Shirt Waists, Skirts, Dress Goods, Underwear, Children's Coats, Men's Overcoats, Suits, Pants, Hats and Shirts. very successful New Year. During this sale we are offering many specials in our Grocery Department too numerous to mention made an increase last six months past year our business and DURING the thank each and of the one of ourwe havecustomers enormous patronage,in and wish them a for their many every to at All Men's $1.50 Shirts . $1.85 $1.39 89c 75c at Sugar Cents Per Pound 9 All $12.50 Overcoats $4.50 I at All Men's $1.00 Shirts $9.75 Men's Pants Men's $3.50 to $4.50 Pants at Men's $3.00 Pants at Men's Work Shirts at 50c, 65c and . One lot slightly damaged at Boy's Mackinaws . at . Dress Goods AO $U0 $5.45 $4.98 OJiUO Q QQ 00 .1.. OZ.00 at 1 ... $2.48 $1.45 98c Men's Sample Hats Men's Sample Hats at Ladies' Skirts Choice of all $6.00 and $6.50 skirts at Choice of all $5.00 and $5.50 at All $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 89c lot of $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Pants at Men's Overalls at We have a large stock of Serge Dress Goods in Blue, Green and Black; Panama Tan, Red and Black. Cott jn Suiting in Check ind Stripes that we are going to sell at a Great Reduction Sweater Coats Yot Meh. Women and C Overcoats Great reduction in Men's Overcoats. All $18.00 and $20.00 Over Men's Suits Men's $18.00 to $20.00 Suits 01 J Cft at skirts at $2.98 hildren, in a coats at All $15.00 and $16.50 Overcoats at $14.50 $12.59 Ladies Shirt Waists Ladies' $1.00 Shirt Waists at 69c Men's $15.00 Suits at Men's $12.50 Suits at $12.25 A3. variety of colors; goods that formerly sold at prices up to $6.50, $9,45 At Greatly Reduced Prices Highest Price Paid for Country Produce GOLDEN RULE STORE, Cumberland Telephone ' Cloverpor! E. G. BAILES, Manager iv i:: GLIrN DEAN . Monday, on a business trip. MissWll UnlitTtsmi is vtatttnM Mrs Fisher Moorman Mr. and Mrs J R Wi son and Mr. and Mrs. J. 1(. Raskins were entertained at the home of Mr. ard Mrs Chas. Fisher, of Rockvale, Saturday Mrs. V R Moorman accompanied her sou, Roy Moirman, as far as Frankfort, where she will remain for a month with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Monarch. Murray B own, Hardinsburg, visited here during the holidays Mr and Mrs. J M Howard entertained in their pretty- home, Mouday evening, Mr. and Mrs R. I.. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson, Mr. ami Mrs W. R Moorma-i- , Jr Mrs. Arthur T. Heard spent the week end wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. A. Moorman Miss I.iicile Moore returned from P'ise jer, last Sitnni.iv, where she sptnt a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs li Ji. Moore Miss Pitts, of Louisville, visited her father, S. W Pitts recently Weather, ()M account of the inblement eile jj y r"U program for last Sunday nigfct was posti oiieil until next Sunday night when both No 2 fcnd No. 3 will render each of their programs. Several from here spent Monday at J 5 5 ; Joe C Haltingly lias moved to his farm. Rev. J. C. MeiiR lias charge of the hotel Miss Mary (".race Cox was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J R. Wilson, during the holidays. Mr. Joe Jones spent Sunday with Mrs B WUttinghill. Mrs C. Clark and bahy, of Lewisport, are visiting her father, li Whittiughill. Mrs Charlie Joties and daughter, Miss Mildred Jones, are on the sick list Mr. and Mrs E L Robertson enter- tainee Mr. and Mrs, C. V. Robertson and Mr. and Mj. J M "Howard on Christmas day. Mrs, J. Dellaven, Mrs. Hatchee, and Miss Irene Miller were guests of Mrs. , J K Meng, Wednesday. Miss Carrie anil Ida Wa 1, Mr and "Mrs. Raymond Howell, and Dr I, ex, c.f HardiusLmrg, attended the Watch Meet- lug at iltw Meng House, Dec. 3 Misses Betsy Moorman. Mildred Moor- man and .Miss Nell Moorman have re turned to Bowling Green, after spending the holidays with their uarents, Mr. and Mrs 1) C. Moorman. Miss Nell 1) mpster has gone to t with Georgetown, after a .week's Dr. and Mrs R T. Dempster. Sgt Henry uurueu, o. amp senary aylor. spent the noways nere Mrs Burnett. Dr. aud Mrs R, T. Dempster, Mrs. F. Lyons, Mrs. Mollie Dempster, Phil and Bob Dempster and Mr and Mrs Joe T, Jones spent Thursday with Mr. aud Mrs. J. M Howard.. Mr. and Mrs. J. F Pitts have moved into the Powe' I house Rev. aud Mrs. Alex Harp r htve moved into the Baptist parsonage. Miss Ruth Roberts and Miss Vera Cunningham have relumed home after a visit in Smitbfield and Paducah Mias Minnie Moorniau leaves Jan. 14, for Little Rock, Ark., where she will enter school. Robert Curtis, of Detroir, Mich , has been home on a visit to friends J Vertis Sketo, of Lodiburg, spent the week end with Claud B. Dodson. Stephen ( Bruner, I). C. C, of spent the Christmas holidays with his patents, Mr. and Mrs. R Itru ner. L S. Ilrashear went to Louisville last week wi h a car load of stock. Florence F. Bruner, of Louisville, was the guest of her grandparents, Dr. J B Frymire and Mrs. Frymiie, during the holidays Arvil Barr, who has been in Chicago for the past four months, returned home Saturday. Forrest Philpott, Frnest Shaw and An- drane Cashman have gone to Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. ('.us Rarger gave a pound party on Dec 27. There w..s a large crowd and all enjoyed the evening, Mrs Mollie Kellum and daughters are staying with her sister, Mrs litis (larger, while having (heir new dwelling house built. Mr.. Will Peters and chi dreu, of Concordia, spent the week, end with her mother, Mrs l'hrasie Barr, and attended the Manning Itarr nuptial. Tne boys of this vicinity who are in the draft age are receiving their quest. 011 Some have received their card naires telling the class they are iu. W. A. Dod sou, Owen C. Bruner and George Barr, class ; Wallace Parks, Wilf Grant, Ess Sliff and C I Dodsou, class 4. Hardinsburg. cow shipped Napoleon ,. m1 Louisville lastBruner weighing aIS6'.l lbsto, Robert Harlon week his farm to a man in Louisville for $3'200 and received Who can beat 9 cents. and he will move to Alabama in tie this for a man 70 years old, spring. Roy Whittiughill is ill of pneumonia fever. Star Roller Mills Making "War Flour." present supp'y is consumed, the patent while flour will soon be an unknown (juauity at least until after the war is over. The Cloverpor Star Roller Mills along with a the millers over the country have begun to grind out "war II ur" since Dec 25 According to the ruling of the food a luiiuistration the millers are not allowed to make either a high or low grade of patent white flour. In order to save Hi,000,iXiO bushels of wheat the new government ruling for making flour ssys: "no licensee engaged in the business of milling flour aud feed from wheat shall after Dec 25 I9I7, use more than 264 pounds of 58 pounds per bush el or heavier clean wheat, ill making 196 pounds of 0t per cent Hour. None of the above flour so milled slM be mixed with or sold as teed " Heretofore millers have used l70 pounds or wheat to barrel of flour 1 ft v?j QH ?5s s at Ssjs; iSjrC iStfs. v&L QH s Your Country Needs Your Help! B They need Sweaters, Wristlets. Sox and many other things to keep them warm. Although there has been a scarcity of As soon as the g mm rui uic ouiuicio We doubled our SEVERAL HUNDRED POUNDS and are selling it at a moderate price, w ithin jSP Write us telephone us tomorrow may be too late. M sold out. ACT AT ONCE. Khaki Yarn Just Received 114-16 efforts to secure same, and as a result have ierhod's reach. We ntt) he' 1 VS Manufacturers Dept. Store Tht SALINGER'S N. Main S'reet Sft Ovvezisboro, Ky. Home of "Stylo Without Extravaganct" LNtim.t's show law ijivernment Piu.liug Office will ue lUOOOUHM) pounds of paper, Butting ab ml $4 001) MO, l hi rar. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Wanted! We want a good man to raise 8 or 10 acres of tobacco. Must come well recommended. Cood'proposition for the riht man. Rev. Russell Walker Renews. Hartford, Ky. Jan 21A, 1018 Joe Moorman and Miss Vera CunningBabbagt: Enclosed Mr. Jno. D. ham spent last Saturday in Hardinsburg plaaac to find a check for one dollar the guests ot Mrs. A. T. Beard. and fifty cents (II 60) for which tend me the Breckinridge Newt for one year, and oblige, FRYMIRE Yours Very Respectfully. Futscll W ker. Misses Lena and beasie Lee Brashesr spent last Sunday with Mrs. Gns Barger. Can't Do Without Miss Canie Kellum spent last week with Misses Lisha aud Kva Bathaui, of Dec. M, 1017. Raymond. Mr. John!). B ibbtge, Clover port, Ky. you will Mad Mrs B. L Ca t and baby, Blroy, of Dear Sir: Enclosed last money order, for subscription to the Sbiloh. spent several Robert Moorman left for Oaenaboro Brackenridge Newt, begmlng with the Biddle. tir.t copy of the New Year. We canwife have moved on not do without the home paper. Jim Heron and Heepectfullv, Gabc Nevitt's farm and will crop there Sgt T. W Crenshaw ATTORNEY year this K Main St. Battle Creek, Mich. Miss Sarah K. Haynea. of Wast Point, 345 Get my Rates for Collecting Notes ami Circuit Ceawt. visited Bar aunt, Mrs Georgia Shellman, Motgages by Suit in the FIRST STATE BANK, lrvington, Kentucky aaasiBiBiiaB It j DR. W. The Steady Advertiser la making hta Dully Trip to the Bank with the Day'a Haul. He u Loaded Down but he doesn't 8eei. j Mind. He knows It Pays To Advertise and couldn't do without The Paper any mure than The Paper could do without him. He never coasptalna about Baataaaa feeing DulL Office B. TAYLOR. A ...PERMANENT... JJ g DENTIST Hun: ?;:,S;JSiVV wttytt tn olMrv V. G. BABBAGE oner hi'Ur durton lflli, If. recently. Try a New Want Ad. Now Use News Want Ads for Results THE BRtCKENRlDGL JOHN D. BABBAOE. NfcWS IMPORTANT NEWS IN BRIEF FORM Ulilor and I'uhltslier Dr, .i.:;ry H. I.cwl. a .veil knnv.n Lo.iisvllln physician. Is In Jail charged with the mur.ler of his wife. Mrs. Hunan Lewis, following the finding of her body on the fin if of a 'lied roorn at She joined our CHRISTMAS BANKING ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY her hone ' nt c:to Fourth street. 9. 1918 H,' TPCNINCS EIGHT PAG'ES. Snrucrirttion price $1.50 a year: 50c FROM THROUGHOUT KENTUCKY CONDENSED AND TEHSELY TOLO. or 4. month . 75e for ft month. CHILDREN B'JR:i TO DEATH RttSftattoe Of CMOtf Fi.el 1)1: o .tor Wltl'&m Wcese, all stores and " horses of I'rlneeton will close toe hiijr e.'rller for fle days of thn wek and en hn.ir nnd a half earlier on BatVf day nigfits. LwU Uka 10 yojra old. dle:l frtn iBjttrlci tacorred whrn ho was kicked !:i tha uhd men by a horro. He wai tho IOB of Ktljah I.Ike, a f.'.rmer, near ' OB ; :;:-, r BmhtM Local 10c per line and 5c S V ench additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Sc per line, money in ObitnariM thmtfti for at the rate of I advance. a. nine the i label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. win have finished reading your copy who is not a subscriber; NOTICB TO St HSCRI HI of the PMCKBNRIOOI Nl'WS hand do not throw it away or destroy it. ' it to a friend GIFT OF APPRECIATION You nidi not lie able to write a marrelons eiory, eing a street eong, of paini a wonderful hare the full apprepicture; but UOU pro(t (I t li i Is fu II appreciation mat prove ciation u n as Beneficial to you eu the gift of creation or the ffOWer of doing. Selected. : . $8f, The Shipping Hoard bM uke Congmi for $888,000,000; of it to be Dttd in the extension t ship yards and 8701000, With tiii lute reie.t Congress lin 000 for additional ship contracts. been tsfrd to farnM nil together 88,018,000000 for the Shipping Board alone. This perbnpi will give us some idea of how mneh money it takes to linance the war. Let the (iovernment linve your savin;: in the form of Liberty B mis. it is I bit of patriotism as well a lM'otetiion for you against the enemy. I 000,(11111 a-- The British leak, Britannia, which was used in the buttle of Bon tot kl to make a tour of the l.irgo cities In the U. S., beginning-Jan18. The tank, which is built to travel only in mud, will be in command of C.ipt. Richard lleigend aeeonpaoied by several Scitch pipers. One of (he objects of lh( tank tour is to get 200,000 BrHLlV eis and Canadians in the United State- - to volunteer for war service. Thrift tamps are breaming juitc popular with the chi'dren of our town. Whiie we are teaching them to save let's remind them that it - a patriotic duty II well, end that they ere helping Uncle -- Sain win the war by saving their pennies. The Interaetioael rlarreeter Company has ,980 men in the service of the U. S army and navy and en Chti-iis the company sent one of these men a Chi 1st mas box tilled with more than a dcz in each of useful and attractive gifts for soldier hojrS. m Petersburg, Kaatackjr went over its nllotr.ient hv subscribing $4iO,)7it toward the final of the Y. M. C. A., during the rampaigii, affording to figures made public f.t Frankfort. h. fvrum. a Hflmaaiaa, arraigMd Fire destroyed tho ttvortory rc d- - before I'nile '.: immlssioner t". acnco of Mo e Miller at Martin t (J. Ilt)!l!n 1. nt f'ine.-Mlihnrt'eil with lion, on BetWer CrMk. Three of 1.1s rprrinling German . propaganda, was rOBBg cklMrm were burned to Uea X bound over in $.7,.r" bonds to await and otherM made narrow cscar the action of the Federal grand Jury. Xhey were sleepliiK upatrira and did Otto F. Kitel, ot Bewee Valley, filed cot dii. cover the lire catil the build a complaint with the State Railroad was ready to collapse. f'oinmlsri.'on, Frankfort, charging that J. M. Stevens and Mary A SteVena, the Louisville Interurban Company of Lexington, has hriiitKht .suit against tails to properly beat the car leaving the Central Kentucky Gas Company Lrsrange at l:M o'clock each mornin? for $111,000, allefrlni? that through tho for Louisville. A panic was narrowly averted at the action of the company in culling off the gas supply at their home" October Pastime. Theater, Winchester, when 22, during the sicknnps of the latter, fire was dls.'nerfid in the engine room she is permanently 111. at the roar of the building. F. M. Wilburn. an ol Unknown miscreants blew up a itre ceMnf dam acror.s Fcr.er Rrssell. was Instantly killed by fast Cn !. three miles north of QlftagQW, train No. 5 while attempting to cross tanpororllji brlpifl!&3 the ne.;vcr a crossing with a team. Olllt Holland, S8 years old. a paint Creek mill there by eeatrojrtBg Hi er. and married with six children, was wa'.cr power. Uurlng the year of 1017 TkOflUi V. instantly killed at Maysville by a C. & O. passenger train. Kynrs, Commissioner of Motor a Lewis Harris, arraigned before elas, Frankfort, issued 47.4 :t antomoCounty Jud-'Mm Harris at Maysville I hile licenses, 1 4 motorcycle lit nntl 3,1100 chauffeur licenses. Tita on a charge of killing his wife, was held to await action of the Mason cirlicenses netted the state $lJO,noo. Allen Glasgow. 48 years old, Of Ma- - cuit court grand jury without bond. Jack Rlgtiby. of Lamont, was dlsonville, was killed in an automobile accident. His son, Herbert Qlesfow. brought to he Southern Kentucky 19 ye"hrs old, was internally injured. Sanatorium at, Frankfort for an opera tion. He was accidentally' shot by a Their automobile collided with an companion while bird hunting. ear. The drug store of Dr. William D. S .me of tho best farm lands in the Greer at Bowling Green has been sold by Assignee James H. Barclay to Its county are looted in this Lbighbor-hooformer owner, who has taken charge. e They in a fin; state of cultiMrs. Rufus Pearson was severely vation, well iir.i roved, lav wetland burned at her home 011 the Scottsville prodtic; bbuolantly. The Jollys ar.d pike near Bowling Green. She was I) Jarnetts oq ever a thousand acres standing In front of an open grate of this lantl and are making goo:l. But, when her dress became ignited. Hei nv, they do neetl a good pike read. It husband secured a ou'lt from the bed vould add 25 per cent, to the value of and threw around her after she started heir lands b?ides t hs conveuit nces it to run and extinguished the flames. Fore'jrfl buyers purchased forty. .v iuIo bring to them. three, mules on the Franklin market ooo paying .'armes are all well pleased with the ....Ol' Kir an average of $235. .1 This waa ovnn.l.nnA.1 In... ....... uj c.n,i;ui.i:ii o.u uratrin ttu iCtkM of l'resitlen; Wilson in taking no the highest general average ever vei lh J railroids anil of his iinpoin'.-qepaid on l his market for mules Three Children, Asleep In Home, Ltvrr When Hous? Is Destroyed by Fire $10 000 Danngea Asked From Ga i Company. Lri (' OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB IS FOR EVERYONE-- , GIRLS AND WOMEN, MEN AND BOYS, THE CHILDREN AND THE BABY. YOU CANTSTART WITH 10 CENTS, 5 CENTS, CENTS OR 1 CCIT AND INCREASE YOUR DEPOSIT THE SAME AMOUNT EACH WEEK. IN 50 WEEKS CLUB CLUB CEMT CLUB CLUB PAYS PAYS PAYS PAYS t -- $127.50 68.75 25.50 12.75 - - . K YOU CAN BEGIN WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT FIRST AND DECREASE YOUR-- " PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. WE ALSO HAVE CLUBS WHERE.YOU PAY IN 50 CENTS, $1.00 OR $6.00 WEEKLY AND IN EOtWEEKS HAVE 525.CC; $E0.C0 OR $250.00. JOIN YOURSELF AND HAVE EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY DO SO, TOO THE BM OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST: CO. HARDINSbURO, KY. We Offer You d. Total Assets Qvir $850,UCA0 StratQth, C(uitisi, (ad luirea h'iilics a-- Lands For Sale One far.n of 160 acres, near railroad, ol Along with the other good tiling i'i C'loverpoi t it is quite satis factory to know that when we are eating meat on any day other than "meatless days,'- it has been slaughtered under sanitary conditions. - Provost Marshal (ieneral Cr.iwdei 's report of the selective draft shows that Kentucky has had more men to plead exemptions than any other state in the union. tSL are having their annual i heir page add on the seoond page "Red Tag" sale this month. of this issue and you will tind some excellent bargains. B. V. Heard Co.. of Hardinsburg, K-ad Get ready for the wit Liberty Loan issue, which has licen announced to be launched some time after Feb. 1. Our subscription list Watch your tires. What a fanner wants to do is to get in love with hi. land like he d ies wild his Mock. Liutl ueetls proper food just the sam as st ck. Y u can soon wort it to tleath if you tlou'i feeil it. If you don't know the propi r food to give it -- is incieiaii g each month. FARM AND STOCK. ask your County Agent. K. Sidney Owen, of C.ltru Ucin, s!ii petl four crates u; liar Poland ChiLU J. F. Mctiary aud daugh'er, Mm hogi;. J. M. M wur.l atea bhipptd a car Regin .McGary. and Miss Hannah lottio: hoj;s from his hum. of Kirk, vent to Owensboro Fi i ooo J. II. McGtry has bought i tit Hillary lay Mis. Jar boa will enter M'. Si. Joseph' Academy near Oweusboro. McO ry fi rm his f jthci 's oil! place from (itorge Muouictl for i.OO". It com. i.:. 10 acres. At the J tckson s lr', near MiQuicy, o Saturday, NIX) tuahels of 10m sold at 1). Mnse lias bought tlM li i .i i h n 4; per bushel. Walter Wand was l )bertson Unburns furrn, tit. hi S imple, for ,U0 bought the purch isrr. ihirteeti heatl ol shoats f $.'UD. The Ttiu frm contain 'Uu auras. o6o sheep brought $ i' a head Ute pair of John Oi Rhodes, of (Wen heat), sold aged mules IMLAOj one six tar old hi crop of 6,0(0 (Miuniis of iaii tobacco mule aud one tw old mule j ear Hi EintM U, Rot trtson at $17 oil round. brought Hi.V John Hales bougnt a b uud other Mr Rhodes has a small farm of I'M IO f ami It1 pigs lor acres. Htsii.es his tobacco crop he tin Mgr. 111 priportitQ, Tea sale footed bushels of corn, li4 ln aii of upaiouml i.'l,(M). Jack Jolly, tne atl- raised tits, miulsltator, said he was well pleased hogs, teveu heud ot cattle, tw one mule. Me ami his wile did all Ike nun the sale and that U iv Henry work. handled it all right. 000 000 I so 111 Jt&se Matthew, 000 ooo btn.-.niit hauled tobacco 70"J. 10 IWeu H.-a- Mr Matthews tion of Oeiuii one of raisers in that section year with 1' C Moot one load of him that has the reputathe best lobSCCC lie farmed this man. There was a go d crowd in attendance notwithstanding it was a had day. There never was a better time to sell sluH, especially live slock Farmtrs have plenty of money un-- they are preparing for a big crop, uot only of to-icco but of stock, BOf anil otlnr J 'cksou, the deeea-eowntr of the farm, cerlaiuly had a line (aim, well improved, well stockid and pleuty around V.'liu. He was a cKizen as well as a g .on farmer, and he U sadly mis- ed by that conimuuity. His sou tulnv, Waller llland, ue under i tutt will live ou the farm pro-dMb ooo K. L Robeitson sold C K Matthews, County Aiient Mailison county, Florida, 40 Dun. 1; Lags for Mav I, delivery. Kiie Rob-ertpu registered I )uroc gilts laCMBll Agent Of Muhlenberg county, Kv. Mi. ha-inure ordtra for high grade registi l stock, both hogs and cattle, than ha cao fill i.-.- . George Woods, a negro, was arrant-eon a charge of burning his wife to ooo death in their home at Winchester. I)u op Ftr.ners' Week at the Agri Firemen were driven back by the e dtt.ral College at Ltxitiglou, JatHiary flames, and after two hours found the .'D. February I, the Kentucky Alfalfa woman's body charred to a crisp. Charles Roberts, who says his home (J owers Association will have a com- is at liutlalo, N. Y., and who claims to p.iiitve show. have lost his registration card, was O t) o taken before the draft board at LexThe entii s will be three inch, dia- - ington on a charge of trying to evade ter, buittlles of alfalfa sown last sum-- the draft. He was placed in Class i ; live inch buudles of alfalfa sown and sent to the city Jail to await examp:itr to August 1, IOI7; aud also a ination by physicians. tor the best bale of altalfa. II ttidsome The steamer Greyhound, valued at p u'is are IT red to the winnei. $15,000. went down a few miles east of the Maysville port following an unexplained explosion. The stern of the A splendid premium lit has been pre-trtd for the Stale Corn Show this year steamer is completely submerged. and classes have been so anung- d that The Greyhound was the last of the Captain William May line of rlvar iny corn grower has a chance to comsteamers. pile successfully in one or more c'aise. Seek Posting of Rail Schedule. M.nvof tha prizes are of exceptional Those who have in contemplation .'altie, and well worth the best efforts the ausliing of enactments for lire, betit anyone to win. For instance, the terment of railroad ot e. atlon in thU iweep-lake- s prizj for ten ears of corn state were glad to no'e in the PresiS.". is worth about The sptcial piize dent's proclamation assuming Federal f r three ears shel.ing the largest percontrol of the roads that It 1s not incentage of gra n is worth 7o In the tended to set aside the re'atioush'p of other classes prop .rtionately US good State Itillroad Commisdons nor to interfere with the statutes coverin ; the premiums are provided. Among tho roads aud their affairs. There will b: competitive shows of tueauures wt.ntetl hv tho people of lCsntucky Is one requ'rinj that at allalto, corn, dairy products and wo- t tin. periods before the sthea.ih d c?r idae men's work. for the arrlvui f a train at a vay5ta-tiotire intelligence oOclaJ at that liven bo'ly is welcome. K .'er thirg shalUpost correctly the number of is free. minutes that truiu is lato mid that he ooo shall promptly repot t all ttt( iticnt la Ameiica tnis is the .;o,Un ages I lorses in ime, until the tra il shstl laiuuns, this being esp. ei tilv tine 01 have arrival, act Hi There i an force now will 'i sci.tuck' . Oood crops and good prices I rctentU with (.rovidoVthe publi atvall ai.d p.'ofpeiit) is abioadiuthe this information, but its is vas :o and Fo; a number cf ears fuunii g it is without a st'nger. ml Vtat tho peou is been reiaiving nure aud more at ple want to knew, cupe: lally In tbagt t o: teaii hi anil now, iu ih.l..ce of Hie war, tlmea of Mid out trilm cn Me have real zed better than evar be the movement of Gcvo: nmeil tvs.opi, 10 e the imp quipment and freitht, is when thev lane-o- f doing our ver :n got- aw.: y without the lo: s of m.! best on our i t . uiblc time i:i waiting ctatl-n- s if t ho station offlcUls were ?. rr It is the ft duty to MeMjoM and '!: bly informal by the comp-iiy'op-tto his to do his best, lu H i it 113 department and wern :! i"J l Le matte couneeliou, inenti u slioul la to give that information la tho puh'lc "Farmers' Week" lg be held al the Ag promptly tho product mooi of every in eke ricullural College t.1 Lexington, Jan community ti.:.iiin. aitukX . Htfy M to February f, This will he a woul l be greate-The time i nBt mei and l.c apjr smiles of met tings of various F.trmt' jjijj(jijM1 in Kentucky becanse tf lnabT!-fland Uret tiers' Associations of Kentucky to know approximately when one Id addit.oi, the college will piovide a may oAtch a liMe train is astonishingly most instructive sat of demonstration great. tod leclnras that will be of groat to farmers in their Carta toprodi c Would Speed Up Caw. maximum crops next summer. Senator-eleo- t Robert C. S m: i 'is, of Covington, says he feels that '.he powooo er of the Workmen's (' t.i;ien.salion lodge Mooimtu h.s sold the Board should be Increased, "capo; ally-tMiller farm, near Sampl?, to Jiff the cud thit it may bo able to ob H isham for (075. tain results quicker when the claim-are dispute " "At present," ho co Vic Kobertson soltl the bunch ol tliitied, "it is witiiiu the lower o" shoals he bought at the Jackson sale o thoso amploytsrs denylug the right of A T. Heard, aud the yearling calves an emjxoyc to ompensatitm to pro 10 Jack Lyons. Ha soltl a hue saddl. hoi.se to Dr. Dull, of Hartford, for t'ioO (Continued on page 6) lead. I 111 A-- f Mr McAdoo as thtir exclusive well watered; excellent tobacco land; sufficient timber to nu:ke buildings. Price $800 Cash cs p or for satisfactory teims tn time. Abo 160 acres, about 2J n iles from Hardinsburg; well watered; strong land, contains approximately $1,000 worth of timber. On main road. or satisfactory terms on time. Address Me Mardnisburg, 000 Price' $2,500 Cash at Once Kentucky H. DeH. MOORMAN 000 r REFORT OF; THE CONDITION OF THE 000 sta-tio- n FIRSTISTATE BANK Irving! or , Kentucky At tht Close of liuSiness December 31, 1917 Resources LqOM and Discounts $127.(172.51 2,450.00 1.118 08 1,000.0$ I aot-om- i - 111 000 ner' s f Liberty Uond.s Overdrafts Furniture and Fixtures llt.usi' uud Lot I'tibli in Safe and Hunks Tctul Re ni ices ....... 3.000.00 its, 818 55 $234,058.84 Liabilities C'upital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided l'mlits Dividend, 4 per cent Deposits $ 15.OtHI.00 -- 1 ., '. 3,600.00 623 7$ i 00 211.435 12 (tOO. 000 Total L'ah.litits I hereb) I $234,058.84 tMtfj that tlie a'xtve slalement isoirfcl: J. C PAYNK, Cashi i 4 Ge Breckenridge New. WK0N R8DAY, JAN. 0, Rntr 1918 . of the Wednrsdny club at her home last Announcement.. " t the Post Offl l.T-- t CtoTorport Kj as second clan., mutter. HIS PAPFR REPPrSENTCD KOil T0REI0N ADVERTISING CY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITItJ ItKa FOR POLITICAL AMOVMtMRTTl For Precinct and city Offices f 2 50 5.00 For County Offices $ 15. CO For State anil Dtttfiet Offices 10 For Calls, per line .! For Cards, per line For All Publications tn tbe Interest of individuals or expression 1 of Individual views per line Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. 1917. ! A. M. IJ:1J A M. M. ItlJJ . M. Pi ? SJ r. PJ. 7 :40 P. M. fwj A M. J:4 A. M. 7:25 A. No. H4 will No. Effective December 16, KAST BOI'Ml No. 142 win 'oi'v. btottftott ArrlTlrp Irvlrirt' r Arrlvv U ultvlllr Arr'vtrir lr Inirtnn. Arrlvlnir f.oulsOHe MB will ort Arriving I v'nuton Arrlvlnir f oulsvilie WEST HOUND No. Ml will lo.vcCIvi rtort JJ No. No. 143 Arrlvlnir Owcnshoro Arrlvlnir yeadeaaon Arrlvlnir Eviinsvlllc Arrlvlim St. LoJla will loHVoClovpruort Arrlvlnir HftWMVllle l..4'Cliv.rort.: MMA. 12:011 . .llaJP.H. 1:23 P.M. I' M. 14.") Arriving Owtnsbnro will leave Clyvrrtjort ArrlvlnvOwt'nshoro Arrlvlnir llfnclr'n Arrlvlnir Kvannvtlle Arriving i. will Ihhvi- - Shons Arrlvlnir Ow.nshoro Arriving Hcndoraon T.40 1'. M. 7:4:. P. M. S:f2 T!' :C0 P. .. 11 !" P. I m A. M. 1:M1A.M. J. I'll IT'S' T:4nA.M. !t2& 7:4fiA. M. 9:00 A. M. No. 14T JJ' jjn iiiuiiiiilH iiiiiiiillliiiiulimiliiilillliiiiil iiiniiiiiiHllilllllllililiiill 1 LOCAL ITEMS. iiiiiiiiiiliniiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiitniiNiiiiiiiiiliiiininiiiti hiiuiimiiiihiii ' I Of - I I I a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy Readers. Ilinilll I1IIUII1 i I I I ill! Mrs. Bar l'ella, Holt went to Louisville Friday. Jolin A Ross lias purchased a new seven passenger Jeffries car. Virnil Bowlda, St Louis came Monday morning lo visit Ii is parents. Mr nml M s William Alii, Addison have moved to Stephensport Miss E la Smith nd alrs- Thomas J. Ferry were in Louisville Thursday KdlOOf d Carter, IrvlngtoB spent Pli-day with his grandmother, Mrs. Putdga Carter Mr. OiCM HofdvMfj LTU;svil!e it here tlvc KUSSt of his m thcr, Mrs. Ten) Mr9. Leslie Plank and children, Louisvilio caina Monday t visit Mr. and Mrs. J;iu Burn for a few davi. Miss KloiseNo'te returned to I ouisvi le Sauduy after spending the holidays wjth her parents. lr. and Mrs J C No te Mr. and Mis John Ryan were at Preston, Ky , the peats of their son, V J. Friel and Mrs Friel fqr the ChistmaB holidays Priv. Mike Tucl.er of Co G 35th, Engineers Corp-- . U, heen tent Irom Caujp Zichary Taylor tj Camp Oraut Rockford, III Those who fe on the sick list in Clov erport re: R0 wi" Mullen, Mr and Mrs, James Ticrney, Mrs. John R)an and Mr. Fran, Fraize. Mr and Mrs, James Tierncy and Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan were in Hawesville, ' Thursday of last week the guests of Mr ijjd Mis. F. W 1'rtel Miss RUtabelh Miller and Miss Aliene Miller, Tell City; Ind returned home Thursday after a week's visit wrth Mr and Mrs- P J. Kramer. Mr. ;m'u Mrs. W. U. Worden and son, Wm Robert. Worden span. Christmai weak with Mr. Wordm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J Wordan Misi Isabel Creeiiwell, Louisville ac companiad by Sery. Frank Knight were here last week the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J110. Knight. - '::::::: IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII ' ' week Mrs I.iltnrd and granddaughter, Miss Lida Mae English spent Hit l itter putt of Chrislm is wi uk at Skiliniau with MfM nrnk Kngtith'i pareaU Mr and Mrs English. Hefrry Henninger, who is employed has Ci :ne on a farm at MattOM, HI home to spend (he winter ami c with his mothar, Mrs Isabella Hennlngcri West View, Ky. Louis aptlll Mr Milton Myers, Si I'uesflay evening tile gttftl of M4m I B Mr M ers has ii'listeifin tha ilia l'ate U S. Navy and is awaiting his orders to report for duty. Mr and Mrs l'r nk White and children, James Henry White and Frances Wh te have returned from D.inviile' III , wher.- they were staying with Mr White who had employment ill that city. C'oip. lion Smith, Camp Zachary Taylor was at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Worden to spend the Corp Smith has Christmas holidsys recently m de an expert on the rille shot range. Mr. P. D. Plank and daughter, Miss Kdilh riant have moved from Hickory, N C , to aWnliridgC, Oa , where Mr Plank has accepted a more lucie itive position with the (ieorga, Florida and Atlanta Railroad. LOST On Main street, betwecd Weil ding's Drug Store and Dr. lghlfooi's Finder re office, a gold watch; (IC'gin) turn to News office and receive reward Mr. and Mrs Walter Tally and baby of Cloverport, spent New Years in the city, the guests of friends They came down for the purpose of filling r.ut the (Questionnaire that had been sent to Mr. Tally. Hancock Clarion. Wa Carter, who was injured in he Sheyherdsville wreck before Christmas, was nbre to be brought from the St Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital, Louisville to the home of his rarents, Mr. and ' Mrs. Frank A. Carter last Friday. Dti-B- . C. McDonald, Mrs McDonald and their daughter, Miss Edith P'auk McDonald arrived Monday from Pitta burg, Kansas, to v isit Mrs. McDonald's sister, Mrs. Ira liehen anil Dr. .McDonald's sister, Mrs Frank Matttngly. Miss Margaret Rjati, Messrs. Celestine O'connell and Carl Heavin were in I , I L. C. TAULi Insurance Cifice Cloverpiirt, Kentucky Pirc, Light ntng N lor-luuloand For Appellate Judge. Ve are au1hori7.1l to nnnonnc" the Mil W. Ilensoa ns a candMate for the Dtmocratia nomlninion for Ap peltate Judge from the Second District, in the primary, AvgVM, 1HI.S. ant dor's d to antmricr Judge Settle us u c.tndidute for re- liomiuniijn for Judne of the Court M Appeals from ib giawgd ..bject to (he August, illiS, prlnurv. We V Joy For all the Family! Don't miss having one of our new art N Baby Grand -- intl?torm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. 1 4 i Classif.Eti i Phonographs!! ! Old Reliable Companies Q ADVERTISEMENTS I iVE .'. w ?! ic Per Wore Each Imertion : j , No Crocuses in November. n consolation to women who hiive pajaajad thirty to remember thnt the most beautiful work of human lunula the Venus de Mllo Is the stntue of n miilure wonmti, comments n writer. All the Venuses, In fnrt, are represented 11s mothers. There Is not Among a young girl In tfle lot. Statues only Psyche could quitl-- j lfy as n Bromhvny beauty, nnd even Psyche might nppeur n little plump gri mature to the ndmlrers of the hu-- I miin reedhlrd. Of course, every woman should fight ugliness to her Inst hour. She Mid not lose her beauty Ht nny ugo. Put one does not exper t to pick snowdrops or crocuses from the fallen leaves of November, and it is. Just as futile to hope to look sixteen when you are -- It should he Nuti. All vtien von niM notlfi Hi no I'tri'.aiiarmeh Mmiintlannl ,,',, J I I 'rti jj P HELP WANTED TM-lilri omr lt)WavToM. 11 net w.i 1 cm til Ad 1 t tup ij Tin ill pr1VlrKM Jti rOM', Hi ' hnp'Smul rt'.H.. fotiM r Mrlh io HflCiite Ouittfii NlllnConiptuif , 'i. lOOStitMl A IIP, It's :i hijr Machine, stands 3,ri im lus high, 17' in. deep and 15 in. wide. The Cabinet is finished in IVfchogVny and Rosewood, ami is a splendid piece of Furniture. You'll like it. SSSSS99 HF.I.P WAN 8O1MI la K f. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS 2 $35.00 V, WaNTKC Unuiar kart f Cora and one ,'ar in ,11 ft ha v -- "ardli sbarg Liter 7 Hal a, II ijalual nrir Ky . WANIKH Vou to aiake eslrj awMf a) real aa n.i siiare riwun or umr v rnni iii.iiw lie riivriti.g Wa t All. in Tin: hill OKE.NklDUE I i Worth double the amount. Get one for the home and be happy. NBW 5 AIM i ni: &MiA Liigr liurt-lMtli m nut MWp tonda: J. j C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. t tMlgala. u IpTliI h W forty. has chnrncter Is beautiful. Character is the essential truth of any natural object, whether ugly or beautiful; It Is even what one mhrht' cull u double truth, for It is the lniu r truth truusJaled by the outer truth; It Is the soul, the feelings, the Idea, expressed by the features of a face, by the gestures, aud actions of a human being, by the tones of n sky, by the Hue of a horizon. Now, to the great urtlst, everything in unture has character ; for the unswerving directions of his obse'rvation searches out the hidden meaning of all things. There Is nothing ugly In art except thut which offers no outer or inner truth. Rodin. no in diti.s containing wool which are nacvfcumr for 'he tn lllaiy i r nuv.il uses at Ihe Uniti c! 1 he War s Mcen-e- The Beauty Only that which of Truth. (I y Sit pli. tnw ifkMi and Mitima - V. Kv ,i. tr I MPORTANT Conl NEWS if COLUMBUS AND tin rl 'runi p e four 0WENSB0R0 WAGONS . " - party given by Miss Ilulah Don'.hitt. Miss Douthitt was in Cloverport recently the guest of Mr. and Mis. John Ryan. . Mr Gardner Hawkins, Stephensport spent last Saturdav in Hawesville with his sister. Mrs Herman J Rii eandMr, Stales. Rice and Sunday in Cloverport the guest Miss Mary McOavOck, Mr. Hawkins enlisted in the Navy and expects to be "" called soon. I Q Polk and her son, Wfl lam Mrs. W L 'loddard Poll, Jr , will leave for their home in Cincinnati, Saturday morning after spending three week's with Mrs. Polk's parents, Mr and Mrs. Jno D. Habbage, Sr. linroute to Cincinnati .they will he the guests of of Mrs. D. W. Fafriigliia Louisville. fur the Trade B ipvit ird is giapiin of cut r aA! sii a 01 woo Hong the investigation until it takei about as much time as a law suit under the old syy.tem. The purpose of this law is to speedily provide lor payment of compensation where proper. This In some instances has heen prevented. I think," he said further, "the Agrlcultur.il Department, which is doing a great service In developing (he state's resources, should he ghen the means to broaden its work. It has been suggested that Poards of Education in cities of the second c'ass be empowered to levy taxes for tchool parpotM in those cities. The method of filing articles of Incorporation should be modified, so as to bo first liled in tho ofllce of the Secretary of State and then ii the olTice of the Clerk of the county in which htCI irporated he reverse of tha present system. Question n::s d on by the Secretary of State could then be pr anted to him In the first taatsnce, bvtatbig the exbnsi and delay of filing coi rocted articles in the connty ofllca." i We handle Columbus and Owensboro Farm Wagons in car load lots direct from the factory, and have three car loads bought before the recent advances. Save money by ordering before the next advance, PRICES QUOTED ON REQUEST I VYe also sell the Ames and Delker Buggies. PLANING ' F0RDSVILLI JAKE WILSON, MILL COMPANY F0RDSVILLE. Manager Kf. Do Girls Who Work in Military Camps are Safe Guarded. The War Woik Council of the National Board has voted to raise 4,000,-iljk- j fur the protection ard welfare of women and girls who are engaprd in war time activities wilhin and withcamps This it out the military women's problem to safeguard these girls who form the second lire of NHioutl defence. Kentucky Is asksd to raise $25 000 for a contribution to thiiwo ktobe s spent on housct at Camp Z 'Chho-te.- You Need Glasses? We are starting the New Year bigger and bet- State Debt Decreases. During the month of December the Interest hearing outstanding warrants against the Kttite were decreased by $1,500,000, these warrants having haen called in for payment by State Treasurer Ooodpaster. Hie outstanding indebtedness of the s'ale at t!io beg n ning of btwihess January 1 amounted to $4,399,442.84, as compared to5.24f, 853.81 for December. The amounts on hand in the different funds of the government at the beginning of the year follows: Sinking fund. $198, ; 760.10; State University fund, school fund, $290,849.92 : general expense fund, $1,123,574.87. Balance In treasury, $1,731,203.90. $48,-549- Condensed Statement of The Farmers Bank Hardiusburg, Kentucky January Loans and Discounts Bonds .l U....I.O i i.i v dan dim U.,ic Hanking House and Lot Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate Other Assets i i i 2, 1918 $132,1N2.27 16,130.60 71 Raw Ti i,ini,ai Another ary Tay lor. S"v- Urei'.onridtfo cojnty likewise is asked lor a cantr iluit Ion The campaign is no on and Mrs Walter J l'iggctt of Ittlngtoa ab)i has so pair oticlv offdtd her sei vices to carry the cam P&igu will appoint committee in each town who will in: Ke up uecctsiry ContriOutiur s. Every one wi havoan opportunity to give an-- thev will 0c aikcil to uive t ' help protict the eiu roulv o molh.rs, wives and s:stt'is as well as the Red Cross purses about the camp. ti ter than ever. Our completely equipped plant insures prompt and efficient ser- Mr. of the Evergreen neighborhood, came to town and reported that a farmer living upon part Of what Is known as the old Al Irilgo place, near Purlngton, while dri'l nT for water upon his place struck a pocket of oil at a depth of fifty feet, and in drilling further, struck a still larger pocket of oil at a depth of feet. As lenses are held by local people upon the adjoining farm the matter will he Investigated at once. flfty-new- Oil Strike. B. D. Davis, I fU m .V 6,500.00 875.00 800.00 73. 00 I m t Total Capital Stock gi Surplus Deposits. ..$230,118.08 15,000.00 7,000.00 MUST BE BURIED IN FRANCE "Mr. Kejnjlus, ou of Clovarporl'a aldeit citlzjne is lying in a crilicl condition at his homa in the Vet er.d, from a suck of paralysis. Mr. A L Lewis and his daughter, ' Pliss Virginia Lewis, Stephensport weie in Louisville 1 burs ay to consult an ocul st about Miss Lewis' eyes Fordsvllle Planing Mill Company eau furnish you the Columbus ami Owens-bbrW.gons Write them to day for prices and descriptive circulars. to Award Clark was accompanied Louisville Monday by his father, I)r F S. Clark, who is taking him to see a specialist and urve an X ray examiua tiou Mrs James Waggoner returned to her borne in LuiiisviUe Tues lay after being the guest of her parents. Mr. aud Mrs Lewis Payne at Hardiusburg for several days. m- - Bodlea of U. 8. Soldiers Who Die Abroad Cannot Be Removed Now. War department ofllclals suy It Is Impossible to remove bodies soldiers who die In of American France to this country until after tho war. If relatives want to do so before hostilities end, they will have to as-- ; sumo that responsibility. Secretary of Wur Baker has ruled that the United States men who die on Euro-- I penn buttle nelds shall be burled nnd the graves marked nnd the notified of all disposition made of tho bodies. The Hist contingent of a regtatra-tloservice to look after the marking "and burial of Amerlcun soldiers hus The burlul will be lu cemesuited. teries designated by government The bodies will be ulueed; lu serviceable caskets, so that they may be preserved for an Indefinite time. prue-tleulrela-tlvea vice in addition ly to highest qua- lity workmans- hip. Our place is truly a store of service. Watch US Grow Food Survey. Kfiorts to obtain a rerord of all the sugar held !n stoc k in Kentucky have been Instituted by the I ederal Food Administrator. F. M. SacUett. HlanUs have been mailed to all wholes llers and those retailers who come under the Ucenso act and were also sent tc hotels and restaurants of every class with instructions to fill them out am! return them prompt' to Mr. Saekett's ofhee. The hotel an restaurant keep ers are also instructed to include In their reports the amounts of flour meat and sugar consumed In a giver A similar census was begin period. simultaneously by state food admin :s trators ail over the country. It Is ex cited that tho census will be com pleted within a week, and the natlona will be In posses sion of thaNmact amount of sugar, now on hand In the United States. 1 1 - $ 6 Other Liahilitfes . 1 20879 otal. . 61.20 JR f3 ??i 2M,llf.UU The abova statement is correct, JOHN D. SHAW, Cashier. aa m, I ?fi -- a aa - k a VglUf XX)CKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXMM. fir We cii Dr. J. C. OVERBY DEMIST , THE BALL OPTICAL Rebl. I. Bail CO, ' Hardlmb-.'rgthe death other uncle, Located perni.n nllv in On accout-orceutly vacatid by occupiing iHi Mr. Id aeon Barrett, liuisvlle, Mrs J. By rue Savers recalled the taUrtaiauiaqt Dr. Wulker. fill Fnuith lii LOUISViLLE, KY Assert Operator Was Overworked. The labor people of the state ar calling attention to the fact that the operator at Sheplierdsvllle had dulio that took him away from his key, and while they do not In tbe slightest blame him personally for the appalling loss of human life that followed the crashlug of the fast train Into the mo tionh ss local, they are sayinK that the Statu llallro iil Cooiiuission should set that the railroads employ men suffl cient for all work. without Imoalrlnv the safety of their patron and have two or three Farms which we can sell at prices that are attractive and on Very Reasonable Terms. TRUST DEPARTMENT Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Ml'Ijj win th war. Ouv Wiir Stgraps ami save your iiiiuii'y. G Mr. VRFIELD. f Dud Morton sold his tobacco to Norman Chonault for Beard Bros for 20c per pound. Several from here went to Sam Jackson's sale near McQuady Monday. P. G. Tucker was in Cloverport Monday. Dud Morton bought 55 acres of land from Deck Pate for $550. Bob Blaks who has bean working the Paterson farm for two years has rent ed the Duncan farm this year and will more to it soon. Renewal. Owen Pat and Will Camp went to week. last Cloverport Monday. Webster, Ky. Jan. 2nd, i918. Chas. Pooi, who is stationed at Camp Dear sir: Please find enclosed check Mr. Lindsay who has been on Mr. his sisters, Grant, Rockford, III., visited 5o to pay my subscription for Hardinsfarm last year moved Saturday for Mrs. Alva Be.iuchamp and Mis. Effie the Breckenrtdge News. to Will Lions near McJuady. Pool, last week Yours Truly Joe Morton and wife spent ChristMr. and Mrs. Andrew Squires and James H. Haynes--. her parents, Mr. Irving-to.- i mas holidays with two children visited relatives at and Mrs. Mc. Ball near McQuady. last week. Buying With Liberty Bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Bed Bruington and lit Another New One. Margaret Lee, were the tie daughter, Secretary McAdoo asks merchants guerts Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. AusMadrid, Ky. Jan. I, I9i8 to discontinue takirg Liberty bonis tin Letirand Mr J D ltabbage, Clcvjrport, Ky. for goods, and points out that this Mrs Lucy Haynes and son, Steve, Dear Sh You find enclosed check practice defeats one of the important OMtaptat leavii.g shortly tor T. xas 5O please send me your paper 10 ends the L bt rty loan should serve. where Mrs. ll.nnes will muk- -' iier Madrid, rty. These coils are li.eked to by the GovYours Uespeclfully. home with her son, Henry. H S. liaruer. ernment quite as much for the conMm Qota H .r ley Is visiting her servation of labor aud material as brother, Herbert H r:,:e . for the supplying of money to the One of Uncle Sam n, b l : Marshall and little daughter, of Louisville, visited her parent, Mr. arjd Mm. Jiin Henry OMHMMtk, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kris Letirand were guests Sumlnv f Mi? Ida Dowell. 14 Triplett, of near Fred md W Irviogton, visited their grandmother, Mrs Kila M.ittingly, during the holidays. Mrs. Cora I'rlest was in I.iuisville last week. Miss Ma Leth- Dowell, of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Marvin Carman. Estill Davis Miss Nell Springateand were guests last week of Miss Myrta Priest. S H, Davis, of Hirned, was here Monday Lonnie and Jim Dorbin, who are at Camp Taylor, visited their parent-- , Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Durbin, last ween D. H. Smith and son, Robert, were in Louisville last wetk. Kred Carman, of St. Louis, is visiting hit mother, Mrs. Kliza Carman. Mr. and Mrs. L B. Richardson and baby, Virginia, were in Hatdinsburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. r,tforge Beard are vis iting relative! here. Mr. Beard is stationed at Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tanner and little daughter visited at Ccnstantine last week. Misses Pauline and Charlott Comp-toof Hardinsburg, visited their aunt, Mrs. I. H. Richardson, Tuesday. Mr. Colemin and little niece, Miss Ditto, of Kraudenturg, were guests of rt Horsley part oj Mr. and Mrs. H.-r- ) XXXXXXQOOOXXXXXXXXXXXXXXCTXXXXXagOOI The gum that nrver ileep. C America Prc la Leslie's Public SaJe! ON On fly Farm 5 Hiles Southwest of Cloverport wtaetat 1 1 I J Live Stock, Farm Implements, Corn, Hay The MOST The BEST war-picturea war-pictur- FIRST, in Leslie's Ten cents j ' :rs Thursday, January 31, 1918 I At the news stands cvery.i Camp went Thursday. Will to Hardinsburg meat produced Is greatly In favor of animal. The picture the well-breshows further how to feed ar.d care for the pigs how to protect them from the inclemency of winter and the heat of summer. The results of wise selection and intelligent care are shown in the fat, healthy p rkere wearing the prize ribbons they bare won at ci unty and State fairs. The first pig club was organized in Louisiana in HMO Now approximate 45,10() members ars enrolled in the pig clubs throughout the country. Consisting of the Following: Two coming old Mules, 16 hands high. One yearling Mule and two mares, one with foal One Fresh Milch Cow; Two stripper Cows; three Heifers with calf; Three yearling Calves; Three weanling Calves; Twenty Head of Ewes and one Buck; One Sow and Eight Pigs; Two Buggies and Harness; Two Wagons; One Binder; One Mower; One Hay Rake; One Corn Drill; One Disc Harrow and other farming Implements; Ten Tons Hay; 400 bushels of Corn; Lot Good Bundle Top Fodder; Household and Kitchen Furniture. fr i I Terms Made Known on Day of Sale. CHRIS AHL Auctioneer Notice. After January 1, IMS, all retail stuff will I Strictly cash Staf Roller Mills. LODIBLkG Miss Qladyi Sketo was in B anden burg Tuesday shopping. and wife returned to Lonnie Irving, III., last Monday. Miss M.ittie Black visited her aunt, Mrs. C L. Avitt, last week. Miss Ethel Bisham, of Pattonsburg, Mo., spent the holidays with herpai-ents- , Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bashani. Claud (Jrant, of Stuttgart, Ark., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ljrt.nl. last week. He returned home Thursday accompanied by his mother and Drother. Mr. aud Mrs. Edgar Comptou visited relatives here last week. Everett Shaw, Audrane Cashmanand Forest Plulpot left for Oklahoma last week. Miss Jennie B.ishaiti is the guest of her cousins, Misses Eva aid Lisha Bish 11:1, this week Mi-i('.ladys Sketo entertained the girls and biys to i nice play party Saturday night. All reported a niee time. Miss Mrtle Deacon, of Louisville, is her sister, Mrs. J. H. Avitt. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Avitt entertained the young people to a real pound paity Monday night. The table being decorated in red, white and blue in honor of the three soldier boys of Camp Taylor who are visiting their parents Johuule Avitt, Murland Bashara aDd Robert Noble. All had a Dice time. After they had watched the old year go out, the new one enter, they bid the soldier boys goobye, hoping thia new year may see the end of thii great war for which our dear boys have gone to help cong The money yon lend to tr iovern-r.t is helpful only so. far as it enWashington. Tilt annual report of ables the Government to buy things, the division of publications of the d and employ labjr. If you use the paitmcr.t cf commerce, just issued, bond to buy goods you do not save shows that that department 1s one of your money, you spend it; and having the largest publishing establishments During the past the Government from having $50 or of the government. flecal year there were issued I,M jiOO worth of material aud labor daily, weekly, monthly, quareily, an employed in making the object you nuil and special reports, covering the buugbt Moreover, the merchant genbroad scope of woik of the secretary's erally has to sell these bonds immeoltice and the eight bureaus of the de- diately and large sales that must be pigment The printing of these re- made immediately depress the prices ports cost the government more than of the boads. Hall $jl0,000 i. l uitiiTsoi, nsfHeka The market price of a Liberty bond Glen Dean, Ky. The publications contain a total cf is not to be confused with the bond's Qlen Dean, Ky. Poland 54,407 printed pages a decrease of value. The bond is the promise of Polled Durham Cattle. year, the United States to pay such and 7,95 pages from the preceding Short Horn China Hogs. Polled Durham a d Shorthorn and there were printed of them a total such an amount in 1012 or I947 with Hampshire Sheep Cattle. of i, 444,200 copies, a decrease of .67q,-NCattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs interest meanwhile. That Is all the This large decrease was due Government undertakes to do. If the Have woti HKX) Ribbons at State Fairs partly to the deparemenl's elTorts to holder of a bond sells it before the I'ast Five Years confine the distribution of Its public date set or before it is called for retions to organizations and individuals demption he cannot ordinarily expect h iving real use for them. to get the full face value of the bond He will usally have to pa-a slight sous, swalkjan Deu'er in and Hieeder of w. Off Finds Time to Read the News. discount for this privilege of exehang ing the bond for cash when it suits Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Polled Durham and Shortbom Cattle. PoAgricultural Collage), Miss Jan. 1, 1918 his convenience lar d China Hogs and Plymouth The discount, or market price of Poland China Hcgs a Specialty Mr. .Ino.D. Babbage, Clover purl , Ky. Rock Chickens Dear Mr. Hhhlgf Plim liud nere-I- the bond below the face value, will to remain reasonable so Durham Cattle Polled money order fof .7" for which please tend always Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 txleud inv subscription to the "News'" long at holders of bonds sell them only wheu it is absolutely necessary. another six months is cold enough down here to If 011 have a bond and need rnodey it FARM fretze water pipes. Coal is scarce it is always bettt r to borrow 00 the ORCHARD HOME Njw Yolk Sun. So scarce that the college may have to bond than to sell it Irvituton. Ky. G. P. MAVSfcY, Proprietor close for a while. We use three cars Largest Publishers. Treasury. JOHN W. KNIGHT I &iyvmfimzt&i?A?&i frftWa V,wiw tmm wwiwWM Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County FARMS I. M. HOWARD 4 SON. Prop. Planters Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THE HOWARD Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leal Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm t i Thos. o'Donoghue;Beard Bros. Ky. Hardinsburg, Dealers in Live Stock and Tobacco HURT H Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm NOR 0N Owir lo-- f of coal a day to run the college. Our c llege is' smaller than usual this yeat of the war, only about 011 account eleven hundred boys. 1 From a Newspaper Man. tirenoli, Kersns, BKEEUTCR OF Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder Faimer and Buyer of 2. Dec. 28, l'.HT. Publisher of Newspaper, Cloverport, always find lime to read the K Gentlemen: Enclosed In. chrck "News" to see what my friends In for one dollar 00) for which please Kentucky are doing. Yours truly, scud me your valuable p iper to that K. Harmon. amount. Wishing you a prosperoui I Am Yours Truly, New Ysar. Dick Alexander. Pig Raising Taught Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Hardinsburg. ky., Route Live Stock and Tobacco (l DRURY'S STOCK FARM C. H. DRURY, Proprtstor Farmer and Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows, Boars and Gins For sale Inisgiia, ly, VJ- Park Place 6. N. Lyddan by the Movies. Slick, Slicker, Slickem. friend the oiher day, Who was bhovelin' ff his right 'o wa ; I rays, old roan, '.is a retty day, "Yes," he replies, "I'm raowin' nay." I passed a young lady the other day, SkippiuK along like a lamb at play, I met a lieatty Christmas Alvin Pate and family visited relative In the new Bethel neighborhood Christmas week before leaving for Kvansville, lnd., where they art going to snake tbelr future home. J. M Beattr'went to Hardinsburg M da laet week. M As a means of helping to increase the pork supply, the United States Department of Agriculture ha just BEECH FORK released to the motion pictures thea-terthrough one of the large motion picture companies, a film showing the News it rather scarce on account of work of the boys' pig club which tb the bad weather though it look like deparuieat Is organizing in all parts of we were going to have a tobacco the country In cooperation with tbc .is it it raining now. extension divisions of the State Agri James Matting ly wife and little cultural college. daughter Mildred Elizabeth were the The tilm (how methods of instruct guests of her parents, Mr. and Mn. J. ing farm boy, and in some Farmep Irvington, Feeder Ky. This Space For Sale quer. D " 1 Renewal. Keeps Up With Friends Through Paper. Msary Trtnl It. W. Treat Ostl a instances girls, who have joined the agricultural clubs, how to raise better pigs and the methods used by club member in earring out initructiun. I he first lesson taught in the film etory is that it costs no more to feed and car for tbc pig of carefully selected stock tban the scrub, while tb result in Krymire, Jan. 6ih, lylii. She skidded to her koees as if to pray-N- o Mrs J. D. Uabbage: Kiod eoclusid Chyene. Oklabotra, Jan 4. il18. doubt sne thought 'iw.i. her Judg50 for which a postal money order for Cloverport. Ky. Mr. J. D. Babbak-e- , ment Day. send the Breckenridtfe New one year Dear Sir and Friend: Knclosed rind I met a Iriend the other day, to the address tfivsn below check for $l.Hl renewal for Hreckin Who was going me rily on his way, Very Truly, ridge News. I am too busy to write I looked around beard something rip Oeo. W Dodson. Ky.' Frymire, Mr. many letters, so the only way I have to To to see him scramble up to cuss a bit. keep up with Kentucky friends is I met a friend the otbir day, Tbe working hours of clerks in the through the "News." With best wish Who said he heard his great grauddady Interior Department Building at Well1 am. Vary Truly, ay, ington have been changed to ruo from r. A. ileavln. That when tbe msrtena come to stay, 0:45 to 4: 15 toatead of tt to 4:30, to re What do you txpect when you are This pesky snow would fade away. Have congeetion Is tre railway car -- MuffetL told that a county ha no food road? of tbe over-or- e w4d tee tel. i Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and id 1 Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. Subscribe for The Newt AMERICAN ARMY NOW j TRADE BODIES COMMEND WAR WOMEN Mra. IN THE WAR THOUGHT BUN ARD NON-COM' 1,300,000 Ptillip North Moorc Tells tha Duty of Her Siattrs In the Criaia. WAS A Co.1 I Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. Grows in Few Short Months From Force Numbering Only Nation Wide Approval ot National 110,000 Men. Security League's Resolution Indors ng Work of Congress. OYER ADMINISTRATION By MRS PHILIP NORTH MOORE. French Poilu Is Effusive in His is president of the Greeting of American National Council of Women, Is now deGeneral. Mrs. Moore, who voting her entire time to the work of the Woman's Committee of the Conn cil of National De-- f tee. She is also DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. 300,000 ARE REGULARS 'GLAD TO SEE YOU, OLD CHAP' PULLMAN Democratic Behavior of Officers Contribute to Popularity of American Troops In France One Incident Set Forth. Field American Headquarters. Nothing has contributed more toward the popularity enjoyed by American troops in France than the democratic behavior of their ollicers. I witnessed a delightful sample of this the other dny In the city in which Maj. Ucn. Itob-er- t Lee Milliard has his headquarters. Privileged to neeoinpniiy the general to a charity performance nt the local theater, I was standing with him and two of his others in the lobby during the Intermission, when a "Poilu" hove J Into view. The Frenchman, who wore medals for valor and stripes showing he bad thrice bfaa wounded, had evidently COBSUmed a goodly quantity of his country's wine. Afterward we learned that It was Ids first day out of hospital, and naturally he had celebrated I bit. "Glad to See You, Old Chap!" "Ah. volla des Anierieains ' he ex- ctalmed Joyously, "I'm ind i glad to see you old chap!" he went on, shaking the general's hand vigorously. "It's the Hist time I've met an Ainerlean. though I hoard a lot aboat )"O0 in hospital. Welcome to Frame! When lire you Coming into ihe trenches with us?" td that he plunged Into I long account of his experiences, r.ellvered In very good EngtteA, which he said he hail learned during a trip through Ibe Fulled Stales five years before. Oonaral Bollard Uotenad smiiiugij and k pt fight on smiling even when the Poilu clapped him on the back and tailed liim his "side partner" and blni to have n drink. "Another time, thank you very much," said the general. TV. soldier strolled off. Iu two hi was bac r.gain, but this time he drew bhnsetl Bp at attention and gave a lloui lung salute. All'a Well That Ends Well. ' Keii.se me, sir." ho said, "they tell M ) a re a general. Is that true':" "Yes, that's so." Oencral Milliard replied, still smiling. "Well, then, sir, nil I can say Is 1 beg your pardon. I thought you were n sergeant, sir, the same as I inn, I'm L it Oaod to your American uniforms.' 'What do you do at the from, serd mln-u:.s -- A encouraging relief In these day Officer Personnel Numbers More Than of charge of dlsloya'.ty and criticism 80,000 Equipment el Men Much of public officials Is suppled by the More Diverse Than in Any National Security League in a resume Previous War. of resolutions commendatory of the. work of the Special War Congress, the Waohlncton. The latest official fla President, the Cabinet and the CounMM put the numlier of enlisted men In Defense passed by cil of National the nrmles of tin- United Stnte nt This Is the force that has trade as.cciatlons, chnmbcrs of comgrown In atglM monllm out of an urniy merce and other commercial bodies In 0 which on April 1 numbered only nil parts of the country. This action men. by nonpartisan organizations, repreMost of them are slill In the train- every brunch of Injc camps. Many of them Ml not yet . senting practically business In the I'rdted States, is being dlsciillncd troops, fully equipped and armed for battle. Hut there tliey are taken in response to their cirenlarlz by the Security League following 1,300,000 of them, nlrendy one of the MgsTOt fact on lllmlcnliun; Is reckon-lathe passage of a resolution along the with for the campaign of 1018. To same line by its Managing Commit lead thorn there are over 80.000 ofll- - tee. The Indorsement of the acts of cers. When the graduate of the sec- - the various agencies of the nntlnnil government toward the aggros 10 ond training enmp get their first and efficient prosecution of the war Inthe number will be over '100.000 as many officers as there were privates cluded in the Security League's resume comes from. Texas, North Dakota, nine months ago. Montana -- practically every state in Over 300,000 Regulars. Of the new American force over 300,- - the Union and from organi.e.tions Deal000 men tire regulars. In all the world ranging from the Illinois drain ers' Association and the National only tv.o regular armies remain the to the Chambers American and the Japanese. The oth- Leather Ste. ers have all been swept away In the of Commerce of Sault Texas. Marie. Mich., and Tort Arthur, Hood of war. When Ibe flrst American The Security League's letter to the onslaught takes place German Land- wehr and Laadatafm (nopi win lad commercial bodies reads: "The Managing Committee of the themselves opposed to an army of proNational Security League has passed fessional soldiers. the following resolution, tn which we Behind ttio reanlnrs are the 400.000 invite your special attention: Guard, regusoldiers of the National "Keen Appreciation." lars In experience, many of them, " 'Resolved, That we urge tha thanks to our nelghber of the South. After the Guard come the 000,000 men branches of the National Security League and all public bodies to BXpreei of the new National army. The whole military establishment, to Congress a keen sense of appreciawith the marines and the nuxlllary tion of the spictrli i conatracttm woTk forces thrown In, numbers a million done by our senators and repre nta and a half. The expansion that has tlves In enacting legislation to protaken, place is as If Grand Rapids had vide for the effective conduct of the grown in eight mouths to be virtually war. "'And be ltf further resolved. That as big as riilladelphia. wo pnint out that tho rMMVkabta Diversity of Equipment. record of Congress in this regard, The ftnit thing to be done for the together with the wonderful work new army ami to provide them with bi i.ig don by the President and anil Cabinet and Counril of National food shelter and clothing, i" warmth. That largo undertaking Is. reuse is such a.3 to merit, the aratitu le accomplished. Equally great nf Ika m.K'ln n rl In f.nt rif nil l;t, Me. all but is the task of providing nnns. To nrm Idvlng peoples throughout tue world nn Infantry division in tho Civil war It Is but fair that opportunity be taken meant to provide as many nrusketa and to fully convey to them these senti- as many bayonets as there wore nun nianti of Mm American peonte. Thee Tn the present war In the command. who know their work will be inspire the J b la more complicated. Thi'ro are by tho splendid example of thir offirltles and bayonets to be furnished cial representatives to render the largare also est meacure of Individual Bftort and now as formerly, but grenades and gasmasks and helmets sacritice. The quality and unity or and trench mortars to he seen to. Bach service that has been rendered to the of the four Infantry regiments In a di- nation (turins the past few mouth i, vision must have 4S0 trench "knives. regardless Of patty lines, la unparalMB automatic rifles and three leled in history.' r c; jyion. "Kindly permit us to suggest that The T08 inen of the machine gun approval by your organization of this battalion and Ibe n.etv? men of the Setd resolution would be a distinct public artillery brigade must have ma chine service at this time when the governguns in numbers ment and every one allied vitti it need guns and t'iree-lnchat would stagger nn artillerist even and deserve the sincerest support and of so recent a period as the war with Will you of all citizens. Spain. inform us of the passage by your body thouTwo hundred and seventy-fiv- e of this or a similar resolution?" sand tr:;ops were made ready to fight S. J. Small, manager of the Chamber An 110,-00i g or-do-I one-poun- d. h member of the Kjtional Security a CommitLeague's tee of Patriotism Through Education and has written the following article for SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class SB STATION C. P. A. PULLMAN SLEEPERS Coaches LEAVE UNION Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY circulation in the Mra. Philip Moore. great campaign of patriotic education which the Sccur. ity League ia conducting throughout the country under the direction cf this committee: A tremendous responsibility Is ,)laced uon the women of the 1'nlted States. The thing we need today is inspiration. Our obligation is Just as great as If the war were on our own borders or on the shores of the Mississippi When this Inspiration and obligation are bronchi home, women l TRAINS City Ticket Office: Both R. F. PENN. T- Fourth and Main Phones 1134 E. M. W0MACK, G. JAS. C. VcCLOY P- - P. A. can do more tbll men to bring eotull-- I ions to he people. Tho raaoilfCM of the country are nore d finitely Beaded in war than In oeace. and women can do more than any other force to eonscrve these The American people have much to learn, and this lesson Is MH d ed to teach them to be lejsa wasteful and more alive to industrial eondi-ions- . Tho laissez f: ire sort of living s not patriotism, and the hour lias route upon which we nay look hack with appreciation, the hour which made us more thoughtful of mankind, less self ordered. What England Did. in Liu. end it is Mtfuatad that son.OM Wttant n have gone out to work ho did not do so before the war. The n.o tbi r of women who have been nabatltatad for men in industries, ex-'tiding all government establish mcatsji are STti.non. There are L'9.- i00 women employed in govt i mucin v orks, including arsenals, dockyards. v.d ns'innal MM filling jind prbjM-ile f.ictoiies; 23.0C0 are engaged In .grteattnra pursuits, aad BMM In i e LOUISVILLE, KY. .X Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridee News $1.00 1.50 $2.50 Both Evansville 1 he Breckenridee News Year for $2.25 Daily Courier & 1 $5.00 1.50 J transportation. It la hi the Indus rial and eeononic '.Id that the world war will mark 'he : lest far reaching transformation In he condition of woiien. From the women of the country we lafe utmost royalty to the defloration lint we are not in this struggle for $6.50 Both One Year for $5.75 Louisville Dailv Herald v ear 1 he Breckenridee News ) 0 Spain In 1608, though only 00,000 of tin :n were actually engaged. LOGS KEPT House Torn FOR A CENTURY Perfect of Commerce of Lewlstown, Mont., writes that he hopes the League will "place this resolution where It will do the most good." onqoest, but tlir"T we follow tr,r fla : to an ajaf tIMid victory of the principle f democracy end humanity. Those who a:" determined thai this hall be the last great war must learn 'iow to live and work together, even s we desire all nations to do. Preventive Duty. Today women are rising to a more than personal, are see-nthrough world eyes, realizing thai heir duly is not remedial only, bal tbM preventive, in the kind of effoit vhich has b"t n called "preparedness igiinst the rebarbarization of the world." No true woman can be content to itra on the surface in these fateful lays, days that are to decide pirhups or gnerntims whether war or law govern the world. ir ohe will throw all her influence to ard the realization e( world unity. Taasiio of nutin- that shall buure be pen 63 of the world. $3.00 1.50 $4.50 geant?" the general asked. "I'tn a machine gunner, sir." "And you've been to America?" "Yes, sir." "Would you like to net as lnstructoi to some of our machine gun men 7" The Poilu was overwhelmed. It must be explained that practically every man In ibe French army whr apeaka English has applied for one Jo! or another with the Americana, And bOM was mi American BCtJOf general whom he had taken for n mere sergeant, inviting blni to do what hundreds of Vreoi h ollicers arc vainly ask-I- Both One Year for $3.75 i ) Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridee News $3.00 .50 1.50 $5.00 All For Only $4.00 This Offer Positively Expires Feb. 28, Send Your Subscription to 1918 for! "You bat your lite I would," the Poilu fairly yelled, again seizing the general's hand. "Come to my olllce tomorrow, then, and we'll see about it." The Poilu coma. Down In Indiana Shows Be In WHAT ViCTCRY MEANS LUSITANIA MEDAL (Contribute! by A (J NFS KFPI'LIK!! to the National Beaarity League's campaign of Patriot tam Through Ed ication.) It would be well If every American vculd diM'OSoCis his mini of two pop tint and p.e.i-- ; ng fallacies. First, that he United Stule.) took up arpis as a night errant to right the wrongs of t'ranee and ISelgiuiii. Second, that our' impressive entrance into t lit; war must inevitably, and of Itself, decide the We are lighting as a free people for our own safety, and we must light hard and well, or suffer u shameful ion at. liermany denied us the seaa l.ecause she iluiigiit we would accept our lato from her hands. She permits er.soir now a profound contempt for ur army. Lntralned men with defective ammunition are about as terrible in her eyes as prairie dogs would be Siie boasts happily that we iu ours will pay her the indemnity which Ui nlial for her reeonstruction. .Mean Idle, to make suru of our daarafalL aba plots tvaanoa iiiiy in every statu of the Union. Perhaps, if olie wins the day, tka will lecoiupen.ie m il in ii .... Senators Sumo and La t oilette, and Mayor Thompson of t hi ago, More likely she will Ming them Uut loyal Atue-- 1 en the scrap heap eana may well under .laud that unless tills natiuii puts fort a all Its strength, ..(tliout reserve, without fatigue, wlih-i- t bU.I' i.ity; unless we crush the trai-torat borne, and defeat the enemy lhroad, a bitter future awaits us. At ... a. we shall bu humiliated, .inpovor-heand crippled in our foreign trade tor many years to come. At worst, we shall in our laud the Blazing huies, tun- ravished . wonn i, the buteliered eblldfaa, the unullerublo shame and horror which in;, k the wake o( a Uorman army of lnvaaion. : a Timbers to Condition. CONQUEST The Breckenridee News, Cloverport Ivy. AND KULTUR a Aurora, Ind. Newton J. SIcKlin has had an old logboofit thnt was constructed by his wile's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Preston J. Conaway. mora than 100 years ago on the bapk of South Fork torn down and has sold most of the large logs. The bouse was constructed of large black walnut logs and they weq; almost as sound as when they were cut from trees. Mr. and Mrs. Preston .1. Conaway were early settlers In southwestern Indiana, and. the wealthiest fanners and stock raisers in the Laiigberty Creek valley. The old house, which stood sentlnel-llkfor more than n century, wan given the name of Gray Cables, and a number of years it was used as a dauce ball, eaadnotad by Deloss J. Klker and tidbad on orchestra of dlers. e Tho (iorniiinlzation of Anuri-clias pono ii lit ii cl too tar to ha laterraptmL Whoaver taiki of tho dangW of tho of tha GtoraMM now baft w not won latanaad or iharlihia fills.cOOCCptloa of our relaIn n tions. him Iron yours tin- ft roar) (an paopia win be conquoivil by tho VtCtortaM Ooni'iiu spiiit, so that it will paaaaal an aaonaoaa Qaraaa omplio. Whoever (loos not ho-Hovc this a,f ia noaflrtaiMia in Iho stroimlh ol tho QanMB spirit. Letter of it New Y.ul. Robert Thlem, to tho BI attar, Sept. 20, 1!X)L. Amoi'i'-uniza-tio- i ... - How to Find the Man You May Need If you needed (lor-BW- the services either of the best doctor, th best lawyer, the most reliable hanker, contractor or dentist, you certainly would not taiaO some unknown man in look after your wanis. LEVEL FAMOUS CANTON WALL! Landmark Thousand Year-OlChina Gives Way to Modern Trolley Line. d HUMBLE PRUNE TAKES " THE PLACE OF SUGAR The sometimes despised and often ridiculed prune has come Into its own here. When the sugar lY.inlue struck the town someone discovered that the sugar ill u dried pru ie was Miilietont to give a s. ml. lance of sweetening to a Conn. cupful of tea or eolt'ee. The in You want a man with a reputation for depcndabli work. The man w ho advertise! his Pattf, prune dropped 111 a cupful of coffee Is soon rendered soft by the beat and the sugar and sweet Is extracted in a short time. It ia claimed that the caffeine in the coffee offsets the taste of the nqfc I prune so ilml olijeiUmnrble'in any way. It la being extensively tried here by many persona. The exemplar of the medal struck by the Germans In Inking of the tho LutdUinlu, above reproduced, Is In the possession of Dr. Henry Van Dyke, of Princeton, N. J., former Minister from the . to Holland. It was, ohtrrlne'tl fofhim by anAmsrex' dam antiquary directly from Germany in 1918. of .: Sun Knim lseo. Tho fajnaanrt JUBT ohl walN of Canton. ( liina. which wlthhehl many mi onslunifht of Tar-tn- r htlsauaa, tire heini; torn down to make way for u trolley line. The Chinese are sulistimtlnir the iu aaaarlraa batbtab for tin- usual the river. This liiformiition was hrouuht to this country hy Con. Cliiant; Tim: Twu of the Chinese army, who is hi the Culted it Sialos to inform the war depurti to wbieb China Inlonils of the tb oparate nunlnst (leruiuny. y General Cbitag ,mi.vb that the for Iho roail hefore which (he un- etaal Oantoa wails tra cnuabUag has It will ho ulready heell completed. a belt system mid will follow the line ou which the walla were erected. 1 ur-ve- I he responsible man business 01 profession assumes a laafMMtbility. is always the most MOCeetful and the cheapest in the end. To make sure of his identity look through our advertising columns and he sate in your selection The Breckenridee News Cloverport, Ky. Better let us print that stationery for you now; price right Satisfaction is what you pay for and OtT when we make them. LENSKS duplicated. BETTER HAVE U3 MAKE YOUR 0 LASSES J THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL Louisville, Ky. We Are Manufacturers. "Ask Anv Oculist" HARDINSBURG Lum Mcnill, after a visit to rtla tives here irturntd M hi home in Sa ii When 'ui have finished reading lj B t i copy of the Breckriw mm nvws, i I B rise. please h md it on to some o TL I BRECK1NRIDGE-BAN- K SKILLMAN, rd;i y evening and t'narlolte Comp-tDi;.ir(i-lwith ipent Tu dav in trtir aunt, Mrs. D. Itichardson ard number of "girl ft fords to dinner SunMr. Richardson day. Dr. A M Kirch oe was called to A:fred Taylor want to CuUr Sun Harmd Kriday to ace Miss Emma d iv morning. Payne, who has MMMMlaV Mr. Haynei, Hawnvilia ira the W. M. liatclitr returned 1'riday from Milt Hallle Urown last weik L denier, Ky were the guests of t a business trio to Louiti iiie. Ski VS5 L. K. Hi cf Irvington was a wktlvM Mr E. Mc Davit sifDt Saturday and Mr. and Mr. Allen Handy and Mr. Bad visitor visitor In town Saturday. Mrs l,ivl ard Ms sunt Sunday with 'M O. Beard. lr hat returned to Taylor Dowell, of G.ufUlcl was in Mrs C irlt l'ayne, last weik. labal Hardin, ot L inisviile, spent tie K M. I. after tpendicg the hoi i tOWfl cn butluess Saturday. s Mr. week wiih day at home. Trie tchool has gone to and Mrs. A. M. II mlm. d i for the remainder of tha winFior IRVINGTON M:s Mury R who ter. attending' schi ol at lto.vli.ig (ir-ipeot Milt Nell Junes has accepted a posi sisW de Brown, Clt cago, visited his Chrislmis week With her BarBU Ur c 1 1 L" tioii as stenographer in the Karrr.ers ter, Mrs. I, T Kirtlev, last wee's. ww I aamva g 'ffi JX 1 w 'IM nnr-oand Mrs. Will Robert-on- . Utnk list J C. Payne was in Hardinslmrx . KetMOa Mr. und Mr-grine .lodge I'ayr.e and Mis Pajn have Immhl, l wiiuwrDia i ui ise intir nome iir a moved lure trofll Iriiog'.on and have The union weekly prayer meeting wil few ' ears, ai.d have rented, t :t it farm goje to house kiepii.K ll the house to J. r Btm BfB. Ujwell. he held at the home ef Mr. ami Mrs purchased from Raymond m i. Ilright, Wednesday. Claud QraBt) "f Art.nn'-awho h s (ometiest of Mr. and Mrs. H.nnr Mrs. I). C, Heron was in Louisville been vlntlag his paraafa, Mr Mis. boaitvllll have been the guests of her hist week with her daughter. Miss Mary Cr c. Cr.rtin, taiuraatl bona Raitaiday, Mr. and Mrs. J Whit.vorth. Her'ii. who is attending school at Lex- acc mipanie : by l is in ith r and little MIsj Kxie Lewi entertained Situr ington. niece, Ruth Wr.-t-. f :eud in n nor day a i.umlt r of hr John Cook, proprietor of Iruinglou Miss Mamie of Kn nch Lick, of MlM B leu Carter of Irvington. Mill, has Been confined to Iff home for has hrrU'td to m:ka her h mif wiih her Dr. J. K KiOChelM was in LcuUvihe sewr.il days with erys pelas. I)r R U', aunt, Mr. A M II irdin. last WcdMMl y Meadur, assisted by Mrs Nell McCiin Mr. and Mrs. Sjm Bfvfra vi iud Ur to Miss Elien Carter has returned tick, a trained nurse of Louisville, arc and Mrs. Alask i Hardin, of St L.uw, her hame after a visit to Miss Florence attending Mr Cook. last wetk Akers. Mrs A. T. Drane entertained at dinand H.:b.Tt 1'arks, .f John A Mr. and Mrs Ruteoll Compton were ner, Tuesday evening, for her parents, K5)i?5 Cimp Zachary Tav lor, weie at home In Iouiville ist week Mr. and Mrs. S B l'ayne Her guests ist wtek isisiag t heir p irent to were Kev and Mrs. B, K Reeves, Miss Florence Akers enttr'.ai red Cnas, M iC visited hS brother, Jack (i nher last Kr:Jay a femnber of her Messrs and Mesdames l'aul Wilson: Rob THIS MAN USED Tiattalli oi Bfaaayillv, last week. sclioomalea e ert Hell. Misses Mattie I'oindexter, Miss .Lo eni TiadaJI was the week Miss MaaCJ Kiccheloe has gone to Reeves and Claudia I' ranees Reeves, tod guest of her sister, Mis. Chas TO THROW NOON Stanley to be the guest of her brother, Mrs Lucy Sipes. Macy. Dr. A L. Kiccheloe and Mrs. Ivincheioe. Miss Beu'ah Mi Is, of OnittNlj visited Mrs. 0 R'.bUn-- , cf Louisville, Mrs Nannie and (laughter, Mitt frienils here last week. LUNCHES AWAY d re its, Mr. i.td Mis Hr her Allier.e Hook have gone to Youngstown Mr. and Mrs Bate Washington aie Ohio, to visit relative. spending several weeks with Mr nr.d man I'arks, last week. .. . O'Keilly give a Mrs. l'erry Weaver, Rouisvi le. Miss Margaret ra O..A 1 tvery on or inem twelve o'clock dinner Siturday to a Jaules Skillman has returned from a number of her c r friends Since Tanlan Returnerf His few days visit with friends at Holt A. B. Casliman and little daughter, Norman Heosley of Linsburg, Kan., l'aul Crews has accepted a positiou Nellie were in Louisville Wednesday, Appetite. is the guest of his mother, Mrs. I.uc with the Herald James B. Kissain of Pt Benjuninei reta Ili nsley. Mr and Mrs J V Vogel entertainec Harrison, is the guest of his grandmothWilliam H. Meer, S3 Sxth avenue, M D. Beard pined Mrs. Lleard in the following guests to a six o'clock dinI Wilt Offer For Sale the Following: er, Mrs. Ii. J. Handy. l)i;ton, Ky., used to throw away the Louisville Tuesday for a visit to Mr. ner, Tuesd .y I)r and Mrs. W B TayO. W. Dovvell was in Hardinsburg and lunch" he look to work to eat at noou ar.J Mrs. Menjimin RsbtrttMT lor, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Adkius, Miss time. His appetite vva, so p.ior that he My Louisville last week on business of 82 Mr. and Mr a, J. Uilegh JKacior Mary Henry and M H Green didn't care to eat Mrs. Sarah McCoy and son, Roland cf of nave a' rived from Cloverport Mr. Mia Chlora Mae Seaton, Cloverport, Now, Mr. Meyer ea's every bit of his Moador I. as taken charge of the County spent the week end with Miss Virginia Oklahoma, are guests of relatives is lunch and hesavs bee in eat meal tliree is Miss II. nrietta Shively fell 011 the ice Superintendent's "office Head. times day if he wjnts to without it of timreiu'ting in a sprained v.iist Hob Ditto has return to his heme Quarterly meeting will he held nt the hurting bin is In Lexington afier a visit to his mother Methodist church next Monday evening Win Gibson and family of Sample, 'Tanlac brought about the change," Mrs. flattie Ditto. are moving into the dwelling mi .M..111 Mr. Meyti I ild. it o'c Hck. at "Wot years inv stora icii was so b id Miss Bva Wroe, Cloverport, visited Street recently vacated by Win. Chenault Mr. .mil Mrs. Paul Comptofl, Master I will Miliar) Haynes, Oiveiisboro spent his wh it I ate furm-- d a lump oml made me M.ss Charlotte Compton Mr and Mrs Durwood Wroe last week. Robert and vacation with his aunt, Mrs J unes Hah feel. retly unjom'i.i tuble. G ises farmed old; weie the Sundsy ucsts of Mr. and The lucky winner f the Kuibroideiy M s. I was poor, II Rlcbardtea in UarnefM Mr .1111! Mrs Layton Killer, Clover. in my Horn ich. My app-tit- u old; LuMbaon set will be disc osed, Thurs especially at breakfast tune. port are visiting friends aii'l relatives. .Vl ISS M raella Urmia want In I.nnla. I Qey Jen 1" "I was nervojs, too, and jot so litt'e; A chapter meeting (f the Ked James Tinius, Gordon, Kansas, visited viile Bunday for a visit to ner sisi er, Cfdfa rest at night thit I got up in mornings his brother, C. A. Tinius last week was lie d at the home of Mr. and di-Mrs Si Xtaa I IjtschU. feeling all worn cut ai.d was hardiy A la Mr. and Mrs Hawkins Smith, Garfield report a p. m. Miss I', inline ComolO"! rntertair.td a w J Pigfa t, Dee, 'u able to go t ) work . cotsmitteet wai autde Irvinvton chl were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs !t. "Mr. Oils, of llellvitvv, Ky., told ire, zens are praod to say they went ' Over A Smith. about Tanlac am'. dtcidiu to try one) the Tup" in the membership drive. Mis. Terms made known on day of sale. Mr and Mrs Heinpsy Stewmt are bjttle The medicine I used to try Adelc Cuaniff, chalratan of the Mihtmy receiving congratulations on the birth would help BU lor a time and then1 Relief, reported two shipments of s'.u ets o a sou would stop, but l'v found Tanlac and pillow eases also two shipments of, Mrs Cliff J'ool was called to Vine Mrs. k. bfeJ Glove, to the bedide ol her sister-iatafletaaad "My appetite is fine cow rind I can law Olothlan reported the sale of Ked Cro s who is very ill. eat anything I want without bad ef- Ckrittataa laali anonatad lavs 11,1 throw away my noon, Miss Stewart Aldridge. Hawesville fects. Miss Mattie I'oindexter, teacher of tie. and Mr Robertson weie guests of Miss lunches any 'more. I eat every bit of -s ! lv v ww T" T--s t r "lh and Sth grades, tendered her resig-aS w m. T them. Mable Shellmau last week. ! nation here and has gone to accept prin 6 ue at night now, too, and "I sleep flpalthlp of a school iii get rested up good. Rata Enemies of Birds. La , with a iniuh increased salary. Miss' The number of ii&eful Insect-eatin"I don't have to lay off from my I'oindexter made nnineious friends dur birds nesting on the ground or In low work any more, To our patrons and friends we extend greetings. May a benign in her, because of poor We regret to give bushes which full victims to ruts is ex- health. I'm working full time siren I tug her short stay. Providence smile kindly upon you during the years to come, and her up but congratulate her on her good tremely large und is one of the many started t.kiug Tailac " may your fondest hopes be realized. ' For the generous measure kinds of Injury done by these perniyou look with satissuccess. If vou are not ieeliug right get Tan of good will and patronage you may have accorded us, we wish to Miss KHaa l'iggott returned to State cious nnlmnls which aannot be com- lac and get your'system back in shape. faction at your fire puted, writes E. W. Nelson in the NaUniversity, Thursdav, having spent tlie tender our heartfelt thanks and appreciation. Tanlac' at Wedding's diug Your good will is poiiC.00, ycu realize that tional Geogrnphlc Magazine. Proba- You can get holidays witri her parents, Mr and Mrs.' bly few frequenters store. dear to aa and you will ever find us striving more and more to of the countryside flr i:; ccn?tant menace and W. J. l'iggott. have returned to look Into a bird's nest merit same. Yl'hat our relations may be equally satisfactory to Why d j boy fcave the l.inn ; ir. ycur prctcc-tl:!- i f. 39 Misa Annie Mae Wilson visited Mrs. to observe its condition without many both, is the wish of your sincere friend, f.c . tV.st ir.lsfcrt jr.a. Walker llrnwn, in Louisville, last week, times finding it destroyed and fragGLASS EYE GETS BY egg shells lying ubout. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. l'ayne left for Har-- ments of Cv. Itow iboul many u lurge percentuge of Until Color Teat, Then Recruit le (linsburg, Thursdav, where they will rehap-- I such nests locuteal In the neighborhood yhu' v!i1.tjj ihM Sent Home. 4 side in the future. Mr. l'ayne has just ' of buildings have been raided by. rata. An artificial, optic so perfect that it i v. ;..wh ,v!J! cav:? ; Jeweler taken Hit" oath of office for County Judge I On one of the suiiill Uunlsh islunds Hardinsburg, Ky -- bore critical examination of physicians, fur the next four years it has been authentlaully recorded tliiit whs responsible for its owner dually V Irvington business houses have sent the iirogeny of u single pair of ruts, being discharged front service In the z In-SrKob.-'.- y ffoxa which escaped from euptlvlty, In two National urmy out beautiful calendars lor I9I8 at Camp Travis In Tex-ayours' time exteriAiuuted a greut colomifoitun j whet The young niau had been drafted Ceorge Hoard waa one of the three ny of birds for which the island had tut everyone from an Oklahoma town, und, appearjiry.ee- JOIN THE PROCESSION TO THE BANK WINDOW ' lucky winners in the Crafonola contest been noted. ing before the exemption hoard, passed pntcct hftwatf Lcw a at the Irvington Hardware Co , Christ the medical exuhiluutloo, und having every poooiblj Ua:ici r . mis week. Messrs Hoard and .Mitcheru otherwise qualified, was uccepted aad Old Pruvarba Aboui. Applea.sold their shares t Mr Ha) lies came to Camp Travis for trulning with througli thi sounJ, roliablo No ruii has playid u.tuoiv Iiupor STATISTICS show thai within the. past year the banks throughout the gained Uiousands of Hew depositors. llr S I'. I'arks left Monday for Frank-foi- t taut part 5n fai re.l or profane history several thousand others from his state. Are you one of the'm? He hud been ciilistinl and wus worki hi. Every one should strive for a bank account the upple of wh. Kxtravagance means moral a'nd Solomon am le ing when the recruits were given a business decay. Don't carry around large sums of currency. C. W Hawes and family will leave on good use In Ids proven s, "Stolen It is a tempta' Color test by. the artoy doctors. Wlien are sweet'' und "A word Utly ai tion to speud. Courteous officials will cheerfully explain our hanking systhm the I5H1 for a visit w ith relatives at Mad a blind waa put over the good eye the l.s like apph s of gold In plelurcs tem Call today. ison, Qa, From there they will go to ken owner of the perfect glaaa op(1c of silver." A g 'o.j in. ,iiV KiurllsU. doc Florida to spend the remainder of the tors presi rlhe mi ajiple for either the couldn't diatlngulBh red from white, Kapretented by . winter. and. thee deception Was discovered. first ur last uieui. ' The Dutch equivalent for our "two bird with one stone" I'hyslcally the owner of the false eje BANK "two applea with oiie stick," and the waa otherwise built for a soldier, bat LODIBURG one blemish was sufficient to cauie origin of the Buying, "A windy ear tile J. C PAYNg, Cashier W.J. 1'IOGOTT, President 1 an apple year," dates beck to the lays bis release and he waa. sent' home. Htrdiniburg, Ky. J. U. HKRNOON, Vice President J. D. I.YDUAN, Asa'L Crrkjar Bennet Hall and Franklin Hall, of vf the Norujana. -- I.oiidon Opinion. Where do you find the beat roadaf Mitui Pauline (live it Awav. Send D n't Throw it Away! it Away hut i n OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT President- I i THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits i gj-.st- ndrn. . C'ui-tma- TOBACCO GROWERS! Wf will have PS n, l) 1. , prent. . I 1 i boro market. IL. our next sale on Saturday, January Vrill fr Pfimnnrp nnr lvs.i aaaH Willi Jw Ovvensboro and other markets. Our last sale averaaed If $15.10 on Red Tobacco for leaf, Lugs and Trash, which was about 75 cents per hundred in excess of the Owens-- I We ask for your patronage and pledge our untiring efforts for the advancement of our prices. The Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky. I 1 v . PUBLIC SALE ON 1918 STLPHENSPORP touine tais i 1 mm mm i Tuesday, Jan. 22, south : 11 ' i 1 j s farm, consisting acres, two miles Hardinsburg near Leitchfield road. This land very productive and adapted to all kinds crops, twenty acres in valuable ber and well watered, one tobacco and stock barn combined. also offer for sale some live stock; one sorrel mark,ten years one horse, three years two cows, farm implements, disc harrow, plows, hay rake, mowing machine, buggy, and many other farming implements. Sale begins i at one o'clock ' 1 I JASa N. TEAFF, Hardinsburg, Ky. . j .j m a-- 1 IJNCj z- m 1 YOU - g AG " -- j 1 r"y T. C. LEWIS, : -- The : U taaftor s. c-- Insurance Service Two Hartfor4s of s ' ' 1 PAUL COMPTON 1 FIRST STATE