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The Breckenridge news: January 23, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918012301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 23, 1918 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. 4. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for VOL. XLM 6 months. ALL THE NLWS THAT 'S FIT TO PRINT $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1918. JUDGE MOORMAN IS ARTILLERY PRIVATE. BRIGHT LITTLE Pages CLOVERPORT No. 30 RETIRED MERCHANT AND WELL KNOWN GIRL TAKEN AWAY AS "DESERTED Death Due to Pneumonia. Only VILLAGE" "I Don't Want a Commission." Business Man, Mr. Frank Fraize. Spanish American War VeDied Sunday Evening at His teran Tells Generals. In 85th Late Residence. Served County Office Year. Washington, J m iO Krom now on, Mercantile Busi- at least until tile w.,r is ended, it Is 16 Years. private tfnry DiHttaa Maoraraa, r S. A lOih 'Regim nt Field ness 43 Years. , Short While. Friends Among Old and young Funeral Held Friday. N Sick Monday Being a Holiday and Had Many Zero Weather Kept Folks Close to Home. Lid Was On Tight Miss innle Mildred Hall, the eleven instead of farmer Judge Herry ol II ir'iin-luir- De SUCCESSFUL LIFE IS ENDED Haven MoOTBM n, usre move corn 2-me- Mr Frank Fraize, a retired merchant and the most well known man in Clover-po- rt and throughout Breckenridge county, died Sunday evening, Jan. 2b, at his late residence in the liast Kltd of this city. Altho he had heen in ill hea th for a Dumber ol years, not until the last six weeks had he been confined to the bed. His death was due to senility and a com plication of diseases. The funeral was held Tuesday afterRev. W. I. noon from the residence. Baker conducted the services and the in terment followed in the C.overport cemeThe active pall bearers were tery. Messrs. J C. Nolte, John A Barry, I. I. Mitchell, Ernest I'opham, Paul Lewis a: d Wilbur snipui. Mr V.uhf was born and reared Ifl Hardin County, Ky., Klizabethtown, I8U2. He was the son of the Mb. 22, Frederick Fraize and Mrs. (Catherine Fraize, also of Hardin county, and the last member of this immediate family to be taken. When he was nineteen years old, Mr. Fraize left home with ten dollars in his book and started out on his carreer and at the time of his death he was fcenerally conceded to be one of the Wealthiest men in this comiuiinily. His first bus'iie-- s adventure was arums hurtf. ivY wueic " '" rue store. Very soon afterwards his ... ...... tlt'lt ... r 1. k Attnrne) countv, Kentucky. The formal change in title took place here after Judge M lorm in, in con. piny with Senator J unes, called at tne War of BrtOklnrldga )ep ir: meat ai d p iiMed the si v. ral pre- at use morejtsh us& SL beans te scribed qualification! tint pucede enlistment in the arm . The KentucUui, a veteran of tile Sp lean W r and one who has lung been associated with the Kentucky National Qoard, s..on after his arrival here told A'ljt. G.-nMcCain, G.n. Giethals, the acting Oaartei master Q antral, and other af fiecrs that he MM eager to be sent to France at the eailicst possible m tnciil so tli.it he could "g-- t into Hie thickest of the fight." He m nl'e it clear that he is not seeking a commission in the army ' I don't want to b1; an fjijer. I simply wish to enlist as a private." Judge Moorman explained this in a m itter of fact way. Gen. McC lin and Gen. Qoetaals, who th" . . ( just enough P use syrups Kentuckiin's pitriitie spirit, agreed that Judge Moot mm had made a most unusual rtquest, and the said he was the sort they were looking for. Judge MoOflBAIl passed tlietxiniiua tions successtn.lv as a private and he wis promptly assigned to the Kith Field Artillerv aud ordered to report to Camp G ecu, Noith Carolina, for duty. Private Moorman, who is well over the draft age, h is a brother with th Pershing forces Vim: where in Fiance.' He left for his home in Kentucky la at sheriff, under Tom AdkUSOU, and he'd night, where he will wind up his busi this office for three consecutive terms ness affairs before leaviug for fh ft.., fclm I la .',.,1, ,,. wnM Willi O.ir O- trainiog camp. . 1 1 1 D- tcii. es too. She united with the Baptist church in November IIM6. The public school was dismissed for a half holiday on Kriday as a tribute of rtspect to her memory. Btaidat her parents M.ss Hall is HENRY OeHAVEN MOORMAN'S survived by two sisters, Mrs Oiiver f,5wis of Sedalia Mo and Miss Cecil PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. ETC. Hall: three brothers, Clyoe Hall, John ji and Jesse Hall ..II of this city. who attended Those 'he funerrfl As I nil knvina forduty in the? army, I feci tlmi it in dun my from out of town were: Mrs. McCoy of Oklahoma City, Miss m ll' s! iiti U iriniiiix i.ltni clirn intki' known mv nrranffMOtnta and children Hill of Addison, Miss Monis of Steph I hlVfl MUUH! Mod IjTlill w ill 11)0 if L.l HIV IttlSltimt :'i"i'i U . entport. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hall t '. Hlld will iwicopy in v of Addison, cam but were called home : ill iv s. Mil 's :i full il iio' uftivc I'tm-ioili' Mr. Kriir-- t immediately on account uf the death of till my Irjnl buNiiMw, 'y .Mill, wlinii l rd km mis f I In Imil in .vy .. n RnnlticUy, of Mrs. Hall's nephew at Addison Clo-er-p- and serve the cause offreedom U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION year oil daughter of Mr. ;md Mrs Win. Hall died nt the home of her par etits Wec'rusday night, Jan. 16 Her death was due to bronchial pneumonia and she was ill just a few days. The funeral was held KriiUy afternoon at S o'clock from the Baptist church. Rev. A. N, Couch conducted the tervicos. The interment took place In the Cloverport CI metery. The active pall bearers were: Messis. Weaver Taturn, Sam Merry, Geo Mullen and T. Nicholas. The h inor ary pall bearer were six of the fMMg class mates of the deceased namely: W. J Couch, Paui E, Herry, Samuel E. Conrad, M D S. iter. RoM Oe!ze and Lathrcp Ketd. Thta youag girl oboaalifc nas been nipped la the bud would have reached her twelveth birthday the 2a, of this month She was the seventh grade of the Cloverport Graded Bebool and because of her bright sunny disposition the was a sccial favot ite both w ith her school mates and with older aipiain 111 and Not a Nickel's Worth of' Could be Purchased in the Afternoon. ls GRADED SCHOOL IS CLOSED , I .J). V 11 position. After serving twelve years as deputy sheriff, he was elected County And it was while Clerk for four years lie was in public office, the sixteen years, that he became so well known. He was often heard to remark that "there was not a man, woman or child in Breckinridge county, whom he did not know by name. On Oct 35, 1871, Mr. Fraize was unit ed in marriage to Miss Cornelia War. field, who survives him' To this union two children were born, Ida christille deceased, and Fredrick Warfield Fraize, who died in Angus', I9I6. Soon after he was married, Mr Fraize came to Cloverport in IS7-- and opened a nieicaulile business in which he was actively- encased for lortj three years or until the de th of his son, who was his health, Mr. sole partner, owing t( Fraize was not physically able to carry as forced to 011 the businces alone and I With Monday being a holiday for this section of the country east of the Missis. sippi river, ami the weather be'ow zero theie was no place like home alter all ard consequently the main streets of Cloverport resembled what might have been the once deserted village." Carrying out l'uel Administrator Car-fii's order made the dav n continuation of Sun, I. n ilh but lew cv.eptions and one was that the lid was hel much lighter 011 the selling of than it is on Sunday. In spile ol the thought ,,f the proceeds of the day's business, the local merchants and business men were not adverse to closing and they seemed to be in harmony with Mr Garfield's plan, believing that the drastic meaaur is essential to the welfare of the nation The leading merchandise stores including J. C. Nolte BIO., G...len Rule Store, Leon Met lavock 's and N. II. Juig-ginwe re closed all day. Where there were groceries sold in connection with merchandise, they were permitted to remain open until noon aud so were the other grocery stores The bushtese houses of Conrad Payne, C W. HneaaNUs, Car-lei- 's Confectionery and the Ilreckeuridge News office had to close. I'helps' Hut ton factory was shut down the four days and the Cloverport I. ightCoiiipany eliminated day car real for the five days. Only the Hreckiuridge-Han- k of Cloverport, the and the three drug stores were open and one could not uy even a nickels worth of anything at the drug stores outside of the drug line. l g post-offic- e el i' wii.i MiiuruMM A WHn in l e practice. Moorman, "iv tiiln'r, it my unqualiKod tvitU (n iiuttv-- I l The public will be pleased to learn tliiii iMMilil 'uvm'H', nml wiil niwratfl icq parlnninhiii that the well known entertainer , Mi s iii v. '. MiKtrninn A HtttrJ una my "il tMixinnu kin! lii Mriytkiiii r B ulah lihvood McNem ir, will give htr Ii limn uy m. . Vtflw pfVMint, I will IKI !.'. popular recital, "Mrs. Wiggs of t lie Wii Mr. (.iUIiti 1. v 11 :ills will porfitrai Mu- iim Cabbage Patch," in this city Monday Omu f Itlr hsi MUMliy, evening, January 28, at the American in I Theater, uuder the auspices of the ifiuii il i;rBlofnl Ibr tno 001 li.l n rs iniMMi,d in m, Cloverport High School ji i my profwxittmil btMtnttW .1 i. an nss ciii ti will printlnct Miss McNcmar is a platformist of .'. mill t nil, ttntl I will niiprwitii tlic BMuport f my friondn in iv rare ability, who always charms In r '!'' .'. yt i.ii'ii is i,i y in r iMiiin-i- i y my COMWIM ion of MMMTvd ijulVi au jiences wi Distinguished Entertainer. kic ' I W. ;J. This program is a favorite louon),, y(mnK ttrliii't, ;'n(1 ()W n, . a happy O, combination of wit, wisdom and phi r fuils .c. De .he u(,nlsS0n W cents for adults aud IS ceufs far children under . . Beard-Braml- ett. Miss Carra Heard and Mr. Owen Bramlett, both of Kosetta, were married Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 7, h! the delity to his fellow man. His most inti 01. honle of ll,e briJe's l'areuts' Re. mate friends knew him to give credit to OsCar Ilutler officiating. ...anv a young ma.i who had .ml a The bride is a daughter of Mr. and or a sack of . ...v.. Mrs W R. Heard and the bridegroom Hour. And he se duin refused to i,i,, 111 is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James llramlett. financing any charitable organisation, They will make their home on a farm when called upon. Aside from till buai near kossetta. Irvington Herald. ness world, Mr. Fraize lived a quiet, on Hia greatest pleaaurei pretentious life Birth Announcement. were found in being with his family in his own home The following birth announcement card was received in this city last week Hardinsburg Baptist by Miss Carrie Tucker. . Church Announcements. "Mr aud Mrs. F I, tiibsou, 5 7 W. 24th, St , Oklahoma City, announce the Key arrival of Charles Francis Gibson, Jan. Hardinsburg, Jan. 21 tSycei il) Dave, assistant leachei ol Creels, in the II, 11)18. Weight 8 lbs " Mrs. Gibson was Miss Grace Aguew, Southern Iinptist TheologiHul Seniinary, Louisville, Ky , pi ched two excellent I a former Cloverport girl genu. ms at the liaptisi chinch Sunday, Subject for morning, II Iim. .( 7; eve Lieut. Lyon at Camp Dodge. illg, Ileb. 2; I. Irving tun , Ky., Jan. 16, lylS. There will be nil preaching the fourth News, Cloverport, Ky., GentleSunday, but Die members are requested to be present at the regular Saturday men: For the enclosed titty cents, please ling. send Iheckenridge News for four aftei noon church Modi rilor. mouths to Lieut k. I, Lyon, Co H SftOlb luf Cinp Dodge, Iowa. 1. raize auccesi was due to nwun Mr tiring energy, his consistency ami his n retire. r , ,..' " i,ni; f,l,,ils 1 llreek-enridg- e 1111 , Commissioned Fiia-a'- as Lieutenant. Aged Woman Dead. of Dr; R. 1'. KunnacWt srUI .1 c in- be klad lo ki.uiv lint he bus a l.i. ii' ml h .i'i bji Jlhr. euriiwry Cor Fielil A' tnlery. th Ijfl Lieut Kunutcue w e the veterln y physician lor Urecl.ein idge eouuty b I 11 (Ufa cull-ling- . II .1 le;. Leilchfield, Ky , Jau. 17. -- Mrs. Sally Wortham lwen, ajied ninety four , died at the home of hcrdaughtcr in this couuty of the inlli mitiea of aye. Her death OCCUMXl ou her birthday. She il survived by one ti uigbtci. Miss J S Wortham. and a son, Wood Woilham, whose home' Is iu Louisville. is nut a a id eie-inThere promi in youug .uau uiel meal of this honor. He received bit againat good them. couimission November iZ. legitimate argument build more of roada Addison, Ky J 21 iSpecial) On the evening of the 7th ut January, 9 ,S , death entered the home of Mr and Mrs. C. black. Old c anned their oldest son, Kverclt Lee Black, iu his eleventh year. His illness was very brief, being sick only seven days. He bore his suffering as a child of the Lather, and when death came he only seemed lo drop to sleep to await the resurrection morn. The death angel ill removing this Vfii iincroly, young life fmm our midst plucked a HKNKY IVIIAVKN MOOKMAN. youth who had attracted the attention of all as one of many lor his agi, always HONOR ROLL kind aud considerate of ail young and A Time To Hustle. Breckinridge Couniy Man ohl, and ill his mannerism he appeared as a man of maluie age Itesidrs his Dies in Louisville. No doubt a lot of blunders parents he leaves three brothers to mourn Cloverport Public School Month ilccur at Washington; his loss. In last week's issue cf the I.eitchfioM of December. We Cannot wak the thundisrs The funeral services were conducted Gazette there is an aciount given ol With any home mdc gun. I C Argabright , in a very im iv Rev. the death of K It. llissett ftho died in Our uniforms art sho-iiSenior: John Duke, Jane l.ightfoot. Our aoidiara have guaaaold! pressive manner lending beautiful words Louisv ie K ramer. Mr. Hassett was born in Ibis county 'Tie plain to everybody ol consolation to the be caved family, Zivola Mistakes aie manifold Junior: Chlora May Seatou, Louise in si 16 and was a grinfWoM of Dr. after all which is mortal as cousigned Uut for that very reason Weatherholt, Joe ll.illuian. I.ora Carson. Houston lie was mairicd to Miss to Walnut Grove cemetery. Say not "It is no ust," Sophomore: Marian Allen, Alice Myrtle llazelip who with two childreu But in ar.d out of season Couch, Lillian lluckby, C.ladvs Hemp .lust hustle like the deuce. MU 1. ... Mr. I' 'I' Lodge Officers Elected. an l ami ifiiTni RiuaII So help our lighting brothers hill. K.lsie May. With heart and soul and threw; of the .136 Infantiv, Camp Zichary Freshman: Kathleen Sijuires, Selma Ug Spriti". Cy Jan II (Special) Taylor. It is stated that M r and Mrs The worse 1011 count the others Sipple, Kva Jolly. The nioie 'tis up lo you At a tall meeting, Satiinlav Bassett owned one of the handsomest night Grade 8: Mary Keil, Maude Harry, MrLindburgh Wilson. Dcc?o, homes in Leitchficld. the llig Spiinii CaWD. 7 Desides Ins wife anil children Mr llllis Carson. l 131'uS M. W A met iu the W. A Uassett leaves three brother: J H tirade 7: Christina Keil, W. J. Couch Clearing Road to Coal Mine. Mall and elected the following odieets Dassett, Leitchfield, Dr. Frank lUssett, James lluckby, Chester Rogers. ensuing year, To wit: Consul, V. Hopkiusville, Major Hassett of the A iibsi aaKwatipg was fir the Grade 6: Robert Oel.e, Mary WhiteAmerican Armv Four sisters, Mrs. made up iptlon week ant ing to he local S, C uter: Tost Consul. J. I.. Mania: d- (hi- t S. U. Djnt, Un :n 'igham, Ala , Mrs. busine". nun to head, Samuel Conrad, M. L). Seaton, s (mall W II Bewleyi Bunker, Alex Mev-- ' Inn nil vi 11, Mary U. Kenny of New York, Mrs and Oletha 'Labeling, Annie May, Hubert w plosj in open the lo.elway U, W. I' Dnweil: Escort, Sher- Chick and Mrs Oegury of louisvi lf. from sii' i)J Cloverport to the en 111I1 Rogers, .Marion burrow "..mi i'horubill; Sentry, Nef Cornier o, Il o. Alle: this 10. I'I Is open te Grades: Klmcr Carson, Cladvs lloh- Visits Son at Ft. Thomas. atiikri em aaal the coal iu f uml Tiusl.es, K A Martin, W. II. Johnson ler, Carrie Mae Jackson, Margaret Gre qld co no, 1'. Hies and J L. Ah i: i is. gory, Van Jolly, Anna Hell t'.regory, C, J. t.'irnegie Ol I h. vmgton spent two cod ultuatltta in ibis r iv h a Tl.e llig Kpriag Lodge 9 & A. M No. days of last we. k sotb Ins son (ieiald u VVt bet i'if, Hugh t lilliilaud, rtOSJ !o; am length Y. Carnegie of tad I' gloofl lUh In fan th,. riiijt ns are prepaiing S at held its annual election of officers ill ol tilts tirade 1: Allele Keil, Davnl c'ourad, the slueoaia Hall, Dec Ft Thomas, Ky. Sim'r then til avoid it if possible. mi;, and Charlie tiv. Lee Ilaunnau, Forrest Jackson, Priv. Carnegie has been ii insferrea tu elected foe she estaalag ear; aaster, W. K. Keith, Mary tlahocT. Hessie Ft Ho itm. Tix is, .111 o xi ct II. Se at; Senior Warden, I. K. lin ks; iaaa Loses Valuable Stock. leave foi Fit cv in 1 short while with Kinder, Katie Kinder. Warden aO, W I'r.itlut: SenJunior tbj aviat on corps. Graile I'orrest Weatherholt. Ruth V' b 1. r. K.. : (S, . c,.d ) - ior I ) .ii, Kd Miller; mi tor aeaeon. Frances Martin, I rene Carman, Sen the llieckenridge News to one t G. N LllUIn) bit lo. a vain e W in. IV ilhei Sn ohu W. Ikslsgjss Rie.etts, lessu- Moorman, Jesse Rieketts, Virginia the home boys so that he can keel) post- g ire, a aaikUt) hfsa aud.Varlil)g i'"it artyl Yyler, Carl iWhaidaou; 'freueurer. ed ou the happenings hack home. no eating al.im ig.-- sure, ued (oddrf. W I. Siott; Stewarts, Jim W. .Miller Downs, Katheime Sut 1, i.u id lichen. tirade II Orville Funow, Flleanor and li. my C ane Martin, lassie Keil, Helen Suter, Johu I McGavock, Addie Helle.Couch. Micellaneous Shower. C.rade t: Rliaabath May, Kva .May, i The members ol the V. W A ot the Baftkaal Iswlsaaa, Prad Puirowi Virgil aptiat church gave a miscellaneous Kinder, Marga et lturden, Mu dams. shower I'lidai evening, Jan II in honot of .Mrs. Miller ferry at the home ol Mi. New Poslulfioc Boxes. and Mis. I'l.iuk Ferry. Mammoth Bronze Turkeys from Prize Winners. An til ir m .v s boxea Weight of Ciohhlers 20 to 23 pounds; Hens 15 to di' 10 with an net) .. .. beea Qualifies as Administrator. .1 .11 pi if v. I pot I aaaiM mu ing 18 pounds. Price of Ciohhlers $6.00; Hens $5.00. Grayson K. l'ayne.of Lodiburg, null- the past we. . ified as administrator iu (he Couuty mil .1 to the old The new "Xi ri B. Ky. Court Mouday of the estate uf Hyrun ones with 111.' xc 110 01 ihe ' Johnson, deceased. J. K Johnsuu aud com ttiun syblck arc au im O. R. Johuson were his boudsiuen. piovemeut over the others, , 11 . ; . 11 I ) ..." Attractive Little Boy Dies. Grade School Closed. Supt. G. R. McCoy dismissed the first aud seventh grades im'lusive for this week While this is not compulsory at all, Supt. McCoy stated that 011 account of the coal supply being rather short at the school building aud the weather has been too bad for the younger children to attend school so he thought it was the belter plan to dismiss for the week. The High School and the eighth grade students were not dismissed. The entire school wiil be iu session next weelr. ' - 1 i I r.Riti-hlii!- a 11 . i l. 11 . 11,'. i 11 I i, - I t : . . 11 For Sale Beard, sxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx t- . . Mrs. Thos. Hardinsburg, 1 11 Y. W. C. A. CAMPAIGN EXCEEDS HALE GOAL All SEVERAL WAYS TO SAVE SUGAR WHICH lb YOUR WAY? mmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmnm But Amount $10 of the Collected. Desired Dollar Subscriptions are Responded to Quite Liberally. of the War Work National Board of tho Y. W G A to raise $I,0(H),(KXI In the t'nitcd Statas and Europe, MOH in Kentucky and i'i in Cluverport has thus far been very nuicessful owing to and the fact the weather condition that so many cainp.i.gns have been Live Stock, Farm Implements, Corn, Hay Tin campaign Council of lh ON previously waged. Thursday, January 31, 1918 On fly Farm 5 Hiles Southwest of Cloverport One dollar subscriptions wnt the largest amount asked for liy the solicitors in tMoverport and 10 this the ma ority of givers responded without any hesitancy. The amount collected up to date is 3H and those who have subscribed aie the following: John A Rose, Mrs. David I'helps, Miss Lenora MctJavock, FACE the FACTS at their best; nor hungry nations Franco, England, and Italy are going hungry unless we feed them. They must have wheat. It is the Wheat Saving best food to fight on. It is the easiest to ship. We alone can spare it to them. By saving just a little less than a quarter of chat we ate last year we can support those who are fichting our battles. And we We have only can do it without tinting ourselves. to substitute another food just as good. The Corn of Plenty Corn is that food. There's a surplus of it. Provide nee has been generous in the hour of our need It his given us corn in such bounty as was never known before. Tons of corn. Train-load- s of corn. Five hundred million bushels over and above our regular needs. All we have to do is to learn to appreciate it. Was ever patriotic duty made so easy? And so clear? America's Own Food Corn ! It is the true American food. The Indians, hardiest of races, lived on it. Our forefathers adopted the diet and conquered a continent. For a great section of our country it has blong een the staff of life. How well the South fought on it, history tells. Now it can help America win a world war. It isn't one food. It's a Learn Something Corn dozen. It's a cereal. It's a vegetable. It's a bread. It's a dessert. It's nutritious; more food value in it, dollar for dollar,, tljan meat or eggs or most other vegetables. It's good to eat; how good you don't d properly cooked. know until you've had Best of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic. Corn's Infinite Variety How much do you know about corn? About how good it is? About the many delicious ways of cooking it? And what you miss by not knowing more about it? Here are a few of its uses: There are at least fifty ways to use corn meal to make good dishes for dinner, supper, lunch or breakfast. Here are some suggestions: ! corn-brea- Miss Mildred I). Babbage, John I). Uabbage, J. C. NdIU & Uro , A II. Skillman, I'aul Lewis, David Phelps, C K f.ightfoot, K 0, BliltSi Conrad .V Payne, Itav. A. N Couch, Rev W Li Hiker, Conrad Sippir, John A. Darry, Wilbur Chapin, Vivian Pierce, Uayser, M. M. Den-toMiss Kay Miss QfMC I'auli y. Miss Bond, Mis. Fran! l''erry, Mrs. Lizzie lieer, (has. am man, 0. T. Ski!. man, Miss I'M th Itui ii, Miss Margaret Burn, Miss Mary McUavock, Mrs. H A lze, Mrs, Helen A nns, W C Moorman, Lafe Bah en, Miss Jare Crenshaw, Mis. J. J. Sawyer, John Jarbre. l.c-.viI critical. us face the facts. The war situation LETUnless the Allies liprht as they never isyet have Hururry men cannot fiht fouKht, defeat threatens. Consisting of the Following: Two coming 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; STEIMIENSPORI W. J. Si bopp One Hay Rake; One Corn Drill; One Disc Harrow and other farming Lot Good Bundle 1 MJ ill Louisville, last week, Tom Smith, of lira ndculjii rg, was in town Thursday. Win. Oardacr Hawkins was the week Mrs 11. J. Met), end (fatal of bis and Mr Riet), of Ifawesville. Sergt. J. li.irbee, who has been ill at the base hospital Camp achary Taylor, is latfkroving Miss Georgia Krymire, of Chmault, enrolile home from Louisville, was the fatal of Mrs. W. Ii, Gardner last week. Levy Kol ins, after several weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W L Rollins, returned, last week, to Illinois Mrs. Jas. Mall returned from Louis. Villa Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Will. Alll anil R. A Smith attended the funeral of the twelve year old tot of Mr. ami Mrs. Carit Black at l.odihtirg, Saturday. Among the sick of our town are: Mrs. Alice Crawford. Mrs. Richard McAfee, Jr., Mrs liettie Sapper. Mrs Kate Mrs. Richard McAfee, Sr., and Jim mie Jarrelt The young people of this place and Rome, Ind , are enjoying skating on the cieek and walking aetoss the river, which has been frozen over for several weeks. . I jar-rett, Implements; Ten Tons Hay; 400 bushels of Corn; Top Fodder: Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terms Made Known on Day of CHRIS AHL, Auctioneer JOHN W. KNIGHT HOT BREADS Boston brown bread. DESSERTS Corn-me- Hoecake. Griddle cakes. Waffles. Corn-meal molasses cake. Apple corn bread. al Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THE HOWARD Gln Dean, Ky. I. I. lOIEITMi, PiirilM - Muffins. Biscuits. Gingerbread. Fruit gems. HEARTY DISHES al Dumplings. FARMS Prop. I. M. HOWARD t SON, WHEATLESS BISCUITS. Ar3Hk ..wjb,- Corn-mecroquettes. fish balls. Meat and corn-medumplings. Tamales. Italian polenta. The recipes are in Farmers' Bulletin 565, "Corn Meal as a Food and Ways of Using It," free from the Department of Agriculture. al Q,n Dn- - KvPoland Polled Durham Cattle. China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a id Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattler Duroc Jersey Hogs Have won 1000 RiMxjns at State Fairs I'ast Five Years Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Dealer In Leal Tobacco Oien Liean. I Hampshire Sheep - jy JVV. w Valley Home Stock Farm Thos- W. O'Donoghue Hi mw J OWE 4 sons. Piiprlitcn Dealer in and 1 eeder of Po- Beard BrOS. Ky. HardinSDUrg, Ky., ROUte Hardinsburg, Deierm Pa rebel eoramral is the feature of these e(i'Melll whelltles.s blsellilH. First, tin roc niaatl iwit half n ;. is put In ii shallow pan placed In the otta ami atlrrtd fratjotnlly uniii it s Is a doliCatt tirown. Tat niher me a teaspoon of salt, n cup of peanut bullet and one ami a half cups of wilier Mix the peanut butter, water mid salt and heat. While this mixture Is hot stir In the meal which should also he hot. Heat thoroughly. The dough should be of such consistency that It can be dropped from a spoon. Hake In small cakes In on tiugreaseil pan. This makes IS h blseultH, each of which eontnlna of an ounce of protein. ingie-dlenloue-tlzt- CHICKEN FAT is of'cn wasted, llicliviiiiilioiisfviiclliinksii Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle ,and ChinRaocnkThrensp,ymou,h Ky., Live Stock and Route 1 Hardinbur0, TobaCCO UUT K. MORION. ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm lrvinton. Ky. O.n.r G. P. MAYSEY, breeder Proprietor op Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder Uf armer and Buyer of ., rasas t yt v"t5H Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. HardinsburKy Route 2. Hereford and Jersey Cattle Web,ter, Ky. U StOCk TobaCCO mA DRURY'S STOCK FARM Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows, Boars and Gilts For Sale Imington, Ky Card ot Thanks. We wish to express our most sincere thanks to our fi iends aud neighbors at Addison and Lodihurg, Ky., for their loving kindness an smpathy during 1 """"'' C. H, DRUBY. Proprietor Dq r tr Fapmer Dlara ( W I g. n. Lyddan This Space Sold to Feedep Mrs. H. J. Hamman Ky. Miss Irene I'owell, who is in Ind came home to the burial of her grandfather, Mr. Dave Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. k. Moorman left for Hardinsburg, last Saturday, where they will live while their sou, Judge .Moor man, is in the army. K. K. Moorman spent the week end at home, He is a tobacconist in Owcusborfi, Ky. q Rich-mon, oar recent beieavement. Mr. and Mrs. C, R. Black. R.'F. 0. Nt. 1 ImngtOol, Card of Thanks. We wisli to thank our many friends for their kindness during the illness anil death of Chas Weatuerford, our beloved husband, son ai.d brother. The Kamily, v fats more balcz -- fuel When you have iiuished reading ti Ij copy of the Hreckenridge News, nlease baud it on to .some one else. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kinduess shown us during our recent bereavt-meul- , and especially Dr. C. K. Lightfoot for his faithful aervices, and all lloral offerings. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Hall and Family. evs UnUi Oon't Throw Give it Away, Send it Away it Awaj but GLEN DEAN Wheeler I'owell and wife spent a few da) s receutly the gueat of bis pareuU, Mr. and Mrs 1'. M I'owell. Mr. 1'ow ell ia from Teoncsaee, where he is employed by Bond Broa, aa a timber dealer. boil and broil Dave Maxwell was buried near here last l'ri'lay He leaves a wife, four daughters and three sons, all present but one sou in Pennsylvania He was in declining health. About six weeks ago, he went to bis sou in Oklahoma City seeking renewed health, but to no avail His son, )f, James Maxwell, accompanied the remains home, reaching here Thursday uight. It was the Doctor's first,trip in twelve years. R. O. confined are glad with bis with his m .. ... fry less Stat? fbocl AdmituStCal Robertson, Jr , who lias been (.,,, to bis room for six weeks, we a i , r iirLt.. J to say waa able to come to town this community. wife and aprud the week end brother, B. L. Robertson. Luke Reeves waa her Monday. 1 r ui,i,.j uri.:., I i i jo.n rw - ITEMS FROM McQUADY SCHOOL JOURNAL 4 Every Class CORN WILL WIN DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Corn and Pig Except Teachers What We Have and What We Need. Club Organized. America's Greatest Cereal Crop Is Now Moving to Market. DENTIST flfflrs UAiirc VIIIVV IIVHI wi f p. in. to 5 p. m. to is x A fwiiyn in oftlri- offlrr hour during InlRglOR, Ki. The County Agricultural Agent The most noticeable thing in the way of organization is that nearly was with us on Thursday of last every class of people have organ- week and explained the Corn and ized and demanded more pay, ex- Pig Club work, lie gave the boys cept the teacher. The teacher, cards to be filled out by them, and whose pay is as poor as any class the following day was set to or in existance, ,?ecnis perfectly satis-tie- ganize. So on Friday at I o'clock Teachers' salary is no better the boys were called together and than they were ffve years ago. formed the club. The followine Living has advanced and every officers were elected: Carl M. thing else, except the teachers' Jolly, president; Arthur DeJarB. F. Bates, salary. It should not, and it will nette, t; Mi 'juady district contains ainnt MAINSTAY IN NATION'S CRISIS. j6,0()0 acres of land, 400 people, t general stores, I blacksmith shops. Surplus Wheat of the United State Hat Been Sent to Famine Threat 2 churches and a nice railroad sta ened Europe. tion. Our population consists of r Louisville, Henderson & St, Louis Ry, Co. I not advance till the teacher demands it. While it is true: "He is a poor teacher who is in the work for the salary only." Also it is equally true, "He is a poor teacher who is in the work on a salary." There is no reason in the word for the pauper salary the teacher is receiving, except we are not organized. d Wet or Dry, Which? The school has written a letter to our Representative and Senator urging them to do all in their power to have the prohibition question submitted to the people for a vote. Kentucky should be among the first States to ratify the prohibition amendment to the We all National Constitution. know the States have seven years in which to ratify the amendment, but it will be ratified within three years. We think every school in the county, the State and Mie Nation should enter this tight to see our country free from the abom inutile booze. secretary. Robert Squires, Earl Taul and Robert MeGary were other members present. It is believed that many of the other boys will join when they thoroughly understand the workings of the club. Mr. Hurth, the agent, is a most willing worker, arid will do this ccunty great and lasting good. The object of the club is to teach scientific methods of feeding and of growing farm products. Some of the boys here will raise an acre of corn; some will feed a gilt, and some will feed a sheep. Boys, come in and join us. Let's make ours not only the first, but biggest club in the county. 36 landowners, 15 tenants, 8 rent America's grcot corn crop, exceedera, of which at least M per cent, are engaged in farming. More ing MOfeMMM bushels, will save the world'a Cm "I situation, olliclals of the interest than usual is prevalent this United States lood administration be,year. The farms are under good lieve. Corn in the nation's best food cereal, state of cultivation, and the farmers are awake to the modern meth housewives ore beginning to realize. to ods in farming. This is all well It contains till the elements needed keep the body in n state of henlth and enough and commendable, but when used according to the scores of speaking of needs: tried recipes, especially when comor McQuady, with a census of 128 bined with nn added portion of oil Infnt, will sustain life Indefinitely. school children, needs a gootl dian warriors In colonial days lived on school a graded school. It is not parched eurn alone fur many days at a a question its to whether we can time, and at Valley Forge parched corn was at times the sole ration of have it; it is only a question of the Continental soldiers. "do we want it?" Then another Owing to transportation difficulties need at the present time is a (torn caused by the war the corn crop moved than doctor. While the health of our more slowly to market this yearcereal ever before. Now, however, the people is exceptionally good, we Is reaching the millers and consumers. need a dector located here. There In the meantime the nation's surplus is an excellent opening for a good wheat has been sent to Europe. Today there are approximately 80 doctor here at the present time. bushels of corn for every American. DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:351a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN PULLMAN SLEEPERS SLEEPERS Lei High-Class H. & ST. L. RY. Observation Parlor Cars STATION TENTH AND BROADWAY UNION Coaches LEAVE TRAINS City Ticket Office: Both R. F. PENN, T. P. A. Fourth and Main Phones 1134 IV JAS. C. c CLOY E. M. WOMACK. C. P. A. G. P. A. Who's Who at McQuady. Hustling Young Farmer. Mr. Bryan Miller has just come home from Illinois, where he bus been employed on a farm. Bryan wus working on one of the big farms in Illinois, and his principal aim was to take note of the modern methods of forming. Hi has a tine farm here and will farm at home this year. There are 25 acres of wheat on his farm which is a nice prospect He expects to plant tobacco and corn in accordance with his wheat crop. Bryan is a hustling young farmer of the modern type, and is sure to make good. There is no one that has a more pleasing disposition or business like appearance than has Bryan, and "his qualities 'aie far above par. To say such a young man will ultimately succeed is only putting it in the least obvious way. We need our country tilled with such enthusiastic young men. A BO-ci- LOCALS. Miss Susye Neel, of Mt. St. Joseph, was at home during the holidays. Miss Ermine Frank, a student in Bryant & Stratton Business College, spent the holidays at home. , "Winter." Winter is a season of pleasure. Sometimes it is cold and severe. Winter is necessary to kill the in sects and to make the soil tit to grow the summer crops. Winter comes the 21st of December. Then is when the snow begins to fall. The ponds freeze over and the boys and girls go skating, and what sport they do have. The old folks sit around the fires and talk. Christmas comes. and the little ones are glad to see it come. Old Santa Claus comes around to see the little children. The children are merry. As they go to school they have fun snow balling. At dinner they get their skates and uway to the pond they go to skate, and they have some fun skating. Winter lasts until Clara Coomes. March 21st. Honor Roll for Mid-Ter- m Paul Kinney, III. Elliot Frank, IV. Frances O'Brien, II. James Wright, IV. Allen Hicks, VI. Eva Wright, VI. Lucy Coomes, VI. Ursia Mattingly, V. Clara Coomes, VII. Paul D. Neel, V. Arthur DeJarnette, V. Mary Bates, VIII. Stella Mattingly, VIII. Eula Lyons, VIII. B. F. Bates, VIII. Mary's Little Step. v where Mr. Bates lives? We think the "six day" system, Mary I reckon I do. I.- - he a colored S. as adopted by some of the Western man? Mary No, indeed. States, will prove very satisfactory, Children kept in school six days Salesman What's wrong with instead of live will naturally learn advancement will be your light plant? more. Their Mr. Bates of the Dew Drop Inn very noticeable. Besides this sysIt's off at present ? will have a tendency toward tem saving fuel. Mary bad a little step, Which was very short and slow; week. Everywhere the step went, S. Do you know Mary was sure to go. J. M. Lyons, L. H. Toul and Bern DeJarnette gave parties during the holidays. The young folks greutlv enjoyed themselves. Miss Marcella Lyons is taking music at Mt. St. Joseph. Harry Bates is in Louisville on business. Bryan Miller made a business trip to Owensboro last week. Owen Bates received his last week. Chas. Oleeson spent the holidays at his home in Logan county. Miss Susye Bates has been quite ill for the past week, but is much better at present. The eighth grade is very buuy preparing for the graduation. Jolly Brothers shipped 16 head of eattle and 26 head of hogs Monday. There is to be organized an amusement company here which will give its first play, "Home Ties," in February. J. R. Jolly, Nelson Jolly and Bern DeJarnette went to Louisville last Monday on business. Calvin Hendrick, of Hardins-burg- , was in town Monday buying furs. Mr. Powers, from Daviess county, was visiting here last week. Ed Watson, of Logan county, was here on a land deal last week. Our commercial class is doing good work. We have just finished the midterm examination. The pupils did good work. Miss Mary Coomes has entered the eighth grade and expects to take the graduation. Mr. Bonwasser made his regular trip here last week. Miss Marcella Lyons and mother, of Louisville, visited here last ques-tionnai- This quantity Is greater by live bushels than in former years. Corn has become the nation's mainstay In the crisis of war. Just as this cereal saved the first American colonists from fnmlne on TiattJ occasions, just ns It served as a s'nple food during the War of the ltev- nt ion and during the Civil War, King Corn has again come to the front In the notion's battle with autocracy. Corn Basel Is finding greatly Increased use In the making of ordinary white bread. Hundreds of housewives and many of the larger bakers nre mixing 'JO per cent, corn meal with wheat Hour to make leavened bread. This kind of n mixture Is worked and baked in the same recipes and with the SUM methods that apply to straight wheat bread. Corn bread using corn meal entire ly is gaining a greater popularity man ever neiore. nun wnw uiu coming to realize that every pound of wheat saved In America means n pound of wheat released for shipment to the nations with which America is associated in the war. There nre n score of corn products that today possess unusual Importance for Americans. Corn syrup for sweetening corn cakes and buckwheat cakes and for use In the kitchen Instead of granulated sugar Is one of the leading products made from corn. Corn oil, excellent for frying and for every other purpose filled by salad o'ds, Is appearing on the market In large quantities. It comes from the germ of the corn. LOUISVILLE, KY. Better let us print that stationery for you now, price righ I LOUISVILLE ?j! $6.00 COURIER-JOURNAL Daily by Mail (Not Sunday) I 1 '& AND I sSi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Your Home Paper and the Best Know n Daily rf, Newspaper of this section. IS An Excellent Combination! $ Subscription orders at this combined rate may be sent to the office of The Breckenridge News or to Henry Penner, the Courier-JournAgent, Cloverporl, Ky. al "The Last Shall Be First Etc." One fact that varities the pas sage as above wi it'.en, was brought out last Saturday when Harry T. Bates, of this place, called at the Local Board and asked for his questionnaire. It was found that he was number "1465," the last man out, and under the first method of selecting he would have been the last man to be called. In filling out his papers he wus placed in division A, class I, which will be next or first called. Harry had his questionnaire only about thirty minutes and gave it back to the board correctly tilled out. Truly "The last shall be first, and the first shall be last." Harry is u young man of pleasing, business-likdisposition and stands high in social circles. He is sure to make good at anything he may choose. The Journal e Y LIES IN CANADA CIRCULATED Csnadn Is also having trouble with lies calculated to hinder Cunndliin food conservation according to SB oftlclul statement received from the Canadian food controller by the United States food administration. The stories bothering Canada are of the same general character as those the United States food administrator recently denounced In this country, such as the ridiculous salt and blueing fumine fakes und the report that the government would sehss housewives' stocks of home cunned goods. rGREETINGS ' TO YOU! I wishes him well. PERSONALS. Bern How do you account for the sugar shortage? Mr. Coomes Dunno! There are as many fellows raising Cain as ever. Still too cold for Fords. L. E. Does your mother object "Nor have they come to life cusually. They have started simultaneously In different parts of the country and In each Instance have been calculated to arouse public ludlgnutlon. "They are Insidious, subtle, persistent Bit by bit they dissipate public trust, the great essential lu the work of food control. "It lies with every Individual to forbear from criticism; to refrain from passing on the vagrant and hnrmful story, ami thus the more effectively lu work which Is going to to mean more than the majority of people yet realize." The Canadian food controller estimates that when the people listen to and pass on such stories, each one has the power of destruction that lies In a buttullon of soldiers. "Stories without even a vestige of foundation have been scattered broadcast," said the Canadian statement To our patrons and friends we extend greeting. May a cuign Providence smile kindly upon you during the yerirs to come, and may your fondest hopes be realized. Tor the generous BSaSMMta of good will sad patronage you may have accorded us, Vff wish to tender our heartfelt thanks and appreciation. Your good will is dear to us and you will ever find us striving more and to merit same. IThat our relations may be equally satisfactory to both, is the wish of your sincere friend, am T. C. LEWIS, lTie Jeweler V Hardintburg, Ky Square Deal Hog and Field Fence! This famous brand of fencing is piade from 4 different weights of wire. Special Features: A knot that never slips; a stiff picket-lik- e stay wire; best tpiality of galvanizing, guaranteed; always stands tight and trim-wintor summer. Packed in 20 and 40 rod rolls. "Square Deal" Fence, style No. 9 made in the follow56-i.; .; .; .; .; ing heights: er 20-in26-in32-in39-in47-inn. THE UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION 8AY81 There Is no royal road to food conservation. Ws can only SO compllsh this by ths voluntsry action of our whole people, each element In proportion to Its meant. ; It Is a matter of equality of a matter of minute saving and substitution at every point In ths 20,000,000 kltchsns, on ths dlnnsr tablsa, and In ths 2,000,000 manufacturing, wholesale and retail establishments sf bur-dsn- to kissing? Ressie Now, just because 1 allow you to kiss me, you needn't think you can kiss the whole fainiiy. - The heaviest and strongest fence on the niaiket. tsrtuali) suitable for fencing around stock lots, hog yards, small pastures. e! .. Mfeaft fencing strain is unusally heavy. Mary I can tell you it doesn't take me long to get an idea into T. N. McGlothlan & Son, :: Irvington, Kj. Try a News Want Ad. Now my head. Salesman At present? Stella Very likely not. But Mr. Bates Yes, this is dark whet does it do after it gets there? moon. Mm country. Use News Want Ads for Results THE BRECKENR1DGE JOHN I). BABBAOI:. t NEWS ditor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY This Is Our Winter of Test Kit VIVO food Is n lo cal prut" .. for east community. Prices and definite rules for every one cnniiot lie tut mated. It Ik a duty for piieh one to ent only so much ns la Mcssaatf to maintain die hiininn Ii o il y nenlthy anil strong. Tills winter of 1018 Is tlie period when la to he tested here in America whether our people nre capable of vosacrifice to luntary Individual save the world. That Is the purpose of flic organization of the OBlted States Food Administration by voluntary effort to provide the food thnt the world needs. U. S. FOOD ADMT ISTRATION DRAFTED MEN TO SERVE ON FARMS. Agricultural Conference Section of 23, 1918 War Makes the Sug EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 Cards of Thanks over a gestion. An appeal will be made to the Fed- ei.d Oovsianwai to ptrnrit sosm of ins drafted nu n 0 serve their country on the larms instead of in the trenched. A resolution 10 this t Meet was passed by I he agi al seel ion i f he In scsmoii in Louisville Tiles da and Weduesdav. The personnel of tilts ccmmitii r is K H Woods, chairman; F h' OllMOTe, secretary; Mat S. Cohen, M. L. Wilson, Geoffrey Morgan ami ohu K, lliown. The RSI of the resolution is as fol lows : Whereas, in the ptesent grPat world war, ifgcieaCy in the industrial nrmv and in the resouices of our country is a primary necessity and, whereas, young men within the agejof conscription must feel thai it is their p .iriotic duty to enter the trenches,- - m It ss their strvices in the industries are given government recognitor.; and, wheieas, the produce lion ol farm crops is seriously hindered bv tin- hiss of men for military service; tin r. lore. Be 1: r olvt,d, that it is the sense of this meeting tnat we respectfully ask the federal Oovornntat Lo eo modify the roascrlptloa act as to make possible tha ascription of all men registered, and Having Hum in the industries wnere they are m needed Be it'further resolved lhat all agri- cultnratattd lodnstiiai winkers aoeeo Scripted stiull he given the s line credit for servici us those in the military service, and at the close of the f resent war h" givi an honorable discharge, the same a those so discharged by the forces ol the government. R ived, That some Federal or 8l ctlOO (boold bo taken whereby ns fro. nh m Ii ell sixteen t sixty quired lo have some productive be "n, Recording to tht Ir respect i' and the fallal of any citi zen ro en ploy dt, without reason-- e, iy li liaMt 10 punish 11 year: MV for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Business' Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. correct please notify us. Obituaries charced for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not NoTICK. TO SlJBSt'RI HKRS When you have finished reading your copy of the BKKt'KF.NRIDCK NKWS hand it to a friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. QlRISTM A I'D k ifisms Ann iinnriiniii luh wifklOcenfsand in DO weeks Our Join H tj THRIFT Thrift in ItM HAVE START WITH JUST A DIME AND INCREASE YOUR DEPOSIT A DIME EACH WEEK. OR YOU CAN START WITH A NICKEL; OR WITH I CENTS OR 1 CENT AND INCREASE THE SAME AMOUNT EACH WEEK. IN FIFTY WEEKS: fSCEMT CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS SI 27.50 larger MN is lie- - mi of making Hie best ue of what we have ONE PAY LATK In compliance with Fuel Adtnini strator Hr. Harry GarfiaM's orrler that Monday be ;i h,i flay for tc consecutive weeks, we erased our plant Moll lay mi will continue to do no for the following nine week-- . This will necessarily ma b the Breckenridire News one (toy for .. good meal you will be all the later imt it will tie like w hungrier to spel ii if yon hare wa ted, W e an in accord with Mr. Garfield's plan and if this will help to If Ainerica relieve the coal sit mil ion wean' willing' to GO Operate hope- - to win I he wai tini list lie unity and cooperation anions; the American people. i :i i i i s - France pastry regarded has been tntirely suppressed, esctpt on Sundays and holidays. o II o Macoupin county, III , has a "Haby Bee!" Club. Il has fifty members, by Mayor Robert Whitely, Jr., ot Oar la as ville, in. its purpose to to porch island raise calves. The members recently bought a large number of the BBtnMtl from the Kansas City Stock Yards. as a luvury in ooo 't 68.75 25.50 12.75 We are pleased to note dial during the session of the General well represented. ooo Assembly, al Frankfort, Hrcckinrid outtly is being satisfactorily MiOuady f. timers are coming to the Jf. Cain. Cain was one of the l ettc lai ie WBMsanted by Roy front. They are young, sixty h ideation of the tneni"rr of the llouso" who voted bi farmers who believe in themselves, and in ii iduced two And National Prohibition Am ndmcnt. are doing things t h it tell in their Fifsl one wa; kin ling ie law elating to bills They will be more in the lir.ie POTASH ALWAYS ire the House the grhdin of tobacco; second, Increasing the ase consent from six- - light when they get tnat pike through 11 ! i I 111 i I The annual meeting of the Kentucky Pure Bred Live Stock Association will be held at L misville Monday, Feoruary l2. Breckinridge county ought to be 11 mil-Itar- y IF YOU WISH TO MAKE THE LARGEST PAYMENT FIRST AND DECREASE YOUR DEPOSITS EACH WEEK YOU CAN DO SO. IT COSTS NOTHING FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TO JOIN THE CLUB AND IS A SURE WAY TO WEALTH. COME IN AND JOIN TODAY. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG I KY. TRUST CO. HARD1NSBURQ, We Offer You Total Assets Over $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods IN DEMAND Speaklog of Shetland ponies. A raau la Btt8 do had one to die at the age ol Iioiii they 31 years. About this time a grandson ional be aceen t. concern in Sam into the home and when the youngster was a year and a half old he jl)ll for it. lm are considered bought him a pony paying With Is said he had paid a big price ng in I. ike con-- Ili trie nun pi ndu el for it ' cem rate s ual ion with ga lei .nr efforts i ii i yeti r ooo enoujii food, In other worda nre era ii in planning our He said that a ponv was the best investment he could make for his grand gardens. son's health, as one lasted two generaSome (renins lm- - designed ii el 'etrimlh beate serving table to tions, he figured that $oU0 divided among the Ij to 3O years that a pony keep food warm and palatable after il ha been do ed from the would la made a small yearly expense, We Hnasian this will ip al to nen wiio have to to say nothing of the doctor's bills he cook stove. lis. etvrn.illv wail on their huslmnds to t ,!n w.Hild luve to pay. teen tn eij, A u, their section. ;n lH0 larinei w father and a should they v ooo Hard to Obtain Sufficient Quantity of This Most Important of Fertilizers. Potash is perhaps the most Import tant of fertilisers, Although potns-slnnin its comhl nn tlons, is one of the most widely distributed of th" el(- menta, it is found massed in balk in only n few places. The Bazoo deposits tit Btnsafnrt, and the hods In Alsace, nro the world's chief sources of stip-P'.t, i 1 i . Reading the Brecen ridge News helps to pasnaway the time durThe point is that the purcha.' e price ing these cold evenings when you can't do much but sil around the IS a sin dl consideration when it is spread of years and the Ire and read If you have neighbor' who do not get the paper let out over a period fromM it. Most any pleasure derived them have n when vou have finished witu it. grandfather can afford to buy one, es Rap resen tali ve Badchfl has prnsente n 'oill to the Kentucky Cen eral Aaaambly to the effect thai all baehelo and spinsters over 25 years whose income is over ikGOU a j e ir, wo 'ii be i ixed i'i. And now even the privilege of single blessedness is t be (axed. - 000, potash is to he had only the treatment of proat quantities of material, with a mm 11 resnltant yield. The case Is not ns had ns that f nullum, where a ton of ore may give only fraction of a grain of the precious natal ; but it is had enough to make Its extraction nn extremely costly process. The farmer's wife litis always known how to lench potash from wood ashes in suflielent quantity to mnke the soft soap for the family washing, but this method does not pay Elsewhere, bjr 11 Efficiency In Banking We take pride in the way our bank is run. Our depositors include the biggest men in town. a Each individual account is given special attention. commercially. pecially when Preston Green would be glad to sell him one for $30. Von will find a sample copj of the M the seventh page of this issues of tho Hrcc . n eilool .Journal News. We have begun to wonder what Mother Earth looks like. There will be a big demand for Kentucky seed corn this year. The enormous crop raised over the country very little of it is fit for seed purposes. The on crop in t Ills Stats Is testing out better than any In the Northern States and K'iUf-ckwill be called on to supply v them their seed. 000 Work less T'T M inlay brings a ?5S&- New-les- rrl- - iiirS: FARM AND STOCK, i Herman W.il la SitSOB Smart and o( Hites Run, received a Waggoner! car load o coin from Ireland and of Skillman, last week. It SI st l't f. o. b. Cloverport. On aos them count of the big snow they had to unload and store it in I.ightfoot's livery barn. These cuterptisiug young farmers, in order to get ttieir torn home, dragged the pike to their homes five miles out. SV.ill-ma1 ooo Worland Cai ter says the cold wenthct andsaow has not ailected his milk up ply; that he is shipping his usual amount of cream aud realizing JQ a week from live 0OM ooo Mr, Cartel was in Louisville Fiiday with his mii), Edmoud Carter, aud daughter, Miss Carter, who are returning to school. ooo AV Whitwortl., a progressive farmer of Stephensport, was in Irviugtou Fiiday on business. He says he is ready for bis country's call when they w ,:.! meU ot hi , age. ooo J. D. Starks has bought the Mledsoe farm in Skillmau's bottom consisting 01 M acres (or He has already in ived. there with his family. ooo $l00. Hereford breeders in this county can point with piide to their herds as the grand champion Hereford bull, sold recently tor Ml.OOU. This Aid-mor- Got If rey Morgan, State Agent, is calling on all county agents to put 011 a seed com campaign and advises that bud is said to be and is the gieitesl they test all their seed corn which will Hereford in this ooaatry r in the insure a good crop for another year. world. There is no reason why cham- N il only Kentucky, but the Nation, pion bulls should not be raised in Brack needs and mu,thave a bumper crop enridge county. We have the soil, tlejfor ntxt year. Oar county agent, Mr food and the climate, and a 15,000 bull Hatth, will be glad to lurnish farmers should be the goal They are raised inform itiou as to how to test se;d corn. and sold for bi) money in other counties, wdiy not in Breikimidge. Mis. 1). I). Carter sold her farm of ooo a acre, to C. F. Barnes, of Hudson, ROMM tuber, John K night's tats Thurs1C11 I. day, January 111. Mr. Knight has some OOO good stock, hay and corn on sale and Mrs li.U ibeth Sheerau, of McQ.iady, you may strike a bargain sold J lines A. llcavin KM acres of land ooo n..i McQgadj for WisMrs. Thos. Beard is advertising her OOO Miehiel Basham, who has been farmline bronze turkeys. If you want something line and pure biel scud her ing in Oklah ma for eight years, has sold out his iutere-,- in that State and is an order. coming back to his old Kentucky home K. W. Tayloi, of Marion county, to live, tie says Uklahonia is a hue place lo make money, but somehow he sold head of eheep at f'il) per head. Saraa tor his childhood home. He is aoa i the mat kit for good farm. He is Boys' unci Girls' Clubs in northern with his father, Joe B.ishain, near and western States pledged for war Staphs asport service in guidening, canning, poultry Khaki Colors Differ. raising, and other emergency enterU being Considerable comment prises have more llian suo.ono members. aroused In official circles mid elsewhere over the disparity of thy khaki The winter ot tWtl w. s the ino.--t uniforms worn by olllcers and privates. disastrous the range .stockmen of the Sunn- of them are so fuded that they West have ever known The lamb crop look uluiost white, while others retain A few cases have for the entire West was 15 to an per original coloring. cent below the average, aud the call been noted, states the Pathfinder. where the coat und breeches of unicrop SMS considerably below normal. forms huve developed different hues. One excus,. offered Is that the khaki Coverumeiit barges have been placed Cloth is acquire,! from many manufacin service on the upper Mississippi, and turers and the grades of it differ widethrough Government assistance a new ly sometimes. Thousands of young fleet is to be (juilt fur this service, tin men entering the officers' training gar is being moved by barge from camps purchase their own uniforms, and this provides an opportunity for Louisiana plantations to New Orleans. a difference In the quality of tha The manufscture and consumption of goods. s 000 Tuesday. ' 000 Horse's Jumping Powers. If the render will carefully measure out B0 feet nn Idea of n horse's capacity In this direction will he Blithered. Such n distance n steeplechase horse called Old Chandler Is reported to have covered at Warwick many years ago; and there Is more than one apparently authentic record of a horse clearing over seven feet In height. The scene of such on exploit was at the I'hoenlx park. DtlbiiB, and the horse was called Turnip. The animal belonged to Sir K. Crofton, and the duke of Richmond, then lord lieutenant of Ireland, wagered .ri(K) that this height could not he cleared. A wall of the requisite dl-niensions was built, and when finished Turnip was ridden at It. lie did what was asked of him In perfect style, but It happened lhat his grace, not knowing that the feat was ready for performance, was not looking when the Jump was made, and Turnip was therefore ridden over It again, not only successfully, but easily. Loudon 1 Tit-Bit- are opening new accounts daily. Come in and talk over your banking with us. Our officers will be glad to meet you. It is the man with cash in bank whose voice is heard. Checking and savings ' ' We FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburjj, Ky. CORN WANTED! We want any. part of 500' bushels, No. 2 White Milling Corn, husk off, at once. See or write us quick. Catching The well-know- n Monkeys. 000 000 habit of monkeys to Imitate the actions of man is cleverly utilized by catchers In tak-Iuthe agile, climbing creatures captive, says I'opulur Mechanics Muga-ZtnThe hunters' method la to walk about for some time within sight of the wild monkeys, wearing short boots. Then the boots are taken off and gum is placed In their bottoms, after which e the men withdraw from the scene. long the curiosity of the imitative watchers In the trees gets the better of their caution and they descend and start to try on the boots, whereupon they discover that the footwear cannot be removed and, being unable to climb, uro easily eaptured. wlld-anlmHe-for- Hardinsburg Mill Both Phones MATTIISGLY g & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. Hill, from there it had been cleared to town. The heavy snow has caused several Joseph Taut, an old veteran of the barn roofs to cave in in this vicinity. Civil War, aged 90 years, is seriously ill with complications due to senility, at From W. E. Houston. his home uear Clover Crtek church. Wave Hawkins, of Louisville, win has been visiting relatives here and al Tobinspoit, has returned home. He has nude a contract to crop with his uncle, Alf Hawkins, this year over in Tobiusport, Ind. B. K. Frank has bought Alfred Blair's dwelliughouse ami several acres of land ut Maltingly. Consideration $400. Walter Newman and family will move to I'.vau ville as soon as the weather will permit. Myron Moorman's mill at Mattinglv has been a help to this community which has been for the last week. Flour and meal gave out at the stqee aud it was impossible to go to Cloverport. The men with several horses and snow drags turned out and cleared the road as far as the Ironore snow-bound Strong Negatives. 000 There is one great advantage about keeping both glass aud dim negatives In envelopes made of transparent paper that the negative cun he look si at aud Identified without taking It out of Its envelope. More negatives are dtimaged by being turned over to find some particular one than by the 'lapse of time, und the transparent envelope protects (ham from Injury from A system of tiling and this source. cataloging, by which any negative re- J7IO Garland Ave. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 16, 19I8 Mr. J. I). Babbage, Dear Sir: Knclosed you will find a money order for one dollar and fifty cents ($1 5O) for which you will please continue my subscription to the llrecken-ridg- e News for another year. Wishing you a prosperous new year, Very Respectfully Yours. W. E. Huston. More Faithful Than a Friend. n urn, O. Jan. 12, 1918.x Mr. Jtio. D, Habhage, Dear Sir: Please find enclosed money order for IM.5O for which extend my subscription for one year. I am always anxious to get the News. It always comes when my friends forget to write. Respectfully, W. Bruce Beanet. I9I4 8. Third i 000 quired can be found with a minimum of disturbance of the others, also tends to prevent damage. V ??afc aa 5A Brackenridge News. IWBDNBSDAY, JAN IS, ntr-r- t 191S SELAM IS DEAD Wash Board's Faithful Old Horse Passes Away One Night Last Week During the Blizzard. Selnm was bre.d in Old Kentnekv, Some thirty yents or more aR; He was tiled and true and plucky, But he couldn't stand this snow. Old and neglected, he lived to be the leaf upon the tree, hut blew away one night last week. His last ailrmnt was diagnosed as Hooveritis, a disease fatal to man or beast when allowed to run too long, fie was patriotic and (lid without corn nnd hay in order that the war horses ami mules miht have his share. He subsisted on fodder and fresh air until the air became too fresh and soured on his stomach from which EATS ANY KIND OF FOOD SINCE TAKING TANLAC. Kentucky Woman Tells ic Announcement. Kor Appellate Judge. We at hot Wlal to Hnnotinc" tie name ot J W. sftMUB M a candidate foi t lie Democratic nomination for Ap pellate Judge from the Second I livtriet in the primary, August, 111 IS. af Cloverport. Kv tthr Pot a Mfloncl olMt matter. Oflltor At APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE HIS I GENERAL OFFICES Put Stomach NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 1RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CIT'FS Shape. "It used to We are aulhorii-to announce Judge I', Settle as a candidate for re-- l How Ton ominatinn for Judge of the Court of Back in Appeals from the Second District, subject to t lie August, illiS, primary. W IIHlKIMc;(lr&-.!lcVfct- Here's a Pointer for All Housekeepers! ing necessary to win the war. It asks every home in Kentucky to make every Tuesday a R "Meatless Day"--n- o beef, mutton or pork; & every Wednesday a "Wheatless Day corn bread and substitute flour; every Saturday a "Porkless Day." Since the emergency is real serious, we hepe ALL WILL HKED THIS APPEAL. In view of the shortage of foodstuff, the Food Administration has found it necessary to visualize to our people, the amount of sav- : UTESFO POLITICAL nrl ANNOUNCEMENTS las For Precinct city Office I ' for County Office 8.50 5.00 15.00 Por State and District offices for Calls, per fine For Cards, per line .10 10 for All Publication-i- the inter-ea- t of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 death ensued. Kor hours Selam would stand hitched to an old rickety wagon and dream of the days of long ago, when he stood H. & knee-dein clover and was on intimate terms with corn and ha ; when he would gallop down to the brook iu Effective December 16, 1917. the meadow and quench his thirst and KAST BOUND Ill A. M. admire his sleek form in the mirage of will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Irvlnptcn Jill A.M. cool Arrlvin fxBtovill '''isw JJ- the wuuld and sparkling .strei.ni Then P. No. 144 will leave Cloverport hewake up and plod along his J JJ. Arriving Irtlnirton... 1 iff weary way, empty as a last year's Airlvlnir Louisville f. M A JJ. No. unwillleaveClover.ort Arriving Irvlngton J!2 T' M. bird' nest, but he was patriotic aud :2A. ..' Arrlvtnu Louisville game to the last. WEPT BOUND Alas, alack, poor Selam is dead. 141 will leave Cloverport JJ. No. JJWA. 12 :02 ?I" Arriving Owenshoro "Parson" Hilary Hardin was m ister : JJArriving Henderson m I JJ- of ceremonies, and delivered a most Arriving Ev.insvllle Arriving 8t. Lout eloqaent eulogy to the deceased. He 7 :4ft P. M. No. 143 win leave Cloverport Hawesvllle tm l, JJ- closed by reciting two touching poems, Arriving M. B:00 Arrlvlngowtnsboro "Who Killed Poor Cock Robit?" and 11 It f-- JJ- "Beautiful Snow. " No. 145 will leave Cloverport :On A. M. Arriving Owenshoro .... ,:??AArriving Henderson The honorary pall bearers were: H Arriving Kvansvllle 7:40 A.M. L. Stader, Thos. Downs, Hardin KinArriving St. Louis M A. JJ. der, Marion Weatherhoit, Bill Arbry, No. 147 will leave Shops 7:411A.M. Arriving Owenshoro :0u A. M. Hiram Moorman and Curt Pate Arriving Henderson NOTE: All parties knowing them' ' " nun '"""I selves indebted to the late firm of uliniiiimn Selum & Board will please come forI ward and settle with Wash. Those HHMHIIIHIHIMMIIIIIIIIItlMIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllHIIIIIIMIIIIini having claims against said firm will b4-Opresent same properly proven to Selam a Personal and Husiness on or before the first day of January, Nature Gathered (or Our Busy 11)47. Muffett. Train Schedule on Hie 1 L, St. L R'y. ep - i - . M- lood like beans, cabbage or onions would make me sick at my stomacn, but since I've been taking Tanlac cm tat am thing want,'' said Mts. Mary Hunter, 110 C.rav street, I, niisvilie, Kv. "I always had gas in my stomach after eating before I tiled Tanlac and I'd fel bloated," Mrs. HuUer continued "My appetite was very poor, too, and sometimes I had pairs iu my stomach. "I felt draggy and tired out and it was bard lor me to get at my work. I got up in mornings feeling tired and sometimes I'd get up with a headache that would last all day. "."somebody told me ttiat Tanlac was good for the stom:icb and finally I tried it. Before I had takeu all ot the first bottle saw that I raa getting better. I kept on taking 1 anlae though until I bad taken three bottles in all and now mv BtOBach is back in fine shape. I can eat any kind of food I want now and I'm reallv leeling well again." C.t TanlaC Malay if you aie not feeling right. Tanla lias helped thousands ol run down men and women, aud it will do f rf you wliat it has dune for 1 1 1 te that eating 2 i 1 ADVERTISEMENTS RATE I Ic Per Woril Each Intcrllon ' 1 ?Z& Notr Advertisers when vou w.int afl verttsenn-n- X?&7?iJaH?i pu ns, notify the editor discontinued HELP WANTED WANTED Man wlili team to crop on shares, mostly tobacooi good ground. M. L limner. I nlon (Har. Ky WANTED MISCELLEANOUS Grocery Dept. Open all Day Monday (if present Ruling is sustained i $ $ WANTED One ar loud of QoTflMi OM car loiad of hiiy IlurdlnsliurK Livery Hum, lliirdlnstiurr. Ky WAN rED You t IStM money by rt 'ituiK Hint BpttfC room or your ffCAfll hooiM iv running h Want Ad. In TBK HUE Mil All CKENIillMiE NEWS. other Departments closed Hondays until March 25th KOR I, i nut PctWppi POK SALli sale Lurn charob bell, weljrbt ;iuo imkN; will nrll at a harnRln.-i.')hiis)orr Ky. W. i r Mm W 11 tp L A x Ron JLIVy scliopp, rouiiU-- r fOM SALE TWO loot how CMM arl two show i'hsi's and ruuntrrtt. W. .1 ilitphf pOti Ky CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST OCOIipy - I otliers You can get Tanlac at Weddings's Located Dl ug Store. permanently in Hardimb'.'rg, log office recently vacated by LOCAL ITEMS. Readers. l iHIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIinillllllllUltlMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIII ::::::: Suoerior No.ih W. Talmi- - of Garfield visited relatives here I Ml wet k. ' Cirahm aualitv. V. G. Babbage. Miss Bsitha Power, GoerniK, Ky. hoppirtf last Tuaidaj, was in this cit Make known your wants tbroagb the want column of the Breckenridge News. Mr. and Mrs. John Coombs, Ski man were here last week the guests of rela- Hlank forms are being sent out to the schools which at still iu acaaioo. The to distribute these teachers are forms among tne pupils so that each pupil may see o:.e or mote farmers and fill the blank form with the iufornntion called lor. The inlormaliou iucludes hired neip wanted and already secured; number and kind of livestock on hand; acres and Vai lety M crops grown in; , W.u- na. add 1917. and to DB irovrfl in IHI8: and kind Farming .. or Buggi. s Dun tall to write tru m for and varkty of t ils to be porclia-eiSale, f. fail urvoy is being made by t heir lowest pi ices. rtqntst r f tt-- U. 8, Department of K. C 0' Bryan, lloe'i y villa wastlie Agiieu! tar and will be of inesiim ible guest ui Paul Lewis Wednesday. value iii datcimiuiug our industrial Oi o. Bess. Hardinstimg attended trie strength. Impli-roanU! I e Dr. Walker. Golden Rule Store We want to announce to our many patrons that our V. G. BABBAGE ATTORNEY (let my Rates for Collecting Notes and Mortgages by Suit in the Circuit Court. Cloverport, Kentucky parents Mr and Mrs. ""f"1 Wilson. Rev. Oldam officiating, Wash Caiin prfl has returned home from visited relatives for a Garfield when-hfew days .u is and Mrs. Mr and Mrs ROSCO Robtrt McDonald were guests of Mr. and Mrs J W. Davis Sunday S A Davis and family of Woo'row were guests ot Mr and Mrs J W Hlair nesdav. OcOtgt II Cray who has been in Illinois for the last two years has returned home Mr. and Mrs. RotCOt Davis were called to l.ouisviile Tuesday tvening by the illness of their daughter, Mrs. Robert McDonald Miss A'lene Carman spent the week end the guest of her cousins. Misses Kdna li. and Mahle Carman. (,f tri,U-'- s Dry Goods Department will be be closed funeral Mr of Mr. Frank Krai. Tuesday David Hhs'ps entertained the tives. WbltebooM and son have from Uanderaufl where ihey have been spiinlmg sevv ral wti ks. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Jolly, Houston, were in irvington .Monuay Trv.ato their new home in Indinapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs Oliver Lewis, Sidalia, Mo., came Home to attend tin- funeral of Mrs. Lewis' sister, Miss Nannie Mis. retiniud lrrd Hall. Robert Gillians and Jess Carlton, arrived here last week to accept positions as firemeu on the L 11. & St. L. R. R. Mr. Henry C. Fate and daughters, Mr. G. U. McCoy and Miss Claudia Pate were in Louisville Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams who at one time made their home in Ciover-po- rt have moved from Nashville to fttffnOQD id Friday Club S.lurifn honor of tier sist, r. Mi Jauu Crenshaw, Veriailic, who is spending part of the. wintc be re Mr. and Mrs Frank Wai field, Louisville, Mr. Ciaude Mercer and Mr. Heard, Marvin Hardinsburg, Miss TuesFoirie Hardio, Holt, wen-herday to attend the funeral of Mr. Frank Fraize. All prisons knowing themselves indebted to me for City and School taxes will please settle at once as tiie next notice will be an advertisement of L. V. Chapin, your property. City Tax Col. Tin re are IU4 kooklOBl of the county library and in tiie hands of te ichers. bonks have been cut Italy 'f lb three or f.nr year and a few even Re member there longer than that. miy be other teachers in the county waiting tat book which 011 have, so pit are return each book as soou as you can conveniently do so after you art through with it. This is a "circulat iug" library, so let It, "circulate " xxx every Monday for Ten Weeks; also our Grocery will be in comclosed a halt-da- y pliance with the Govern- Louisville. Win K. Kullinion, Chicago and Geo. Dukalle Falrleigh, Louisville repres-native- s of the Garratt Ca lahan Co., wero here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smart and their attractive little girl baby, Mary Louise Smart, Hard nburg lioute No. 2 wer Id Cloverport Tuesday shopping. KIber Wethiugton, Alton, III., who has bean visiting hi brother, P I). Louisville Stock Market. Wethiugton uear Hardinsburg stopped oil her Tuesday to visit relatives for Hog market MB lbs. and up, 16 5U; a day. Hi Us; pigs JM.40 (a TiO to 165 lbs. rougtis Walter l ate, who was a clerk in N. i5.4 ana market fit Uti BOW. active; Calves H. (Juiggins dry goods and grocery best veals 18.fi(l C" continues medium IUO0 store for the p.iit two years has accept- and commcn u ,i. ,.,. d Sheep and lambs li. it sneep '.) (, ed a position with the L. & N. shops, $10 ; bucks 8. down Bttt mo lit Louisville. 111 0 111.40; culls (!i Jltl 50; KordsviMe Plaining Mill Company, $8.00 fe 9 00 Fordsville, Ky., carry a uic stock of sei-on- In the notice concerning the death of Mrs. limtiia Jane Wetington in last week's issue of the Breckenridge News it was stated that Mrs. Wething'.on was the widow of Mr. Golan Wethington and it should have been Raphel Wethiugton G. H. Pile and Ova Board, Custer; JelT Firuner and Will Helmn, Woodrow: lien Butler and L. H. Hudson, Locust Hill were enrouU to Louisville Tuesday to sell tobacco. These gentlemen bad to walk from their hums to Garfield on account of the snow. . It I. Bisham of Humboldt, 111 , came in Tuesday to visit his mother, Mrs. Mr. Richard Carman, at Kmgswood Bashaui reports a big snow in his section but It is not so deep as it is iu Mr. Hasham Breckinridge county. will be at home for a tew days ouly. have been informed by ."r. Andrew conduct a Driskell that he will Normal School this spring as he has heretofore done for a uumber of years. Six Times as Large. Upon investigation he found that board Tiierc weri l,498,6fi0 enlisted will cost $4 01 $0 pjr week aud this men unci 110,868 ofltacra in the plus $1 per week for tuition brings the cost to the student up to or above the (J nilcd States Army tit lilt' open- cost of atttncliug the Slate Normal at Bg of L918, more thuti one itntl a Bowling Green. There is plenty of imii titnea tt- - Inroe us unv force free tuition for all who wish to attend ever before mobilized ly this the State Normal. In arranging our according ttt v tnteuient by salary schedule for uext year we shall ifi and $2 per Societ v of War linker. allow an iucrease month to ail teachers having a certili-Ca- t During the war vritb Spnin Iha of nilllllll at the State Normal A rosy of ibe United Stnteentita for ten aud twenty weeks respectively. itrength ngg'egnted Good toaid may be bad in Howling HHuitnuni i ne W5 to Is per wetk, Jn2,DtiO men nnd nlncsers. i5re.fi at from voui tuition wiii co t you untiling, and gritty in tin- Held it n in training ycur irevcate in salary will pay your )vv s ,.SV six times us railroad fare. Your increase i"P - arrcal the BMXiniuni nUI.ll. r aosal ' mcianc) will be mi gam to you I o misli Amei M.L. v,.,.e .litis In ...IIhiiiI the.Stile under arms m tin - spiiug. nr. We Want in Brock- cm Not m. t iniid couatj te: a r. who are in the Jkbt'lll 45,000 oficOrs were coin pm. ion to stay. If vou stay Ud from civil Uf itl la lUOCeed you most have the kind ol ties of training cnniDe, tw. training tun get at the StaLf N01m.il or nt ai l eiubt tituea'ei mtiDT us the iis quivaMM, I xxx ut ments Fuel order. We make grocery deliveries as usual Monday morning. 30C HOC Dm Farming Implements! Wagons, Buggies! We Have Them-Pri- ces Right-Qual- ,.,.(, ity Right the following Don't tail to any gt our prices on need: of that you may iii-- 0,4, xx Dumber of aaeja in the Eegulai 1, 1911 Columbus Wagons, Owensboro Wagons. Ames Buggies, Delker Buggies, Blount Chilled Plows, Oliver Chilled Plows, Blount Sulky Plows, John Deere Sulky Plows, Two-roCorn Planters, Riding Cultivators, Corn Planters, One-roDisc Harrows, Mowing Machines. Write Today. We can save you money. L. C. TAUL Insurance Office effort to make an agricultural survey of Kiacl.inridge county in four dais we may not be able to reach every tanner or even ecery school district. Tbia work is purely voluntary and for the abllf go ii. It wi groally faciii-ii- . u .iu vorh it tai inert, when in v call at my office and Uuidiu bi ask in ak torn leflll out, ami School News and Views. II put run oi sOBOol , when in liardins Ourg, atlll volunteer to carry out the I By J, H. Mc.i tor. V tony tvoarlllt Bdeat. Any l a it respective districts ks a .1 the matter will be for the The giadu.iiiou tx.iiniiiaiiou will be as held at Mctjuaiiy and Hardinsburg oil public got il and in a good cause. PHdaj aui1 Satuulay, au. 'is and M, la our Army April 1 "Church of Gold." There Is no structure Just like St. Murk's, In Venice, in the world, notes Its hulb- the Kansas City Journal. akapad domes and mtaeretllka belfries remind the visitor of the Orient. It seems more like u Mohammedan than u Christian temple. In the fueiide lire scores of variously colored marble FORDSVILLt JAKE WILSON, PLANING I MILL COMPANY F0R0SVILLE. KY. nroi poruti'ii Manager 3Var3B!J xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Cloverport, Kentucky XXX Thursday, January 3O, will be Tag LOCUST HILL Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Day for every coal shovel in the county. I have the tags in my office and will put them into the hands of the school children before that day. The purpose of this is to remind consumers of coal to save at least one shovelful of coal a day to help wiauhe war. An effort will be made iu every State to have each shovel tagged on that day. Companies Mrs. Robert McDonald, who has beeu the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis for a few days lias returned to her home iu Louisville. I. nit- II. Davis, Irviugtoii spent a tew days last week the guest of bis aunt, Mrs. Matt Wilson. Virgil Carman has returned home No Beta, no promise; no thorn uo throne; 110 cross 110 crown. Ami here is Beginning January 24, and continuing from Louisville, Babe Carman and Miss Oola Wilson another; A man must discipline his miiid to the 28ih, we shall attempt to make an agricultural survey of the county. were married Tuesday night at the home to mind. columns, each one a monolith and all possessing un eventful history. Some are from Kpbesus, otliers from Symr-na- , others from Constantinople and more than one even from Jerusalem. St. Murk's Is the treasure house of Venice, a place of pride as well as pruyer. The work of beautifying this old church was carried on for live centuries, und euch generation tried to outdo all tliut had preceded it. The walls and roof are so profusely covered with mosaics and precious marbles that It is easy to understand why St. Mark's has beeu called the "Church of UolU." Farms For Sale! We have two or three Farijis w hk h we can sell at prices that are attraac-tiv- e and on Very Reasonahle Terms. TRUST DEPARTMENT Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Help win tlio war. Huy Win Stamps and sine xxx yoji nOMJf, tXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXMC News Cullings Kentucky I smith's Urove When the home of Rcott Franklin a negro, burned flv.i miles south of here, hi wife ami flvo grandchildren lost their lives In II o Cynthlnna. LETTERS A WE LIKE 10 GET FROM SUBSCRIBERS An epitome of moat important event transpiring in state I I i t Whil sburg. Trachoma clinics are billed to he held In the several different lowtiH of Eastern Kentucky within the next few months. Lexington. Fayette Count y The Orand Jury returned an Indictment feafgtHH Thomas RlHlng with havinK mu rdr red W. F. Sehooler. Ezeklel Reynolds, mine aiiperlntenilent, and Walter Smith, by foreman driver, were overcome Mark damp In the llrowder mine of the Greenville Coal Co., seven miles east of here, and efforts to revive tbem failed. Greenville.- Grayson. Asa I.edingham, one of On. four men under indictment charged Y.ar with shooting to death Lafo Kitchen, Mr. John D. Uabbage, Cloverport, alias May, while he was returning to From Mrs. Caufman. Wickliffe. The Mississippi river at Ky., Dear Sir: We arrived here teste.'- his hMM, from attending church near point, two miles below the mouth by, was found guilty and sentenced to this Deal Mr. Babbagt : Find inclosed day all right. Stopping at the hotel of the Ohio, was frozen solid. Mis21 years in the penitentiary. Cieck for $1 tor which mark my paper I forgot to tell yuu to forwaril the paper souri farmers during the recent cold up for eight months. Mr. and Mrs. to St. Petersburg, which jou will please pell crossed Ireely. The oldest inHopkinaville. The home of Mr. and week from Frurk do. General delivery. Sincerest re habitants say they never saw the river c"rrit" wt,'e he"-- ' Mrs. Charl Hamilton, an aged couHi, 1 ww iciueuiuei ne was pasior in garus 10 an. Yours truly, ple of the Lafayette vicinity, was at this point frozen solid before. I Clover porti They are line, aud asked W. H Bowmer. burned and their Lexington. The General Assembly, about all you foils. Remember me to St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan. 18, 1918. grandson lost Its life. Mrs. Hamilton, the mother, attempted to save her according to announcement made by child, but the stairway was cut off by President Frank MeVty, of the I'ni- - Libel Suits Where There Can Brick For Bank Building the flames. im 01 ieiuucKy, win oe asKeu lor an appropriation aggregating $x2l,f00 Be No Allegation of Malice. Sent By Mail. Stanford The store of H. Routen-ber- for that institution. Of this amount it Is planned to expend $4,r6,000 for at Mi Kinr.oy, was robbed of a In a case in w Inch The Sun happens building improvements. Building and contract by parcel post EnCOn pie of good suits of clothes. to be concerned, the Appellate Division may be said to have become a reality, trance was effected by breaking a big of the Supreme Court in the First I)e front widow glass. Hloodho'inds were for there has recently been completed in Howling Green. In the Warren Cirpartuient, all five Justices concurring, .sent for, but tlure was so much snow cuit Court Willie D. Gillenwater, a Vernal, Utah, a substantial bank buildhas handed down an opinion of general on the cround they could not make a negro, was given three years In the ing made of brick, all of which, together successful trail. penitentiary on a charge of malicious interest to newspapers trying honestly to with the hardware, were delivered by 1918 cutting. Will Richardson, a negro, print what is so, and only what is so. the government's mail service. During the infantile paralysis epidemic Mud im.ii ville. A questionnaire f of was lined $100, 30 days in Jail, and Brick and the metal parts were sent ranch ised for two years on a charge of summer before last this journal pub- liStaea panes, turned in here, was from Salt Lake City in packages of the Send Your Subscriptions to answered in nine words. Across the of carrying concealed a deadly weapon. lishtd in a list of new cases reported by maximum weight permitted by the post front of the sheet these words were the Health Department the name and office. It reduired several weeks to ilewant no exemption. rift en: Tell Paris The books of the city of address of a certain child. There seeml liver HM materia! for the building, which Pershing 111 be there." It was sig.ied Paris are to be probed, according to to have been either an error of fact or a Cost $22,000. The stone and lumber b It V FrankllB, a school teacher in action taken by the city council. No mistake of location, A matress maker the county si hi ols Mar Hanson. intimalion of dishonesty on the part at the same address brought suit against were obtained in the vicinity, and the of any one was charged. "Hut wa The Sun, alleging negligent, careless, glass was sent from Salt Lake City by Richmond. A number of prominent v. on Id like to see the books opened," wrongful and untruthful publication, wagon. The bank building is shown in Madiaoa county hemp growers took was the the Pcbruary Popular Mechanics Maga comment made by Councilpacifying iujuryto his business and preliminary steps to form a licmu man Merrlnger, who offered the pool for tbll year's crop at a well atclaiming damages therefor. The counsel tended meeting here. for the defendant demurred to the comThe meetine Tomato Jelly. was provided over by John U. Field, of y Henry Trent II. W. Trent iP.X Datlt plaint. The plaintiff procured an order Howling Green. Ervin P. Ray, who Woodford county, of the State Departfur judgement on the pleadings, and the WW 4 a served four years as chief deputy to I cup tomatoes 2 tsp salt ment of Market! and Bxtenaton Work. Notice to Creditors. The Appellate his father, Sheriff John C. Ray, has defendant appealed. 1 bay leaf tsp sugar returned from Memphis, Tenn., where Court reserved the order for judgement 1 slice lemon 3 cloves A.J Gross and Kxecutor, Etc Pitts. Bbelbyville. .Mrs. Emmet r Mae Losolely on the ground stated as follows he took an avia-vs 1 2 tbsp granulated '.j cup cold water gal mu sued in Circuit Court by W. tion service. examination for the He passed successfully William G Pumphrey, Etc., Justice Smith: R. Gordon, a barber, for $6, Ml damgelatin and is awaiting further orders. He All creditors having claims aeaim-"We are of oppinion that the comages in Shelby Circuit Court. Cordon iook tomatoes With tor is a graduate of Center College at plaint wholly fails to state a cause of twenty minutes. Strain seasonings the estate of A. J. Gross are notified to Livery, feeks to recover for alleged personal and add gelatin action in the failure lo state that the winch has injuries claimed to have been sin been dissolved in the cold present same, duly proven, before the 1 publication was made maltcously and water. Add 1 taile d by him when the plaintiff Is of cup peas and '2 cup car. undersigned Master Commissioner Louisville. John W. Oliver was re- with a wilful qp.id to have run into him on October intent to injure the plain rots sliced either before putting in molds the Breckinridge Circuit Court, at his elected president of the Louisville tiff 's business All the damages 20, m;. : Ky. sought or after mixture becomes partly congeal office in Hardinsbur, Ky. , on or be- 1 Board of Trade at a reorganization fore February 8, t91S. Lee Walls, I a meeting, at which special resolutions in this action are damages to the plain- ed. 1 Maysville. Mrs. Menry Farwich, an were Master Commissioner Breckinridge Ciradopted calling upon Congress tiff's business. In fact that is all the aged woman, while on her way to cuit Court. to invoke extreme penalties on all damage that could be sought, and it is properly proven, as required by law, to chui ll here, fell on the icy pavement alien enemies guilty of outrairps perfectly evident that the plaintiff could A WAR PRAYER and cut a gash over her left eye. In- against the undersigned on or before the first property of manufacturing not truthfully allege, if he would, that Notice to Creditors. stead of turning back and returning companies. day of March, I9I8. there was any malice or wilful intent to By James Waterman Wise of to her home, she went on to church, P. D. Wethington, injure his business. It was apparently where her injury was discovered and the Vigilantes. Ermine Shellman's Executor, Etc , Pltfs. Henry Mattingly, Cynthlana. W. Albert Parker, a pure mistake and for the damages ac Father, we beseech thee vs a physician called. It required five wealthy Administrators. M. E. Church, South, Defendant. farmer residing at Twin cruing therefrom the party is without a Guard our boys tonight. Etitches to close tho wound. Keep, we pray, their footsteps All creditors having claims against ice, una coumy, snot Himself remedy. Hovey vs Rubber Tip Pencil On the paths of right. Administrator's Notice. the estate of Ermine Shellman, are noJackson. While at the Cope grave mioiiKii uie ncan wun a shotgun Company (67 N. Y. II9). In that case yard on Frozen Creek, Pearl Bailey, when lying in bed, dying instantly. Ho it was held that to maintain an action tified to present same, duly proven, bewas worrying about his stock and We have sent them glndly, 20 years of age, who had been assistAll persons having claims against the fore the undersigned Master Commisfor a libel injurious to plaintiff's busi For the fight is Just, ing in the digging of the grave where- afraid he woulu not have enough to ness it must be shown sioner of the Breckinridge Circuit late Fred W. Fraize, deceased, are nonot only that de Yea, their cause is holy. in was shortly to be placed the body feed them, when in reality he had plen- Court, ut hisofficein Hardinsburg, Ky. tified to present them, duly proven, as fendant's publication was not justified of feed and money. Glorious their trust. of Mrs. Kelly McGuire, fell dead from required by law, to the undersigned adon or Defore February 8, 19I8. in fact but that it was with malice or a teart failure which was perhaps ministrator, at his residence, in Harwilful purpose of inflicting injury. As LEE WALLS. Hold their fates, O Father, caused by excessive cigarette smok Fort Thomas The Board of EducaMaster Commissioner Breckinridge Cir dinsburg, Ky., on or before February In thy wondrous hand, ing, it M stated by his father. Wood tion of Fort Thomas adopted a resolu- the complaint contains no such allegaB, 1!H8 A. N. Skillman, cuit Court. Hrlng them back, if nuiy be, Baili tion to abolish the study of German tion the motion for judgement on the Administrator of the estate of Fred W. Buck to gruce our land. pleadings should not have been granted from the high school. Spanish will be Fraize, deceased. Georgetown. school year, and the order should be reversed " Charles Notice to Creditors. William substituted for the 1918-1For we loved them dourly and It was stated that the elimination Thus the Appellate Division squarely ths-ol- d laree-mo-n son of Rufus Neai But our path was clear; Of German would be permanent. It affirms the just principle that in an was found lead in beu. Notice. i no Robert Moore, Admr. of T.J. Moore's Honor bade us send them, was announced that German will be action of libel was apparently well at bed time Hi Estate, Plaintiff, upon plaintiff's business Father, be thou near I vs wnuci was awiiKe at i' o clock in continued this year only to allow pu- or place of business it must be alleged Breckinridge Circuit Court. Farmers Bauk, Defendant. the night and again at .') in the morn pils to" make up a certain number of .and proved that the public, tion was But If they must leave us, All creditors having claims against C W. Moorman, Adtn'r., Etc. ing anil gave the baby its bottle. The credits n naile with actual malice and with If It be thy will. vs. little one laughed and nursed its milk Plaintiff, the estate of T. J, Moore, are notified i,,tent t0 iujure- 'Che opiniou ,,as Father, we implore thee, w hen the mother awoke, and at ti, Frankfort.-T- he State Tax Commls- she to present same, duly proven, before Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. , Exor. Guide and guurd them still. a" obv,"us ''earing upon the large class found it dead. sion is working on the assessments of the undersigned Master Commissioner Defendant. the tangible property of the railroads of ()am,lKe sults for I'b'l Wdl are based of the Breckinridge Circuit Court, at All creditors having claims against the operating in this state. In many In- - on '""ol'l;t f mistaken statement aud IxMiisvllle. Two Indictments charghis office in Hardinsburg, Ky., on or estate of Sallie A Gross, are notified to ing Sheriff William E. Ross with vot- stances it Is understood that increase wil1' which every newspaper publisher in PUTS OFF THE UNPATRIOTIC before present same, duly proven, before tbe February 8, 1918. of this class, of property will be 100 this town is more or less familiar. New ing more than once at the August undersigned Master Commissioner of the LEE WALLS, primary, and with aiding in false reg-'- ler cent. It is predicted that the total York Sun. Jitney Driver Will Not Take Far. Master Commissioner Breckinridge Cir Breckinridge Circuit Court, at his office tration on October 3, were dismissed increase in the assessment of railroads From Persons Who Talk Against in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, on or before cuit Court. jn motion of Commonwealth Attorney this year will amount to $30,000,000. America. DELICIOUS CORN MUFFINS. February 8th, I9I8. the tentaUve assessments win likely NCakar, who said that his only was that of the election officers, be made this week. Lee Walls, Master Nashville, Mich. German eympa Notice. who were "prai tically accomplices." Commissioner Breckinridge Circuit Court. thlzers would sure have a hard time getting about the country If all comJackson. At Quicksand a difficulty All persons having claims or accounts mon carriers adopted the rule that Franklin. James M. Wright, a mer- arose netween Arch Gabbard, aged 37 against tbe estate of Mrs. Emma H. Powers-SuterItoy Wolfe has put Into effect on his chant of Franklin, was injured when years, and Carew Williams, aged about Skillman, deceased, as guardian for James Jitney bus. ' 21 or 22, which shortly ended in the cook stove exploded In his resi s Skillman, Jr., will file same, duly If he hears any one voicing opposiOscar Powers and Miss Alice Suter being a corpse from the effect dence and Hying pieces struck him tion to America while riding with him, proven as required ry law, with the uu both of Tobinsport, Ind , were licensed about the head and limbs. The water of a pistol ball which was tired by off he or she goes, to walk Uie rest of dersigued Master Commissioner in his to wed in Canuelton last week. WilllauiH fired, it Is said, front on the inside of the stove had Williams. the Journey. He has only one arm, the office at Hardinsburg, Kentucky, on or frozen and the expansion caused by five shots, only one taking effect. Both other holng taken off ut the shoulder, before tl.e 1st day of February, 19I8; heat was followed by the explosion. u.en were in the employ of Mobray Renewals. but he put off two men the other day also, all persons having claims against Window panes were shattered and the and Robinson and worked on the rollund offered to lick them both in the the estate of Mrs. Emma H. Skillman, ing stock of the narrow guage railroad furniture in the room damaged. Lodiburg. Ky , Jan 14, breckenridge Here's an old fashioned recipe for burguln. deceased, will file same duly proven with Wolfe runs a Jitney from here to News, Cloverport, Ky , Mr. Babbage: Flemlngsburg. Miss Hardenla Mar corn muffins that bus recently been Madisonville. Mrs. Mary Hicka, 55 the undersigned Master Commissioner as shall, of Mt. Camel, this count v linn revived and used with unusuul success Coldwuter by way of Buttle Creek and above stated, on 01 before , years old, who formerly lived at the 1st day of Enclosed find check tor News for one been elected principal of the high in severul of the larger New York ho- Union City, and though that Is the wuy thiB county, died at Hopkliisvllle year. Yours Yery Truly, February, I918. and her body brought here for inter- school here, to succeed 1'rof. A. E. tels: To muke three and u hulf dozen he makes his living he has the grit to W. P. Allen. This 14th day of Jauuary, 1918. refuse fares from unpatriotic people. ment. Mrs. Hicks grieved over the Arnold, who takes the place of Super muffins take one quiirt milk, six ounces Falls of Rough, . Ky., Jan. 14, 1918. Lee Walls, draft of her son in the National Army intendent Prof. H. O. DeDong, who re- butter substitute, twelve ounces of Master Commissiouer, If you want to get a thing put off, take light syrup or honey, four eggs, pinch Breckinridge I am enclosing check for paper. to such an extent that it preyed on signed on account of ill health. Yours Truly, -- JP of salt, two ounces baking powder, it to the man who has little to do. The Circuit Court. her mind. Maysville. The Chesapeake & Ohio one and a half pounds cornmeal and man with nothing but time on his bands Jno. Fisher. me and a half pounds rye flour. The is living evidence of a dead one positive Louisville. Expansion of the na- Northern Railway Co. has filed amendsyrup should be thoroughly proof of lack of efficiency, energy, Administrator's Notice. tional army Quarters at Camp Zacbary ed articles of Incorporation increasing butter and During 33 years of mining, Alaskans or Taylor, calling for an additional out- Its capital stock from $3,500,000 to mixed ; then add the eggs gradually. something else important. produced more than 391,000,060 in gold. Pour In the milk and add the ry. flour , $4,200,000. Shares of stock are lay by the War Department of All persons having claims against the silver, copper and other minerals. Busy men systematize and then depuOf at $100 per value. Maysvill. la mixed with corumeal and baking la being planned at division tize. They get things done and out of estate of W. R. Wethington. deceased, this amount 1393,000,000 represents tba uuued as the home office. of tba camp. Partner, the way. ara hereby notified to present them value of the gold. your fHtnilv. Respectfully, : Mr. Miss Catherine Middon, re Rove Caufman Cynthlana, was seriously burned on new my Mib criptloo to in II ecken- - Kessellville, Ky , Jan. I7, I9I8. the hands and arms when a pan of rldgl New.-- fa) J uly, lard she was rendering was overturned, M Kinder. From An Old Subscriber. pilliafl the grat .ri her Cloverporl, Jjd. It), iOs Lis Angeles, Cal., Ian. I4, 19l8 persona N'ioholasvllle. Twenty Mr. Juo I). Babhage, Cloverport, have failed to submit their questionRenewal From Frymire. Ky., Dear Sir: Enclosed And check on naires to the local board and since Mr. Jno. I). B ,bl Dear Sir: I Hrecklniidge B.nk for $1 60 for Breck- their time has expired they are wanted for desertion of the United States am sending 'ot the Beckenridv e eiiridge News for year WIK Kegaids arm v. New. for Ida fears el 1017 a ad iflts. i to everybody. Truly, reui:iiu as ever, j our li ieid, Jno. W Vest. MM VV. 2lth street. Henderson. Alva Mlackwell, a lead . Park Birr. ing merchant, wag found dead In bed. Frymire, Ky , Jan 21, i!M8. Death Is attributed to grief over the Lewis Jolly in Indianapolis. xx death of his brother W W Black. Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky., weii. past suprt mc chancellor of tho Taking Advantage of Club Rates Enclosed please find check Kmgnts or pythlas, who died three BrKkanrWga News, Cloverport, Ky. Gentlemen: weeks ago for 9i 50, for which send the News to Gentlemen: For the enclosed $5 y u me In cate of William Small Company, will please send daily Louisville Herald Danville. City Attorney Chenault Indianapolis, Indiana. npply the balance on my Huguely fell on the icy steps at the oieearand Yours very truly, government building, ills left hip was subscription to the Bitckeuiidge News. L. H Jolly. Yours truly, dislocated and it is feared that one of Houston, Tx , Jan 18,1918. the bones was lractured. He apparentJas. In Macy, ly lost his footing on the top step and Gji field, Jan. It, I9I8. Mr. and Mrs. Bowmer in Florida fell down to the pavement. pf , i Local Subscriber. Johi ). Hibhagi - Ple.ve Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridge News $1.00 1.50 $2.50 One 1 xxx rM1 xxx Both 1 Year for $2.25 Year xxx Evansville Daily Courier The Breckenridge News $5.00 1.50 $6.50 Both One Year for $5.75 Louisville Daily Herald The Breckenridge News $3.00 1.50 xxx xxx $4.50 Both One Year for $3.75 I Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News $3.00 .50 1.50 $5.00 All For Only $4.00 This Offer Positively Expires Feb. 28, dls-fn- I - The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. J " - Lfffljps 1 I nardinsburg Livery Feed and - I r t Sale Stable nardinsburg, i t "''l' 1 i s. Uab-bard'- Beu-lah- $360,-COO- head-quarter- s Hoover said, "an examination was any moment a torrent of shell may armade of the costs nnd profits of refinrive. a day, In four years of war the Indusing and It was Anally determined that Pursued by Shrapnel. trial loss mounts up to fTb000,0QQ,0Ml the spreail between the cost of raw The plane was percept ib'y lower; It Than is no tftapoaltloa on the part and the sale of refined cane sugar almost seemed us f fa HUTj lelon-mii- -l go tjka expendiof the allies to should be limited to $1.30 per hundred ft have been aroused, pt off ture. It Is the highest price that hn pounds. The prewar differential bnd toward home, pursued by the grating ever boon paid In history for anything averaged about 8." cents and Increased wraprtel that it dodged us if by I but the thing pun he d Is security for American Price Rigidly Regulated costs were found to have been Impos1 "f " mMay it Figures Stupendous Itywid Pow- the application of thee same forces ed by the war In increased cost of re- Episode Illustrative of One of by United States Food to peaceful alms in the future. It Is io quiver, its tan w nt up, at. fining, losses, cost of hags, labor, InsurMany Diverse Phases er of Human Mind to It begi n to dive steeply. The entry literally true that the men and money ance, Interest and other things, rather Administration. watched it eagerly through nis glasses. spent In this war could hnve transmore thnn cover the difference. After Compass. of the War. Was It I ruse to escape the shell, or formed the earth. They could have prolonged negotiations the refiners wns it hit? slowly the plane b an to established universal sanitation, uniCONSUMERS HERE PAY 9c were placed under agreement estabturn over ns II fell, nnd lien all it versal education, eliminated bnibiir-Isit- i lishing those limits on October 1, nnd and savagery, reclaimed all the anything over this amount to be agreed CLOSE VIGILANCE NECESSARY once, nil control seemed to lag eg it, MOST OF THEM ARE KILLED and II dropped steadily, timing over waste lands, established comtminhu-llon- s Sugar Cost 35 Cents a Pound Durlno extortionate under the law. and over, Ike sun flashing from its by rail nnd steam with every "In the course of those InvestigaCivil War Refiners' Profita rwthjge as It did so. Lower and Big Price Being Paid for the World's corner of the globe, nnd brought the tions It was fohnd hy canvass of the Three Whittles; Presto, Battery CamNow Curtailed. lower It fell, until only n few hundred ouflaged! In This Instance Venmillennium nearer by a long stride Mcney Cost Future Security Cuban producers that their sugar had, feet from tile ground, when it turned during the first nine months of the At least, (lie human meg has eea-e- d turesome German Machine Nearly $175,000,000 a Day on lis side and crashed swiftly lo earth, to ho awed by the magnitude of any Plunged to Earth. Capital Cut Down. 8ugnr Is soiling today throughout past year, sold for an nvernge of about I mile or so from the lmllory. M.21 per hundred f. o. b. Cuba, to project. In the hc'l of war. men have America at from 8V4 to 0 cents n which duty and freight added to the The sentry blow his wlil tle once learned that no task Is too great for By FREDERIC J. HASKIN. London. The airplane sentry snt mere, and tiepound to I lie consumer, oven tlioiiKh refiners' cost amount to about $5.00 battery returned to Its them, and that Is a thought worth car(Correspondent nf ti e Chicago News.) on his solitary mound In the middle of work there la a world shortage which has per hundred. The average sale price CheerlOf ami whistling. rying Into times of peace. Kvery Washington. I). ('.- - The figures rereduced this nation's sugar allotment of granulated hy various refineries, ac- the field In tho'hot sunshine. Ills busi- one had soon the machine come to ness was to wntch for hostile airplanes lating to the cost of this war are stucording to our investigation, was about earth ami was proportionately elated. to 70 per cent, of normal. pendous beyond tin power of the huand warn tin- - battery of their ap- Hut. as always, a OLDEST MARINE IS GUIOE Through the efforts of the United $7.50 per hundred, or n differential of proach. It chivalrous feeling dots not sound a very ardu- their fallen enemy was Mingled for man mind to compass. $1.81. with 8tates food administration the sugar The number of men killed In buttle "In reducing the differential to $1.30 ous business, but It Is one that requires the men's Joy. market has been regulated ns far ns "FlOCky sportsman, thnf," said one, hus been between IJMflM and there was n saving to the public of 51 eonsidornble training If mistakes are the producer, rellnor and wholesaler to bo avoided. Airplanes fly too high Offsetting the number of ITnd such n difcents per hundred. and the rest echoed his scnlimonts. Is concerned. The food administration for their distinguishing deaths which would have occurred in ferential boon In use from the 1st of nowadays has no power to regulate retail prices limes of peace, it is safe to set the have marks to he discerned, even through Y. M. C. A. WORK IN except by public opinion. Been though January. 1017. the public would COW SHED war loss at more than ".ttKl.tHH) men. envod In the first nine months of the the best glasses. The sentry must ho more than So, 000 tons of sugar have able to detect the enemy as soon as InThis Is about one man In twontj for been shipped to Prance In the Inst year about $21 800.000." Work comes In sight, nt whatever angle he Recreational for American rack year of the whole number moNext Year. four months the retail grocers sugar Troops in France Eogur. In may happen to he flying; and with so bilized. price Is nround H to H'fr cents. lie With a view to more efficient organmany different typos of machine In the Humble Surroundings. The figures are large, but they are should sell this" sugar at H',4 to ! ization of the trade in Imported sugars nlr this requires experience and n based on the greatest armies the world cents, the food administration believes. next year two committers have boon qui ok eye. Purls, France. Refreshments and has over seen. Moreover, the death and asks the American housewife to formed by the food administration : The experience ho had gained by be- amusements were provided by the rate has been falling steadily throughpay no more than this amount. repre1. A committee- comprising ing attacked for some days to an anti- American army and navy Voting Ifen's out ihe war, as methods more economsentatives of all of the elements of aircraft bat lory w hoso business it was Christian association for the first ical of human life are adopted and Last August when the food administration was organized the price of American cane refilling groups. The to spot all hostile planes at once; American troopg statioaed dor training hospital efficiency, Incrcaeoa. Hot sugar rose suddenly to 11 cents n principal duty of tills committee Is to QnickneSI of vision was Inbred in him. in lie first lino trenches. The Work nations lose least. Ska During he Civil War sugar divide the sugar Imports pro rata to 'or he nnd an RngUshroana love of begnn in a earn shed in a Httla vil pound. sia has suffered casualties dispropor cost the consumer 80 cents a pound. their various capacities and see that "port. The attitude of watchfulness lage iusf behind the front line tionately largl because in t h" lirst By regulation of the sugar market and absolute justice Is done to every re- seemed natural to hhn ns ho sat with g for'lie direction of In D. Rbaw, year of the war her troops were oral ! reducing the price to cents ntier. nnd his glass slung round his neck, bis eyes mer Collin, iih; university football playto the front poorly supported by nrfil-lerand keeping It from advancing to '20 er. The equipment to he. v. lib con2. A committee comprising three repsearching the skies all u,bniil him. and sometimes literally unarmed. cenls the food administration has sav- resentatives of the Knglish, French A couple of hundred yards away, the sisted only of a small supply of chocoOg the western froiil the Kreneh losses ed the American public at least 1180V and Italian governments; two reprelate, cigarettes and mulches, which wore battery was nt the height of its mornheaviest for the first two years, 000.000 In four months, according to sentatives of the American rellners, ing toilet. The big guns wore uncov- were passed out to the men as they but ns Kngland takis over the bulk of a statement made by Herbert Hoover with n member of the food administrapassed the hut on Iu4r way "up the the lighting ered and the ami their her Casualties Inereuse the other day. Soon ho cow shed w as abantion. Only two of the committee have assistants were performing the morn- line." and those of lYnnce full off. repfe-sen- t "It Is our stern duty to feed the al- arrived from Kurope, hut they ing ablutions of their charges, washing doned for large, hospitable room with Total of 5,250,000 Disabled. lies, to maintain their health nnd The du- out the bores gad scrubbing them with n inugnltleent fireplace. The assoola- the allied governments. In addition to the dead, the permastrength at any cost to ourselves," ties of this committee are to determine the tlon hendriuarters in Purls largely plasnbn brushes that Mr. Hoover declared. "There has not the most economical sources from a take four men to push through. The augmented the supply of refreshments nently disabled total nbout &2SO,000 aj been, nor will be as we see It, enough transport point of view of nil the alartificer was testing pressures; the and provided magazines, writing pa- men. Thus the net loss in men sugar Tor even their present meagre lies to arrange transport at uniform seetlon oflieers and air There their layers were per, and a talking machine, which was amounts to nbout 13,(HH),(HI0.1().(HI0,(KM) nnd depressing ration unless they send have probubly been nbout 111,'?, lO HlPlfl W MM K'lvill Ollfe.li busy with the sights. Behind the guns, on "active service" from early mornships to remote markets for It. If we between the United States nnd allies, again, groups of men wore laying men less seriously wounded in such a shells ing until late tit night. In our greed and gluttony force them TlTe Y. M. C. A. secretaries did not way that they have either been resubject to the approval of the AmeriIn rows, taking them from the heaps In either to further reduce their ration can, English, French and Italian gov- w' ioh they had been dumped by tie confine their work to the huts, but turned to the front or able to pursue or to send these ships we will have ernments. ammunition column during the night. wont almost to (he front trenches some useful occupation in civil life. done damage to our abilities to win Some realization of the meaning of This committee, while holding strong The whole orchard wns n scene of ac- with newspapers, magazines, tobacco, this war. these totals may be gleaned from the views us to the price to be paid for tivity, and concealment was out of the and other supplies. reflection thnt the dead and the total- Cuban sugar, has not had the Until question while It lusted. "If we send the ships to Java ly disabled equal more than half ihe voice. Tills voice has rested In the for 250,000 tons of sugar next year Sudden Transformation. governments concerned, together with men In the United States. we will have necessitated the emDAYTON HAS LEAGUE Suddenly the nirplnne sentry stood the Cuban government, and I wish to The money cost is a vastly more ployment of eleven extra ships for J. D. Stlekuey who joined the United TO WATCH ALIENS confusing problem. state emphatically that nil of the gen- up. gazed at n distant spook In the sky The total Is be--i States navy In MM came to a French one year. These ships If used In through his glasses for a few seconds, tlemen concerned ns good commercial yond ull comparison with any nationtransporting troops would take port with bis squadron in the men have endeavored with the utmost then blew three blasts upon his whis150,000 to 200,000 men to France." Dayton, al debts, lonns or expenditures of the O. The American lernuin war of 1870. patience and skill to secure a lower tle. Before the echoes hnd died nwny past. At the beginning of the war Mr. Stlckney has in his official caProtective league, to Reason for World Shortage. began In the price, nnd their persistence has re n furious $30.0(K),(I0() n day. It was the cost of with Fader gl authorities In runpacity as guide at the Louvre, Paris, As Mr. Hoover pointed out, the duced Cuban demands by 15 cents per battery. The cleaning squads put ning down slackers nnd seditious predicted Europe could not stand It talked to all the crowned heads of EuUnited States, Canada and Kngland hundred. The price agreeil uKn is down their utensils and drew up the aliens, has been orgnnized hero. for six months. Now, well nlong in rope with the exception of the kalsor. were sugar Importing countries before about $1.00 per hundred pounds, f. o. I. the artificer put his span- the fourth yonr, the cost Is nearly He Is now uttnehed to the American Practically every factory, shop, the war, while France and Italy were Cuba, or equal to about $0 duty paid ners In his pocket and sprang under $17.1,000,000 a dny and there are no soldiers in Purls und unofficially ucts business house and industrial very nearly self supporting. The main New ihe nearest tree, where he wns Joined York. signs of a financial breakdown. enterprise In Dayton Is repreas Interpreter. sources of the world's sugar supply by the section officers nnd their assist- It has become Increasingly evident ' was Germany and neighboring powers, "This price should eventuate," sented In the league's memberants. The shell numbers hastily Mr. Hoover said, "to about $7.30 ship. that lack of "money" will never make $500 LIBERTY BOND AS TIP the West Indies and the East- - Indies.. ' their work with leaves and brush-wooper hundred for refined sugar from tiny nation surrender. As long as sufThe medium between the pubGerman sugar Is no longer available, and hid themselves under cover ficient economic resources actually exthe refiners at seaboard points or lic und government secret agents as It Is used entirely In Germany, Hotel Employee Gets Nice Present of the shed that neled ns an iimmuni- ist In Rio shape of men and munitions, should place sugar in the hands of for the transmission of Informawhich also absorbs sugar of surroundtlon store. In ten seconds, where all From Old Patron of the Estabfood nnd beasts nnd Iron und steel, the consumer at from 62 to 9 tion relative to seditious remarks ing countries. the activity had been the sharpest eye lishment. so long can the nation in question concents per pound, depending upon and efforts to escape the draft England can no longer buy 1,400,000 would have seen nothing hut a compact locality and conditions of trade, or tinue to make war. In looking for n Is Dayton's postmaster, who Is long tons of sugar each year from orchard, with here nnd there n group of Kansas City, Mo. Ten years ago Germnn breakdown the eye should at from 1 to 2 cents below the receiving written messages dally Germany. The French sugar producmen sheltering under trees, Invisible prices of August last and from f turn not toward the absurdly deprecl-ute- Joseph Hurtles of Bartlosvllle, often from cltlzeus furnishing clues. tion has dropped from 750,000 to from the air. to a cent per pound cheaper Gorman mark, but toward what stopped at the Baltimore hotel while tons. The Italian production has The flerman airplane made a wide Germany has left In men nnd food and on business in this city. Among the than today. fallen from 210,000 tons to 75,000 tons. youths who served him was Alvin J. sweep over the lines nt a great height, Thus three countries were thrown "There is now un elimination of the nucleus of a scuttered pattern of SENSITIVE ABOUT HER FEET steel. Hawkins, a page, who took u liking to Its Future Mortgaged. upon East and West Indian sources speculation, extortionate profits, und shrapnel thnt Ihe Oklahoma man. hurst all around It, This Is because a nation can mortfor 1,025,000 tons annually to maintain in the relinlng alone tbe American leaving puffs of smoke thnt hung like As the years went by Hurtles conIhelr normal consumption. people will save over $25,000,000 of oottnnwood against the clear blue of Kansas City Woman Resents Refer gage its future like a man who enters tinued to slop ut the hotel, and Hawence to Her Pedal Extremities a shop with gggptjl pockets and pays kins, now promoted, continued to look Because of the world's shipping the refining charges last year. A part the sky. Then, apparently not liking by Judge. for goods with signed notes pledging after bis every whim. Ho was always shortage the allied nations started of these savings goes to the Cuban, the look of n couple of British fighters the lubor of his children. The world's alert in making the Oklahoma man's drawing on the West Indies for sugar; Hawaiian, I'orto Itlcnn and I.ousiaiiian that rose to pursue It, It made off, Kansas Citv, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. by Fast Indian sugar took three times producer and part to the consumer. without having been anywhere near Charles Miller, n bridal couple, quar-th- e debt since the wur has increased ex- stay enjoyable. has the number of ships, since the dis"Appeals to prejudice against the Now Hawkins is superintendent of battery. The uirplune sentry blew n.(,,i wnMn 48 hours ufter their lmir. $iK),OuO,000.(KMi. The total cost $l.r,000,-000,00ceeded this figure by at least tance was three times as great. Sudfood administration have been made his whistle once more nnd the covers rllg0- service at the hotel. The other day Tht,lr troui,les came before the difference representing the Bart denly the west was called on to furbecause the Cuban price Is 34 cents were stripped off the guns and the In- - ju,ige tIoe K,.irraan of the muutolpal amount levied In tuxes In excess of the on lea called and found his old friend nish and did furnish 1,420.000 tons of above that of 1917. It Is said In effect u iiupicii the Job. iui. u iii on itKUlu. court. sugar to Europe when 300,000 tons a that the Cubans are at our mercy; Interest requirements. "I want to give you a little tip," A Second Invitation. Mrs. Miller explained that her hus- r Is eusy to see that If nil the Interyear was the demand. It The that we could get sugar a cent lower. Bartlei told Hawkins, us he placed a But the sentry redoubled his vlgl- - bnnd mnde n sarcastic remark about est Is puld to people living In the folded paper In his hand. allies had drawn from Java 400,000 We made exhaustive study of the cost her feot- ns she slipped on the Ice United States, and the principal ut tons before the shipping situation be- of producing sugar in Cuba lust year lance. The battery had made Itself When the hotel mnn opened the paunu" HuOW- on 8 downtown corner, and came acute. the end of the term also paid to rest- - per he found u $000 Liberty bond. through our own agents In Cuba, and exceedingly unpopular with the Ger- the Quarrel "In spite of these shipments," Mr. we find It averages $3.39, while many mnn; It had recently put several of to Interfere. ensued. The police hud dents In the United States, the United States us a nation Is no weaker flnun- higher level. We his guns out of action, besides account- Hoover stated the other day, "the producers are at MEXICANS ARE NOT DRAFTED The JU(1Be ndmonlshed them nnd dally for hnvlng borrowed $'20,000,000, English government In August reduced found that an average profit of at ing for a big ralnenwerfer that had an-SU8U advice: 000 than If It hud never borrowed a the household sugar ration to n basis least a cent per pound was necessary noyed the Infantry In the front ltne, Bave 8ome be more "Try to careful next time." cent. Such enormous loans will prob-- I President Carranza Denies Reports of 24 pounds per annum per capita. in order to maintain and stimulate and It was evident thnt he meant to ne advised. That His Countrymen Are Being ably effect a redistribution of wealth, production or that n minimum price of discover Its position somehow. There And In September the French governAs tne cup'e started to leave the for the Interest charges will be met Molested by Americans. ment reduced their household ration $4.37 was necessary, and even this were several German bnlloons up as It was, though a fortunate rise In the Jud8e remarked: pounds a year, or a bit over would stifle some producers. by taxation, and provision mude for to 13 "Your ought to a sinking fund In the same way. By Mexico City. In reply to lower Even this 1 pound of sugar a month. "The price ultlmntely agreed was 23 ground Just hid the buttery from their hold you fee " lok UD view. Nor wns It likely that on u duy meagre ration could not be filled by cents above these figures, or about h redistributing this luxation wisely and house, which sought information re"J noP" ou fal1 flat the first when visibility was so good the enemy equitably, the end of the period that garding tile statement that Mexicans the French government It was found of a cent per pound to the Ameristop nt one casual airplane. It ute you 8tPP outside the door." early In the fall. America was then can consumer, and more than this the Liberty bonds have to run may are being drafted and enrolled In the far more likely that he would send Plled Mrs- Miller, as, with reddening well see n more elllclent balance of American army, President Curruuzu asked for 100,000 tons of sugar and amount has been saved by our reducsaid that there wus no truth In thd succeeded In sending 85,000 tons hy tion in refiners' profits. If we wish to them over at Intervals throughout the cheeks, she backed out of the court wealth thnn the present. room. report that Mexicans ure being moDecemhor L The French request wos stifle production in Cuba we could day. As In reckoning war strength, the lested or unlawfully enlisted in the granted because the American houseAnd so It happened. Before an basic realities of the problem lire ecotake that course Just at the time of all hold consumption was then at least 55 times in our history when we want hour was past a second speck appeared LOVER BORROWS A "FATHER'' nomic rather thun tliiancial. Such Anierleun army, which was being orpounds per person, nnd It was considproduction for ourselves nnd the al- in the sky and again the scene shifting part of the great wur loans as Is in ganized on account of American parered the duty of maintaining the lies. Further thun that, the stnte de- took place on the blast of the whistle. Oklahoma Youth, Under Legal Age, cstcd In convertible factories, In ticipation in ihe war. He explained that the draft law reFrench morale made our course clear." partment will assure you that such a This time the hostile plane was shup- Seeking Marriage License, la Increase of food production and simicourse would produce disturbances In ing a course that would bring It very Today the sugar situation may Resourceful, lar real assets, cannot be regarded ns quired ull foreigners, including MexiCuba nnd destroy even our present nearly over the buttery, and the sentry be summarized by stating that If lost. On the other hand, the dollars cans, to register and undergo inedleul supplies but beyond ull these material watched It with some concern. On It America will reduce Its sugar conBartlosvllle, Oklu. C. O. Gray, that ure spent for shells which ex- examination; that those not American sumption 10 to 15 per cent, this reasons Is one of human Justice. This gggagj the shrapnel bursting furiously twenty, of Chootuw, got u father, a plode and ships that sink are lost In citizens or unlit for service were exempted nnd licit the ministry of forgreat country has no right by tbe round It, diving and wheeling to dls- - girl nn, nation will be able to send 200,000 marriage license, all In one fact. eign relations bus been doing its full might of its position to strangle Cubu. more soldiers to France. concert the gunners' aim. It swept dny. Recently ho applied to tki World's Capital Cut Down. the battery, went straight on for a trlct court clerk for a marriage Sugar today sells at seaboard re"Therefore there Is no Imposition Moreover, the cost In dollars Is no duty toward Mexicans residing lu the minutes, then turned and cume eense. Being only twenty, that k fineries at $7.25 n hundred pounds. upon the American public. Charges measure of the reul economic :ost of L'ulled States. again. Hud It seen uny thing sus- - ca nud to refuse the Important poTbe wholesale grocer hus agreed to buve been made before this committhe wur, because It takes no account limit his profit to 25 cents a hundred tee that Mr. Itolph endeavored to ben-- t pulous? The sentry scanned the or-- 1 per. of ihe destruction of prop- - TEACH COLT TO LIKE GRAIN plus freight, and the retail grocer Is Young Gray (lectured that both bis erty that hus taken place. This rep- ilt the California relliiery of which he chard sharply. Everything Wgg In per-supposed to take no more thun 50 cents was manager by tills 34 cent increase feet order, not even a bully-bee- f tin parents were dead und he had rustled resents a cutting Into the cupital of Should Be Done Before Young u hundred pounds profit. This regu- In Cuban price. Mr Itolph did not fix lay about to betray a sign of human for himself since he was ten years the world. The sinking of millions of ThisAnimal Is Weaned Allow Lib by the food adminiswere no trucks visl- - 0i. He left the court determined to tons of shipping, the lation was made the price. It does raise the price to occupation; there destruction of eral Ration ot Alfalfa. tration, which now asks the housewife that hie ueross the gruss ; every trifle was wn out some way. the Hawaiian farmer about cities, the riivugiug of furm lands, the covered up. It Is on detulls to reduce sugar consumption as much amount. It does not raise the profit of Later he returned with one "Mr. deterioration of Industrial equipment The eolt should bo taught to eut as possible, using other sweeteners, the California refinery, because their like this that the safety of a buttery Gray," who said he was the futher of In the last three yeurs, are only a few grain before It Is weaned, and after and also reminds her that she should charge for redoing Is, like all other re- depends. Upon tbe slightest hint that the boy und wan ready to give his K kg items that must be charged to being weaned should lie allowed a Is hidden In u particular spot Bent to his "son" getting married. The pay no more than 9 cents a pound for llners, limited to $1.30 per hundred aCCOUBt. One huge Item Is the afgj ration of alfalfa or clover huy sugar. tne uirpiune culls up Iti guns und cierk Uaued the llceiiae, and then re-pounds, plus the freight differential on labor of SS.000,000 meu who have been with other uvaihible roughage, such us ' ranges on the nlaee. And ever Cane Reflnere Profits. i he established custom Control of of the trade. taken completely from productive oc-- corn fodder, kutir butts, cane ha, tod "Immediately upon the establishward one has the uncomfortabte feel- -' "Mr. Itolph has not one penny of cnpaUous. Even reckoning their value straw. I lag that oue la snapected and that at parents were dead. ment of tbe food administration," Mr. In that reHuery." to baakwtry at tbe moderate sum of AMERICAN SUGAR ON WATCH FOR 13 SENT TO FRANCE mm wh AIRPLANE SCOUT is cost or WAS i I -- poll-ho- - un-dt- -- y limber-gunner- s t I I ubie-bodio- scone-shiftin- g eov-ore- d one-hal- 210,-00- d 0 ' I j 0, pre-wa- - - 1 ' ' 0 one-fift- mln-wou- re-w- - dls-ov- er 1 j lth-Ih- ZST.ZJIZJTSJTZ.Z: .TTL ... tl ' BETTER HAVE US MAKE YOUR OLASSES Satisfaction is what vott pay for ami OfT when W9 make them. LQNSE8dupHitd. THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY 613 Fourth Avenue ROM. J. BALL Louisville, Ky. We Are Manufacturers. "Ask Any Oculist" IRVINGTON Leonard Oallowny. visited till par Mr and Mrs John Osllovvay week. Mr and Mrs. Koiiert (tlWMMl pi nt Sunday in Louisville. Mri. WfllMlim Johnson was called to Camp Zaihtry Taylor last week to si her son, Henry Johnson who Is quia ill. Mra. John Kocpi eke and baby, Wis , are visitirg Mr. and Mrs. Alliert Scbindler. Miss lit Hies, Lrfji'lsvilla and Lee B Ilium, New Albany will upend the wt i k rd with Misses Anne Jennings and Mildred Chitwood Mrs. S. IV I'aika went to Frankfrrt P Monday to j jin liar husband Dr. snt, lt Marco;. Wiithford spent last Wed nasday with Mr. and Mrs. Mat Payne. Heavln HfMlfCfi Mi. and Mr Mattoon. Ill , visitad Mr. and Mra. y on lltnr.igar last week BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAW, K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LfcWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT "' .1 I'iggott Fuel administrator of the district has bean iiuite tuy giving information In regard to fuel eonser Me was present at the War vation. Work Council In Louisville last wetk. Miss Francis Jjhnson and Master I.eroy Leans Drane are on the siek list. President- - THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN BEWLEYVILLE BIG 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits HARDINSBURC , SPRING ARE YOU There was no mail several ravs last is Prank Mereer. of Ok'.'ihoma Cit hi Thursday night, Mr and Mrs. the guest of his brother, Attorney Claude wetk on acc nut of snow drifts James Claik-oentertained the young Mcirt-rtad Mrs Mereer Percy P'ootc went to f rvingtofl, Wed- fo.ks with a partv. Q die a number If you didn't start a bank account last year, start one nof- - RIGHT Paal CoipteB returned, Friday, from nesday, Bid got the mail for Itevvley ville were present and all reported a good NOW. Every New Year birngs you one year nearer the time when citiens and vicinity. Hut we can't com time. B business trip in Louisville Parks. yon wont be able to earn as much as you do now. If you start a bank the tmcst, Saturday plain for we know we have tile ver) best K MeDavi era Wi: hsd quite a Sudden death In cur Mesdames. A. A. Suter, J. T. John in the State anil only high mail account now, each New Year will be a happier one and the time will mi 1st when Mis. Ada Manuel, wife of son and N. (lardnar ware in Louisville and Sunday, of bis family water and deep snow drills stop .Mr. Frank Manuel of Colorado soon come when you can stop work and live on your money. re a road last week. pissed Henry DeHaren Mooraaa Howell. away. Me i lie it I,ercc, bwlat II 11 has Nfl the from Washington, D C, I'ridav. Carl Carter is in Custer this week the has on his uniform and wi'.l leave so.'ii. U.S. Clarksun paid a short visit to 4,'iiest of I A Chitwocd. gue t of relatives his oid home last vvei k Mrs (ieorgc Hoard is the proud pes Mis Blaora Robvrtaoa mm the guest : BANK FIRST Ky. Ra H Hardaway, Jr , of Louisville, is Ed .Vattin was at Stith's Valley last si ssor of tlia Ned Cross cmOi oidcrtd of Mr and Mrs. John Owen, at den I tke guest of liis uncle, K. I'. Hardaw ay week. I )e luncheon St t W J. PIOOOTT, President C. PAYNE, Cashier'ii, for the week end Mrs. Chaa ii Dm) kj in Carroitton, D. LYHMAN, Ass't Cashier I M. M F.RNMON, Vice President The Kltt'tric Light Plant o.vr.ed by Quite B l umber fim here attended MaCaatJ M rcer, of Henderson, was pcration sir.ee the ginsi of his lather, Mr Prank Mer- - the guest .f re! itives C. L Winn has btfl s the piity at L on Mr and Mrs J. Strotlier Btith have Jan. 8 Citizjns are moie than p'.eas- - cer, here Saturday ami Sunday Mis Shelby Fan a u ' fe of Shelby ed with the service. has gone to moved to their new home near Slui Karri v h isTi tarneii from Texas vvheie U.V j.,,m.s Norman GVRFIELD. Friends of Hubert Lyon, Mr. and Providence, R. I , for u visit to Ml par herdsville, We regret losing such peo I alii weBt to visit her parents. ple from our midst, but we are fortunate Mrs. John Cook are glad to report cuts llaidin Winter du d J in 6, uf tubcr- in getting Mch ttood paon'e as Mi .md they aie on the road to recovery Miss Ida Kennedy has gone to Na.aUntealarge crowd atunded Jim Tanner was in Irvington Wed-- c Mrs Ivlgar II iidaway, who have bought colsis. Miss ot Charity. A little daughter arrived at the reth to join the Sisters the funeral Burial took place in the sday. Mr. Stitb's farm. M. B, oemetei y. home of Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Kennedy has a sister vvh" has belonged Mrs Abe Bi unner attended the "Ked is out Ira ines, we are glad to say, V dnesday the si.xleer.tn. She has to this order lor several yeais. Rmory Uurnett, Arus Arms and Tag" sale at Harc'insburg Friday. again after a severe spell of measles been named Helen BiondMi.es Knuc, of Mc(Jiimly. was in jev j Can Martin attended a party at J. V. Jim Kennedy was in Hardinsburg Little Lucy Catherine Triplet! is real School was Discontinued for several town on business, I'ridav. Clarksob's Monday on bunness. siek with measles iast week on account of the deep Miss M irce'.la Proven has returned Mlsa Catherine iiiih and slater, Virgil Harued and Jim Hennett, Mr. ami M s. Hen L. Stith, of Pasaami. from I.uiiisville, where she u.is the guest Mrs How, Dav is .alt lid, d the parly Dyer were here Friday. d to their; home, ' dena, Cal have return V CiarUsoa s. Miss Mattie Pickeriil, Louisville has'o' her sister, Mrs. Sixton Dutacbke, at J. Mrs Sarali Whitworth has returned after spending three months with their been with Mr. and Mrs. John t'eck fcr M'S C V Robertson is at BOOM from Fielding Oatkson has gone to spend families, Mr and Mrs. C II Hardaway, home after bcirg the guest of her sisseveral weeks. stay ill Louisvi.le a short . T. Stith They the wok with his brother, Charles ter, Mrs. Andrew Gier, Louisville. and Mr and Mrs Conductor H P Conniff has been Kev Edwards, of Louisville, is hold write that they see only sunshine and Clarksun at Nolin, Ky. Rev. M. F. Compton, Hardinsburg you look with satisconlined to his home fur several days ing services at St. RomauM's eliureh (lowers and that the weather is very warm visited his daughter, Mrs. LB Richfaction at your fire having sustai'.t d injuries in a railroad (hiring laMabeenoa ol the pastor, Rev. J. right MOW, SAYS FRYING PAN MUST GO ardson Tuesday I accident. Norman policies, you realize that Wathea Drwry spent Wednesday in' II B Moorman traveling salesman Domestic Science Expert Says This Miss Julia Lyon wiil act as soloist The graduation examination will be Irringtofl on business fir ; is a constant menace and for Johnson Bros was here Monday, Method of Cooking Food Ik at a Musical at tlie Louisville Conser- belli here I'ridav and Saturday. Messrs Mr. and Mrs Kugene Ti iplelt, of Iowa, fael secure in ycur protec-Wasteful. Claud DeJarnett, Hardinsburg was vatory next Tuesday. R McCoy, ol Cloverpoit, and Anurcvv J. are the guests of their parents, Mr and here Tuesday looking over the tele that mbfortune. t::n A. Howell and I, on Howell rural Mriskell are the board ol examiners. Eugene, Ore. "The frying pan must phone line. Mrs. Thos Triplett route meu hive not been able to make was the guest, Rev. Minor Couipton go," said Miss; Lillian Tingle, head lijw about many Mrs. Minor Payee is on the sick list, Miss Nancy Glasscock who has been their regular trips OH account of the Tuesday, of bis daughter, Mrs. I H. of the household arts department of other thirj-- s that may haphaving bad a fall recently that hu t her the University of Oregon, before her in Louisville is at home with her pardeep snow and blockaded roads. Richardson, and Mr. Richardson, In Gar shoulder pen which will ca"?'j yci ents, Mr. and Mrs. J H, Glasscock. class on the conservation of food. 11 Uf. Carter, Jr has been quite ill. field. The snow drift in the lane from Hew "It Is a utensil of the pioneer, who Mrs. Mary Jane Deni.on, who died financial loss? was ill Louisville, R Basel Compton Miss Margaret Conniff. Secretary le,ville to Amos Sipes' is attracting con-- Imd plenty of food to prepare In the Monday Jan. 14, was buried the follow of Ked Cross Chapter lias been m ining Sunday, to see Mrs. Compton Noboc'.y linowa from sideiable attention. The snow is from quickest and simplest way. The peo- ing day in the Gaifield ceuictry. She wir.dow cards. Snow memberships aud Rev. Robert Johnson filled the HP ftBct to feBc, flM lhe Md the ple of this country nlwuys have been was Miss Phelps of Dayton, O what quarter misfortune your pati lotisin by llsplaylng them lU;at the M. K. Church South, Sunday maonly way to reach Hewleyvilie is to hitch wasteful, and unless we reduce her marriage. mzy cc:ne, but everyone your windows. ot Oar field your horse down the lane and walk, or terially our consumption of meat we Mra, Alva Iieauebamp, Curtis Simmons was in Hardinsburg shall face a meat famine. Mrs. P, H Kyan and daughter, have was in town shopping, last Wednesday. trespass on WaeJa Diary can pro'.ect himself from Most of us "French people cook In a casserole, Friday. returned from a visit with Mr aud every possible danger The weather was very bad, but there prtler the latter thus saving every bit of the nourishMrs. Cora lrf st was in Louisville Mrs Ryan, Louisville was a good c owd attending the Red Ta) Kenton Mrury, of Rosetta, together ment of the meat. We could well learn through the sound, reliable last week delivering government shirts. "diss Jessamine Livers will enter Sale at H. 1;. Heard Co's stoic' Satur-d- a with Misses Maggie Hlanehe Jolly ami from them In this matter." Mrs. Alva Beauchamp was in Hard Uethlehtm school the first of next . Heltie I.ee Jollv and Chas McCoy cominsburg Tuesday on business month. posed a week end house party at the CANDY WITHOUT SUGAR CLASS IN CAMOUFLAGE Mrs. W. T. Gregory, Hardinsburg Haul Wi sou was in Louisville Wed home of Mr and Mrs. B. P II irdawny. th has been at borne with her husband nesday. AT U. OF OREGON Miss' Mr and Mis. J T. Stith ami for the past week. Mrs. S B. Pay Of i Hardinsburg came Lama Me Stith were dinner guerts of Represented by Eugene, Ore. A class In the Mrs. Fon.a Milburn after a visit Kiicay to visit her daughter, Mis. A Mr. and Mrs. Oat R Compton, jjain- - 3j art of camouflage has been start T. Oraea. with her father, Steve Davis, Wood-roday. ed at the University of Oregon has returned to her home in Louis-villUita Mattie Grace Howe, Lewi sport Wathen Drury made his nana' call on. under the direction of Dr. A. E. spent tna week end with Mr and Mrs. Pilot Ridge, Sunday. Caswell of fne department ol Hardinsburg, Ky. I, B. RlchardaoU was in Hardinsburg Virgil lirite physics. In this class sttfdents a compliance to Dr, Cuiieid's order i Wednesday. are taught the urt of making Mrs s. (i Hul, Stewart Fla., visitand our grand, nol le 1'resi cut's wish, things not seen when they aro Claud and Ira Dowell Shomute ed Mi ai d Mrs J O Chapiu last the store at this place owned by Comp seen. 'were in Haidinsburg Tuesday. week ton Pros will be elosedon Monday p. m. The students have applied to Mrs. Jesse liruner was the guest of 1 for II) Mondays, say, ' Hurrah for be enrolled in the camouflage i Mrs. D. H. Smith Thursday. Wilson and Carlield!" and lets help save unit of the American engineer3 ing corps. co ll and food without a murmur. Lon Dowel!, the mail carrier on route No 2. came on the train Tuesday to delivei what mail be could on his route. Got Their "Lively Time." HARD TO MASTER LANGUAGE Uyron Johiison died Tuesday morn A famous Una tamer Mia of a qttoaff On my farm 5 miles west of Glen OhHatMM present he once received. It Fearful and Wonderful Sentences Were ing Jan. 15, at the home of his son, Eli Degn, 3 miles north of Vanzant. was a consignment from a friend Johnson, He was buried Thursday Those Written by Pupils of abroad of three hoa f ofistTtrtotra umi Malaysian School. morning at o'clock at the Dowell live alllgalOra. "With .Ilm's best wishes v. pad lor a lively time." The Some queer sentences turned out Jim Webb and son, Philip, Burl his wife got (he lively time desired. by the pupils of the Methodist Girls' I am of fori : a nico line of He isvys OH school ut Kuala Lumpur. .Malaysia. Brown and Sheriff Jess Carman wers "I shall never forget how uimoyed I One can usually distinguish lhe sub- at the county seat Thursday. trniii imtocci Raincoats m bio oeU e was when, during the night, two of the ject and tell what the child tried tu i 1 span of work mules; 1 good .Oo oains. Kurmer prw Cards were received last week tellalligators broke out of their boxes in say at, least. ing of the arrival of a little son at the I our licdiooiii and began exploring. work tuaru in foal to Jack; 1 When the form of a verb g changed home ut Mr aud Mrs. Albert Smith, eould not find the mulches, and I and It Is called congregation. extra good colt; 2 milk cowh; my wife remained on top of the bed The prime meridian Is culled the Louisville. Horn Jan. 0, named Albert 1 1 calf; Cafiopy'till morning. Luckily, my wife eternal date line. Kirby Smith. Hereford hfiifer; 2 ni'vor tteoVgkt of the thing that worJust rtOe)ivd ntioLicr lot of Gibraltar Is the keynote In the MedKev. C. L. Brunington filled his pul VtautlM Steers; 15 Kwes. ried me. I was iifraid the alligators iterranean. I cud (it Ktlbber Shoes. pit at the ( uinberldnd Hi eby tcrian to might cull on the The finest wheat that ever cropped foot. church Sunday. wish them a Merry Christinas, mid no grows In ltussiu. up too 1" wake them All ImpleThe mnafllllaa of spinster Is bore. Eils L grand and W. T. Dowell were No Advance on the Price He hud nolhing on except a sword in Hardinsburg Tuesday. Mary Elizabeth Kvnns. has solved nud he was unarmed. HouseNuts and Digestion. the problem of making Hie eauilies A wife is USO Upset (opposite) of 'lhe reason nil me thought indigesImvc a lot of ooods tint! without using large HtSBIllltlaa of MMM tible by some is beeause of the thin the husband. Folly of Ridicule. whleh is mi t si uree, by the substitution skin surrounding eueh kernel, notes a A moment of indulgence In ridicule The piaCJS was taken by stOTH and we have not put on the advance of honey, molasses, maple sugar medical authority, This can easily be thunder. may create lifelong resentment, notes prices. Wc are selling tlicin at India, ii hi s., raisins mill chocolate, u student. BenjnBsIa Franklin looked Very funbhuiehed oil' by pouring boiling water One and all are Cordially luviied. Miss Evaps recently visiied Mr. on lhe The late Richard Mansfield is said mil. mid allowing ii to stand ny with ids rtotass behind and u louf Hoover, federal food jdMeBtatntoVi hh to have nursed a grievance ugalnst for II few moments. Almonds should of blend ill Ids mouth. BOB HARLOW, Owner Henry Irving for years. The reasnii assisn nt, Koctor WltteW and Assisiuut never be Sfitea with lhe red, tough The cat was thin and pale. Seerelary of Agriculture, Moetor Tuy skin on the nut meat. When boiling GtbraltM is known us the keyhole wus that Irving had momentarily InDave Henry, Auctioneer lor niul two Important tai ls have been dulged u little weakness he had for Don't let the snow keep jfOH Water is poured on the alluoud, this of England. beOne Is thai St. Helena Is u place where Na- inakiug sardonic remurks. away from' our store. Come in the result. sweets, uud the human Can skin becomes as tough us leal her. The ing needs that hey Itldlcule uf persons strikes at perbest way to use iiiii.s for ebihlieii Is to poleon had been diminished. and ye wuiin U vou are cold. be inaile just as lustv willi the use ol grind You will receive one hundred times The Iinrhurlnn stales ure Morocco, sonal Miniiy. Aud vanity la a very the nut menu or pound them, the substitutes mentioned above. common weakness. Few escape It al- more from good roads than your taxes knife Algiers, Tripoli and Turnips. lor which purpose the Queen Victoria reigned (JO years. together. In the meat grinder will be found the will be to build tlem. With good roads you save ut leal right toul. A good nut cracker wlih She was the longest sovereign that And this kind of ridicule, In fact all 'kinds, on exuiasnatlun, will be found twenty cents per too per mile on all strong spring mukes The high cost of living will bs reever ruled in England. A frog Is u bug with four legs. It to be associated with vanity. In ridi- duced if roads are built so that the promaterial hauled over the roads. Figure 'easy, and Is preferable tu buying the culing there Is Invariably the desire to ducts of the farm can be hauled lauds up in front and sits down Glen Dean, Ky. what good roads will save you in one meuta un the market. to show how clever one la oneself. World Outlook. year. market cheaply. n G0IN6 TO SAVE? I ' STATE Irvington, - Bt-rr- ll j I j - f dal ir , all HI AS . fop E.t , Insurance Service Two Hartfords of i I PAUL COMPTON i i i , RAIN COATS AND Public Sale Rubber Shoes I lion-tiiine- i' j Feb. 6th, 1918 Reduced to $6.00. mi Farming ments and s hold Goods. Before War Prices r R. W. JONES. reudy-plcke- d