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XL1I ROCK ISLAND Move to CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1918. Hoosier State. CAIN OPPOSES clared unconstitutional by the authori ties here and is therefore lost. Several bills relating to the dog question have been introduced. One member wants them taxed ts per head. Another desires that one dog be exempt to each household and a tax of $2 for Owen-Ow- No. 32 TOBACCO SALES Wedding. A pretty wedding was that of Miss Mr. and Mrs James Hrickey and their Ola 1'earl Owen and Mr. K Sidney tnree children, Miss Aliene Barton, Miss TAX COMMISSION 29 Owen which was solemnized at the home Loose Leaf House Makes GORGE BROKE Swannie Fay Barton, and Lawrence Barof the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs ton, who live on the Hardinsburg Rural Sales at Hardinsburg Last Robert N. Owen, Thursday Jan. .11, Route No. It, expect to leave the first of Bill and States Legitimate Reas- each male and $2 50 for each female for Tenn. where they Witt. Saturday Average $15.58. Sunday and Relieved River Sit- next week for Lake, Inn., one, exempts will make their future home ons For So Doing. He Also all over each and another and taxes one The house was attractively decorate1 dog to all with potted plants and pink and white household uation Considerably at This Mr Brickey has rented a farm there Bad weather and a poor season caused Comments on Other Bills over at $3.00 per head, and still another carnations In the living room was Ferry Com- on the shares from Mr A D.Loyd. Al light sales at the Loose Leaf House in Point. Cloverport prohibits more than one dog to a an improvised altar of feins and ever Hardinsburg though he intends to live in the Hoosier last Saturday. However, Which Have Recently Been and taxes it ifei 5O. greens where the ring ceremony was pany Fortunate in Saving Its State permanently, he says he will conThere are identical bills in both I erformed by Ilev. Jno. M. Anderson, the average was good, as only dark toIntroduced. tinue to keep his voting place in BreckA gteit quantity of Houses providing for the abatement of Morristown, Tenn , during which Miss bacco was off-rRiver Property. Pate and inridge county. houses of prostitution and the regula- Virgie Woods played on (he piano, the weed yet remains unsold in the Mr. Brickey's daughters, Mrs. Jade Grateful. county, aid as soon as a good season Mingus, and Mr Mingus, Mrs. Hardy The measure providing for an ap- tion of advertisements of cures for ven- "Iove is All." comes business will pick up in this line. These bills are sponThe bride wore a stylish blue travelI,on Walker, and Mr. Walker, will re propriation of $,sO,l)00 a year to the ereal diseases. sored by the V.,r Department through ing suit withgrey hat, shoes and gloves. Fallowing are the sales made last SatFur the first time in six weeks the main on his farm in this county. State Tax Commission was passed in urday Ohio river is open at this point. Saturthe Senate by a vote of 36 to 3, and in the Kentucky Federation of Women's She carried an arm bouquet of narcis-- s DARK. I think these measures 2:15 o'clock, the ice will have day morning at by 60 to 28, or a total of 101 Clubs. and bride's roses of is the House The maid Hon. Jno. P. C. B Henninger, fM pounds at $15, In importance as honor, Miss Klla Shipley, Kussellville, but little opposition broke here and so great was the crash, to M in its favor. ItS, til as. I Haswell, Toastmaster. that the inhabitants of the river front Tne bill was introduced on the rec- a destructive element, am persuaded Tenn was also attired in a blue i oat noise A D Morton, 2I90 po'iniis at sl(J. 25, that the awful effects of this most hid- suit. The best man was Mr. Arthur were awakened by the unearthly ommendation of the Tax Commission l3 'S. Io SO. U. 10 75. It has been the custom for a member whote chairman, M. M. Logan, in an eous vice rank (qually with those of in- Owan a brother of the bride. which sounded as if houses weie falling Ira Burton, 625 pouuds at st 7 , ili.25of ears for the Lincoln Protective Club on top of one another. After the ceremony the members of to the Assembly, claimed that temperance. Being a creature of darkaddress Rd Crosby, ttfS poundi at l4. 73, From that time until Sunday atter of Louisville to give a banquet which is the was needed for the ness and supported by conventions that the bridal party were taken in auto MI.M, 111 SO, liS 7ft. the ice passed at the rate of usually lielil in the leather room of the noon of employing eleven tax ex prohibit its discussion, it does not get mobiles to Morristown where they $14, Diiruose pouuds at $i4, Biown dc Hiker, Seelbach Hotel to the Republicans of the perts (one for each Congressional Dis- the notoriety that intemperance bears were given a reception at the home of seven or eight miles an hour. At Rock Island, which is below here state. This banquet has become famous trict) whose duties would be to search and for these very reasons it is more the Misses Siillenborger, who are cous 110.30, $18, llftjft. Id Hinton, 15 pounds at I7, 15 25. where the river is very narrow and piled as thousands who have been so fortunate for unlisted, intangible property, and dangerous. ins of the bride. From there Mr. and . 6.25,.-- 51), $14. Shall this awful war have been fought Mrs. Owen left for a short wedding trip up with rocks, the ice became gorged 80 as to attend former ones, will testify. that he felt safe in making the asserBeatty & Marshall, 1900 pounds at river rose 20 feet on Saturday. in vain if through its influence we shall to Knoxville and Louisville and will be This year they have a splendid that the 50. 000 "invested" tion that for the be able to banish these evils? with a number of the best speakers thev would rtturn $500,000 in taxes. After the gorge broke, Sunday a'ter at home after Feb. l0. Hardinsburg, III 50. lll 50, 1, fU 16, Tom Beard, MM pounds at Mt, A bill providing for an appropi iatiou Ky., Route No. I, noon about three o'clock, the ice began in the state on it and as usual will have Your Representative was opposed to 111 SB, I5, 12.2ff. moving again and moved all night with at least one, "out of state" celebrity to and voted against the bill, and "Mr. of M.000 to the Illiteracy Commission seems very popular. The foumler of Jim Rusher, 120" pounds at the river rising a foot an hour. The peo-pi- speak. Speaker, 1 rise to explain my vote." Gorge Holding Fast. $16 50, lltVM, i4. Breckinridge county has been honored whose homes were on the river front Mrs. Cora Wilson In the first place we are already em- tnis commissioo, Tom Beard, 5IK) pounds at $14.25, fl3 in the East end began moving out st by the selection of Hon. John P. Has- ploying three sets of officials to uncover Stewart, is an accomplished woman and Ben Hinton, IH)0 pounds at (17.50, dark Sunday night, thinking the water well Jr , of "Hardinsburg and Louisville this hidden list, namely: The Asses- makes a most impressive appeal I beCincinnati, 0., Feb. 5. Chance 16 5O, $ 16. would reach their homes before morning, as the toastmaster sors, the Board of Supervisors and the lieve the appropriation will be provided of the ice gorge below this city AUxander Bros , 7!H) pounds at fi4 75 but alone about midnight the river be Plates are $2 ."0. All are cordially Special Agents, and the assurance that and it appears that the cause is worthy. in the very near fu- $16 J Y Monday and Tuesday it invited gan falling. Send in your names and additional officers would render any If this article finds favor with the breaking up ture dwindled to almost nothing Tom Beard, 200s pounds at 16 75, I ras comparatively clear of ice. checks. Record Press. better service is largely problematical. publisher shall write again soon. Yours sincerely, last night, when the mercury 111 18, 111 M, i0, 111.7ft, n 75. It is stated that when the gorge breaks Now, of course, I am not an autnori-tROY J CAIN. at Rising Sun that it will not be as bad Birth Announcements. dropped to 4 degrees below zero. Ed Rusher, 22t0 pounds at 12 7O. on revenue and taxation and while I gorge $14. rl5 50, ftt.Mt I10.M, III, when it reaches this point as the came here more or less prejudiced The Ohio river is receding slowly Tom Beard, 23HO pounds at $16.50, which has just passed. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Weddicg are against the new revenue laws, at the into its banks, hut the extreme I4, ll, $tli 50, $14, $14 25, $13 50. Along the shor s of this side of the being congratulated on the arrival of same time I realize that the members cold weather is working an ad Forest Beard, 27iHJ pounds at $13, river the ice is at least :i0 feet deep and their second son, Hugh Kstil Wedding, of the General Assembly who enacted LOCAL CHURCH NEWS linrd-- h ip upon the hun- $13 75, l'3 10, $10 25. dition extends I5O yards from the bank. The January, .'!0, 19I8. Weight To pounds. must have been men of good these laws shores on the Clover Creek bank are in dreds of families whose h'lmes are Tom Beard, I MO pounds at $19 50, reasoning and sound judgment, and 111, $17 M, $17. H3 "o, 12.00. practically the same condition and the have that they were advised by educated Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hambleton Rev. W. L. Baker announces for his in the Hooded district. The slow Will Duncan, 24I0 pounds at $10 50, river men say it will be late in the spring welcomed into their home a third son men of wide experience in such matters topic at the eleven o'clock service Sun manner in which the river is getbefore the ice will be completely melted. who has been named, Walter Raleigh and therefore I came opeu to convic day morning, "Our Deserving PensionUS. l3 7"), l4. I3.15. 13 M ting buck to its normal is makTom Heard, 1800 pounds at Saturday and Sunday nights, CHrs filled Hambleton. Arrived Tuesday, Jan. tion. I have carefully read the report ers." ing it possible, however, to save 111 70. $16. !fl5.75. fl&Aft. with coal were stationed on the h. H & 23, I918 Sudday evening his subject will be, of the Tax Commission which, by the St. L. bridge so as to steady it and keep the remainder of the. shipping here Allie Squires, M4O pou nds at jI 50, way, is quite interesting. No word of "An Bcho," Mo, MO 50, $16, $16.75, Uaring loose the huge blocks of ice from has been received here Mr Logan's address escaped me and I Announcement Sunday afternoon at four o'clock, a and, unless the river freezes again, I3cj BOnillla lit IH.''. tohn the frame work. of the arrival of Miss Jennie Ritchie Davwas profoundly impressed by his as- meeting including all the men and buys river-melook fur only small dam- - $x ;5 116,50, Ferry Company was is, Pab The Cloverport 3, I917, at the home of Mr. and sertion of being able to return ten for of Cloverport, will be held to make plans age when the forgf break- A. Dent, :!75 pounds at $17 50, $2050, exceptionally fortunate in being able to Mrs. R. Ferry Davis, of Waisaw, Ky. This looked and preliminary discussions of the Fathone on the appropriation Nearly 111, $15, $11 B0, $14 75. save its ferry boat and barges. Little Miss Davis is the first grand like good business and it was made to er and Sou week to be observed Pab, II Fred Douglass, S5 pounds at $1 1.75. every ferry company on the river has child of Mr ajul Mrs. Leon McGavocU, appear that a member of the Legislato 7 incusive. RED CROSS SOCIETY. losses Vernon Chambliss, 30 pounds, $1 50. -- buffered in either great or small of this city. ture who opposed the measure was The Junior Fpworth League will have Jim Dejarnette, 2ti."5 pounds at $15 2", such as has never been heard of before. sadly kicking in business acumen and a patriotic program Sunday afternoon at $16 25, $16. $U, $12. M3.Mli Practically the only thing lost here Yeager-Clar- kdeserved the finger of scorn frorr h.s 2 o'clock in the commemoration of AbraWill Casey, )M0 pounds ! $1425, was the oil house and freight house be colleagues and constituency. ham Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 2. $14$ 4 75. $15, Ml, rl3-7-longing to Louisville & Kvansville PackHowever, after having counseled with Miss Cotolena Yeager and Mr. Joseph D. Aiixanler, 1205 pounds at iu, et Compauy. W. Clark, both of Louisville were mar men in whom I have the utmost confi$17 50, 111. A derrick boat and several barges that ried in Jeffersouville Wednesday jan dence, it became clearly evident to me Reception of the Ladles Aid Society. L. Rhodes, o,! pounds at $17 75, 17. belonged to the Government Dam 43, 3O, I9I8 On Friday evening, Feb. S, at eight that the new laws are designed to pro Jim Flood, BjOO pounds at $19 25, passid here Sunday. The Cloverport Chapter of the Red Mrs. Clark is the oldest daughter ot tect money, notes and Donas a DO to lay o'clock", a reception will be given in the $17 60, $16, $16 50, i jo, 113.80, $10. Mr and Mrs. Lee Yeager who lived here the bur'len of tax ition upon fat ins and chapel ot the Methodist church, to cele Cross met Tuesday afternoon aud it was found that it has sixty live sue. iters Express their Uratltude brate the thirty. second anniversary of until the autumn of 9 7 when they other real estate. on baud to send off ill their next contip- - Lincoln aud Emerson is the Ladies Aid Society. Under this law money tn Mr. .Will Fate and Mr. Albert Mc moved to Louisville. She is eighteen gent besides many oihcf knitted articles ' A conlial invitation has been extended taxed oue tenth ot" one percent, only, Kihu "re exceedingly grtaeful to the years old and Mr. Clark is tweuty one. Believe in People. Red Cross continues to meet eveiy and lor State purposes solely. It a man to all the members of the church. The of Tobitisport and Cloverport fwho men owns bouds ami mortgages his lax list president of the society, Mrs. David. IS. TueS lay regardless of the iiiC emeut so unsefishly offered their services to Additional Y. W. C. A. Sub. The Febi nary Woman's Home ComPhelps, will be a gisted in the entcrt. oil weather and the devotees of the work are is but 4O cetts on the $100, or help save the boats and barges belongpanion s ays: Firry of jne per cent , and that for the ing by Mrs. R. It. Fierce, Mrs. W. L. faithful in their attendance, & Tobinsport ing to Cloverport Those have subset ibed to the Y. W. reat lives, "Great men and women, The Reil Cross service Hag, which Company. It would have been I physi C. A fund this week: Mrs Warfield State only. The man owning a farm is liakei and Mis. A. A. Siinous. always those The Ladies Aid Society was organi.id hangs in the County Clerk's office win- noble personalities, are impossibility to have saved this prop- Collins, Ms. Hugh Gaboert, Mrs. taxed for State purposes 4O cents on the cal which have a wide sense of this lei- erty had Dot these men come to the res Harry Ncwsom, Airs Hugh Donaldson, $100 and in addition the farmers of our hi February, H.S 5 , l.y Dr. Cottrell, who dow at the Court House in Hardinsburg, lonship, this lovely undy ot life; and cue. Mrs. Uonrad Sippel, Mrs W. (i county must pay all the expenses of was pastor of the church at that tune ai d contains a white stai showing that every they are constat tly referring to it one it was lirst called the Benevolent Aid man in tiiaf office is a member of the Folk and Misses Margaret Wroe and county government as well. way or another, and it in It looks like a bad situation so far as Society. There were fifteen charter mt tn. Red Cross This office bas the distinct- even Yv'roc. Messrs. C. ii. Urabandt, of Lieut. Ford. Jiilia Picture the most uniiuely places. It was farm owners are concerned, and I be- bata, all of whom are living except, six. ion, of being the only one in the Court li. K. McCoy, Frauk Ferry and Star because Lincoln had such a profound lieve the ultimate purpose ol the thirg TbC first officers were: president, late House to have a star in its service Hag. The Louisville Kvenlug Post of Feb. Holler Mills. faith in the possibilities of ntiinau naMrs. Baldwin! vice president, Mrs. W. Miss F.liaheth Skillman, secretary of Cloverport's quota of $40 has been is to place the burden of pajiug the ture and t;ueM'd the nobility hidden in 3, contained a picture of L eut. Emmet ot government upon the owners 11 Itiiwiner; secretary, Mrs. R It Pierce the Cloverport Red Cross, is making defone of the five C. C. subscribed in full. lives that he could not B. Ford who was and treasurer, Mrs A. K. Fisher. The inite plans for organizing a Junior Red the humblest of real estate. Mengel Company's men to give up a endure to set any life treated as other charter members included Mrs. Cross Society here. Lent Begins Next Wednesday. The effect of the aforesaid approthough it were a cheap or inconsebusiness career and to enter military priation wi'd be to enlarge the powers of Fiank Frai.e, Mrs. H A. Oel.e, Mrs Mrs. Marvin Heard and Miss liettie quent or ignoble tiling. It was because service for the duration of war. He Sallie Miller Parker, of Washington, 1) Lent, the season of fasting and pray- the Tax Commission which, I believe, is C Mt, Nannie Vest, of Los Angeles, Taylor, two enthusiastic workers of the of a faith in the possibilities was in the second training camp at , Hardinsburg Red Cross Society, had a of all us that Emerson could write by Catho- dangerous. observed er which Fort Benjimin Harrison. Now, Mr. Btnker and Mr. Business Calif., Mrs. A. Y. Ford, Louisville, and Red Cross station iu It F. Heard & Co s as boldly as he did. It was the fash-io- u Lieut. Ford Is the son of Col. A Y. lic and Episcopalian denominations, the late members were: Mrs. John David store last Saturday and solicited new in his day for the people to call Mrs. Ford of Louisville, the will begin on Ash Wednesday, Feb I3. Man, understand, that I am not unFord and mindful of nor indifferent to your in- Gregory, Miss Fmina Kasey, Mrs. John members. At lie end of the day's work themselves 'miseraole sinuers' as a latter being well known here as the The Lenten season extends through Courtney liabbage, Mrs. Lucrutia Carlmark of vntuuus humility; but his daughter of the late Dr. Brown. the period of forty days and includes terests We farmers need yoj and we ton, Mrs. H V. Carlton ami Mrs James they reported tweivenew members. believe that we are of benefit to you many special days. Palm Sunday large mina would have none of such SUillmau. ways. He was It you are moving away from your will be March 14 and Kaster Sunday and that any legislation that is detriyears the Must Secure License by Feb. 15 unfaithful, untruthful During these thirty-twis also harmful to forever asserting the latent nobility home in Breckinridge county let the which concludes the Lenten season, mental to the farmer Aid Society has always been quite Ladies your enterprises. of all men. You can see his faith in will be March 31 Breckenridge News follow you. active in its work of aiding in various Manufacturers of and dealero in himself aud others shining and shimProhibition AmendThe State-widways the pastor, the chuich in general commercial feeds for livestock, mering in his pages. The Sky-torment is now a law and will be submitRev. Klein Holding and any local charity needs, its work is ted to the voters in November, iOIO. I (tattle and hnos must secure li music' that.he hears wherever ha goes, Meeting in Tennessee. am proud to state that I had the honor confined chiefly to home missions. censes under the Food Admituv the persistency with which for him, of assisting in its enactment, and I sin'even iu the mud and scum of things, This still always, always something sings' trillion by February 15. Henson to The Rev. G. A. Klein, the Methodist cerely hope that the Louisville Herald's Judge evangelist who held a meeting in Clo- correspondent is correct in his predicSpeak in Hardinsburg. covers baled hay, shelled aud ear these are but symbols of his magnifi tion that prohibition will carry in the corn and many other commodities cent faith in the human powers posverport, a year ago this month, has of 100,000 or more. intended for use a- - feeds or as in sessed by all of us.'' just closed a meeting at Springfield, State by a majority Judge J. W. Henson, a candidate for A rather elaborate Public School Bill according to an account given Tenn the Democratic nomination tor Appel- gredionts in mixed feeds. The Delightful House Party. dig Rev. Klein ha, been introduced whose purpose, the Christian Advocate. among other changes, is to raise the late Judge from the Second District, only exceptions are for miller bas assisting him this year for a singer, standard of efficiency and to increase will speak at the Court House in Har- manufacturing bran aud dealers iu Prcf. Clark. Miss Martha Keid aud Messrs. the compensation ot teachers. For this dinsburg Monday afternooo, February coarse grains, who have already alone the law is worthy of enactment 11, at o'clock. been placed under Food Adminis- Kldred liabbage and Arthur T. Knight's Sale Postponed. and besides it has other commendable Couch were guests of a house parWhen you buy a war saving stamp tration licenses. features. It is regarded favorably in WTo Applications for license should ty Sunday and Monday giv en at you enable the Uovernment to feed a The public sale of John W. Knight's, both House, and will undoubtedly be(oldler for over a week, just as when be addressed to the license divis- the country h jme of Mr. and Mrs. which waa to have been January 3I, baa come a law. H. T. Fields, in honor of Mrs. WashFebruary 14 On pub- you observe the wheatless and meat- ion, Food Administration, beet) postponed until The bill providing for a vote on To account ot the severe weather and the lic road bonds with magisterial districts iest days you enable a woman in Eng- ington, D. GL, specifying the na- Fields' sister, Miss Bella Thomproad conditions the farmers of tbis com- as units was reported favorably by the land or a man In France to make three ture of the business to be licensed. son, of Morgaulield, Ky. munity find it difficult to leave born. Committee on Public Roads but la de inch shells. V. 8. fuel Administration. d Mc-Kahn ed : , i,17, pro-gra- m e y 000 sie $15-50- 000 $12-75- n 1 $14-25- . 1 b:-n- four-tent- , I o e coal il the Railroads HteCo ntuaimi To the Miner , To the Producer clean it distribute it equitably 1 Public Sale of Registered Shorthorn and Polled Durham Cattle Louisville, Ky., Feb. 11, 1918, 1 p. m. BOURBON STOCK YARDS ror catalog L. B. SHROPSHIRE, . 5 We, with 5ome other breeders, will offer 50 head of choicely bred, useful cattle in good breeding condition. Females, all ages, and buHs for the farmer and breeder. Beef is higher than ever known before, and will be higher, and the demand for good breeding stock is unprecedented. In addition to the cattle oftered in this sale, we have 15 bulls and 20 females, all registered, for sale at private treaty. For Further Information Address or Public Sale Address W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. Secy., Republic Bldg, Louisville, Ky. .. 1f was xr- Appreciation of Private Henry DeH. Moorman SAYS IT BIG I00K EFFORT TO PAGE GHOST OF MUNCHAUSEN Prince of Story Tellers Would Be terested in This Wonderful Tale of Adventure. In- I'RIYATK HKNRV By General. A 1)1 HAVEN MOORMAN Bennett H. Young. ftw (!:ys sine, tlierv MM into 111)' of age, Seta n ii n HMO Juii )7 mx fed tall, weighing I8j pound, wiih a ilusii and glow of health n )ii cheek; that would have tli iik a mnstiT artist afraid la alterant it- leneodndloti wiih u physique full of vigoi end power that Marked linn Um liniiaot ot a perfect i dy, an. I with Uta g'ow-inpatriatjeai in liis lirilliuit h'iit- wis lli.it ln'il.e an abundance of eouraaja ami heroic resolve. was Henry DeHavefe lio Ufa man. Mi- h.nl been a private in the Spanish Aurican War, and had proven a valiant soldier. Pot fifteen years he bad beea on my staff ill the work of the United Confederals Asarrrlatirrn. County Judge of a Republic county, ami now Commonwealth 'i Attorney for one of the largeal judicial districts in the State. looked upon the young man with profound admiration and withal deep affection, sundmg before me with ex tended hand and the warm (nap of friendship and esteem, he said: ' Cen. Voun, am on my way to Washing on to get the permission of the Adjutant " General to en "Vou are over the draft age, .Major,'' s lid. "Von hold an important St ile ollice. There are 4,003,000 who are of the proper age you already have a brother at the front Had you not beti ter Mt down and let us discuss this matter, and have ou sleep over it at least one night'" ii, answered vigorasly, "Nay, nay, General, the sleeping part is all past have made up my mind to go and fight. It's a duty I on c to in v country , to the c ,11 of Liberty and to the cause of humanity. It's too late to argue. The fight's on and .tin going to the aafj front of it all. All want Is a chance - ne - to do tny duty, and where the dangers are thickest there I am resolved to he." friendship suggested a further plea 1) it the very voice ami words of the man s lowed me that, fee ing as he did, there was nothing anyone e uld do or aught And so I sail: "Mv boy. your to lay country ought to be proud to have such a soldier. Your friends might to he re joi ed to have such an acquaintance, and may God blest and protect you and spare ; oui life In the glorious work you have underlet ing for your nation and its peo pie and for the people of the whole world " fixed him up with credentials to Senators James and Beckham, and on the next train h left for Washington. When Senator James introduced Mm to the Adjutant General this officer looked the young man ver and said: "Well, what is it you want? Are you going to apply for a commission?" "No, no, Genera, I do not want any A private's place is quite commission. good enough for me. What I want is a chance to fight and serve my country " The stem officer could not su, press a look of admiration for this noble, gallant man, and said: "Judge Moorman you are the sort of man this country is looking for. Von shall have an opportunity to carry out your splendid resolve." And he at once entered all ( rder asdnging the would he soldier to all artillery brigade. A we k later he came into my office ill the uniform of an artillery private. I took i. II my hat to him. He was in my eyes, a hero and a patriot, and I predict if this man suivivesthe war he will be heard fium in the future history of KenIf he never conies back his tucky friends will have glorious memories of his sacrifices for tlte cause of mankind, and we can console ourselves with the thought, "He who dies for a good cause never dies in vain." Courier Journal. 1 , hie of Ihe big ocean liners was several days out from New York on a (rip across the Atlantic. It was dinner time, nud those af the table fell to But Its Different Since Tanlac telling stories about their experiences nt sen. "Unity It wns the turn of n Improved Tins Louisville Man's penon who hud previously been boasting of his lineage. He told tills "vai n" says flu' Youth's Cmnpnninn. Health. "It happened a number of years ago," said he, "on my fifteenth trip fee! so tiitd out all the time "I ased to acToaa the ocean, when we run short that it took a big effort for me to get of provisions, particularly eggs, through with inv work but its different milk, fruit and fresh meat. We were I don't since I've been taking Tanlac. very fortunate to have on heard h think I ever felt better in my life than oarcefttl fellow Mimed Brand, who do now ," said bred Kuee, janitor at the palled us out of the dlfliruliy In Roor: Fir t he went to the hotCR-wn- y Central Rooming Uottte, I.oui .ville, Ky. shape. for egga, but, as they were n lit"Mv sy stem was run down all over. My stomach was all out of shape anu tle too old to eat, they were used for Cooking, and he requested the capluln food disagreed with me. The food I did to have the ship lay to. This operafeeling in my stomeat caused a burning tion was repealed until we had eggs ach and sometimes I felt dizzy after eat- enough to go round. ing, felt drowsy and heavy after meals, Then, at Brand! suggestion, the too. Captain fired n ship's rocket Into the "I read of so many cases that seemed Milky Way, and all we had to do was to be just like mine in which Tanlac has to hold bock eta and catch the milk as It it poured out of (he hole made by the been a help that I finally tried it- n fruit supply we let straightened up my stomach in short or- rocket. Wot down buckets over the side of the ship der and lias been a help to me in everyand picked up enough ocean currants ever have felt to way. I don't think last for n week. The next day we better and I recommend Tanlac for any had foul weather, which provided us like I did " body who feels with plenty of ducks und chickens. If you are not feeling right get Tanlac Bona of these we ate and others we and get your system back in good inapt, kept to replenish o;,r egg supply." "I was on that very trip," spoke up You'll get rid of that half sick feeling m wag at the end of the table. "It was You can get Tanlac a just a little while. the It eamor Baltic, In October, 1!M)8, at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, New York to Liverpool. We also had Kv. goose, which was on board a overlooked In some way. I'm sure they enough to equip the army in time for it never al- the bird, but I've wondered, years until today whatever it will do some good to all these to light while became of It." have it fight In war the only effort that is of any VALUABLE ARTICLE OF FOOD value is that which is ultimately translated into gun fire on the field of battle. Banana Really Is. Net Appreciated The gun fire that will w in this war can-nAnything Like as Much as (t be delivered until all America recog Ought to Be. nizes individual responsibility, until the DO DAY'S WORK fl Mb gg5 Careful Attention To Small Accounts We have uniform treatment for all depositors. The man with the small account receives as much consideration as the man who carries a large balance. Only a banker knows how the small accounts increase. From an acorn the great oak grows. Give us a call and let us ex plain our account system. Courteous treatment to all. ae MM 1. 3 1 1 1 FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. fair-size- d Farms For Sale! We have two or three Farms which we can sell at prices that are attraac- tive and on Very Reasonable Terms. ot 1 I -t 1 I Turn Cash Into Gun Fire. Ily ' Flank A. Yamleilip. We fought and won the Spanish war Willi i.'iO.UOO soldiers and a $'0,00:1,1)00 bond issue. Ill men under arms we in w have tell times that number. We issued ten tunes that amount of bonds in the fust Liberty loan. We are proposing to spend the loan to the allies in the first fiscal year of the war 1 y, 000,000,000. From now until the end of this fiscal year the treasury anticipates needing 300,OUO,000 a week that is, the trca sury has gut to fight financially a Spanish war every four days. That indicates money measure of the sue of this work hut that is not the real measure. We have just seen that one might have plenty of money, but an empty coal bin. 1, just the same way the government can have plenty ot money, but an unequipped army. This army cannot be equipped as modem warfare demands if the man power of the country is at the same time called upon to produce all of our ordinary comforts and luxuries. It is as plain as two and two that all of us must make personal sacrifices, mutt give up comforts and luxuries, even necessary expenditures tbat can be postponed if there is to be labor and material a 1 The banana Is one of the most useful of all foods. When the population of the earth bceom. s overcrowded, we shall have to eat more bananas and less bread. An acre In wheat will yield 1)00 pounds of food. An nere In bananas will yield 120,000 pounds. The banana resembles In composition, the sweet potato. Both contain 1)1 per cent of protein and 20 per cent carbohydrates. The banana contains more starch than fruits of the temperale clime. As It ripens, the starch gradually turns to sugar. The late Kdgar Wnllnee Conable snid that the banana Is the only food which may safely be eaten when ft hns been picked green. This, he explained. Is becnuse the green bananas Novel Bed for Paralytica. draw nourishment out of the grent cenOne of the grout problems In certain tral stem, which gradually shrinks and cages of spinal wouuds with paralysis withers. A banana should never be Is how to move the patient sullicienlly eaten until the shin Is beginning to to make his bed and tend his wouuds turn black. Some claim that they without Increasing his sufferlugs by should he entirely hlncK. However, It moving him. The new bed solves the Is not necessary to go so far as that. problem. Surrounding the bed Just ut As they turn black the starch turns to the edge of the mattress is a rectun-KUlu- r sugar. Scrape Ihe white material from framework of hollow metal pip- beneath the skin before you eat the ing. Connecting the two parallel sides fruit are brond bunds of webbing stretched across the mnttress, and on tnese the The Brute. pntiMt lies. The two short sides of "Where have pon. been tonight?" the framework, the one ut the head of she Mksd bitterly, as he sauntered In the bed nil the other ut the foot, urn B boat 11 o'clock. "Was It business connected by a geared vfheel with n again this araajngf" vert If ul steel post so that by simply He made no reply, but sat down to turning bundle at the head or foot the cold supper that was on the table. of ihe bed the framework, with the "Aha, the difference In a short patient lying on the webbing-- , can be time!" she went on. "I have been trylifted off ihe mnttress without his po- ing to solace myself tonight by rendsition being changed in the least. ing some of your love letters. Here Is one," holding It up, "that you wrote one month before we were married; Cornmeal in Honduras. In this you suy that you feel as If Jiocnuse of the marked success of you could eat recent governmental tind private, ef- the passlonnte me. Oh, the nffi'iiion, love expressed In those forts to promote the production of It Is one month after marmore cereals luring the period of the words! riage," she continued, beginning to war, writes Consul Wulter F. Boyle, weep peurly tears, und sob like the Puerto Cortes, an American company throb of steamboat engine, "only one bus Imported and erected the tlrst mill month after marriage, und now " for the milling of corumeul. This was "I wish to goodness 1 had !" mumpurchased 111 thu United Suites and bled the unfeeling brute, with his hus been erected ut San Fedro, Sulu, mouth full of ham. u small equipment, Honduras. It la but marks the beginning of a new Many a man's vices have at first been nothing worse than good qualiSubscribe now for the News ties run wlid. -- Hare. 1 11 11 11 whole poop e join in the effort by giving up things that they can do without, so that the labor that would have been employed in making those things can do work that will ultimately result in gun fire. The government lias offered the opportunity to translate at once every one's personal patriotism into the sort of help that will will the war. Forego buying something that is unnecessary; MM the money you would have used to the government, by buying $5 war saving certificates. You will thus have released labor, you will have acquired the best security in the world, a tinted Slates government bond. j$ TRUST DEPARTMENT 8 B Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Help win the war. Buy War Stamps and save your money. XX3 How To Use The TELEPHONE Did it ever occur to you that you might not be using the telephone in the right way? Do you speak sideways, above, below, or six inches away from the transmitter of your telephone? You should talk directly into the transmitter not simply at it. Keep your lips about one inch from the mouthpiece. Speak in an even tone. It is not necessary to shout. There is much that can be said about the proper way to telephone, but these little rules will help. Whtn you Telephone Smile , CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated CHAS. HAM BY, Manager, Cloverport, Ky. IMPORTANT NEWS IN BRIEF FORM HAPPENING FROM THROUGHOUT KENTUCKY CONDENSED AND TERSELY TOLD. FARMER SHOOTS HIMSELF Despondency, Due to Ml Health, Causes Farmer to Commit Suicide Sheriff Captures Alleged Leader of Band of Hog Thieves. ter, succeeded In capturing what the officials believe to be the ringleader 500 Men. In the hog thefts committed recently University To Honor The University of Kentucky Is to do when he arrested George Curtis, white, on his farm about three miles honor to the 500 men who have left her from Kiddvllle, In Montgomery coun- ranks for the service of their county. In addition to Curtis two others try by placing in the chapel a service are expected to be arrested shortly in flag with 500 stars. connection with the same robberies. The University has responded liberAt a meeting of the poultry raisers ally to every war call. When the call of the county at the Chamber of Com- came from the Agricultural Depart merce, Muysville, it was decided to ment for a great food production the adopt the Rhode Island Red breed as University sent about four hundred ol a standard, and 5,000 eggs will be her students back to the farms in an brought and distributed throughout the county for hatching purposes this swer. The Y. M. and Y. W. C. A.'s sent contributions to war funds and spring. every department In the University A. F. Wood, of near Maysville, had to the Liberty Loan. The fifteen hoes killed by dogs which were subscribed Red Cross enrolled nearly five hundred supposed to he In a starving condition. members from the student body and The carcasses of the hogs were all faculty in its Christmas drive for partly eaten. membership. Prof. L. L. Morgan, principal of the Five hundred students are alreadj high school at Mooreflold, Nicholas following the colors, many of them county, has resigned to take a posi- overseas. More than fifty will leave tion with the United States Agricul- with Base Hospital Unit No. 40. A tural Dpiuirtmnnt roll of honor has been made of the Seventy-ninmen of the Pendleton names of these students, but now a county selectives did not ask for ex movement is to be inaugurated by Dr McVey to have a service flag with a emption. John O'Hara. of Falmouth, was sen- star for each name on this roll ol tenced to jail for nine months and honor. The flag will be made by the fined $100 for shooting his brother, young women of the institution and presented formally in chapel. James O'Hara, with intent to kill. Following a three davs' trial of the will case of Mrs. U. F. Whalley in To Select Vocational Professor. the Fleming circuit court, at President F. L. McVey, University the jury was discharged of Kentucky, was empowered by tht when if failed to agree. She had Board in call meeting to se willed her estate of about 9,000 to her Executive lect a head for the work of training three brothers, cutting out her two orphan nieces, Mrs. C. A. Glascock, teachers lor vocational education by operation of the of Flemingsburg, and Mrs. Ida Avery, made possible bill, which requires in who contested the will. At a meeting of hemp growers at stitutions taking advantage of the acl Versailles to complete an organiza- to train teachers for vocational "sub tion for a centralized sale of the hemp jects. The bill also provides that tht crop of Woodford county, reports Government furnishes $36,000 thit showed over 1.900 acres sinned mi. year if the state and local towns wil A white boy about three years old raise a similar amount for the estab was deserted at a boarding house at lishing of vocational training in tht the corner of Vine and Upper streets, high schools and teachers training Lexington, and the police are looking courses in the University and the Nor for a man who is said to have left the mal Industrial School at Frankfort. Ot child there. The man said he was this sum $12,493 is to be devoted ti from Cleveland, Ohio, and that he was eacher training, of which the Unlver on his way to Valley View to take the sity is to receive 75 per cent. Mist child to his mother and left the child Anna Richardson, of Washington, a at the boarding house. representative of the Warren Dennis, 30, who was appar- interests, conferred with Dr. McVey ently permanently injured as the re- in regard to the courses offered in do sult of a fall eleven years ago, fell on mestic science in the University tc an icy concrete pavement at George- teachers. She approved the course. Ii town and wrenched back into place now rests with the Legislature to pass the leg bone which for more than a the bill, the provisions of which havt decade had caused him to walk on been accepted by Gov. Stanley. crutches or a cane. Mr. Dennis believes that in falling he threw and wrenched it back in place. He now Grand Jury Hears Solons. Three members of the Leglslatun walks without difficulty. Guy H. Brings, a prominent attor- were before the Franklin county grant ney, of Frankfort, slipped on his door- jury to give evidence relating to tht step and fell at his home. He cut a charges mado by Representative M. E long gash in his scalp and his left leg Gilbert during the Democratic Houst was broken just above the ankle. caucus, that numerous jobs had beer County agents of farm extension ir work in nine Western Kentucky coun- offered members of the Legislature effecting the organization of tht ties will convene at Paducah February 27 for a three days' session. The House. The members Jjefore he granc purpose of the conference is the discussion of the agricultural needs ot THE CHRONIC "JINER" the counties represented and adoption of plans for the raising of larger crops next year. The counties to be represented will be McCracken, Marshall, Calloway, Livingston, Ballard, Graves, Hickman, Lyon and Carlisle. A handsome regulation service flag, commemorative of the members of the congregation who are now serving in the United States army, navy, marines or other branches was unfurled and dedicated at the Methodist church at Hopklnsville. This 1b the first service flag to be displayed by a congregation or public house In Hopklnsville. The McCracken County Unit ot the Woman's Committee, National Defense Council, was organized at a meeting held at the Woman's Club building at Paducah, at the direction of Mrs. Helm Bruce, of Louisville, state chairman of the council. James B. Wood, administrator ol the estate of Arthur Morton, has filed suit in the Mason Circuit Court gainst the B. F. Hetterlck Engineering Co., at Chattanooga, Tenn., for 10,000 damages. Morton, who was In fuMSt4 the employ of the company, was e Flem-IngsburSmith-Hughes Smith-Hughes J. W. De Jarnette, a farmer, 62 years old, who lived on the Lexington plko about three miles from Paris, committed suicide by shooting himself In the head with a rifle. He was found in his bedroom with the rifle lying beside him and had evidently Despondbeen dead several hours. ency, due to ill health, is supposed td have caused him to kill himself. Sheriff Clay Hodgkin, in Winches- partmental expenses. ' Dump." Calling the old Public Offices ac count, which State Auditor Oreeno changed to Sinking Fund account when he assumed office, a "dumping ground for public expenses that might not be justified under the law If assign ed to accounts of departments for whose benefit the claims were allowed," State Inspector and Kxaminer Nat B. Sewell In a report said somewhere it ought to be shown to what department the expense belongs. He cited two Instances, one where a man VMM kept on the payroll from March to .Ii.n nary at $75 under the item, "work in straightening out old records," ami an other where John Rich, of Covington, was drawing $275 the month as r.pelal assistant to the Attorney General In the railr ad litigation and $125 under "Public Otnee" account for assisting the Stall Board of Valuation and Assessment. He was doing very valuable work, but the Inspector and Examiner could find no authority for drawing the pay in two ways under that entry. From July 1, 1912, to January 1, 191fi, "Public Offices" accounted for $48. 611.48 expenses, and Included some items of coal, some of wages, stationery, furniture and every variety of de- Ga ls Account HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN'S PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. ETC. DR. (lfflrp W; B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... A- - I am leaving for duty in the unny, I feel that it M flue my clients, MMMtfcttf and friends thai, I make known my arrangements I have associated with reference to my business generally. witli me in law, Mr. I). ('. Walls, who is a full imttner, and will occupy my oflice and have active charge of all my legal business. Mr. Krnest Woodward, whom I regard as one of the best lawyers in Kentucky, will be associnled with Moorman & Walls in the practice. W. It Moorman, my father, is my unqualified agent to do anything that I could do myself, and will operate the partnership business of Moorman oi Hcurd, and my oil business and io anything else necessary to be done by me. For the present, I will not resign as Commonwealth's Attorney and Mr. Walls will perform the duties of my office in this county. I am profoundly grateful for the confidences imposed in me, believe that my associates will conduct my professional business satisfactorily to all, and I will appreciate the support of ruy friends in my absence, which is only occasioned by my conception of sacred duty. Very sincerely, IIKNRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN. DENTIST Hnnr" s , " mp. m. lo5p u' 12 M m- - AlatJnoMeea'nrlni oMce hoars Irvingfon, Ky Louisville, Henderson & St, Louis Ry, Co. DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPERS ISIQlffilS SrpEp? PULLMAN SLEEPERS pointment as director tor Kentucky ot the public service reserve. He will begin his organisation work immediately, and enroll the State's quota for industrial service necessary to the prosecution of the war. killed. Dr. Frank L. McVey, of the University of Kentucky, has received his ap- t A. J Gross and Kxeculor, Etc , I'ltfs. vs William (i Pumphrey, Etc., Defend'ts. All creditors having again.' t the estate of A. J. Gross are notified to present same, duly proven, before the undersigned Master Commissioner of Kentucky Farm Products. the Breckimidge Circuit Court, at his Farm products raised during tht office in Hardinsburg, Ky.,on or beyear 1917 by the 4,000 members of tlu fore February 8, l'J18. Lee Walls, boys' agricultural clubs in the statt Master Commissioner Breckinridge Ciramounted to approximately $150,000 cuit Court. the annual report of Otis Kercher head of the work for Kentucky, shows As compared with tho record madt Notice to Creditors. by the members of these clubs tht previous year, the report shows thai the total membership and the anionic Ermine Shellman's Executor, Etc ,Pltfs. VS of products raised In 1917 amount tt M. B. Church, South, Defendant. more than four times the number o: All creditors having claims against members and the value of their worl the estate of Ermine Shellman, are no1916. in tified to present siims, duly proven, bePauper Idiot Claims. The increase in pauper idiot claims fore the undersig.ied Master CommisBreckinridge Circuit in this sta'e in the last M years is six sioner of the times as g"eat as the Increase in pop- Court, at his office in Hardinsburg, Ky., ulation. This startling Information is on or Defore February 8, 19IS. contained in a report made to Gov. LEE WALLS. ernor Stanley by State Inspector and Master Commi.-sione- r Brtckimidge CirExaminer Nat B. Scwull of the condicuit Court. expenses connected with tho tions and caro of pauper idiots in Kentucky. Notice to Creditors. As shown by certifications of circuit clerks in September, 1917, there were 2,352 paopei idiots living in this state, Robert Moore, Adnir. of T.J. Moore's ep.ch of whom Is entitled to $75 a Estate, Plaintiff) vs year. Partners Bank, Defendant. All creditors having claims against Why Germany Can't Win. the estate of T. J. Moore, are notified The GefBIS III can never win this war! to present same, duly proven, before Kven if the Kaiatf defeats Italy; even if the undersigned Master Commissioner he dJ ats Trance; even if lie makes of the Breckinridge Circuit Court, at peace with Russia and Romania; even if his office in Hardinsburg, Ky., on or he continues to have his way in the Ba- before February S, 1018. LEE WALLS, lkans ami Poland even then the Kaiser will not be in as strong a position as Master Commissioner Breckinridge Circuit Court. Napoleon once was. And Napoleon, his armies bled white with victories, was finally defeated, and Administrator's Notice. spent bis last days in exileat St. Helena. All persons having claims against the Even though the Kaiser should be victorious on land, it woultl be short estate of W. R. Wethington, deceased, lived, and the spoils would have to be are hereby notified to present them returned and full reparation made Why properly proven, as required by law, to Simply because the United States, Great the undersigned on or before the first Iiritai'n, and Japau can still shut the day of March, I9IH. P. D. Wethington, Germans from the seas. With free acHenry Mattingly, cess to the resources of Administrators. practically the whole world the Allies can maintain an economic blockade of Administrator's Notice. Germany until the German people will establish a people's government with All persons having claims against the which lasting peace can he made. late Fred W. Fraize, deceastd, me no The United States and Great Britain tided to'present them, duly proven, as will never surrender. If worse comes to quired by law, to the undersigned adworst, they will continue the war against rt ministrator, at his residence, in HarK aisei ism on the sea and in the air dinsburg, Ky., on or before February until the Germans will gladly make a A. N. Skillman, 8, 1018. lasting peace. Administrator of the estate of Fred W. Hut the Kaiser hasn't defeatci Italy Fraize, deceased. He hasn't defeated 1'iaiice. The Allies are getting stronger every day as the Notice. United States throws her gigantic weight in man power ami resources against the Breckinridge Circuit Court. Kaiser, while the Germans were at their C. W. Moorman, Adm'r., Ktc, zenith in the opening days of the war Plaintiff, vs. three and one half years ago and are Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. , Kxor. getting just that much weaker every Defendant. day. All creditors having claims against the The same thing that defeated Napoleon estate of Sallie A Cross, are notified to will defeat the Kaiser. What? Sea present same, duly proven, before the power. No the Germans can never win undersigned Muster Commissioner of the this war. Farm and Fireside. Breckinridge Circuit Court, at his office in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, on or before Vocational Schools in Kentucky. February 8th, I9I8. Lee Walls, Master Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 1. The Voca- Commissioner Breckinridge Circuit Court. tional Education Board has selected the schools arid colleges in which vocational Notice of Dissolution of training, under the federal act will be started. Cloverport Real Estate Agriculture will be taught in high And Improvement Company. liallard County; schools at Lacenter, Greenville, Muhlenburg County; 11. Notice is htrsby given that the Mercer County; Burlington, Improvellooue County and Duncan, Marshall Cloverport Real Estate and ment Company, a coi poration, is closCouuty. Home economics and trades will be ing up its business. taught iu schools as follows: F'rankfort, The Cloverport Kesl Estats and Improvement Co., telegraph and home economics; Paducah, The Man is looking at his Schedule Harrodsburg, Owensboro and Pembroke, By Claude Mercsr President. to see what Lodge meets tonight. He Attsst; Ray Lewis Heyser Sscrstary. High School belongs to them all and pays more colored; Georgetown Girls' school in LouisDoes than you could shake a Stick at, and the colored night Telegraphy classes at the vocational in 1, while if he wore all his Regalia at ville. l'rintiug-anshop work was assigned Louisville, aud vocational training in once, he would look like the Doodad of Tlmbuctoo. The Loage QoaU trem- to the Somerset High School, aud radio the continuation school and night school ble at his Name. buzzer to the University of Kentucky, for workiugineu also is provided. Jury were Representatives R. C. Mu sick, of Breathitt county; M. E. Gil bert, of McCracken county, and T. P Oliver, of Calloway county. Gllbcr stated in the House that he had heei offered a Job of $1,500 a year to "all In his office in Paducah and throw hi; feet on the desk" if he would cast hi; voto against Claude M. Thomas, o Paris, for speaker. He said he ha declined Uie offer. LEGAL NOTICES High-Class L., H. & ST. L. RY. Coaches LEAVE UNION STATION Notice to Creditors. Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY TRAINS rllll City Ticket Office: Both R. F. PENN, T- Fourth and Main Phones 1134 E. M. W0MACK, G. P. A. JAS. C. McCLOY C. P. A P. A. LOUISVILLE, KY. I LOUISVILLE ?: I S6.00 COURIER-JOURNAMail-(Not L Daily by Sunday) I iSs AND THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Your Home Paper and the Best Know n Daily B Newspaper of this section. Bi An Excellent Combination! Subscription orders at this combined rate may he sent to the office of The Hreckenridge News or to Henry Penner, the Courier-JournAgent, Lioverport, Ky. al :S- - A Field off Because He Sowed 2LE r"S3Sfia Thejr prwlufle better cnn Satisfaction 1 rut 5LE CRCWINtS KIND . Yourtlrst LOUIiYIU muvuii PmJiJ Cel. LOUISVILLE . SEED CO.. Incorporator! I w Square Deal Hog and Field Fence! This famous hrand of fencing is made from 4 different weights of wire. Special Features: A knot that never slips; a stiff picket-lik- e stay wire; hest quality of guaranteed; always stands tight and trim galvanizing, winter or summer. Packed in 20 and 40 rod rolls. "Square Deal" Fence, style No. 9 made in the follow56-i.; .; .; .; .; ing heights: 20-in26-iu32-in39-in47-inn. The heaviest and strongest fence on the niaiket. tipf CUlU suitable for fencing around stock lots, hou yards, small pastures, etc.. white fencing strain is unusally heavy. T. N. McGlothlan & Son, :: Irvingfon, Ky. CORN WANTED! We want any part of 500 bushels, No. 2 White Milling Corn, husk off, at once. See or w rite us quick. d Hardinsburg Mill Both Phones & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. you have to go in dett for them. Every McOary farm near McQuady last fall furrow that a farmer makes this year for $6,500, Hold It last Monday to Ben will go just that far towards winning and Burn McOary for 7,5. JOHN D. BABBAfil:. Fditor and Publisher the war nad putting the Kaiser out of business. Skillman & Jarboe told In Louisville Mnnilay one load of rattle at II and 12 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY Farmers 01 gnniz itions, the county cents. The load brought them over agent and others who have a chance to $2,000. Mr. Jarboe reports that he lost FEBRUARY 6, 1918 CLOVERPORT. KY., WEDNESDAY. help in loijig so, owe it to the country M pigs from the intense cold during the t xert every ffort to get every avail- zero weather. able tarn Implement, in thir neighbor mau who can hood in the hands of Marion MtG.ivnck sold C. V. Ilobert-anKvery Individual use it to advantagetwo mules Saturday, one for $i50 farmer owes it to the nation and to his and the other for .200. neighbor to do the same thing. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 7.5c for 6 months. T. E. Mitchell & Co., of Albert, insertion. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional The Southern Agriculturist Bafal Mexico, recently purchased a number "The ordinary way ot doing things will of Herefords for their New Mexico Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. not do this year. It will be a c im- ranch, including two Beau Gaston Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. munity shame and a comniuuity lovs it bulls and a yearling beau Doa single farm worker iu the neighbor-hver, from $7.0 to $i,5X). If it is not correct please notify us. label on your paper. Examine the nl muit do his work improperly equipped so far as tools go. The best In an address before the Kentucky No I K TO SUMCMMtMWhfll you hae finished reading your copy equipment will not be available in ev- Sheep Breeders' Association at Lexingavailable should ton, Ky., Weduesday in connection of the BttBCKENRIDGl Nl'WS hand it to a friend who is not a subscriber: ery Mae, but the best be put into the hands of every man. with the annual Farmers' Week prodo not throw it away or destroy it. ceedings. President Frank L. MeVey, "Let no farm worker," it says, of the University of Kentucky, advoca"fritter away his time and energy this ted that legislation be enacted to eradi is MM much to a man who is not wiser today year because of poor equipment if bet- cate dogs in order that the sheep breedter equipment can in any way be had ers might not be hampered in their than vesterdav. Lincoln. for him. And let no man think that wotk the duty to provide such equipment is a duty of that individual only. The prosA poor cow never yet made a dollar's LAW ABOUT TO BE REPEALED, BOG perous farmer who sees his tenant worth of profit for her owner. The Wo air informed that the city council is about to repeal the hog neighbor thus wasting his time this good cow properly handled never fails raising law and persons in town will, lie granted permission by the year is duty bound to help that neigh- to put money in his pocket. There are all the year, provided it bor get better equipment for his daily too many farmers in this country plancity clerk to keep a pig on their ning how to make ends meet who supPreviously the law required that pig work. does not become a nuisance. port a lot of cows that might better be raising could not be carried on within the town limits during the sumW. R. Moorman, Jr., and E L. Rob- turned into beef today than to be kept mer months. ertson are both busy putting the fin a day longer. Especially in these times The council did this as an act of patriotism as the hood Adminis- ishing touches on their Short HorLS of high prices. Why should a man registeied for the sale in Louisville slave himself to death for the sake of a tration is urging everyone to raise pigs. herd of cattle that turns in no profit? will re- February It, we trust they council desires to be so THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS EVERY ONE IN THE FAMILY 000 OUGHT TO JOIN OUR 000 CHRISTMAS EIGHT PAGES. 000 000 11 000 N-- w 000 I 000 There raising 000 HAVE YOU JOINED OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB? IF NOT, COME IN NOW AND DO SO. BRING THE CHILDREN WITH YOU. THE HABIT OF SAVING MONEY IS ONE OF THE BEST HABITS YOU CAN TEACH YOUR CHILDREN, AND YOU CAN TEACH THEM IN NO BETTER OR EASIER WAY THAN BY OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB PLAN. REMEMBER IN FIFTY WEEKS: CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS CLUB PAYS 000 $127.60 6S.75 26.50 12.75 patriotic, Since the quire that the hog pens be kept in a most sanitary condition. Unlesn they are, the repealing of such a law will not make living very pleasant for our inhabitants next summer. Kvery farmer in Breckenridge county, especially breeders of thoroughbred live stock, should attend the Public Sale of Registered Short Horn and Polled Durham cattle at Louisville next Monday, February 11. This will be an opportunity for breeders to stock up on good cattle. Even if 3'ou don't want to buy you can get a line on the price and the value of thoroughbred stock. Two of our breeders, W. R. Moorman & Son, and E. L. Robertson, will have some choice cattle in this sale, and they ought to be backed up by their home people. Burley tobacco sold on the Louisville Jake Lymer sold Mr. l'itts, the timber man at Glen Dean, 200 bushels of market last week as high as a2, the highest price on that market for this corn at $1.40 per bushel delivered, season. Dark ranged from $10 to $i9.50. eoo The following farmers living in the 000 neighborhood of Glen Dean, have over Mr. Wilson moved to the county seviOO.OOO pounds of nice bright one sucker eral years ago and bought the Willis tobacco not sold: J. L. Jolly has 10,000 Hardin farm. He brought four boys in to 12,000 pounds, Will and Frank Jar- their teens. They are all married now, boe 15,000, Henning Brothers 10,000, are active, prosperous, Oen Jarboe 15,00(1, James Clark 2,500, farmers and citizens. Monie Hawae 2,500, Jess Jolly 8,000, B. 000 A. WrfJttinghill 20,000, George Jarboe Herbert Horseley, who is with L B. 6,000, and Will Clark 3,000. Richardson, of Gaifield, was en route 000 to Brandenburg to see his wife who is Hon. D. C. Moorman sold W. C. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Em. well-to-do 000 000 YOU CAN START WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT FIRST ANDDECREASE YOUR PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. COME IN, WE WILL GLADLY EXPLAIN EVERYTHING TO YOU. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG X TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. We Offer You Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods pound last week Moorman a The Louisville Evening Post gives an account of the Louisville for H0. physicians who are in service stating that Louisville has exceeded its 000 quota while Kentucky tanks second for enlistment. Among the E. L. Robertson sold Jack Jolly, of e whose names are given la Major Milton Board. McQuady, a Short Horn bull calf for Major Board originally came from Breckinridge county, "where $125. Mr. Rotertson says this calf in Grass market would have all Rood things grow," and we are glad to have our county represen- the Blue M0, brought ted iu tliis branch of this service. "i00 Loui-viilphy-icians hog met Coleman. The country needs more sheep, says the Department of Agriculture. Six farmers out of seven in the United States have no sheep. Six out of seven have dogs. Yet strange as it may seem, there is more money in sheep than in dogs. Southern Agriculturist. 000 Wanted! For the Ordnance Department of the Army To Serve in the United States. Vocational education is an excellent addition to our Kentucky schools. The next best thing is to compel the children to take advantage of this opportunity. If other counties have as many delinquents in their school- - as we have, it is without wonder that our state ranks so low in education. The war has proven that it takes an educated man to get to the top. The ground hog saw his shadow in some parts of Kentucky and other parts he did not. If this insignificant creature is going to have more power over controlling the elements than the Creator, we will have some very peculiar weather news over the State in the net six And still some folks believe in the ground hog superstition. weeks. Speaking of conservation why not conserve the paper and ink that is used in printing comic valentines. We have never known a Sonic valentine to be sent that was not sent with a bit of sarcasm and caused the receiver to hear wounded feelings. They are sttictlv nonessentials and hould be eliminated during war times and all times. -- The American homes are still on the regulation. If we are fully convinced that will continue to stay on the honor system. there is action therefore we need to get we want to win the war. honor system of the food food will win the war, we Where there is conviction convinced immediately if Next Tuesday, February 12, will be, the birthday of one of the greatest men America has ever produced, Abraham Lincoln. A man of brains, power, action, and fearless to do what he thought was right. The best way we can honor him is to tind out more of his life and profit by it in our own lives. The American National Defense Society, which is an organization for the purpose of surpressing all enemy agents within the U. S. has as its new honorary president, Theodore Roosevelt. A branch of this society is being organized in Cloverport. During the month of January, the Breckenridge News added to t its subscription list seventy renewals and new subscribers . making a total of one hundred and sixty-eighthirty-eight- Having lightless nights when the moon shines, our town. We did that long before the war. Acquire the Thrift Stamp habit. is nothing new in I FARM AND STOCK. I good, active, working firmersthat know how to farm along scientific lines can accomplish much in the way of producing food aud raising stock. Seventy-live County ugeut, Mr. Harth, said be bad a tiue meeting with the farmer of McCJuatly last Saturday. There were live wire farmmore thau seventy-livers present with a live wire speaker, kev. J. K. Knue, It was a very profitable and interesting meeting ho said. All present were anxious to get a Hue on new methods in (arming aud plant e To do big work on the farm it is very 000 ing. important to have a good eijuipmeut, all othtr attend especially this year when labor is scarce 000 Hed Cross workers will be invited tg and high. His efforts should not be Beard Brothers shipped on.; load of come too. wasted because of a lack of tools to cattle and hogs Saturday. They have make them effective. on hands 40 head of mules from 3 to 10 Mr. Thomas Cooper has bean alactad years old. Dean of the College of Agriculture and 000 If you havu't got the tools and team Director of the Experiment Station at 000 the thing to do U to get them even if James Smith, who bought the Ernest the Univaralty of Kentucky. 1 R. G. Robertson says he has 100 acres of corn yet in the field. As soon as the S. L Bandy, Irvington, route 1, was weather permits he will invite his in Hardinsburg Thursday. Like all neighbors in to help him gather it. good farmers he subscribed foe the Breckenridge News. Mr. Bandv lost H. H. Gibson, of Lodiburg, went to $4 a hundred on his tobacco last year Bowling Green last week with Chester by being without the News and he don't who entered the Normal. want to be caught in a snap like that Skillman Chester raised a patch of tobacco that again. Mr. Bandy is planning for a big brought him 3 J which he is investing crop this year if he can get hands. He in an education. wants to put in 2O acres of tobacco besides corn and other products. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wilson, of Basin Springs, were in Irvington Saturday Look after the little lambs. Don't let Mr. Wilson sold last week them freeze. shopping. 7 head of cattle that averaged U00 pounds at $10.40; 9 head at $9.50. He Mrs. Thos. Beard sold all of her fine is feeding 75 head of hogs. His brother, thoroughbred Bronze turkeys to home Thos. Wilson, sold 9,000 pounds of people. She advertised in the home Burley at $28. This was sold before the papers. Mrs. Beard believes in patronslump in prices. His father, B. S. izing home enterprises and believes if Wilson, sold to Vernon Wood recently she has good things to sell to give her 100 acres of lanel oil his farm near the neighbors the first chance. This is good Corners for $2,000. Good business and fine patriotism. women always know how to do the W. B. Jenkins, of Hardin county, right thing, writing iu the Inland Farmer, says: "Let us, where we raised one hog, one The Test of Friendship. calf, one sheep and one chicken, double What is it to be loyal to a friend? it this ye:ir, and thereby not only in up for that crease our bank account.' , but sh-in It is willinguess to give friend something that we ourselves this way our appreciation of the loyalty We sometimes give our cast-ofof the best of the young men of our want. clothing or a bauble of which we country who have gone to the front to have become tired to the poor or to an fight our battles for us." acquaintance. It is charity; It is often "The average hen in the farm not a semblance of real sacrifice or docks," Mr. Jenkins says, "produces 15 real love. Great giving always involveggs in one year. This number can, es the parting with that which is dear with more attention on the part of the to ua. The father knows it when he savfarmer, be doubled. It does not take a takes voluntarily tha lot of expensive fixtures to successfully ing of a lifetime and spends on the raise poultry. Just a good warm place education of a son or daughter what to roost and plenty of good sound feed might make his old age comfortable and free from care. It is the divestiand the hen will do the rest. ture of a thing we wan. for the sake of another this Is the proof of real affecBtard Brothers sold last week the following farmers mules and hones: tion. Christian Herald. George Board, 3 mules for I7OO; Vic Mr. Green Coming. Roberlsou, 1 pair mules fo. J4.'15; D J 1 Alexander, pair for M65; Gardner Word has been receiveeLin HardinsB. ard, 1 pair for $40; Jordan Tabor, burg that Mr. Frank C. Green, State pair for $280; Ernest Eskridge 1 pair Chairman of the Red Cross Society, for 340; Jess Emery, 1 mule for tUtt; will be in ilardinsourg within a few Steve Elliott, pair for .'125; Joe Hin days to make plans concerning tha ton, 1 pair for $32."i; Nat Roberts, 1 pair consolidation of the Red Cross Chap-tar- s Ac for $:t2s; Abe Hyok llro. , pair for in Breckinridge county. 285; Jake Lymer, 1 mule for $l7"; D. The exact data of Mr. Green's arJohnson, horse for tills; Marce rival is not known but all the officers I saddle mare for $200; Jell Dowell, of the different societies are to be 1 horse for $110; Lon Bradley, horse notified in time aud will be urged to 10; Len Beavin, mule for $135. this conference, and 000 000 000 Thousands of workers are urgently needed in the prosecution of the war. The actual fighting forces would be powerless without an efficient army behind it. at is YOUR duty to ser7e the Government and A T ONCE! For information regarding this service apply to your Postmaster who will give you information about the positions to be filled and the salaries paid. JOHN A. MclLHENNY. U. S. Civil 000 000 000 President WASHINGTON, D. C. Service Commission 000 1 I WE are sure REPAIRING are experts order and re- f We know watches in the repairing of jewelry. thoroughly, and our equipment is complete enough to enable us to repair anything mendable. We also do engraving of the very highest, most artistic we can please you. Our prices for this as well 000 as for our pair work are astonishingly We can supply rings 'with reasonable. any kind of a stone or fancy design hard-earne- d T. C. LEWIS Your Home Jeweler Hardinsburg, Ky. 000 ARE YOU GOING TO SAVE? 1 1 1 1 Huf-fine- s, If you didn't start a bank account last year, start one now RIGHT Every New Year birngs you one year nearer the time when you wont be able to earn as much as you do now. If you start a bank account now, each New Year will be a happier one and the time will soon come when you can stop work and live on your money. NOW. 1 FIRST STATE BANK W. J. HGGOTT, President HKRNDON, J. : Irvington, Ky. It J. C. PAYNK, Cashier J. D. LYDDAN, Ass't. Cashier Better let us print that stationery for you now; price right 1 W BreckenrJdge News. WEDNESDAY, is si ml FBI. fl, 1918 K ntred uttho Pontomirnnt.CIOTerport. clsss matter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED the guests of Mrs. Watson's sister, Mrs J Proctor Keith and Mr. Keith. See Furdsvilie Planing Mill Com pany's Ad , giving prices of the OWENSHORO MARSHALS AID FOB ENLISTED Announcement. For Appellate Judge. We are authorized to announce the name of J V. HtWM as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Appellate Judge from the Second District, in thej)rimary, August, l!l8. We are authorized to announce Judge K. Settle us a c.intlidiite for for Judge of the Court i f Appeals from the Second District, subject to the August, lilis, primary. W 50' j0' 0 44 & C 4 60 tV r As' & aOs' s& sAs' Farm Wagons. AND Order COLl'MIUTS to day ami St. Valentine Day save money. All prrsins knowing themselves in " FAMILY m debttd to me for City and School taxes will please settle at once as the next $ LTr notice will be an advertisement "f GENERAL OFFICES L. V.Chapin, your property. RerJCross Home Service Stands NEW YORK AND CHICAGO City Tax Col. by Relatives of Uncle Sam' RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CIT'F" James H. Pate of XI0 lufan'.ry Carrp Soldiers and Sailors. Z uharv Taylor, who has been ill for; I4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS three week's is bcttrr and IM1 able to come home Saturday even n for a fUll RnfTOrt'H KOTO: Thla ll fh f 8. 50 to kit paicnts, Mr and M s V li ) rf a npiW i tl flvr urtlrtea iintmred lv For Precinct anil city Offices fcir. Mease on the mJsc Km cms $5.00 Pttc near Tar springs. For County Offices Home Berries. Tin- IhffM v. TiinlnliUT nrt-- ! 15.00 Offices Mil In llnmo Serv-lctfor State and District lire: Dr. V S. Clark went to Lojisville 10 "Whnt lias Hii'n Tansjfcl BeffBS For Calls, per line S iturd iv to return home with his son. awVtaff Workor" ami "Orgn HMDS' nnii .W K.l.vin Clark who has hern in Si. TrntnliiR 30.00U llmno Service CMStJffM For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interJcsephV Infirmary. Mr. Clark will be teoinon."J est 01 individuals or expression conlintd to Ills home fur several weeks BY JAMES L. FIESER. 10 of individual views per line before he will be able to walk. Director, Civilian Relief, Lake Division, American Red Ccoss. Five million American women today Train Schedule on are engaged in production of lied L. Cross hospital supplies, knitted articles Mrs. Gilbert Kasey and Percy Kasey and surgical dressings. And these attended the funeral of their uncle, women toil without slightest inkling 16, 1917. Effective December Mr. Tom Fouchee at Ekron Saturday EAST ROUND of the identities of the men who will 9:111 A. Mi C. D. Hardaway spent Sunday the be comforted by No. 142 will leave Cloverport their patriotic en10:11 A. M. Arriving IrvlnfrtoD 12:15 P. M. guest of his father, T. P. Hardaway. Arrlvlnu Ixul8vllle deavors. M. 4:5 P. No. 144 will leave Cloverport Uev. Ryan filled his regular appoint5:50 P. M. So it remains for the army of 30,000 Arriving IrvlnRtpn 7:40 P. M. Arriving Louisville Hed Cross civilian relief, or Home 5:02 A M. ment at Bewleyville Sunday. 148 will leave Clover aort No. 5:48 A. M. Arriving Irvtngton Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury have as Service, workers to bring the personal-con7:25 A. M. Arriving Louisville Into the Hed Cross work by their house guests Misses Mary Foote tact WEST BOUND holding out. In a quiet and unpatron-Uln10 57 A. M. and Laura Mell Stith. No. 141 will leave Cloverport 12:09 P. M. manner, a helping hand to relaArriving Owensboro ...14:58 P. M. Ben F. McCoy is ill of lagrippe. Arriving Henderson tives of men In the service and, later, 1:23 P. M. EvansviUe Arriving ... 7:40 P. M. Garland Walker Gross, little son of to the men themselves on their re Arriving St. Louis 7:45 P. M. Mr and Mrs. No. 143 will leave Cloverport Sam Gross has been quite turn from the battlefronts. 8:08 P. M. Arriving Hawesvllle It remains for this army of 80,000 ... 9:00 P. M. ill but is much better. Arriving Owensboro .11:65 P. M. (which is backed by more than 3,000 No. 145 will leave Cloverport Percy Kasey has returned home. M. 1:00 A. Arriving Owensboro chapters with a membership above .. 1:50 A. M. Arriving Henderson Sipes Messrs. J. M. Compton, A. to marshal a reserve of medi... 1:17 A. M. Arriving Kvansvllle. 7:40 A.M. Arriving 8t. Louis and Chas. McCoy appraised the prop- cal, legal, educational, social and f... 6:33 A. M. 147 will leave Shops No. inancial forces to assist In this "helping... 7:48 A. M. erty Saturday of J. D. Jordan, deArriving Owensboro -hand 9:00 A. M. business," In a manner honArriving Henderson ceased orable to the American Red Cross The icy condition of the ground a and worthy of those helped. mmiHiiiii iiimmimiiMmmitmiiiiiHitt round Bewleyville don't keep the ladies First of all, Red Cross Home Servfrom visiting for I know of some while ice centers about home solidarity: I making calls have had to crawl in some getting lonely women back to lire iiiiiiiwiiiiiiimiii mm itmmmiim hi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini places where walking is not safe. with their own people, watching over i Of a Personal and Business I Griffin Hardaway of Iowa came the Interests of an expectant mother, Nature Gathered for Our Busy Thursday to spend some time with his reuniting scattered families and writReaders. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hardaway. ing to men in the service about the 5 3 situation in their homes. I " Griffin mi says it is pleasant here the iimiiimiiiiillim ill ii minium mi mi Recently a young Italian in one of was .12 degree Mrs. Carl Brittou was in Uardins morning he left Iowa it the cantonments within the Lake dibelow zero. vision was worried to a point where burg Monday Mr. ajd Mrs. G. R. Compton and he was of little use to his government Kelix Jarboe were Mr. and Mrs. John little Dorothy spent Sunday with Mr. because he got no letters from his in Louisville Monday. wife. He appealed to the Red Cross. and Mrs. Hillie Stith. Mrs. Frank Ferry and Mrs. Miller A Home Service committee member Miss Bertha Forte was the guest of Investigated (they never embarrass Ferry were in Louisville Friday. Miss Bettie Lee Jolly last week. the family by sending the whole comThe Ladies Reading Club will meet mittee) and found that he got no let E. W. Foote spent Friday in HardMrs. Sam Conrad. this week with ters because his wife could not write. insburg 011 business. Tony Nicholas is in Hawesvllle "Mrs. Arrangements were made for a letter Srielby Bandy spent the week end at to who to see her father, Mr. Will Tyler be written for the wife once a Harued the unest of his week. Simple service, but with wonla in. Mrs Oia Giiliugwater Weatherford, derful results upon the soldier's state Miss Cecil Smith left Sunday for We extend to Mrs. Weatherford our of mind. And, perhaps best of all, the visit her si&ter, Mrs. New Albany to deepest sympathy in her great bereave- young wife now is learning to read Jno. Kirkhim. and write. ment. Mr. N. C. Nail, Vine Grove was the The Child Angle. Miss Clara Wallace Foote spent last Then there Is the children's side of Iguest of Miss Bettie Davis of Basin week tne guest of her sister, Mrs. Eva It there are men In the service who Spring last week. Hardaway. are fathers despite the fact that the Payne will be hostess Miss Esther Mr. and Mrs. Pate Dooley spent the public generally does not think that to the Friday Club on Friday after- week end the guests of her parents, there are many fathers In the ranks. week. noon of this Home Service workers are explainMr. and Mrs l!an F. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Keith of Georgia Tom Wilson and sou, Ben Franklin ing lessons to children who fall behind in their classes. They see that chilare in Basins Springs the guests of y.I Wilson spent Thursday in Louisville. dren in need of medical care get that and Mrs. C. S. Wilson. Grover Keith was in Hardinsburg care. They are seeking to give kindly Rev. W. L Baker was in Owensboro advice to the child Just beginning to to attend the Owensboro Dis Friday having been called there by be wayward or disobedient. Tuesday the examining board. trict Missionary Conference. Coming 10 the economic side of the Howard Pate who has been very Bervice, Red Cross service workers Mrs. Ben Kidgeway and her son are: James Franklin Ridaeway went to sick weiare glad to say is out agair. Fitting people to the right Job and Louisville to spend the week end. The children in the home of Philip helping them stay fitted by trying to Smith, 33" Infantry Camp Cain are recovering from measles. Sgt. Don find out where the Job pinohes; seeing Zichary Taylor spent Sunday with his that insurance policies do not lapse; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Worden encouraging people, who have mmr Scaled Mount Ararat. ready money than usual (some do Corp. Earl Ueav'.n 36 Infantry Camp Mount Ararat In Armenia Is now Zachary Taylor spent the week end generally believed to hnve been the have), to spend --it with good sense; of pay allowwith his Darents, Mr. and Mrs Sam spot where Noah left the ark. Not protecting the recipient ance checks from the wiles of unBeavin. until 1820 did a mountain climber suc- scrupulous Installment men and sales ceed In scaling Its steep assent. Doc- agents; getting thfe best lega and Sommers and Jasper J. Henderson were the guests of tor Purrot, nn Englishman, achieved business advice In the perplexing probMiss Cirace Pauley and Miss Kathleen that distinction. For centuries the lems sure to rise in war times. niountuin had defied the efforts of And finally helping the crippled solCrist, Sunday. mountain climbers, and the Christian dier or sailor. This work is still In Miss Cornelia MaUingly hat return- eccleslactlcs of Armenia asserted, as the future, and, while not the most ed home from Owensboro having finish- an article of faith, that Jehovuh had pleasant thing In the world to anticied her work with tbe J. S, Phelon made the peak his earthly home, and pate, provisions for it must be and Is that no human could possibly reach the being made. This the Red Cross Home Tobacco Company. top and escape divine vengeance. When Service workers are planning to do Dan Henning of Camp Shelby, Doctor Parrot declared that he had ac- by: the son of Vic Henning of complished the ascent the priests reEncouraging employers to give suitHardinsburg is seriously 111 with pneu- fused to believe him and they cling to able work to eripplee that they may this attitude of skepticism In spite of find permanent opportunity for entire monia at the camp. the fact that dozens of explorers since or partial self support and chance for Jones, the fireman who have atood on the top of the Greater advancement; maintaining an informaMr. Willi wa hurt In Louisville several weeks Ararat and guzed out over Armenia tion service regarding opportunities go, returned home Tuesday night. He from an altitude of 17,000 feet. for such employment, or working with it able to walk with crutches. stats and municipal employment inPopular Superstition. struments provided for this purpose; Mr and Mn. L. W. Watsou, Proctor To be born on the first day of a new giving personal attention to the Ark., were here a few days last week moon menus that the child will have a troubles and hope of those who do happy life and be rich. A child born not find satisfactory work and to on the second day will grow rapidly. others whose courage must not be alA short life Is predicted for a child lowed to fall; securing vocational born on the third or the sixth day. A training for those unfitted for the kind child born on the fifth day will be de- of work there is available; creating a ceitful and proud. public opinion which will encourage Birth on the seventh duy menns thut self support from all crippled soldiers Insurance Office a child born will live long, but have and sailors to the degree that it is many troubles. The ninth day prompossible for them to work. ises that a child born then shall have All this Is, in brief, American Red riches and' honors. A child born on Cross Home Service as it now operates the tenth day will live long and be a and is planned. The program has been great traveler. built up from the experiences of our TorA birth on the eleventh day means allies. Without doubt, like all Red that the child will be healthy and Cross work, the program will grow as handsome, and If a girl, remarkable the war grows older. Ons tiling, how-ee- f, A child born on the Life, la certain for wisdom. twelfth day of the moon will be dearJfQTHINQ LB8S THAN THB ly loved, but have u bud temper. AS OUTLINED ABOVB WILL MBABURB UP TO THE IDEALS OF AMERICAN The poultry business comes about as AMERICA AND OF THE Companies year in- turn cROsa. Reliable near to fdruishlng an all the Ads." our come as any branch of farming. FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE HAN'S February 14th We are Ready for Cupid to Speed the Darts jgj He I I RATE Classified can make her happy. il ADVERTISEMENTS! Ic Per Word Each Insertion " Here Are: The Iiitce, Mechanical Cul Outs, nOftty Comb Tissue Novelties nml Fancies, Then the Comics, besides the Fenny Kinds for the little folks. Enough to please all. Valentines from the sublime to the ridiculous. mm Nun i Advertisers please notify the editor Irani sulvrnlsi'minr illnrontlnueii HELP WANTED ANTKO A efojspsf to work on my farm ' bis own leimi anil tools: can help oil-liihi a daring the crop M BcssaV7.--Dlef- e Cloverport. Ky., miir the plki on Steplirnsport road. WANTED Man wlili IstSJt to MM on shares, mostly tobeeepj (food gfOSJM H. L. Braaer, u nlon smr. Ky. Salesmen w inted to Solicit orders f off luhrlcatlnfr oils. ariMisi-- and paints. Salary or commission. Address The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland. Ohio. BLWLEYVILLE The L, H&St.' R'y. A New Book or a Box of Candy wouldn't $ be amiss for Valentine Day . WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WAi'TKD One cur load (if Corn and one raff load of hay. - llardlnshurK I.lvery Burn. Ilardlnshurg, Ky. WANTED You to make extra money by renting that spare room or your vanant hiiiisn hy runnlnc a Want Ad. In THE NEWS. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located permanently in Hardinsbvrg, occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. , oc:S Farm Wagons! 1 . LOCAL ITEMS. V. G. BABBAGE ATTORNEY Oet my Rates for Collecting Notes and Mortgages by Suit in the Circuit Court. ::::: ' Cloverport, Kentucky School News and Views. ODSUMf Superintendent. For the first month of the school year beginning Jnlv I, I9I7, there were in attendance in all the schools ol Breckinridge county , 720 pupils. This was only .(0 per ceDt. of the 6,Mo pupils of school age in the county as shown by the last census. During ihe second mouth I S.S:i pupils were in attendance la all the schools an increase of .'! per During the cent over the first month. t bird mouth only 2 602 about .l) pe cent, of the pupils of school age were in attendance. Where weie the other 4,000 pupils of school age? Sixtyone children out of every 1 00 in the county were out of school. How long shall we tolerate this condition? By Ji li. Meador. For a short time we offer you the OVVENSBOHO and COLUMBUSjFarm Wagons at the following extremely close prices: in. Tire: Owensboro Wagon, If in. Cast Skein, 11x9-1Running (rear only 73 62 Running (iear with Gear Hrake (no rachet) hi 08 Running Gear with Hed (no Seat or Brake) J2 H3 101 Running Gear and Bed with (rear Brake (no Sent) 28 Running (iear and Bed with Lazy Back Seat (no Brake) (17 (52 Running (iear and Bed with Seat and Gear Brake 105 On in. Tire: Columbus Wagon, No. 8, Medium, 73 84 Running (iear only Running (iear with Gear Brake (no Rac hel) 70 88 Running (iear and Bed with (iear Brake (no Seat) 102 22 Banning Gear and Bed with Li.y Buck Seal (no Brake) 99 08 Running Our and Bed with Seat and Gear Brake 105 0u lxi The Above Prices are Subject to Change Without Notice. sister-in-law- . We also have the 2k in. and 8 in. Owensboro Wagons, and the Light Columbus Wagons in stock. Save money bv ordering before i he next advance. FORDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, PLANING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE. KY. Manager XXX Skillman requests that teachers who received food cards last full please return them to her at Cloverport. Cards that have been signed are wanted for record and unsigned c.irds are needed to be used in another effort which is being made to secure pledges. Please mail all the cards you received whether signed or not to Miss Skillman or to this office. Miss Elizabetn NOTICE FARMERS! xxx The seven month term for rural schools has been a failure this year. We would do much better to pay ttie teacher tile same money for six months and then require attendance. I t. 000 The time for returniug the agricultural survey blanks has been extended to February 1". Let BBS urge all teach-ei- s who received them to make an ef fort to fill out and return to this office as many of the forms as possible. Use the envelope addressed to Mr. Harth. Many teachers and others have written me requesting a set of the questions used on the recent examination. I have o more copies left and so cannot scud them and cannot write to each one explaining why they are not sent. When you write asking a personal favor always enclose postage. Dann-heise- aaaaBaBBBBBBHSMHHIJHHIHtJHHMV You are going to need extra teams this Spring. Buy now while you can. We have a number of Mules from I to 8 years old; we also have 20 good kind, will do you good work and grow you money; we have a number of must go at once; you cows for sale-th- ey are losing money by waiting. -- xxx BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. 43 loosened I m HILL ITEMS Surely no one will qu.stlon why Hill Items are scarce. Arthur Oaughtrty now of Louisville couie down Saturday to see his family. Mr. and Mrs. Wick UeHaveo corns in on Tuesday from Kordsville, Mr. Delliven left Thursday and Mrs. return. d on Sunday. Will Tate from Camp Zachary cams down Saturday and sp.nt Suuilay with L. C TAUL Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning nado and Windstorm, Accident, Health Insurance. PRO-ORt-- Ready to Go. J. C. Lewis, a young resident of Stcpliensport, was culled to llardiiisbursj Tuesday to take the physical examination for military service. Mr. Lcivs passed and claimed no exemption, although he has a wife. Ho said he felt it his duty as a patriot to serve his country, and he believed that the Govern merit would take care of Mrs. Lewis while he was in service. Mr. Lewis will probably go in the next call which will be Feb. 2IJ. from their moorings and down the rivsr should they bs lost a heavy loss will be tustaiued. Mr. Will Lauder was in Louisville Saturday to see his nephew, Charles Ltobert Satterlield. Misses Mary Keil, Lilah Camhell aud Iteulah 1'ate woielhe dinner guests of Misses Loraine and Claudia Keeves ou Thursday at Irvtngton. start IOId I Try "Want The bill introduced by Senator Carter allowing-- one day's pay for persons summoned for jury service, but not ac- cross the river but cepted, passed tha Ssoate last weak They saw while thers a pllt driver and 24 to 6. tivs stssl hull bargss belonging to Dam Louisville Stock Market. Hogs Choio heavies, Iti lbs. Miss Mona Uom. and up, $18.80; 1'20 to lit pounds, 14(" $15; roughs, Mrs. C. W. Saterfiild on returning ,tl5 !0; pigs, ( horns from visit to a neighbor was vary $14.i(i down. much supris.d to lind'her mother, Mrs. Calves- - Market ruled steady; Maitha Laud.r and broth.r, Will LauIll This Is Mr. best veals, $12r 12.60; medium der from H.rrlp. and common kinds unchanged. Laudsr's first visit to Cloverport. Sheep and Lambs Best sheep, Mrs Daugherty and daughtsr, Miss Laura Mas aud Miss Iva Wins went to $'J"$10; bucks, $8 down; best Pilchar Thursday enroute to Dam 43 lambs, $10.5(1: seconds, $12 Uwiug to l ho h.avy Ice th.y could not $12.50; culls, $h(($y. returned that night. Subscribe For The News GORITZ TORN TO PIECES IN LAST GERMAN Correspondent DR.VE Shell-Battere- Sees City Just Before the Italians Retreated. d PAINTS PICTURE OF RUIN Newspaper Men Have Narrow Escape as They Watch Artillery Battle-Outl- ines of City Still There, but It Is a City Sieved by Bombardment. way down to the Isoiizo river, then tier iss the western bridge loiulinu to tl:e city, uIh ii the cry chunked to "Go-rltr. at hist :" Tien this was reversed when the overwhelming Invading force of took up this same cry, "On to Oolite 1" pressing down from the BOIih. across the northern bridge to the city and ending with "Ooritz lit lust Thus Ooritz has hecotne n symbol of the bag! clmnge which lias occurred. H WMM OM of the furthest joints for- war l eh the Italian line, the center of o fM arc of hghtlBg front stretching from I'iozzo, fur In the north, down to the Adriatic ;.t MoatotelcOHC, ami it was lite nic.--t populous and important city in tko great crescent of territory which the Italian tinny hail sliced off souihu totem Aoatrla some six hundred 1'iai'e miles in all. And so Ooritz ra iyboUc of that entire region which has twin changed hands In this war. and of tie' furthest advance In the lir-- l Italian campaigns. I went to Oolite and saw the city on the eve of its upmy. It was the ip made there hy unyoue outside last the taililary hefore the retreat begun, inau The mar f the great Austro-Oc- i already had commenced, OlTinsive though for the mometiT it was taken for a spa anodic rauowaj of the cannon- lide which had beet going on for weeks, hours the enemy Within twenty-fou- r had erooaed the laosao IB miles further north, turned the Italian left wing, heat en hack the second army under Qanrrnl Capeilo, threatened to envelop the third army under the duke of A s- tu, brother of the king of Italy, ami put that gigantic hammer in execution Stroke hy which they hoped to linNli Italy and cripple the whole entente. Roads Left Clear. My trip was uutue hy iuvltiitlon of r the supreme command, with stuff from headquarters us escort. As IN 'l ed along the road in the big army BUton oblle I noted there were no troopa along the mad and bordorlng gelds ai "tic sees approaching Verdun at in the Homme or Handera, This ui- BBtK'e of troops in the rear was part of the system adopted, it was explained. All the reprovl slotting of the army was done at night and the roads were left clear by day moat of the time. Ten miles DOl we crossed the ital-l- a t rian frontier and enu red Aus- - Btailgliai tall "f the Italian Army, natal. Northern ltm)jr Oarita is 1 1 the cry of the "On to Oolite!" duke of Aostii's soldiers as they fMWd tkraflgh the little town of a ten amiitl.s ago, Iffctlng their o r i j edi-to- A i Cormona, mi Austrian tillage on the road, the signs aliove the shops Were all in Italian, sjsOWfasg the Ital-- ' Inns were right in the claim that all this section was racially Italian. The cannonade began te he heard trla. fsw the Drat time ten n.il. - west of Oo- Kit was seen to he hall dest royed. ArlThg the mala street run rows of battered buildings, with walls half down and sin ii bolea Btaktag agbj cashes, iim baatneai was goiag on, men vara ut the cufes and women and girls strolled the street Bnco&ceraedl, Now the an- bMnohtla taraad up the steep side of: I'ndgcrii hill, one of the outer defenses of Uorltz where liloody fghfWg occurred. One could see the old trench and wire system, now grass grown. All this hill had heen swept hare hy shell tire, hut nature had kindly ohllterated the senrs unit the hillside was again smiling with Its verdure. The sound of tiring had now increased to an enormous rour as we passed hill. Turning the corner of u shattered wall we saw the Isonzo river lying abend und on the further side Ooritz rising in terraces with the huge baltlo-luent- s of the citadel towering on the right. The river looked ahout the width of the I'otoiiiac ut Washington, but with swifter current from the mountain feeders. Along the edge of the river ruu rows of shell-torwalls With gaping windows. This whole water front hud heen torn to pieces, und yet many of the demolished remnants of the buildings were occupied and work along the river wharves wan proceeding. Old Bridge Replaced. The Isouzo river was crossed by the wooden bridge which Itulluu engineers after all the old bridges hud been up. On one side lay the wreck hand-to-hanI'ud-geru ritz ii low nUslble to the north and easi. with now and then the mullled beam i f u peal gun. Lny hy day the UNCLE SAWS lire uns getting heavier, said our es- cort, who knew the .: ml hy heart.' til.d he added that the enemy forces h creased from 130 battalions bad to 880 ha flail nut As we passed through the town of Ledaico, a far nut Babarb of Ooritz, it : I) w on j. itoon ' lines of snow topped .Mount Nero, Hint on. tog thJ Otlt'iost'of the Ital! m adv.". e. Bridget thai ihe Italian. rJty Bad ifcta wrath aas one of tie As we stood surveying this scene remnants at thai droaalagi The big there Wafl lie steady rnmhle of guns. and then Willi the crack of ipiick-ltrerrailroad bridge win lying in a or pBBBlng shells. from artillery tire, further on was the long "whir" Of the mii.slve stone bridge, with one at Ittit there was one "wMsf which inWe Its Bmla an he blown to pieces. Near stantly engaged every nttcntutrt. theaa bridges He several Important pa- could hear It coming, nnd It was not per mills, whe re paper Is n.ade for gi ing over, nor under, nor nt either BOtOB, A these mills w ere side. Kvery one Instinctively recoiled, massts of ruins, with ll lew tall el un and then Crash lays stiii standing among the dsaffca No More Observation Post Qorlte itself was under Hie ruin of Five of us went down In a henp. lei rifle bom! ardment, for the full force of the great offensive was now only u stunned as with n hummer blow. There wns ti great, enveloping notse, with the few hours olT. And yet with the Imminent danger smasl. and crack of walls, ihe flying of many persons still clung to their homes fragments, nnd then the heave of tons and belongings with thai same tenacity lad earth, mortar and tnnsonry, plowed which makes the Vesmian peasants up hy the huge missile. It had struck that observation post, cling to the mountainside when the volcano is raging and threatening to bury Just l.'i feet nv.iiy, which we wore nhotit them. Bat most of these people on to enter. There was no more observaHut the streets are the poor who could not tion post; It was swept clean. get away and the small shopkeepers fortunately the shell had gone stnilght who cannot alford to nhiiudon their through, battering down massive walls goods. The big stores are ull closed nnd digging n deep trench Into the und the place lias an air of u deserted earth where It had exploded undercity, with only u few stragglers bring- ground, throwing up great geysers. Itut ing up the rear. Ooritz hud .'!0,000 while the earth nnd stone flew like people, but only 5.000 tire left, nnd hail, the underground explosion hud these make only n scuttered showing held the shell fragments. Stunned us In the wide main street fringed on we were, the first impulse was of A hasty glance showed fronts. It cither side with lis shell-torwas raining hard and this added to the no one was .seriously injured, though the trickle of blood on the right temlugubrious spectacle. ple of one of the party told that a flyFiltering the city we passed the Jesuit establishment where (loo ing stone had found a mark. "They have this range," snid the es seminarians are located. One corner was knocked off. the cornices were cort as we Struggled to our feet, "and hanging and several big holes ti Id one shot means that another wtt folwhere the shells had found u murk. low." There wns n hasty scramble from the The main contour of the street was preserved and the buildings were in- hnttlenient, over the tons of debris tact as a Whole, but every second or thrown up, which now completely path skirting third had been alt, some collapsing en- Hocked the three-foo- t tirely, others with their front wall the wall. The shell had suddenly brought to a gone ami their upper rooms w ith household goods showing from the street. close our observation of the battle Bat there was B0 vast area of com- front with all Its tragedy and majestic pletely level, d debris, as at Verdun or beauty. Hut worst of nil, It put un end llonaatlr, The outlines of a city were to nil trips to Ooritz, for the officer still there, but It wus a city sieved by said no further chances of this kind could be taken. It was just us well, bombardment. for now the great offensive of the Trip to the Citadel. " The trip to the citadel was the event enemy hurst unexpectedly, and with it of the day. This Is u bttgS pile, with came the retreat from the Ooritz line. moat and battlements and a Fortunately or unfortunately, I had gnat tower dominating the whole seen It at the last' moment when the country for miles around. Here we tide was turning. Situation Explained. w ere to view .Mount Gabriel, Mount At the cafe where we went for lunch the Btanataaa ptateaa ami the whole range of ground which had the otlicer from headquarters laid out passed throagh this upheaval. It was the big military map on the talde and explained the military situation. It uphill to the citadel, Everythln showed the havoc of long continued Wils tIlls: The enemy was bringing tiir. In 0SM groat court titan wns n great masses of men to the north of pretty tittle chapel whlul tunl cwm the Hiansiy.za pluteau. His deetgn wns through tha ordeal untouched, tliou;;li evident The Italians hy their Inst nil- vance had svvuni! u ring which was ull HHli KM a wreck. threatening Trieste. To snve Trieste Once upon tha hatttasaanti a ew rounding view wus ahead, There era the enemy must force the Italians hack one point of vantage utere tins view to the Isonzo river, us unother Italian araa particularly good, known us the offensive would clear the Cnrso range obaerratioa post. We halted moment, and cive the Italians the mastery of ahofil to enter the poet, hut other Trieste. To the enemy the time had wished to push on to the very front of come when he must act hefore the Italthe wuii, und this view prevailed, it ians played their linal curd und held wus u most foriumite decision, us we the jewel of the Adriutlc. As we pored over the roup the Inloon ufter bad rwmn to know. on the battlement! u iplendld view creasing roar of the artillery told that enemy was losing no time In his stretched out for miles over this hat- tlegroond of movntntne, vellejn und part or the military game. The pro-pliiins, with the city houses clustered prietor of the cafe wns nn intelligent old roan, and I asked him If the tin? IT below und the roails winding through the vulleys nnd foothills. There we heard wus the same as usual. He la fron wus Mount GabrieJi this side shook his head nnd said : "No, it is held hy the Itnlinns, the other hy the vary much heavier and It neeras ns though something wus going to hap- Aoatrlana, "There runs the dividing line," suid pen." This wns the Instinctive feel- the escort, minting to a line of trees lng of the poodle on the spot who had gene through this dny ufter day for und depressions near the summit. The Italian trenches could he plainly months. They felt the blow coming. On the corner there were two women seen, hut there was no need of u dividing line, for the hursts of of the working cluss talking together smoke along one side of the summit under un Umbrella, for It was raining and the eneweting batata from the hud. Their Indifference to the shellother side told where the line wns. ing seemed strange, und I stopped to OlT to the left wus Mount Michael, nsk them if the hoinhiirdinent did not once swept clean hy shell lire, hut now frighten them und kee them uwuke at green again. Nestled in hollow was alght They were puzzled for n moment, ns the convent of St. Culnrinn. The pluteau wus off to the left, and though not comprehending such an In through the mist were the dim out- - quiry, and then they shrugged their nk s Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm Glen Ijoan. Hy, I. I MlflTIDI, Prlttlftw I ill: ilUWAKU I. M. HOWARD iAKM2fc Prop t SON. Glen Dean, Ky. Poland Polled Durham Cattle. Short Horn China Hogs. Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Have won 1000 Ribbons nt State Fairs l'nst Five Years Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Dealer in and Bleeder of Valley Home Stock Farm a. obi Thos. O'Donoghue Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Po- a tut. lahdgM Ky,, Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dailtr In Ky. Hardinsburg, Route 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle land China Hogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg. Ky., Route Tobacco MMT I. NORTON. ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Proprietor Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irvinjfton. Ky. Oinai G. P. MAVSEY, BREEDER OP Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder lof Farmer and Buyer of 2. Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. Hardinsburg.' Ky.. Route Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco DRURY'S STOCK FARM C. H. DRURY. Proprietor Farmer and Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows, Boars and Gilts For Sale Imngton, Ky., R. F. 0. Nt. t Park Place 6. N. Lyddan Mrs. H. J. Hamman Cloverport, Ky. Breeder of Parks' Strain Farmer and Feeder Irvington. Ky. Barred Plymouth Rocks Eggs For Hatching Da; Old Clicks SURELY A WONDERFUL WORM by old-tim- e Remarkable Intelligence Insect Displayed Owned by Col. Harta Beetem. Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridge News . g j Hian-sizz- u "I had n trained worm once," began Col. Harta Beetem, reflectively, according to the Detroit Free Tress. "I don't wonder that you chaps look surprised us fur ns I know It's the only ense of n trained worm on record. Haw! Yawss! "I was digging for halt on the far hank of the Ganges and I noticed that one of the worms had a particularly large head. Well, now, my fnvorlte motto Is, 'Large head, something In It.' I started to educate the little devil, nnd lu two months he was the marvel of the entire countryside. Rully! "Here's the way he would help mo fish: He'd wind his little tnll around the end of the hook and wave his body about till n snapping pottle, or perskad, would make a haps n blue-nos- e dive for hltu. Quick as a wink Slivers that's what I called him would coll himself up Into I bull und roll out of the fish's Jnws Just us they closed on the hook. CI evu h, what I Oh nh nnd I forgot to 'mention, whenever he saw a fish coming he would send three little bubbles up to the surface and put me ou my guard. Then, after I'd UWded He fish Slivers would stick his head out of the water und wait for the hook again. "He died, linnlly, of some sort of cerebral trouble brain fever, perhaps. Gad ! boys. I was sorry to lose that worm ! If any of you ever get over that wny Just look up his little tombstone. It's right outside a little town called Goodab any of the natlves'll show you. Haw !" $1.00 1.50 Both 1 Year for $2.25 One Year Evansville Daily Courier The Breckenridge News $5.00 1.50 $6.50 Both One Year for $5.75 Louisville Daily Herald ?S.er The Breckenridge News $3.00 1.50 $4.50 Both One Year for $3.75 Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News $3.00 ;.50 1.50 $5.00 shoulders. PHOTOGRAPHER wri fn" na ' - .a Sergt. Leon II. Cuverly, United Stutca murine corps, oue of the "uiovle" cuineru meu of Uncle Sum's fighting forces in France, photogruph-lnour participation In the great wur for the nation's archives. These men dally risk Jhelr lives recording the g world's greatest drama for future generations. Kueiiiy soldiers spot htm with powerful glasses und because they fear his records, truln tbelr guns on him. of u dlseuse which muy be cured. In the New York Medlcul Journal he has an article dealing with the subBig Profit in One Hog. Lludale, tin. Charles Guvton. a ject In plulu luuguiige ami telling simfurmer, bought u hog lust September ple systems und simple remedies. "In common forms," Doctor Solofor $23. He slaughtered the annual the other day und sold ft for 30 cents mon suys. "there Is nothing more thun u pound. The hog weighed 000 pounds, ' u condition of uneasiness or unrest. dressed, and brought $270, u net profit The person Is fidgety, III ut ease, cun-uconcentrate ou the tusk before htm of $245. and Is so generally disturbed he does not know what to do with himself. It X WAR CREDITS GRANTED X Is but natural thut while lu this condition the person Is Irritable und Is upt X BY U. S. TO THE ALLIES to be cruuky, grouchy, euslly angered and not at all himself, as be will tell The treasury department auyou. I venture to state In this simple thorizes the following statement form the state occurs now and then of the totals of credits extendin all humun beings, but for the most ed to foreign governments by of us these periods ure relatively Inthe treasury since the United frequent. States entered the war: "Many may find relief by going to a Great Britain.... 12,043,000,000 gymnasium, playing golf, tennis, or the 1,285,000,000 France like ; going to a baseball game, Joining ., 500,000,000 Italy a card game yes, even going to a prize 825.000,000 Itussla fight, a wrestling match and similar Belgium 77,400,000 method! of amusement. Others may 4,000,000 Serbia find their peace In Intellectual pursuits reading a novel, a scientific book or article, resorting to one of $4,230,400,000 Totala their hobbles." "We ure used to It," they said. "It used to frighten us ut first, und the children still cry nt night. But what can we do?" These were typical townsworaen Wka had hecome hahltuiited to the dan- ger and destruction all around them and were now stopping on the street corner In the rain to exchange the latest gossip. One of the 'women had' Ihe features of un Austrian, and she smiled ns she heard the rumble of the Austrian guns nnd looked off toward the enemy lines so near. Within three hours when we got hack to headquarters the full force of the blow had heen struck und the great Austro-Ciernnoffensive tigainst Ituly wus lu full operation Try a News Want Ad. Now DESCRIBES CURE FOR GROUCH Doctor Finds Uneasiness and Crankiness Are Both Diseases That Can Be Groped With. All For Only $4.00 This Offer Positively Expires Feb. 28, Send Your Subscriptions-t- o 1918 Tuke comfort, ull ye who "fly to pieces" nt the slightest provocation or ure Judged fidgety or cranky or Irritable. Your frleuds, and more espeelul-lyour enemies, muy suy It is Just "pure cussedness," or even worse. But Dr. Meyer Solomon brings word to such sufferers thut they ure victims y The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. 4kSgfftla Sggl LOCUST HILL is the Hanry Trent II. W Trtnl CP X Dl Kobeit O. Davis of Irvington guest of relatives here this week. Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and lMIelltt Mrs. Annie Horsley is the guest of relatives in Hardinsburg this week, Mr. ami Mrs. Waruie Horsley and Miss Carrie Horsley were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Carman Sunday. Those who attended the sale at Hardinsburg Saturday Irgil J. Carman and son, W. Uavis, Fred Davis and Loose Leaf were: John Carman, J. . Geo. Whit-worth- Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. When you have finished reading tt.ls copy of the Breckenridge NewSj.fl please hand It on to som mm Give It Away, Send It Away Jack Dyer and Roscoe Davis were in Hardinsburg Friday. The following were the guests of Mr, i tu f and Mrs J. W. Blair Wednesday S. A. Davis and daughter, Ogga. Bud Uavis and daughter, Edna Pearl, of 111., Peyton Madison and Ray Madison. Fred Davi went to Wet View Thursday on business. bat Don't Throw it Away I liMMMMIMMIMM Now is the time to Subscribe TOen Banks Jtv Closed Hidays that ueJay worlds m- HELP SOW SAVE WAR PIGS DEMANDS NEW KITCHEN CARD Food Administrator Sackott Makes Provisions Known Kcntuckians Are Advised of Additional Requests of Government In Regard to Conservation of Food Supply of the Nation. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 2 Followlns. the Issuance of a proclamation by President Wilson calling for additional food economies, Federal Food Administrator Fred M. Saokctt today made known to the people of Kentucky the contents ot t ie Kitchen Card. This card, which supersedes the Kitchen Cud distributed during Pledge Card Campaign Week, October 2Slh to November Mh, calls upon all the peo pie of America to observe two wheat-lesdays weekly, one meatless day and one porklcss day, as well as a wheatless and meatless meal every day. Hcreiof ire, only one wheatlesi and one meatless day have been i cm TRAINING MORE Thousands Are of of Young In OF Should Pen Farrowing Be Equipped With Wooden Rails. Prevents Mother From Crowding tle Fellows to Death Provide Good Shelter From Cold and Rain Have Solid Floor. Lit- w i EBusiness Women Needed Nurses Service We are nsked by the president to to Fill Ranks Increase the production Of our farms. Red Cross Ill the fine el tie fact that the plea came almost too bile for some fanners to radically change their plans, the ncreage for cultivated crops has been wonderfully Increased. The live and corners1 of stump, or hillside, land which hud previously been considered not WOrtt the trouble liae been broke for cultivation. A few farmers who have every nvnll-alij- e acre under cultivation must content themselves In trying to raise more to the acre and in conserving all they can. In this Connection nn effort to save the little piLs at farrowing time la undoubtedly a profitable and a patriotic method conserving the food supply. Contrary to some of the older farmers' ideas, do not let the brood sow. which It to farrow, make her bed around an old straw or hay stack. Provide a good shelter, well protected from cold and rain, nnd, preferably, having n solid Moor. Do not let the sow root a deep hole for a lied. She cm he given a generous amount of straw for bedding al first, just to satisfy her animal In- ten-acr- e Thousands of patriotic young women laiaoeihuui tha coral) arc looking for In which they CM serve the govei m- cut at the present time. The Bursas of Nursing of the Lake Division, A merit an Red Cross, Cleveland, points out that then Is no form of servlre op"n to women more grent-l- as New City's Financial District uecoratcd in Honor of a Foreign War Mission. York -- iFVJV ll'iW IHIIf 'JWE.UH ' J- - ) - C'JUf.. nurses of the country. The Red Cross Nursing Service for which most registered nurses are eligible constitutes the n serve for tha am and the navy nurse corps. It Is calling for many hundreds of kighl Qualified ranee for service abroad in our own hospitals and those of our allies. It is also calling many hundreds for service in the base hospitals in our cantonments. "We have," ays .Miss Roberts, "nurses enough to meet our present need, but in order to maintain our health standards nt home during and after ti" war and to continue to care for oijr armies many more must be -- nrrdod than M at rendered by the trained. ' The need for skilled nurses during the next few years will he the greatest the world has ever known and the number of students in the siring classes now being enrolled in the for nurses throughout the country should he Raited onh hv the teaching facilities of the SChooU and by the clinical facilities of the hospitals with Which they are connected ." The committee on nursing of the general medical hoard of the Council of National Defense has encouraged pufllcient those hospitals t.ossesslng clinical material to increase their facilities for the thorough training of nurses nr. in many instances tills Only 84 Days in 1918 in Which the World's Busi. ness Is Not Interrupted Somewhere by Hclidays and Sundays. ImpOftaTM ill French Citizens Celebrating the Fall of the Bautile. CURIOUS HOLIDAY FACTS. W There is no national legal holiday in the United States. Massachusetts docs not observe New Year's Day a a legal holiday. Five Christian countries do not observe Christmas as a legal holiday. New Year's Day is the only holiday observed throughout the world. Eleven different dates are observed as New Year's Day in different parts of the world. International business will be interfered with by holidays or Sundays on 281 days in 1918, of mess :ol days beina holidauR nis leaves only 84 days in which universal banking business is possible. November, with 26 holidays In different parts of the world, leads the months. March, with 19, has the fewest holidays. Brazil leads the nations of the world with 84 holidays. The United States comes next with 54. days. iiiuu plays or prays the worlds business will be in- WV terie red with on IMU days WHI 1018. In other worus, mere WW be only 84 duys in this coming year that are not Sun days or speciul holidays In one or more important commercial regions of the eurth. Nor Is this un unusual condition created by the war. We are accustomed to Jump reuiurkublc conditions Into the category of war evils these days. On the contrary, aouie of the lighting uutlona have for the time being stripped their decks of minor and unusually superfluous holi W B r MLK By GARRET 8MITH. Ever since man was condemned to earn his bread by the sweat of his brow he has been putting in a lot of spare time trumping up methods of beating the game. Next to working into the boss's Job the Invention of the holiday hus been one of his ablest little achievements In this line. Likewise ever slnco bosses and holidays evolved, along about history's sunrise, tlie former iiuve been cursing the latter as troublesome breuks in the year's work, liy the Middle Ages holidays had become so numerous that (hey seriously interfered with Industrial pursuits. A valuable result of the Reformation not generally appreciated was the abolition of a large portion of these hollduya. But as time went on political and religious milestones accumulated (.guin. Today, while the year's overload In uuy one country is by no lueuns as Serious us in the Middle Ages, the growth of International finance has made the world's aggregate of closed days a serious factor and an expensive one. Not until now, however, hus uuy attempt been made to compile an exhaustive list of holidays for the guidance of bankers and rueicluinta. This lask lias Just been by the Uuarauty Trust completed Company of New Xork city. The results have been published In u book let that should be a valuable uddlilou o ine reference norary or every nana In the country doing more than a purely Uxal business. Importance of Bank Holidays. Suppose a bank haa a commercial paper collectable In Peking or Athena or Cape Town on January 6. It la - to know whether the hank with !M MM Of its LI DM lull BO daya tliilt MltiCUlaT city will he OIienrMuv comes next, with 'J.'i and :in mA that day. Does any one iiromiil the dltlonal Hands; not otherwise cele luce know whether January 5 la n bra tad, thus actually tying November hank holiday in Peking or Athens or In the manlier of iluys closed to I) Ml Cape Town? Usually no one does. ness. March, on the other hand, is Ic's hard enough to keep talis on the tha Ion seat all around business. has been done. H holidays rampant in these United hnonth, barring only lit holidays. Thus Following are some of the advanSlates. It therefore becomes neeos-Mtr- at least of every month in- tages in nursing education and some to send an expensive cablegram terferes with the tree play of interpoints a young woman should conto get the Information. This sort of nal ional business. sider in selecting a training school: thing happens not once, but many Bran such generally observed festitimes, in every banking house with vals as Christmas and New Year's 1 Nursing education not only prepares for I large variety of pronn extensive foreign business. Day can't he depended upon by the Among the holidays established by hanker Without consulting the Inter fessional fields, but Is an excellent preparation for home and family life custom the occasion Is generally the national calendar. and for public service in many ways anniversary of an Important political New Year's Day Is the only holiday Almost upon enrollment the stuiwatat or the birthday of n national universally observed. But, alas, It dent begins her service to the comhero, Such holidays are therefore lo- falls on 11 different dates in different cal, while church holidays are for the parts of the globe, and some countries munity in helping to care for the sick, most part general. The former class observe more than one of them. An as a part of her Instruction and train prevails In the newer and more dem- exhaustive study of these New Year ing. Life in most schools Is healthy, ocratic countries, while the older ones COieb ration! would give one a pretty wholesome, simple and regular. It confine themselves largely to the fair knowledge of the ancient history church fnsts and festivals. of the world. Curiously enough, one is full of vivid human interest, the stuWhere Holidays Are Thickest. of our own states, Massachusetts, does dent sharing in deepest realities-o- f Contrary to the populur notion, the not mnke this a legal holiday, though 'Ife. The graduate of a good school new democracies of the west eajoy a her citizens generally observe it. steps at once Into regular profesgreater number of holidays than their Where Chistmas Is Not Observed. sister nations of the eastern hemiChristmas L)ay, due to Its relight is sional life and work with an assured No weary struggle to get sphere. Of the 07 nations or depend significance, Is not so generally ob- livelihood. encies listed BraaU leads, with 84 served as New Year's Day. It has, u foothold to show what she can do. holidays. The United States, with moreover, only three different dates. The hospital has carried her over that stage. Iler work Is ready and waiting 54, Is a close second, al though she, It was not generally observed on Deunlike Brazil, practically ignores the cember 2."t until the fourth century. for her if she successfully completes church days. Another popular delu- The early church, lacking any au- her training. sion is shattered when we tint! that thentic knowledge as to the date of fj The student Is at no expense for Franca bus only 18 formally observed Christ's birth, celebrated it without1'"""""' ooaro. waging, IS unary, days and Italy only IB, We had sup uniformity in May, April and Janu- uniform, etc., in the great majority of posed the Latins always outdid us In ary. The Armenian Church still ob- schools. Only a few schools charge a this particular. Among the other bel serves January (5. Why the Decem- tuition fee, for preparatory course. ligerents Germany, It Is presumed ber date was llnallj selected Is uncer- The student is also cared for In illwill observe 20 days next year, Great tain. Some see In It a displacement ness. Britain 10, Japan 15 and ltusslu 17. of the Koman Saturnalia; others deSalaries compare favorably with In most of these countries numerous clare it a survival of the Feast of the W salaries of other trained women. local holidays ordinarily observed Winter Solstice, anil still others point In some fields they are higher than have been abandoned during the war. to Its coincidence with the old Ger- the average. Especially is H1I3 true The study of holidays is fuscinat man Yuletlde Feust. Countries where of teaching and administrative work ing to the historian. Those of our the old style calendar prevails still either In Institutions or in Public own country offer u particularly rich Health Nursing. Opportunities for adcelebrate January 7. field. If one knew the meaning of all In the Puritan days Scotch Presby- vancement are many and steadily Inthe half a hundred days celebrated In creasing. terians nnd Kngllsh the United stales, with the collateral rejected Christmas Day altogether as Choice of Training School. events connected with euch, he would "savoring of papistry," and in New (a) Be careful in choosing a trainbe well versed In the nation's history Kngland Thanksgiving Day was de- ing school. Be sure that Its diploma One of the first surprises in store vised to replace It. It seems a curi- will enable you to register in your for such a student la to learn that the ous thing that there are today Chrlst-tia- state. United States has no national holi (b) That its educational standards countries where It Is not obday. The reader will al once think served legrlly. Such are Norway, are good. of Fourth of July and of the Presi (c) That it offers thorough training Panama, Peru, Portugal and the dent's Thanksgiving proclamation South African Union. In medical, surgical, children's and Hut not even these are national. Acts The last named, however, still ob- ntaternlly nursing. of Congress and Presidents' pro serves the old English Institution of (d) That the housing and living nouncements In this respect apply Boxing Day on December 20. This conditions are such as to ensure the only to the District of Columbia and of students. was the day when the English gentry, health and .well-beinthe territories. The states usually having had their own Christmas cele (e) That the- - working conditions follow suit, hut as a matter of cus brntlon the day before, turned their at modern and the hours reasonable tom only und not of law. Here Is a (f) That the general standing of the attention to the poor by presenting chance to win some bets from your Is nnd its then with Christmas boxes. The day school any doubt graduates this good friends. point exists on later became the day for general giv- Where further advice should be sought, America's Red Letter Days. ing of Christmas gifts. through officials of the State Nurses' American local holidays ure rich In Portugal Drops Traditions. ExHistorical slgnincance. Of such are The only country on earth n study Association or the State Hoard of the commemorations of Bunker Hill of whose holidays reveals little of Its aminers. Addresses and further Information and Bennington and New Orleans and political, racial or religious origin is can be obtained by writing to the BuSan Jacinto; the nil but forgotten Portugal. The first attempt to estabFust Duy of New Kngland, still sur- lish a republic In Portugal was made reau of Nursing, Lake Division, Ameriviving In New Hampshire; Putrlots' on Jonuury 31, 1801. This Is r. lleet-e- can Red Cross, Garfield building. Cleveland. luy in Maine und Old Defender's Day In Its calendar of holidays, which In Baltimore, I'loneer Day In Idaho runs: "January 1, dedicated to uniand the vurious Admission Days pop versal brotherhood; January 81, dedThe American Red Cross has pro ular with other Western stiites, Con icated to the memory of all those who Tided 122,000 worth of supplies for federate Memorial Day In the South, fought and died to establish the re the relief of sufferers in Ouatemala. together with the birthdays of Lee public In Portugal May , In mem- A party of experienced Red Cross reand other heroes of the Confederacy. ory of the discovery of Iiray.il by the lief workers has also been sent to Two states have Independence Days Portuguese; June 10, municipal holi- Ouatemala. of their own. Texas observes her sep- day at Lisbon ; June 24, municipal aration from Mexico on March 2. holiday at Oporto ; October 5, the The Amerlcau Red Cross In France North Carolina commemorates the date of the establishment of the Por- does not admit to Its staff any AmerHalifax Independence resolutions on tuguese republic ; December 1, Flag ican of draft age unless they present April 11! and the Mecklenburg decla- Day, to commemorate the Independ the proper credentials from the ration on May 20. ence of the country ; December 25, United Statea military or naval auIt remains for Frederick county, Family Day." thorities, giving the reasons why they Md to celebrate all alotie the repuThese brief notations on holidays are not qualified for military or naval diation of the stamp act, one of the touch only their distribution and service. most local celebrations of an Impor- datea. Back of these lies a wide field tant national event on record. filled with quaint and curious Infor At present there are 1.1(2,071) Red Among the favorite months for hol- mation relating to the manner of celCross members in Ohio, Indiana and idays the world over November leads, ebrating them . Kentucky. y tWO-thir- 2 3 4 sidered necessary. The new regulations are addressed particularly to the women who signed the pledge cards, since they promised to "follow the directions and advice or' ihe Food Administration" in so fat as their circumstances permit. The women aro expected, however, to induce the members of their families to follow these directions also, and the proclamation of the President makes It plain that the population of America must respond unanimously and with a Joyful heart if the war is to be won. "No Hardships Imposed. Although the new restrictions call for the abridgment of long established habits, the new Kitchen Card I i s not Rails Save Little Pigs. impose any hardships. As yet. the stlnct. Later when she starts to fur American people still are not reipiirod row It la wise to remove much of to make any sacrifices in the matter the bedding. of food to win the war The most any The farrowing pen should he person is asked to do is to sutler some equipped With rails, as shown In the slight mconvenience, drawing. These rails may be made of The new Kitchen Card, which tha I by 4 pieces nailed so that they are President approves and hands to the parallel With the tloor, with six inches clearance underneath and with four nation as a book of rules for winning Inches or more between the rail and the war, is as follows; "Tho Food Administration asks the waO. The purpose of this rail as well as every loyal American to help with the removal of superlluous bedding the war by maintaining rigidly as a is to prevent the sow from crowding minimum of saving the following pros the little pigs to death. The rail gram: the little fellows to crawl behind "Have tv.o Wheetleei days (Monday ami get out. and Wednesday) in every week and rer.s'onnlly I find that "watchful every day. waiting" Is the best policy with far one wheat less meal in "Kxplanation: On wheatless days n wing brood sows. They usually start to farrow a few hours after they ami in wheatless meals of other days commence to make their bed. Then use no crackers, pastry, macaroni, an hour or so spent in caring for tha breakfast food or other cereal food animals frequently saves several of containing wheat and use no wheat the offspring. After two or three pigs flour in any form except the small i re farrowed the mother usually gets amount that may be needed for thickup, remakes her bed and turns' over. ening soups or gravies or for a hinder At this time she pays little attention in corn bread nnd other cereal breads. to the pigs that have come and It Is As to bread, if you bake it at home, use. best to watch them. After the sow Is ether cereals than wheat, and if you through farrowing there is little dan- buy It. buy only war bread. Our obger of her lying on the pigs. ject is thai we should buy and consume one third less wheat products GOOD SYSTEM IS DESIRABLE than we did last year. IE if 1 per-in'l- Few Farmers Make Plans to Dispose of Unprofitable Fowls Cull Out Undesirables. Meatless Meal Every Day. Very few farmers practice a systematic plan of disposing of their week." "Kxplanatiun: Meatless means withfowls after they have ceased to lie productive, although It Is well known out any cattle, hog or aheap products. that fowls of the heavier breeds, On the other days use mutton and such ns the Plymouth Rocks, cense lamb in preference to beef or pork to produce n profitable number of Porklcss means without pork, bacutn, ham, lard or pork products fresh or t ggs at the end of their second laying eggs 'oar. This holds true of the lighter preserved. Use tish. poultry andnearly As a nation we eat und waste ! breeds, such ns the Leghorns, at twice as much meat as we need." of their third laying year. Consetin-em- "Have one meatless day (Tuesday) In every week and one meatless meal in every day. Have two porklcss days (Tuesday and Saturday) in every n ; friends about them. of all fats. We use and waste two and a half times as much fat as we need. ' "Mnke every day a sugar saving day." Fruit Grower Learns How to Produce "Kxplanation: Use less sugar; less Fine Specimens and to Improve aweet drinks and candy containing His Own Methods. sugar should he used in war time. As a nation we have used twice as much At a fair are exhibited the best pro- sugar as we need." ducts that had been grown in a state "Use fruits, vegetables and potatoes or county. Fruit growers can easily abundantly." learn from the exhibitors how to pro "Kxplanation: These foods are duce such fine specimens of fruit and healthful and plentiful and at the .nn. he also sees the best and learns the time partly take the place of othet circumstances under which It has been foods which we must save. Raise ail produced. One cannot afford to let you can for home use." such opportunities as the fair pass "Use milk wisely.'' unheeded. The fruit grower can in"Kxplanation: Use all of the milk; spect the work of others and compare waste no part of It. The children must with his own, and If It Is better than use whole milkUse sour and skim he has been able to accomplish he milk in ticking and for cottage learns how to Improve his methods. cbeose." "Hoarding food. Any one buying DEMAND FOR SELECTED EGGS and holding a larger supply of food now than in peace time, except food canned, dried or preserved in the When People Are Convinced That home, is helping to defeat the Food Product Is Choice They Will Ad. Administration In Its attempt to severtise the Fact cure a just division of food and the esof fair prices. food It should be remembered that It will tablishment working against The comhoarder Is take time to work up a demand for mon good and even against tbe very the selected eggs, but when people are safety of the country. Hoarding foods once convinced that the eggs can be Is both selfish and undepended on, they will not only call in households necessary. Tbe Government Is for such eggs, but will tall the food supply of its people." quently, If efforts were made to dispose of all females when their best laying days were over, I large quantity of poultry meat would be placed on the market. All poorly developed chickens should likewise he culled out and used as meat. This way of disposing of unprofitable fowls would allow the farmer to feed his grain to younger and more productive fowls. "Make every day a fat saving day (butter, lard, substitutes, etc.)" "Kxplanation Fry less less; bako, broil, boil or stew food Instead. Save meat drippings; use them and vege table oils for cooking instead of but ter. nutter has food values vital to children, therefore, give it to them. Use It only on the table. Waste no soap. It is made from fat. lie careful FAIRS ARE GOOD EDUCATORS ' . g Because it is personal service - we never lose sight of a BETTER HAVE US MAKE YOUR GLASSES customer's interest. THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL We Are Manufacturers. Ask Any Oculist' Louisville, Ky. HARDINSBIIRG K Mrs. C. V. Robertson spent several days last week in f.len Iean the guest of relatives. A. B. Mr and Mrs Herbert Hall have mov the house recently vacatol by ed into editor McNeil. Mr Alfred Taylor has purchased from Judge William Aid the old I,um Smith Mrs. Eliza Taylor and properly T.iylor will occupy this house LODIBURG Judge J. R. Eat man, of Elizabeth-town- , was a visitor in town Friday, ral of her uncle, Joe Buckner in In Illinois, has been transferred to New Jersey. Louisville last week. Carlt Payne has bought the Jeff Mrs. prank Mercer, of )klahoma City, property here in Lodiburg and has joined Mr. Mercer here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J, IJ. Herndon left Ova Gray was tne first one to gel his will move as soon as the weather will Monday for Hopkinsville to visit their car out this Mr. ami Mrs. Claude Mercer. We are glad daughter, Mrs. John Wallar. Price paid f,iK) permit Mr and Mrs. Sam Monarch, of Frankfort MM the Meats of her parents, Mr. to have such men in town Mrs W. J. I'iggott fell on the ice RAYMOND and Mis W R Moorman, last week Jeff Adkisson has bought the Abner last Monday morning and severely week for Adkisson place near Webster. nevI've Mr Monarch will leave this sprained her right wrist a physician Miss Lisha returned home last week er learned the price paid, the army. not being at hand Mrs, Nanie Wathen bandaged the after spending sev ral days with Miss Not much visiting this in htr ellicient m inn Miss Sadie Moorman was operated on Items scarce Mattie Dutschke, near Webster. last Wednesday at her home by l)rs J winter. The thermometer has registered wrist and it is doing nicely. Kirby Poiloc' was in Irvington last as low as j6 degrees below zero here. K. and A. M. Kincheloe. Dr. J. VV. Meador was in Hardins-burSaturday. returned from Monday on business. has been Mrs. John Heeler has The Walnut Grove school According to tradition Mr. Ground Atlanta, '.a , where she was the guest of dismissed for a month or so on account Mrs Margaret Chamberlain chairher daughter, Mrs Harry Norton, and of the bad WSathSf man of the Fourth District has asked h g saw his shadow last Saturday. full Mr. N rton. John Oh y com b and family will move Mrs. Hateman has had a very bad each federated club in her district to II C Murray and daughter, spell of gripp, but much better at this contribute a sweater or two dollars to on Amos Mattinglv's farm, near Kkron, Mrs buy wool for one of the Forestry Regi- as soon as the weather permits. .M.uk; ict RodSMB. Murray, of Louisville, time. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daily Herman Clajcomb, of Payneville, I wish that John W. lirown, of Lodi- ments in France who are in great need The sweaters are to be made Visited his father, II M. Claycomb, one Beard burg, would write an eulogy on the man of same day last week. Mr I. II. Weeves was the guest of that wrote "The snow, the snow, the by March 1. It's tiuedry Bramlette visited Miss Irvio Chism and family moved on Mr. Reeves at the Commercial Hotel beautiful snow." for the week end Mr. and Mrs. Lue Aldridge were in Mary Alexander in Louisville last week. Mrs. Elbe Coomes' farm last week. Rev Ilnntsmin underwent an opera- Irvington one dav last week shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Bite Washington are (Juite a number of casts of whooping tion at the M R church parsonage, Fri Mr Smith, of Irvington, the assesor, home from Louisville where he has cough in this vicinity. friends are day morning, by Drs J K ami A. M. was in town last Saturday. been under treatment, The people hav.e been erj ing great Kincheloe. glad to know he is much improved. fun coasting for the past week. The ground hog saw his shad 'ow, so Mrv l.ee llishop and Miss Annie Lee we will have six weeks more winter Messrs. and Mesdames. W. J Riga (Jjite a number of our boys are being Ilishop have gone to Louisville to study gott, Paul Wilson, Mrs. Cecil Shain called to Hardin-burto betxiinined You may talk about the starving times They D. Lyddan were n Louisville to serve Uncle Sam. the spring styles in millinery. , t f and J. nt , .,..ct I,,,,, l.nt tl,ic l,is I'M a ' will stay in the wholesale house for two last week. winter.. w ceks Miss Kssie Kendall, Webster hat WHAT THUMBS ARE WORTH Sam Brown has changed his run from been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mrs HWM Comeliest, of Louisville, Louisville to Nashville in place of Chi- -t Board Digit Is Estimated 13 Represent Fully was the guest last week of her parents, cago to St. Louis. d of the Total Value Mr. ami Mis J Whitworth The change of the Locals on the L Mrs. S. C. Brown and children are II & St. L. K. K. which goes in effect of the Hand. Morris II. Heard has returned Mrs. visiting her father, Mr. R. French, of on the 10th will take a number of from a visit to friends at Qtefl Dean. One has only to grasp u pen or a M stc citizens from our town. Mrs V. Ci. Habbage, of Cloverport, tool of some sort to realize that the Miss Mullie Adkisson was called to Miss M. Ada Drury has returned to different fingers ure fur from having has been the guest of Miss Tula C DanWebstt r Saturday night to be at the bed- Louisville after a visit with her sister, the same value iu regard to their use iel. side of Mrs H C. Haddock, who is Mrs. K. B. McGlothlan. fulness In performing work. The most Mi-- s Mary Helen Whitworth, of Lexeribualy ill with La PIM Mrs. Dale Smith spent Saturday in iinportunt, states a writer, is the ington, was the guest last week of her thumb, for without It seizing or holdLewi. Aldridge and wife were ill Jrv Louisville. pa rants, Mr. a ad Hn J Whitworth ing would be Vefjt imperfect. ington one day last week shopping. The has bought Mr Milton Lockard happened to qnlte a Mr. Andrew Private Jasper Head, of Camp Zachary painful accident Thursday by falling hand is no longer pincers, but merely Gilbert Macy's interest in the City Oro- eluw, when deprived of the thumb. Taylor, was the guest of his p rents. Mr. eery and will take posses-- , ,11 the first of against a nail striking himself in the It may be estimated that the thumb and Mrs. W. X Head, Saturday night represents fully a third of the totul left eye. March. and Sunday I) W. Henry went to G!en Dean value of the hand. The total loss of The Red ClOSS MBt ff a box of knitMr C. L. Avitt and C C Grant spent the thumb is estimated by competent ted garments last week. Tuesday to cry a sale for Kjbert authorities as 15 to SO per cent for the Sunday with H. W. Wert and wife. Harlow. Mr. an Mr-,- . Paul Compton were the right and 10 to 15 per cent for the left Messrs. Franklin ami Bennett Hall, of Sunday gue .t . of Mr. Jose M icy, near hand, except for workers in art, when L i Center, Ky., are visiting friends ami H OarficM to 50 for the right and 25 to 40 GARFIELD. relatives here. per cent for the left hand comes nearMissis Nellie, Helen and Katie Mc.nl-o- r Bra Adkisson, after sp tiding a few er the value. lr ington as the speit Small v weeks here with friends and relatives The total loss of the Index finger was her; Wilbur II jskins, of gue ts of Mrs J V Willis. was called home bv the Local Bond in Suodav en route to Bowling Gieen causes an incapacity estimated at from Tin- members ol the Harduisburj Bat Hi to 0 per cent for the tight hand Tex , for physic il examination where he will enter the State N rmai. list dm,, !, w ill ser e dinner the first and 10 to 15 per cent for the left. Mrs. Helen Avitt is visiting her par by day of court in the Murray law office Miss OIIm Maey is quite ill. The middle linger is less Important All home wive, ire Invited to bring their ets, Hfc '"! Mrs J w CaelMMM than the Index. The ring finger Is Robert Moorman, ot Owensboro, was families to h. least Important, and the little finger Miss. Verda Rob rtson and brother, here Monday. may be compared to its neighbor, e H.irlan. entertained at their home, Sim- in Mrs. Pus Gray, of Irvington, visitsd eept In the professions In which it Idajr, Feb jnl. the following guests: MATTINGLY SeTVM as u point of support for the Misses Luby and Iiva l'avne, Delia and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tanner last wiek. hand. Willie D aeon, Messrs Castle J Dye, Horn, to .Mr. and Mis. Llojd Cox ou Miss Auiii rrea piite ill at her William Mac y, F'dou Parr, John and January 2), a little girl, Clara Yirgiuijt. MEN WITH NERVES OF IRON Kiss Under the Mistletoe. home at Malting! v. Everett Kevs and Marvin I'ajne. Tin; mistletoe was held in great Raymou Kincheloe, of Hardinsbiirg, Mrs la rah Hrickey still continues ill II. W West left today for Arkansas to was here Friday en route to Woodrow reverence by the Druids. It wus beRemarkable Feats That Are Said to Mr. anil ftf rl, Will Brukey and two be at the bedside of his little daughter, lieved to he particularly and divineHave Been Performed by Enoto visit his sister, Mrs. Walter Brown. ugh Steeplejacks. ly healing ; In fact, it children, Ilia May and Robert, given this of K 111 who is dangerously ill with measMr. aud Mrs. Jess Bruuerhave moved attribute for centuries. It had special I omington, III., are here visiting his les and pneumonia. to their farm near town. We regret significance as the cause of the death The busyness of being a steeplejack mother and other relatives seeing them go, but glad to welcome of Italder, the Norse. Apollo, who was has very strangely "run through" sevMiss Shellic I.asley, who taught the At NottingMr. and Mrs. Dallas Hruner in our killed by an urrow made from its eral families of England. IRVINGTON Hickory Lick school, gave Ml entertain ham thcrv was a family iinined Woot-ton- , town. Dallas will have charge of the branches. MBt it the School house last Saturday members of which had for centuSubsequently Balder wn restored to blacksmith shop. night. Pipite the ice and snow it was life, the mistletoe tree was placed unries the reputation of being daring Mrs. Pomp McCoy returned to Lcuis-v- i large!) attended and all report ail enjoy Willis Compton was in Hardiusbirrg der the care of Frlggn, and from that steeple climbers, not for adventure but e le Tuesday having been at the able tune. time until It Touched the earth wus in the way of business. of her mother, Mrs. Nannie Bandy Friday. never again to be un lustruinent of One of these Woottons, In the time Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton, of Several of the JrOVttg boys in this w ho has been quite ill. of Oeorge III, was famous for repairwere guests Sunday of the evil. have been ( ailed to Hardinsbiirg Eugene Noland, Louisville spent the The present custom of kissing uning steeples and spires without using for c amina'.iou f ir the army We hear week end w ith lid latter' father, Jess Maey. Morrison. der the mistletoe is the outcome of an scaffolding ; he did his work by the they pissed and will be called to that Lattis Lucas, of Custer, was here last old practice of the Druids. Persons of help of ladders, hooks and rones. When Miss lla I'ayne who is a student at the colois opposite sexes passed under the sus- he repaired St. I'eter's spire, NottingBowling Green spent the week end week en route to Louisville. The cold weather, ice and snow holds with her parents, Mr and Mrs. M. Une of the flues of the Cumberland pended vine und gave euch other the ham, in 178!), having finished his work, P, no terrors for the boys and girls in this Payne. I'resbyterian church was removed by kiss of love and peace, In full nssur-nnc- e he beat it drum nt its top, thousands that, though it hud cuused Bat- of people looking on. A large party came out one community. the heavy weight of ice aud snow. Mrs Mollle Detiipsttr, Glen Dean is tler's death, It had lost nil Its power Another of Ihe Woottons undertook day last week bringing their sleds and I. B. Richardson is on the sick list. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyon. the perilous tusk of ascending the spire of doing hurm since his restoration. spent the Jay coasting. Those who comof St. Mury's, Munchester, which wus Arnold and Jin. Stinnett were in Union Prayer meeting will meet posed the party were; Miss In lie Brick-ev- , very lofty. Ity u tremendous wind the Friday. Churches In Queer Placet. Victor Matthews, Cord Matthews, with Miss Kva Carriga'n this eveuing People at Tunbrldgc Wells, England, bull and cross hud been bent down, and Several cases of whooping cough are Fldin Frank, Miss Maud llauibletoii. at 7 rarely say that it Is Impossible to be looked dangerous. This steeple climbHomer Matthews, Miss Valarice Frank, Corp. Hubert Livere and Sergeant II, reported in aud around town. In two places nt one time, because If er ruised ladders one ufter the other, Clarence llauibletoii, Wiley Hambletou Green, CampZuchary Taylor spent the June Wood, of Custer, was here they enter the beautiful old chapel of assisted by blocks und ropes, und a. id Deward Ball. week end with Mr. and Mrs George Thursday en route. to Hardiosburg. ease In their town they can stand In secured euch In succession to the stoneMr. Will Brickey, wife and daughter, Board. Mrs. Alva Beauchamp closed a suc- two counties and three parishes. This work with clumps. When he got near the top of the spire the work became Impel stands partly In Kent und partwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mre. William H Fame, Louisville it cessful term of school at Perrio Tuesly In Sussex. This Is how the prob more difficult, and the spectators anxMoorman last Sunday. visiting her grandmother, Mre. Corn- day. iously watched him as he fixed the lust lem is worked out. When the clergyGus Brown is convalescing from the wall who is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs Jim Tanner and little man leaves the vestry he cornea out ludder. Having accomplished this feut, measels. daughter and Mrs. Fox Gray, visited of the parish of Frant, In Sussex. If Wootton stepped from the ludder on to Victor Lyon left Monday for where he will resume school relatives at Custer and Constantine last he Is going to officiate at the altur he the crown or pinnacle of the steeple, week. wnlks Into the purlsh of Tunbrldge, In and Btood quite upright, with his huuds duties. BIG SPRING free. Theii he ruised a cheer, which go- C. S. Board was iu Louisville last Kent. If, on the other hand, he is Lieut. John Gibton, Camp Zachary Ing to preach the sermon, he walks was responded to by the crowds below. Taylor visited his parents, Mr. and week. from the purlsh of Frant to the parish Mure extraordinary still, one of these Rev. Deacon filled his regular appoint- Mrs. J. U. Gibson last week. s Is suld to huve per William Sutton, of Illinois, is visiting of Speldhurst on the way to the pulpit. ment at Mays ('.rove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson entertain- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sutton. In half a minute he can enter the two formed the feut of standing upon his bead on a steeple top. S. A. Arms and W. T. Griffith were ed at "5OO" last Monday evening. Miss Bessie Snider, of Hardinsburg, counties aud the three parishes named. lu Vine Grove Wednesday, The members of the congregation, Mr. and Mrs. Dave UUhoff, St. Louis visited her sister, Mrs. Verner Mat however, have to content themselves James liarned; of Vine Grove, who have moved here. Mr. Blshoff has ac tingly. Newfoundland is under prohibition by sitting In one county and one parhas been quite sick is out agaiu. law. cepted a position as brakeman with J. B. Harrison was in Louisville last iah like ordinary folk. Wimple U an old English word for Joe Bew ley and Anibur Blown were in the L. 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