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XL1I CIRCUIT COURT CONVENED Glasscock-Canno- n ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO P.IN. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Raphes No. 33 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1918. Wedding. COUNTY FOOD ADMINS. LIVE STOCK Rock Haven Boy Reported Safe. MM MEATLESS MONDAYS MONDAY There Were No Cases of Importance to Come Up Judge Layman on Hand and Starts the Mill of Justice Grinding. There was a fairly good crowd the first day Hardiusburg Mood Circuit Court. l of judge Layman was on hand promptly as is his usual way to open court ad take care of the large docket Sherman Bid. for this eouft. W County Attorney, assisted :u the ab-- i senceof Judge Henry DeH iven Mc orway "over there" to man who is 0,1 his prosecute the G imam. The new sheriff, Jesse Carman, and his deputies, W C Pate, Cloverpurt, and Hottel, of Irvingtoo. were at the court's command, and for new men, jumped around pretty lively when the Judge called. It was an entirely new business to Mr. Hottel who's calling has been behind the counter, and not subject to the call cf courts but of However, he was Johnnie on womec. is made up as lollow-Comptou, foreman; Porter J. H C. Cain, O. P. Cunningham, John Catter, John Marshall. A. S. El der, H. L. Kendall, John H Butler, Dick Black and H. E Lawsoc. Judge Lavman made a very patriotic appeal for the next Liberty L an. the Red Cross and the Knights of Colum bus. He said it was th? duty of every farmer in Breckenridge county to buy a Liberty Bind when the next call came, even if they' had to make sacrifices to do it. He said we owe it to our O and to our soldier boys in the war to help then. His appeal for the Red Cross helped the ladies wonderSixty-nin- e fully in secu.iug new members. members were enrolled and most of them were fanners. Judge Hanson and Judge Settle, can didates for Judge of the Court of Appeals, were present and made speeches which were well received and showed thf.t both had friends in the audience. After the speaking Judge Layman palled the court and disposed of the locket for Monday and Tuesday and let the jurymen go to return weunes day. The Judge thought he would get through with the docket this week and : J the spot. The grand jury M rVy adjourn. The Bank of Hardiosburg & Trust Company and the Farrneis Bank were both busy paying out mouey to farmers who were delivering their tobacco. Several thousand dollars went into the farmers pockets, and thty were delighted over their sales and better pleased than they have been in ttte last twenty-fivIt has given them an years for the next crop, and they for one of the biggest crops history of the county. in the iuspi-ratte- e Tobacco Brings Over $1,000. an energetic sold his crop of tobacco last week which amounted to 8,12.) pounds and brought $2li a round netting him i,8(8 75 Mr. Robertson raised his tobacco crop on six acres of ground and had only one man to help him. He says he can afford to subscribe for the Breckenridge News now and sent his subscription for six teen months. Mr. W I. Robertson, of Union Star, Ky farmer , 1 Volunteers Wanted! Are you a skilled worker? Your country needs you today, more that It needs soldiers. Only ships, ships, and more can win the war. Only you and you and more of you can give the Government the ships It must have. The fate of our soldiers in Europe Is In your hands; they must have supplies, and only you can send them supplies. Enroll with the shipyards Volunteers and help your country over this crisis. Standard wages, pleasant working conditions. Go to the enrollment station and ask for Information. Amelia PennebaVer, of Kink of Haven, Ky., received a telegram from MEETING HELD. Washington yesterday informing her SEEKS COOPERATION OFF IN SOUTH. of Mr. Logan Vlasscnok, of McDnnieis, Ky., that her son, Carl, who was on the Tus cania. was rescued. The young man is and Mr Claud Cannon, son of James Citizens In Breckinridge In Louisville First of the Week. with the IMtfc Aerial Squadron and was Eight States Affected. Kentucky Cannon, of Axtel, Ky , on Saturday eve Of ning, Feb 2, IQI.S, in the presence o' County. Does Not Want Any 300 Growers of Pure Bred en route to the war zone. His name did is Left Out. Country NewsRev Phillips, of not appear among the list of survivors, only a few neighbors. Stock Attended. W. R. Moor- and it was thought that he was one of Kiugswnod officiated. Slackers In the Ranks. papers Permitted to Work. wM The bride was attired ill a beautiful tin men were lost. man, Jr.. Chairman of One of overjoyed who receiving His mother Wedding gown of while crepe ile chine To the ( Itizeusof Breckinridge Count) : on the message. Washington, Feb. S With the total The groom wore the conventional black. Cornier Journal. abandonment of the Sectional Meetings. beatless Monday There is not a man. woman, boy or The bride will be greatly missed by girl in this county but (that knows that throughout all the States south of Yif U. S. Army Paper in Paris. many as she was her father's assistant wt arc no In the midst cf the great-a- t The Kentucky I'ure red Live Stock giina today. I'nel Administration ollicials mail carrier fro. McOaniels to Glen were hopeful that continued Association opened its annual meting warm aril most cruel war that was aver Paris, Feb. s The first number of weather ami improvement in railroad She was very efficient in her waged by niinkind. Dean. We Americans Monday evening with a banquet at the postal duties, always trying to do the have been drawn into same by the Hotel Henry V attersou traffic would permit relaxation ,,f the in I.oipsvi le th Stats and Stripes, the official m ol the American exped tionary orders all over the tinted Slate, after right. The groom is a prosperous young rutblfattl of our eiietiiits, and w followed by a program prepared by the foices, appeared It is a weekly next Monday fanner near Axtel. have avowed to rtmain in same until Secretary, J. It. Shropshire. It is not known just yet where they peace The St ites affected arc North and Prominent live stock men from over newspaper, au'horizad by the cotnman-d- r or ml mankind. It Is is secured in chief and written and edited by South Carolina. will male their home as Mr, Cannon Tennessee, Georgia, realiz d by every true thi.iking Amer- 111 state made intersling talks OB arious may enlist or be drafte soon. All the Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louiswas officers ai.d enlisted men. which One subject ican, one thai not only live for the subjects. Many on the Star route extend theit things of this day, but who looks into thoroughly covered was the Progress of profits will be devoted to the benefit of iana. congratulations and wish a happy and the inture welfare of the coming gen- - Ilrce ls during lo!7 enlisted men. The paper has eight As Saturday will he olmiefd generally pages of oidinary size, and '.',000 words as a half holiday and as next Tuesday is prosperous life for each. t is estimated there were three bun war is not won by erations. that if this there we Allies, th .; it will be woe unto the dred growers of pure bred stock who at- of cabie news will be sent from the Lincoln's birthday anniversary, w ill be a three Buying Coal $6.50 Per Ton. and one half days shutAmerican Cltfltnetttn of a very few tended this meeting which closed Tues- United S;ates for each issue. To days issue has on the first page down. Ollicials believe this will go far yiars hence. Think of the s:lcrilices day evening this message from lien. Pershing: Ft. Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. 21 h, I9IS sustained by our forefathers in th toward relieving Sectional meetings were held Tue-da- v the situation. The "The commander in chief of the original program called for the last heat-les- s Mr. John Babbage, Cloverport, Kv , days of the Kevolutioaj, giving their and W. R. Moorman, Jr., ('.leu Dean, Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find money lives for the freedom of the genera chairman of the Polled Durham breeders American expeditionary forces extends Monday on March M, his greetings, through tie editorial At the ollice of the State Fuel Adminisorder for my renewal. The News certain- Hons of American cit'zeus that have presided over this particular section staff, to the readers from the first line trator Wiley 1!, Ilryan, it was slated toly is a great pleasure to us. We are hav- come and passed away since that good trenches to the base ports. The read- day that no word had been recieved from ing some awful cold weather here now day until the present time Mail Carrier a Patriot. Now we ers are mainly men who have bean Washington concerning the modification lots of snow. I guess Cloverport is get- are asked to make similar sacrifices ting her share of cold and snow to this for the freedom of the world. Our Mr William Allen, the mail carrier honored by being the first contingent of the fuel order, but that ill view of the winter, I4 below is cold allright but 2S boys have gone to the front of the bat- between Rome, lad., and Stephenspoit, of Americans to fight on European soil fact Nasi Kentucky is on a line with It is an honor aud a privilege which below for three days tle fields uf Fiance and is worse. We had and the order reads "South o lome have al- Ky., is indeed a patriot and a friend to makes them fortunate above millions Virginia,'' it is not thought that Kenand nights here and coal is awfully ready given the greatest sacrifice I'ncle Sam. tucky will become immune. hard to get you have to place jour order that ca-- i be asked of man, and that is Aside from carrying the mail and of their fellow citiz. ns at home." about .twelve days before you can. get his life, other, are on their way to the never missing but one trip during all Announcement is make that all meetings of a patriotic nature or entertainany and then it coasts fti.5o per ton trenches while others ;ue being train- the eight weeks of intense cold weather, Registration Boards Paid on Work is plentiful here and wages are ed in the various camps of this and Mr. Allen hauled 700 pounds cf cotton Basis of Classified Men. ments arranged for the sole benefit of war funds will be permitted next Tuesfine The Port here with some" remodel- other couutries. The food Adminis- seed meal at one time 011 a s'ed and at New regulations from the office of day, Lincoln's birthday. In order to ing and an addition is to be used as a tration is asking those that remain at another time, 5" barrels of Hour for the hospital for wounded soldiers only. home to make sacrifices, such as will inhabitants of Rome who were short of the Provost Marshal (ieneral iu regard secure this privilege however it will be With best wishes to the News and dear insure plenty ot Foodstuffs for our own provisions. And with all of this he has to compensation of registration boards nccessaiy for those interested to secure a special permit from the Jefferson old Cloverport. Yours Respectfully, solicited patrons for tl.e Thrift Stamp read in part as follows; boys, and the boys of our Allies, "The rate of compensation for imm- - county F"uel Administrator. Mrs Latou Furrow, If we hoard or waste food we are de habit and ucceeded '" getting everyone hru ,,f in il Hfiinls till t, ..mi ml R It was announced that the weekly and more priving our soldiers of the things that in Room t bvy IM least one the completion of the final classification newspaper publishers who are most needed by them in the days Thrift Stamps of the registrants within the respective Slid it necessary to work on Moudav ill PENALTY IF YOU when they are called upon to make the jui isdiction of said boards shall be on order to get out their issues, will be pertest. No soldier can stand the hardthe basis of 110 cents, as aggregate cam mitted to work. MERCHANTS MUST ships unless he has the proper food. pensalion to the membership of a local FAILTO CONSULT Multiply the savings of one individual board, for each registrant to whom a Hoover Soldiers." by 10,000,000, and you will soon realize SELL FLOUR questionnaire shall have been mailed means to this nation to save. what it and who shall have been finally class"Hoover Soldiers" are in the juve-uil- e Income Tax Man Next Week The man, woman, boy or girl who fails ified in accordance with the provisiois class aud do not vear a uniform, to do his part in this war, a war wh-- r With Substitutes and No One of these regulations. While He Is In Cloverport. everyone but according to the authorlics, they parfjrm, is I has a part to "Money due for said work shall be Can Buy Over 70 Per Cent, paid iu proportionate amounts to each are expected to render very definite traitor m the truest sense. At the close Certain Requirements. g J;m dutv iu t,,e famiy circle re,jard. of thilwar when a lasting peace has member of a local board claiming com- - ing lhe strict observance of President of Normal Consumption, come for all, let it be said with pride for Jiis service, unless it shall Wilson's Declamation of January M. Mr S Y. Patterson, the man whom that there was not a "Slacker ' found, you are to consult about your income jbe requested by the unanimous vote of ..to OUSetve Mondays and Wednesdays County. ,!!,. Ito in the ranks of Ureclrinridge Har,,nsburg, Feb. li -Th. boa.fl that the moneys due Ls wh.alk.M tax, will be in Cloverport the week of The more we do and th ; quicker we f r and one wheutles, Kentiukv on subj ct b it y f, be paidin some other proportion. I119al ev,ryilay; 0 ollser,c ,.very He will make Feb. iN to i inclusive. Tus. do it the soouer will be the end of this rule as applied to farmers having on DO member shall re 10 UCh his headquarters at the local postolliee mighty conllict. , r n..r sh. ceive more than id cents ot the allow- - day as meatless day, and every Satur- h.n.l , ; unless further notice is given. day as porkless day, and one meatless I appeal to you for co operation in stitutes raised on their own farms or am.e (lf ;i0 cents for each classification It is imperative that every person in meal every day. " Conthis all important task of Food purchased from a mill, is au follows: , ,w memb, rs shaU rt.c.eive ,oie Breckinridge county make it a busi- servation. The Hon. V. O. Gilbert. State SuperWill you be a true soldier Any retail merchant or Boat miller than i.1 cents for each classification to ness to see Mr. Patterson if their sal- or a intendent of Public Instruction, lias can accept a certificate (in the endo.-e"Slackei?". be ,jMribjte(1 between them." ary or wages, or income amounted to scut out communications to all teachYour very truly, foim) of any farmer, aud is authorized .000 or over during I917 and if they ers in every county of the State asking R. H. Comptou, Food to sell mm on receipt ot such certili-cat- e are not married, they must make a Administrator for Hreckinridge County. Notice to Log Catchers. that their' pupils be organised as not exceeding J pounds ol wheat statement of their income to the gov, O. II Nigh & Sau, of CallettsOurg, "Hoover So diers'' at home to aid ti e Hardinsburg, Ky. Hour without sub, unites P.oyidcd, rnment. It is not necessary for a sent out notices to log catchers government in food J conservation. however, lhe merchant Of miller must Ky married arson to make an income ta. Hicks Men Known Here. confiueeach customer to an amoui t of I along the Ohio liver that logs would be Louisville Post. return iin'o M their income amounted (lour not exceeding seventy per cent. down later. to $2,000 01 over for I91?. K identlv Messrs. Nigh & Son lost No Standard Receipt Jacob Hicks and his son, Heber Hicks, of his normal consumption." If an individual comes in this class their timber in the recent high water who is held 111 Dixon, Webster County, PRRD M. SAl KB I T For Victory Bread. penalty an dfans to repoit, there is Ky , on the charge of the murder of Mis. LVderal Pood Administrator for Ken- - SOd are MMOOt to retain the loss. attached of not less than 20 or mor A large i inpty coal huge was seen Joev Sparks, are both known in this tuck Washington, Feb. !. No standard than 11,000. the river Saturday. recipe for Victory bread will m issued city of drifting down Meichants, millers and faiin-.rMr Hicks and his sou spent several Krec'.euridge County wail please note Skills and nUtaSTOUi other spectacular either for commercial bankers, hotels, Mrs. Nathan Starks. have also been adrift since the restaurants and public eating placas weeks here last spring stopping at the the above and be governed accordingly. gorge broke. K N COMPTON, Mrs. Nathan Starks, aged 78 years, Cloverport Hotel. They were engaged or for households which bake their own Food Administrator for Breckoridg died at the home of her granddaughter, in selling cultivators and went out through In cad, according to an ar.noucement of Bottle of Pneumonia. County. Mrs, W P. Laslie, ami Mr I.aslie, in the country making this their headthe I'uited States Fjod Administration this city, Ptiday night Heart trouble quarters. today. The only requirement is thai A little girl had been shopping for A short Fourth and Perhaps Labt and dropsy caused her death bread must contain not more than her mother and who had lot of bundles, the No Alien Enemies Here. funeral service was held early Sunday of Monday Closing Observed. was asked by a friend what she had iu 80 per cent, cent,wheat Hour, the remain morning from the residence by Rev. W. to consist of corumaal, ing 2n per That Cloverport is free of any alien ot fur- her parhels. She said, "a bottle I., liaker and afterwards the remains enemies is corn louf, rye or rice Hour potato flour quite a certainty since PostThe fourth and probab'y the last of inline polish and a bottle ot pneumonia were taken to Dukes' cemetery to be in- master Lightfoot announced last week or any othei cereals recommended by the Monday closing onter, was strictly (ammonia). . terred. the food administration. that so far he had not registered a adhered to in this city Mondav, Feb il. The deceased is survived by her hus single one. Postniutter Lightfoot has The announcement pointed out that All order issued by Fuel Administrator Louisville Stock Market. She was a resi made itquiries of persons whom it band and four children Victory bread Is appropriate for con11 Ilryan "that the weekly and dent of the Duke neighborhood and she might be suspected were uliens, but Wiley sumption In public eating places on Hog Market Choice heavies, l(i." with Mr, Starks were spending the win- upon investigation he found that they semi weekly newspaper publishers who wheatless Monday and wheatless Wed-- j necessary to work on Monday pounds aud up, fVi H I'.'Oto itS pounds tiud it ter with her granddaughter. She was a were uaturalize citizens. nesday and at wheatless meals every l") lit; pigs, $1j 70 (a in order to get out their issues, will be 13. 70 loughs, member of the Duke Cumberland Pres day 111 the week where it is not pracpermitted to work;" made it possible for Il4 S5 down. byteriau church ticable to make an even larger saving s. Taft to be t e Breckenridge News ollice to keep Slmep and Lambs Best sheep, 0 t" of wheal by serving breads mads enID: bucks, $S down. Hest lambs, Iflb in Bowling Green. open, which was the only exception. tirely of other cereals. Boys' Bible Study Class in C. H. S. The normal temperature and balmy (.1 ltt Qj seconds, IU g llMOj culls, The administration also notified ship The acting state secretary, of the Y. The second annual session of the Rural weather, which has prevailed during the 98 (.1 9 owners aud caterers that all vessels last few days, will help relieve the coal C. A. Tevebaugh, was Life and Rural School Conference aud M. C. A , Mr aboard wheie as much as tin ee barrels Paint Shades to be Reduced. here recently and organized a ten weeks the regular annual session of the Convo- situation iu this community, to a very of Hour is used each month w ill be reBible Study course class among the To conserve tin, linseed oil, and other quired to take out bakers licenses. cation Superintendents of the Western great extent, although it bus never been High School buy ingredients of paint ami paint con Winers This it was tuated, would allow them Kentucky State Normal School, Howling acute. Twelve boys foruied the class and they Green, will convene iu the auditorium of ueccessary lor war use, iiianufacturM will to buy flour on the same basis as hoBig New Loan Made Britain. are to meet eveiy Tuesday afternoon institution at eight o'clock Tuesday, Feb. be limited to '.2 shades of house paint tels and geneial bankers. with Rev W I, Itaker as their teacher ly, an close Friday evening Feb. 22. July I. Some linns aie now making Creditors to Allies Above Hour and alter ( )u ami study the text book entitled "The 110 shades ol tins class of paint uf the Ingest grade program , , Entertainedjn Louisville. a Half L II I Ion s Spirit of th- - Soldier," which was wiit uiaiigxl ill this country has been Fmaiiiels will be lcstiutcd by the Washington, Jan. 31, A uew credit unafafinrti to b shades, Boot paint to ten bv a soldier and deals with teachings and every effort is being made to Miss Agues Hoard will be host to-of the ltible make the meeting even surpass the re- of .'10,000,1100 to b paid toUi cat s, roof and barn paint to 2, single slams morrow at a bridge party ill honor ol Britain dunug F'ebruary was establish- to 12, carrage paint to B, aielntectural her guest Miss Marline Monarch, of At the close of the ten weeks, if the markable meeting held lust year. class has gained a certain number ot varnishes to 10. Half 'gulloil cans will llaidmsburg ami Miss Ruth While aud The leading speaker on the program ed today by the Treasury. The January crtdlt of Jj(l, 000,000 not be Usui, and some other sizes will be her guest Miss Ambrose Anderson, of points in membership and attendance, is Williaui Taft wdiu will was completed today with the abva4)cs-uisn- t discontinued. they will be awarded a silver loving cup uiake two addresses on the war, F'riday. Midway. Courier Journal. of b.,000,000. This brings total ana if after three years they have sue Are you proud of jour couuty wilh no Remember that the first road built is You know the conditions of the road credits to all the Allies up to Ifcltt, ceeded in winning the cup each year, roads? not the last one to be built. 000,000 What are you doing to better things? they will be given the cup for all time. , 11 pub-lic.tI , , i 1 m, cw semi-weekj filen Dean, Ky., Feb II. (Special) beautiful home wedding was that Miss Loreine C.lnascoek, daughter ,.l lh.kl tol ,t,.r I , . s otTj-ct- s Ex-Pre- . 4 GREAT DAMAGE HELP TO SAVE FOOD Done Cloverport's Beautiful Park President Calls Upon All Loyal By Ice Gorge The Zoo Prac mericans to Unite finally Destroyed. in Campaign l'.lwnrd Breckenridge Riverciile Park hSM MMld great loss during the recent cold l I High water and a trem 'minus ice gorge The is now lying at the west entrance. gigantic h ir e weeds that formed such a beautiful shade for thesummer loungers are now I t ou the ground, anil reully it looks as if a tornado had deracotd all over the ark. The M has sudertd MM on account of the MM and too many eatless das for the animals, there being nothing polar left i f the great collection but bear and an educated j ly bird. the wild man from the jungles of Slick Creek, and Z7., the beautiful snake charmer from Eastland, crossed to the Indiana side on the ice, eloped to Cannelton and were married and will, no doubt, ppulate the earth with holy The Henry Gregory Jo-J- Suggestions of Food Administration Will Enable the United States to Meet Great Responsibility If Promp Action Is Taken, Declares President. Washington, Jan. 2. Following text of President Wilson's food-savin- Is at mi i imatlon: terror. Two beautiful gondolas, a male and female, imported from Venice at grtat cost, were crushed in the lagoon and perished. T.iey roostsd on the water instead of a h irse weed. The happy family consisting of snakes, monkeys, rare birds of all kiuds, and a vicious jick rabbit, all perished from exposure. It has been Mr OrlgWj'l ambition to have park beautiful for Cloverport and this misfortune has a great depressing effect upon him, as he looks over the havoc wrought by the great hidden All manufacturers of alimentary pastes, hand biscuits, crackers, pastry and breakfast cereals should reduce their purchases and consumption of wheat and wheat flour to seventy per cent of their l'J 7 requirements, and all bakers of bread and rolls to eighty per cent of their current requirements. Consumers should reduce their purchases of wheat products for home preparation to at least seventy per cent of those or last year, or, when buying broad, should purchase mixed cereal breads from the bakers. rj-se1 Many causes have contributed to Intencreate the necessity for a sive effort on the part of our people to save food in order that we may supply our associates in the war with the sustenance vitally necessary to them In these days of privation and stress. The reduced productivity of l.'urope because of the large diversion of manpower to the war, the partial failure of harvests and the elimination of the most distant markets for foodstuffs through the destruction of shipping, places the burden of their subsistence very laigoly on our shoulders. The food administration has formulated suggestions which, If followeJ, will enable us to meet this great responsibility. In order that we may reduce our con sumption of wheat and wheat products by thirty per cent a reduction Imperatively necessary to provide the supply for overseas wholesalers, jobbers and retailers should purchase and to their customers only seventy per cent of the amounts used in 1917. Ml Watch for the Golden Rule's Big Ad. next week; not only watch for it hut read it and pass it on to your neighbor. STEPHENSPORT W. J. Ditckman left Monda for Leavenworth, Ind , to resume work at Substitute Potatoes. To provide sufficient cereal food, homes, public eating places, dealers and manufacturers should substitute potatoes, vegetables, corn, barley, oats and rice products, and the mixed cereal bread and other products of bakers which contains an admixture of other cereals. In older that consumption may be restricted to this extent. Mondays and W eilnesdays should he ohserved as wneawess uays eacn ween, arm one iueai eacu uays snouiu ue ooscrveu as a arhesttesi meal. In both homes and public eating The above picture sketched by place in order to reduce the consumpour special artist ot ,K:re Chief Stadt-- r i f beef, pork and sweet products, watching the ic- - gorge in case of .'ire tion BC ly should be observed as meat-li-.iHe savs be can put a nt the park day in each week, one meatless cik'are'.t out it given ulfi .'ierit extingMil should he observed in each day; uishers. Wli in addi'lon. Saturday in each Mh should further bg observed as j The Cloverport Brick and Tile Co. day upon which to eliminate pork. Henderson Route Merchants' Mechan A continued economy in the use of Hand wid t !uy the opening enagar will be necessary until later in ics gagement at the park Ma year. The the year. It is imperative that all waste and r boys are practicing hi nt and can Such tunes as "O. Dan Tucker," unnecessary consumption of all sorts and ' 'Polly Pat Hie Kettle On," wi h ol foodstuff should be rigidly eliminated. ft' re nmeii s m,athcti b maintenance of the and Council HI ID Afed li Jg, sta der, II ihler strength of our own people health Is vitally Whitehead :, re canvassing the bust, BOjcesiary and at this time, and there ness mm 'i th; lOWfl for fuuds with should he no dangerous restriction oi which to buy a few lire exting latum to the food supply; hut the elimination hitig up U lha pir, in case the ice ot VI iy sort of waste and the substi o u Iri i ioa and tution ot other commodities of which ii e gort;: c nc. i t urn, tlis iron bri Ige ;hit I pa as t.re we have more abundant supplies for those which we need to save, will :n - MutTc'.t. igoatu, no way Impair the strength of oui people. to jicjht of Stars. Urges A Uleorj lalnlt sciont I He iicropt-IBI, therefore, in the national In is tli.it ill the void of interstellar space there is a substance which veils SSt, take tha liberty of calling upon e cry !o.al American to take fully to from our View the stars beyond u cerLean (ha suggestions which are being tain limit of dtat&nco. Consisting Circulated by the food administration of niicroscoplc iiud widely and ol begging that they be followed. It scattered nevertheless am coafldenl that the great body ot makes a burrler to vision when dls- our women, who have labored so loy taacM are avnVteatlj grout. ally m with the food adIn ol lea- winds, if je Were fur enough iiwuy from the sun there would ministration will strengthen their ofions and will take it as a part of their be ellollLdl of these li:nliele burden in this period of national servout selves ami that luminary to render ice to s e that the above suggestions It Invisible o us. ure observed throughout the land. Dr. C !. Abbot) of the Smithsonian WOODROW WILSON. In motion, said Hint the estimated The White House, density of this 'Vubstnnco" Is one Iril- is January, I1M8. MODtk of thiit of the ajf we breathe. Pretty thin, one might say. And yet SUMMARY OF RULES. u sphere (iu space) whose radius was the distance from the earth to the star Kul s have been lor 'inula led by the louro-- l to Mat solnr sysleni would con- tab u quantity of the substance;! equal (.' pari meat to etlett the necessary ol tooils. Soim ol these rules to LjOUO times the muss of the nun apply to manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers under. license regulations, Varieties of Pearls. others apply to the housewife and Among the varieties of stated briefly cover the following pvNirls there lire ut times small dark points: The consumer is requested to gray or blacl.ish pearls, which ure purchase an eiiuul amount of somi mole or less IlittleiieU and luck the other MTfaJ for all wheat Hour purt. r Mai perfect shape of chased. They may be Jet black used separator the in fllad black pearls. These lire i t mixed as the housewife chooses, true penrls, probably secured from pinl'urchase of Victory bread Is strongly na shell, and posses some small v:ilue. TgaA This wlli consist of a miniThey may be easily distinguished from mum of live per cent of cereal other the false pearls by their bjf mid than wheat for the present, the pershape. Very small round pearls of a centage to be increased until on Febgolden luster ure secured from u small ruary Mftfc it will contain a minimum iul ulu that has a bcnutilul golden, percentage of twenty per cent. On luster on the Inside. The uviculii shell wheat less iluyw and wheatless meals Is usually less than six centimeters la use of bread made entirely of other cediameter, und I have never seen a pearl reals is u rued For local situations produced by this shell that wua lurger where exceptions are necessary, applisn a No. 6 shot. The big, perfectly cations should be mad to state food round yellow peurls offeivd for sale administrations. ure usually frauds. te m the saw mill. Mrs. A M Miller, of Cloverport, came Monday to visit her sister, Airs. Olivia Lay, who fell Monday morning slightly irj'iring her hip. V. R. Dodson was in Hardinsburg Tuesday. V B. Q irdner was in Louisville Friday on business. Mrs. Nannie S'errett, i f Hawesville, wis the guest Sunday of her aunt, Mis. Nannie Sills. Miss Lena Payne was in HardinsLurg last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. tydripp were the week end guests of relatives in Louisville. Mrs. H. J. Rice has returned to her home in II awesville, after a visit to her parents, Mr. utid Mrs. P. U. Hawkins. Miss Virgin! i Whitworth was the guest of friends and relatives in town ist week Miss M able Shellmin spent several days last week with relatives at Clover-port- . LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY s ret-dc- I i . I i !i D.o-re- r N , - - ' W.J. Dkeknaaa visited his mother, Mrs. Auna J. Dieckmin, at Sample last wei k Mr. and Mrs. J. W French and daughter( Miss Llelva, have returned fiom Louisville. and Lot.il Beavin, of Cloverport, Simon Smart, of Hardinsburg, were in town last Wednesday. L. D Fox is in II irdinsburg this week. jno. D. Babbage, of Cloverport, was in town Saturday. The high water and ice did no damage lu re. Many families living on the rivti front moved out, but the water did not rj lite reach any homes. Announcement in the Louisville pa pers of the marriage of Mr. Allen Bar- bee, formerly of this town, now of Louisville and Miss Grace Taylor Dris- kell of Louisville, came as a surprise t their friends. Mrs Barbee made her home here at one time, where they bo'h are well known, having a number of relatives an friends who wish them much joy. Mrs () D. Shellman and children, of Snottsville, are Ktiestsof her aunt, Mrs W. T. Cunningham and Mr. Cunningham. Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Chenault entertained the young folks Wednesday evening at their home in honor of Simon Smart, of Hardinsburg, and Lewis Beavin, of Cloverport, who left the following Friday for Kansas Litv, Mo., where they expect to enter school, l)r K. I. Stephenson, of Hardinsburg, was bare last Sunday prepared to do dental work. Miss Belva J. French left Thursdav for Louisville where she entered the Louisville Conservatory ot Music. i'rof H. A. Ater and little daughter, Miss Helen Ater, were guests Suudav of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ater, of I wishing that we could do "something like that;" render to the common cause some great service. But let us not forget that patriotism is a spirit, not merely an act; that the housewife, the farmer, the mechanic, the school boy or girl, can discharge the trifling daily task with the same high spirit of Lincoln, or of the soldier in the trenches. its highest call; when the great lives of the nation's patriots are commemorated; when the spirits of men leap within them, and flame with the fire of patriotic sacrifice as they read the heroic story of brave deeds on land, in the air, on the sea: in times like these we who stay at home cannot help FN TIMES like these, when Patriotism issues B. F. BEARD & CO., M. T. Henderson, the Courier-Journwas here Tues- agent from diy. Jim Mitcham, of Custer, was here Hardinsburg, Ky. & The Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Mouday. School closed here last week on account of the smallpox scare. Thos. Gregory, of Hardinsburg, spent the week eud with his father, W. T. NOTICE You FARMERS! Gregory. John Bridwell, who died last week, was buried at Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, of Irving-ton- , visited the latter's sister, Mrs. 1). H. Smith, at Hensley, last week. Mrs Sarah Whitworth spent Thursday with Mrs Jesse Haj tics. lira, Lucy Haynes, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Davis Doweil, at Hirdinsburg, rtturned home Kildav. Noah Tabor was in Hardinsburg 8 9 9 1 I g sail Buy now while you c aflafl We have a number of Mules from 4 to years old; we also have 20 good kind, will do you good work and grow you money; we have a number of cows for sale-th- ey must go at once; you this Spring. arc losing money Dy are going to need extra teams 1 waning. lu-- Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stcerman lost their Tuvlor Bashaiu, of near New Bethel, was tlie guest Sunday of Ills sister, Mrs. home by fire Tuesday night. They saved practically nothing. W. J. Dleckmao and Mr. IJieckinan Mr and Mrs. Marviu liowell, of Ilar- Fierce Roberts, of Illinois, was the attended the funeral of their week end guest of Mr. und Mrs. Millard lflm.hnt-father, John Bridwell. Rollins. Miss Anna Mildred Srrith spent Suu day in lrviugton the gue-- of relatives. GARFIELD. Hobton Hall, of Coiistaulioe, was Irvicgton. Jesse Macv sold twenty acres of laud to Andrew Squires for 800. Bill Butler, of Harued, was here Wednesday on business. blisses Lula and Lottie Tabor were in here Monday eu routo to Bowling (Jreeu to ulteud the spiing tcim at the BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... State Normal. Mr. and Mrs. John Webb enlertaiued to dinner Tuesday a number of friends and relatives, it being the last day of Hardinsburg Tuetday. school at i'erriu. 1). H. Smith was in Louisville last Miss Martha Harned close.d a successful term of school at Bandy's Friday. week. DENTIST X H. IS Office Hours: I p. Oil. Ho & p.M. m. to m. Always In ottce during office hours IriliCtn, lh L99 V Jaw: ajL-.at, -s- Y LETTERS WE LIKE TO GET FROM SUBSCRIBERS "FATHER AND SON" WEEK TO BE OBSERVED For Mrs. Mary Haynos. .Mr. St LOStl, Mo. JaSSSrt StUs, I) Ha)tBKr, Cloverport, Ky DtM 1 f t - - t. n.i i f - .. UL ..1..1. ii fof ft 5O for the renewal of the "News Mary S. Havnes. for my mother, Mr .'S'Hi Di lniar Iflvd., St. Louis. With kind News and Louisville Herald. Ifll D Mi.. J Bibbage, Clnvcrpot t, Ky. You will find ecclostd $1 H to pay mv With Special Union Service SunMibsctiption In the News fur 1!M 7, pins e day Evening at the Methodist the News and the I ft Daily Hera'd fsf Kri peclfullv, Church Interesting Program Mrs. Louella Jolly, Clifton Mills, Ky. fr Li.ui-vili- est personal regards. Yours very truly. Forrest Hnynes From Mr. Hart. Being Arranged. From Mr. Will Watkins. St Joseph, Mo , January 29, J I) Dear Sir: Ilahhage, Cloverport, Ky Knelovd find draft for oiie dollar and I'lease continue paper to half ($1 .VI) satire address. S'onrs. Will Watkins My hest regards to all friends. KM tor Breckt uridylNew, "Sneer "Father and Son" week which is n pie sS Nallofl wi.ii in iv, in sti b: k!:i nine Febport, Ky Dear S : Incln-ti- l find fl.jO for which tend me I ha N VI ruary 1' and luaifllMt Ihro'igh the 17 Y niis rsSSMn Hilly, for one year. inclusive, will be observed In Clover-pot- t Cay Man, Ml Duiieln, Kvnext Sunday ver.ing with a Union Coming to Editor se Ky. This Summer. Allen, Tex., B Dear find inv check for one dot lur for which ple.e send me the News. A Former Cloverporter. Want to visit your county during the Mr. J. I. iatbSgSl 29th, I9I8 Jan coming summer and will have great I have neglected renewing my subscrippleasure iu meeting you and many tion fir Ilreekenridge News and am years other friends. It has been a tost office money order sending yon since I lelt the Old Kentucky Home. for $1 5O and will ask you to licgin my Yours, paper with Jan. 23rd, issue, and ohlige. H. h. Cottpton, C. G. Warficld. Your friend, Mr. Compton's host of friends in 817 X. Kdgefield Station A. to Hreckem idge county will be plta-eDalas, Texas be honored with a visit from him after sj long an absence. d tcktnridge M 6. Ntm: lltl. A New One. , Hardinstmrg, Ky Jan 80th, I9IS Kenfrow, OkU , R K. D. No. 2, the Mr. J. I). Babbage, Kind Sir: Feb (i, I9I8. enclosed fifty cents please send me the Mr. J. D. Cloverport, Ky. k News four months to, Mrs. Paul Ilardinsburg, Ky , R 1. D. No. 2. Friend j D, I am inclosing you a check for one vear's subscription to the Breckenridge News. Like a Letter From Home. Yours respectfully, Hcn-dic- A New Subscriber. Feb. 1st, I9I8, Mr. J. D, Babbage, Cloverport, Ky., Dear sir: I am enclosing 1 50 for which please send me the It Breckenridge News for one year. seems like getting a letter from homo to get the News. We have had n !ong cold spell. It has been all the way from zero to 20 be- low for about a month and a half. We jK have had a big snow here and the roads have been blockaded and for a few days the trains could not even mil The way-i- t looks now the snow will stay until the first of the month. This leaves us all well My best wih-eNews. Yours to The Breckinridge Steward Weatherholt truly. Route .4, Moweaque, 111 s C. A Mailing!'. Renewal. Sylvia, Kas., Feb. !), i!)I8. Breckenridge News: I'lease find inclosed money order for $i 5O for re newal to the News and oblige. A L Howard In addition to these letters subscriptions have been received from J. Tabeling, Forrest Jennings, Henry May, K. I'rank Carter. James M. Brickev, Wallace Pierce, Mrs. J K Matthews, I)r B H I'arrish, (ieo W. Sipiires, Thos. I. O'Reilly, Robt Henry, A. T. I.ucas, J. T. Mitcham, Sam II Monarch, Dick Gillian t PAUL LEWIS. CASHIER OF BRECKINRIDHE-BAN- K OF CLOVERPORT, Expects To Leave In TO ENTER ARMY Resolutions Next Call, February 23rd. Adopted by Directors of Bank at Meeting Held, September, 1917. Prominent in Business Aflairs ot His Home City. WHKRKAS, Mr. Faul C Lewis, now, and since its organization, the Cashier of this bank, has teen drafted into the mili tary service of the United States to par ticipate in the present World-War- . integrity and sobriety of Mr. Lewis is a material asset to said Bank, and that it is the sense of the Directory that in performing the pending military service for his Country, which is the paramount duty of every citizen of the Republic, BK IT RESOLVED, by the Board of that he is called upon to make great per Directors in Called meeting held in the sonal sacrifices, notably, surrendering OPERATED BY Directors' Room of the Breck inridge-Ban- k his present high and responsible pos tion of Cloverport, at Cloverport, Kenwith this Institution, gained by years of Motive Power of One of the Civil War tucky, on Friday, the 2Sth day of Sep honest, patient and worthy effort, that it Railroad:; Was Primitive in tember, I9I7, to consider the exigency is but just that we ameliorate these sacthe Extreme. confronting said Bank by reason thererifices as nun h as possible and to that of, that it is the sense of the Directory The history of ruihvny operation In end. that the elimination of said Mr. Lewis BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that this country oflVrs many curious and from the Cashiersln'p and Directory of Interesting details, Amonn them none this Bank is a source of profound regret the position of Cashier of this Institution ore stranger than those that concern , to the Directory and all its officials, and, shall be temporarily filled by another thu Memphis, Kl Paso & Pacific u as we believe, to all of its patrons, and is during his absence and that if he be line operated between Marshall, Tex., and Shrevcport, Lu., a substantial loss to the Bank, and to spared to return to his home, unimpaired in mind and body, which is the sincere during the Civil war. the entire community. The owner was John Illgginson. He BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that prayer of all, that he shall at once suchud many titles: chairman of the the efficiency, industry, trustworthiness,! ceed to his former status in this Institu- - board, president, vice president, "HAY-BURNER- Service nt tli Methodist church at 7:18 o'clock. A meeting of the fathers and srn. was held Sunday afternoon at the Baptist church and it was dscMed then to have this special service and provide an attractive program with several speakers rum from the different chinches and h.ivc , .i. r r-r--T-. the directors of the Mctliodii-- t and It i tist choirs to arrange the music 1 jvMi1 f- This meeting is not just for tl.e J5 w 44 in b ty fathers 111 d suns, although ll il to be especially for their bent fit; but every II' 1 one is invited to attend, One section of the church will be reserved tor the fathers and sons. "Father and Son" week originated in Canada ard it was intf"duced in the United State by the V. M. C. A. l'he main object of such a movement is to bring the fathers and sons in closer touch with "t:e anollu r ami point out to then th-- j "j us of having a real Dad and how to be pals" and in a meiMitc try to do away with the unpiotit, hie loafing places of the toils. It is also to awaken parents anil communities to the importance cf boy lift; and thu enlisting of boys and men under the standard of Jesus Christ. The promoters of tile "Father and Urging VICTIM Son" movement are OF HIS OWN JOKE that the sons will spend this Saturday evening with fathers Senator Had Not Intended Jocose Re- mark to Be Taken as Seriously at It Was. tion We declare that this Resolution pertaining to the holding open for Mr. An official of the house of repreI.i .yis i.f li s prtatnt position, during his sentatives nu t g distinguished United military service, as aforesaid, is not ac States senator in the hails of the eap- United by fear of criticism, justly cast, itol. They were old friends, and both Nation Wide, upon the very few lustitu Were born In Kentucky. It was at g lions of this Nation who thus refused so time when there was not much stirring to do, but for the dual reasons of li is ahoal the big building, and the two sat great Worth to this Bank and of our pat tloun to (all;. The eonTeraatlon turned riotic duly to contribute all in our power on what the doctors of America were in aid of those who are called upon to doing, and discussion of specialists. pav the rice, in blood and harrowing The nlhlal nggssted that he had n relative WhO was a distinguished alienmental and physical hardships for the ist. preservation of the frtcdotU of our in "There would seem to hn n good field BtitUtions and citizenship. for work along his lino right here in BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that the capitol," remarked the senator. "I these Resolutions shall be signed by the know Soma nu mbers of the hSBM and Directors present, and shall be recordtd senate whom he might examine." "Well, I SXpeCi him in Washington of this Iustitutii n 011 the Minute Book and published in full in the Ii;cckin very shortly," returned the official, In nil innocence, "und LwaBi him to meet ridge News you." And, further, that the original Draft It was not ntilll several seconds later of these Resolutions, as signed by said when the senator laughed that the ofDirectors, shall be delivered to Mr. Lew is ficial realized that an explanation was as his property. in order. Frank Dean S P, Conrad Conrad Simons E. Bowue Notice of Dissolution of R. L. Oel.e John A Barry Cloverport Real Estate A. B Skill man Claude Mercer, Atty for Bank And Improvement Company. -- rnrrr ! srria 1 Every Farmer mymmmmm'rvv, :wmv xmmmmmnwmimmeBer' -- 44- will need, sunn' Win Fencing this Spring in order to nigg BON stuck grid p itiltrv get his sliitrv ol the hiiilt price paid for these products of the form and other product, thai ar coming to him In 1918, ll If you gra looking for increased PROFITS this vcur. Ibg Mist thing you ought to do is to TALK TO I S. We'll tell yon it fan interesting tbingi uiiout fencing. Wire Will Sell Cheap for Cash McGlothlan & Son. Irvington. Ky. QU OK YOUR "TT'OU know what broiling J. does to steak, baking to a potato and toasting to bread. In each case flavor is brought out by cooking by "toasting." So you can imagine how toasting improves the flavor of the Builey tobacco used in the Lucky Strike Cigarette. IT'S TOASTED Notice is hereby given that the Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Company, a corporation, is clos lag up its business. The Cloverport h'cal Estate and Improvement Co , By Claude Mercer President, Attest; Ray Lewil Hcyser Secretary. BORN OF DESIRE FOR SPEED . From Earliest Ages Man Has Sought Methods of Transportation Other Than His Feet. rSEBVK trainmaster, roadnUkStSTi freight and passenger agent, flrcnuin, conductor mid master mechanic. The motive power was of the best In those days, and consisted of several yoke of oxen, commonly known us The oxeu were, it is said, generally on time. Mr. lllgglnson ran his train on n triweekly schedule. Whin lie had gathered up a "cargo" mid everything was ready for the trip he loaded the oxen Into the first box car lu the train. In tho next car he hud put the frclghi and the passengers, and In the third he himself rode. The cars started down the steep grade out of Marshall und, gfteC tiny had lolled us far us they would Mr. Higginson set the brakes and pro. eded to unload the oxeu mid hitch them to the coupling of the ear. Then lie releused the brakes und stal ed the train up the grade. At the tup the oxeu were ugain loaded into tie lieu r and another start wus uiiule downhill, lty repeating this operation several times Mr. Htggiasoa und Liu train would gnally reset Ittfeieport The passenger rate wus ii5 cents a g person. Freight charges were tin- owner of the line could get. Since tiigys was no competition, Mr. Iliggluson mude money. All freight wus marked "red ball" und handled as soon us received. This, however, wus not the first rullwuy in the United States. Most of the early lines luude use of annuals. The Uultiiuore & Ohio at one time employed horses to huul freight und pusseuger trains over the first 15 miles of truck constructed. Youth's Companion. " i uny-ihln" Build Up Your Bank Account Don't be satisfied with a email balance in bank. Deposit every dollar that you don't require for your actual Money is safer in the bank than in your pocket or in your home. Doubtless the first form of constructive traaspoetStlM was by the boat in the form of a llotit and our earliest und simplest conception is a man astride a log. propelling it by hand and foot. The idea of propulsion stimulated to activity the Inventive genius of man's inlnd, and we And him developing various modes of hind conveyances. The camel was drafted into service with the elephant, the horse and other Then came the sledge, the first of nature's own construction, shanty U forked tree limb. This gradually developed into a more perfect mode of conveyance, being mounted on rollers or logs, and here nnl-Iiial- I Guaranteed hy i nc m m o i Take time by the forelock. need. began Hie development of (lie SStt and tl"' wheel. The most primitive form of Wheel wits (he simple roller Made from a tree trunk, afterward differ Into u pair of fixed wheels by trimming down the middle portion of the cylinder In such a manner us to leave the center of the trunk as a rotating Bgls 'l'he next step was the substitution of two shorter sections of tree trunks utlaehed to u rotating axle; tint, round Cylinders of stone doubtless were Used CORN WANTED! We w ant any part of 500 btAshels, No. 2 White Milling Corn, husk off, at OOCt. ' See or write us quick. You'll be more loath to draw as yell, and later u considerable was marked by the substitution of the tlxed uxle ou which the cylinders rotated. The art wheel similar to that which may today be seen lu the remote dis- Hardinsburg Both Phones Just a Suggestion. Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. Difference in Bread Making. a check than spend the caeh. See us about We do an account. all kinds of banking. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. tricts of Mexico, Is doubtless tho next noteworthy udvuuee, und from these primitive steps wu llud Aristotle und other Creek philosophers Interesting theinselver In these Important advancements and earnestly agitutlug the minds of the mechanics of that period, in the effort to stluiulute even greater improvements. I nils Oscar calltd ou a neighbor's Littls Mary wascallsd in to see ths new nauy, who was ine sixth in tin boy ore morning and w is invitsd In to family. All the previous children had wait for his friend who was not quite been vary small bablss. Mary looksd ready. Tha neighbor wa knaading at the baby a short time then said: bread and asksd: "Does your mothsr "Mama don't you think it would be make brtad?" "Ves'm," taplicd Oscar "only she don't play with it Ilka you batter to have them a littla and not so many of thsmi"' tio." big-ga- THE BRECKENR1DGE JOHN II NEWS Kftotif i BABFUtil. lii'lor and Publisher 12 use of he 12 Pounds Flour ORDBB8 COME IN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1918 Fb. llfh tho Food Administnitiot. reinstated the pound Hour Imir which is tlif minimum Hiiiouut of There-forMom that chii lie packed in l:ijzs by the miller. our we are now in petition to CDPtOtMM will ptfMfl tnke notice thut Ri ASK ABOUT IT ccpt jruVf (irdeis aceotdinirly. EIGHT PAGES. Subsrri ption price $1.50 a year: UDfD U8 voni for cotton' BBEO MKAL Mc for 4 months; 75r for o months. Hardinsburg 4M4K4K4S4Sf4E Mill & Elevator Co., Hardinsburg. (r in his colli K'--' Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line: money Examine the label on your paper. NOTU l &?45lHarS85 . a in advance. FARM AND STUUK. ill rj ru-.-- fi.' getting reu'.ls f :. I l.i an ton i course , If it is not correct please notify us. you have finished readme your copy to a friend who is not a subscriber; M 'KM K I HI it of the BitECKENRlDOl NlWI hand do not throw it away or destroy it. Common clothes. IMII is 9US dfSSSsd in working Emerson CAN IT HK. THE SHOK WT8I The Compliiint Depiirltnent of the Breckinridge News, Clover-- p nt K . : (ietitlemen In your isue of January Wrd, over a letter of mine appaan tbh headline. 'From an Old Subscriber." and from the large size of the type it look- - like a "tear headline" lo me. Now if yon must qm thi- - stereotyped expression, why not use it Ii would look arelloreri letter from Linn Wilker- appropriately! who bus been in New VoiU so loflg tbftt be thinks 'Twenty .Minson, utes from Broadway mid you ure only Camping Out,'" or try it on Chns. B. Skillman, of Morytaofield, or Cbaa, I'. Babbata, of Louisville. Hither of the-- e gentlemen must be Ifty years old I hiive known them for two-thir- d that many years myself and am satisfied thai Leon ItcOavoek, of your city, has known them longer ask him. W 1j y . Mr. BabbafO, it is only quite recently that I cume "Out West to grow up with the Country" you need not stop my paper but allow me to subscribe myself. - - Respectfully yours, Try a New Way. something. MM W. 24th St., Los Angeles. CaL J no. V. Vest. It is claimed that there are more than ooo We have always heard. Jobs, that when people get along in If, L. Conkright sold his farm of 250 tOO ways to cook potatoes, from the years they become more or less sensitive of the fact, but really we acres, near Kingswood, to E. V. primitive (.ind still probably the best) baking with the Havics., county, for mat hod of boiling Of of Thompson, did not know yon iiad come to this stage in life. complex and sea18,750, His live stock and corn he solo tkirtl on to the mot When we lead your letter we were pleasanlly reminded that ever H:re are some of the He gives soned 2, 100. since The Breckeoridye News was founded, years past, it to Beard Brothers for 1918. United States Depojsesctea March 1, The place ways known to the had '.ecu going into the Vest home. Naturally we felt complimented has beeu reuted the present year to partment ot Agriculture. Hive you iid them all. or doou know about and a heading such - we used seemed appropriate; not, meaning to B.avin and Henry Henningtr. as many mort? . be personal. 000 Boiled, chips, lyonnaise, mashed, pan Mrs. James DeJ.rtiette, of tnU city, Bui alaa, human nature la very uncertain; when you think you browned, salad, in chowders, baked, are pleaaing folka it'a then you are all wrong. And even you have has a pet ewe four tars old that h..s sbocstrlaajSi hashed bsown, mashed ratssd siflM lambs in thtee years. She taken us In all Mriouaneaa. Of course we would not dare to think wants lo kuow who caD beat 11? fried, vtuffed, in fnh cakes, iu light- bread, plain fried, French fried, gautlre, "the shoe fits" for honestly we expect to hsve you on our list, nay 000 hash, biscuits, saute, Mr and Mrs. I!. S. Pate, of Harned, oaflUi riced, in ten years longer at least! i. Broth-r- s It. Hirrtii: MM to lust week a bunch of 3i Uurkshire hOtff, t s pretty a biii.ch h"s as was ever Out?. Hi Drill y sold to McOhce BfM. iliivt n into Harilinsburu. T hey weighed of Versailles, Kv., one Durov sow for over htOUO pounds and brought him "5 She weighed 0M pounds. 0 around ooo ooo B. F. James H. ."'iller sold Krnest Dejar-nett& Co. have made a very 16? acres of land on the Hardins- agreeable change in the arrangement burg and Owensboro road for $ J,5(H). of their store. Thev have moved the ooa grocery department from the back of Con anil Otis Mattingly, near Kirk, the store to the right hand front as you IMMd i'2 acres of tobacco that brought enter. The furniture stock takes the 00it They raised 2 000 bush- place of the grocery department. It them els of com; all their own work and the helps the looks of ihe whole store, ooo help of one hand Vic Robeitson was over at Webster ooo Ed Anthony, at Kirk, has 10,000 UUt week and picked up a patr of mules pounds of one sticker tobacco. The from Plat) Norton for lilt. This is finest crop he has raised in ten years. the bigbtSt price yet paul tor a pair of They were hand-tOBmules iu this county. He wants a bu j er. d well made mult-s- , ooo i anil worth the motley. Owtn l'arks E. ! Seaton & Son finished deliversold a pair lor 1000, and Ceo. Lvddan a It inir their croD of tobacco Monday. pair for 30O. WebMer farmers believe br. night them 11,000, Besides their toIn good stock, raise it and get the price, bushels of corn, bacco they raised ooo ooo Mules were in demand at Hardins Charlie Miller, who sold his farm re- burg Monday and many sales were cently to V. I.. Harrel for f7,"00, has madi at good prices. purchased W. S. Dejarnett's farm for ooo 7,000. Mr. Hejarnette gave as hi, Farmers are now buying collars, reason for selling his farm so cheap names, tracechains aud britching and was that Charlie had a wife and thir- getting ready to start plows whtn teen children, that he had a wife and spring opens, two children and he wanted to give him and his six boys a chance to do rrz CHjRKTMvs Banking wim ocents and in 50 weeks aassjajaS1 cub e HAVE ' THE OAK GROWS FROM THE ACORN-YO- U CAN START A VAST FORTUNE WITH THAT FIRST DOLLAR. IF YOU'LL OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT YOU'LL FIND WHAT AN INTEREST YOU'LL TAKE IN SEEING YOUR BALANCE GROW. YOU'LL FIND US WILLING AND GLAD TO SERVE YOU AT ALL TIMES AND ADVISE YOU ABOUT YOUR MONEY MATTERS. COME IN AND SEE US. COME TO OUR BANK high-heade- THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. $) Total Assets Over $ 1 ,000!()00.00 We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods SMITH AND FAUREST Annual forty-lhre- e Auction Sale 50-Dur- oc a- 11 Bred Sows-5- 0 war, The S. army. will move to Boody, III., this week. Mr. PatS has rented a farm near this VOLUNTEEB FARM WORKEKS AH MY. place He says he has heard so much A huge volunteer farm workers army is being planned in New-Yorabout good farming in Illinois that lie Stale. Realising the importance of food in helping to win the warns to try his hand over there. If the tanners in that late have been aroused to such a move. there is anything in the land Mr. I'ate farm workers army will be carried on as systematically as the U. will surely make good, as he is one of our best farmers. -- creamed, en queue, au gratin, soups, crust. in stews, in meat-pi- e USE MOVIES TO TEST EYES March 2, 1918 Elizabethtown, Kentucky. At Mayor R. B. If Pictures That Are Properly Focused Hurt, It la Always Well to Consult an Oculist, Tou enn use the movies to test your eyes. If your optical organs are cor-red and norimil you cuu go to the shadow theuters as much as you want without fear of harming the delicate mechanism of your eyes. picBut If you see tures where the focusing Is properly done, nnd find that your eyes hurt hunt an oculist ; don't blame the movies, suys Dr. O. A. Balm, writing on the annals of ophtliulinology. There Is no surer way to Inform yourself of optlcul defects. The normal eye accommodates Itself rendlly to the flitting films of high grude, while the subnormal eye makes Its complaint very apparent ufter a steady focusing upon pictures. "Persons with no defect of sight mechanism should be uble to enjoy at the very least four sittings of from f one and to two hours' duration each per week without discomfort," says Doctor Balm. "No permanent hnrtu has come or can come to eyes from motion d one-hald Thos. N. Fentress, of den Dean, sold ridge county ; and delivered his crop of tobacco to If just the farmers in Breckinridge would get together and enlist Beard Brothers. It brought him 965.7". V. II Hazelwood, sold every available farm worker to help them carry on an intensive and His his crop to the same parties for $900. systematic farming army during this summer- we believe we would Mr. Hazelwood sold SS bushels of early see far greater results than each farmer working alone. The help corn at per bushel and has 800 bushproblem is a handicap these days and the farm army might relieve els left. He sold i2 bushels of sweet potatoes at $1 5O per bushel, and also the situation. I bastic measures will have to be taken to produce enough food raised a big crop of caln. - Would not this je a good plan for Kentucky or even Hreckin- - 000 Parks' mule barns in town. This is the greatest offering of wn for our soldiers aud allies and right now is the time we should be thinking and planning the best way to get the most prolitable results before the garden time is on us. -t The wealthy capitalist of the Ka- went South this winter in or000 dinary Pullman cars with other folks. It is reported that last year Mr Harth is in Louisville this week there were thirty private cars on a siding as one of the society colo attending a meeting of county agents nies of Florida, and this year they are conspiciously absent. The rich trom all over the State who will discuss plans for better farming and farm work as wall a the poor art; making sacrifices in order to win tho war. in the County Agent J. W. Harth took orders from farmers in this county last week for 10,100 pounds of nitrate of soda to be furnished by the U. S Department of Agriculture. 000 State. . read of the 'J.17H American troops on board the 000 The women of the Baptist church o( which was sunk by a (iernian torpedo, and lul maybe more Hardinsburg served a splendid diuuer American soldier- - lost, it makes our biod boil and with, a tinner de- in the Farmers Bank Building Monday, termination than ever before, America will light now with all that is and rsaHasd 184. 41 on their work. The WIRELESS within her. dinner was all home cooked, served When we Tus-cania- bred sows ever made by these well-knobreeders. The choke of 12 litters, sired by and bred to the noted boars King of Kings Onion; Pals Fancy 4th; Fancy Taxpayer; Blue-gra- ss Col.; Cardinal; Troublemaker; Col. King Jr.; Advance Col.; Defender; Col. S.; Junior and Cherry Chief II. The best Duroc Sows and right at your door. For Catalogue Address FOR ALL TO HEAR Shelman, of Shelman & Co, near Union Star, was iu Monday. Mr. Shelman says Besides contributing doctors and lawyers, Breckinridge county the bad weather caught thtm wilji 900 will give another young man to the service of 1'iiele Sam when Paul shocks corn iu the field which they, had planned to shred but could not on ac Lewi-- , the of the Breckint idgo-Banof Cloverport, goes in count of weather conditions. Heiays the next call. We are giving our best. it is not damaged ami iu fine condition. Very few fanners iu his section got The word 'camoullage" might be something new under the sun, their feed housed. but ii- - meaning is nothing new ut all. Shakespeare is cited lo have Mr. Shelman tells his experlenc. with it more than once in "Macbeth." red clover. Says he sowed a field in barley in September and followed with The two ounce bread regulations will be a consolation lo the sweet clover iu February. Cut barley spring brides when they see their husbands never eating more than in June, three weeks later and cut sweet (lover fur hay and grazed stubbles the one biscuit. remainder of she season. Stock, he In a country town the afiertnalh of snow is mud, nothing but says, eat sweet clover iu preference to red. The next step he cut crop of hay mud. and turned stubble uuder and planted to Slarwthat are sons Life and sons that are stars to their moth 50 corn June 1st. Tbe corn yield was bushels per acre. Thic was hill ers. land. Any hill laud in Breckenridge county if rotated as above will produce This is "Father and Son" week. Mr. Shelman is the same results. 1 ea-hi- or k lon't complain at your grocery man when ho tells you he can't without a certain amount of substitutes. Me is selling according to the new food regulations. Hut if he should sell you touf K. without then it is your duty to make complaints. fanners I sell lli hi r bouutifully and at most reasonable-prices- . Inatrument No Larger Than Fountain Pen Enablea One to Pick Up Some of the best cooks in the Messages Nearby. laud had a hand in the making 000 B. B. STITH, g 000 u-- The "fountain pen" wireless receiver Is un established fact, for through the use of the uudion bulb Dr. Loo De Iciest has perfected u little Instrument, no lurger than some of the extra-size fountain pens lu use by men with heavy hands, through which It is possible lor a man to pick up wireless messages ut dlslances up to eight or ten miles, says the Illustrated World. The Instrument deponds entirely Upon the ninlion bulb for lis ellieiene.v. The nudlou bulb, us most of those Interested In wiroless knows, made mesfeasible the recent sages sent out from Washington, and Its use for eon by wire also ihi. made feuslble the now common e .1 truns-rnatlnsat- L. A. FAURES' ELIZABETHTOWN, KY. ARE YOU GOING TO SAVE? If you didn't start a bank ICCOUBI last year, start one now RIGHT livery New Year birnns you Ate 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. telephoning between New York uud Sun Francisco. The i nine principle of the uudlou bulb Is to amplify sound waves, uud by making a bulb small enough to be placed In the eud of the fountain pen tube Doctor De i'orest hus llterully made It possible fur auy "man In the street" to pick up whatever wireless communication may be going on In Us neighborhood. FIRST STATE BANK W. J. PIGGOTT, President J. II. HERNDON, : Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Ciuhier J. D. LVDDAN, Ass't. Cashier Better let us print that stationery for you now; price rigb At the monthly mestinir of the WoAnnouncement. man's Missionary Society of ths Metho- THIS KENTUCKY Appellate Judge dist church 'held Monday, Vrs Conrad vi;i)Ni;si).Y, vh n, iois We are authorized to announc the Slppel was eli rted M president of the name of J W. Ileiisori a n candidate WOMAN COMES Knu r. at the Pent OfSMROIfSftStfcl K J society to succeed Mrs. Shtlby Conrad lor the . moeretic nomination for Ap as second olsstnattvr who resigned. peltate J udge from (he Second District, Mr. (i. O. 13 ii ley , a merchant and S in the pr'in iry, A igust. FOR T OUT HIS "APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN prosperous farmer of Irvinutun, was in BY THE ADVERTISIW Cloverport Thursday on I business We ,re authorized to annoirice J idge aa trip. Mr. ItaiUv complimented the TTrmw, V. Settle us a cindidate for .JIM m. JIT It ti Improves Health So Editor of the Hreikenridge N ns by Tanlac all an for J.tdge of the Court of paying him a visit Well As Appeals from the S.eond Metftst, subThat She Feels As ianfru orFices NEW YORK AND CHICAGO ject to the August, Mil, primary. Mr. and Mrs John Felix Jirboc and Ever Now. RANCHES IN ALL THF PRINCIPAL CfTltl Mr. John C Jarboe left Tuesday for .4 4T :. . r : - .. - : .. St. Petersburg, Fia.. to spend some Miss Ruth Mines, M6 Chestnut street, ANNOUNCFMENTS time with Mrs. John 0 J.irbue ami 'tr (ATEb FOR POMTICAI daughter, Miss Irene J.ulr.e, v. iio .1 r Louisville, a elerk at VwHMffsVl used to yei up mirin::i!'. 'ic'iiig all tired MM, losnding the wnter there. ft t Por Precinct and city Offices She didn't have any tStpi lite for break- 1 Mrs tic; h Wood and her two d iug l- fast. 6.00 Foi County Offices ADVERTISEMENTS For State and District Offices... $ W.M iters. Miss Rubie Wood and Mia Iti tsy "Hut since I've been takinu Taulae," 10 Ward who have been spending tnc RATE Ic Per Word Each Insertion For Calls, per line Mi I Hmis said, "my ap)etite has 1 month of January In Hopk nsvillc with For Cards, per line. MM hack fine and I Ml a lot MM Ml Mi 'I Mrs. Wood's mother, Mrs. II NoTO Advertisers uleusi notify the editor For All Publications in the interused to. when you want advertisement illsrontinucd Kitchsn and Mr. Kitchen arc expected est of individuals or expression was in had shape before "My .10 home the laterpart of this week. I took Taiilae of Individual views per line I was bothered with HELP WANTED r Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright nervousness and I had sick headaches WANTED Man will, team to crop on gone to Los Angeles, Cal , often. Sometimes, I got upn mornings have shares, mostly toiiarri,; irood trcirfid. II. I.. Train Schedule on where they will spend a month ths with a headache that would last all day. Uruner. nlon (Mar. Ky guests of Mr. Bowmer's brother, Mr I was restless at night and never got mv H. & St. L. R'y. Victor Bowmer and Mrs. Howmer. rest like I FOR SALE The should and of course, I felt Miss s Attai and Miss Lucy V. Howmer tired out when I got up K SALK Three iro d work h rses. oM Kood mare heavy with foal, one Rood vouil are visiting their aunt, Mrs. (leorge fcgetja g Effective February 10, 1918. Tanlac helped my stallion 4 yeiirs old. Miinlinstmrir l.lvery W. Millsr and Mr. Miller during tht 'nerves ntul EAST BOI'Nn started an leep better. MM llarilliishurir. Ky 9 W A. M. No. 14! will leave Clovirport absence of their parents. Poll PALI Hailed hleantal Meet Clover Then my appetite got better and I ;' J Arrlvlnjr Irvine-toprices. Seed. Write for Information P. . If Arrlvlnir lulsvlllc Mrs. Frank Hviry and her daughter, began to tat more The second bottle Shelman A Co 1'iilon Mar, Ky.and Jig No. 144 will leave Cloverport Mis,s Jane Fairleigh Uury who have fixed me up fine and didn't have to KOU BALK Threa coed horses. Ulttl brJJ ' Arrlvlrc frlniton B' Arriving l A. l been visiting Mrs llury's parents, Mr. take anymore. The sick headaches I Gibson, Clo erport, Ky No. MflwIlMeaveCloveruort A. Arrlvlnir Irvlnirton .: A. JJ and Mrs. I. W. Kairleigh, Louisville used to have are all gone now and II foB lALK-iralM'e comb Whlf Le Arrlvlnir f oiilsvlllc M No. UMeaves Henderson !i2 E" fl" leave Thursday for their home in think I feel as well as I ever did in my horns. Ooldeo Rod Btalni i doz. 11 T. I Itrv ' ... ,, .ssttsfuetlon iruarante'd. John Owensboro Arrlfts Shops ":20 P. M. Detroit. They will be accompanied as '1,e' ant. Mcl.nindy. Ky. Arrives If you are not feeling right get Tanl.,c far as Cincinnati by Miss Addie l WEST BOUND 10 57 A. M. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS No. 141 will leave Cloverport Ditto who will remain there a few day. today You can get it at Wedding's M. Arriving Owensboro 1. the guest of her niece, Mrs. V'. G. Drug Store Cloverport. Henderson IJ:! Arrlvlnir WANTI'I' line far load of Corn and one F. M. Arrlvlnir Evansvllle ear load of hnv. -- I'ardl, slmrir LIT! ry H im. Polk and Mr. Polk. .40 Arrlvlnir St. Louis llarilliishurir. Ky. Ml I- JJNo. 143 will leave Cloverport J. R. Johnson Dies at Lyndon. . j WANTED Von to make extra money hy Arrlvlnir nawesvllle I I 6 Brackejnridst News. 1 I Our Grocery Department hist IMtmbling evert thiner tor inealess and uheatless mjri in nriler to help win is ' - the war. For Meatless Days Chicken. I flakes, Fig, IP 11 1 Cheese, Salmon. Tuna Fkh. Fish Drfaj Means. Potatoes. I'nim Apricotl, Kraut, and a trtll ariet ot Can ned Goods. Sardines, For Wheatless Days Corn Mtal, (irits, Hominy. Buckwheat Flour Oatmeal, Rice and Corn Flakes. m Uow-me- Conserve The Sugar Sorghum, .1 Glasses in your cooking. l se Vejretole and Crisco. Use more Syrups, L, New Orleans 1 Conserve The Fats 0:-- A- . ' J- I . o :' J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. . 1 . - : No. Arriving Dm nsboro will leave Cloverport ArrlvlngOwenshoro Arrlvlnir Henderson Arrlvlnir Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Shops Arriving Owenshoro Arriving IlendersoD 145 - I 11 'g A. f' H M. RED CROSS SOCIETY. IsSi' I !fiffl' A. ":,V- - I!' , Lmiisvillp. Ky. Fab. 11. (Sprc-ial- ) rentun; that spare r,Hirn or your viteant house i,v runnlnvr a Want Ad. Inl'HK HKK CKKNiniiiiK NEWS. 7:00 A. M. - A- H' jiniiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii""""""" ' i"i'lllill""l""n"" veins under Clevel- Dr. Walker. Administration in the MUM HmiiiimimiHiiiioiMtiiiMimiimHiiiimmmimiiisiiiiimMiiin""" S town. Johnson is survived by his Of a Personal and Business Mystic, Ky., I'eb. H, 1(118. Mr. J 1). wife. Mrs. Mary M Uill Johnson: 1 for Our Busy Nature Gathered ATTORNEY Iiabage, Cloverport, Ky., Dear Mr. four daughter, Mrs. Mtrgnrat Readers. 1 I am enclosing ijO.00 for you to tny Kales for Collecting Notes anil Krinvine. Mtss Minnie Johnson, Ctt give to the Red Ctoss Society for me and Mortgagee by Suit in the Circnit Court. The Ladies Reading Club meets with my little granddaughter, Mary Joe llur '.Miss Catherine Johnson mm Miss Cloverport, Kentucky and two sons, Mrs. H. V. Duncan. ton. I want to be a member and help Ada Johnson, Hardin was the week the soldier boys, I did not know of Qeorae Johnson, and Charles Miss Forrie nityotic else to send this to lint yon I The f nol'll will lie held at '.I n'end guest of Miss Jane Warlleld ou have fiuished reading; When banking el ck Wednesday morning in t ho Paul Lewis was in Mooleyville last knew yon would help tne out of lbs BrecktarMge News, t you in advance for j our doable, ipe week the guest of Miss Ruth O'Bryan. Yours truly, Mrs M.iry C. DtailcJmiip, Holy Trinity church at Sti Mat ataaM haed it ou to SOaM one. else. . Mrs. Harry Hatnman was in Louisthews, Ivy. The burial will be in ooo ville tit the week and visiting Mrs Oive it Away, Send it Away but aajaua, ivy., na 9, iyio. mr. jonii tho St. Louis cemetery. Crosson. I ) LOCAL ITEMS. .John Rotor' Johuon'i yeuis tild. died at his residonco, Lyndotf, Kv. He whs fomtrlyi DENTIST meii'liant for thirty live years itt Located permanently iu Hardlatbtrej, HswdiMbarjf, Ky., and poatniM' occupying fiVe reetntly vacated by Dr. J. C. 0 VERBY Columbus Owensboro Farm Wagons ! fer for and".- E Wants to Help Soldier Boys. :::::: V. G. BABBAGE llab-bag- I : -- J - 1 i For a short time we oiler y. u the OWENSBORO and COLUMBUS Fai m Wagons at the following extremely close prices: Owensboro Wagon. 2,' in. Cast Skein, Ux'.Ut'i in. Tire: Running (Jenr only $ 7; (, Running Gear with Gear Brake (noracnet) Bl on ;w 88 Running Gear with Bed 'no Seat or Biako) Running Gear and Bed with Gear Brake fno Seat) im U Running Gear and Bed with J.azy Hack St at (no Brake) !7 63 Runninji Gear and Bed with Seat and (Jenr Brake Lt)6 on Columbus Wagon. No. :l, Medium, l',x: in. Tire: 7:i 86 Running Gear only Running Gear with Gear Brake (no Raichet) 79 80 Running Gear nnd Bed with Geni Brake (no Sent) 109 SI Running Gear and Bed with Lazy Back Seat (no Brake) '.''.i 9 Running Gear and lied with Seat and (Jcar Brake 106 "o The Above Prices are Subject to Change Without Notice. Miss Anna Horsley, of Louisville, is visiting her brother, at Sample, for a few days. Miss Claudia Pate will be hostess to the Friday Club this week on Friday afternoon. Mrs. H J. Rice, Hawesville was the house guest of Mrs. Harry Hamman a few days last week. It is important that every member of the Junior Epworth League be present Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Chas. Hamby left Thursday for Providence, Ky , where she will visit her mother, Mrs M. E Cranor. ' "Miss May Brown and Miss Celestine Brown were in Hawesville Sunday and Monday the guests of the Misses Walt.. James Waggoner. Louisville was here Saturday the guest of his parents. Judge L. L Waggoner and Mrs. Wag I). Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Deal Mr. Babbage; Dear old Santa Clans bfonght Birthday Party. me a dollar for Xmas because he could not find what I wanted, so I am tending it to you to give to the Rerl Cross for me Mrs. Vlolg JacksOH entPI'laillt'il I want to be a Red Cross tnemher aadL DOBlber of her f 11. 'lids Tuesday help dear soldier hoys. I want you to ovenincr FpIi. 12, at the home of see that I get my button. We are all Mr. and Mrs. Win, Rnflous in Hoover Soldiers here. Yours truly, the West End. The occasion beMary Joe Burton. Don't Throw it A wa ! We also have the --U in. nnd '' in. Owensboro Wagons, ai d the Eight Columbus Wagons in stock. Save money bv ordering before the next advance, Superstition Concerning Moon. That tho BMOB can nuike people nind Is still it prevalent belief, lltitl even most of those who prldo themselves on being free from all superstition would hesitate to lie where the moon can shine- upon them while they sleep. For would they not run tin1 risk of being "moon struck?" Does not Olhello In the SSJMf of his soul exclaim : 'Tla the very error of the moon, Bhe comes more near the earth than she was wont. And mukes men mad. Science ridicules nil of this today, pointing out that Iho moon enn send us nothing but her light, which Is only n feeble reflection of that of the sun, nnd the attraction of her gravity, which seems to affect the rise and full of the - FORDSVILLt JAKE WILSON. PLANING Ini'oritorutrd . MILL gg COMPANY FORDSVILLE. KY. Manager RHRKfn&tBt&ti genuine pleasure that the birthday.. Cloverport Red Cross Society adds to its membership two such patriots as Mrs Married in Bowling Green. Bcauchauip and her granddaughter, Miss Mary Joe Ilurton. And more than that Miss Ksde Maihewson and Mr. the money will bring twice the happiness to some soldier boy, because it was given II. C. Sims were made husband from the abundance of the heart. and wife yeterdav. The bride The Cloverport Red Cross will he glad conies from Breckinridge county to have the names of any other persons tad the groom is a local Univerin the county who haven't a society 111 (ireen tides. sity student. Bowling their town is with It 000 ing to celehiate Mrs. Jackson's IMPORTANT NOTICE! Change in Schedule L., H. & STV L. Ry. Effective Sunday, February 10. 1918 Train I4'!, Kvaosville Accommodation, will leave Clovt rpiirl at 11:40 U:.V7 Train l.."i, St. Louis Kxprtss, will leave Clovernort at ":(J0 Train 147, Accommodation, leaves Shops at JjaSrlt will be cottd that trail II 4 and 45 leave e.iiliet than before. p m. p. goner, Cloverport people who were in last week: Mrs. Frank Fraize, Miss Ray Lewis Heyser and Byron Whitehead. Mrs. David B. Phelps and her daughter, Miss Katharine Phelps are iD Louisville the guests of Mrs Harry Williams, Futher subscriptions for the Y. W. C. A- campaign have been received this week from Mrs. J. H. Rowland and Harry Hamman. Mrs. Hugh Gabbert returned to ber home in Washington, D. C, Tuesday morning, after au exter.ded visit with her parents, Rev. A. N. Couch' and Hard-Insburg News. , Notice. Anv one desiring information relative to the rules and regulations of the U Feb. !. IMS, Mr. J. I). Bab S. Food Admiuistiatioii will please ail bage, Cloverport, Ky., Mr. Bab vise me and 1 will furnish same. bage:- - Please forward niv paper k KnCOMPTON, Food Administrator of Hreeketn idge to Axtel, Ky. can'l iillord to Couuty. miss a copy. Success to the News. Jno. K. Crilchloe. Yours truly. Can't Afford to Miss a Copy. Frenchman Invented Microphone. The Inventor of the fundamental principle of the microphone on the modern telephone Is said to have been ni. p. m. His Mother Wants Our Paper. Wanted Officers to Learn Dancing. That the great Lord Nelson urged his midshipmen to learn dancing has been discovered through the publication of a letter written by the hero of Trafalgar to the curl of Cork. Captain Nelson ns ho then was wrote: "It It necessary that your son should be made complete In his navigation, nnd if the peace continues, French is absolutely necessary. Dancing Is an accomplishment that probubly a sea of ficer rnuv reoulre. You will see ultiu.st the necessity of It, when employed In foreign countries ; indeed, tne lienor or tho nation Is so ofte entrusted to sea officers that there la no accomplishment which will not shine with peculiar luster In them." rL. Russell vi Ho, Feb. 11, WIS. Mr. Jno. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. wrote, you Dear Mr. BStbbage: tttfnie time ajro to send ine the Mrs. Couch. Bracken ridge News instead of Mrs. Harry Newsom and her sister, eadiajl il home !ut I want lo ash Mrs. Hugh Donaldson will go to Louisyou to change It again plaasst sif ville Thursday and from there Mrs Donoldton will return, to her home In and that t to send it to my mothBowllng Green. er, Mrs. L. B. Moremeii. Laurel. Flu I get the home paper and nty mother wants the News so wish you would make the change. The last three or four days down here makes me think spring hits Insurance Office come the birds are out siaginji and it M warm and I hope ou all are Cloverport, Kentucky having the same kind of weather, because it makes new blood and puts a different feeling in us that Fire, Lightning; Torwe haven't had for some time nado and Windstorm, Wishing you and the paper success, I remain. Yours truly, Life, Accident, Health L. It. Motetnen, Jr. 1 the Abbe llouselot, n French phonetician, horn nt Saint Cloud (Chuivnte) in 1840. He became n vicar and eur- ute at Cognac and Jarre.ac, then assistant professor of French philology at the Catholic Institute of Furls, mid two years later he opened the first course of experimental phonetics ever established. In 1S117 he was appointed director of the laboratory of experimental phonetics at the College de France, the phut for which originated with him. lie Is the Inventor of phonetic Instruments, the muker of several discoveries tending to cure deafness and stuttering and Hie author of a number of works on his specialty. Possible to Be Too Abrupt Is said that W. S. Gilbert, tho English dramatist, when he called on his friends, always made u quick exit. Ills alert temperament wits evidently He knew how opposed to dawdling. tedious lingering furewells could be. Now and then one meets som one of his kind, alert, definite, considerate of others and of himself its well. But, of course, In this regard It Is possible to overdo. There are tboso who leave so quickly thut they i rente a sense of abruptness and possibly of concern as well. Their departure may be followed by such remarks us "Why did he leave In that wuyl" or "Could she have been hurt about anything?" E. M. WOMACK, G. P. A. J Something That Appeals To human sentiment Jewell '. For every ae and for everv occasion such as; rl Ufa is ' hl .v. c i?V-nii'ii- ts. tion. aiul am ji'relabe remembered with Your friends desire to life-Ion- WtddinfS, graduation ;. It fifts that are You will hud such fifts at your I Inmic javctvr K v. C. TAUL T. C. LEWIS Your I Inme Jeweler lardinsburgi FOR SALE houses, lots and lands. Good buggy and harness cheap. All MRS. CORNELIA W. FRAIZE A Field of Beoauso He Sowed "thi sunn onowina kino" Satisfaction Insurance. Mr Officials if ou build good loads yon will please your constituents act now. You are responsible for the condition of the roads because you dou't pay suffi- Old Reliable Companies Help the boys in the trenches by building roads so that the products of the farm can be hauled to market to feed them. Eiitvtrii if F. Friiii Estate Ttwy product lietlur crops. Your first bo Wilis' will oonvtucu you. Ak your Uuslvr. LOUiaviLLC SSID CO., IfiuerMreted cient road taxes to build good roads. lulv.l.lhI.Ml LOUISWILLS, KV. w KENTUCKY ; NEWS was Rising Lexington. Thomas 'ound guilty of th" murder of William ' Si liooler on tlie night of Her. nib. r and sentenced to life Imprisonment Behooves Farmer to Test Lexington. It wan announced here Quality of Product Before Shipthat on and after M.irch 15, through I in circuit court here. ping Practical Candler It reduction In freight rute. coal In LexNewport. Mrs. Wesley I toga rt whn Easily Made. ington will be IS cents the ton families was among the BMIrOOBad cheaper. rmtght In their homes by high water IN v year the state lnw govern Lexlnrton. U; Vr F. Thompson, n and rescued, gave birth to a girl baby lug UM marketing of food products are made more stringent. It Is be- leputy state Tire marshal, has been is she was being taken from a, skiff. of Inspector coming mofa tad mate for the :is miii .13 teraiu to marktt, unknowingly or otte Herron, at the GovernKdmonton. "Pink" leather equipment eggs of a iloublful quality. years old, an Indient character who ment' It k Island Arsenal. i ame to this county from Tennessee. It behooves the fanner to Sprlt,.:fl.ld - County Judas W. A. died from starvation. This is the Mist make sure of the quality of bis 101 Wall - has named as the in embers ol death in this county from actual baton marketing them, writes f. w. CrURlb In Wisconsin Agriculturist. the Hoard ot Tax Supervisors for , Tha following daacrtptioa is of n Was liln mon rounty Messrs. O. I 1'. 1). Tratlier a, id James Ishaiu. Richard Gibson and practical egg caadter, or tester, which Crathlaaa. Miss Lou e Morton were seriously In- - may be easily made at home anil which Lancaster. Mrs. Hello Crutchfleld. irad white eoaattag, Yoani uibson will show up any d. foots in M egg. 68 years old, and I Taylor, 69 years was hurt about the head and probably Aaldf Iron the light used, which may old, of Nbholasvllle, were quietly will lose the sight of one eye. Mis he either oil or electricity, the goat her" This was Mrs. Taylor'.' Hol t oil's leg was injured. eolii lete Bart not exceed 30 cents. fifth matrimonial venture and the ProCUff an onlinnry cheese box and r fourth for her luis;,nd. Howling Green. No alien enemies reinforce the bottom with Inch boards nailed on the outside were re'iistei 'd in r.owiing urren im- special Covington. federal ler Um federal iieg Lit rat ion Act, The grand jury returned sixty Indictments Cliief of PollCS Potter opened the rog- against coal operators, a majority )f istr,!"n booth, in enmplianco with the whim reside in Kastern Kentucky. law, but none made appearance. They are accused of charting prices for coal In HMM of those fixed by The retention ordinance, Paducah. Fuel Administrator Garfield. governing peraoaoal and numbers of tie' various city department employ 's Pari". James 0. Metcalfe, master ho w 111 serve under civil service, was of trains on the Kentucky division oi adopted by the city commissioner. the Louisville & Nashville railroad, The office of assistant city tollcituT with bvadttwrttfl In I'arls, has been Was abolished, effective March 1. appointed by the 1'nited States Government as master of trains in Franco, Two miners were Middlesboro. with ihe rank of first lieutenant. painfully injured here by an explosion The Injured men are Hilof carbide. Holpenvilln. A Jury, after three lary Haaabret and Harmon Myrick. hour.-- ' di liberation, acquitted Richard They were taken to a local hospital Battel ad natiacaO Joseph Baltey to for treatment. Physicians express eight years in the penitentiary for kill- the opinion tbat the men will be :j Hi Ml Carter, of Huffalo. August 22 blinded. ing I The killing grew out of a will last route t in which Dee Carter was witHomemade Egg Tester. Henderson. Acute indigestion ness. l roved fatal to Circuit Judge Sam V ' These limy be left square or sawed , , Dixon at his home ou Washington Montgomery street. He had eaten a light breakmuwhi to cwum niui imm ooa. iim Mt. ' Sterling The Is necessary to make the bottom solid county grand jury has indicted Porter fast und had put on his overcoat to c. sTe balks. Deaaty United states go to tha courthouse when stricken. i cough to hold the 20d. spike which is driven up through bottom one Mar: ball on a charge of wlOtal mur- II aspired before physicians could inch from t lie side of the box. On the the der. Itlbonkl is charged with killing reach him. point of the spike fasten the reflector, Henry M. Uingo In this city In Decemwhich It of the ordinary kind used on ber last, and has been contined in the Ce.irLi own. The Scott county com oil bracket lumps. IMrectly opposite Lexington jail. ics-!- , ners mat aare, wun i ouniy the center of the reflector and at the Judge J. Robert Lancaatar presiding, .a. ne height, cut a smooth round holj A German sympathizer is to Ashland. discuss the road patrol system. one und f inches In diaineter. believed to have started a blaze in the Farmers in every neighborhood in the a leach bastes of the Ashland Leather county will be organized for the serv-te- Aroundof this on the outside tack piece thick leather cut to fit the Company. wM h did damage to the The report of Road Engineer hole. This wears smooth very shortly plant estimated at $50,000. At the Kankin P. l)u Valle was given. and eh ati lu till the light when an egg time of the fire Ashland was without ls applied to the hole. Tf hu oil lump water, due to the lie breaking the In-- : Maysvllle The wholesale dog ll used, a hole about three Inches in pipe to the pumping station. goner ls getting in his work in this dhunetef must be cut in the top of county. At Dover about 40 dogs were box, and over this an inverted (.narging tnat ueorge l.. 'noNoned It ls thought the state-- ide the Liouisruie. hole brok- , ... . - fllVt'r 1" wlth . ...er..t.-,r... . M,tm, form. of the 10 e a ui i a sinnsem nug-iacampaign cn out of the bottom should be put ciation. has converted to his own use Iaw t0 prot00t the sheep industry may to si i ve as a sort of chimney. If two oi its assets anu nas have inspired the dog poisoner to abou' t." holes are desired so that n large numleft the state. Margaret O'Brien filed his bund in and around Dover. ber of eggs may be handled with more in circuit court here asking that a refacility, it Is a simple matter to cut ceiver he appointed to take charge of Louisville. Joseph J. Kimmel, another hole. the affairs of the German Saving cashier of the Kentucky Tit'.e Funds Association. Savings Ilank and Trust Company, committed suicide in the basement of. WINTER GARDEN IN CELLARS Winchester. While moving a bed ihe bank building by sending a bullet pike Mrs. through his left temple. Hank official Many Vegetables Can Be Grown That at her boat on the Jesse Paridoe knocked a double-barre- l Will Furnish Fresh Supplies for issued a statement that Kimmel's shotgun over, discharging the Family Table. were short, but were not pre weapon, the load of which went pared to give any figures. through a partition and shot her two During the winter several garden children. James Allen, seven, and MarParis County Superintendent Cay- vegetables can be successfully grown tha Morrictt, five. The full charge en- Wood has been informed by State In the cellar that will furnish fresh tered the limbs and feet of the chilteadeat V. O. Gilbert that he can supplies for the winter tuble when dren, painfully injuring them, but not not pay a teacher for lost time on ac- such things would otherwise bo a luxseriously. count of InclemeBt weather or other ury. Rhubarb and asparagus roots can similar causes without violating the While crossing the Ohio law, as the law plainly states that a be forced into grow th, If vigorous roots Ashland. river on the ice here the ice gave way teacher Shall be paid by the month for; are taken up before freezing, thon aland Mr. and Mrs. Hen Wels. of Ash' twenty days p. r month actually tatsght. low thein to freeze and remain in that condition two weeks, land, and E. L. Plant, a salesman Put them in boxes of earth In a cool W. F. De Long has lost from Columbus, O. were plunged Into Danville. the water. Some men just ahead of BOgl by death the past few cellar, and they almost Immediately them pulled them out after throwing weeks. The swine died as the result hagta to furnish n supply of beautifully blauehed stalks. A temperature of them overcoats to be used as ropes. of attacks of pneumonia which was by the recent severe weath-tr- . about BO degrees ls dcsiruble. They srere sixty teat from shore when the ice broke. Rhubarb will do well at even a lowOther farmers have lost heavily also. A good many farmers suffered er heat, and liarkness Is desirable. Bardstowa. Growing out of the loesjai during the very severe weather If your cellar windows face the .Nashs ille wreck at Slo t, when the hogs piled upon one another, east and sunt It they will be good places Louisville herdsvilie December t$, when forty-nin- trying to keep warm. In this way to grow lettuce that has been previous parsons were killed, three suits some wait smothered to death. ly started outside. Roots of parsley aggregating $l0,ou0 were tiled in Cirtakea from the garden will thrive anil cuit Court bare against the railroad Dixon. The bodv of Mrs. Joey furnish garnish for the whole winter's by Jasper W. Mull Administrator, Cor I Sparks, 24 years old, a pretty youiM dishes. Chives will thrive and so will the deal lis of Nat W. Muir, banker; widow, has been found buried beneath spearmint plants. It ls well worth his wile, ate) Shadburn Muir, and Lfca flooring of an old livery barn on trying this fall. son, Qeorge other administrators tho outskirts of Clay, Ky. Mrs. Spark I and executors are qualiiying in court had been choked and shot to death, iu SUGGESTIONS ON BEST FEED here. the opinion of physicians who exam ined the body. Mrs. Sparks had been Paris Two girls, four and six years missing from the home of her parents, Mighty Expensive Form of Lazipess to Throw Corn on Ground Open old, daughters of farmers, were burn Air. and Mrs. Will Vance, Shed Is Favored. ed to death at almost the same hour residents of Clay, for two weeks. In this county. Nettie, daughter of Tt a lot of work to dump tho John Willoughby, living on the WinBBjriagftald. Albert Mattingly, liv chester pike, was so badly burned ing; near Spritlglield, has filed suit In coin for cattle ou the ground und let il out lllu dlrt for tllelr when her clothing caught lire from Circuit Court against A. W Bdd1al an opeu grate that she died in a few man, chief of police; Lee Hoone, dep- convenience, nut II is u Inlglity exhours. Goldie, daughter of John Klain. uty chief, and Kddlemen's sureties. pensive forjn of laziness. An open shed v Ith a residing nJOf .North Middlutou n, was Tha petition charges that Homo and standing in front of an open stove I'.iiuiciiian lieu anil nruiseii und as dlrttloor provided with troughs should wlfon her dress ignited. Kvcry stitch Mtlted plaintiff. He asks damages in ulw,uy8 be a lmrt of l'vi'r' "tuck-food- . o , 114I1. of clothing was burned from the little tne sum or ...oo. Tlie ilitlieulty As the hurd work eases up on the girl's body and she died wlthiu an said to have occurred while the hour. were making an arrest last falL horses, cut down their feed accordingly. Lexington. John Clark, who is Stanford. Joseph L. IMlkenton, of at tlie 1.. Ai X. railroad yards, ISrodhead, has been presented with a KEEP OUT INJURIOUS WEEDS fell and struck his head on a rail. He bronze medal and Jl.onn by tlie Carnewar tukon to St. Joseph's hospital, gie Hero Fund. Mr. I'llktntoii, who is Give Milk Undesirable Flavor and Should Not Be Permitted to ahara it uj found that his injuries a teacher and ls 48 years old, savNl v.. Grow In the Pastures. i.uiis, it being thought that a Vivian B. Albrlgts, aged 5, from being UiKht nurture of the skull might have killed by a train at Brodhead, Ky., April Hi, lUlti. During rainy weusons the weedi resulted often grow very rank In our pastures. Iieputy tf, 8. Marshal K. Plkevllle. London. Menlhers of the congre- Tho use of the mower ouce in a while M. Vo tag M4 In put) Sheriff Herman gation of the .Methodist Bptacopal will be a great help in keeping down ICOVlIM iffaatad John Thomas and i'hurch, South, here at a mass meetthe weeds, and giving the grass a John Hoaitoa, ot Laurel county, upon ing to arouse the citizen soldiery, chance to grow. Weeds give the milk warrants rnui-gntiu'tu with faiUug .igpeed to use no more sugar in thulr undeslruble flavor, und should not be to rttictAi oflaa until the end of the war. miiii.io sarrMML allowed to grow In tne pusturea. . i .1 i i Items of Interest From t All Sections of the State f Harvey Allen, Georgetown. sne of the most MM M f n young f.irai-r- s In Scott county, anu eleeied pti"l-leti- t of the Kentucky Corn Grower' Association. MAKE Laws SURE OF EGGS of Governing Marketing Food Products Demand It, Directory of Cattle and Hog Brteders of Breckinridge County Glen Dein, Glen Dean. Ky. Poland Polled Durham Cattle. Horn China Hogs. Short Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs K Planters . Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm y. I. . L THE DOBinTSO. K. HOVURD FARld MetUliir I. M. H0WR0 1 SON. Prop. Shorthorn cattle Duroc Hogs m Have won IOC0 l'asl Ribbons at State pairs l ive Years Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Dealer in and Hreeder of Valley Home Stock Farm W. Thos. O'Donoghue Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. land China Hogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Po- star-ratlof- i OWES . SOUS, Prgprlilm Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealer In Hay-don- Hardinsburg. Ky,. Route 1 Ky. - Poland China Hogs a Specialty Po ted Durham Cattle Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg. Ky., Route Tobacco IMM H three-qunr-tc- ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Proprietor Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irvinxton, Ky. KOIITOI. G. P. MAVSfcV, O.n.r 1 BREKDER OP " Live Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs, Hardinsburg,; Ky , Farmer and Buyer of Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder (of Hereford and Jersey Cattle Route 2, Stock and Tobacco Webster. Ky. DRURY'S STOCK FARM C. H, DRURY. Proprietor Farmer and Breeder ol Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows. Boars and Gilts For Sale Irvington, Ky., R. F. 0. No. 1 Park Place G. N. Mrs. H. J. Hamman .Cloverport, Ky. Breeder of Parks' Strain Bred- Lyddan l Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. Barred Plymouth Rocks Egg For Hitching Day Old Chicks . AS THEY SHOP IN GUATEMALA Viriting, Is Principal Feature of Buying Expeditions, Business a Later Consideration. "Our own wny ls nlways the best wny," said n philosopher who untlor-stood Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridge News $1.00 1.50 $2.50 One Year j one-hal- a. pol-tak- e tWO-lne- h . x lton - hiiiiinii DatWTa, und why everybody else does not go our wny Is a cnuse of eonstnnt surprise. For Instance, In shopping. How would you like to shop In QaatWBalal They are n very polite people, and on coming Into the store, will pass some remark about the weather, and asl; how business Is. Then comes a string of questions ubout the health of the proprietor and all his relations and friends; uud when all the questions are asked, the proprietor turns around and asks the same questions of you. Then the proprietor gets down to business, and tukes down all his stock, which Is all exiiinlned and priced, arid then you say you will go home and think about It. The next day, you return with the whole family men, women, children und visitors all the salutations are repented, and ull the stock dlspluyed again. After two or three hours of this sort of thing, you buy perhaps u yard of muslin, and have it charged on 80 or CO days' time. This so delights Um proprietor, that he follows you to the door, and asks all the questions of your health all over again. It Is needless to suy that Guit'tenialan merchants were never known to get rich. Both 1 Year for $2.25 $5.00 1.50 Evansville Daily Courier The Breckenridge News $6.50 Both One Year for $5.75 Louisville Daily Herald & The Breckenridge News $3.00 1.50 $4.50 Both One Year for $3.75 Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm Tlie Breckenridge News $3.00 .50 1.50 $5.00 - STOPPED HIS PAPER I fifty-thre- All For Only $4.00 This Offer Positively Expires Feb. 28, Send Your Subscriptions to 1918 i e The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. m Soup Eating Lost Art. Owing to the high cost of Ingredients soup eutlug may become u lost art. America today holds the medal for spectacular uud musical soup eating. There is no nation so accomplished in the art of eating soup uudl-bl- y us ours. No race of people extant can eat soup and keep up u steady conversation (without slopping it on its shirt bosom) us successfully as the A foreign writer once reAmerican. marked that he dearly loved to hear an American eat soup. Some nations drink their broth and bouillon In silence or sop It up noiselessly with bread, thus robbing the process of all Its Interest. But America blows its broth cool, then musically sucks It from the spoon, allowing It to hit the base of the empty stomach with the chng of a pile driver. The way aome of us strain soup through our ls decidedly artistic. But, Ilka many of the lost arts of our aborigines, the doom of soup eating ls In sight. Cartoons Magazine. mus-tach- well-to-d- taat Henry Trent 11. w Trent 1P.;L, Oavle ' well-draine- d This ornery Cuss got mad and Stopped His l'uper when the Edltor seiit htm u Hill for Six Years' arrears, Hereafter he will borrow his Neighbors' paper, fie thinks the Editor will feel Bud aufl commit Suicide, whereas the editor will give Three Housing Cheers. Salmon's Many Foee. From the time the mother salmon. In answer to the primal urge, leaves the ocean, until 'the young return, the salmon faces and la preyed upon by more varied enemies than perhaps any other denizen of the deep. Man, bears, birds, eat the mature fish, us do also the hair seal and the sea lion. The eggs ure a rich and eugerly sought food by trout und dueks uud other fresh water fish and birds. The young Hah, too, are preyed upou by iiuiiiy species of the larger fish. Yet, lu face of such tremendous odds, tfie salmon for count-leaages lias maintained the balance of numbers largely la Its faro. n Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and olli-cer- s il Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. ''The sacrifices we are exacting of tne noble American boys who are golcg 10 ins otoody in ids or Francs tor t lives and liberty of us who stay nwum lu ub w mi an irresisiioie ftp peal to support them with our moat earnast .Hurts iu the work we must da at home. " Secretary McAdoo. . Now is the time to Subscribe Try a News Want Ad. Now brie, w hen w o made nil snll dim tly from Um bind. w is srnt "At iln.vll;:hl Hu wnr-brlIn piiriuilf of us, under pttM gf sail, lut fortuniilt'ly could not on rl ikr us. nnd toward nlghl i:avc lp Um ChatP." The Hpn.liunln nnlvod home iifto- a vovaifi' of ti it ninth. Nalluinlcl had curnril for Id HUptultf, MiI I I Ulll nUliLL ILII I J lls Market Porliy. a net profit of more fill U than MO per cent on the cost of tlic ing by the United States ship Shipping Board. Ity ttlfl Nathaniel Sllslico had risen to such promlnrnce that ho wn named by the I'nlled States Rnvyrnment nit one of the ooiiunlssloner to organlzo OLD DAYS GOES BACK TO THE the Huston brunch of the "Hank of the United State." TAKFiAirc (if n RAINS Good HELP INDIAN VILLJuE 11 AS SHIP OFFICERS V I Rice Crops Grown In Abundant Moisture and Region Is Noted for Gotd Csttle. Is n TELLS MEANING OF HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN'S i Slls-bp- nnd-rnrg- n. Tradition of the 8ervlce Juttlfy the Choice of Ladi for Responsible Positions Career of Captain Silsbee. ? nin mot KMnw dp war wi ivwi m v rill J i i BETWEEN U. S. AND FRITZ The recruitSan Francisco. ing officer over at Colfax, near here, notified nnny headquarters thai he nnd found n man of military ago who professed not to know that the United States nnd Germany are at war. He MM he hnd heard that Germany was fighting Frnnce nnd Englnnd and "Ik pod she would win." as ho was a German. He admitted that he had registered for the draft, but claimed he did not know the purpose of it. Wnshlncton Lnds less thnn twenty, already experienced sailor, lire applying these dajjs to the United Slntes shipping board for training as otllcers In the new jncrrluint iiiiuine. Muny of them are accepted, anil not a few already are serving us Juniors on the bridges of some of the largest liners passing through the war one waters oX Kurope. Lads of twenty were sturdy seafaring men, ruling their quarterdecks and taming the rough company of their forecastles by their own pluck ami respjltfulncss. In the days when our forefimiers were crentlng a merchant marine whose achievements form one of the finest pages of American history. Nathaniel Silsbee of Salem, who afterwards became United States senator from Massachusetts In company with Daniel Webster, took command of the new ship Benjamin of 161 tons burden, lnden with a costly cargo of merchandise and bound out from Massachusetts hny to the Cape of Good Hope and India, In 1792, when not nineteen years old. The first American flag had entered the harbors of F.omhnj and Calcutta ,only four years before, on the ship Atlantic. "Beginning In 1817, with a capital consisting of n Testament, a 'Bow-- j ditch,' quadrant, chest of sea clothes and n mother's blessing, Nathaniel Silsbee, then only fourteen years old, left the paternal mansion in Salem full of hope and good resolution to embark on his first voyage, which was to Baltimore as captain's clerk; nt he hnd made his fortune nnd was retired from the sea; at thirty-sithe head of the largest American twen-tw-elgx KAISER DENOUNCED IN WILL Aged New Yorker Leaves Large quests to Various French War Be- Charities. New York. Vehement denunciation of the kniser ns a bnrhnrlnn, who criminally caused the war is contained In the will of Jean Bnptlste Bourdls, generally known ns John Bourdls, filed for house In China. 'islands." Captain Silsbee sold his cargo for three times Its cost at the Isle ofj France, and again loaded for home. Warned by Governor. He was nenrly ready to sail when he got word that another embargo was likely. Hastily putting to sea, he was obliged to anchor next day at the Isle of Bourbon for provisions. A mystl- fylng experience that ho met here he related thus: "Just as I was about stepping from the wharf Into my boat, the French governor of the Island ordered me to 'his presence. I obeyed with strong np-prehensions that some restraint was (to be put upon me. On meeting the governor, he asked me: "How long do you contemplate staying li. Bourbon?' My answer was. 'Not more than a day 'Can't you leave here to-- 1 or two.' night?' he asked. I replied, 'If you wish It.' Then he added, 'As yi,u hnd the politeness tc calf on me this morn- 'Ing, und us I should be sorry to see you Injured, hearken to my advice and leave here tonight If possible.' "lie cautioned mu to secrecy, and I wns on hoard as soon as possible after 1 embargo was laid on all foreign vessels in port. During this time the Spanish dollars increased to three times the value of paper money, nnd yet, for lack of an outlet, the products of the Island did not advance in price. Nathaniel Silsbee abandoned his plan of keeping on to Cnlculttn. He ,sold his Spanish dollars, loaded coffee and spices, and started for home. Proceeding no farther than the Capo of Good Hope, ho scented unothor chance to fatten his owner's pocket-- , book. "The Capo of Good Hope was hold by the Dutch," ho said In later years, "and It so happened that I was the only master of a foreign vessel then 'In port of whom a bond had not boon required to proceed to n French port. Two other Salem ships were in port; I put on board them such portion of ,rny cargo as I know would considerably more than pay the whole cost of my ship and cargo, sold the residue, innd Invested the proceeds In a full icargo of wine nnd other articles which a knew to be In great demand In those The resourcefulness of Nathaniel Silsbee was never better Illustrated than by his first voyage In command of his first ship, the Benjamin. Sold at Big Profit On the passage from the Cope of Good Hope to the Isle of France (Mauritius), Captain Silsbee fell in with a French frigate that gave him news of the beginning of the wnr between France and England, On this news reaching the Isle of France, prices rose by leaps and bounds. Tl.e cargo of the Benjamin was quickly sold at u profit that dazzled her commondcr. As fast as he could, ho turned the paper currency he received Into Spanish dollar. Then for six moiuhs an leuvlng til in. ' at anchor in "There was a war-brithe harbor, a little to windward of my own vessel ; towurd midnight I had the anchor hove up without noise, and let the ship adrift without making any ail until we bad lost sight of the war g and complete victory. Hut to the general public, notably in the rural communities, steeped in nil. and being something of Home Service is little belter understood than it was by the chapters a a botanist, he had noticed that the outer Inyei of the burk of certain species matter of five months back. where Bourdis was u pupil. So, what is Rod Cross Home Service of the onk tree wns of comparatively soft wood. He procured some of this and why? MARRIAGE OF MINORS LEGAL Home Service must be the nation's porous material anil shaped It so that It would fit Into some partially fer- assurance that the enlisted and conColorado Judge Decides They Cannot mented bottles of wine. scripted man's family shrill not suffer Be Annulled Under the State Later on opening the bottles he for want of any essential thing within Law. found thnt the effect of the confined the power of the nation to give. The Public's Conception. enrnonic ncui gns wmcn mis new sio,,- Denver, Colo. Marriages of boys "Yes," says Mr. Average Citizen, nm not unow to escape wnvu and girls not of legal age are legnNV the wine so ns to make it effervesce. "but isn't the government providing in Colorado and cannot be annulled. war risk insurance, and will it not proThis was the decision of Judge J. From then on for a long time It was vide separation a'lowauce whore supposed thnt this phenomena was due c art in deA. Denis'in in the district to the notion of the cork on the wine, necossnry? Isn't it a fact that but nying the petition of Mrs. May Gardfew men with dependents have been ner for an annulment of the marriage and effervescing or hissing wine be- called to arms?" Fnterprlslng mercame the race. of her daughter to Don Blgetow, Mr. A' ernge Citizen is correct, but Mrs. Gardner told the court thnt chants saw the possibilities of this he Is thinking only in tonus of money gen-erSirs. Bigelow .was not eighteen years wood, nnd they introduced it for relief. And It Is to convince him thnt purposes as stoppers. old when she became a wife and administration of money relief ll only that Bigelow was less than twenty nt one of many features of Home Servthe time he obtained n lloenfio to Evolution of Wheeled Vehicles. ice that this series of articles on the wed. Judge Der.lson held that there When the world awakened from Its rudiment! of Home Service have been Is no law in Colorado making the apparent long sleep of the middle ages, prepared. marriage of minors Illegal, but that during which the art of vehicle conScan this brief summary of the opI he official w ho performs such cere- struction, like nil other nrts, sunk Into portunities confronting Homo Service monies is subject to line and im- oblivion, manufacturing was revived committees in your county and you prisonment. and from this awakening, about 1100 will agree that the opportujjitios have A. D., marked Improvements are found. become the duty and privilege of an Emperors and kings vied with each upstanding, patriotic, American citiBLOTTING OUT THE KAISER s zenship. :thor in tlie. effort to outshine and I, Conservation by service of huone another, nnd through this man n sources wherever deterioration rivalry we note substantial advancement. In UffQ A. I). It is said there Is threatened in a soldier's or a home. were only three coaches in I'aris, and t, Temporary relief of families in within the next century we find UM feudal lords throughout continental which there ha- - been a delay In payEurope supplying themselves w it li the ments, or in which there is nn emermost extravagant nnd luxurious of gency. 3. Responsibility for regular and equipages, some ousting more thnn continued assistance in cases rtot 110,000 each. The urtlst's skill was employed, covered by government allowance poet's sang beautiful songs in their this includes families in need and respraise, and the epidemic spread, cre- ident In the United States of "men who ating an eager desire upon ull to out- are in the service of our allies. 4. Personal service to the returned rival their uelghbors. soldier or sailor, especially when he Is disabled. The Opium Habit 5. An information service which There nre three different forms of will save time, trouble and anxiety for taking ovluiu. Some people, for exam- lonely relatives of enlisted men. ple the Turks, eat It; others, like the C. Advancement of home standards Chinese, smoke It, while the Inhabiespecially but wherever possible, tants of more civilized countries usual- when the lack of help Is likely to ly drink It as laudanum. The drug is cause family disintegration. obtained from the unripe fruit of the Sustains Soldiers' Morale. common white puppy. Incisions are "Men may be the best soldiers In you from the made In the heads of the plant, from the world (I quote which a creamy Juice exudes, harden- Manual of Home Service Issued by ing on Its exposure to the ulr. This Is American Red Cross headquarters, scraped off and made up into small Washington), but If things are not The kaiser's baleful face bus been cakes, In which form It is sold. The well with their famlltes at home, they spot and In confirmed opium eater or smoker re- lose efficiency through worry, and the obliterated from one more his place Is Jonn of ArSt- Three young duces himself to an Indescribably morale of the army that all imladles of the Junior League, Misses wretched stnte of mind and body, and portant factor begins to fail. Jeunnette i'ruyn, Evelyn G. i'ayne and very seldom lives to be forty If the "So it Is the patriotic duty ns well Candiice Howard started out to inter- practice has been acquired ut un early as the humanitarian opportunity of est New York in the War Savings period In life. Home Service workers of the Ameristumps campaign. Their first stop was can Red Cross to care for lonely famut a prominent New York hotel, where ilies of our fighting men. It Is to be Yiddish. soon will be they espied u likely spot for their postYiddish Is u term used to designate remembered that ers in a pluce where hung u cartoon of u language which Is spoken ut the pres- 'fighting men' In real earnest. Not the kaiser. Down came the kulser's ent moment by some millions of peo- only our enemies, but our allies, and picture and In Its place .went a spirited ple. Strictly speaking, Yiddish Is not the American people as well, will be reproduction of Joan of Arc, which a language, nor a dialect, hut n jnrgon watching tin in. "Every report from the training Miss Evelyn I'uyne is displaying In the Jargon used by lllrni Oil mill camps nnd from the French front this photo, urging the women of Amer- communities dwelling chiefly in y mentions the excellent spirit of our ica to buy Wur Savings stumps. nnd Hussiu, and by the Immmnlntaln this Will they troops. igrants coming from those countries to while thousands of miles from Oldest Dog Discovered. owes Its morale through the United Stales. Yiddish trench life and battle, home, Znnesvllle, O. The oldest dog In existence to the persecution to which to the victorious end? Muskingum county has been discovthe Jews were subjected In Germany "THE ANSWER WILL BE DEered by the county auditor, who is- ut the time of the Heformution. Its esBY LARGELY THE sued a license to William Casey for sential buiis is bigh German, with an TERMINED HOME SERVICE OP THE AMERIu white poodle aged twenty-fou- r admixture of Hebraic and Slavic ! CAN RED CROSS." yean. of ITnut Vllliers In 1075. One duy ho the surrogate's court. Generous bequests are made to French war charities. Bourdls was sevonty-slyears old when he died on Deoen.ber 23. He retired last year from the silk firm of J. Rnv.rdls & Co. The largest bequest Is oOO.ilOO francs, for the relief of helplessly crippled French soldiers, "victims of the criminal war Imposed by one man. the German Ki.ipornr William II for the satisfaction of his own ambitions." Thirty thousand francs each are left to four hospitals in Lyons, France. The city of Lyons gets 1CO.OO0 francs, the Income of which is to be used for the purchase of paintings for the pupils of the Eclo des Beaux Arts at Lyons, probate In x hur-horo- titude of other chapter obligations solicitation of war funds, driving for Increased membership, organization of school auxiliaries, turning out huge quotas of knitted articles, surgical dressings and Christmas packets. Amor. these obligations model of 1917 was the organization of Home Service committees, hotter known in some communities as civilian relief committees. Frequently the activities of the ll'ime Service committees FIRST TO USE CORK were belittled by other chapter comMONK mittees. Tills because Importance of Discovery That Is Universally Made Home Service had not boon clearly defined. Now, through the efforts of Use Of Was the Result of the Bureau of Civilian Relief of the Chance. Lake Division, headquarters at CleveThe discovery of cork for stoppers land, chapters have come to a clear is ascribed to the monk Don Porlgnon, understanding of the vitalnBM of Rod who managed the cellars of the abbey Cross Home Service in relation to war ran short of the usual stoppering, which was pnds of hemp or cloth the gnat, low lying, Itinaly, flooded, tea and rice district! of the far Southeast. Sylhet ten I known all over the peninsula. So low do these regions lie thnt the heavy rains of the rainy season result In their Mug flooded fur many months of the year. Thouah far Inland, nfter the rains this Is literally a sen, where nil travel Is by boat and even ships of some size can navigate. The torren-tln- l downpours flood the lower parts of the country to n depth of many feet. There Is one little village nt the BOM of the Kluisin hills which had n measured rainfall of (10 feet In one year, nn exchange says. The village's of this curious district about Sylhet are set on the crest of hill. Afler the rnlns fall they ore Islands. The people nre very export boatmen nnd the children can swim almost ns soon as they can wntk. This is probably the only part of n where the ennne Is in use. A craft not unlike the American Is manufactured by hollowing out n tree trunk very thin. Larger canoes, propelled by 20 pnddles, ure made In the same way. and canoe racing Is one of the principal jipoi-ts- . The villagers of those Islnnd vlllnges keep diminutive cattle which they feed largely on marsh grasses cut from honts. As n result of abundant feed and Inek of exercise, the cows grow fnt and sleek to n degree unusual among the lean Indian cattle. Their milk, butter and cheese nre known ns delicacies In the nearby cities. Those same vlllnges rnlso unusunlly fine rice, by plnntlng before the rnlns begin. As the country Is flooded, the stnlks of the rice grow with the rising surface of the wnters, so thnt rice stall;s ten feet long mny be seen when the floods recede. part of India S!het city In the tin t curious RED CROSS SERVICE PARJieSWP F NOTICE. ETC. M M" stn U Finer, i E Civilian Relief Director Begins Series of Articles Explaining Importance of Assistance to Enlisted Men's Relatives EDITOR'S NOTH This I th first" of a articles prepared by Barnes director of civilian relief 'or Hi" American Red I'mss In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, The subject ..r the other four ;irih In the series art": "What Red Cross Rome Bervlce Is" "Financial AH In Home Bervlce," "Whal Has Been Home Bervlce workers," TatiBht and "Organising ami Training 10,000 Horn. Servlr o Cnnmilttppnun." By James L. Fieser. Director. Civilian Relief, Lake Division, American lied Cross. Two new words Home Service are takirg Important places in the vocabulary and activity of the 356 American Ited Cross chapters in Ohio, Indian. and Kentucky. At war's outbreak ten months ago to the few chapters then organized Red Cross work and popular knowledge of it centered only around preparation of hospital supplies, equipment of base hospitals and supplying their personnel, and provisions of relief In times of disaster. Then came the unfolding of a mul- ll In-dl- As I am leaving for duty in the army. feel that it, is flue my clients. MsjotfetM aiH friends Hint I make known my Hrrnriirenients with reference to my litisinoss sretien.llv. Inive associated with me m law, Mr, I). C. Walls. who is a full part I, and will occupy my olh'eennd have active charge of nil my lepal husiness. Mr. Krnost Woodward, whom I reirard as one of the best lawyers in Kentucky, will bo associated with Moorman & WuIN jM the practice. V. IL Moorman, my father, is my iiniialtied ajrent lo do anything that I could do myself, and will operate the part net hip of Moorman 4 Beard, and my oil hinlnm and lo anything else necessary to he done liy me. For the present. I will not n as Commonwealths Attorney and Mr. WulUwill perform the duties of my ollice in this county. I am profoundly RfBttful for the cobtidences imposed in me, believe that my associates will conduct my professional business satisfactorily to all, and I will appreciate the support of my friends in my absence, which is only occasioned by my conception of sacred duty. Very sincerely, HEKHT DtHAVZN MOORMAN. I -- husi-M- re-i- Square Deal Hog and Field Fence! This famous brand of fencing is made from 4 different weights of wire. Special Features: A knot that never slips; a stiff picket-lik- e stay wire; best quality of galvanizing, guaranteed; always "stands tight and trim winter or summer, lacked in 20 and 40 rod rolls. 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BETTER HAVE US MAKE YOUR GLASSES THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY 613 Fourth Avenue ph Mo.sley, hi I of Owensboro, Prof, and Mrs II K ROBT. J. BALL Louisville, Ky. We Are Manufacturers. 'Ask Any Oculist' HARDINSIilRG is in session week. Jiii'r J. R. Layman, bethtown, is on the bench. been the guest Jo' it here this Miss Krnestine Dent, daughter of of WlM Mr. and Mrs Will Dent, died at Hoze!-woo- d Sne went Saturday morning Miss Altiie WhittinfrKill, of l'ords-ville- , there for treatment last Tuesday. was in town last Thursday. Mrs Harry Major and daughter, Miss M.ir Alice Rhodes, of McP.ni-iels- , Cuiherine, have gone to Akron, Ohio, has entered St RoiniiaM's Hinli to j in Mr. Major. School. Mrs Paul Wilson entertained the Mrs Jim Teaff entertained a number Presbyterian Missionary Society Tlinrsof licr friends to dinner Thursday. ilay uflerooou. h gone lO CUTf Brady visited Mr. and Mrs Di II Mrs. (i. L Shelby, llattiesburu. Mis., to see Ills Mrs. O, T McCoy in Louisville last son, Victor HenniiiK. who has pucu week. monia. Ray m nd Crume, of Horned, spent Crumes, Mrs. Kddie Rhodes is in Cloverport Saturday will) hisfather, J. the unest of her sister, Mrs. Jim Lewis. who is opera or at the depot. Miss Myrtle Lydda.i, of Webster, visSupt. J. Raleigh Meador and Mrs N nicy Meailor have PM to Mrs V W, IVy ited her grandmother, Mr-- . t in's to hoard. Henry, last week. Mr.. ira Smith and children spentthe Mrs. Janus Bilin ar.d daughter, Mi s week end in the country with her par Reba, spent the week eud with Mr. and cuts, Mr and Mr.-.- Joseph 1'otts. Mrs. M ' HnlT, in Owcnsboro. Mr. and Mr.-- C. L Winn attended TlWII Cannon and sister, of If CDefl iels, will enter school here this week. the funeral of her father, Mr. M. H. Misses Hessie Mllltf and Kmma Mead Mathis, at Easlwiol, Kv , last Wednes or have returned f: 0111 a visit in LOMM day. ville The Missionary Society cf the Meth-Oib- l church will meet with Mis. Mar Miss Hessie WatHiiKton spent the week giret Chamberlaiu ntxt Tuesday Ml end in Louisville the guest of friends. o'clock. Miss Kessie Ilendrick went to Louis-villMr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson are spendFriday on a shopping trip. I'rof. J C. Steele was in Owcnsboro ing this week in II inlinsburg. Friends have teceived announcement l ist Thursday. Miss Maud Smith is the guest of rela- of the marriage of John Walter Jolly an l Miss Catherine Doyle, of Chicago tives in Louisville. on January 21. Kly Duv.ill h is returned from a visit Mrs. R. B. McGiothlan is spending in OwtMbOfO. was several weeks in Louisville. Mr. J I. Habbage, of Clove port, Dr. and Mrs. W B Taylor spent the here Monday. week end in Louisville at the Henry Miss Nancy Kincheloe has returned Walterson from a visit to her brother, Dr. and Mrs. Da W.Henry wasatOien Dean last A. L Kinche'oe, of Stanley. visiting her week 'to cry a sale for Robert Harlow, Miss Martme Monarch is he was presented with a cousin, Miss Agnes Hoard, in Louis while there bra;s candlestick I5U years old Miss ville. Gladjs Harlow was the donor. Mn A. T. Aeard has returned from a lit) den Bramlette accompanied his visit to her parents at Glen Dean. sister, Miss (juedry Bramlette, to Lou Mrs Gilbert Macy have mov-ei- l Mr. and isvillt S iturday, where Miss Bramleite to their home in the suburbs will go iu training at the City H ispital. Mrs. Frank Krai.e, of Clovei port, was Mr. and Mrs. (iiorge Board will move here Saturday. to Holt this week. Miss Louise Taylor, of State I'niversi-ty- , Mr. J. O Chapin. Mits Mary Brown, spent the week end with her parents, R tlaod S.nitli and Chas. Collins were in Mr ami Mrs Alfred Taylor Louisville last week Miss Katura Johnson spent the week Prayer meeting will be held at the end in Louisville. home of Mr. and Mrs. I). 0, .Bright this Kirk. Cirruit Court BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT President- - THE BANK OF SECURITY WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits MPMmH BIg j List Your FEBRUARY I . Farms with THE CLEARANCE SALE! From February 1st to February 20th we will offer some real bargains in our general line of Merchandise. This sale is being made to clear our shelves to make room for ouf large spring stock which has already been bought and will be coming in. We must make room for it, so to make the goods move we are making prices that will move them. Your good judgement should, therefore, advise you. to buy liberally of everything you need, and fortify yourself against a future of high living costs. . Bank of & Trust Co. Hardinsburg. s Ky. e Look Over These Offerings Carefully Rain Coats Regular price $7.00; sale price $6.00 Ladies' Hats, Big Bargains 50c Hats, sale price 75c Hats, s:tle price up-to-da- We have a number of inquiries for small fftMM mil improved. Boys' Suits at 15 per cent off regular price Call and See Us Phil Dempster has entered school at (ieorgetown, Ky., and is with his aunt, Mrs. P. H. Nunnelly. John Fisher, Falls cf Rough was here on business a few days age. Mrs. H. A. Clark, Evansville, Ind., is here the guests of her father, B A. Men's Odd Pants Nice line Men's Odd Pants at a big reduction. $3.00 3.75 3.50 2.50 Men's and Boys' Caps 35c Caps, sale price 75c Caps, sale price $1.25 Caps, sale price $1.50 Caps, sale price 25c 55c $1.00 $1.20 Nice Line Hats, Hats, sale price Hats, sale price Huts, sale price Hats, sale price 1.25 Hats, sale price 2.50 Hats, sale price 3.00 Hats, sale price 3.50 Hats, sale price ..: te 30c 50c and Stylish $2.50 3.00 2.85 2.15 1.00 2.00 2.25 2.25 : Beans and Groceries Hand-picke- IRVINGTON Bktllann eod Harold Hender son spent the week end in Uardin-burgMrs. Rob rt Hell vi.itid rimds at Jem-- s . Garfield st week. Misses Klzibeth Hook and Helen Board spent the week eud in Owens boro. They were guests of Mrs. Dell Lahbrook, Lon Cowley spent rhiirsduy in West Point. Miss Margaret Connill was in Tuesday. you ASfactionlook with at your satis- fire policies, you realize that fire; is a constant menace and feel secure in your protects.! frosa t'.'.at misfortune. Bel how about rr.riny other thlagi t!it may happen which Will MB99 J's'J financial Meter, I' Li Hoskms was called to Louisville to see her daughter, Mrs. A. C Tharnton, who has been indispor-eibut much better now. Mrs. Mollie Dempster and Mrs R. T. Dempster accompanied Phil Dempster RAYMOND NEWS as far as Louisville on Ins way to enter school at lie .rgetun n. Ain?s Mattinglv and Herman Clay Mi and Mrs J K. Meador. Hard c .nli. Paynesv.lle spent Sunday with insburg visited M;ss Emma Lue MoorMartin t 'lay bouil). man recently. Mr. anil Mrs. Correase Knott from Co eman Whittirghill has been pro Indiana came last week to visit their moled to engineer. parents, Mr. and Mn. Jess Knott anil Mrs. G. A. btites, Owensboro and Mr. and Mrs. Krvin Chism. Correase Mrs. A. G. Dates. Liberty spent a Jew will leave today (Monday) fur Ins with their mother, Mrs John G. Khod hom 3 and Mrs. Knott will remain with i s recently. lier parents for an indcliuate stay. J. M. Howard, Jr., W. R. Moorman, Henry Fruehwald will have a sale Jr and 1C L. Robertson have been in the a.ird. of thin month after that they Louisville with cattle for the Livewill go to Tell City, Ind. stock show and sale. Henry Cashmau a. tended the June sale at Moolej viiie last Thurs-1BEWLEYVILLE i and as accompiiucd home by l 1 evening. Di. and Mrs. W. H. Taylor enttr-tai- i ed the members ot the "38O" club and a number of visitors at t lie Biggs Hotl'a Monday evening. Miss Ju.it Lyon his resumed her studies at the Louisville Conservatory. Miss Margaret Connill, Secrttary of the Red Cioss Ciiapter, has received a supply of Red Cross pins and buttons. Call and get yours. i arks, wno has been in mn. ."s Franl-foiseveral weeks, has gone to l'ottsvi.le, Pa , to visit her sister, Mrs. George Woollulk. Apply to Mrs. Adele Couniff for yarn and directions tor knitting helmets and sweaters. d Navy Beans go in this sale at, pound Best colored beans, pound - 15c Shoes and Boots Prices reduced on every pair in my stock trom 15c to 35c. boda, 2j pounds Good Coffee, pound 16c A lot of old flour on hands; this goes at bargain prices. 13c 5c f r t Whittiagklll, The sale at Robt, Harlows was well attended end report of sales fairly good Mrs. Horse Collars A lot that I have carried over. sell at a great bargain. I Ladies' can all-wo- ol Sweaters $3.00, sale price $2.50 A big reduction on all sweaters in this sale. Everything in my store goes at bargain prices. Will pay top prices for all kinds of country produce, either in cash or trade. Ccme one, come all, I will treat you right. R, W. JONES, The following young pecple chap aroned by Mr and Mrs. C. M Coinp-ton- , Mr. and Mn ti. R Compton and Mrs. Wade Drury, formed a jolly hay ride to the home of Mr and Mrs. K P. Hardaway's Wednesday night where a musical was held. Those present were: Misses Maggie Blanche and Bettie Lee Jolly, Klla aud Alma Wil son, Bertha Foote, Laura Mell Stith, Dorothy Miller aud Mabel Trent of High Plains. Messrs. Chas. McCoy Glen Dean, Kentucky Wanted! For the Ordnance Department of the Army To Serve in Chas Simmons and H J. Nobody knows from what quarter misfortune may upme, but everyone can protect himseif from tiorsuch, Irvingtou. Wedding bells are ringing! .Mm Ida Knott and daughter, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Heibert Dowell were Bussle Knott returned home fiuin dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Louisville last week. Carl Coaptoe, Messrs Ituie Biaek and Krnest IK sk Miss Mary Louise Hardaway who is near Shiloh were guests of the Messrs. attending high school at Ekron, spent B.isham Sunday. the week enu with her parents, Mr Uoscoe Hendry sold a nice bunch of and Mil C D. Hardaway. hogs last Friday to H. H. Norton (or tra Sipes and GritHu Hardaway spent i 7.j every possible danger through the sound, reliable Miss Edits Knott has made application lor the post ollice at this place. Itoy (Taycornb returned home from Ptfeeeeille, suuday. Insurance Service Two Hertford's Represented by of the GLl:N Dt AN PAUL COMPTON Hardinsburg. Ky. Li iut Fate Whithinjjhill from W.clnla Falls, Tex., has been here recently to see his father, who bus beeu very ill. Dr. iS. P. Kogers, Kordtvlll w( called in cuiisiiit.il on with Dr. John Kincheloe last week William Drury, tirover Keiih, Walter Drury, Carl Carter, Ira Sipes of Iowa, Percy Kasey of Henderson county, and Jell Jolly of Guston. We are sorry to hear of the death of Miss Krrestlne Dent who died, in Louis ville Friday night having gonetheie for treatment. The body was interred in liethel grave yard Monday. We exMonday in Owensboro. tend our deepest sympathy to the beof Kly iV L. 11. Reeve W.uluis reaved one. Mr. and Mr, d, A. Foot lry Gcods L'ompauy, spent Saturday spent in town. Sunday with their son, Kdwln Foote Messrs. H. J. McC.y end J. M. and family of Basin Spring. Comptou are in Hardinsburg attendCarl Carter spent Sunday at Double ing court Spring farm. Mis Laura Mcll Stith spaut the week eud Hie guest of Mite Uertha "We have reached the time in our Foot. national life when no loyal citizen in A. W, Koote and Sons fiuished deliv the couutiy can att'oid to spend a dul ctiug their tobacco Saturday to Jeff ler for wasteful luxuries Such an exTrent at High l'laius. penditure resolve Itself iqto a disloyal Misses Mabel Tient, Kile and Alma act. "Cardinal Gibbons. Wilson of Corners, spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mr. Jame Wileon. Try our "Want Ads. the United States. 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. It is YOUR duty to serJe the Government and A T ONCE! For information regarding this service apPostmaster who will give you information about the positions to be filled and the salaries paid. ply to your JOHN A. MclLHENNY, U. S. Civil President WASHINGTON, D. C. Service Commission 1 Amjm:. THu.i-i- rVi - ...... : 4MJiW a