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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6, 1918. "OUR AWFUL AUNT" CLEVER 8 Pages No. 36 Kaiser Bill Knows Who Is Holding the Ace In Peace A COMEDY TO FARMERS ON THE HILL. Presented by Junior Class of C Lewis. burg and H. S. Before a Packed House. Who Survives Her With One Amateurs Play Their Parts Son She Had Many Lovely Well. Net Proceeds Amount Characteristics. tu $40. 4 ) Sent by Rep. Cain who was The Prettiest Spot on Earth and Has About 500 of the Best Urged to do so by the ComPeople in Good Old of missioner Agriculture. Only 10 per Cent Seed Corn Show Germinating Power. Frankfort, . (Special On Inst Friday evening. March 1st, at just a little after ( o'clock, Mrs. T. C. Lewis (nee Miss Ena Vessels) passed out of this life, quietly, as she had lived Mrs Lewis' he ilth had not been good for some time, but the evening the end came she had been out to see her sister, Mrs Gary, and seemed so happy, even more like herself than she had for some time. She went home only a short time before her husband and son. When they got there she was lying on the bed asleep in Jesus Mrs. Lewis was born January 6, 1855, in Marion county. Since her marriage she has lived in this town She was a great home body, but was never too busy to do a neighborly kindness, a sick friend was never neglected by her. She was a devoted member of St Romauld's church, always, when she was able, filling her pew at every service. The funeral services were conducted at the church Monday morning at 9 o'clock by Rev. James F. Norman in the pres ence 01 many sorrowing mends anu loved ones. She is survived by her husband, Mr. T. C. Lewis, three sons, James Lewis, who has been a devoted son, always lived at home; J. C. Lewis, her closest neigh bor; Wave Lewis, of Continental, Ohio; Miss Esther Lewis, who is now Sister Maurine in St. Peters Parochial School Louisville, and her only sister, Mrs. Bertha McGary, who is our faithful tele phone operator for the Country line. Hardinsburg, March "Our Awful Aunt," a clever two act comedy presented by the Junior class of the Cloverport High School, Thursday evening, at the American Theatre, before a packed house, reflected credit both to the actors and their director Mr G. R McCoy, the superintendent of the Cloverport I'ublic School. The gist of the play was how an old maid aunt, who made the annual unwel- comed visit in her sister's home and immediately upon her arrival goes about to reform her young nephew, who has fallen into evil ways. Her efforts are crowned with success, much to the joy of the household and thus redeemed herself in their eyes. Miss Louise Weatherholt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J C. Weatherholt, plaved the part of "Our AwfulJ Aunt" very gracefully. She was well supported by the other members of the cast who were: Misses Lora Carson, Chlora Mae Seaton, Cecil Jolly; Messrs. Celestine O'Connell, who is quite talented fortaking minstrel parts, Alfred Wroe, JuliusJ Hardin, Joe Ballman, Curtis Weatherholt and IWillie Seaton, substituted for John Duke on account of the death of the flatter's sis. ter. Between the two acts, twelve of the grade girls dressed in blue costumes with red ribbons, gave a pretty flag drill carrying Old Glory and the allied flags. The play netted $40, which will be used in financing the High School Annual. LIKE FOOTBALL GAME Yale Man Graphically Describes Fight With Convoy Accounts for Several German Submarines While Traveling to War Zone. "Call not back your dear one. Anchored safe where storms are o'er; On the border land we left her, Soon to part no more. When we leave this world of charges, When we leave this world of care, We shall find her waiting In our Father's Mansion fair " Bdiinv To Nervous Dduieiur ouuut uiiilo Break Down. Prominent Hawesville Woman Passed Away. Mrs. Aurella Hawes Carlton, a life long resident of Hawesville died at her and a native of Tobinsport, Ind., died home in that city, Feb. 25. The funeral was held Wednesday at Feb. ni, Hot Springs, Ark., a a result the Hawesville Presbyterian church of a nervous break down The remains were sent back to his of which the deceased had been a memyears. The interold home and were interred in the ber for twenty-nin- e Tobinsport Baptist Cemetery last ment followed in the Hawesville cemetery. Wednesday afternoon e Mrs. Carlton was years of Mr. Ryan was forty years of age and was the son of the late Dan age and the only child of Mr. Wm. F. and Anna McAdams Hawes. She is Ryan of Tobinsport. When he was seventeen years old he survived by four children; Miss Susan left home and never returned even for Carlton of Hawesville, Mrs. Joe C. a visit. During hisabsence of twenty-thre- e Conger and Mr. Jas. Carlton both cf years he accumalated a vast Cruger, Miss., and Mr. Hawes Carlton amount of worldly wealth. He owned of Detroit, Mich. a picture show house in Denver, Colo., Mr. Tom Ky.n., a wealthy bachelor fifty-fiv- The Food Administration urges West. all housewives who have not al Mr. Ryan is survived by two brot hers ready done so to sign the Food Mr. Dan Ryan of St. Louis, Mo Mr. Pledge at once. Also that the Geo. Ryan of Perryvllle, Mo., to whom rules for conservation shown on be left his fortune. the new Kitchen Cards be care from 9 to 12 of them waiting, and, beParrish-Whee- ler fully observed by all. For card lieve me, they got all they wanted. Wedding. "If we'd only had a band the mornand information apply to Miss Elizabeth Skillman, of Cloverport, ing would have been complete." Rome, Ind. Mar. 3, (Special) Miss Bada Parrlsh of Tobinsport, and Mr. Ky , who is County Chairman Con Known in Breckinridge. Bert Wheeler of Rome, were quietly servation Division of the Food Ad united in marriage at 5 P. M. Tuesday ministration. This is very impor Feb. 36, at the home of the Rev. S. T. Mrs. Sarah E. Parker, 80 years Thompson of 25IO Frankfort Avel( tant and should be attended to imold, died at the home of her niece, mediately. Louisville, Ky. Miss Mary Parrlsh sister of the bride Mrs. T. R. R. Compton, Perkins, 2723 West was the only witness present. Jefferson street, last night at 11: Food Admr. for Hreck. Co. The bride Is the youngest daughter 30 o'clock. Besides ber niece she of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Parrlsh of Tob- Mrs. Sophronia Wedding is survived by a nephew, Mr. L. insport, and is a charming and accompDied in Texas. J. Perkins. Courier Journal. young lady. lished , . called the Famous Beauty Palace and it is stated that the building was all that the name Implied. It was known as one of th j finest movie houses in the House-keeper- s Please Notice. East Hnvpn, Conn. How the convoy he traveled to the European wnr zone with the Tnlo unit accounted for several Oermnn "subs" Is graphically described by n letter to rela tives by Lauren Lymnn of this place. "One night as we were below, fix ing our bunks," he says, "we henrd the whistle and then the sharp note of the bugle. We shouted, 'the subs nt last,' and lenped to our posts. I had been appointed a stroke oar In n llrehoat, and our pnrtlcular gang, 26 In number, were counted by onr white-face- d lleutennnt. "Our ship begnn to zigzag, and, through a port I saw a destroyer rushing along toward a white streak In the water. Suddenly something happened aboard the destroyer a volume of water rushed in the air directly In Its wake. There was a heavy explosion, and one more sub had gone to the hnppy hunting ground. "The next morning our bugle again blew "to post" and our guns on the port side cut loose. In less than no time our whole fleet, transports and nil. were blazing away, zigzagging We and rushing in all directions. had plugged a whole school of subs, our boat, and Instead of plowed right Into them. "At one time the ship next to us and our "boat were shooting into the same center and It looked like a bat- tie between the two ships. I saw three periscopes myself and one cut Hi way so close that our forward gun could not be brought to bear. "One torpedo missed our bows by less tnan 3u teet. At tne same time we could see land ahead. "While this was going on three airplanes appeared. How we shouted when we recognized their nationality. Soon they were swooping down like hawks, dropping bombs and marking out the places where the Bodies lay. "It was simply great. I felt just as I did before the touchdown against Harvard last year. At one time four big guns on our boat were playing away at the same time. "Finally at ten o'clock the whistle blew, and our first big fjght was over. Nobody scratched and from three to Ave Boches went to h . There were In which g Ky., Mar. 2, 1918. The Commissioner of Agriculture in are-cen- t address to the Legislature urged I acta member to warn the farmers in their respective districts of the neces sity for testing their seed corn. He stated that the tests made so far of the IHI7 crop revealed a most alarming condition in that only about lOv of the seed tested showed germinating power. He urged growers who had supplies of iQllicrop to advertise and offer some fcr sale and that all who offered seed of either crop see to it that their offerWiLSON AS POTENTATE ings were sound. He said that test after test had been Gypsies Turn to President When made of as fine appearing corn as ever grew with the result that !K) of said Deadlocked on King. corn was sterile and did not sprout. Do not plant a grain of the I917 Wrangling Over Election of Successor that has not been tried for germinating to Late Rcler, They Adjourn Withpower is his warning. Kespectfully, out Making Choice. Itov J. Cain. a Berkeley. CM. The Oypsy world new potentate. He Is President Home Boys in Woodrow Wilson. To hlrn fifteen hundred representatives of the wandering tribes have pledged their fealty. Priv. James Pate, son of Mr. Assembled to eleet n king, they have spilt up into factions and are wrangling and Mrs. Winfield Pate, of near over the eandldate who shall succeed who was with Co. M, 33Cth his late Majesty Alexander, who died town, Inf., Camp Zachary Taylor, until several months ago at Sacramento. Rut while undecided as to whom February when he was transthey should choose to pledge their al- ferred to Cbicamauga Park, Chatlegiance, the Oypsy delegates are unittanooga, Tenn. Priv. Pate writes ed In the admission that no inalter how strong may be their attachment to home that his new surroundings kingly rule, they and their sovereign are very interesting. Says his must bow to the president of the Unitcamp is located on the old battle ed States. In automobiles, In Pullman palace grounds, and he hopes his next enrs, in buggies and wagons and old move will be sailing for "over "prairie schooners" the Gypsies came from all parts of the country. For there.'' weeks they have been loitering In llill is a beautiful overlooking the placid Ohio, and ha a population of about five Stringtown-on-the little village 83 hn--- northern California. Queen Mary, widow of the late king, objected to the balloting for his successor, claiming that she was entitled to rule. The necessity for having a male hand nt the helm was pointed out. Then there arose Michael Adutns, sixteen-year-olnephew of the sovereign, but the leaders proclaimed him but a boy. "A man must rule," became their slogan. "Woman has the vote. Why should woman not reign?" said the queen. Agreement was impossible, and the Gypsies decided that there could be no lawful selection of a new ruler un til the body of good King Alexander should repose In an appropriate mauso MMfc A large delegation packed their d started their automobiles "checked out" at their hotels and de Bert Beavin, parted. tents, hundred. Tne residences are mostly all modern and are well tilled with bright healthy children who amuse themselves making mud pies in wet weatlu i and duriug a dry spell, they bift sand and play shies. Her streets are fairly well kept, especially Picadilla Lane, that leads Balltown. Pennsylvania Avenue and Hois de Hologne are in need of some repairs. Stringtown has a magnificent school building with I big bell that tolls the knell of parting day, an, chimes at the coming of the morn, and a corps of handsome teachers, that is, the feminine contingent, She has about hulf dozen societies, but has no Secret So ciety on account of there being no mutes in the community. When it comes to music, Stringtown has Vienna skinned a block. From the mocking-birand the robin to the night-hawand phonograph and about fifty pianos, you can sit and dream at even'tide and listen to a rich Hungarian raphsody, and as the sweet notes vibrate o'er the hills and peaceful valleys wafted by a breeze, you aref uddenly aroused by a shrill scream of the night-hawor the wheezy sounds of a phonograph grindiug out Alter the Bailor Mary and John, or some other popular air of many years ago. So it is you have a varied program to select from. The men, as a rule, are industrious and always on the move. They play marbles in the summer, and raise big crops the rest of the year. Quite a number met Monday night at Steve VViison's store, situated at Picadilla Lane and Scott Avenue, and organized the Stringtown Farmers Union Simon Smart, who was called in for the purpose of holding out for better the last quota, has been assigned prices for their ntxt winter's crop. to Co. 29, Sth Battalion, 150 De- Much interest was manifested in the meeting and the following gentlemen pot Brigade, Camp Zachury Tay- were present: Steve Wilson, Lon Ray, lor. Simon Beavin, Thos. Downs, Joe Allen, Hardiu Kinder, Thos. Satterfield, Chas. Hoyt Decker, whose home is in Campbell, Jess Miller, Dick Perkins, Lodiburg, and who has not been Len Taul, I'evton Scott and Sain heard from for so long, sent a let- Wheatley. Officers ter to his relatives recently saying ton Scott, were elected as follows: Peypresident; Steve Wilson, seche was being held a prisoner retary, and that Jess Miller, treasurer. in (iermauy and so far was getting Forest Freemau and Jess Weathalong reasonably well. erholt made application for meo bership, but were rejected on account of Stringtown. Mrs. Malinda Beavin received a of being Such is lite in Stringtown-on-the-Hilmessage last week from her son, the home of yours truly. Mutfett. , d k Service. d k 1, 000 000 000 l, who has been sta- Birthday Party. tioned at llattieshurg, telling that he was leaving there for France. ."diss Mary Duke Dead. Miss Mary Duke, age seventeen pass- .nss i.race fauiey was at Home to a number of her young friends, Wednes day evening, Feb. 27, to honor hertwen tieth birthday. The young people enjoyed the evening of social conversation and delightful reMr. freshments. New Arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Glen Dean, are receiving congratulations on the arrival ot a son, Thomus Franklin Eskridge, Feb. 21, weighing eleven pounds. Byron Hall, who enlisted last ed away Tuesday evening, Feb. 26, at spring, and is with the Michigan the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Duke of Duke, Ky. State Guary Infantry, cabled his Miss Duke had been ill of tubercolosia father, Mr. H. F. Hall, he had for eight months and was confined to arrived in France safe and sound. her bed all of that time. She wag a Evans Waller Weds 000 .. The groom is a prosperous young of near Rome and is the sun of Mr. and Mrs. Cassia Wheeler of that farmer place. They will make their home uu a farm at Tobinsport. Louisville Stock Market. Hog marget Choice heavies, 465 pounds and up, $17; 120 to 1U5 pounds, 1(5.70; pigs, $13.8; w $14 85; roughs, $16. 40 down. Sheep and lambs- Host sheep, 0 (" $10; bucks, $8 down; best lambs, $15 to $10.50; seconds, $12 (o $la.50; culls, $8 to $9. Mrs. Sophronia K. Wedding, 87 years old, died at her home, 20U Convent street, San Antonio, Tex., 1'uesday ofternoou at 3 o'clock. She wus born in Hreckinrielge, Ky., and had been a resident or Sun Antonio for 15 years. She i. survived by one daughter, Mrs. Siisun Wedding, of Koine, Ind., and one sou, McClellmi Shacklett, of San Antonio. Funeral services were held from the residence at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, with interment in City Cemetery No. 4. The San Antonio Light. Try a News Want lllllHII.HIWmillllllHIIIIhimittllt MIIIHHI instruction in Austin, Texas, and passed the examination for service on Mr. Cleveland Daughertv and Feb. 23. Immediately after the wad Miss Gladys D. Vitato, both of ding Mr. and Mrs. Waller left for Breckinridge county, were grant- Dallas, where Mr. Waller will be stationed at the at the Dick field a ed license to wed in Louisville last concentration camp. Ad. Now week. Mrs. Waller is well known in this city as this was formely her home and llttlinilllMtllllUKlllll.lltlllllllllllMHINIIIMIIIIINIIllllli miiMMiiiittiiiiimiiiiiiiimiii she has frequently visited her giand- ,'e.i u .a, ..,, ..m.i ...... ... ... u.njuiau. Mr. Waller is the son of Mr. and Mrs Forman Waller of Morgaufield. of I Married in Louisville. member of the Duke Cumberland Presbyterian church and was a sweet christian loved by many friends. Miss Elizabeth Skillman. Besides her parents, she leaves a sister, Miss Katie Duke and a brother, Mr. Evans Waller of the U. S. A. John K. Duke. Aviation and Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman, the daughter of Mr. and Card of Thanks. Mrs. Chas. B Skillman of Morgantield, We wish to thank our neighbors and Ky., were married in Ft Worth, Texas, friends tor their kindness to us during Saturday, March 2. Mr. Waller, who was a volunteer the sickness and death of our daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Duke. had been attending the aviation school Farmers Suffer in Classification The charge that skilled farm laborers are not properly classified bv local and district draft boards is made in u report of the military committee of the Federal Board of Farm Organization, which has been submitted to the Provost Mar shal general. "By the classification recently issued thu t'.overnnient has announced its desire that iMIUrt farm workers, farm foremen and bona tide farmers shall remain at work upon the farm because that is where their best service can be reudurcd," the leport states. "Numerous cases have come to our attention where the intentions ot the Government are being defeated by the arbitrary rulinga of local aud district baords not in conformity with the official classification." Farmers Horn Journal. " Ringlet Barred Rock eggs. New stock direct from Thompson every year. Safe arrival and good hatches guaranteed. Agents for Pianos. Mr. K. G. Bailee, manager of the Uoldeu Rule store announces to the public that bis store will be an agency for the Waltham I'iano Company manufacturers Milwaukee. Mi. Bailee expects to receive within a short time a shipment of pianos to have la stock. Later on he will add vlctrolas to hie music department. DIXIE HILL POULTRY FARM C. SKILLMAN, ' Mis. F. hiiUllsli KENTUCKY RADIUM IS NOW OFFERED TO ALL FOR This Great RHEUMATISM Curative Property Can Now Be By Anybody. Tried at Home Camp Zachary Taylor. Miss Bill Rurdett spent Thursday the guest of her cousin, Mrs A. E. Askins. Misses Jessie anrl I.ora Whobery spent Monday the guests of Miss Nevah W ho lierrv . Dan Askins and family have moved to his farm near McOuadv. Miss Mabel Sherron, I'isgab is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Sherron. )eft Moodoy for Camp J C. Zachary Taylor. Misse s Marie Damn and Nevah Wlio- rry spent lucsday wan .Miss I'earl Jackson, Moyuady. .Ii-- s Jennie Chancellor, Hardinsburg is visiting Her parents, .Mr. ami .Mrs. Chancellor. Ode Whoberry, Irvington spent part of last week with his parents. I'at Keenan, Little Rock, Ark , is the emanation. If you suffer from the aches and pains guest of his mother, Mrs T. A. Keenan. and twinges of rheumatism get Tanlac Success to the good old Breckenridge Rheumatism Treatment today and get a real medicine for this dreadtd comLODIBURG plaint. You can get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment at any good drug store where you get Tanlac, the famou tonic. Mrs. Henry GibfOfl was in Howling Kadium is one of the mo.st efficient properties for rheumatism known to medical science. But Radium treatments in the past have been enormous!) expensive and the cost has prohibited the average man or wo mm who suffered from rheumatism from trying it. Kither the sufferer had to journey l some hot springs to drink the water containing the radium emanations or go to an institution known as an "Kmanatorium" where the ra ilium treatment was taken by inhaling the gas or emanations given off from a quantity of pure radium. Now, however, the radium treatment is not expensive. Sufferers from rheu- itism can try radian right in their own homes and the cost is no greater than tne cost of ordinary medicines. The manufacturers of Tanlac, the most widely known general system meditonic in America, have placed cine for rheumatism on the market and it coutains radium. Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment, under which name the new medicine is being introduced, is complete. It con sists of a tablet for internal use ami a medicament for external use. Each of the tablets for internal use produces four mache units of genuine radium curative .1. R. Mrador. County Superintendent. Every teacher should begin now to Murry Butler were the make plans to attend the Kentucky Edguests of Mr. and Mrs. . W. Blair Sun- ucational Association which meets in Louisville, April 24 to 27. day. XXX ohn Carman has sold his farm to From all reports there has never been Mr, Carman will go Mack Alexander a time when good seed corn was so to Louisville to reside. scarce as it I this spring. Owing to the Mrs. Fred Davis and little daughter, unusual amount of sap in corn last fall Louise, were the guests of Mrs. J. W the extremely cold weather has killed Blair Tuesday. the germ in practically all of last year's Charlie Butler is in Louisville this crop. Teachers in every school district week selling tobacco. should urge all farmers to test their seed corn before planting time, and should arrange to assist the farmers in making the test. The "Rag Doli" tester should be used bee CJI t lTCcI.: r. ! Mrs. A. R Askins and children are and better. The opps Mr. and Mrs. K. C. teacher in any commu v.y extends far visiting her parents, beyond the mere instruction of pupils Ruppert in the three "R's." Shelby Whoberry left Satutday for Hardinsburg, and from there they will go to Camp Zachary Taylor. Mrs. Reinv Carman, of Harned, spent the week end the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rlair. Mr. and Mri. I School News and Views. By Raise More Hogs Is Nation's Call to You, Mr. Farmer Mr. Farmer. Not QUR Country is Meat-Pooonly are our own people crying tor meat, but the whole world is crying. Never betore was there such a meat shortage. r, Tar Fork tltlll XXX The money for the sixth month is long past due from the State, but has not yet been received. Immediately upon its receipt at this office it will be mailed out to teachers whose reports are in. XXX Some few teachers are rather careless abom making out their monthly and term reports. I half suspect that the same teachers are careless in their method- - of teaching. The law says ev ery blank on these reports must be filled. It is the duty of the trustee and ti.e chairman to refuse to sign thtm until every blank is filled. XX Our brave boys "over there" as well as our allied armies, and their starving women and children, must have meat. And they are looking to the American Farmer to supply it. x It is our intention next year to put special stress upon the teaching of language and reading. Tiiere is much more to be taught in the reading class than to simply have the pupils stand and read in their turn. When reading H properly taught the teacher will find that the pupils mak; much more satisfactory progress in the'otlier branches. XXX Hollowing is a list of questions based on Turner's Teaching to Read, one of the Reading Circle Books. By meai s of these questions test your familiarity with this excellent book on the teaching of reading. 1. State fully the plan and purpose of Turner's Teaching to Read. 2. (a) What is the simplest problem of expression in reading? (b) Explain why we have so much trouble with iucoriect emphasis in the reading class. 3. Discuss the problem of grouping. 4. Give some of the main points uc-d"Studies in Contrast." 5. Discuss briefly cultivation of the LOCUST HILL France Allen, Louisville, was the guest of his brother, Jim Allen, last week. Ceo H. Cray accident one day loaded with corn seriously mashed happened to a painful last week. A wagon ran over his foot and it. Mr and Mrs. Alzo Milem, of Rosetta, are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Will S'.innett. Virgil and Vernie Carman and Chas and Hardin Alexander left ."onday for Creen last week visiting her son, Clyde 08MM who is attending school and visited Mr. and Mrs John Mercer while there She stopped off at Louisville and visited her niece, Mrs. Hymn lieaucliamp and called on Miss Mamie Adkisson. Wilber Keys lias bought Miss Mamie Adkisson farm lying on the railroad one mile Hast of Lodiburg consisting of 160 acres paying $800 cash. Ernest Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Gibson one of I'. S. boys is stationed in Georgia doing well. C. W. Handy has erected a fine resi- imagination. dence on his farm and moved. He has 6. Discuss briefly "Interpreting the Mr Myers living on his farm on Sinking Spirit of the Selection " creek. how jou would bring out 7. Explain the thought value of words. Helping to Win the War You hold the key to the situation though, and we are to help you. This is no time to hesitate nor hold back. We can't say: "Let George do it." It is up to you and to us to do our part. We must produce as well as conserve, in food. Come, let's be patriots to a common cause and resolve to do our MEAT TASTES BETTER COOKED better toasted. And tobacco now tastes much smoke the famous Lucky Strike cigarette, the real Burley cigarette. You'll know this when you koastey It's toasted to develop and seal in the Burley tobacco flavor. fj Guaranteed by Mis Lucile Keys has purchased her a fine organ Mr and Mrs. Asia Miller will go to California the first of March to make it the.r future home. Where! Oh where, is Joe Mulhatan hope lie didn't freeze this winter nor go to Erance Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Macy spe.it the week end with Mr. and Mrs Soloman Hanks, Stephensport Miss Clyde Severs school closed at Walnut Grove last Wednesday with a big treat Miss Severs taught us a good school and was liked by all her pupils Mr Adkisson of Texas, who has been visiting his uncle, Mr. Grayson Payne was called home to take an examination for military duty. Mrs. George Cox spent the week end with her sister, Mrs Askins, Cloverport. Silas Basham of Illinois is the guest of relatives here th.s week. Mrs. Will Hasham is very low with where she will take a teachers course. M rs. Roscoe Hendry moved here from Lee Shaw has left his farm and moved to Henry Gibson's and will work with Holt last week to make her future home. Mr. Gibson this year. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Casbman and two children, Master Ray Avitt and little Miss Louise Elnora spent Sunday RAYMOND with Mr. and Mrs. J H. Avitt, Lodi burg Mrs. W. H. Duii-likand daughter, Mrs. Blanche Lewis, Ammons spent Notice. Sunday with Mr and Mrs Alex Rhodes, Any one desiring information relative J. T. Knott sold a mule last week to to tbe rules and regulations of the U. Glen Macy for $150. S. Food Administtation will please adMack ashman and family moved on vise me and 1 will furnish same. Henry Casbman's place last Thursday. COMHTON. Food Administrator of Breckenridge Mrs. Ida Nottingham, Lodiburg at tended the sale last Saturday in behalf County. of the Red Cross. The sale at Henry l'ruehwald's ou last FRYMIRE Saturday was well attended with most everything briugitig a good price. The farmers of this vicinity are shred Mr. Hruehwald and family will leave ding corn and burning plant beds. soon for Tell City, Iud. 1'. H. Hoskins, ot Glen Dean, came The play party given by Miss Hilith Sunday to resume his work on S. J. Knott on last Saturday was quite a Urashear's dwelling success. Mi s Malissie Shellman, is spending Mr. Allie Chappell and daughter, this ei i. with relatives near Sniloh. Miss Maud and sou Claud also two marMisses Lena and Bessie Lee Hiashear ried suns, Neal anil Dobe together with visited their uncles, Napoleon and their lauuiirs leave today (Monday) for Rousseau Hi unci the week end. California, to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Luby Avitt, Raymond, Miss Ruth Ramsey closed her school spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. here last Hriday. and family, Ray Avilt ashman was awarded a Hiashear Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dodson enterbook for atteudiug every day. ijinu- a number were preseut to snare the uice tained to "took" Saturday night. treat given by her. Miss Ramsey will cuter school at Howling Giecn soon Ads." our very best in the production of pork this year. Very few farmers in all the world possess the advantage that you have in this this section, not only to produce more pork, but to produce it at such a low price and such a good profit. With our help you can produce pork at less than 8 cents a pound. We are helping others to do it and can help you. And we are ready to give you the facts and figures. There's going to be more money in hogs this year than ever. And of course you want to make the money as well as to help your country win the war. Call or write for full particulars. Glenmore Distilleries Co. (Incorporated) Owensboro, Ky. Something That Appeals! To human sentiment is NEWS jewelry. For every age gifts and for every occasion such as birthdays, engagements, weddings, graduation and confirmation. Your friends desire to be remembered with that are life-lon- g. R.. You will find such gifts at your home jeweler T. C. LEWIS Your Home Jeweler Hardinsburg, Ky. m S WANTED TO BUY One work mare, good for general farm work; not over six years old. , 1 J. R. ESKRIDGE Try "Want COMMISSIONER'S Breckinridge SALE. Hardinshurg Sarah A K, Clrruit Court, Kentucky Cunningham, etc., Plaintiff. Against Russell D. Hamilton, etc., Defendant. Hy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Hreckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, 1018, in the above cause, for the sum of $13,740.11, with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from March ijth, 1913, until paid, subject to a credit of $1,00(1.20, paid March 7th, IOI4, and by the further sumot $3,29!. 7S, paid March 96th, 1914. and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardlnsbnrg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 2oth day of March, I9IH. at one o'clock p. m. , or thereabout (bi:ing County Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following desc ibed property, FIRST TRACT Lying and being situated on the waters of Lick Run Creek In Breckinridge County, Kentucky, and being on the Ohio River and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone on the bank of the Ohio River at Dix's line, running thence S. MS', E. , It being a variation ot degrees 839 poles to a stone between two beeches; thence S. 59 poles to a tone In Stiff's line; thence N 88 W., degrees 200 It being a variation of poles to a stone in a cwamp, Helm's corner; thence with his line S. 89J W. ' degrees 05 It being a variation of poles to the bank of the river; thence up the river to the beginning, contain log by survey i83i acres. Out of said tract there is reserved lo acres lying on and adjoining the line running South 59 poles the whole length thereof and intersecting theline running W, south 88, E., 3OO poles N., 88 aOO poles to a point sufficient distance to make said 16 acres, leaving i02 acres. Said 16 acres lies on the east side of ll3.Sa4.l4 aid IIacres. I -, mile from Stephenpport on the and Strphennport rosd, and beginning on the Wet side of Mid line between B irkley & road at the Miller, and running Northerly with said road 8 feet; thence in a Westerly direction parallel with saiil Harkley ft Miller's line to a branch, a hort disa tlKS Mlllr-r'West line. nf lain" Also, a pan e; of land South of Hark conveyed 1. s lev & Miller's line anil partial Miller ami wife lo Joe St' ni n u ng on larh described is fotfowti the West side of said road at the line lie tween Bafklev mid said Millei ml tunning Soutlierh with said road 8 feet, thence in a We st,-- f direction parallel with said Haiklev iV Miller's line to a branch; then.-- in a ne mote Southerly dmruon to a point. paM Miller's Wist line 16 feet South ol said Miller s North west corner " Said par. el having been conve.etl to Joe Stewart for the purpose of a mad, the the said Miller, however, right to use said road as an outlet from his stable and bams to the public road; said Joe Stewart, in said conveyance, having agreed and bound himself to put up, al his own expense, a good and snbstan tial picket fence ftair and one ha'f (42) feel high, on the me between him and the said Harkley; anil, also, a good and substantial slat and wire fence between him ami the said Miller There is excepted, however, from the above tract of 231, I - it) acres above des-c- t ibed, I9 acres, tile same I9 acres sold to John Basham hy deed of date March 14. IfOS, recorded in Deed Hook 59, page 12, in the Clerk's office of the llreckini idge County Court. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. Por the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved security or securities, must exe Cltte boil bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, ami having tile lone and effect of a Judgement Lien, retained to secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply prompt y with these terms Approximated debt, interest and cost half K.i-.s ; e here-tolore , II Mlf Mil ftftMMtrit r?'M 1IH(ritintMMIIIttllflMIff flriIMittr1iltiMrillittlirfMtlrMllllltilMPi)ritftrtT MflltMtltf 'IIMKMI TMtffrf MMiiWlerMiMtit ' mr -- j For the Sake of Your Eyes DC .RfgR I Spring Opening Display Millinery, Coats, Suits, Careful (Jetting the wrong glasses is a serious matter. Calling them glasses isn't enough. They may be Blouses, Silks CLNever before has this store assembled such an array of beautiful things for the coming of Spring. Every item selected for its combined style glasses, but they must be the proper ones. 'The best you ran get are the only safe kind to wear" Then See and quality. Ball Optical Co. 613 South Fourth Louisville, Avenue Kentucky Lee Walls, Commissioner 0. FARMERS BANK, benefit of Ked Cross. Mrs. Richard McAfee, Jr., continMr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp were in ue ill. Clovcrport Saturday shopping. Most all the children in town have Janison O. Hawkins, Chicago. 111., the measels. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins. GARFIELD. Miss Rhuelina Dowell, Union Star was the week end guest of her brother, !o W. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell. Mrs. George Beard has returned to James H. Lay, New Albany, Ind., is herbome in Louisville She was accom-palnc- d as far as Irvingtjn by her niece visiting his mother, Mrs. Olevia Lay. Miss Bertha Garrett left Saturday Miss Cora May Tabor who was the for Lodiburg where she will visit her guest of Miss Ethelbcrt Thomas. Sam Glasscock arrived Saturday to sister, Mrs. A, M. Millar. Morgan and son, Clovis, be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. spent the week end at Sample with Mrs. Glasscock. He will this week for military service. Mrs. Anna J. Dieckman. Mrs. M. P. Compton, Hardinsburg Dr. O. E. Ferguson, Mrs. Ferguson Hi deN Btsham & Powtrs; thence Wednesday visited her daughter, Mrs. I. B. Rich30' W. 18 poles to the county-roadgrees and baby, Virginia returned ardson Monday. thence with the road N. '21 degrtes from a visit to relatives in Louisville. 30' W. 30 poles lo a stone on tile top ot Mrs. Dick Carman visited relatives W. B. Gardner was in Evansville, the hill on the North side of road; thence with the road N 13 V. 18 poles Ind., last week on business, while there at Harned and Kingswood last week. N 44 W. 8 poles to a white oak, N 6a, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. D. Ova Gray and little son, Thomas W 18 poles to a white oak on North Lyon were in Hardinsburg Friday. Macken. , side of road, N. 8s V. 16 pole-.- s. 85 Will Davis, McQuady was here WedW. 20 poles to a limestone rocK iu the Miss Kuth Ramsey having finished county road, Powers' corner, thence her school at Raymond has returned nesday. N 5D degrees 30' with Dutschke's line Mrs V. B. Mattingly was in HardW. 21 poles to a locust, Addison's home. corner; thence with his line N 12 deJ. Connard Lewis left last Monday insburg Tuesday. grees 80' VV. 2a poles to a stone and for Hardinsburg going from there to Mrs. Frank Dowell and son, Arthur beech; thence N 03 degrees 30' E 29 being the spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. poles to two ash and sugar trees on toe Camp Taylor Tuesday, he Amos Wood. West side of the branch; thence N. 40 only one from here In this call E. II poles to a dogwood and large Miss Evelyn Hicks Cioverport will Herbert Horsley was in Brandenburg gum; thence N 87 E I3 poles to a large dogwood; thence N. 49 E 40 poles to display millinery, begining with the Sunday and was accompanied home an elm and cliff; thence N. 83 E. 12 Easter hats at the home of Mrs. Sam by his wife and baby. poles to a sugar tree, redbud and elm; Dix, this spring. Richardson Carman was in Hardinsthence S. 66 E. 14 poles to a beech near Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks received burg Wednesday. fence; thence S 30degrees 30' E 8 poles to the beginning, containing 231 1 10 a letter last week from their son, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitworth were acres. Charlie, who is "somewhere in Francs" in Hardinsburg Monday. Also, the following parcel of land saying "This leaves me well." The John Butler, Harned was here Satwhich is the right of wav over Barkley latter was dated Feb. 4. Mr. Hanks is urday. A Miller's land, ami which extends from said 23I 1 10 acres to the a member of the regular army and has Several from here attended the sale Hardinsburg and Stephen.-por- t road, been in service for twenty-fou- r years which was conveyed to and was among the first sent to France. at Jack Basham's Friday. the defendant, Russell D Himiltonby Mr. and Mts. Clarence Hook and Joe Stewart and wife, on the27ih day Miss Eva Basham was the guest of ot September, 1015, by deed recorded her sister, Mrs. Wm. Gibson and Mr. children were guests of Mrs. Hook's in said Clerk's office iu Deed llook ti:i, Lin. son Friday and Saturday. parents, Mr and Mis. Elijah Johnson page 454 Sunday. Sain ight-o- f way being particularly Mrs. Emma McKaughan sold her Vic Pile, Harned was here Thursday. dtlcribed as follows: property on First St. to W. J. Schxpp. A certain tract or parcel of land lying Robert Bell. Irvington was here last An entertainment will be given at and being in the County of Breckinweek. ridge,. State of Kentucky, about one- - Stephensport Saturday evening Mar. Miss Lydla Macy visited her sister, Mis. Paul Compton, Hardinsburg last week. Charlie Dowell was in Irvington Friday on business. Mrs. Lannie Woo! and little son, Carl ware guests of her mother, Mrs. Ella Mattingly a few days lastwek. Miss Lottie Whitworth visited her sister, Mrs. Herman Aldridge last week. Mrs. Will Davis and baby came up from McQuady to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bruner. Mr. Biu-ne- r being ill. H 1 That question often is asked, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Morton and not? a man stands well baby spent the week end with the latJJ ter' sister, Mrs. John Webb. his words carry weight. He is Mrs. Polly Ann Kennedy who died a factor in the community. VjJp Saturday morning Feb 23, was buried the following day at the Haynes cemEverybody will stand well etery. She was 75 years old and it he or she deposits tn oan survived by eight children. 11 11 M mm surplus cash. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tanner and little jM ft ML daughter, spent Sunday in Irvington the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fox Gray. Wm arm opening new ac- Mr. and Mrs. Abe Compton are MM counts daily. proud parents of a new baby. Messrs. Houston LtGrand and Steve wL M Our system loans and In-Haynes were in High Planet Saturday. mM terest is liberal and simple. Mr. and Mrt. Carman of Illinois, have bten visiting their parents, Mr. We invite a call. and Mrt. Bill Carman. H. B. Moorman and daughter, Mite iajiuite, Harned were guestt of Mr. and Mrt. D. H. Smith Saturday. Mrt. Jtnnit Carman died at her ; right-of-way right-of-way SECOND TRACT Lying and being in Breckinridge County, Kentucky, situated on the waters of Town Creek and particularly described as follows, towit: Beginning at a point on the East line of the home farm of Mrs. Eliza S. Burks, also being the Brinley corner and marked by a stone and two beeches on an East hillside, marked "X," on plat; running thence N. 78 degrees 30' E. 82 poles to a ugar tree and beech near the bae of a Igh cliff; thence s. lo degrees 30 t,. 87 poles to a stone In a bottom; thence N. 74 K, 1UU pole to a pile ot stones between two beeches standing about 18 feet apart; thence S 10 degrees 30 E. 12 poles to an elm nod stone, Basham's corner: tnence with his line N. 8 degrees 4.")' W. crossing Town Creek at 24 poles to another branch at 15 poles ai:d a high cliff at 08 poles, iu all 126 poles to a hickory on a Hat, Basham's corner, to his second tract; thence with another of his lines N. 62 degrees 30' V. 74 poles to a gum on a hillside; thence S. :i4 degrees W 11 poles to a stone comer to STEPHENSPORT A patriotic occassion, directed by Paul Irvin Admission of 15 and 20 cents wil ha charged, proceeds go for FOR MEN COur showing and Marx clothes, will prove both interesting and profitable of Hart, Schaffner B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. riitiMrriiiiiiiiririiiiti'iJiiijiiiiitMiii rut nniiiiimHMlllill nillllMiimtliNinmiii iiritiitntniDMri liiMniiaiM JiniiirtnitMii umii jnrri)r jiir'nLrHiiiirruMiJiitMMiii'i'Triiiiiiitiijiirii4jiiriMiMriiriteMt.itjiii rmrir Henry Trent II. W. Trent JP.IL. Ditlt Hardinsburg Livery v !' HARTE HAIL storm, a tornado, an auto smash-uor ill health may cause you greater financial loss than a fire. h You protect yourself against fire by a Hartford fire policy. Did you know that the same sound, reliable Company is ready to protect you against every form of financial loss that may come. Let us explain the Hartford idea of com plete prot&ction. p, Livery, Feed and A Sale Stable I Hardinsburg, : Ky. home Saturday morning after a brief il ness of pneumonia. Mrs. Carman was 42 years of age and is survived by four children, mother and two brothers. The community extends to the family their entire sympathty. HARNED Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Hawkins of Toblnsport. Ind., spent last week with Mrs. Letitia Brunington. A Ked Cross Circle was organized here Monday. Mrs. James McCoy was made Chairman and Mrs. W. G. Gie-gorSecretary. This Circle hat thirty six members and the promise of several others in the near future. Mrs. Chambliss. Hardinsburg sptnt Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Wetherford. Mrs. B. fC. Gray was the guest of relatives near McDaniels last week. Mrs. Kate Tucker, who has been visiting her son F.. W. Tucker of Owensboro hat returned home. Mrs. S. M. 'mine spent several days of last wtek In Louisville the guett of Represented by PAUL COMPTON, Hardinsburg, Ky. UN NOTICE You FARMERS! 1 niy Stand at the Bank? iLm VjfoJ J ' If ( T I MP wjl nX3gft Jtl J are poinff to need extra teams fritndt and relativet. Clint Butler, Louitville wat the S this guett of wtek. Wm. Butltr and family last at ?fj II y Jl II W ml of If Hardinsburg, Ky. The Baptist Mittionary Society met Wednetday afternoon with Mrs. James Knott. Miss Lillian May closed a very tchool near Batln Spring! Friday. Mr. and Mrt. Frank Compton were In Louitville latt wtek. Stveral from hare went to Hardlnt-bur- g Thursday evening to attend the ltcture givtn by Rev. Wimbtrly, Mrs Ed Merctr and r.tphew, Masttr Letter Holmes were in Louitville latt week the guestt of Mrt. Merctr't mother, Mrt. James Holmes. Mitt Bttsie B. Weathtrford spent Sunday In McQuady the guett of triendt. sue-cettf- ul I 5 Buy now while you can. Spring. We have a number of Mules from i to 8 years old; we also have 20 food kind, will do vou srood work and st grow you money; we nave a numoer or must go at once; you cows for sale-th- ey are losing money by waiting. I sm i BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. WW Use News Want Ads for Results I I ; i THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN D. RABBAOF.. F.ditof NEWS Mr. Mat-re- has done with his orchard, son others can do. ooo II. Nubbins, "t Amnion, wei.t to Bkron Friday. Wnile there he bought a Ford. S ooo 'm and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH Will Dutschke has traded his storehouse anil stock of goods at Amnions to W. L Belluu for his faun. ooo Charley Payne and son, Marvin Payne, of Lodihtirg, went to Louisville FridayMr. Payne hi po liou with Belknap Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. & Co. ooo Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Jesse L. Clarksou, of Irvington, did some good farming last year for a roan Cards of Hunks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. of his age. He had in 3)i acres of to Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. bacco that brought him $1,450; sold ft, 000 worth of hogs in twejve months it is not correct please notify us. Examine the label on your paper. If from two sows soid fsOO worth of cat tie, bef ides his wife sold $100 worth of good for a youngster you have finished reading your copy turkeys. Piett NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS--Whe- n of the BR EC K K.N R IDC. F. NEWS hand it to a friend who is not a subscriber; of 72 years. ooo do not throw it away or destroy it. Earl Bennett has sold his farm of 400 acres, near Hisln Spriugs, to Jonas Lyons for l4.000. SPRING ooo Len Taul bought the following crops Enjoy the sprinc of love find youth, of tobacco in the McQuady neighbor- To some good angel lenve the rest: hoo last week for John Akers: Charlie For time will tench thee soon the truth, Miller, 25,000 pounds; Thomas Miller, There are no birds in last year's nest. 10,000; Luther Miller, 10,000; John Mil Buck Stnton, ler, i2,00o, at $16 round. 5,00' at l5.50, delivered at Ha'dir.s A WASTE OF MATERIALS burg. A recent proclamation from the President requires that the brew"Uncle" Bert Cunningham, of eries be allowed to use only 7t per cent of food stuff in manufacturwas in Hardinsburg Saturday ating malt liquors and the tern perance beers. tending the County Board of School While this recent statement will save the cereals to a very great Trustees. "Uncle" Burt is fcS enthusextent, yet there ate t!ese who ate in favor of eliminating the manu- iastic school man, and is always ready facture of beer entirely during the course of the war. then when the and willing to help the good work along and ntViV fails to attend a meeting. He war is over it is hoped national prohibition will be effective. sus he picked up the other day on the At preMtlt, the Food Administration is asking us as a people to river bauk a fine re.ic. It was an Inobserve the meatles- - and wheatless meals. The response has been dian tommyhawk that weighed live universally pleasing. No one complains of making the acrifice if it pounds in perfect condition und the will help win ihe wur. Bat at the MUM time the breweries are con- largest he ever saw. 6, 1918 3 EIGHT PAGES. , Exceptional Beauty TjOWER. speed, comfort and high economy the Grant Six has always had but to all these the new model adds a degree of beauty never before attained in a popularly priced car. In giving the Grant Six its new and pleasing lines and in refining the car mechanically, Grant ck igncrs and engineers have produced what is unquestionably the finest car of its size and price ever built. 000 Clie-naul- t, -- 000 suming several million bushels of eeiealsand several thousand tons of In spenking of his grandson, Lamar coal in manufacturing their product, which is a Gardner, Mr. Cunningham said he. was One way of helping in trying to conserve the materials used in in Youngstown, Ohio, owner of a D dry manufacturing of beer g to appeal to your Congressman. Lunch stand and feeds 2,000 people a Any person who is anxious to have part in this matter, may have day who are employed in a tig steel plant. Sijs ne H doing fine and mak frM upon request by writing or calling at the Breekenridge News ing money. ollice a printed card which is addressed to "My Congressman" and 000 fully explains your attitude, ami r. 'quests him as your representative John Weidm.iD, a weather prophet ot in Congress to take some delinite action in stopping the wastefulness McOuady, says we will have 35 more frosts between now and June There of these materiala. l. The three features for which the Grant Six has become nationally known overhead valve engine, cantilever rear springs, rear axle will appeal to every motor-wis- e purchaser. full-floati- Owners average 20 miles to a gallon of gasoline and 900 miles to a gallon of oil. The price, $w,f.o.b. Cleveland, makes this new Grant Six the car which the spirit of the times demands. 1 were Dumb Animals, few peisons OtttsMl of stockmen have ever heard of They are twin colts, one I mule and the other a horse. The- explanation for such a freak of nature is very simple and We sold an iron bed ami nattreai last week by advei tiding it in easily understood by stockmen, and yet the classified want column of cur paper. We merely mention this to there are few who have evet seen such $',000,000 in hogs during the big January freeze, and W. F. a prove that The Breckenridge News Classified Want Column WILL specimens in the animal line. Boyle county, Ky., farmer had 72 out SELL things if you will only give il a chance. Just try it and see of a herd of 80 hogs to die of lung fever, J. C. Watlington, of Lodiburg, was for yourself. ooo in Hardinsburg Saturday. G. B. Cunningham, ol Chenault, is advertising in this issue 100 bushels of Springtime makes you have the good road fever. What we want I. J. Muckenfus has a big Governto see is not the fever, but some good work on the llawcsville, Stenh- - ment contract for hickory spokes. He good seed corn for sale. If you need ensport and Hardinebnrg Pike roads, Why not have another good is delivering them to Garfield. Says he seed corn better ordero at once. oo has trouble in getting hands to get roads day like we had last May 1 C. B. Carden, miller and stock dealer them out. in Fordsville, will move to Hartford to Head our new serial story. Long Live the King, by Mary Robfun his 25O acre farm just across the Green J. T. Bryant, owner of erts Rinehart. She is the most popular writer of the day and a moth- Poultry Farm, McQuady, thewrites usHill river from Hartford. He has bought a to er with two sons in the service of our country. The story begins in disconiinue his advertisement That he house and lot from Ernest Woodward, attorney, for $2,000. His son will run this issue. has sold all his hens aud had to return $lj0 in checks that he could not sup- his mill in Fordsville. Cloverport is needing a real estate agency to build homes in oui ply See what a little ad in the Breck- - Mr. Coomes, of Davies.-- , county, who town. New railroad men are coming in all the time but they are un- enridge News will do It pays. bought o tarm near McQuady, says able to find homes to bring their families here. Breckinridge county farmers raise more Mules were booming at Mt. Sterling, hogs, cattle, sheep and mules tnanthey Ky., last week. Demand greater than do in Daviess county. Perhaps the farmers will have to appeal to Uncle Sam with their the supply. Fifteen-hanmules sold labor problems. He is able to solve all the difficult problems save at WOO and 15 hand pairs sold at 4U0, The seed corn situation, says the 15. the weather. at 500 and at $550. Home Journal, is a matter of The BreckenridgS News has fifteen efficient correspondents who About October I, 1KI7, butter was grave coucecn to those who have given serious consideration, and selling in Berlin at $2 25 per pound, su- the matter are giving U "all the new-- , that's lit to print.'' gar at 56 cents per pound, and ham and that unless immediate steps are taken to help the farmers secure enough seed bacon at $2 11 per pound. This inforThe sunshine is as welcome as the daffodils of March. for this year's planting, the result will mation was received by the U. S. Food be a short corn crop, Administration through a reliable Russia has at last consented to (iermany's peace terms. source. B. M. Dejernette and G. A Wright, Tobacco was in good demand on the of McQuady, were in Louisville last thing in Brtckcnridge the coming yeai. Arthur Beard sold over $30o0 worth f Louisville market last week. All grades week buying farm supplies. Mr. Wright were steady with a slightly upward bought a load of stock cattle. FARM AND STOCK. in li s and horses, cows and calves to turn. New Burley sold up to $47 50, farmers last Friday and Saturday, Kilmore Johnson, living near with lai majority of the sales above ooo s of an acre in bad the $25 mark. New dark at several of There was a farmers meeting at n the houses sold up to $19. One sale of tobacco which brought him $360. WIS the war by preparing the land, Saturday to discuss the seed six hhds. was made at from $24 to $40, sowing the seed ami producing bigger corn situation. County Agent Harth another of six hhds. ran from $22 to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodrow Wilson crops is tile message of the Food of the Uuited States and Can- nut with them. They decided to send $.'10, another of four, from $25.50 to left for their new home, the Ditto tarm, A host of friends in ada to win the battle tor liberty. Tney simples of their corn and have it tested $47 50, another of four, from $25 to $30. last Monday. Breckenridge county follow this young say every available tillable acre must before plaining. Black Bess, blk m 7, son of Washing- couple with their best wi lies for success ooo contribute and every available farmer Don't neglect your orchards. Right ton Denmark Patsy Morgan by Silver in their new home. We know that they and fatm band must assist, now is the time to prune and spray for King, C. V. Robertson, Hardinsburg, will succeed if hard work and close atooo Lexington Horse Sale. Word comes from every section ot a sure crop of fruit. A fruit crop is just Ky., $240 tention to business means anything. Paul Wilson is a splendid young man this county that the wheat crop nevrr as important at any crop on the farm Every horse will work better and Ion aud Mrs. Wilson is a spleudid woman, looked better and the prospects are It is not a great problem now to grow Meade filie for a bumper crop. W. K. Moor- apples with all the help you can get ger if given three ample meals daily; an houor to anv community. man, Sr., was dowu at his place Satur- iron, the Government just for the ask- plenty of pure water; proper shoes county is to be congratulated iu secursharpened in slippery weather; a blan- ing them as citizens. day and reports the crops iu that ISSttM ing. ket in cold weather; a stall UxU euuugh ooo the best he ever saw. Herbert Beard, We bought a barrel of apples last fail room to lie iIowl; a fly net in summer; Ernest Popham, a hustling ycung of Beard Brothers, have in :00 acres. farmer of near town, while burning a He says their crop from present indica- from G. P. Masr, proprietor of the two weeks vacation each year. Orchard Home Farm uear Stephens-por- t. plant bed last week, sprained his right tions will yield 5,000 bushels. Capt. Carrigm is doing some good ankle by a heavy log rolling against it. We put it away in our cellar and ooo Farmers we e never more active iu opened it last week There never was work on the Hardinsburg and Gartield Mr. Popham says that great prepara getting ready for spriug work than they a uicer barrel of apples grown anywhere pike. He is dragging and rounding up tions are being made for a big crop in are this spriug. They are buying freely thau this barrel. They were winesaps, the grades and making a beautiful road his neighborhood this year. of all farm equipments, mules, harness, beuutilul color and size, aud just as of it. The Captain surely knows how Thus. Beard sent a sample of his seed plows, seeds and IMS corn. So if there good as the day they were packed. Mr. to make a good road. corn to Lexington. It tested out DO U .nothing in getting readv we are Maysey prunes and sprays, and every Illinois farmers are said to have lott per cent good. cure to have a bumper crop of every apple iu the oarrel was perfect. What The best thing for our home merchants to do is to make a big drive on spring advertisement. The farmers have the money to spend and all they want to know is where to go to get the thing they want. And th 'V will never know our merchants have any spring stock unless they tell it. Don't let the foreign advertisers take away the trade that rightfully belongs to vou. due from February 2l, and that five have already passed. 4O M. HAMMAN SON & CO., Agents Cloverport, Kentucky For Breckinridge and Hancock Counties, Kentucky. MOTOR CAR CORPOR s- - A farmer near Eola, Missouri, has a t of twins the like of which, says our 000 GRANT AT I ON CLE VE L A N D , BBHBWxHBnBeassu-:- ' B 000 000 000 000 000 d 000 d 610 T 000 MAKE YOUR WILL NOW Make our Trust Company your Executors. We are Permanent-- , Capable and Reliable. DO IT TODAY '"TOMORROW NEVER COMES." WHAT WOULD BECOME OF YOUR WIFE AND FAMILY IF YOU DIED TODAY. WILL SOME MAN WITHOUT ANY EXPERIENCE OR QUALIFICATIONS TAKE CHARGE OF THE MONEY YOU HAVE TAKEN A LIFETIME TO GET TOGETHER? DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES. MAKE OUR TRUST COMPANY YOUR EXECUTORS, THE1 YOU WILL KNOW THAT YOUR ESTATE WILL BE HANDLED IN A BUSINESS-LIK- E WAY, BY MEN WHO KNOW HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF IT FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR FAMILY. REMEMBER, WE ARE HEAVILY BONDED TO ACCOUNT FOR EVERY PENNY. 000 000 i 000 Fry-mir- e, three-quarter- Irv-into- 000 Cou-trollt- THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. 000 HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $1 ,000,000.00 We Offer You - Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods 000 V ..... . TOWBBSsStt.,! 000 12 Pounds Flour I j-- 000 Effective Feb. 11th the Food Administration reinstated the use of the 12 pouud Hour Imei which is the minimum amount of On hi flint- imiii In, imrLi'il in hu era Kir tria mill... j """Wi 'PL. j xuureiore our customers will please take notice that we are now in position to tw,f ,t A i nnrl t unnunl v.inv inili-i I 000 SKND US YOUR OBDEBS FOB U6TTON SEED MEAL 000 Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co., Hardinsburg. t SA Breckenrldge WKDNKSOAY, New. Announcement. MAR. 6, 1918 ntpr.d utthe Pout OffllceatCloTerport. Kj M second clss matter. UIQ P1PCD RFPRi-F- Run Your Ford on Goal Oil Stop Paying Exhorbitant For Appellate Judge. We are authorized to announce the name of J. W. Ilensim in a candidate for the Democratic nominntfon for Appellate J ikIkc from the Semml District, In the primirv, AsjgW, 1018. to announce Judge a candidate for n fur Ju.Iku of the Court of App- als frrm the Btmwi District, subject to the August, I'.liH, primary. We 1 Signs of Spring! Getting ready for house-cleanin- g fFD FOR FOREIGN BY ADVERTISING THE ire W. K. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Prices for Gasoline! 3 For Information write R. G. ROBERTSON. Settle authonz-as d - -,- . . - v.- - . rv-f- and will probably be needing some new floor covering RUGS LARGE AND I4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS t 3 50 For Precinct and city Office $6.00 Ajrent For Breckinridge County For County Offices If). 00 For State and District Offices. RATE - Ic Per Word Each Insertion 10 For Calls, per llne- 10 Cerds, per Hne For NoTr: AilvtrtlMT h':i' notify the editor for All Publication In the intering been with her sister, Mrs David B. daughter, Kehu, and Jimniie No when you wunt mivrrtnemeiH iHsriuittniied eat of individuala or expression Phelps and Mr. Phelps lor two months ble spent the week end with her 10 HELP WANTED of indiTidnal views per Hne returned to her home in Versailles, sister, Mrs. C. L. Dodson and Mr. this week. WANT KO Middle lined couple for tenants, Dodson. Oood home. M m must not ln too old to d: C. M. Macy, Lodiburg spent the Train Schedule on Mrs, C C. (Jrant and grand- MM, rKy.farm work. Addr'HJ. Ii. V. father-in-laJohn week end with his Tabcling. While in this city Mr. daughter, Kuth West, who have L. FOR SALE Macy paid a visit to the Breekenridge been visiting lierson, Claud Grant, News office. RINGLET BARRED ROCK EGGS of Arkansas, for the past month, Effective February 10, 1918. PsMN headed by Tin inipson's Imperial KingMrs. W. L. Baker left Monday for a returned home last Sunday. New stork direct from let Cocktirels. EAST BOUND Thompson every year. Itn arrival nnd parents, Mr lltJ A. M. ten days stay with her hatches Kiiiirant 't'd. M r. P. 0. KnkIInIi, Mr, and Mrs, Gii Burger and Hkllltuan, Ky. No. M will laswe 10 :2.'i A M. Norman, Fulton, Ky., Arrivh IrTlndton p. m and Mrs. A. uisvllle. Arriving and her aunt, Mrs. D C. Johnson and daughter, Mary Lena, spent last 5 rt P. M ... FOK IA LB- - My tarred V ymouth Boekl No. 144 will leave Cloverport :00 P. M Island Keds are true 10 color, Mr. Johnson, Martin, Tenn. ArrlvlDd Irvlnirton Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 11. and Rhodewinter ejtus. Am liooktnir orders T:.V. P. M bred for Afrlvlnu Louisville 5:15 A. M DOW for egJfMnd chicks delivered In March, Part, supplies and needles for all Brunei-- . 14 will leave Clover uort.. No. A. M April and May. -- Sirs. Hurry J, llaiuiicin. Arriving Irvlnuton Needles 7:55 A. M makes of sewing machines. Ky. Arrlvlne Louisville 4:00 P. M Misses Awll and MafJ Fry-mir- Cloverport. No. U leaves Henderson 5:00 P. M 30c per doz, seuttles $1.00 each, ca9h Koit BALK. Bmdftii hoooo tuft ' ooati Arrives Owensboro M n:x P. who :tic attending school nt e id.. Mrs. Th s. lit ;inl. Hardinhurg-- Ky. with order. If possible send broken Arrives Shops WFST BOUND or worn parts when ordering, also Flard'iD&burg, upent the weekend KOK HALE cow and calf; fresh. C. E. 10 57 A. M. No. 141 will leave Cloverport Machines sold on with their aunt, Mrs. Kd Shell-man- . Krcel neiy rrec, Ky. 12:00 P. M. name of machine. Arriving owenslwro M. U:r,s g.iod tirade yel-- I K(R SALE 103 Arriving Henderson 1:23 P.M. easy monthly or yearly payments, old iwseed corn, guaranteed. (i . B. Cunning Arriving KvansvlUo .. 7.40 P. M. machines taken in exchange. Write Arriving St. Louis ham. Chenault, Ky. 11:40 P. M. Nap Hobeitson, of Lodibarg, No obligaNo. 143 will leuve Cloverport 7:l:, P. M. for catalogud atid terms. KOK HALE Three hoi d work hortM, OM Arriving llawesvtlle P. M. tion. Agent wanted. A. C. KcKinsey, spent the week end with his son, trni't) m;.re lit ivy with foal, one good younu Arrlvlnft Owensboro P. Mi million 4 year's old. Ilardinsbu.ru; Livery Cloverport. No 145 will leave M. J. Robertson, and Mrs. Joe Him (lardlnsi'urir, Ky. 12:47 A. M. )v'.i West 3rd St., Oweushoro, Ky. ArrlvlnnOwenshoro 1:40 A.M. Arriving Henderson 2:07 A. M. Robertson. WANTED TO BUY Arriving Evansvllle 7::.'.' A. M, Arriving St. Louis HILL M. 7:00 A. Alex Burger has bought the WANTK" To buy uod work horse or Shops No. 147 will leave H:1 A. M, It. HoRdoiion A Son. Wehster, Ky. Arrlvl ng O wenshoro Courtland CfOMM property in mare.-- T. ...9:25 A.M. Arriving Henderson One taper lights a thousand; Uniou StiirntiU will move his famWANTED MISCELLEANOUS Yet shines as it has shone; """ m ily this week. minim And the humblest light may kindle If ANTED You to make extra money hy room or A brighter than its own. Mertis Sever- - closed his school rentingt'v that s .are Want Ad. in THE vncant I HKK ! hou3 running ;i Hezekiah Iiutterworth. iiiiiiiimiw Mr. Severs CKENRIDOE here last Tuesday. 1 ' iiihiiiiiii Mr. Charlie Jackson, who has been has taught an excellent school and I Of a Personal and Business confined at the Missouri & Pacific Hos ii liked by all the pupils. The 1 Nature Gathered for Our Busy pital owing to the loss of his finger, is : : ' : : is fortunate in visitors and pupils received a nice He Readers. much improved. ' ii ; having friends, who have entertained treat. Miss Bes-i- e Lee Bntshear Locr.ted permauently in Hardin b.'rtf, '"'" him in their homes. He was the guest, received two books for the most oejmpytag ciflict.- recmtly acattd by All breaking plows sold at cost. last week, of Mrs. T. J. Wiue, also Mr. headmarks and for attending Dr. Walker. Julian H. Brown. Mrs.'jack-so- n and Mrs. Cliff McClanahan. school every day. Miss Mary The Wednesday Club meets with went to St, Louis, Saturday, but it Miss Margaret Burn. Lena Barger received a box of is not known whether she will be alMiss Martha Willis will be hostess lowed to bring Ma home now. pencils and a book for the most to the Friday Club this week. Vera McGavock, of near town, headmarks in her class and attend Miss Mr. B. B. Oglesby will entertain as the guest last week of her aunt, ing school every day. Miss Irene Club Thursday Mrs. Handy. Insurance Office the Ladies Reading Johnson, a box of stationery for afternoon. Mrs. Anna Harrell, of Stephensport, the most headmarks in her class. Miss Vera Winchell, Tobiusport was was the guest, last Monday, of Mr. and the guest of Mrs. Ernest Wedding Mrs Luther Satterfield. Wednesday. Mr Lawrence Carroll has moved into Mrs. Julian H. Brown was the guest the Wethington heirs property and Mr. TorMr. and Mrs. F. M. Mattingly spent ot Mrs. Mitchell 'and Mrs. Ernest Frank Oelze, from off the pike, has pur the week end in Louisville shopping. Popham Thursday. chased the Carroll place. Boulder Butler and Miss Jennie Misses May Brown and Celestine Life, Miss Iva Wine returned to Tobiusport, Butler spent Tuesday night with Mr. with Brown spent Sunday in Skillman Saturday, witli Mr. and Mrs. McKinney and Mrs. C. B. Hennioger. the Misses Hag man. for a week's visit. Miss Gertrude Butler; made a busiMr. and Mrs. E. H. Breidenbach, While 111 town last week, Mrs. Earl ness trip to Kingswood Thursday. Owensboro were the week eno guests Fella, of Holt, was up to see her aunt, L. D. Tucker has recently moved to Old Reliable Companies of Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza May. Mrs. Julia Wood. his farm purchased from J. W. MatIf in need of anything in FARMING Halbert Perkins, of Daton, Ohio, tingly. IMPLEMENTS, write to Fordsville came on Thursday for a two weeks visit Clarence Nobelett who has been Planing Mill Company, Fordsville, Ky. to his sister, Mrs. Rob Wilson, and seriously ill is convalescent. $50. for a HOKSE COLLAK, or set other relatives. Mora Browa left Monday for Camp ATTORNEY of HAKNESS. that we can't repair. Mrs. Nat Tucker returned from West Taylor. Get my Rates for Collecting Notes and in. Do it now. V. G. Point, Saturday, where she has been Bring them A wedding took place at Hie home of Babbage. with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Lisheti, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker, Sunday Feb. Mortgagee by Suit in Ike Circuit Court. Sippel and who seemed somewhat better Cloverport, Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Julius 21, when Miss Delphine Walker and children, Irvington were here WednesMrs Vernon Milburn and children, Mr. Arthur Harper were united in day enroute to their future home in Raymond and Osborne, have returned marriage by Hev. Sullivlan of Kings-wooJACKIES UP MUST SPRUCE Phoenix, Ariz. from Owensboro, where they had been Their many friends join in Miss Lelia Tucker and Mrs Henry to see their relatives, Mr and Mrs. Wm. wishing them a long and happy voy- Those Given Shore Leave Must Be Properly Dressed and Must Lewis were in West Point last week Lynch, prior to Mr Lynch moving to age together. Have Money. to see Miss Tucker's sister, MrB. Carl Patesville, where they are going to satis Henry Hcnninger who has spent the fy Mr. Lynch's father, who is very old Lisben who is very ill. winter with his mother will return to Grent Lakes, III. Orders Issued by Mrs. Mike Hamman left Saturday and longs for his old home. Illinois next week he expects to be Lieut. Com. A. C. Wllhelm, drill OsBeeV, Notwithstanding the severe winter, called to Camp Taylor soon. specify thut Jiickies granted shore for a visit with her daughters, Mrs. leave hereufter shall wear only regulaBouffler, Louisville and Mrs. our apples kept without freezing and Chas Miss Daisv Tucker, Mook was the witli only a very few to show signs of guest of Miss Jennie Butler Saturday tion blue clothes and "pancake" hat. J. E Gibson, Prospect, Ky. we ate night and attended the pound supper And the clothing worn must be clean Mrs. W, G. Pumphrey, Jr. went to rot. Now comes the bad part and unwrinkled. given by Miss Bessie Galloway. Saturday shopping and while the last of them the 1st day of March. Louisville The order burs the following: Gray, Misses Marv and Geitrude Butler to be a desirable place The hill seems to there she will go to Indianapolis entertained a number of friends to a brown and blue nonregulatlon sweatto live. We met three persons in one visit friends for a few days. ers und mulllers. Such articles of musical recital Friday night. clothing niuy bo worn If tucked out of Mrs. EUzahth Keith returned home afteruoou looking for a house. Gilbert Galloway and Bruce Pullin sight under regulution gurments. were called to Camp Taylor Tuesday. last week after spending the winter Watch caps ure barred. with her son; Mr. Clarence Keith and FRYMIRE. Under another order no man may Mrs. Keith in Elizabethtown. go ushore "broke." He must convince Hie Sacrifices. W. M. Glasscock, Gl:n Dean has ac"Are you reducing your expenses, his commanding ollicer that he bus cepted a position as fireman on the L. L. S. Brashear went Monday to Bill?" "Indeed I urn. A man cun t enough cash to tuke him to und from H. & St. L. Mr. Glasscock came here Hardinsburg to be examined for stand this high cost of living on the the stution. . The clothing order Is the result of salary he gets. I've cut out the wife's Feb. 28, to begin his new work. weekly mutluee, countermanded her many juckles uppearlng In Chicago and Saturday from military service. J. C. Jarboe returned Jimmie Noble, of Webster visi- new suit, discharged the nurse, made other neurby cities In nondescript a visit to Mrs. J. C. Jarboe in St. the kids give up moving pictures and clothing. Fla. , and his daughter, Mrs. ted friends and relatives iu this e milk Ice cream, stopped the Hugh Donaldson, Bowling Green. neighborhood last week. for the buby and chloroformed the cat PROVE MERIT AT SHOP WORK living expenses. But If Miss Jane Crenshaw, who after hav- H. K. Fryuuire and son, Junius to save its thing keeps on I may have this sort'of Women Are Better Substitute for Miller Frymire, were in Hardins-bura- r to stop buying cigars and atop my club Skilled Workers Than Untrained dues." last week on business. Male Laborers. Jr.. Glen Dean. Kv. i I Classified advertisements! SMALL txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: The L, H.&St. Clori-rport..R R'y. Crex, Wool Fiber Matting and Ingrain, up to 9x12. Straw Matting in Rolls. Homemade Rugs (made in old Ky.) Oil Cloth and Linoleum. Window Shades and Scrim. Tobacco Cloth. 1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. -- g 1 . Farming Implements! We have a nice stock ot Farming Implements, including: Disc Cultivators, Sulky Plows, Corn Planters, Farm Wagons, Fertilizer One and and Field Seeds. Two-horse ITEMS -- LOCAL ITEMS. i i : Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Write for our special prices on anything you may need. FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, i i PLANING I MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE. KY. ncnrporjiU d Manager ' i L. C. TAUL Cloverport, Kentucky VVVVWVVWWWWWWWVVVW Roff Fire, Lightning nado and Windstorm, Accident, health I Public I Sale! Insurance. will offer at Public Auction on the Osborne farm, in Holt's bottom, one mile from Holt, Ky., the and one-ha- lf following described property, on V. G. BABBAGE Friday, Mar. 8th mules. mules. 2 1 yearling mule. 1 aged mule. 1 horse. 1 aged brood mare Sows, Pigs and Shoats. Buggy, Wagon, Harness. Farm Implements, household Goods. 2 8-year-old 6-year-old 8-year-old high-pric- Time, Please? might be asked of you ten times a day, yet you could not give the correct time unless your watch is working satisfactory. See Thos. Ode wait Railroad Witch Inspector Clourport, I). Mall Ordsr Recelvs Prompt Attention. H. C. Dodson left last Sunday for California after spending the winter with his mother, Mrs. Mary Dodson. Mrs. George Hester and two childreu, of Ammons, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gus Barger. Mrs. R. Bruuer and son, Owen, and Fay ton Brashear visited Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear recently. Mr. and Mrs. Koscoe Avitt and Want You to Call And see our Samples of Sucrumento, Cal. Women proved Made to Order Suits FOR MEN Cloverport Pressing Club Cloverport, Ky. substitutes for men skilled In shopwork than the average untrained mule luborer, according to F. H. Potter, general storekeeper for the Southern 1'uclflc company. luxper-linent- s with eight young women put at work sorting scrap iron, cleunlng bolts und familiarizing themselves with simple muchiuery huve convinced Potter that should further rulds be mude upon his forces he will be uble to keep going wur-tim- better e Terms Made Known on Day of Saf C. F. TINIUS, Holt, Ky. on un ettlcieut women. baaia by employing Hi id .. A number of cltltens HarrndshurK. By virtue of tuxes due the State of here have organized a Liberty Service league, the purposo of which is to Kentucky and the County of Hrrckin encourage patriotism and suppress any ridge lor the years 1914, ''5. ' "' nd MayHVllIe. The Itoy Scouts havp begun a drive for the sale of Thrift seditious talk or act. 19i7, I will on Monday, the 25th day of Stamps. March, 9 S, between the hours of la Henry Clay Anderson, o'clock a. m , and 3 o'clock p Somerset. in Hirhmond.- - Robert Iconic, 8r, a who vacated the office of SuperintendCourt House door in Harcounty the front of the prominent and respected farmer of ent of Schools of Pulaski dinsburg, RreckiDridge county, Ky., the CottonburK section, ia dead after first of the year, committed suicide sell to the highest bidtier, for cash In cider, due here by shooting himself In the right drinking some home-madhand, the following described Real Instemple. to ptomaine poisoning. tate, the Lands and Town Lots as desKlcmingsburg - Mrs. Prea Walton, Frankfort. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stew- cribed herein to be sold or so much aged 81 years, has knitted a sweater art, chairman of the State Illiteracy thereof as will satisfy the amount of and sent it to a soldier. She says she Commission, has been called by the taxes due lor the years worked for the soldiers in the Civil Federal Government to inaugurate a District No. War and is glad to work for them now. campaign to wipe Illiteracy from the S. C. Bloxon, lOO acres, 1916 $ 4 83 navy. army and Washington Hoard, (Col.) Town Maxey, walkOwinEsvllIe. James Lot. i916-'1969 ing around over his farm, caught his Clay. Arrests are expected follow- Barney Hrldwell, (Col.) Town foot under the root of a bush and fell ing a factional gun fight in which 25 78 Lot. IO15 16 I7 over the edge of a rock, breaking and Frank Beadier was shot to death. splintering the bones of his leg Just Twenty shot3 were fired at Beadier Geo. A. Cox, for Tar Springs, 51 acres, 1016 17 79 9' below the knee. from behind railroad cars, nine of IvaClater, (Col. (Town Lot, which riddled his body. Carlisle Six citizens of Nicholas 165 county have subscribed $1,000 each for Georgetown. Fire of unknown or- Mrs. Jennie Dcnham, 75 acres, War Savings Stamps. There are four- igin destroyed the tobacco and stock 1914-13I 7 teen Nicholas county people who havo barn of Senator John Ford, near Mrs. Mattie Kramer, 120 acres, $SoO worth of the Georgetown. bought from $100 to A horse valued at about 700 1917 stamps each. Hundreds of the peoplu $200, with two buggies and between K. May, Jr., 48 acres, hero are buying from 2" cents to $10", fi.OOO and 7,000 pounds of tobacco, were J. 7 65 35 worth. destroyed. The barn was valued at Mort Pumphrev, 16O acres, 01 4 about $1,000. 18 oa Marrodsburg. Jack Wliitenaik, a pike, Is farmer living on the Notion A patient In the Massle Me- Geo. Robinson, (col.), Town Lot Paris. lying at a local hospital in a serious morial Hospital here, who was oper8 89 IIII4-I- 7 condition. Whitonack was found lying ated on for appendicitis, was discov- John Rosecrans, 3!) acres, RII4 . H 76 by the side of the road unconscious H II Sanders, 1.10 acies, 1SH5- ered to be suffering from a It is not known whether he was thrown caso of smallpox. The patient from his buggy or is the victim ol was at onco ren oved to a small out- A.'5:s.i".h". Town Loi. .9,5 16 . some stroke. He was badly bruised building on the grounds and the hos- ( has Wagner, Town Lot, 1910-7 48 pital was quarantined. () 56 Eli Walker, Town Lot. 19I4 Perry Baker, whose Mt. Sterling. Chas. Wbtat ly, (col.), Town Lot '.'1 10 brother, Kugene Baker, was lost on the Charles Black, a coal Henderson. 7 Tuseania, enlisted in the army and de miner, was arrested on a warrant Robt. McGee, M acres, mundi-cthat he be sent to Camp Tay charging him with attempting to kill Other delinquent taxes will be a lor at onco to go into training. His his wife and her father, Elijah Ride-ou- tised, from week to week, in the explanation was that he wanted to gel He was taken in custody six N'tws until my old books are Into action against tho Germans at hours after he is alleged to have made all paid up. once in revenge for tho death of his his appearance at the Rideout home, Signed, A. T. Beard, Ex. S. B. C. brother. when it is claimed lie shot Rideout By W. C. Pate, D S. and his wife with a shot gun. 3E Maysville. Louisford Gribble, years old. a prosperous farmer, com Bread and Beer Cason, the Winchester. Willis mitted suicide at his home neat Mor.insburg. this county, by shontine "hero" in an amateur negro show at himself in the heart with a double Xorth Middletown, shot and killed Six States have now ratified the naHe had pulled the Will Price, who was in the audience. barrel shotgun. amendment. MonTho "actor" was using a supposed tional prohibition trigger with a string. His wife and cartridge, but a loaded one had tana is the latest to take the decisive No cause is blank four children survive. The ta'.ly stands Mississippi, been accidentally put in the pistol. ai lion known for his act. South Carolina, Tho shot went wild and struck Rice Virginia, Kentucky, Thirty ratifiNorth Dakota, Montana Ed M. Hlte, formerly in the temple. Cynthiana. h of Paris and Maysville, now chief dep cations remain to lie effected. uty in the office of State Fire Marsha' ol the road to national prohibition Mt. Sterling. Kire, originating in Thomas Pannell, at Prank fort, has the basement of the Traders' National has already been covered. It is not been n Ml U'at ing the mysterious de Bank Building, gutted the interior of without interest to remark that in the traction by tire of the Cynthiana high the bank and destroyed the barber- first three Legislatures to ratify the Mr. Hite stated that shop of G B. Turner, in the basement. school building in favor in his Judgment, the tire was undoubt Tho law offices of W. C. Hamilton and amendment the aggregate vote of ratification was while ihe total edly of incondiary origin. it. G. Kern were damaged by smoke. The loss is estimated at $8,u00. Tur- vote opposed was but 45 a preponder' ance of prohibition sentiment of 1 to 1. Barhourville. grand Jury ol ner's loss is total. Knox Circuit Court lias returned indict This is a significant hint of the tone of ments against former County Judge of the Bowling Green. W. S. Taylor, of the public mind on the questiou Thomas Q, Hammons and all the mem elimination of alcliolic drink. bers of Knox Fiscal Court, except E Bowling Green, has been elected proWhile the necessarily slow process of fessor of agricultural education at McKeehan. The Fiscal Court member were indicted for alleged misappropria Cornell university. He is a graduate legislative ratification of the constitu tlon of funds from a bond issue foi of the Western Kentucky Normal tional amendment is in progress there is iihool, the University of Kentucky another and more immediate Dressing building roads through the county. and the University of Wisconsin and L Bnrt (f this rpflt nll(.stiml that course at TeachMaysville. Mrs. Annie I.ee, sistei took a The food problem tnands attention of the late Major Horatio Ficklin, met ers' college, Columbia university. that confronts this country is aritical one. with a serious accident that may yet We must feed our allies. That is one of cause her death. Mrs. Lee's clothinp Hartford. Jake Smith, of near Davl-son- s our most vital functions in the great caught lire from a gas stove and the Station, recently captured two we must not starve ourselves. UMt MOB enve loped her entire body gray foxes with a trap made of woven Miss Anna Shackleford, her niece, in wire set at the mouth of their den. That way lies national inefficiency. As people we have responded cheerendeavoring to extinguish the blaze He failed for several efforts with steel was seriously burned about the hand traps, but finally succeeded in making fully and wholeheartedly to the propos and arms. the capture with a trap of his own als of our Food Comptroller as to personal make. They were very fine specimens, sacrifice in the use of foodstuffs. Thrice White-burIn an effort to save measuring three feet four inches In a week we go without wheat products; the life of a pig, Fred M. Croyle, .11 length. thrice a week we go without meat; once years old, line man for the Kentuckv a week without pork. We have learned River Bower Co., received internal in Franklin. J. II. Covington, Director juries from which he died at the Haz Of the War Savings Stamp selling cam- to mix with our precious white flour While walking along paign in this country enlisted the inard Hospital. the L. a N. near Leuuut he saw a pip terest and aid of the two literary soon the track and heard an approaching cieties of the Franklin High School. (rain Jabbing his tripod at the anl Report! submitted show that the mal. he lost los footing and fell acres, Woodrow Wilson Society gold stamps the track. to the amount of S.r,100, while the ,f. V. Chapman Society reported sales Faltnouih. Tho terms of the com amounting to $2,1100. mon school are over and the teachers have to wait tor their money until tilt Covington. Dragged a hundred feet question Of the Mualilieation of Johr, K. Drake superintendent-elect- , is pass by a motorcycle before machine was ed on. Itata Supei inteniltjnt Qllborl stopped, Miss Margie Slaughter, 19 refuses to recognize the life certiticatt years old, suffered injuries whi. h of Drain as a uallficatlon to hold the caused her death. Miss Slaughter was ollii e and refuses to pay over the on the seat behind the young man school money coming from the state who waB driving the motorcycle. Her until the courts decide on the qualifl coat caught in the sprocket of the yi le, which was going 20 miles cation. is an hour, and she was jerked from the neat, Paris. When the will of Mrs. Quin cey Burgess was probated in Bourbor. If Frankfort. Mayor Noel Gaines, who County Court it was found that she had Is at Camp Travis, Texas, has been made provision for the care of her pet dog during the remainder of its life assigned to duty on the staff of General The mi in of $1,000 was left for this Johnston, commanding, with directions purpose. The interest is to be used to organize military secret police. Main giving tile dog three meals a day a jor Gaines, who Berved with General bath and a bed to sleep In. At iti Johnston in the Philippines, organized death she wishes it buried beside her a secret service there and succeeded In a nice casket to be used, and the unearthing Filipino conspiracies In grave to be properly cared for In the Manila, and his work was known to Uoiieral Johnston. future. , t: 7 1 I9H-15-15 10-1914-15I6-1. 1 0-l t. Breck-tnrWgfl One-sixtI -mo-to- n Items of Interest From 1 All Sections of the State KENTUCKY NEWS Harrodnburf.-New- t here of the suicide of K Drlseoll at niandpnvllle, Ind. He wan a formnr resident of this county, and about 48 yearn old. wo received SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Kaisers, Live Stock n, !j r aiiu ru luuanu ueaieib ui Drctiviiiriujre luuniv, 1 Directory of ni 1 Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Mock Farm Glen Dean, y. I. I MIEITI0I, Pr.or'.ln- THE I. M. HOWARD HOWARD FARMS t SON. Prap. Glnn Dean. Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Have won 1000 Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Riblions at State Fairs Past Five Years Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Dealer in and Breeder of Valley Home Stock Farm W. Thos. O'Donoghue Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. land China lines and Plymouth Rock Chickens Po- J OWEN a ion, rrirlitwa Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers In Hardinsburg, Ky.. Route Ky. 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Tobacco NiMT NORTON. ORCHARD tiki ROME I FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irviniton, Ky. O.n.r G. P. MAVSEY, Proprielor M k OP Farmer and Buyer of 2. Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder lof Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. Hardinsburg. ky.. Route Hereford and Jersey Cattle Live Stock and Tobacco Webster, Ky. liS DRURY'S STOCK FARM Proprietor C. H, DRURY, Farmer and Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows, Boars and Gilts For Sale Inrington, Ky., R. F. D. Park Place G. N. Mrs. H. J. Hamman Cloverport, Ky. Breeder of Parks' Strain Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. Barred Plymouth Rocks Eggs For Hitching Day Old Chicks No. 1 C. V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. DEALER IN High-Cl- aa Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. This Space for Sale This Space for Sale IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES l for the making of war bread. We are glad to do our share in the saving of the wheat flour to go across the seas tor our soldiers and our allies. But there is still a gap in our programme of saving--. Nationally speaking we are still using great quantities of cereals in the brewing of beer. Fifty million bushels of barley went last year into the breweries to be destroyed as food for the making of drink and several million bushels of corn and rice What we drink we cannot have to eat It is by no means necessary to argue that beer drinking is an unheathful or a reprehensible practice in order to contend that in a .time like this the drinker of beer should make at least an equiva lent sacrifice of his refreshing glass on behalf of the general food supply. He should make it all the more cheerfully siuce he is only a fraction, greater or smaller, of the comunity Not all of us drink beer; but every one of us eats bread. New York Sun. -- other cereal products CORN WANTED We want any part of 500 bushels, No. 2 White Milling Corn, husk off, at once. See or write us quick. Hardinsburg Bolh Phones Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. A Field off Because He Sowed "THE SURE CROWING KINO" Satisfaction L They produce better crops. Your first sowing will convince you. Ask your dealer. I LOUISVILLE SEED CO., Inoorpornt.d Rxolu.iv.ly Whole. ala Four thousand farmers in Nebraska have agreed to breed 34.000 sows this spring, an increase of 3O per cent, over last year. w TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS POSITIONS (North the Offta) Telephone Troubles stantly trying to prevent trouble of any kind in the workings of the equipment, and to repair such troubles as soon as possible after they occur. All young men SCHOOL SPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL, KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE. Pest SPEED BUILDING si and young women desirous of advancement should writs for the Catalogue and Booklet of the BELL Telephone employees are con- 1 Subscribers are asked to report trouble immediately, and to exercise a reasonable patience while it being cleared. I g Wanted! BLACKSMITH A good opening for a good man. Closest Rent of shop very low. shop 6 miles. Write or see BROS., Falls of Rough, Ky. 1 1 S you do not see a man actually working on your telephone, it does not mean that you are not receiving proper attention. Maysville From 300 to 400 boys whose ages range from 15 to 17, huve been employed after school hours al the tobacco warehouses placing tobac co on the sticks to be hung up. They received 10 cunts an hour and worked until 9 o'clock at night. Shelhyvllle. Matthew Riddell, 61 years old, a farmer living east ol town, and an unidentified white man, apparently 40 years old, were killed when a train struck a vehicle in which they were riding at crossing four miles east. Henderson. During an argument between Heaverln Storm, a stemming bosH at the Imperial stemming factory, and Reed Hall, a negro laborer, Storm was tabbed through the neck from behind. He was taken to the hospital, where eight stitches were required to close the wound. Adminietra-to-r John K. Macdonald, Jr., has suspended the license of W. H. Winter, a baker and restaurant owner, for 48 board, in the cable or at any one of several other places. Two or three men may be at work hunting it down. The difficulty may be at the switch- I GREEN It is always our first consideration to clear troubles promptly. W htn you TeUpbom Smile DR.. W. B. TAYLOR- ...PERMANENT... Office Paducah District Food CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated CHAS. HAM BY, Manager, Cloverport, Ky. DENTIST Hun: ftft!V us , Inl-tt- u, K. hours for alleged violation of rules of the Food Administration. Better let print that stationery for you now; price right LonoLive TheKi PRIMARY ROBERTS CHAPTER I. WEB)jhn cvrvf-'rrffr- , 17. by were omy three short minutes, before. As the early spring twilight fell, the gns lamps along the nllee, always burn ing, made a twin row of pale stars ahead. At the end, even as the wan-- , derer gazed, he saw myriads of tiny red, white, and blue lights, rising high In the air, outlining the crags and peaks of the sheet Iron mountain which was his destination. The land of desire was very near! There came to his ears, too, the occasional rumble that told of some pal" pitating soul being at that moment hurled and twisted and Joyously thrilled, as per the lleutennnt's description. Now It Is a strange thing, but true, that one does not reach the land of J The Crown Prince Runt Away. The Crown Prince sat In the royal box and swung his legs. This waa hardly princely, hut the roynl legs did not quite reach the floor from the high crimson-velve- t seat of his chair. Prince Ferdinand William Otto was bored. Ills royal rohes, consisting of a pair of blue serge trousers, a short Eton Jacket, and n stiff, rolling collar of white linen, Irked him. He hnd been brought to the opern house under n misapprehension. His nunt, the Archduchess Annunclatn, had strongly advocated "The Flying Dutchman," and his English governess. Miss Brolthwalte, hnd read him some Inspiring llternture nbout It. So here he wns, and the Flying Dutchman was not ghostly nt nil. nor did It fly. And Instead of flying, after dreary eons of singing. It wns moved off on creaky rollers by men whose shndows were thrown grotesquely on the sea backing. The orchestrn. assisted by n bass solo and Intermittent thunder in the wings, wns making a deafening din. One of the shadows on the sen backing took ont Its handkerchief and wiped Its nose. Prince Ferdinand William Otto look ed across at the other royal box, and caught his Cousin Hertwlg's eye. sne bIro had seen the hnndkercnter ; sne ook out her own scrnp of linen, and 'men. Her mim eked the shadow, Rovnl nichness the Archduchess An- nnnclatn being occupied with the storm, she winked ncross nt Prince Ferdinand William Otto. In the opposite box were his two cousins, the Princesses Hedwlg and Hilda, attended by Hedwig's lady In waiting. Hedwlg wns eighteen. The rown prince liked Hedwlg better than Hilda. Although she had been IntroChristmas-ev- If to at. etch his legs by walking ten feet up the corridor nnd back, he passed the dressing room door. Another moment, and he wns out of sight around n bend of the pnssngeway, and before him lay liberty. Not quite! At the top of the private staircase reserved for the royal family a guard commonly stood. He had moved n few feet from his post, however, and was watching the stuge door of a private through the half-opeloge. Otto Prince Ferdinand William passed behind him with outward calmness. At the top of the public stairHere, case, however, he hesitated. offeverywhere, were icials of the opera house. A gnrderobe The womnn stnred nt him curiously. little prince looked nt the woman with appeal in his eyes. Then, with his heart thumping, he run past her, down the white marble staircase, to where the great doors promised liberty. Olga, the wardrobe woman, came out from behind her counter und stood looking down the marble staircase after the small flying figure. The old soldier who rented opera glasses at the second landing, and who had left a leg In Bosnia, lenned over the railing. "Look at that!" he ex claimed. "He will break a leg, the young rascal ! Once I could have but there, he is safe! The good God watches over fools and children." "It looked like the little prince," said the wardrobe woman. "I have seen him often he hus the same bright n brass-buttone- d desire alone; because the hnlf of plensure Is the sharing of It with some one else, and the land of desire, alone, Is not the land of desire at all. Quite suddenly. Prince Ferdinand William Otto discovered thnt he was lonely. At that moment there was a soft whirring off to one side of him, nnd a yellow bird, rising and falling erratically on the breeze, careened suddenly and fell nt his feet. Prince Ferdlnnnd William Otto bent down nnd picked It up. It wns a small toy neroplane, with yellow silk planes, guy ropes of waxed thread, and a wooden rudder. Its motive power vested In n tightly twisted rubber. One Ferdlnnnd of the wings wns bent. William Otto straightened It, nnd looked around for the owner. A small boy was standing under the next ens lamp. "Gee!" he said In Rncllsh. "Did you see it go that Prince Ferdinand William Otto eyed the stranger. He was nbout his own nge, and wns dressed In n short pnlr of corduroy trousers, much bloomed at the knee, a pair of yellow Russia leather shoes that reached well to his time?" on a trestle, with the city far benenth them, and only the red, white, and blue lights for company; und Into a tunnel. filled with roaring noises and swift- moving shndows. Then came the end of all things a flying leap down, a delirious thrill, an up ward sweep Just as the stniln was too great for endurance. Above the roaring of the wind In their enrs, neither child had heard the flying feet of a dozen horses coming down the nllee. They never knew thnt a hatless young lieutenant, white-lippewith fenr. hnd checked his horse to Its haunches nt the ticket booth, and demanded to know who was In the land of desire. "Only the son of the manager, nnd a boy friend of his," replied Billy Grimm, In what he called the lingo of the country. "What's wrong? Lost anybody?" But Hedwig's lieutenant hnd wheeled his horse without a word, nnd. Jumping him over the hedge of the nllee, wns off In a despairing search of the outskirts of the park, followed by his heart-breakin- IMPORTANT NOTICE!" Change In Schedule L., H. & ST. L. Ry. Effective Sunday. February 10, 1918 Train Train F.vansville Accommodation, will leave Cloverport nt 0:40 p m. St. Louis Kxnress, will leave Cloverport at m37 147. Accommodation, leaves Shops at 7:00 p. m. Writ will be Doted that ttnit s I41 and I45 leave earlier than before. I4H, I ("i, P- - Tfail L. E. M. WOMACK, G. P. A. cavalrymen. As the last horse lenped the hedge and disappeared, the car came to a stop nt the platform. Quivering. Prince Ferdlnnnd William Otto readied down for the despised hat. "Would you like to go around ngaln?" nsked Bobby, quite casually. His highness gasped with Joy. "If If you would be so kind !" he said. And at the lordly wave of Bobby's hand, the car moved on. Clubbing Rates!) Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridcrc News $1.00 1.50 $2.50 (Continued next week). Both 1 Year for $2.25 $3.00 .50 1.50 $5.00 LETTERS THAT WILL MAKE AN EDITOR SMILE Doing Good Work Cttstou, Ky., Feb. 2", I9I8. Friend Babbagl I Boclo d find my check for renewal of your good country paper. I would have sent it sooner hut I have been busy saving lambs. At present I have forty three several came during that severe weather when the mecury registered 18 below zero and I never lost a one but since then have lost three. And right here let me say to you that it only takes two things in saving lambs; first, know how; second, work incessantly. I am so glad to see your good paper take so much interest in what the farmers are doing. Will write more next time Yours H. L Bell until death, Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News All For Only $4.00 Send Your Subscriptions to duced formally to the court at the e ball, and hnd been duly presented by her grandfather, the king, with the usunl string of pearls and her own carriage, she still ran off now and then to have tea with the crown prince and Miss Brnlthwalte In the school room nt the palace ; and she could eat a great deal of bread and bnt-ter. The crown prince yawned, although It wns nut tne nunoie or ine aiier- oon. Catching Hedwig's eye, he ran 'his fingers up through his thick yellow hair and grinned. Hedwlg blushed. 8he had confided to him once, while they were walking In the gnrden at the summer palace, that she was thinking of being In love with a young lieutenant who was attached to the king's suite. The prince who was called Otto, for short, by the family, because he actually had eleven names the prince had been much Interested. For some time afterward he had bothered Miss Brnlthwnite to define being In love, but he had had no really satisfactory answer. In pursunnce of his quest for Information, he had grown quite friendly with the young officer, whose name was Larlsch, and had finally asked to bave him ride with him at the royal riding school. The grim old king had granted the request, but It had been quite fruitless so far after all. Lieutenant Larlsch only grew quite red as to the ears when love was mentioned, although he appeared not unwilling to hear Hedwig's name. So now Ferdinand William Otto ran his fingers through his fair hair, which was a favorite gesture of the lieutenant's, and Hedwlg blushed. The archduchess, sitting well back, was nodding. Just outside the royal box, on the red velvet sofa, General Mettllch, who was the chancellor, and had come because he had been invited and stayed outside because he aald he liked to hear music, not see It, was sound asleep. His martial bosom, with Its gold braid, was rising and falling peacefully. Beside him lay the prince's crown, a small black derby hat. Prince Ferdinand William Otto considered It all very wearisome. If one could only wander around the corridor or buy a sandwich from the stand at the foot of the great staircase or, better still, if one could only get to the Street, alone, and purchase one of the fig women that Miss Brnlthwalte so despised ! The crown prince felt in hla pocket, where his week's allowance of pocket money lay comfortably untouched. He meditated. He could go out quickly, und be back before they knew It. Eveu if he only wandered about the corridor, it would stretch his short legs. And outside It was a fine duy. It looked already like spring. With the trepidation of a canary who finds his cage door open, and, hopping to the threshold, surveys the world before veuturing to explore It, Prince Ferdinand William Otto rose to bis feet, tiptoed past the Auuuuciuta, who did not move, and looked around him from the door- Arch-dsche- ss way. He picked up his hat aud concealed It h hla side. Then uoucluiluatJy, as hair." man was not But the opera-glas- s listening. He had drawn a long sausage from one pocket and a roll from the other, and now, retiring to a far window, he stood placidly eating a bite of sausage, a bite of bread. Ills mind was in Bosnin, with his leg. And because old Adelbcrt's mind wns In Bosnin, nnd because one hears with the mind, and not with the ear, he did not hear the sharp question of the sentry who ran down the stairs and paused for a second at the cloak-rooWell for Olga, too, that old Adelbert did not hear her reply. "He has not passed here," she said, with wide and honest eyes, but with "An old an ear toward old Adelbert. gentleman came a moment ago and got a sandwich, which he hnd left in his overcoat. Perhaps this is whom you are seeking?" The sentry cursed, and ran down the staircase, the nails In his shoes striking sharply on the marble. Olga of the cloak room leaned over her checks, with her Hps curved up in a smile. "The little one !" she thought. "And such courage I He will make a great king Let blm have his prank like the other children, and God bless him and keep him I" The crown prince was Just a trifle dazzled by the brilliance of his success. He paused for one breathless e moment under the of the opera house ; then he took a long breath, turned to the left ; and was at once swallowed up In the street crowd. It seemed very strange to him. Not that he was unaccustomed to crowds. Had he not, that very Christmas, gone shopping In the city, accompanied only by one of his tutors and Miss Bralth-waitand bought for his grandfather, the king, a burnt wood box, which might hold either neckties or gloves, and for his cousins silver photograph frames T But this was different, and for a rather peculiar reason. Prince Ferdinand William Otto had never seen the back of a crowd ! The public was always lined up, facing him, smiling and bowing and him. Prince Ferdinand William Otto had never known the backs could be so rigid. It was most Interesting. The next tour was full of remarkable things. For one, he dodged behind a street car and was almost run over by a taxlcab. The policeman on the corner came out, and taking Ferdinand William Otto by the shoulder, gave blm a talking to and a shaking. Ferdinand William Otto was furious, but policy kept him silent ; which proves conclusively that the crown prince had not only Initiative witness and dihis flight but plomacy. Lucky country, to have In prospect such a king I Prince Ferdinand William Otto had the fulfillment of a greut desire in his small, active mind. This was nothing less than a ride on the American scenic railroad, which had secured a concession in u far corner of the park. Hedwig's lieutenant hud described it to him how one was taken in a smull car to a dizzy height, and then turned loose on a track which dropped giddily and rose again, which hurled one through sbeet-lrotunnels of Incredible blackness, thrust one out over u gorge, w hirled one In mad curves urouud corners of precipitous heights, aud finally landed one, punting, breathless, shocked, and reeling, but safe, at the very platform where one had purchased one's ticket three eternities, which ! porte-cochere, g self-contru The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. Another New Subscriber Axtel, Ky , Feb 23, I9I8. Mr. Jno. 1). Habbage, Cloverpqrl, Ky., Dear Sir: I'lease find enclosed a check for which LOUISVILLE S6.00 COURIER-JOURNAL Daily by Mail (Not Sunday) r n f Timer "Gee! Did You See It Go That please send me the Breckenridge News for one year, begining with next week's issue Thanking you in advance. Respectfully, Mrs. J. C. Mattingly. AND calves, and, over all, a shaggy white sweater, rolling almost to his chin. On the very back of his head he had tht smallest cap that Prince Ferdlnnnd William Otto had ever seen. "This Is the best time for flying,' he said, in his perfect English. "Al the exhibition flights are at sundown." The boy walked slowly over and stood looking down nt him. "You oughl to see It fly from the top of Plke't Peak!" he remarked. He hud caught sight of the despised derby, and hia eyes widened, but with Instinctive good breeding he Ignored It. "That's Pike's Peak up there." He Indicated the very top of the land of desire. The prince stared up. "How does one get up?" he queried, "Ladders. My father's the manager. He lets me up sometimes." Otto Prince Ferdinand William stared with new awe at the boy. He found the fact much more remarkable thun If the stranger had stated that his father was the king of England. Kings were, as you may say, directly In Prince Ferdinand William Otto's line, but scenic railroads "I had thought of taking a Journey on It," he said, after a second's reflection. "Do you think your father will sell me a ticket 7" Til go with "Billy Grimm will. you." Renewal Klizabethfown, Ky., Feb. 2I , I9I8. Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky., Dear Sir: The enclosed check will entitle me to 52 copies of the News. Yours C. E. Keith. truly, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Your Home Paper and the Best Known Daily Newspaper of this section. Subscriber for Forty Years. An Excellent Combination! S The Webster, Ky., Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky., Dear Mr. Babbage: We send check for $4.00 for which please extend our subscription for News one Subscription orders at this combined rate may be year continue tbe Post and Home aud Breckenridge News sent to the office of Farm one year. We got these papers through you last year. I'lease notify or to Henry Penner, the Courier-Journ- al the Louisville Post at once as we have Agent, Cloverport, Ky. waited too long, our time expires today the News is not out until May i". Think you are giving us a good paper much news from the county which we are glad to hear. Your friend, my time expires Mar. I. Please rush day in Irvington T. B Henderson & Son. Jess Hardaway of Louisville, is visit, them up. With best wisher to self and Txuy, ing his sister, Mrs. C. I). Hardaway and family. Wants the News W. H. Gibsou. Mr. Hardaway. Because It's Good. News Sells 'em. The prince rose with alacrity. Then he stopped. He must, of course, ask the strange boy to be his guest. But two tickets! Perhaps bis allowance was not sufficient. "I must see first how much It costs," he said with dignity. The other boy laughed. "Oh, gee I You come with me. It won't cost anything," he said, and led the way toward the towering lights. For Bobby Thorpe to bring a small boy to ride with him was an everyday affair. Billy Grimm, at the ticket window, hardly glanced at the boy who stood, trembling with anticipation, In the shadow of the booth. The car came, and they climbed In. Perhaps, as they moved off, Prince Ferdlnnnd William Otto had a qualm, occasioned by the remembrance of the IpgH.i) laid who hud met- - an untimely end; but If he did, he plucklly hid it. Temple, Okla., 2l, 1018 Mr J D McQuady, Ky., Feb. 35, IO18 Mr J. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky , Friend John: I'lease discon1). Babbage, Dear Sir: I am now sending check for Brecken-ridgtinue my chicken ad in your paper. I tried the Record-Presone News, year because I was told it gave more Please find enclosed check for same. local news than the Breckeuridge News Have sold all I care to sell. Yours truly, John T. Bryant. it did for a while, but 1 now want the News. Yours Respectfully, Henry Harued. BEWLEYV1LLE e s A "Dollars" Worth ot News. that, you're perfectly safe." Prince Ferdinund WllllUHi Otto divined that this referred to his hat, ami drew u smull breuth of relief. And then they were off, up an endless, clicking roudwuy, where at the top the car hung for a breathless second over the gulf below; then, fairly launched, out "Put your lid on the floor of the car," suld Bobby Thorpe, depositing his own atom there. "Father says. If you do Carl Carter after spending some time here with relatives and friends has re turned to tin home in Iowa very much to the regret of the young folks. Rev. P. II. Kyau filled his regular appointment here Sunday. in Mrs. K. J. Cain spent last wet-Frankfort the guest of Rep. R. J Cain Hon. Cain returning home Saturday. accompanied Mrs. Cain home for the week end. Executrix Notice. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wilson, Basin too. Wants Home Paper Spring attended church here Sunday All prisons having claims against of Mi and Mrs. Prospect, Ky., Feb. 27, I9IS Mr. J. and were dinner guests th eatat. of Frank Krai., decay.. T. Stith. Dear I), liabbage, Cloverport, Ky ed, are uotiiied to present same It lend: 1 see you are agent for the The school at this place after having duly pruv.n, as r.quircd by law, to Daily Courier Journal so find enclosed been closed for some time 011 account of the undersigned at her residence on or check (16.00) six dollars for which semi measles aud bail weather is progressing bafore March 8, 1918. me the Daily Courier Jourua) and our nicely again under Miss liulah 1'ayne as Cornells, W. Fraize, Ei.cutrlx. home paper, the Breckeuringe News for teacher. There are several children out one year. I want both to begin March aide of the district attending school here. Mr. aud Mrs. C. U. Drury spent Mon Subscribe now for the lit, I bave been taking the Courier aud livansville, lud., Feb. 26, 191. J, I). Babbage, Cloverport, Ky., Dear Sir: I'lease send me a dollars worth of the the News to 4I4 South ('.annum, St. Kvansville, lud. I have been at the head of the Central Produce Company for the past I4 months have made a little money but find it Luck to you, sailing at present. O. W. Sanders. , David Hardaway after spending last week in Brandenburg the guest of his brother, I'aul Hardaway has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Blanford were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hardaway Sunday. Miss Kvelyu Gross who is attending school in Irvington spent the week end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Chas Gross. Master James Henry Gross of near Rosetta is the guest of his grandparents. Dr. and Mrs J. M. Walker last week. Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. Couiptou spent Sunday the guest of their daughter, Mrs. Guy Bandy and Mr. Bandy. Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Scott and Miss Thelinu l'rauk of Stilus Valley atteuded church here Sunday. Miss Wilda Triplett is attending school at Bowling ('. reeu. News FALSE RUMORS SHAKE BRITAIN HARDINSBURG Rev Phillips Ryan, IrvinRton, was a While visitor in town last Thursday t here he attended the revival meeting church, South. the M. A. B. SKILLMAIM, Judge J. R Layman, Klizabethtown, Irresponsible Talk Is the Worst was here lust week and finished trying Form of Enemy Prosome cases that were left from Circuit Court paganda. WE Andrew Klder has gone to Anchorage Mrs. Klder will go to accept a position. PEACE BERLIN later. BRIBE TO Attorney Claude Mercer was in Clover-por- t Mrs. J. tt Vogel entertained at "oOO,'' Friday on legal business. Friday, from 2:30 to 4:30, in honor of County Clerk A. T. Heard made a busi- Mrs, Haul Wilson. Those present: MesThousand Asses Loaded With Pure ness trip to Fordsville last week. Gold Reported to Be Sent Wild dames Fred Hrite, W. It. Taylor, Adele Tale of Fight Between Two Mr. and Mrs. I 1 Reeves have gone Coniiiff, A. T. Adkins, Virgil Hrite, J Kiltie Regiment. to St. Loan for a stay while Mr Reeves I) Ashcraft, N, Gardner. M la the house getting out his spring Handy, Margaret Conn IT and Mr.ry London. The most (lcurtlv form of town Henry. tuples and meeting the out-o- f iermnn propHKiiniln In Oreiit Hrllnln merchants. James Skillnian has gone to Holt to today la the month to mouth rumor. Mrs. Willis, frvington, is the guest of study farming. , Wherever one hops, In cluhs or Mrs W. J. I'iggott is in Louisville at the theater or In the railway Mrs. "L ull" t'.arne cnr, one's pence of mind will he to attend a missionaty meeting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson. Irvington, shuttered by some kindly MM were visitors in town last Irvington citiz 11s in Louisville last strnnper. Satu nlav. week: MaadaaMI Addie Hrown, K. The keep of the London Tower hits 2-GMrs. Lucy I.eGrand, Garfield, was the Alexander, J. T. Johnson, Misses Ruby hern overcrowded with riddled corpse last wi ck of her aunt, Mrs. I) I). Haynes Hook, Helen Hoard and Mary to n positively unsnnltnry degree. Now im-sHrown, James Henidon and Roland It will he nn nlrinim of worldwide re- Dowel), and Mr. Duwell. r nown. The next rhiy nn Miss Anna I.ee Hishop returned home Smith. of the rciiltii will toi the line Miss Mrs Pomp McCoy, Louisvil e, is at from Chicago Saturday night him; Klnc tieoru'e will have his DHhon bat gotten all of the spring It ks the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Nannie OUUMata extraction llutiK In his teeth, in millinery. Handy. Had an minister receive the Hen Clarkson, Hig Spring, was in town Mrs. H M. Heard has returned from a welcome news that he has sold the Saturday. eountry to save his financial interests hopping trip ill Louisville. Your true in the enemy's eountry. P. Payne is in Louisville Mrs. M Mrs Lee I'.ishop and Miss Anna Lee propagandist Is no respector of per- Hishop are the busiest people in town. studying millinery itemi. sons. They are putting in every minute of Mrs. Sapp has purchased Judge S. P. Of Eastern Origin. Heard Payne's property on Main street. their time getting ready for H. There wns one story of distinct East-r- 5c Co.'s opening, which will be March The committees are busy distributing origin. Great Britain, ran the and 16th. Miss Hishop had a iium- - pledge cards for the 1" S Food Adminhumor hy way of kindly neutrals, had loth sent a thousand asses laden with pure tf of positions offered her hut she pre istration. gold as a peace hrihe to Horlln. A later ferred to remain at home. will Miss Mamie Pate, Owensboro, effort, told with due pathos and draRev. C. V. Wimberly, D I) , Louis spend Thursday with Mrs J. F". Vogel. matic effect, concerned the hiss of a villa, lectured at the M. B Church, Dr and Mrs W. H Taylor were the large American transport, which had South, Thursday night, on "When and guests of Mr and Mrs. J. I). Ashcraft, been sent down hy a German How Will This War Knd?" The subject with a total loss of life and material. naturally attracted a large audience Sunday The rumor was common property, with, The School Improvement League will perhaps, the possible exception of the Rev. Wimberly is an attractive speaker meet Wednesday afternoon at the school He told of the many prophecies that have American naval authorities. building. "Thousands of Woolwich arsenal leen fulfilled. He thinks it will be a ong time before that War will end. The Methodist missionary society met workers, unable to obtain food, were rioting furiously, and the troops had C E, Haswell, Louisville, was the Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. to be CHlled out, was the preface guest of bis father, Mr. John 1. Haswe 1, J. M. Herndon. to another. Inquiry showi the case last Saturday. Mrs. J D Ashcraft entertained a num to be that of a woman of inebriate Mrs. Walter Hrown and baby, of ber of friends to a 00 party on Monday linhlts and revolutionary tendencies, a afternoon from 2 to.") o'clock. misapprehension with a local police Woodrow, are the guests of her mother, constable and a sympathetic crowd, Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe. hungry and disappointed, supplied the Mrs. Joe l'otts lias been the guest of McQUADY necessary background and climax. her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Smith. Another case was that of two kiltie Mr. and Mrs Shelby Tucker and Miss J. A. Marshall, Hardinsburg, has acregiments. The Highlanders, holdshop- cepted a position with Wm. Davis ing the left flank of u big advance Mav Pile, Harned, were in town, movement, were to have been sup- ping, Saturday. Murray Laslie, Sample, entered school ported at 5 a. m. of a freezing winter Mr I. Payne, Clarkson, came to at- here last week. morning by the Black Watch. The tend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. T. C. Miss Fell Sheeran was in Hardinsburg latter failed to put In an appearance. Lewis. last Saturday. sadly mauled by The Highlanders, Rev. James V. Norman spent Sjnday shrapnel and machine guns, returned The following were in Hardinsburg on to rest billets at quarter strength and in Louisville, business last Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. G .swearing vengeance dire. On the road Mrs. Kirhy Smith and Mrs Will A Wright, Rev. Knue, Dick Heavin, the Black Watch was encountered. of Fkron. have been guests of their Miss Ruth Dowell and Ambrose Mudd For ti Willi he two battalions seL uhout sister, .Mrs. J. C. Lewis. Marvin Shrewsbury, Louisville, is the one another with their dirks and Rev. Wimberly pteiched to the High guest of his mother. lenvlnp the dead and dying hy This Schoo' Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the FMchilda in the hundreds. There is talk of organizing a Red Cross tlit school going in a body to the church society at this place. stoiy to the troops individually proved extremely acceptable Mr. Habbage was here last Saturday. from Its humorous element ulone. IRVINGTON Owen Hates was examined by the Lo cal Hoard last Saturday CUTS COST OF CHILD BIRTH Miss Fettie Davis, of Harned. is visit- Mrs. Kiit'enia Kessler. Louisville, and relatives here Association in Boston Reduces Price Ivcsslcr Kirtlev. Klizahethtov.il. visited of Bringing Babies Into the The roads in this community are in a Mrs. L. I, Kirtley last week. World to $25. very fair condition on account of having Miss Mary Alexander was in Louis-v- il Horn to the wife of R. D Cain a boy, been dragged. Bottom The cost of bringing babies e last week visiting her aunt, Miss MondaV F'eb 25, Krnest Horton. L. C. Taul, Cloverport, spent a few into the world in Boston has been re- Mary B Alexander. Mr H. S Wi.son left Tuesday for days last week in this community duced to SJR, lloovcrlzution Wilson, Oklahoma, to visit her daughter Guston, is Mrs. Nannie Robertson, .Mrs. William Lowell Putnam, the and buying tobacco. Mrs Ethel Wilson Gill. Her grandson, only woman president of the Americun spending several days with Mr and Mrs. The school will give an entertainment who has been here for some time accom Association for the Study and PrevenA. D Ashcraft. on the 2yt of March. Admission 10 tion of Infant Mortality, has fixed the panied her home. Owen Higgs has accepted a position and 15 cents. price through the establishment of a A. W. F'oote, who has been seriously with Henry Yogt Machine Company, of l Miss Lafie Moorman anil Carroll Jones aial obstetrical clinic. ill for a few davs, is improving. The expectant mother who pays $25 Louisville. of Glen Dean, entered school here Monreceives a preliminary examination by I'liion praver meeting will be held at day. The men are bnsy burning plant beds. a physician with n nurse assisting. the home of Mrs. W. J. Piggott, this eve Miss Hessie Haycraft was the guest of Miss Mattie Hardaway left, Thursday, The woman is visited every ten days ning at 7J0, Miss Louise Haycraft, near Hardinsburg, for Brandenburg, to visit her brother, by a nurse and, after conllnement, reMrs. Foil Rhodes, Medora, visited Mr. the week end. Paul Hardaway, and Mrs Hardaway. ceives the expert attention of the physician and nurse until she Is entire- and Mrs. F, F'. Alexander last week Mi ni.nl is no longer a Hag station as I' L Claycouib finished having his ly recovered. Sireno Winn, Washington, D. C , is it has been put back as a regular stop corn shreaded last week. visiting his father, li. W. Winn. Murray Laslie, who is in school here, Mrs. J. M. Compton surprised her husMrs. James Holin and Miss Reba Hol- spent the week end at home in Sample. band with a fine birthday dinner, Tues"WHEN MULE SETS ON lo spent the week end at Canneltoo. Miss F.lmina Lyons, Hardinsburg, day. The invited guests were: Mr. and MY TUMMY, I'M DONE" Mes.lames Johu Nevitt and liluier spent the week end with her parents. Mrs Guy Handy and sou, Hlihu Bandy, Mr aud Mrs. Carl Compton, aud Mr. King anil Nevitt King visited in Louis Inspector General and three as- and Mrs, Geo. R. Compton. An Camp Sheritlun, Ala. " ville last week. sistants were elected by secret ballot at quoth Stable .Sergeant Mr aud Mrs C. R. Blanford and Mrs. Lou Dowell has sold his home place to the school house last Friday. Miss Le Western, Co. A, lPJth EngiRoy J. Cain and son, Humbert Murray J L Gray. Mr. Gray takes possession una Wheatly, J. 11. Bates, John O'Brien Cain, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. neers, U. S. A. this week. The stable sergeant und u first and Wm. Coonies were election officers. Z. T. Stith, Wednesday. lieutenant were discussing mules Rev. P. H. Ryan was in Hardinsburg, Chas. I'leeson headed the successful The store at this place has been very and other couiputiy ulTulrs. much improved bv the additiou of a new Thursday, to bear Dr. Wimberly, Con- side with Paul Neel, Carl Jolly and glass front. "I don't wuuta be disrespectKvery pupil Taul as assistants. ference F.vaugelist, af Louisville, who is ful, or nothlu'," Western continEdgar Hardaway recently bought a assisting Rev. Johnson iu a series of voted and there was only oue spoiled ued, "but I cau't do nothlu' more C V Kohertsou, meetings. ballot. The teachers had instructed the span of tine mules from thun what I have done to keep Hardinsburg. previous to the election. Miss Mary Handy entertained a num- pupils them mules quiet. I'm u horseMr. aud Mrs W J Stith and children ber of her friends Friday evening. man, I am. I was ruised with Misses Sudie Hates and Judith Hall are were guests of Mr. aod Mrs G. K. hosses. I've rodo so many flossR. N. Hudson spent Saturday with Mr. visiting Mrs. Homer Taul, near Clover-port- , Compton last week. es I'm half buss myself. Hut and Mrs. J K. Sawyer at the home of this week. when It comes to mules. It's difMrs. Hoard. ferent. I Just can't seem to get Mrs. Kenneth Smith and son visited BEWLEYVILLE The used to gctlin' to sleep and then relatives at (iustoii last week about three o'clock having MfM Yet Written Jonas l.jon has bought ... UeiincU's eallope come urouud und m t I P. Hardaway spent Friday iu West farm at Katun Springs. by the moat popular Poittl "li business. down on my stunmiick. I Jut Mr. aud Mrs. G. T. Marshall were iu woman writer of the oue of these can't stand it und Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sipes have gone to Hlialiclulown last week day golii' to gut sore and days I'm Iowa, where they intend to reside iu the ,ii- - Geo. Hoard and son, Dana, spent 111 me u Jackass, If I get court future. Tliey were aceonipaniid by their tile week cud with Mr. and Mrs John murtluled for it." brother, I'.rillin Haulaway, who has Tbtt ii.jiuii.iii withheld tba Livers been spending some time here the guest reprimand he hud been ordered j Rev. II. R. Short, Marion, Ky.. will of his parents, Mr. aud Mrs 1:. H Hardto udmiiilster to tbtt sergcutit boassist Rev. P. H. Ryan iu a revival at away. on! Gompuuy A's mules got inthe Methodist church, beginning March Robert Cox, who went to Camp Tayto a nocturnul argument and 17th. woke up everybody in the lor, and later sent to Texas, has been Don't Fail to Read It! Miss Kvelyu King is visitiug at Lo sent home with an honorable discharge rctto, Ky. on account of poor health. BRECKINRIDGEBANK OF CLOVERPORT President PAUL LEWIS. Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT THE BANK OF SECURITY. I ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits - reslnu-runtH- FOR SALE! ood i chnn-eello- e acres and one of 85 acres. These places join; they will be sold jointly or separately. One tract 167 It is fine Burley tobacco land. The pre5-ro- om Farms-- 2 sent crop sold for $25 per hundred. Well improved, one dwelling, 2 tenant houses and good barn. Well watered. It is situated in one of the best neighborhoods of Breckinridge county, near good school and churches, on a good road; 6 miles to good town and to a railroad station. Price Right and Possession Given at Once. For further particnlars write Fou-she- The Breckenridge News or hay-onei- , d James I HOW D. Seaton ARE YOU Cloverport, Ky. MUCH GOING TO i SAVE? ! pre-nata- If you didn't start a bank account last year, start one now RIGHT Every New Year birngs you one year nearer the time when you wont be able to earn as much as you do now. If you start a bank account now, each New Year will be a happier one and the time will soon come w hen you can stop work and live on your money. NOW. FIRST STATE BANK W. J. PIGGOTT, President J. M. HERNDON, 4C4t : Irvington, Ky. Cashier J. C. PAYNE, - J. D. LYDDAN, Ass't. Cashier "Lis-sen,- fMcQUADY I Toachsrs' Count County Diploma Good Board normal Opens February 25th month 13.00 12.50 a month Or-vil- Students desiring to take County Graduation or Teachers' examination will find our course essential TUITION RATES : at $4.00 wook For further particulars write, phone or see LOGAN HICKERSON, Principal Greatest Story long-eare- d 1c Mary Roberts Rinehart changed almost daily, hut we are today, (Mar. 2) paying the followiug Ear Corn, No. 3, $1.90 prices: " " No. 4, 1.85 Tat market Wanted BALLARD CORN White Corn Ear or Shelled . Our New Serial! Shelled, 5 cents per bushel higher. These prices delivered Louisville. MILLS, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. to