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The Breckenridge news: March 27, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918032701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 27, 1918 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. VOL. XLII ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27, 1918. 8 Pages No. 39 Vote For Better Roads in Breckinridge! Will be an Investment That Will Make Property Double its Value. Voting For the 20 cent Road Tax is Merely IN BOTH SPIRIT AND LETTER CHAMP WHITE SOX IN FABERLESS YEAR TO THE ROAD OVERSEERS OE Saving Your Money. All That is Watch Needed is the Start-T- hen Us Grow. It was said in last weeks article that ours are to day. They a road tax is not a tax hut an investment. whit better than though. Then are we to whine Let us consider a moment why this DID it and say, "but they were better able to statement is true. is eror. It may be stated upon authority that pay" that an wili prove that when Investigation the average rate of valueation for land they started their road systems, they given in for taxation in Breckinridge were in exactly the same position that county is below Ten dollars per acre, but we are to day. purpose of this article we will say for the The START is the all important thing. Well by a that it is Ten dollars per acre Soon after the start is made every body simple calculation we finift hat 20 cents gets too busy at profitable and plesant on the hundred dollars, the proposed work to even stop to think about a matraise in the road tax, would make a rate ter of a little road tax. Yet fellow citiof 2 cents per acre increased in the far zens it was exactly this very little road mer's taxes on his land. Well, then tax that started things to humming, so just point out a farm in this county that that they all got to busy to even stop to would not double in value when a well think about any kind of tax connected hard surfaced road passes When people have good roads, they within even a few miles of it. Then try are to busy to think of small things like of an investment to figure what kind that. So let us stop worring by begin this is. Vote for better ing the stunt right. few cents per acre you roads April 2OU1. Spending a Now double the value of your property. BRECKINRIDGE BOOSTER CLUB, be honest, did you ever in your wildest schemes, find dreams of get rich quick one that was honest and straightforward, Will of Mrs. Sallie that yielded even a small portion of this Gross, Deceased, Prefahulous return for a small investment of funds. We declare to you that sented for Probate. prove that there is not on this earth to day any single investment that The will of Mrs. Sallie Gross deceased will yield a return, not even excepting was lodged in the County Court Monday gold mine bonanzas, any way near as for probate. great as money put into hard surfaced It was a very short instrument of roads, for it is a fact knowu to you all thirty words written with a lead that the increased value in property is pencil on a sheet of note paper with other not all or the only return that comes writings supposed to be a letter from a from an investment put into a road. friend. Just think for a moment ot the amount The will reads: April iO, 19IO. "Josie could be saved in a year, of TIME that has been good to me and I k.iow she if every bit of ) our hauling could be will always be. I want her to have done during weather that would be everything of mine after the Bank debt absolutely lost when you are living on is paid. Signed Sallie Gross. bad roads, simply because of the fact Attorney Claude Mercer presented the is to bad to haul is that weather that writing for probate. County Attorney usually too bad foi one to work at any W. S. Ball asked Mr. Mercer if he was other kind of work. You kuow that familiar with Mrs. Gross' hand writing you can use a hard surfaced road every and he said he was and stated the in hour of the day or night, everyday of strument of writing presented was in her the 365 days in the year. band writing and signed by her. Mr. This saving of time alone will yield a Paul Compton was also examined and return fabulous and in every way abso- said that he was fatnllMar with Mrs. lutely so great as to be inconceivable. Gross' hand writing and that it was her No man could calculate the matter of signature. hugh sums saved in this mater of time, Attorney D. C. Walls objected to the when they can make all deliveries of will being entered and probated. Court products, in time that would otherwise stenographer was called in and the witbe wastea, as has-- been said before on nesses which developed the account of bad weather and bad roads same evidence as above. together, making it usually comming Judge Payne took the matter under too bad to do any kind of farm labor, as advisement and will render his decision it is today we must use pretty weather, later. hours to do hauland precious day-ligSince the above was written Judge ing that could be done on hard surfaced Payne admitted the will to probate and day in the year, and roads, the wont appointed the Bank of Hardinsbury & often even at night. Trust Co., Administrator of the estate But many farmers ae opposed to any with the will annexed. any body find a kind of TAX! Can This appointment was made by the better way? If so, let him come forward written request of Mrs. Josephine for mercy sake at once. For Pumphrey. with it, we are in dire need. But consider this thing a moment. Measure. New Clerks at This is no "Revoloutionary Only a f.w thousand (ten to fifteen) are Confectionery Shop raised by it. But we must learn to walk before we fly. This is a good start Miss Anna Mae Peuner has resigned FORWARD and one that must be made, her position at Cater's Confectionery sometime, then, WHY NOT NOW. aud will leave in a few days for an in What other counties have done, we can definate stay iu Henderson with her can do We are just as well educated grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Penner. and enlightened as were Shelby, JefferMiss Cornelia Mattingly has accepted son and Bourbon counties when they Miss Penner's place. Conley Arnold, began their efforts to get good roads and Lcwisport came Sunday to do the baktheir bone and fibre was uol then one ing for confectionery. stat-fistic- s The Following are Excerpts From the Kentucky Statutes Hn the Road Laws as Effecting the Road Overseers and Prescribing Their Duties. Section, FISCAL COURT MAY REoUIKE MALES To WORK. The Fiscal Court of any county may require all ablebodied male citizens of the county, over the age of eighteen and under fifty years of age, except licensed ministers and citizens of Incorporated towns, to provide themselves with necessary tools and Implements and to work on the public roads of the county, not exceeding TWO DAYS in a week, and SIX DAYS In each year. (Iu case of unusual emergency more. ) Any one assigned to work on a road who shall, without good cause, fail to appear with proper implements and do good work thereon, after having been notified for two days by the officer having supervision of the road, (.The Overseer or the Road Supervisor) or by some one authorized in writing by him to give said notice, shall on conviction be fined for each day he so fails M.M. All such fines shall b used for road purposes. Pursuant to the above the Fiscal Court of Breckinridge by orders duly entered, requires all of said male citizens between the ages of 18 and 50 years, to work not less than four days each year. Section 4:io6q, Provides for the appointment of overseers. The appointment of overseers shall be by order entered in the order book of the court, and the Clerk of said court all within ten days after the entry aforesaid deliver two copies of said order to the sheriff or other officer, one ;f which shall be delivered by the sheriff to the overseer named with a description of The world champion Chicago White Sox suffer least during the coming season in the loss of star players through the army draft, still present Indications are that It will be in the most vital spot the call of Urban "Red" Faber of Cascade. Ia., who last fall pitched tr-of the four victories over the Mcuraw Giants for the big title. Faber has been placed In Class and has announced that he will claim no exemption. r A DEATH CLAIMS Beard-Whi- te Wedding. Death of Dr. Wm. Howard. Chattanooga, Tenn., Mar. 2". (Special) Dr. William Howard, formerly, of MRS. ALICE JOHNSON Wife of L C. Johnson and a Native of Breckinridge County III For Many Months. Four Children Survive. Mrs Alice Johnson, wife of L 0 Johnson passed Into her teward at her late home In the West End of this city March iSlth, after a lingering illnets of conmlications. The funeral was held from the Baptist church, Wednesday afternoon and the remains were interred in the Cloverport cemetery. Rev A. N Couch had charge of the services. Mrs. Johnson was sixty seven years old. She was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Alfred Tata and was born near Stephensport. When she was eighteen years of age she united with the Clover Creek Baptist church and later joined the Hltes Run Baptist church of which she was a faithful member until her death. A good woman and a loving mother has gone Into the great beyond. Beslded her husband, Mrs. Johnson is survived bv four children, W. N, Johnson, Mrs. Chas. Hawkins and Mrs. Vester White of this city and Koy Johnson of Rockport, 1ml., Those who attended the funeral from a distance were: Jno. Johnson, Louisville; Mr. ard Mrs. C. W. Johnson, Evansville; Zennis Frank, Humphrey Marshall and Mrs. Nancy Frank, Hardlnsburg. The latter was with her sister in her last Illness. MERELY COUSINS OF CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard, of Har tiiusbmrg, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Hannah Lucile Beard, to Mr. Cleon B. White, Corporal in Battery E . Field Artillery, Camp Massachusetts. The wedding wi.l take place at the home of the bride's parents, Wednesday afternoon, March 27, I9IS, at 3:1s o'clock. The ceremony will be per. formed in the presence of the two families and a few friends. After the wedding, Corp. While and Mrs. White will leave immediately for Boston, where Mrs. White will remain during Corp. White's stay in camp Before enlisting, Corp. White was the assistant manager af the White Entertainment Bureau, one of the largest entertainment bureau's in the East. He it also a graduate of Dartmouth College and was originally from Boston is a member of a The biidt-dtprominent family in Breckinridge counvery charming perty ami po ,a sonality. She was educated in voice culture at the Boston Conservatory, of Music and for the last two years sre has been doing concert work inchautau qua and lyceum courses under the direction of the White Entertainment Buct Mattingly, Ky., died Friday, March I5 1918, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. H. Howard, of Chattanooga, Tenr. For five weeks he had suffered from pneumonia, which so weakened him that he was overcome by it and peacefully went to sleep from which he never waked. He was laid to rest in the beautiful Forest Hill Cemetery in the shadow of Lookout Mountain. Dr. Howard was J'2 years old. He is survived bv his only daughter, Mrs. Chas. H. Howard, and one grandchild, Julia Eliz ibeth Howard. Surely a good man has been called to his eternal rest. He was born in Breckinridge county and spent his entire life there until about six years ago, when he went to Chattanooga to live. He taught school for a number of years in the region of Bal'. '.own, and practiced medicine at for more than thirty years. He was married to Mary Jane Bates, Feb 19, Mt and she died July ft, I884 Ball-tow- n reau. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Newbauer and Mr. Jasper Newbauer, Louisville da aire to thank their friends in Clover-po- rt for the great klndnets shown them on the day of the burial of their ton aod brother, Chris Newbauer. NO OUTWARD SIGN OF GRIEF Dtimb Agony of Cossack Woman, Taking Leave of Mate, More impressive Than Flow of Tear. Explanation of Biblical Passage That Seem to Say the Redeemer Had Brother and Sisters. To Judge from the passages Matthew 12:44, 46; 13:55, 56; Luke 7:19; St. John 7:3, 5, 10, Christ undoubtedly had brothers and sisters. These passages, are, however, contradicted by others, from which we learn that the pretended brothers of Christ were only his Thus, urcordtng to Luke cousins. 6:15, and John 10:25, James was the son of one Alpheus, or Cleophas, and Mury, the Virgin's sister. From 27:55, and Murk 15:40, we leurn that Joses, or Joseph, was James' brother, and ", according to Luke 6:16, was also Jude. In other passages the fourth pretended brother of Christ In designated by the Jew as the brother of James, Jude and Joes. It Is also claimed, In explanation of this theological puzzle, that the Jews were wont to apply the term brother to cousin, to relative In collateral line, and even to mere friends (Genesis 12:14-20The view that the Mnt-the). above-mentione- d 1 RINGLET BARRED ROCK EGGS Pens headed by Thompson's Imperial cockerels. New stock direct from Thompson every year. Safe arrival and good hatches guaranteed. SKILLMAN, POULTRY FARM DIXIE HILL r. C. fcnglUh Mrs. KENTUCKY personuges were hut Christ' cousins, and not his brother. held by Tertulllun, Orlgen, Ambrosl-us- , Irenaeu and. In fact, by all the Catholic church; also prominent protestants (Grotlua, Calvin, etc.) Yale Review. share In It. It was the square of Yurlevets (on the Volgu) that one of those tragic fragment which life casts up like driftwood was flung at our feet. A g Co.ssuck's of his mate ; that was all, a million times repeated in a million different Izbus, In that one .summer. But It was more symbol of woman's ancient und inurtlculale grief. These haw led and booted women of the North are too burdened with eurth's sorrow to weep; they are like dumb cuttle In their woe. The soldier himself u as openly wiping his eye on his coarse, dusty, brown Hleevc, while under both arms he clutched absurdly two enormous loaves of bluck bread. A dingy little child in Its mother's urms fluttered uncomprehending hands in the direction of the steamer; but from gray-eyewoman the there wns no sign. She neither touched her mnn In farewell, nor offered any of those small caresses by which we seek to mitigate our grief. The sullen silence of the North hud luld It finger upon her, but her eyes followed her mute with the wild, .unreusonuble grief of the forest sprung. She stood still lug, unaware of the baby In her arm, while the steamer moved slowly oat Into the gruy iLists. Long after dusk hud closed down, I could see her face struiulng In the gloaming like a mask of dejpalr Olive Gtlbreath In the leave-tuklnMongol-cheeked the road. The said overseer shall be exempt from service ou Juries ar.d from poll tax for road and bridge purposes; AND FOH FAILURE To PREFORM THE With the Home Boys in Service. DUTIES REQUIRED OF HEKEIN THEM SHALL FOR EACH OFFENSE Stephensport, Ky. Mar. 16. (Special) BE FINED FROM FIVE DOLLARS James E. Kissam, Co. L., 10th U. S. TO TWENTYFIVE DOLLARS, either I uft.. has been sent to Augusta, Ga,, by warrant or by indictment. has been transferred to the Signal Corps Section 435'lr, The duties of the over-- s as wirelessoperator. Hesaystnis uiear.s ers shall be as follows: In countlea France, later. His health is good and wherein the roads are worked by hands he is looking fine. He stopped off at allotted as hereinbefore provided, the Sommerset to see his home folks on his overseers shall have charge of the way to Georgia. roads and bridges in their respective) precincts, superintend and direct said Irvington. Ky.. Mar. 25. (Special). When the first Hun raid was made on work, and keep the roads and bridgea the American trenches, last November, free ot obstruction and in good condiHoyt Decker, of Viucinnes, Intl., a tion for travel. And shall report to the nearest Justnephew of Mrs. Asia Hardin, of Lodi- burg, was taken prisoner. Word lias ice cf Peace or to the County Judge been received from the young patiiot, any failure or refusal of the hands on who is confined in a German prison his road to appear and do good work camp ou the Baltic Sea, that he is well in obedience to his summons, and the and that he and his companions in mis- length of time of such failure. It will be seen from the foregoing fortune are being given many attentions through the Red Cross and that they that certain duties are imposed on all are glad they had the chare to strike overseers and that a penalty of from $3 a blow for liberty and humanity. The to - tine is imposed for each failure, National Chairman of the Red Cross which may be recovered either by warhas written to private Decker's father rant or indictment. It will also be assuring him that the Red Cross will seen that for each days failure of any continue to send comforts to brave boys road hand to appear and do good work who have given themselves in a great there is a penalty of $2.50 fine. As County Attorney, I now promise cause. Every bit of help given the Red Cross means comforts for uur boys that I shall do my best to have said penalty levied in every case of failure which they might otherwise lack. either of a road hand or an overseer. W. SHERMAN BALL. A Number One Post Office. County Atty. In addition to the new 1'. O. boxes, Visiting at Her Old Home. recently installed, the local post office has been newly papered and the wood Mr. Crafford Pat of Wabash work varnished. Several new electric lights have been added which makes Island, is visiting her old home after an absence of four years. Ouita an Cloverport have a number one oftice. enjoyable day was spent on Mar. 17th, at the home of her mother, Mr. Cab Card of Thanks. rlella Pate. Those present were: Mrs. Gabrlella Pate and son, Wave Pate; Wintleld We deair to thank our good neigh- Forrest Pate and son, Lewi bor and friends who were o exceed- Pate and family; Mason Hawkins and ingly kind and unselfish with their family; Shelby Pate and wife; W. O. many attentions during the Ulnea and Pate and children; Mr. Crafford Pate and children, Paul and Camillu death of our wife and mother. L. C. Johnson and children. ItlKIMt MHMMimt'M IIIMIfllllllltMllllltnKKMmTtllMHIIfKmiimitlHU FEDERAL INCOME HELPED DIM A IN If We Admit It TAXJN The Requirements for Busy Folks. Retnrns must be BRIEF WEEK'S TIME We know that wo were not the first nor t lie last to grind a lens or to manufacture a pair of glasses in the City of You Should Know Where To Buy! Here is a small summary of the lines we carry in stock. information when you need anything therein. It is Practically Well of Rheumatism Boiled Down Since Taking New Tanlac Radium Treatment. When E. E Simmons, .W3O Wood-burAve,, Evanston, Cincinnati started n for your Moil on or beforo Hardware Wagons Buggies Wagon and Buggy Harness House and Barn Paint All Kinds Roofing April 1, 1918. Tax due mny be pnld now or on or before .Tune 15, 1018. If yon were single nnd your net come for must file If you wife (or come of must file n uking Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment a week ago he was down in bed and had beeu for I ix weeks Today he is up and around; doesn't Louisville, Building Paper Wall Plaster Lime and Cement In- Salt 1017 whs $1.1)00 or more you return. were mnrrled and living wltb hnsbnnd) nnd had n net In$2.(100 or more for 1017 you a return. Husband's nail wife's Income must be considered Jointly, plus Income of minor cblldren. Income of a minor or Incompetent, derived from a separate estate, must be rejiorted by his legal NfcNMHS-tlve- . Severe prnallles are provided for iliosc vi ho MglMl or evade tit law. For false or fraudulent return there Is n penalty not exceeding $2,0110 fine or cai's Imprisonment, or both, plus 108 per cent of tax. For failure to make return on or before April 1, 101S, fine Is from $20 to $1,000, plus TiO per cent, of tax due. Ilotnrns must be tiled with the Collector of Internal ltevenue of dislriei In which you live. An agenl may file return for a person who is III. absent from the country or otherwise Incapacitated, BaCB return must be slimed anil Wan or a rmed by person executing It. Single- persons nre allowed $1,000 exemption In computing normal tax. A married person living with wife (or husband) is allowed $2,000 exemption, plus 9900 for each dependent Child undct IS. A head of family, though single, is allowed $2,(MK) exemption If actually UppOfttafl one or more relatives. Returns sjntl show the entire nmotuit of earnings, gains and profits received during the year. Officials and employs! are not taxa Ma on Hie salaries or wages received from a stale, county, city or town In the United states. Interest on stale nnd municipal bonds issued within Ibe U. S. Is exempt from federal income tax and should he Omitted. Interest on tTnlted Stntes government bonds is also exempt, except on Individual holdings Of Liberty Fours In excess of gS.OOO par value. Dividends are not subject to normal tax, but must be reported and Included In net Income. Cifts ami legacies are not Income and should not he included on the return of the beneficiary, Ufa insurance received ns a beneficiary or as premiums paid bad; at maturity or surrender of policy Is not Income. Payments received for renl or property sold is not income, but the profit realized thereon is income for the year of sale. Amounts received in payment of notes or mortgages is not Income, but the interest on such notes or mortgages is taxable income. From the entire gross Income certain allowances are made In arriving at the net income. Necessary expenses actually paid In the conduct of business, trade o.r profession may be claimed. A farmer can claim payments for labor, seed, fertiliser, stock feed, repairs on buildings, except bis dwelling; repairs of fences and farm machinery, materials and small tools for Immedi111 per-aon- suffer any at all from rheumatism pains and says he is going back to work soon. He gives Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment all the credit for his remarkable improvement. "My rheumatism got so bad that had to quit work and the last six weeks I havt-n'even been able to get out of "I had aches bed," said Mr. Sam-'on- s. .ind pains and twinges all over mv body The pains were worse in my left side. They'd start iu my hip and run down my leg. "I tried everything but nothing he p- ed me. "1 read in the paper.' about Tiiolac Rheumatism Treatment and sent my wife for a bottle. That was just a wetk ago today aud in just one week Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment has improved me so much that I'm up cut of bed; all the aches and pains and twinges have entirely, and my limbs disappeared don't hurt me a bit any more. "The radium emanations in Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment certainly do the work. I'm practically a well man and I surely want to recommend this medicine to everybody suffering from 1 t Bu- tIt he wise to have us make yours. would Furniture Rugs Garden Seed Field Seeds Binders and Mowers Gasoline Every Description of Machinery We also carry in stock anything you want in the HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT LINE Don't he hothered with delay in ordering. Come to see me and I will sell you hetter goods for less money than you can get elsewhere. Come and see for yourself, and I "The best you can get nrr tip only safe kind to irear" will guarantee you satisfaction or refund your, money. J. SSSsggg D. ASHCRAFT, r. Irvington, Ky. ggggpgffggaa m tfa n n The Ball Optical Co., 613 South Fourth Avenue Louisville, -: Kentucky I WILSON'S BIG STORE, I f j I a I I NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION of New Calicoes, Ginghams, Percales, Beautiful Notice is hereby given to the voters complaint. You can get Tanlac RheuBreckenridge county, Kentucky, matic Tieitment at any good drugstore of Silks and Suitings a epecial e'ectioo will be held in where you get Tanlac, the famous that county on Saturday, April 20th, said tonic. This line shows an assortment equal to any found in the big city department IO18, between the hours of 6 A. M. and 4 I'. M. for the purpose of taking the stores. No use for you to go away from home to do your shopping. Do it at sense of the voters as to whether or . home save money and time. FARMERS ATTENTION not they are in favor of the levy of a special tax for building and constructOur line is complete in all departments. We buy your produce and give you ing permanent roads in Breckinridge market price either in trade or cash. 2,000 dozen eggs bought and sold last week Seed Corn Situation Alarming county, of 2 cents on the one hundred v 1 11 ..L ? .1 .1 vve nesiaes otner produce, nr ouy anyining you nave 10 sen. wurs is tne store County Agent Will Test Seed ($100) dollars worth of. taxable property, which is subject ta local taxation that gives you service and fair treatment why not trade with us and help win the Corn If It is Sent To Him. annually for a period of ten (10) years, war? as provided in Chapter 2 of the acts of the Special Session of the Kentucky To All Farmer.-- : Having made a latge number of tests legislature in I91 7 The Big Said election to be held and conduct- of seed corn from all parts of the coun tv and Badlag it uniformly unfit to plai t " V tn officers of election who held Store I want to warn the farmers against the the regular election in November. I9I Done hy order at a special term of danger of planting seed that has not been tested. Farmers who will persist the Breckinridge Fiscal Court held at Monin planting seed corn without testing the Court Home in Hardinsburg are doomed to a failure with their corn day, March llth, 1918 . alter spending sevtral days with her Witness my hand as Sheriff of Breck- sister, Mrs. O. O. Blapfoid, and Mr. crop. There is good corn available in this inridge cuunty this March 1:2th, I9IS. IllanforCi. J. II Carman, or other counties and after determining Mr. T. 1 Iiardaway spent several Sheriff Breckinridge county, Ky that our own la ed is unfi', steps should days recently with his son, Mr. C. D. be taken to get good corn. A cartful Hirdaway, and family. record is being kept in this and other He was a highly respected citizen and Jeff Trent, of High Plains, was in countie of all corn being tested by the had many stanch friends in the com- town, Wednesday, buing tobacco cio-vacounty agents anil by this method 'we munity in which he lived. Compton Bros, sold 7.0(H) yards oi will be in a position to supply the needs Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hall and son, canvas. of i.ll with corn. Herbert HlH Henry Hall and A. T. Mr. and M s. E, P. Hirdaway were I will make a test of any corn brought Beard, of Hardinsburg, attended the quests of his sister, Mrs. Belle Drury, to me at II irdinsburg or would advise tuneral. of near Rosetta, Sunday. home testing using the rag doll method and get a real medicine for this dreaded 1 1 1 rheumatism." If jou suffer from rheumatism get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment today Getting in a Big Line of Spring Dress Goods Patterns M fg M iJ. R. WILSON Glen Dean, Ky. I d ate use. The amount of rent pnld for a farm may also be claimed as a tenant farmer's e p use. Payment! for .ve stock are allowable II rough) fir resale. Hut If bought for breeding purposes cattle are an Investment, not an expense, and cannot be allowed. A storekeeper can claim amounts paid for advertising, clerk hire, telephone, water, light and fuel, also dray-agand freight bills and cost of operating and repairing wagons nnd trucks. A physician can claim cost of his professional supplies, rent, office help, telephone, expense of learn or automobile used In making professional t ails and expenses Httendlng medical conventions. A ilentlhl can claim similar Items, except team or auto expense, which are not necessary In his profession. F.xpenses that are personal or ted In uu.V way Willi the support or well being of a person or family are not allowable. The costs of machines, Instruments, vehicles or Implements; that are more or less permanent in character are not allowable iim an expense. They nre in vestments. Interest paid on a mortgage or other personal Indebtedness Is allowable on e con-im- a personal return. All tHxes paid within the year can be taken out on a federal return, except federal Income luxes, Inherit .i tic taxes and assessments for local Improvements. Losses Hiislnlneii In business or through fire, storm or shipwreck or by theft, except when compensated by Insurance Off othi ru Isc Wear und tear of rented buildings or machinery used In business muy be claimed. You can also claim the amount paid to the Itcil Cross and to other charitable, religious or educational organlzs-tloto the extent of ID per cent, of your net Income. The nice rain was welcomed here SatI V. Jackson acd brother bought a urday morning as we were beginning to pair of fine mules last week. Hardinsburg. need it very bad. I again want to imp-es- s on the farmFarmers are breaking corn ground in Born to the wife of Tom Wilson, Mar. this community. ers the seriousness of this situation and urge that every farmer who calls him- 10, a fine boy Thomas Wilson. Mac Jackson acd I. V. Jackson were self a good farmer or a goad American, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Stith, of Sliih's in Hardinsburg, Saturday, on business. be sure that every ear of corn he plan's Valley, were in town shopping, Frii'ay. Corbett Keeuan purchased a pair of has b.en tested and can be counted on The W. F. M S of the M. E. church fine mules from Vic Robertsoo. Yours truly, Mrs. Geo. Mr an Mrs. T. M. Brickey spent Jos. W. Harth, Asst. Eine met Friday afternoon with Suoday with h;r sister, Mrs. Jule JackCompton. Demonstration Agt . Miss Mary Virginia Head, Irvington, son. Murril Beatty has enlisted In the U. is the attractive week end guest of Miss Administrator's Notice. S. Army, Lama Mcll Stith. Mr. and Mrs, Clint McCoy were the Mac Jackson has returned from A I persons having claims against the after a visit to his friend, Miss estate f Bvron Johnson, deceased, will guests of her brother, Mr. Finis and Mrs. Clajcomb. They with Mary Wallace. present them to the undersigned Admin istrator, duly proven, as rtepjired by Mrs. Wade Drury motored to Guston, Miss Jennie Chancloe, who is attend law, at Lodiburg, Kv., on or before the Sunday afternoon, and were guests cf ing school at Hardinsburg, is at home Mr. and Mrs.'Elisha Smith. first day of May, IO18. on a visit, Grayson E. Payne, Admiuis Mrs. E. P. Hardaway was in Guston, I. V. Jackson lost a fine heifer calf trator of the estate of Uyron Johnson Monday, on business. Lightning last Saturday morning. deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Compton and struck it and killed it instantly. Mrs Z. T. Stith motored to Louisville, Miss Parkey Oodbey, daughter of How is This for Building? SuLday afternoon, and from there to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gudbey, and Mr. where they were the Boy Williams, were married in Evans Shepherdsvllle, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Strother Stith. ville, Saturday, March 16 They will Mitjuady, Ky., Mnr. 85 (Special). Ky.. are Mr. and Mrs. Stith are well pleased make their home in that city. Bates Brothers, MiOuady, very busy at present repaiing to raise with their new notne. An example of some a bumper crop Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Compton enterCivil War Veteran Passed Away. of their work is shown in the building tained the following to dinner Sunday, of a house from the foundation 14 x 28 it being Mr. Cmpton's birthday: Mr. two rooms, to completion, ready for oc- and Mrs. J. M. Compton, Mr. and Mrs. William Kiley i'olk, age 7H and a This work Geo. K. Compton, Mr. aud Mrj. Guy lile lang resident of Tobinsport, Ind . cupancy andit was occupied. r quired live men only four and one-ha- Bandy and son, Elbert Bandy, Mis Tena aril a Civil War veteran, succumbed They want to hear of s me Jordau and Justice Jordan. days to inlirmities at his late home in that 18. The remains one who can beat this for II aoverlziug. Mrs. W. W. Keith was in Louisville town, Monday Mar. were Interred in the Upper cemetery several days last week. of Tobinspoit. Aged Man Dies. Little Lauise Bandy has returned to Mr. i'olk was the eldest of eight her home after a lengthy visit to her children all surviving him but one I. other Clemens, one of the oldMr. grandprents, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Nea- - sister. Mrs. Willa Milbura. The oth est and best known citizens of the Km h fus, of near Huston. ers are: Edmund i'olk of Pearland, vale neighborhood, died at his home in Several around here have "Liberty" Tex , Commodore i'olk of Alvin, Tex., kockvale, Sunday morning, March 10 measloi. Mrs. Virginia Rogers of Cloverport, The funeral was held Monday afterCain hae returned "flume Mrs. Graham Polk, Mrs. Eliza Lamb Hon. place in the noon and the burial took from Frankfort. and Miss Kosina Polk all of TobinsKockvale cemetery Mrs. Dell Lashbrook returned borne port. His two children who survlv Mr. Clemens was over 03 yearn old. 1 Mis-souClay-comb, 1 lf . which has been fully desciibed iu this If a general test is wanted of a paper crib or lot tale two or more grains from each of a hundred ears selected from all over the lot and send or biing to me at BEWLEYVILLE Tar Fork Let us show you real ACCELERATION We want to show you how eagerly a Studebaker responds to your will. HUH How it will roll gently along on high at three or four miles an hour, and in a few seconds be fairly flying over the ground. And you don't "step on her tail" to do it. A gentle pressure on the accelerator and the car begins to gather speed quietly, smoothly. There's no sudden jump or jerk. This is due to the wonderful Studebaker motor, whose performance under service conditions is well worth your knowing. Let us know when we may have the pleasure of a demonstration. 11 The powerful Studebaker Motor Is so sparing of gas that Its economy is a constant souroe of pride to Studebaker owners. F. C. Cloverport, ENGLISH, Dealer :: Kentucky him are: Mrs. Bertha tiaydan and Mrs. Birth Announcement. Jack Simmons of Tobinsport. Mr. Polk was the seuior member of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore I'opbam an the nursery Arm of W. H. Polk St Bro., uounct the arrival of a little girl. March for tea years and was well knowo in 16. She has been christened Mary Perry county. Katheriue 1'ophatn. TESTIMONY IN to go home. Major Board said he advised against it again. A third time the father ami brother came ard urged THE BOARD TRAIL Almost Complete. on that they that be permitted to take Otha Jesse Seaton Glen Dean, Ky. Murray borne. Major Board the Witness Stand, Gives Facts in Case of Otha Murray The trial of Major Milton H. Board which before the general ha been going on f r tlx daya at Camp .at hary Taylor will end today. Major Board took the witness stand at 0 o'clock this mornlog and related tha court-martia- Incidents turronding tha Illness, the treatment and the subsequent discbarge that he might go home, of Private Otha Murray, of Cumberland county, who died at Glasgow, Ky., 100 mil. s from the hospital wbile on the way home. Takes All Responsibility. At the brglning of his testimony this morning Major Board stated that be was not willing to allow Division Surgeon John H Allen to assume any responsibility for what had besn done in the case of Otha Murray. If an error had been made, though he did not believe there had been an error, be was responsible for it. Major Board then told of Otha Murray's enterance into the hospital, the consultations that were hsld, the diag osis of hia case as Laundry's paralysis and the treatment that was given. Qeorge W. Murray and Clarence Murray, father and brother of Otha Murray, came to camp and asked permission to take Otha Murray home. Major Board aaid he told them that be Murray. had consulted Capt. Karpassand Within a week the court reporter exwho were of the opinion tbat O.ha Murray was too sick to be taken pects to have tbe mass of evidence transmitted and sent to Lieut. Col. home. Tha father and brother went to the Gideon Blain, division judge advocate, ward to see Othi Murray. Sometime who will approve or disaprova the verafterward Clarence Murray came and dict, according to the evidence in the asked again that Otha be permitted record. It then will go to Major Gen- , Major Board said he then decided he would grant their plea and permit the boy to go home. He started to telephone the division surgeon, hut by a mistake got the division adjutant's office. There he atked Capt. Alfred Allen if it waa permissible to send a trained attendant with a soldier going home. Capt Allen said there was no provision for this. Ma r Board said he called Col. Allen and told him the circumstances in Otha Yurray's case and recommended his discharge. Col Allen approved the recommendation, which was sent to the commanding peneial. Arrangement for Trip Major Board said that while he knew Otha Murray wae in a dying condition, he felt that he could make the trip home. He advised the father to go to Glasgow to arrange for the trip overland to his home. He sent Clerence Murray and Sargt. Bell to Company M. 336th, Infantry, to get Otha Murray's personal belongings and a statement of the money that was due him It was Wednesday and their being no efficer there he could not get the statement, but he found that Clarence Murray had more than $19, which he thought would be enough forthe trip. He gave Clarence Murray the address of a store at which he told him to buy a comfort and two He had found that Otha blankets Murray had a pillow and counterpane. He instructed Clarence Murray to call Dr. Porter or Dr. Howard, at Glasgow, to have treatment given Otha Blacksmithing and Farm Implements Better Clothe- sFor Men and Young Men $12 50 si 5-oo Automobile Repairing and Auto Accessories a Specialty At The Old $17.50 $20-o- o Joe Mattingly Shop To The eral Harry C Hale for his approval or disapproval. After this the whole record will be sent to the War Department for review bv the department and the President. This means that the public will not know what the result of tbe trial is for six or eight weeks at the least. Argument were made by Capt. Clarence Martin for the government and Ca,pt. William Reilly for the defense. Effect Of the Charges The subject of the effect of the charges against Major Board on the morale among the doctors at the Base Hospital'was touched upon yesterday by Leiut. Col. Will S, Pylee, commanding officer of the hospital. He was interrupted in bis statement bv the president of the court, who ruled the testimony he was about to give was irrelevant and did not bear on the charge against the accused. "What effect have these charges and talk against Major Board had on the morale of the Base Hospital?'' asked Capt. Reilly. "Since this matter has been under investigation the entire personnel of the Base Hospital has been subdued, and is awaiting the decison of t lie court with apprehension. The medical officers have been working under The values we offer at these prices are far better than you will see again soon, and are much better than you will find at most stores. Early selections will save disap- pointment, as we cannot duplicate the values. American People There it no foundation for the alleged violations of law attributed to our Company by agents of the Federal Trade Commission and I want to say emphatically that Swift & Company is not a party to any conspiracy to defraud the Government. Nor has Swift & Company been guilty of improperly storing foods or of making false entries or reports. Conference! of packers, where prices have been discussed, have been held at the urgent request and in the presence of representatives of either the Food Administration or the Council of National Defense. And yet the packers have been accused of committing a felony by acting in collusion on Government bids I We have done our best, with other packers, large and small, to comply with the directions of the United States Food Administration in all particulars, including the furnishing of food supplies for the U. S. Army and Navy and the Allies now being handled through the Food Administration. We will continue to do our utmost .under Government direction, to increase our production and assist the Food Administration. We consider that the opportunity to and to our fullest powers with this branch of the Government is our plain and most pressing duty. co-oper- tension." Here the court stopped his statement aod ordered it stricken from the record. While nothing was said about it during the trial, medical officers said that several hundred men are being held at the Base Hospital who seem ready to return to duty, but who are held because ot the uncertainty the physicians feel in discharging a man from the hospital. The medical ottlc ers say they do not like to assume the responsibility since the charges against Major Board were made. "Would you like to have Major Board continue in the capacity of commanding officer of the nervous and mental ward at the Base Hospital'" asked the defense of Col. Pyles "I would," answered the witness. Capt Alfred Allen, 'assistant camp adjutant and a veteran of the service, brought out strong evidence for Major Board in his testimony. He testified '.that Major Board called him on the telephone and asked that an attendant be ser.t with Otha Murray. Capt. Allen said that he replied that nothing in the regulations provided for sendiug I B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. wheat that is offered, uiarket it in the other customary trade channels through which it will reach the Food Administration Grain Corporation." Fred M. Sackett, By K. CIRCLE SKIRT AND CUTE COATEE ARRIVE "dubbelwear" For Boys Who are Haul on their Clothes Food Admr. for Ky. R. Compton, County Food Admr. STEPHENSP0RT T. W. Smith, town Saturday, Brandenburg, was in New whole-hearted- ly The Trade Commission Attorney has, by false inference and misplaced emphasis, given to disconnected portions of the correspondence taken from our private files and read into the Record, a false and sinister meaning with the plain purpose of creating antagonistic public opinion. The services of the packers of the United States are most urgently needed, and I regret exceedingly that we should at this time have to spend our efforts in defending ourselves against unfounded, unproved, and unfair assertions such aa are being daily made public. i&$ ofunjtr. President Swift & Company, U.S. A. we may comply with the urgent demands of the Allies for wheat and, at the same time, take care of our own domestic supplies, we urgently need this year au earlier and more complete uiaiketiug of tbe wheat in farmer's hands than usual. The Allies are taking from ue sO'r of other cereals than wheat to mix in their bread. Inasmuch as the people In allied counti les, and the soldiers, must be fed with bread baked in bakeries, it is impossible for them to prepaie bread made wholy out of other cereals and we muat furnish them with sufficient wheat to maintain their bakery loaf. I, theiefore, appeal to all the far roe is in the State of Kentucky that they shall bring all their wheat; except their necessary reserve for aeed, to market before May 1st. This is a war call and a service for Uncle Sam who la fighting for hia life. If your local miller la unable to buy all the order Grover Stewart, Tell City, Ind., was in town Saturday. Miss Eva Basham has returned to Louisville, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Basham. Master Clifford Dowell is spending an attendant. He said he had been in this wfek at Union Star with his grandthe service twenty-fou- r jears and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Dowell. knew of no such regulations. Mr. and Mrs. A R. Barbee, of LouisManx character witnesses were in ville, were the week end gutUs of relatroduced by the defense. Judge Matt tives, O'Doherty, Dr. Curran Pope and Dr. Mrs. W. J. Schopp returned, lust Leon Solomon testilied that tbe acTuesday, from an extended visit with cused's reputation was good and that relatives in Louisville. he was considered an efficient physiMrs. Nannie Sills returned to New cian. Miss Pansy Perkins, a Ked Cross nurse, testilled to the clinical York, Monday, having been ealltd home records and treatment given Otha by the serious illness of her sister, Mis. Murray. Capt. Victor Meddis, Major Elizabeth Napper, who is much imHarlan Phillips, Major Herbert Fox proved. Miss Elizabeth English, of Animoiis, and Major Sydney Meyers all gave it the guest of htr grarui.uother, Mrs. testimony favorable to Major Board. A. B. Crawford Louisville Evening Post. Mrs. Elizabeth Paulman returned to Mr. Hoover Appeals for Wheat. her home Saturday, having spent the winter in Owensboro with relatives. Mr. aud Mrs. W. B Garduer have The folluwiug telegram was received opened a grocery store at their home. by Mr. Sackett from Mr. Hoover: toaay They carry a nice liue of fresh gro- Patterns 111 Pint 'twaa hat and muff to match but now comes the circle aklrt and cute coatee, the formei to match the hat. The circle sport skirt of light blue and white polka-dot- s la extremely attractive when worn with the coatee of black velvet and topped with collar and cuffs ot white angora. New Models fA. ass-- "! n Pette r values are not to he In d Satisfactory1 wssi is assured t lbs putclmsers of our Mays Clothing. Prices'3wto'10'o B. F. Beard & Co. Ky. Hardinsburg, "in that Miss Myrtle Hallou returned W. H. Dix, who is statioued at Camp Louisville Thursday to visit her 111. alar, Dick, Texas, has recovered tioru ilh.ess Mrs. Jennie ilallou. and is again on duty. Miss Ethel Morgan ia the guest of Gardner and Jamie Hawkins were the Mr. and Mrs. IV 11 Canary this week. guests, Sunday, of their sister, Mrs. H. Several from here attended the party J. Rice, aud Mr. Rice, of Hawesville. Floy Nellsou's Thursday eve. Miss Lizzie Morgan expects to make Renewal. her home with Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Vanzant, Ky., Mar. 16, 191a. J. 1). Dutschke this year. Bakbage, Please find money order for Miss Aunie Tool was the guest of tier 11.50 for Breckenridge ews aud send aunt, Mrs. J Horsley Thursday. rue receipt for same. Respectfully, Miss Judy Horsley and Miss Annie Mrs. J. M. Craig. l'ool were iu Cauueltoii the week end guests of Miss Virginia Hook. Subscribe now for the News Mr. aud Mrs. l'ateut Canary and I ceries. The friends of Robert Tinius, former ly of Holt, received announcement of his marriage to Miss Ruby Lily Love, of Kansas City, Mo. Wm. Gilbert, Eddyville, Is spending the week here with his family. Amnions family moved to Cloverport lust SaturMr. Canary purchased the property day in that city owned by thus. Keil. ' I Mrs. Josie Morgan and her three little oiis wire quests of Mr. and Mi, from Ilashain Sunday. Appreciates the News. Kappa, 111, Mir l.i, lylM Dear Mr. llabbage: Please send utir paper to the above address instead of Webster, Ky. We felt like we had missed a good MppSI Wednesday eve when we iculized ve had no "Hreckenridgc New..'' This is certainly a beautiful country level and rich and I now think we will An old subscriber, like'it line. Victor Oreudoroff, Try a News Want Ad. Now THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN D NEWS R4BIUGE. Editor and PuMiihcr ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. MARCH mrmw in i 27. 1918 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 a year: 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBK.RS-Wh- en of the BRKKBMMPOI NEWS hand do not throw it away or destroy it. If it is not correct please notify us. Uk.. I. Styles for Spring vvT We have to offer you an attractive line of it you have finished reading your copy to a friend who is not a subscriber; .. and rain and sprouting grain has solved the problem, of life for every man of sound body." Emerson. OUtt RK3KKVK POWER. WhHt an excellent idea to enlist the American boys, between tbe ages of 1G and II, in the United States Working Reserve Power to assist In cultivating the Nation's crops this summer. Hoys at this age are bubbling over with energy and their eagerness to want to do something to help win tbe war is unbounded. But a srreat many of them have the idea that tbe only way they can serve is by donning the khaki and shouldering the musket. But far be it from such. If Uncle Sam had needed them in that capacity he would hive called them ere this. Instead, Uucle Sam has called the teen age boys to enlist and be the producers of food for food we must have to win tbe war. And n:w there rests upon the parents and the blder folks the of making these boys feel that in doing this specific work, that they are serving their country as faithfully and courageously as their brothers in uniform. ground. "I believe in a spade mid an acre of good Whoever cuts his path through Fashionable Millinery, Dress Goods Shoes and Merchandise in General Do not buy until you examine our stock, meet any and all competition. we will MONEY YOU WASTE? EXTRAVAGANCE IS SINFUL-- IT IS WASTE. IF YOU PUT THAT SAME MONEY IN THE BANK, SOME DAY YOU WILL BE ABLE TO INDULGE YOURSELF IN THOSE LUXURIES WITHOUT MISSING THE MONEY. A BANK ACCOUNT GROWS-Y- OU WILL BE INTERESTED IN SEEING IT GROW. YOU DON'T NEED THOSE EXTRAVAGANCES. YOU WILL NEED THAT MONEY SOME DAY. HAVE IT SAFE IN OUR BANK. sun B. RICHARDSON, GENERAL MERCHANI DISE I 1 Garfield, Ky. a pound. Vic Robertson sold to Jonas Lyon a pair of mules for $570. J COME TO OUR BANK THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. "000 WOMAN PLANS EARLY RETURN TO TRENCHES Total Assets Over $1 ,000,000.00 We Offer You Next Friday is Good Friday, the time most people plant potatoes. Glen Moorman lost a fine Jersey cow, last week, valued at $100. Mrs. Rebecca 000 000 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods TO THE PUBLIC Having spent several years in the practice of law, it is my purpose at present, to give all of my time to that business. The collection of notes and accounts will be given careful attention, whether they are collected by suit or Business entrusted to me in any of the courts of the county will be otherwise taken care of and handled promptly. Clark, a widow with three children, who lives op a farm at One of the home boys, at Camp Zacbary Taylor, wrote back that Glen Dean, is certainly a fine example accomplish on a when the mail brought The Breckenridge News in, he would yell of what a woman can Besides cariug for her children, farm 'News" and he says "'you just ought to see those boys from Breckin- Mrs. Clark raises chickens and has alridge county run to see the paper." The Breckenridge News will ready sold over $100 worth. She does help to keep the home tires burning in the hearts of our boys because laundry work to pay the farm hand and with all this she is raising 3 pigs and 2 it is like a letter from home. lambs to help win the war. Her fifteen year old son raised 4 acres of tobacco, We have two red letter days in the month of April. First is the which profited him $800. Mrs. Clark Cth, when the Third Liberty Loan will start: second is the 20th, when rents her farm from Charlie Dean and road she says he is a mighty good landlord. the voters of Breckinridge county will vote for the twenty-cen- t tax. Let make them both go away over the top. 000 Frank Carter says he has tested out all of his early seed corn. This is what Road Tax April 13, Breck- every Union county votes on the Twenty-cen- t farmer should do. "An ounce of inridge county, the 20th and Hender.-o- n county, the 23id. We have prevention is worth a pound otcure." hopes of Kentucky having good roads all over the state some sweet 000 Chas. L. Miller is preparing 35 acre day. of ground for tobacco and he is feeding 30 head of hogs for the June market. We find compensation for tbe Daylight Saving Plan in Ben 000 Franklin's old maxim, "Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man Tom Stout. Hardinsburg, recently healthy wealthy, and wise." purchased a mule from J. C. Jarboe, Skillman, for which he paid $300. 000 Oil Ice Cloverport. Ky. Phone 3-- J V. G. BABBAGE C" ?0T?0 fOTfO ?0?C ?ft ?0 ?0 ?0 10? 5C0 ?ft 0 0 ?ft ?0! 0 jOr iOt For Sale-W- hite Two yean In the trenches righting shoulder to shoulder with the brave Serbians has made a "fighting man" of the plucky Irish woman, Flora Sandea, now back In England on vacation. Being iso- J. 95 PER CENT GERMINATION (Tested) j$ $5.00 Per .Bushel :jf Enclose Check with Order M. HOWARD & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. 5 Seed Corn! 1916 Crop 3 jCrCs j0 jfijSsjfii? jOjQBc ?B?j6tffi jOjOjQjOSfl Luke McLuke says, "th ordinary man can stand defeat. takes a remarkable man to stand success." But it It is about time we were having a city clean up day. W. R. Moorman, Jr., reports 100 acres plowed for corn. Will sow 4" FARM AND STOCK. 1 acres in clover. He is broad castSays it with WWMOBOWOB0WWKIwl ing his wheat about fertilizer.acre to do will cost is crowing mightily over his patn ti 25 per it, but he thinks results will prove that triotic hens. He says he has 23 hens Beavio & Koue, McQuady, sold to it paid to do it. that have laid 20 eggs for 20 consecuW. W. Johnson, D.Dville, Ky., 25 head ooo tive days. registered Poland China gilts for $7H0. Frank Dean sold Chas. Tabeling $350 They fed and sold ft. 200 worth t hogs; will have 50 head ready for May mar- worth of lard for cash. Paul Moorman School News and Views. ket anil 40 head of lambs for uly 1st delivered to J. R.Wilson, Olen Dean, about 3OO pounds, Saturday, at ill cents market. By J. H. Meudor. County Superintendent. I The soldier and farmer are eager to do their full share both incur risks. Very many civilians are equally eager to do their share, but may not appreciate the opportunity to serve in the field of agriculture. Secretary of Agritoward, and the lack of remuneration of culture. the teaching profession in our own land 000 Postmaster Chas. Lightfoot, Clover-port- , is tending to bring us to the same, or even worse condition. County Agent II. nth has organized corn aud pig clubs at McQuady, West-vieMook and Harned. The boys and girls are euthusiastic in the woik and are going to win some of the prizes offered in addition to learning the principles of scientific management 000 lated from the regimental ambulance two years ago this woman Joined the Serbs aa a private. She was decorated for bravery, then promoted and la now Sergeant Major Flora Sandea. She returns to the front soon. - FURNITURE, RUGS, MATTING, STOVES, GENERAL HARDWARE i 000 We are prepared to furnish you anything that you may need in these lines. Prices right. Quality right. Call, phone or write for our prices. All orders and inquiries given prompt and careful attention. (Please send cash with order) ' FORDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager Protect Your Family viding for the one you love than banking your cash. The man with money in bank la prepared for a buaineaa reverie or lota of poaition. Caah in bank gives him a new grip on life. Deposit your surplus caah now. Don t waste it. Don't delay. You'll be surprised to see how an account growa. See us today about on yyy 1 The school census will be taken ntxt month. Only pupils between (i and IS years of age will be included iu the census instead of those between 6 aud 20 as heretofore. The blanks for the census have been received and trustees are requested to "call at my office when in town and get the blanks for their respective districts. Those not called for will be mailed out in time to begin the enumeration the first week iu April. Mrs Cova Smith is teaching a moonlight school at Westview. Fourteen have been enrolled and the work is proMrs Smith reports a gressing nicely remarkable improvement in the interest and application in the day school auiojig pupils whose parents are enrolled in the night school. Teachers, if you have dull backward or disiuterested pupils try en rolling the parents in an evening tchool. Perhaps this is tbe key to the problem. BHKCH FORK Nat Taul i building a house oh his place for the Wcedman family to occupy while tbey are making a crop this year. Harold Fuqua moved from Nat T. un's to the Hunt farm near the Tar Springs which he hat rented for this year. Mrs. J. M. Uvatty visited her daughter, Mrs. James Mattingly of the Jackson neighborhood. Frank Brickey told a mule to Sherman Blair ror (140. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beattv and children, Everette and Kttie Merrel wsre visitors in Rassvillt- last week. Frank Erickay sold xow and calf to Cal Hendricks of Hardiusburg for - SEED CORN $5.00 f. o. b. 000 Per Bushel Shipping Point There' a no aurer way of pro- Sacks 50c additional Don't Plant Corn from Your Crib This Year Without Germination Test Germination tests made by your experiment Station show that the corn grown in your county last year will not do to plant. And it is your duty this year to plant corn that you know will germinate 90 and better. 000 Graded School closes Stepheiisport today. Prof. Ater reports a very successful term there this year. He informs me that he will quit the teaching profession and go on a farm It is much to be regretted that there is more money iu raising corn and hogs for warring nations than there is in Itainiug boys .unl girls for good citizenship iu peaceable pursuits. llolshevikism ill Russia is a condition incident to the lack of propular education there. The attitude of indifference I I 000 Most all of the farmers have finished burning plant beds and are busy planting gardens and breaking com ground. Ernest Aldridge has moved to Mike Hendrlck's to make a crop. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I'ate and children, who live on the pika were guests of his fathsr, Milt Pate last week. Dud Morton finished delivering his crop of one sucker tobacco of 0000 on S acres of new ground on Mike Hendrick's farm. It brought him 20 Tests made by County Agents show a few thousand bushels that germinate about 90. Standard Varieties, maturing 90 to 110 days. Send cash with order. Address Western Kentucky Board ot Agriculture Paducah, Kentucky Raltreact: CM) National Bank, Paducah. Is Ky. Wtstsrs Kentucky Board ol Agriculture working patriotically, without compensation FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. clntl liar nnunrt HO, Vote for Better Hoads, April I9I8. J RA Breckenridge News MAR. 21, 1918 . WEDNESDAY, ntrn d atthras second PontOirUcr-atCloTerport- Ky cI M matter. Your Easter Bonnet will be quite the newest thing if you select it from my New Spring pnixiiTrrr JV fW B rUvr Yout Cowvt C P Mat ft You Announcement. For Appal lata Judge We are authorised to announce the name of J. W. Henson as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Appellate Judge from the Second District, in the primary, August, HM8. We are authorised to announce Judge K Settle as a candidate for for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Second District, subject to the August, i9i8, primary. W. jwOOOQrJeVQJrwTjkft rTfcrT .'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE For Easter FOR LADIES: Waists, Neckwear, Silk Hose, Gloves, Corsets, Oxforcft, Ribbons, Parasols, Etc. OFNFHAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Stock I4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Officei f For County Offices .'...$ 5.00 $ 16.00 For State and Diatrict Offices 10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line 160 which I now have on display hoth at my shop in Cloverport and at Mrs. Dix's in Stephensport. Your patronage solicited J J Mrs. R. T POLK, CoraatlaraT Ky. jfl EJ Clovertort. J 4 Ki4t4B4S4tn4i?ttiHi& Emily Reid. Win. Seaton. Arthur Terry Couch anil Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. 10, 1918. 21 A. M. 10:1:' A. M. P. JJ. IS Miss Evelyn Hicks Milliner Cloverport, -- :- Effective February No. I EAST BOUND will Ipst Cloverport Arriving frvlngton Arrlvlns Louisville No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlnirton Arriving Louisville No. 140 will leave Cloveroort Arriving Irvlngton Arriving Louisville Ho. 140 leaves Henderson Owensboro Arrlvs Shops Arrives WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawesvllle Arriving Owensboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 141 Kentucky .$ P. Jiff P. 7:6.. ton last week visiting Mrs. Hambleton's B relatives. M. 5:00 P. M. Mrs. Jesse Baucum and daughter, Miss 6:30 P. M. Margaret Ilaucum returned from Owens after spending the 10 57 A. M. horo last Tuesday 12:09 1'. M. week end. 11:58 P. M. 5:0? M. M. A. M. ' F. lAw 4:00 r. f! I 7:40 1. M. :40 P. M. P. M. ":07 P. M. 11 37 f. M. 12:4, A. M. 1:40 A. M. 2:07 A. M. 7:59 A.M. 7:00 A. M. 8:1(1 A. M. 9:25 A. M "St I 7:j No. 147 Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson mi will leave' Shops jfniifihiiii tmmmmmiii iiimiimtim ti mm I LOCAL ITEMS. iiiiiiiiimiiii iiiiiiiimmmmmmiimmmmimimmmimi I j Of a Personal and Business j Nature Gathered for Our Busy I Readers. iiiiiiiifiiiiiihtiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiMiiiiitiimmmmmmHlHlHHmmimmmmiiimm' :::::::; Burt Orum, St. Louis is here visiting relatives. Jno. H. Blythe was at Rock Haven Saturday. Clarence Hambleton went to Louis ville Monday. M. i i.i ii i hum Tt.,.1.ii iv l1!'., .iu, TAlinEtvr( ufflc in Cloverport Monday. The Ladies Reading Club meets with Mrs. YV. H. Bourner this week. Andrew Ashby is in Kddyville the guest of Miss Freda Mae Bannon. Mrs. Wick DeHaven, Fordsville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad. N. H. Quiggins was in Louisville Wednesday and Thursday buying spring goods. Mrs. Allen Lewis and her two daughters, Stepheusport were in Louisville Monday. M T. Henderson, Owensboro was the guest of Mrs. Davis at My&tic part of last week. Mrs. Frank C Ferry and Mrs. Miller Ferry were in Louisville Tuesday Mrs. Will Mullen returned Monday Irom Irvington where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed McAfee and Mr. McAfee Mr and Mrs. F. W. Friel and children, Hawesville spent the week end with Mr. Friel's mother, Mrs. Jno. Ryan and and Mr. Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D, Babbage and Miss Jane Lightfoot will go to Harilins burg Wednesday to attend the Beard-W- hite wedding. We have just received a car load of fertilizer and owing to its scarcety, we advise our customers to buy early. Julian H. Brown. Mr. E. G. Bailes, manager, Golden Rule Store was confined to his home in the East End 'several days last week on account of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison, Louis-v- i le and Ed. Morrison, Irvington were here last Tuesday to attend the funeral of Chris Newbauer. L. McGavock was in Louisville Tuesday and from there he went to Warsaw to visit his daughter, Mrs. R. Berry Davis and Mr. Davis. Mr. Philips, Owensboro, representing the Anti saloon League, made an address Sunday evening at the Baptist church on War Time Prohibition. Parties who have fat hogs ready for the market will call and see. Julian H. Brown this week. He expects to make a shipment in a short while. Mr. Raymond Pate and his daughter, Miss Junita Pate returned to Ratoon, N. M.Monday evening after a visit to his parents. Mr and Mrs. Henry Pate. If in need of anything in Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, Matting, or General Hardware, write, phone or come to Fordsville Planing Mill Company, Fordsville, Ky. living in the West for several years returned to RATE tc Ptr word Each Insertion his former home in C.len Dean last week Mr. and Mrs. J B. Bates and their Notf. Advertisers pleaw notify the editor children and Mr. Everett Lewis, when you want advertisement discontinued motored here Wednesday in their WANTED new car. WANTED A cropper: married man preferred, wife or daughter to rto house work HILL ITEMS O.l'. Hamilton. Amnions. Ky. WANTED A hand for general farm work. pay If we could read the secret historlc Will tx!ird and Dean, irood wages. H. A. (lien Ky. of our enemies we should And in each WANTED-- A man and boy to crop J. f . man's life sorrow and sufierlDg enough Holt. Ky. to disarm all hostility. Longfellow. VOTE FOR HKTl'ER ROADS. APRIL 30. After spending several months at FOR SALE home Miss Iva Wine went to Dam 45 last Wednesday for a visit to rslatives KOR SALE-Kltons of Clover hay. Put absolutely after which she will go to Dayton, up rlirht:Ammons. Ivy. clear of dust II. P. English. Ohio for the sutnmtr. I'Olt SALE Puro bred White leghorn Mrs John Fella was here last week chickens frank B. While, Cloverport. Ky to see her mother Mrs. Julia Wood. KOR SALE One Miles' Concrete Block Machine, complete; One Concrete Brick MaMrs. Peyton Scott is better after chine, complete; Iron forms forColumns and Coping. R. II. McUlothlan. Irvington, Ky. quite a spell of sickntis. EOR SALEhorse power Mr. William Allen of near Lodiburg feed grinder; -tool grlndir; gasoline Engine two Incubators Thursday and Friday the one brooder .lames Suhlle. Cloverport. Ky. was here guest of relatives at the Satterfleld KOR SALE One registered bo:ir 10 months old spotted Poland; price right. Lawrence home and Mr. and Mrs. 0. W SatterfOwlngs. Brandenburg. Ky. leld. Mr. Allen expects to move to FOR SALE 12i baskets gwod seed oats Russelville in a short time. t). A. Brown. Il.irdliisliurg. Ky.. Boute 1. Burt Orum, Evansville arrived SatKOR SALE One sow and pigs and two sows M furrow In April Owen Mays- y Addison, urday for a visit to relatives. Ky. Mrs. Wick DeHaven came Friday KOR SALE Emden MM eggs. cents and spent Satuiday in removing her sea Mrs. Taylir Beard, llurilinliurg. Ky. furniture to be sent to Fordsville. KOR SALE 100 bushels, good grnde. yel U. Cunning Mrs, Jim DeJearnett went to Holt low seed corn guaranteed. ham, Chenault. Ky. Saturday to see her parents, Mr. and KOR gocd work horses, one Mis Wm. Fumphrey. good mare heavy with foal, one good voui g fctitltun 4 years old. Ilardlnsburg Livery Frank Taberling bought last week of Barn Ilardlnsburg, Ky. Mrs. Smith a dwelling house back of WANTED SALESMEN Peyton Scott's. WANTKO iulpsnieii to sell our ftuuran Mrs. Clyde Howe, lien in, HI , ar teed Oils And 1'ttint.s. Fxpnrlence unmvt'KP-urKxtrerrHy urofitimlr oftYr lo right rived Saturday evening and ts ths party. The (Jim Ketlntiig Company, Cleveguest of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Satter-liel- land, Ohio. after a short visit she will return SALKHMKN WANTEMto solicit order for luhrlcalinic oils, RfMHMI Htul uulnts. accompained by her mother, Mrs. Salary or commission. Addros The Harvey Martha Lauder who spent the winter Oil Co., Ohio with her daughter, Mrs. Satterfleld. WANTED TO BUY y Dutm-likeve II ; --SALE--Three d Mr. Clark Owen who has been ADVERTISEMENTS FOR MEN: Caps, Shirts, Collars, Ties, Socks, Shoes, Oxfords, Belts, Suspenders, Etc. Hats, J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. E very fining In BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherlioarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Klectric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Rooting AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky City Tax Collector's Sale for Taxes. mare.- - T. II. WANTK' Henderron To huy good work hore or & Son, Webster, Ky. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS XKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX shopping Mrs E. H. Miller is in Stephensport to be with her sister, Mrs. Olivia Lay apartment Mr, and Mrs. B. T. Fields gave a week Mrs Hugh Wood will be hostess to end house pxrty at their country home the Wednesday club this week in honor in honor of Mrs. Fields' sister, Miss of Mrs Harry Williams of Louisville Bella Tomoson, Sturgis. The guests Miss Edith Blank, Bainbridge, Ga , is included: Miss Louise Nicholas, Miss in Pittsburg, Kaus visiting her sister, Mrs. E C. McDonald and Dr. Mc, Mrs. J. L. Hawkins, Louisville who has been visiting relatives here and in for a short while. the country has returned to her home. Miss Myrtle Starks went to LouisviHe She was accompanied by her niece. Miss Monday where she will have an opera- Maud Hambleton. for apendicitis. tion Gough, Knottsville passed through Joe Mr and Mrs Harry Williams, LouisHardins-bnrville will spend Faster with Mr. and here Friday to visit relatives at and McDaniels. While in this Mrs. David B Phelps. city he was the guest of his niece, Mrs. Mrs J. N. Cordrey invites you to her N H Quiggins and Mr Quiggins display of pattern hats, ready to Easter The Methodist Sectional Prayer Meetwear and tailored hats. ings will lie held ou Friday afternoon, at Mrs. Josephine Spangler, Jefferson-vill- ifollowing homes: Mrs W. H Bow is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. the mer, Mrs Shelby Conrad, Mrs W. C. B. G. Bailes and Mr. Bailes. Moorman and Mrs. Conrad Sippel. Jess M Howard, Jr., Glen Dean has Mr. and Mrs Joe Morrison and (laughgone to Detroit to accept a position with ter, Miss Ina Belle Morrison spent Snn the Maxwell Auto Company. day in Louisville with their son, Barnard Mr. and Mrs. Roland Pate, Hawesville is stationed at Camp city and taken the Morrison, who have moved to this Zachary Taylor and Mrs Morrison. over E. Sippel's Tin Shop. g - virtue of taxes due the City of Cloverport, and Graded Common School, White District No. 1, Cloverport, Ky., 16 and I9I7, for the years amounting to the sum set opposite tbe person named below, 1 wil on Wrdnes day, April 24, I0.I8, between the hours of ten o'clock a. in. und two o'clock p. m,, at the City Hull door, in Cloverport, Breckinridge Countv, Ky., expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for ash in hand, the property described and set opposite the person named below (or so much of said property as may be necessary to saiisfy the amount of taxes due aforesaid and cost), Henry J. May, Jr., one House and Lot; amount due City for taxes $29.63 Henry J. May, Jr., one House and Lot; amount of School By 11)14-1t: WANTED- You to make extra money by reuttiiK that spare room or your vt.cant house v running a Want Ad. In THE HKE-CEN KI DOE NEWS. Run Your Ford on Goal Gil Stop Paying Exhorbitant I Dr. Located J. C. OVERBY DENTIST permanently in Hardinsbi'rg, occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. Prices tor Gasoline! For Information write R. G. ROBERTSON, L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Jr., Glen Dean, Ky. Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Agent For Breckinridge County xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Guaranteed 90 Per Cent or Better on Germination Test taxes L. V. Chapin, City Tax Coll., 18 H . Cloverport, K Change of Address. V Mabton, Wash., Mar. 3, I9I8 Mr. J. I) Ky. Dear Babbage, Cloverport, Will you please change the Editor: Old Reliable Companies address of my dear old Breckenridge 1 News from Grandview, Wash., R R. Box 72, to Mabton, Wash. , R R. Would you please publish this notice in ?7!m.4S4ti:4ii.4SCii.e.mLm44i Yours Truly, the dear old News. Henry Trent II. W. Trent 'P Dalle Wm. A. TiniuF, jj insurance. I Seed Corn The Seed Coin situation is too critical to take chances with untested or seed, l'rotect yourself hy ordering this su nr, heavy producing Seed Corn, now. i '. The Latest Egg Story. Springfield, III.- - An egg measuring f three and lnchei in length and seven Inches in circumference litis been laid by a hen here belonging to W. W. Wilson. On breaking the shell Wilson ij found another eug inside with a perfect yolk and white. one-hal- I Hardinsburg I liverv J Livery, Feed and l ' Price Per Bushel In Ear. $10.00; Shelled $8.00 I. o. b. Shipping Point Subject to change without notice This Seed Corn will mature in M to 110 days. Owing to limit qualities and congested condition of shipping, cash iuut accompany order. Place vour order at once. Donald. Mrs. Chas. Hambleton and daughter, Miss I. m ill Hambleton were in Caunel- - Sale Stable I I Hardinsburg, : Ky. $ ADVANCEMENT Young man, do you know that your employer will take a personal interest in you when he learns that you are saving some of your pay? Start a bank account with us and you'll soon be getting ahead in the world. Money means opportunity for you. The News Filled With Patriotism 25, I9I8. Kditor HrecUenridge News: Knclosed And check for one dollar and fifty cents my Whilst its renewal for tbe News columns and are not so thrilling as in Hran WhillocftV story of Ilelgium now being published in Uverybodys Magazine yet I find them of sufficient interest as to make me wish not to miss a copy and its patriotism is so prououueed as to lead old Hreckenridge over the top in any and every endeavor which makes for the winuiug of the war so speed the cause aud help bring about peace. Sincerely, Julia V. Greenwood. of Time, Please? might be asked of you ten times a day, yet you could not give the correct time unless your watch working satisfactory. See is irvington, Ky. Mar. Kentucky Seed Corn Company Box 31 Reformer HOPH1NSVILLE. MY. First Nalionjl Bank, Hopklnttlllt. k Thos. Ode wait Railroad Witch Inspector Cloverport. Mall Ordsrs Ky. TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AH FIRST STATE BANK, W. Irvington, Ky. J. O. PAYNE, Cashier J. O. LYDDAN. Asst. Caaulor young Sr-tE- AND BUSINESS POSITIONS should m.n and young women desirous for the ( Receive Prompt Attention. J. I'll. 1. or M President ut J. HBllNOON, SCHOOL SPENCEHIANH.rU COMMERCIAL. KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, BUILDINU .! tk. Part 0BU, Catalogu. and Booklet of th. of advancement writ, FACES DEATH IN MOSCOW BATTLE Seattle Woman Tells of Plight of KENTUCKY . j 9 t i nemfagStalg, The heme of A. M. items oi inieresi rrom county, Ilvln? Kwan. farmer of All Sections of the State near Helena, was destroyed by fire, x. NEWSft -t County Mayivllle. Comm.-The tiers hive voted II. '00 for the employment of fuRCme county health ..ft:, er. nl l.i I. U 111! Ty I OB lUHB OTSU who an M COIKtTIIS. ab ml M.r00, with no Insurance. .l.' tr.n.d the C. V Maysvillr. Fire Americans in Russian O. coal docks just east of here, The Maysvllle Such activity ha never loss is estimated at $50,000. City. been seen here before toward raisi lg Hall Glen THE HOWARD garden stuff. Priam will be awarded Olive Hill Orville Wilson, 29 years by Glen Oman, Ky. I. MIIITiOl, rrtf.UH the Chamber of Commerce for the 1. St. HOWARD 1 SON. Prop. olrl. shot and instantly killed hi wife, best garden and the best vegetables. law and fatally Polled Durham Cattle. LIVE LIKE RATS EIGHT DAYS wounded his mother-IGlen Dean. Ky. Poland shot himself. Jealousy was said to be Winchester. Mr. Phelps Renlck. a China Hogs. Short Horn tho motive. Polled Durham a d Shorthorn beautiful and cultured woman of this During Describes Terrible Experience Cattle. Hampshire Sheep city, committed suicide by taking four Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs A Whltesburgchild Fight Between the Bolshevlkl and ounces of formaldehyde at the home Have won KKX) of Charles Melon was so bsdly injured of Ribbons at State Pair Cadets In Very Center Mrs. Scott Renher mother-in-law- , by an Interstate freight train, near I'nst Five Years In of the Battle. lck, on Maple street. Norton, east of here, that it died with a few hours. in Stanford. Two airplanes loaded In hudvTaafc. -- How American one of the cars making up a Southern dled for elflil days In the Imsciii.tit emWhlteiburg Preston Whltsker. railway freight train caught fire while of n lintel in Mmsciiw, Russia, while ployed at the Coal W. 4 OWES 4 tOlt. Dealer in and Breeder of rrifrlttm I. .ittle between bolshevlkl und Co., was killed and another fatally in- the train was going through the King's lie the Hardinsburg, Ky. mountain tunnel and were destroyed. nmcd jured and others given Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 cadets loyal to the government narrow es Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. PoThe cause of the Are has not been Dailirt In over tlielr heads, la told in a vividly capes In a powder explosion. fixed. land China Hogs and Plymouth Interesting letter received here by Poland China Hogs a Specialty Rock Chickens relatives of Mr. Helen Meservo, Mt. Sterling. The assessment of Flemingshurg. Harvey D. Kelly, 34 of this city, w ho hus siient the Montgomery county has Just been comPolled Durham Cattle yeurs with her pleted and compiled. The assessment years old. a farmer of this county, Hardinsburg, Ky., Inst three and Route 1 was adjudged of unsound mind by a huslmiMl In Russia. shows an increase of $2,398,180 over Jury In the Fleming county court and Barry Haaarvaj iter husband, is last year in a total amount of $9,910,-445gent to the Eastern Kentucky hospital repriseiitntive of the National City HOME FARM for treatment. The judgment recited ORCHARD hunk of New York In I'etrogrud and that his trouble was due to heredity. Moscow, Winchester. Nearly $5,000 has been MMT . MNIM, Owi.tr Imngion. Ky. 0. P. MAVSEY, Proprietor "Living like rats and running from turned over to the Relief Fund Com He is worth over $30,000. place to pluce to uvold the bullet of mittee for the benefit of the sufferers Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder of BREEDER OP Owingsville. The State Board of the machine guns and t tie shells of of the Pastime Theater calamity on Farmer and Buyer of Equalization raised the assessor's valthe larger guns," Mrs. Meserve says, the night of March 9, in which twelve Hereford and Jersey Cattle uation of taxable property of Hath Registered Duroc Jersey Hoes, "was an experience she hopes never persons were killed and thirty-fivIn county $1,120,000, making the total asto aadargo again." Live jured. Eighteen are still in the hossessable property of the county nearly Webster, Ky. J lie tirst part of her letter Is dated pital. $8,000,000 This Is the largest inIt November 17, 1917, at Moscow. crease the Poard of Equalization ever says : Carlisle. Mayor W. J. Kennedy has In this county. to leave issued a proclamation directing all made "Yesterday we were able the hotel In Moscow and are now at places of business in Carlisle closed An appeal to the farmLouisville. Cloverport, Ky. the French military headquarters. on Sundays except drug stores, whic h ers of Kentucky to market their wheat For StgM days we were under bom- nlay fill prescriptions, and hotels and this year earlier than usual, in order G. N. Lyddan Breeder of Parks' Strain bardment and for three hours the restaurants may serve meals. The "guns of the anarchists were turned police have been instructed to strictly to meet the demands of the Allies, has been Issued by National Food Addirectly on the Hotel Natloutil, where enforce the law. ministrator Hoover in a telegram regreat damage wus done. All the ceived by Fred M. Sackett, Food AdReports windows were bmkeu aud the walls Carlisle. Indicate that ministrator for Kentucky. Ky. Day Old Chicks Eggs Fir Hitching torn by the big shells. there are twenty cases of smallpox Like Rats in Cellar. here, chiefly among the school chilDanville. Luclen Stigall, colored, ol "The last few days we lived like dren. All pupils were vaccinated. The by Sheriff City, was rats In the cellar, running from place schools, churches, theaters, picture Junction Farris, Jr., arrested charge of C. V. ROBERTSON, on the Morris to place to safe shelter. During all shows and all places of amusement cutting. It Is alleged that Hardinsburg. Ky. bombardment we did not take our in Carlisle are closed and children re malicious the he maliciously assaulted with a knife quired to stay off the streets. DEALER IN clothes (.IT and sat Bp two nights." an old man by the name of Dick Bell Four days later the letter was conHorses, Mules, at Junction City. Stigall was brought High-Cla- ss A jury in criminal court Louisville. tinued at the Hotel d'Kurope In Judge Coulter and held to the Fine Saddle and Harness The letter continues: sentenced Mrs. Belle B. Hussey, whe beforegrand jury on $200 bond. April "We arrived here yesterday in a has an income of $500 a month, tc Horses. and are leaving for Ited Cross train poMa a month in jail for refusing tc Evans, IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES Mrs. Walter Owensboro. possibly provide for her aged father. John II Mine Just as soon as we county food demonstrator for Daviess can get out. I will try and tell a lit-- t Shockency, formerly well known Is in Kentucky trotting horse circles. She county, was seriously injured when the ora about our experiences automobile she was driving up a steep MOSCOW". t was indicted under the Indigent HONOR ROLL hill turned over backward, pinning hr-mWm t "The liiiiiL- - la gan at ten o'clock at Act. and Miss Cary Hawrs beneath it. Miss only a few shots were niizlit. At first Hawes was not injured. Several of lired. There was positively no warn- Frankfort. Fifteen graduate fellow Mrs. Evans' ribs were broken and it is Of the Cloverport Graded School Ing any kind, as we knew the gov- - ships are open to students who desire thought sho is internally injured. eminent had been taken over by the to pursue graduate work at the Uni for the Sixth Month. boMievikl (this party is composed of versity of Kentucky. The student Louisville. Frank Ruffra has enter HAIL storm, a tornado, an auto and socialists, the former must have completed his undergradaaarcalatl ed suit against William J. Young and Senior: May D. Chapin, John K. Bl great majority). smash-up- , uate work. The fellowships pay $.i5C others for 5,080 for injuries allegod or ill health may cause Duke. "i inr rooma were on the corner of and the fellows appointed are expect to have been suffered In a collision ol you greater financial loss than a fire.' Junior: Chlora May Scaton, Louise the hotel and our windows were rid- ed to teach a limited number of hours automobiles near Proadway and Weatherholt. dled with bullets while we were dress-not more than 10, each week. You protect yourself against fire street, January 20, 1918. Thos. Fourth early In the morning preparatory Sophtnorc: Lillian Buckby, Gladyi T. Thompson sued the same defendHartford fire policy. Lexington 10 leaving. The Board of Education ants for $5,042 for Injuries alleged to Hemphill, Marian Allen "We ucre in the very center of the has decided to employ a supervising have been Freshman: Nona Did you know that the same sound, suffered in the same, accibatthiield. The light wus between teacher for each of the 13 schools ol dent. Eight Grade: Katie Mae Duke reliable Company is ready bolshevik! and the cadets, the city, to promote the home school the JUm Seventh Grade: Sarah Fallon, ChrisEvstanding by the government and garden movement in Lexington. to protect you against every Frankfort. Kentucky's drive for tina Keil, W. J. Couch, James Buckby, the former trying to overthrow It. ery student will be urged and shown 5.000 boys to enroll in the United Eula Newby, Jane Weatherholt, Anna form of financial loss that There was very little to cat In tlve how to cultivate a small garden, and or- MaeTatum, Juaneita Maetheny. hotel, and again the Red Cross men by thus increasing food production do States Boys' Working Reserve, an may come. Let us explain ganization created to help in harvestSixth Grade: M. D. Staton, Mary came to our rescue and we did our their "bit" to help with the war. ing the country's crops this summer, Whitehead, Addle Moad, Oletha Tabel-iocooking. the Hartford idea of com own begun in every city and county in "On Sunday the cadets took possesPaul E. Berry, Annie May. Providence. Fire of undetermined has plete On Monday the origin damaged the power plant at the the state. The national campaign, coinsion of the hotel. Fifth Grade: Elmer Carson, Gladys bolshevlkl began to fire on It with Shamrock mine near here. The minf ciding In date with the drive in this Bonier, Nell Louise Bailer state, aims at the enrollment of 1,000,-00rifles only. Nearly all the windows is owned by the St. Bernard Coal am! Fourth Grade: Adeie Keil, Anna E. boys between the ages of 16 and were broken and we lived in the halls. Mining Company. The loss is est! Keith, Mildred Morrison, Raymond Represented by Tuesday the big guns were turned mated at $10,000. The mine, one ol 31. On Bessie Milbourn, Lizzie Who-ley- , Immediately on us and the two upper the largest in the county and having An engineer, fireman and Kinder, Katie Kinder. Ashland. stories destroyed. The big gun firing a capacity of 35 carloads of coal a day Third Grade: David Behen, Forrest continued for three long and horrible will be shut down for about ten days brakenian of a C. & O. extra freight train from Lexington to Ashland, were Weacherholt, Katherine Suter, Kuth hours. Cadets Driven Out & Glasgow. The Louisville Nash overcome with gas when the train was Rickets, Irene Carman, Frances Mar"The entire hotel became so filled ville Ilailroad Co. suffered a heavy loss stalled in the Williams Creek tunnel tin, Virginia Downs. with smoke and gas It was difficult to when properties here valued at $300, twenty miles from here. L. O. Lear, Second Grade: Bessie Keil, Helen breathe, and we could scarcely see 000 were destroyed by fire. The rail the fireman, died within half an hour. Suter, Eleanor Martin, Orville Furrow , ten feet away. road freight depot, freight warehouse Enginer E. S. Jones and Brakeman Lena Swarens. "The firing from the anarchists the engine house and seven freight F. G. Roberts recovered after treat First Grade: F.lizabeth May, Eva drove the cadets from our hotel, und cars were loaded with tobacco ready ment. The three men were from LexMay, Billy Phelps, Rachel Rasham. night the anarchists took for shipment. The loss is partly cov ington. M Tuesday poaaaaalaa ered by insurance. The origin of the In "The hatile continued for four days KenPreparation Louisville. lire Is unknown. GARFIELD. more, the bolshevlkl firing from our tucky for the second war fund cambote! and the cadets firing back. On paign for the American Red Ctohs SoMt. Sterling. Montgomery Mrs. Austin LtGrand and pearl Belle count Wednesday the firing was so heavy banks show the greatest amount ol ciety was given impetus at an enthusi- Mattingly weie in Iivington, Fiiday, as that the hull were not even safe, and dapoalta in their history $2, 760,000 astic meeting held here, when leaders guests of Mrs. Louis Thomas. Incellar, where we stayed and this amount will be increased tc from tho state discussed with C. B. we went to Bill Stinnett was in Owensboro last a couple of taya and nights. $3,500,000 when the tobacco market Dyer, of Cleveland, various details re"It was not only the firing that Is over. There is a world of money lating to organization work. Kentucky week. was expected but the bolshevlkl had to loan that can find no takers, and tht will be asked to raise $900,000 of the Mrs. R. W. Meador and son, Harold demanded tin- keys to the wine cellar, year just closed is shown to have 9,400,000 apportionment of the Lake PraiAlin, of Irvington, were guests, refu-eNo one knew which bad been been of the most prosperous the i Li Division. Mouday, ot Mrs. D. H. Smith. when they might use force and get aaa of this county have ever had. Mr. Duvall, Hardinsburg, was here them. Von cannot Imagine what awFrankfort. The meningitis sltua Tuesday. ful looking people, these men are. A Harrodsburg.W. W. Gibson, Clar- tlon In Glasgow has been called to the large part seemed to be deserters from ence Gibson, W. B. Matherly and Hay attention of Governor Stanley, who has Rev. TrumitB, Foidville, visited here army, and they looked us If there don Coker, charged with "kukluxlng,' ordered the State Board of Health to last week. the Have several cottages on the Hill and in the West wus nothing they would ntop at. were given examining trials and each take charge of the situation, aud also Traveling salesmen, Hinlaway and End of the City. "finally the firing seemed to diminwas held to the grand Jury in the sum said he would wire Surgeon General ish, and on Saturday we learned the of $500. John Riley, a neighbor, swore Gorgas, of the United States army, Davis were here Wednesday. cudets had been defeated." Two-stor- y Mesdaroes Frank Dowtll and Roy out the warrants, alleging that the and General Rupert Blue, head of Pubresidence in East End on Street. four, with others, came to his, home lic Health Service, Washington, asking Kennedy were guests, Thursday, til Several deaths Mrs. W. T. Di.well. PAYS 6 CENTS TO COLLECT 5 heavily armed, dragged him und hit their on Main Street. American from spinal wife from tbelr bed, led them some have resulted recently Mrs. Theodosia Hall visited herniece, meningitis In Glasgow, and new cases distance and warned them to leave the Tax Collecting Not Always Profitable Mrs Owi u Robbins, at Louisville lust Farm property from 50 to 300 acres prices right. county. have developed. Job, According to County week. Treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hager were the Louisville. Winchester. The total number ol Thomas Wisehart hat phone or call on me personally. Wichita, Kun. Collecting taxes It sued the Pennsylvania Railroad Co fatalities so far as ji result of the Pas- guests, Sunday, of Mr. und Mrs. Lod for $10,000 for personal Injuries al time theater disaster is twelve. There Bus ham. not always a profitable Job, according Sure to have something on my list to suit you. to have been suffered when a are yet several victims who are in a to County Treasurer W. It. Hewey. Mr. and Mrs L B. Richardson were l fell upon and crushed his feel serious condition as a result of InThe other duy a man living out of in Louisville last w'ek. town wrote to the county treusurer, while he was employed by the defend juries received when the theater walla Mr. FrauMin Kiucbeloe sj Miss Em a ant as a section band in Ohio, Febru crashed In. asking the aiuouut of his taxes on ma Meador, of IlardiLsburg, passed ary 21, 1918. small lot in the outskirts of the town. r. Whltesburg. In an effort to extin- through here, Suuday, en rcute to They were Ave cents, so he was InThe Mercer flsca' guish the Maine from a small child in Harrodsburf formed by letter, costing the county Mrs. E. C. Harried and Ruth H.ir'ned court has fixed the tax levy at t0 cents her home at Thornton Creak, in this stump. treasurer a three-cen- t county, Mrs. A. B. Ewin, the wife ol were guebts of Mrs. H. K. Moorman, divided as follows: Road aud brldg In u few days u letter wus received eg last week. with the live ceuts. He had to have fund, 26 ceuts; ordinary tun I, I a coal operator, was seriously b n M cents; railroad, 10 cents, unJ about the hands and face. T; lit til K. Eskridge, Hardinsburg, waa J. a receipt returned to him, costing anmWkt jAaiftaJK fhL aAill aAl W aAt aftMfltfdftk m4Wk 3fw7VwVC TVteWwK srVKKKK?RKKnfiRXK7 here Friday. fund, 5 centa. child was also badly burned. other three ceuts. Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Stock Farm Directory of Valley Stock Farm Dealer FARMS Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs - Hampshire Sheep Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. nttli Valley Home Stock Farm Thos. O'Donoghue Beard Bros. Live Stock and I for-nier- l; one-hal- f Tobacco . Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Stock and Tobacco Park Place Irvington, Mrs. H. J. Hamman This Space for Sale j Farmer and Feeder Barred Plymouth Rocks This Space for Sale This Space for Sale Pa.-en- HARTE A "Wm I , B bya lat-"t- PAUL C0MPT0N, Hardinsburg, Ky. List Your Farm and City Property with ' Real Estate Dealer tl D. SEATON, Farm and City Property for Sale - d. High Theater Write, tee-rai- Cu:-te- I Cloverport, J. D. SEATON Kentucky KKK Long Live The King By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART Copyright, Copyright, W7, Tb HIT. Mry Kobn Kmhart (hta B rroi HMcit Ctnpnnr out of a healthy sleep to do It. Not thnt Nlkky snld Just that. What he really observed wns: "The king sent for hip Inst night. Miss Hrnlth-wnltp- . nnrt nnrt nskprt me to hang I round." Thus Nlkky, of his snored trust! Nonp thp less sacred to him, either, thnt he spoke lightly. He glanced up nt thp orosspd swords, and his eyes were hard. And Miss Brnlthwnlte knew. She reached over and put a hand on his arm. "You and I," she said. "Out of all the people In this palace, only yon and I! The archduchess hates him. I see It in her eyes. She can never forgive him for kppplng thp thronp Hpdwlg. from The very dny-brea- at CHAPTER III. At the Riding School. His roynl highness the Crown Prince Fpnllnnncl William Otto wns In dis- grace. Ho hurt risen nt six. hnfhed. dressed, nnrt gone to mnss. In drsgrnce. Ho on hnrt breakfasted nt seven-thirttrait, rercnl, nnrt one egg. In dlsgrncc. Hp hnrt gone to his study nt elghl A o'clock for lpssons. In dlsgrnce. long Ilnp of tutors cnmp nnrt wont nil morning, nnrt ho worked diligently, but hp wns still In disgrace. All mont-Inlong nnrt In thp Intrrvnls between tutors hp hnrt tried to cntch Miss Brnlthwnlte's pye. Except for the most orrtlnnry civilities, shp hnrt refused to look In his y j wig would get tired, nnd nsk Nlkky please to bp nmuslng while she rested. And he would not be amusing at nil. The crown prince felt thnt she never really snw Nlkky at his best. The riding school hnd been built for officers of the army, hut wns now usod by the court only. Here thp king had riddpn as a lad with young Mettllch, his close friend oven then. Thp fnvor-It- e mnre of his Inter yonrs, now old nnd nlmost blind, still had n stall In the adjneent royal stables. One of the king's last excursions abroad had been to visit her. Ovorhend. up a gront runwny, were the stntc ehnrtots. gll; conches o Inconceivable weight, traveling cnrrlnges periods, sleighs In of the which four horses drove nbrenst. their panels pnlnted by the grout nrtlsts of thp tlmp; nnd onp plain little vehicle, very shabby, In which the roynl children of long ago had tied from a Invnslon. In one corner, blac k and gold nnd forbidding, wns the Imposing hears,' In which the dend sovereigns of the eoun- ir.v were inKon 10 ineir long sioep in the vaults under the cathedral. Good, bad, and Indifferent, one nfter the other, as their hour came, they hnd taken their Inst Journey In the old intafnlque nnd hud Joined their Mnny they had been: men of Iron, men of blood, men of flesh, men of water And now they lay in stone crypts, nnd of nil the line only two post-chnlsKar-nlnn (went out another door, and closed it behind her. Immediately opening It about an Inch. The chancellor strode around the screen, scratching two tables with his sword ns ho ndvnnced, and kissed Unhand of the Princess Annuncinta. They wore old enemies nnd therefore al ways very polite to each other. The Something That Appealsi , To human sentiment is j'circlri. For every aye and for everv 01 r.isinn such :hi lilnhi is engage- ments, weddings, graduation inn. life-lon- g, gifts that are Your friends desire to he rememhered with and confirm You will rind such gifts at rour I lnmic j circle r T. C. LEWIS Your Home Jeweler ig lardinslmrjr, K . DR. W. Office Hours: B. TAYLOR. A ...PERMANENT... DENTIST teas?, Iwsy i remained. One and nil. the royal vehicles were shrouded In sheets, except on one day of encb month when the sheets were removed and the public ndmltted. Put on that morning the great hearse wns uncovered, nnd tw i men were working, one nt the upholstery, which he wns brushing. The other wns carefully oilThey Were Old Enemies ing the wood of the body. Save for them, the wide nnd dusky loft was archduchess offered him n cup of ten, empty. which he took, although she alwnys mde very bad tea. And for a few The archduchess wns hnvlng ten. moments they discussed things. Thus: Her boudoir was a crowded little the king's condition; the replanting of room. The archduchess liked It be- the place with trees; nnd the dale of cause It was warm. The palace rooms bringing out the Princess Hilda, who were mostly Inrge and chilly. She had wns still In the school room. n fire there on the warmest days In But the archduchess suddenly came spring, nnd liked to put the conls on, to business. She was an abrupt perherself. She hud them wrapped In son. "And now, general," she said, pieces of paper so she would not soil "what Is her hands. "I am in trouble, highness," replied This afternoon she was not alone. the chancellor simply, Lounging at a window was the lady "We are most of us In thnt condition who wns waiting at the time, the nt all times. I suppose you mean this Countess Loschek. Just now she was absurd affair of yesterday. Why such getting rather a wigging, but she wns a turmoil about It? The boy ran remnrknbly calm. , nwny. When he wns reudy he re"The !nst three times," the arch- turned. He Is here now, and safe." duchess snld, stirring her ten, "you "I am afraid be Is not as safe as hnve hnd a sore throut. In my opinion, you think, mudnme." you smoke too mnny cigarettes." "Why?" The Countess Loschek wns thirty, He sat forward on the edge of Ids and very handsome, in an Insolent chair, and told her of the students nt way. She was supposed to be the best the university, who were being tired dressed woman nt the court, nnd to by some powerful voice ; of the rule Annuncinta with an Iron bund, of the two spies; of the nithough it was known that they evidence that the Committee of Ten quarreled a great deal over small was meeting again, and the failure to I dlSCOTef things, especially over the coal fire. their meeting place; of Some said that the real thing thnt among the people, according held them together wns resentment to the reports of his agents. And then that the little crown prince stood be- to the real purpose of his visit. Karl tween the Princess Hedwig and the of Karniu had, unotlielally, proposed throne. Annunciata was not young, for the Princess lledwlg. He had but she was younger than her dead himself broached the matter to the brother Hubert. king, who had at least taken It under The countess ynwned. advisement. The urchdudicss list"Where Is Hedwlg?" demanded the ened, rather pale. archduchess. "Madame, after centuries of Inde"Her royal highness Is In the nurs- pendence we now face n crisis which ery, probably." we cannot meet alone. Believe me, I "Why probably?" know of what I speak. I'nited, we "She goes there a great deal." could stand against the world. But a The archduchess eyed her. "Well, divided kingdom, a disloyal and disout with It," she said. "There is contented people, spells the end." something seething in that wicked And ut lut he convinced her. But, brain of yours." becuuse she was built of a contrary The countess shrugged her shoulders. mold, she voiced un objection, not to Not thut she resented having a the scheme, but to Karl himself. "I wicked brnln. She rather fancied the dislike him. He is arrogunt and Idea. "She and young Lieutenant Lnr-Ise- stupid." have tea quite frequently with "But powerful, mndume. And his royal highness." what else Is there to do?" "Little fool!" said Annunciata. But There was nothing else, und she she frowned, and sat tapping her tea- knew It. But she refused to broach cup with her spoon. She wus Just a the mutter to Hedwlg. trifle afraid of Hedwlg, and she wns And It ended with the chancellor, more anxious than she would huve looking most ferocious but Inwardly "How fur do uneasy, undertaking to put, us one may cared to acknowledge. you think the thing hns gone?" say, a flea into the Princess Ucdwig's "He Is quite mad ubout her." small enr. "And Hedwlg but she Is silly As he strode out, the door Into the enough for anything. Do they meet next room closed quietly. uny where else?" "At the riding school, I believe. At (Continued next week). In office during flier In nr. Irvlngton, Kj. ' manded Nlkky. . L M. Punux got out his handkerchief ' aV)d snld nothing violently. "Otto!" snld Miss Brnlthwnlte. "What did you do?" "Nothing." He looked about. He was quite convinced thnt M. Punux wns what Bobby would huve termed a poor sport, and hnrt not played the game fnlrly. The guard at the railway, he felt, would not hnve yellpd and wppt. "Oh, well, I thrpw a plpce direction. The French tutor wns stnndlng nenr a photograph of Hedwlg, and pretending not to look nt It. Frlnce Fprrtlnnnrt Wllllnm Otto hnrt n suspicion that the tutor wns In lovp with Hedwlg. Prlncp Ferdinand Wllllnm Otto dirt not llkp the Frpnch tutor. Hp nlso found the sun unsettling. Bpsldps, hp hntpd verbs. Nouns were different. One could do something with nouns, although pven thpy hnd a way of having genders, ktto his head popppd a rpcollpctlon of a delightful pastime of the day before nothing more nor less than flipping paper wads at the guard on the scenic railway as the car went past him. Prince Ferdinand William Otto tore off the corner of a piece of paper. chewed It deliberately, rounded and i; unirii ii wiiii ni io.n nuri n, miu aimed It at M. Fuaui. It struck him the eye. M. Instantly things happened. Punux yelled, and clapped a hand to his eye. Miss Bralthwaite rose. His royal highness wrote a rather shaky French verb, with the wrong termination. And on to this scene came NIkky for the riding lesson. Nlkky surveyed the scene. He had, of course, bowed inside,,.the door, and ., .a -- II BU .1... soil "J .Li null;. dul vtii.1 WUS ilJKKy mill an Informal person, and was quite apt to bow deeply before his future sovereign, and then poke him in the chest. "Well!" said Nlkky. "Good morning." said Prince Ferdl-nnnWllllnm Otto, In a small and nervous voice. "Nothing wrong. Is there?" ded One black Jack, well marked, 8 years old: I good one; 14 hands high; he is sound, a good hreeder: reason fur selling: we are in the husiness to huy and sell: we guarantee him as represented. BEARD BROS., liardinsburg, Ky. As He Passed Men Lifted Their Hats and Women Bowed. Itr guards down below, the sentries at our doors, how do we know they are loyal?" "The people love him," said Nlkky doggedly. "The people I Sheep. I do not trust the people. I do not trust any one. I watch, tut what can I do? The very food we eat " "He Is coming," said Nlkky softly. And fell to whistling under his Try Us For Job Printing breath. Together Nlkky and Prince Ferdinand William Otto went out and down the great marble staircase. Sentries Two flunkies in scnrlet nnd .saluted. gold threw open the doors. A stray 'dog that had wandered Into the court yard watched them grnvoly. "I wish," said Prince Ferdinand William Otto, "that I might have a dog. Yesterday I met a boy who has 'a dog. It sleeps on his bed nt night." Nikky looked back. Although it had been the boast of the royal family for a century that it could go about unattended, that its only danger was from the overzeal of the people in showing their loyalty, not since the death of Prince Hubert had this been true In fnct. No guards or soldiers accompanied them, but the secret poSo lice were always near at hand. Nlkky looked, made sure that a man In civilian clothing was close at their heels, and led the way across the square to the riding school. A small crowd lined up nnd wntched the passing of the little prince. As he passed, men lifted their hats and women bowed. 4T have a great many friends," he said with a sigh of content, as they iieared the riding school. "I suppose I don't really need a dog." "Look here," said Nlkky, after a you pause. "Look here, highness, didn't t.eat your friends very well Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal $1.00 1.50 The Breckenridge News j $2.50 .' Both 1 Year for $2.25 $3.00 .50 1.50 Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News -- of paper. That's all. I didn't think It would hurt." Miss Bralthwaite rose and glanced at the carpet. But Nlkky was quick. Quick and understanding. He put his shiny foot over the paper wad. "Paper!" said Miss Bralthwaite. "Why did you throw paper? And at . M. Puaux?" "I Just felt like throwing something," explained his royal highness. "I gness It's the sun, or something." Nlkky dropped his glove, and mlrac--( tilously, when hp had picked It up the little wad wns gone. "For throwing paper, five marks," said Miss Bralthwaite, and put It down In the book she carried In her pocket. It was rather an awful book. On Saturdays the king looked It over, and demanded explnnatlons : "for A gentleuntidy nulls, live marks man never has untidy nails, Otto. For objecting to winter flnnnpls, two marks. Humph ! For pocketing sugar from the ten tray, ten marks Humph ! For Inck of attention during religious instruction, five murks. Ten on for the sugnr, and only five for Inattention to religious Instruction! What have you to sny, sir?" Otto Prince Ferdinand William looked at Nlkky and Nlkky looked back. Then Ferdinand William Otto's was Nlkky left eyelid drooped. astounded. How was he to know the treasury of strange things that the crown prince had tupped the previous afternoon? But, after a glance around the room, Nlkky's eyelid drooped ulso. He slid the paper wad Into his pocket. "I am afraid his royal highness has hurt your eye, M. Puaux," said Miss Bralthwaite. "Not at all," said the unhappy young man, testing the eye to discover if he could see through It. "I urn sure his royal highness meant no hum," M. Punux went out, with his handkerchief to Ills eye. While Oskar, his valet, put the crown prince Into riding clothes, Nlkky yJiurt Miss Bralthwaite had a talk. It began by Nlkky's stilting that she was likely to see him a great deal now, and he hoped she would not find him p In the way. He had been made to the crown prince, vice Count Lussin, who had resigned on account of Illness, having, hcci i roused ! ! $5.00 All For Only $4.00 Send Your Subscriptions to h The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. 7W 7W 7w iWi 7W 7W 7m 7m 7m 7w 7m 7m7m7W7m7m7W7m7mimMV-mm'mf- yesterday." "I know,- - said Prince Ferdinand William Otto meekly. But Prince Ferdinand William Otto had thought out a defense. "I got back ull right "It was least, didn't I?" He considered. Here a maid entered and stood worth It. A policeman shook me !" "Which rlollceiuan?" demanded Nlk- waiting at the end of the screen. "His excellency, General Mettllch," ky In a terrible tone, nnd in his fury quite forgot the ragging he had pre- said the maid. The archduchess nodded her august pared for Otto. "I think I'll not tell you, If you don't head, and the maid retired. "Go away, Olga," said the urehduchess. mind." Fortune smiled on Nlkky that day. "And you might," she suggested grimHad, Indeed, been smiling daily for ly, "gujjgle your throut." The chancellor had pussed a trousome three weeks. Singularly enough, the Princess lledwlg, who had been bled night. Being old, like the king, pluced on a pony at the early age of he required little sleep. And for most two, and who had been wont to boast of the time between one o'clock .und that she could ride uny horse In her ids rising hour of live he had lain In iris narrow camp bed and thought. He g grandfather's stables, was taking hud not confided all his worries to the From twelve to one lessons. which was, also singularly, the time king. Evidences of renewed activity on the Prince Ferdinand William Otto and Nlkky rode in the ring the Princess part of the terrorists were many. In Bode divinely. the pust month two of his best secret lledwlg rode also. Rode suuclly. Rode, when Nlkky was agents hud dlsuppeurvd. One hud been found the day before, stubbed in the ahead, tenderly. To tell the truth, Prince Ferdinand back. The chancellor had seen the Put It William Otto rather hoped, this morn- body an unpleasant sight. ing, that lledwlg would not be there. wus not of the dead man that Cem rul There was a difference In Nlkky when Mettllch thought. It wus of the other. lledwlg was around. When she was Tlie dead tell nothing. But the living, not there he would do nil sorts of under torture, tell muiiy thlugs. And things, like Jumping on his horse while this man Haeckel, young us he wus, It was going, nnd rldlug backward In knew much thut was vital. At five General Mettllch had risen, the saddle, and so on. He had once veil rld Jumping on his horse as It exercised before an open window with galloped past him, and missed, und un old pair of Iron dumb bells, hud folawfully ashamed about It. lowed this with a cold buth uud hot bud But when Hedwlg was there, there coffee, and hud gone to eurly muss ut was no skylarking. They rode around, the Cathedral. He entered the boudoir of the Arch and Hie riding master put up Jumps ftOjl Ull'i UMjJt Mew ductless Auuuncluta, and the countess AnL fluajly. I" MEANING OfTaCODITE TOAST Glasses Raised to "the Little Gentleman in Velvet" Had a Peculiar Significance Centuries Ago. "To the little gentleman In velvet" wns a fuvorlte Jucoliite toast in the reign of Queen Anne. Hy "the little gentleman In velvet" the Jacobites mennt the mole thut ruised the hummock ngulnst which the horse of King of Oram) Wllllnm III (Wllllnm stumhled while riding In Hampton court. The king was thrown heavily to the ground, hreuklng his collurhone. A severe Illness ensued under which the king's feeble constitution gnve wny, und he died curly In the year 1702. He left no children and the crown pussed to Anne, a sister of William's deceused wife, Queen Mury, und a duughtcr of the deposed king, James II. It was the plan of the Jncohites to hring hack to the throne Jumes the Pretender, a son, It was claimed, of Jumes II by his second wife, Mary of Modena. The execution of their plans wus not attempted until the house of Hunover cume to the throne. The attempt of the Pretender Jumes In 1715 was a miserable failure, hut the attempt of his son, Prince Charlie, In 174.1, wus a more formidable affair. He collected a considerable force In Scotland, Invaded England nnd reached Derby before compelled to retreat. He was Anally defeated ut Culloden. LOUISVILLE S6.00 COURIER-JOURNAL Daily by Mail (Not Sunday) AND THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Your Home Paper and the Best Known Daily Newspaper of this section. rld-lo- An Excellent Combination! Subscription orders at this combined rate may be sent to the office of The Breckenridge News or to Henry I'enner, the Courier-Journ- al Agent, Cloverport, Ky. Use News Want Ads for Results ipt H ior T " iqc lB1l 3Qi 1i 101 ,51i zjoi )llC3orpfol A LAST WARNING! have to settle in full April 3rd for my term as Sheriff. This office and my deputies have given all sufficient time to pay. We have notified all, both by person and letter. ALL TAXES NOT PAID BY SAID DATE WILL BE ADVERTISED WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. Send in the amount of your taxes and receipt will follow. I Respectfully, A. T. BEARD, DEPUTIES: W. C. PATE, Cloverport; Ex-Sher- iff Breckinridge County J. B. CARMAN, Hardinsburg. WM. GIBSON, Stephensport; A. J. DYE, Clifton Mills; IRVINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite and daughter spent ili- week erjd with Mrs. Howa at Lewisporl. Mrs. J. T. Bryan has returned to Louisville after a tw weeks stay with Rev. I. Hi Ryan and Mrs. Ryan. Louis Waggoner went to Moravia Station, Thursday, to farm for Paul Wilson. Mrs. Clara Lewis, Lexington, visited Mis Eva Carrigan last week Mr. and Mrs. J. T. JobMM moved to Mrs. A. B Su Louisville last Friday. ter accompanied them and will spend two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drane motored to Louisville for the wetk end They will visit Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Drane. L. T. Kirtley has sold his property on W.lnut street to George Hewley. Hubrit W illaie and Joe Blanford, of Louisille, limited Mr, and Mrs. W. M, Roll lust week. Mr-Adelii Blthe returned to last Friday, having spent the win'er mom's with her son, T. R. Blythe. Ed llowe, Louisville, will spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Viigil lirite. Moorman Ctider. Louisville, has been the gu-- st of Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Do well. J. P. Vogel speut Fiiday in Owens-boro- . M''. and Mrs. J. B. Hernilon are home Mrs. Alf Hawes, Louisville, has been tne guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hawe . Mrs. J. C. Younger and Miss Eudora Younger, Louisville, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs R. B. McGlothlan. Miss Theodora Kirk, Owensboro, arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Kirk. J Frank Jolly and sons, Hardinf-burvisited Mrs. C. D. Hook last week. Miss Margaret ConnifT leaves the first" of April for a visit with her brother, Sgt. W. M, Connirf, who is stationtd at Ft. Ogelthorpe. Young, of IlliMr. and Mrs W. nois, are guests of Mr, and Mrs For rest S.lth. Miss Evelyn King, Messrs Arthur and Elmer King were at Camp Zachary Tay lor, Sunday, to see their brother. Other King, who is to be transferred to an other camp. Ben Clatkson, Louisville, was in town g, BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT President- - THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR SPRING SHIRTS and EASTER TIES We have a lovely line, all fresh and brand-nejust arrived. Also a complete line of Saturday. HARDINSBURG "There's much in this lite, after all. Tnat's pleasant, if people would take it; On some of us trouble must fall, But, sure I am most make it." Master Warren Pate, Nashville, Tenn., has been the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Margaret May. Mrs. Sam Monarch, of Frankfort, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J hn G bson, of Sample, were the guests of her aunt, Mrs. Lou Smith, last Sunday. Air. Roland Smith, Stephensport, was in town on business Tueiday. The Red Cross sent eff another box of knitted ai tides last week. Xev. Robert Johnson has returned from a vi.it to his old h une near Eildy- ville. The Hinh School will have a pla J ' The Heatt of Heart's Content, the 9 h of SPRING AND SUMMER UNDERWEAR, MEN'S AND LADIES' OXFORDS, WALKOVER, . QUEEN' QUALITY, OUTING AND TENNIS SHOES. MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND ODD PANTS visit to their daughtets, Mrc. fr m John Wulier, Hopkissvlllv, and Mrs. John He.rj, Naslivi.le. Mi s .Vlollie Trent has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hajnes Trent. Irvingt u c'llzsns in Louisville last week: Mises Augie Gibson, Elizibelh Baxter, K'inibeth C .in, Mabel Adkins, Ruth Marshall, Mrs, A. T. Adkius, J. C Payne, Fred B:ite and T. R. Blthe-JT. McKelvey, Louisville, was in town Tuesdai . Mrs. Allele ConuilT visited in Louisville last week. E. E. Ilardawiy was in town. Thurs day, in the interest of the Standard Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. G llhdj entertained a number ol fiieuds at dinner on March 17th, the occasion being in honor of Mrs. Ljdia Bindy's 74th birthday. Mrs. ll.tndy was the tecipient of many nice presents. COHPLETE LINE OF WASH GOODS had been the guest of his parents. nd Miss Mrs. John O'Reillv, Jr., Shellie Tool were in Louisville last week shopping There will be services at the M, E, church, Sunday. There will be special music has bought Fred Cannon, Mi hum-IsMr Andrew Elder's (.roperty and has moved here. Will Cannon, McDaniels, has rented Miss Judiili Beard, of Central City, are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard. SPECIAL--N0- . 1 Sorghum 85c while it lasts HARNED N. GARDNER, Irvington, Ky. . Apri. MUs Anna KiDchelou has returm d from Louisville, where she was the y. guest of Miss Ella Ahl on W. B oad-wa- Messrs. James W. W. Miller and J. H. Miller bought new Maxwell cars last we.-k- . and children, Louisville, have been visitors of Mr. and Mrs. II J. Krebs. Mrs. Jouas Lyon motored in town Friday afternoon. She was accompanied by her son, J . Hubert Lyon, who has been quite ill the past three months, t is useless to say we were glad to see Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp "Stogie." Allen R Kicchelue has returned from a stay in Louisville. Kev. Huntsman has been confined to his bed tor several days. Mrs. Wilson, Glen Dean, has beentl e guest of Mrs. V. C. Moorman. Charlie Dean, Glen Dean, wasintown on business Thursday. Rev. James V. Norman returned from Providence, R. I., Saturday, where he :xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: FOR SALE! Livery Hani, 6 Horses, one Ford Automobile, one Surrey, Drummer WtgOft, 3 Buggies, N double Sets Harness and two single Sets. Doing a good business. Reason for selling, want to change business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black, Wood, row wre guests of Rev. and Mrs. C, F. Black Sunday. Miss Bessie B. Weatherford spent the week end with her aunt, Mis Mr Hubert Uejarnette's property. Mr. Nancy Board Orjarnette has moved to his farm. The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. We invito you to call and see our new Spring Line of Guy Elder, Lojisville, was the guest Gregory with all its contents was destroyed by lire Wednesday morning. of his mother for the week end. Up Trimmed Hats latest styles and models Mrs. Richard Carman, Garfield was Miss Eliz i Miller has returned from just ready to wear. The besr thing about them is the Louisville, where she underwent a the guest of Mrs. C. C. Carman Wed prices are within your reach. Just call and see them. I nfir nesday. slight operation at St. S E Tucker and Marvin Bruington New Line Mrs. Nannie Frank, Mr. and Mrs. were in Louisville Wednesday. Humphrey Marshall have returned ficm John Weathsrford sold his farm last a visit with relatives in Cloverport. week to P M. Tucker & Co. Miss Viola Pate has recovered from a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford Good grade of Apron Ginghams, at 15 cents per yard. spell of sickness and is able to be cut. and daughter, Bessie B. were in LouisMiss Ruth Chainbliss, of Cloverport, ville last week. was tbe guest of her mother, Mis. Mary Miss Anna B Cardan, Irvington was Chambllss, for the week end. the guests of Miss Virginia Payne Morris Jolly and LtSieur Miller have Friday. returned from a visit in Loui.ville. D. H Smith, Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kincheloe enter, Sallie Harned and daughter, Ruth ard tained to six o'clock dinner, Saturday Mrs. Vergil Smith, Garfield were evening, at the Commercial Hotel, Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gregory aud Mrs. A T. Beard, Misses Hannah Thursday. B.'arcl and Anna Lee Bishop. Miss Lydia "Macy, Garlleld spent addition to our store building We are building a Mrs. Lee Bishop is receiving new Thursday and Friday here tbe guest made necessary to take care of our growing business. millinery goods all the time. She will of relatives. be gl td to sell you a new Easttr tor. Mrs W. T. Gregory went to Louisnet. ville Friday. White and his mother, Mr Cleoa Clint Davis sold his farm last week of Boston, arrived Tuesday at noon for to Loyd Butler. wedding. the Miss Myrta Patterson q this place Captain Carrigan and Mrs. Carrigan and Mr. Blane of Kails of Rough were have taken rooms with Miss Tula I Ur- married at the home of Rev. Johnston iel and are doing light housekeeping. of Hardinsburg Wednesday I also want an add in your want add John Uabbage. Dear Sir: I received vour Mr. Lewis Ditto is the guest of his paper and letter. I was suprised getting column for two weeks and seud bill. A Subscriber and Advertiser. mother, Mrs. Hattie Ditto. C. A. Brown. it so soon. I want the paper for a year. Hardinsburg, Ky., Mar. 11. I9I8, Mr. Mrs. Margaret May has gone to NashProm, Luther Dowell. ville to be tbe guest of her daughter, John Babbage, Dear Sir: Unclosed New Subscriber. Mrs. S. A. Pate, and Mr. Pate. for six months subplease find check Alexander, III., Mar. 18, I9I8. Mr Now is the time to Subscribe Dr. H. J. Beard, of Livermoie, and scription to the Brcckenridge News. WOMEN y. Spring Ginghams, Shirtings, Cheviots and Percals Men s and Women's Shoes Onion Sets and Seed Potatoes 20-fo- t R. W. JONES, Glen Dean, Ky. Meant-Willi- e