You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: April 17, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918041701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 17, 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. 11.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages ESSAY CONTEST No. 42 fOL. XLII tECKINRIOGE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17, 1918. COUNTY GIVES HER FIRST SON OE FRANCE The A htm rut Flag i LIBERTY BONDS BARE 41 PER CENT TO DIE ON THE BATTLEFIELDS Krais. B. Ofeflory FOR LIBERTY LOAN is W. Herndon, of Irvington. Killed in Action, March 30. He Was the First Volumteer From This County. Enlisted in May, 1917. Member of Prominent Family. Memorial Services Held. iom henceforth until time inimemo-the name of Lewis Washington unrton will 'inger in the minds and rts of every man, woman and child Breckinridge county as the first home y to volunteer and. the first to be kill in the world's 4 on the battlefield teatest struggle for liberty and right- ousness. Od last Thursday afternoon the mes-, . . .a sage came to Mr. ano .wrs. jess i. Herndon, of Irvington, from the Adju tant General of the United States, say- ling, "your son, Lewis Washington Herndon, was killed in action March 80 The same day of the message, his par- parents received a letter from him dated March 17th arid he told of his work log that he was building budges ot wood in place of steel and he also said that his company of Engineers were in line with the British speaking so Idlers. Herndon was member of Co. D. 6th Engineers corps. When the mother received the word she was prostrated with grief and while both of the parents are saddened, yet they have never been heard to express fe word of revret for they can not help .. Mu Hi..... .sou., lirilllfl ... Till.. ...... u ' ' who has shown the supreme flee he gave his lite for his country. Messages and letters have poured in to the Herndon home from all over the state, bearing words of deepest sym pathy and of the highest praise of this young hero. 1 1 MRS. H. A. OELZE BURIED SATURDAY Widow of Prominent Citizen Suc- cumbs After Several Years Illness. Devout Member of Methodist Church. Mrs Adrian Heston Oelze, widow of the late II A ( )elze who died in January, lalti, succumbed to a complication of diseases at her home in the West End, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. She had been in ill health for several years and since the death of her husband, Mrs Oelze lias been gradually failing The funeral was held from the residence, Saturday afternoon, and the services were conducted by Rev W. L Itaker. The interment followed in the Cloverport cemetery. Mrs Oe'ze wa$ the daughter of WillShe was born iam and Bail Heston in Hardinsburg, Ky , on the 23rd day of November, When she was two 847. years old, her father died and she was taken by her u.icle, Robert L Heston, to his home in Leitchfield where she Later, Mrs. Oelze grew to womanhood. lived part of her life with her brother. Chas. Heston, of Hardinsburg, who sur. vives her On September 15, I895, she was mar ried to Henry Amil Oelze and to this uu ion one son was horn, Robert Leonard Oelze. Mr and Mrs. k L. Oelze and their children, Miss Mary Owen, Robert and Katherine Oelze scent the winter with Mr. Oelze's mother and they with Mrs Helen Adams, a sister of the de. ceased, were at her bedside when she passed away. Mrs Oelze united with the Methodist church while she was a young girl and after coming to this city, she moved her membership to the Cloverport Methodist church and she was one of its most loyal She was a life member of the members Ladies Aid Society and worked 111 it continually as long as she was able sa. The (iovrniH'til olfer-- : A a Symbol of "duty well done" If ClOTWpoH buys tho allotment Of Bonds in Tin- Liberty Lou, Civic pride should inspire to win it. Krnest effort will rupture the prize': Yet, Iboro'i more in ocbioYing mob booot Than von rimy nt lftt realize Kvery soldier buy drciiins of sure Victory, (iod grunt that his dream tuny come true! Altho God. in His meicy, protects him. Yet fome aid is expected of You. Thetefoie, dig way down deep for your dollms. "Over tlte Top" with your gold: Shell out your shekels, your ducats; now loosen your hold! On Uncle Sam guarantees every penny, Aid, protect each hruve bejf '"over there.1' Now most loyally strive. He an "Ace in the Drive." Toward The Liberty Loin. Da i'our Slutrr.' HotVl tlio bJUHMf - Interest, Will be Dated May 9. Prize of $2.50 in Thrift Stamps 1918 and Mature in Ten Given the Grade Pupil Who Years. 2nd District's Quota Writes an Essay ThatWill Sell $30,000. C. W. Moorman The Bonds. Chairman. Piggott. Breckinridge county Chairman of the Third Liberty Loan announces th Districts chairman! for the LI IMri Bond Drive which is on this week and the quota for each district. The district chairmans are: C. W, Moorman. Cloverport; 'A. C. Hendrick. Hardinsburg; W. .1 Schoop. Stephens-por- t: Dr. W. L, Milner, I'nion Star; e' G. 1' inningham, Mooleyville. J. V. St. Clair, Webster; J M Herndon, Irvington: Chas Blar.ford, Itcwloy villc; G. H. Pllt, Custer, J. H. Comer; Hud son; Huse Alexander, Mook; A. C. Glasscock. McDaniels, Charlie Dean, Glen Dean: W. V. Baxter, Rockvale; J J Keenan.Mattingly. The quota for the six Magi sterial districts in Breckinridge county include: 1st District. 1)5,000; 2nd, Mr. V. .1. f.Ml,-00' 1- 1- pur-e-strin- 3rd, 110,000; 4th, 130.000; Mb. ftVOQOl 6th, s,ioo The Third Libert Loan Bonds will 1 DEATH CLAIMS AGED per cent interest, The are bear State Director of Food Addated and bear interest from May lu, ministration To Speak Here. lOll and will mature September l.", 54 LI L V . 1 111 It, self-sac- Member of Prominent Family Herndon was 21 years old Marco 2lst. He was born and reared in Irvington and was a member of one of the most prominent families in Breckinridge county. He was educated at Russelville, Ky. and he had just finished his couise in Electrical Engineering at the Kentucky State University at the limn he enlisted. When President Wilson issued the call nVr volunteers, Herndon took his exam1, jfferions and passed and was released from commencement exercises of the University because he was anxious to enlist and do his part insaving America. He was first sent to Fort Thomas, Ky for training, then to the barracks of Washington University. Having successfully passed all of his examinations there, he was later sent to France in October Mr. and Mrs. Herndon went to New York to see him before he left and the last tiling he said to his mother was that he felt it his duty to go and said "I must go. " Young Herndon was very popular among his colleagues and in his home town He was an exceedingly hand some young man and with his personal magnetism, his high principles, his sincere devotion and loyalty to his country and to tho-- whom he loved, he won Class Day a id the commencement exermore friends than most young men of cises proper will be at the Methodist his years are able to obtain. church Friday evening May I7. Besides his parents, Herndon had two younger brothers, Fairleigh and Jess, Mrs. Frank Ferry Chairman for whom he was fighting. e Mr. T. R. Moss, of the State Food Administration, will be in Cloverport to deliver a public address at 2 o'clock, Mrs. Nancy Bandy, of Basin Tuesday aftercoou, April 13, The meeting will be helil at the- American TheaSprings. Mother of Ten Chil- tre Mr. Mom Survived by Twenty-on- e Washington has just returned efrom dren. and will biir.g a direct from Mr. Hoover. He is, perhaps the best pe,sted man in Kentucky ou the real war situation and he is conMrs. Nancy Moredock Bandv, age M sidered one of tne most interesting and years, and the widow tf Thomas R entertaining speakers in the State His April 5, at the Bandv, died of senility, addiess is for both men and women home of her sou, Mr. (linger L. Bandv, of Basin Springs. Lieut. Gibson Married. Mrs. Bandy was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Moredeek. She Annouucemeut is made of the BM( was born and reared and spent her entire life in Breckinridge county. She riage of Miss Mary Grey Ashbrook and was married when she was fifteen years Mr ohn Gibson, First Lieutenant Ij9 old to Thomas R Handy and they had Depot Brigade, Camp Zachary Taylor, ten children, seven of whom are living, (Friday afternoon, April i2, 1DI8 , The weddiug took place at tne home and they are: Mrs. J. C. Mussell.-rauIrvington; Mr;. Allie Robbie and Mrs. Of tne bride's niotner, Mis. Mai me G. Esset McCoy, L niisville; and Mrs. Ashbrook, of Cvuthiana, Kv. Lieut. Gibson and Mrs. Gibson spent Chas. Fisher, Rockvale; Stephen Bandy and James Bandy, of Irv:ugton, and Sunday in Irvington, the guests ot Lieut. B. Her Gibson's parent's, Mr aud Mrs. Q L. Bandy, of Basin Springs. brothers are: J H. Moredock. age 77, Gitsoa, They returned to Louisville, C. H. S. Commencement Week. of Ga: fie (': S. R. Moredock, 69 (livens-boro- ; Monday, where Mrs QlbtOO will stay two sisters, Mrs. Rate Jarrett, :i, while Lieut. Gibson is stationed at Camp ard Mis. F.liza Bendy, 74, both of Z ichary Tax lor. CloverCommencement week of the Aside from these, Mrs port High School will be held May 14. Stephensport Y. W. A. Social. Bendy had t went; seven grandchildren, , i9 inclusive as announced by to all of whom were present at her fune0. K McCoy. The mom bora of the V. V. A. The bacculerate sermon will open ral except one, who was ill, and tweuty-onof the Baptist rnve a social MonMay 14, the week on Sunday evening Tne funeral services were held the day afternoon ut the home of Mrs. at the Baptist church, the Hev. W. L following Saturday at the Betnel church Frank Ferry in honor of their delivering the message llaker The Wednesday following l to be anil the intermtnt took place in toe me-sagGreat-grandchildreI Super-tendent- WOMAN lo'.'S The first coupan will be for I0o days inten st and will lie pay able Bret t ime ou BepU mher be iS 15, 1918 after which interest will on March payable and Sept. 15. semi-annual- Dr. D. S. Sphire, who became a resident of Hardin? burg, Kentucky, October IS, 9 17, and who has continuously acted as a Member of the Local Hoard, and medical examiner thereof, engaged in the work of select, iug eligible soldiers for service since his removal here, has completed his duties as such, and will henceforth devote him self exclusively to the practice i f his prolessiou 11 I work for the Government till now !:as prevented his accepting calls, only at rare intervals,, but, feeling that his duty to his country was paramount to his private interests, lie sacrificed his protession until he completed the work a signed to him. He will maintain offices in the Fanner-Banin the ri oms formerly used as tl e profs-s.ior.- The OBIoMltl on the sale of Liberty Bonds has decided to offer prizes for the four best essays on the subject, "Our Duty Toward the Liberty Loan '' In order that pupils of the lower grades may not have to compete with pupils of all ages, we have placed the contestants in four groups as follows: Oroup I Pupils over 1 and under 10 years of age. Groep II. I'upils over it) and under 2 vears of age. Group III. I'upils over II and under 14 years ot age. Group IV i'upils over l l years of age; the last group to include both Sth grade and High School students. The essays submitted by group I shall contain not less Ulan 100 words; those submitted by Croup II not ksM man 20o words; and IhOM labftitted by Croups III and IV net less that! GOO words. The essavs must be in the hands of the undersigned chairman not later and should give the age, than April name and address of the contestant. Kor the best essay in each group a prize ol H 50 in I'. S. Thrift Stamps will be given The prizes are contributed by ail t he banks ot the county and tbe bauks at Cloverport. Irvington and Hardinsburg will select the judges. The piize essay from each group will be published in oue or all the county We urge all boys and girls papers over the DOOM whe ther in school or out to take part in this contest as a patriotic privilege. The teachers in every community, whether engaged in school or not, should enlist the interest of every pupil who e m be reached. Teachers and pupils get busy and help the Breckinridge, county "Drive" go "Over the Top." Remember '.his is a modest request for you to "Do your bit," and it is a small "bit" compared with that ot the Hoys in the trendies who give their all when tliev go "Over the Top" to make secure "the peace and luxury which we here at home ei.jiy. Mrs. M. B. Kincheloe, Chairman of Breckinridge County Speakeis Committee lor Third Liberty Loan, Hardinsburg, Ky. In i'ost Office. Memoriam. Patriotic Meeting at C. H. S. of Liberty Bond Sale. phone Company for Cloverport, Hawer-vill- Kdward (Jrerory. Irvington and Hardinsburg reDelightful refreshments were ceived a notice Saturday that he had served and the jruests of honor Mrs. Marvin Beard of Hardinsburg. been transferred to a similar position at with attractive first hero. Director of sales in the Woman's Mt. Carmel, III. Mr. Hambv leaves were presented The services were conducted by Rev Division of the Liberty Loan campaign Wednesday to accept the tew place and ghtss hud vases and an American Reid, of the Baptist church, who made in Breckinridge county has appointed Mr. Hall, of Owensboro, conies here. lag as a remembrance from the a short talk in memoriam of Lewis W. Mrs frank Ferry as chairman of sales Mrs. Hamby will leave in a few days. Young Women's Association. Herndon and Rev. I'. H. Ryan, of the committee In Cloverport. Mrs Kerry will have to assist her in Methodist church, gave the address of soliciting in the Third Liberty Loan: the morning. OVER THE TOP WITH BETTER ROADS SATURDAY Beautiful music was rendered and Miss Claudia Pate, Miss Hay Lewis were present two boys in service Heyser, Miss Mary McGavock, Miss there who were comrades of Herndon. Tney Mary Owen Oe!.e MM Miss Mildred 1). A Vote lor 20 Cent Road Tax Is Really a Swat at the Hun. were Lieut. John Gibson, loDih Depot Babbage. Corp Hubert Livers, both Brigade, and from Camp Zachary Taylor. Hard surfaced highways are an absolute necessity in Rev. Ryan, in his address, said: any system of military preparedness, (jermany's ability to "Greater love hath no man than down his lif for this: that a man lay make tbe ihowiilg site lias, w as mainly possible because of Ha friends." Love is that eleuisut in ber yreat system of bard surfaced roads which fed ber man and woman that make them kin to (5Jd Love is that which meets country in every direction. Our Federal Government i vry nsed nobly, that resp mds to every situation in fullest measure' these states to put forth every effort to develop now e, Memorial Service president. Miss Esther l'aync who left Monday for her new home in Louisville and for Mrs. H. VY. Mr. Hamby Transferred. Snider of Hloomtield Ky., h former V. V. A. niemher who is Mr. Chas. Hamby, who has been the group manager of theCumberland Tele- riaittnjl hei parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bithel cemetery. There will be a patriotic meeting held at the school bouse Friday afternoon, April 10, at t, o'clock, in the interest of the Liberty Loan. An especial feature of the meeting will be a debate between several High School boys aud girls on "Liberty Loan vs. Otiiei Investments " There will also be several musical attractions, some five minute speeches, a dialogue between two children from Hardinsburg and a general enthusiasm will be aroused iu this great effort. Our motto is "Over the Top" not only in the meeting and the price essays but in our Liberty Loan subscription. Sunday morning at the Methodist church in Irvington, to pay tribute to the county's A memorial service was held, 'Bud Adkinson Dead. Mr. K. L. Adkinson, better known as "Bud" dropped dead at fift home He near Kosetta, Sumlav morning was subject to spells of acute indiges tion and it is supposed his death was caused from one of these spells. Mr. Adkinson was 01 years old. He is survived hy his wife and three children, Miss Nell Adkinson, Mrs. James Claycomb and Oscar Adkinson. McQuady, Ky., April 8. 1018 Whe-e-a- S death has again invaded our W. M. I', circle and brought sadness to our hearts iu taking awav our beloved sister, Mrs. W. 1). Wilson, who was called to the celestial union, April (, 1918, and feeling the sorrow of our great loss, we desire to give expression thereto in the following resolution! Resolved: That in the death of sister W. D. Wilson, the Woman's Missionary Union has lost one of its best members and the eommuuitv a true and oval friend. Kesolved: That we extend to the be reaved family our deepest sympathy in their loss and commend them to Him, who alone can heal the wouuds and bind tbe broken hearts. Resolved: That a copy of these reso lotions be spread upon the minutes of theW. M. U. and a copy be furnished in the Breckenridge for publication News aud the Western Recorder. Miss Elmina Lyons, Mrs. E. F. Lyons, Committee. Wanted! The Cloverport Chapter of the Ki d Cross wants IM new members iimnead. to th Ml etly to add thu making a total membership of ."mi). If there is a man or woman In Cloverport who is not a Ked rosa member show your patriotism by comtoing to the Reo Croat aeoaV qaartori or to any one member of tne fcur committees and give your name tor unuibi hip. your duty You are needed and it and privilege to help woi k and win. i ire some occasions in which it is necessary f 01 love to xprca itself me rely by a look of kiudnsss, a nod of approval, a smiie of appreciation. At Othiir tunas it must cxpiess itself in ... ......... ... . I - i. ......... , i, c m w.r in s vasions call ior acuon, ami some iui a prolonged ssries of acts, as whan the mother gives proof of her love by e ot a watching at the Continued ou paie There1 L m . i con-tinusbad-sid1) urin4 1 1 r I i v i the highways of this nation. This Government has now : L.S.. than 20,000 trained men constructing a jrreat system more HUNGEIV. has of military highways in France. These roads art; of per- For three years America fought starvation in Belgium manent construction, many with metal, to a depth of tw o Will you Eat less - wheat meat -f- ats and tugar feet. Thereby it is shown that it is your patriotic duty to that lie may still send food in ship loads ? your country and community to vote for Better Roads in Breckinridge county next Saturday. Can you do less? M1I.ATI0 AT . Notice Poultry Dealers. On and after midnight, April lOth, engaged iu poultry business can begin negotiating lb lai and pur. chase of heus and pullets. Puck your eggs for shipment according to railroad classification so us to elimiuate all loss 19IK, those by R. R. Comptoa, Federal Food Adm'r for Breck. Co., Ky. breakage. I Sunday School hip and city. IW.I Associations: State, imbvi 1,1, w, THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL VJU'i.y. These associations are Miss Holah Benvlu has the measles. s Ins batfl received here that N Adrain I'ate who has been in the 0 S armv for sometime - now ever In France Mr. I'ate is a snn of Aiison 'ate of iwensboro. school John Weatherholt, Clnverport has community or uiwved on Mr (iici Hordett's farm. work for tile help and encouragement MATTINGLY of ice il Sun iy school workers along Mrs Crcff I'ale and children of educational llacfl in both principle and I'niontown who hue been visiting her met had. sister, Mrs Maso Hawkins aud otner Miss Valeria Frank went lo relatives have returned home. Territory last Friday t elert relative. Clarence Hambleton has returned Tlie Louis who has International Sunday School liuit Orum of St Association covers the United States, visiting relatival heieand at Clover-po- rt from Louisville. has)( t.:i in d home Canada, Mexico, Central Auniica. Mrs. Lottie Keenan and children aud the West Indies It accomplishes Miss Km ma lluidctt and sister, Miss have the measles. its w rk through a system of Auxiliary Alma Kent to Evansviile lastFiiday I inter-Sunda- voluntary ard eutonom hi In c'uracter There are Stts and Provincial Aioclatii ne. In these flelil 2,joj2 coui.tles have County Sundav School ASSOCIATION Anocmtlons. and there are approxi mately 10(KI Districts or Township Association. The large cities of the continent, New York, Philadelphia. What It Is! St Loul, Chicago, I'lttshurg, Minneapolis. Birmingham, Cleveland, Dayton By Inlin la AlexundT. Toronto and Montreal, have active Hember.-hlassociation". About M,MN conventions Tin International Sunday School are lield each year with an attendance Association is an organiz it inn of Sun of from four to live million Sunday day aohool worker irrtip. olive of their school workers. Wherever thee il a I a denominational Ilea. The constituency real Sunday school interest there Sunday School Association. made ud of the Association, then, Authority. from the 1 ! MlKl worker of eery WHllCll Christian denominaThe Sunday School Association con tion, but mambafihlp in the Association vention is th sole source of authority voluntary basis Any in association life and procedure. la purely on Sunday school workai who wi,hes to These conventions are delegated bodies, associate hlmseif or liarself witn other any local Sjiday-schoLaving the Sunday ir liooi worker is considered a right to send it own local workers to member of the International Sunday the District or Township, County and by virtue of the State or Provincial Convention. School Association The simple fact ot Mag a woiker in the State or Provincial Associations have Sunday-schoolthe right to send delegates to the The International Sunday School International Convention in proportion Association does not compete with the to the Sunday-schoo- l enrollment of Sunday School Hoards of tin- denomina- their respective lields. tions, but is rather the common meet The primary and linal authority for ing place for Sundaysch.uo woiker of all action in the International Sunday all denominations. School Association is Inherent in the Between International Coaventiop. Relation of Denominations ( inventions the authority It vested in The following paragra phs, adopted the International Kxecutive Committee by the International convention in I9II is elected by the International of the International which define the relation Convention from nominations made by Association to all evangelical denomithe State ami Provincial Associations. nation: Departments. In "The International Association, The Department of Field Adminis-trat'oshort, disclaims tno role of either mas direct tha promotion of the ter or servant to the denominations, or as having itself any authority what- Association's Hold plans and policial. ever over the der.omira;ious When The DipartaMatof Education ischarg-eever the door of Sumlayschool service with the educational content of the Association and plans all program" and is open to the International Associa tiou or its auxiliaries, these associa- policies Tne department of Business tions will gladly enter and serve as the Administration is responsible for the denominations severally or collectively ollice, accounting, supplies and linance may desire, and in turn will gratefu'ly and is the clearinghouse for the departreceive from the denominations like ment of l''ie 0 Promotion ami Iviuca service and sjpport, but it will thus co tion. Keguiar reports fiom each deoparate aud serve the denominations partment are made to the Hoard of only as ally and friend, nut as master Trustees and by the latter to the They or mere servant. The best service the Committee. are then International Association can render appruved, modified, changed or rejectto the denominations n when it belpi ed by the International Couveution. Sir.ce January jl, l!)OT, by act of the the denomination to do its o.i work effectively through its own Interna- Congress of the I'nited State of tional) agencies, and as such steadfast America, the International Sunday and servicable ally the International School Association lias been an incorAssociation may conlidently claim and porated body. recsive the cordial support of the Divisions' denom itinis " For purposes of administration, the Object Sunday work of the International is classtied under School Association OlM of the objectives of the Inter national Sunday School Association is four divisions The Klementary of work so that Children's Division cares for the in to itlmillatc Sunday-schoo- l it may be well done in the local Sunday terests and religious education of all school, but it does not seek any author children under twelve years of age and The Secondary or Young People's ity over tha local Sunday-Schooit does ii'itber pretend nor desire to Division ministers to the welfare of oPcy frr the those pupils in the Sunday school besettle th Sun years of tween twelve and twenty-fivlocal school age. The Adult Division stimulates Held ol Sei vice. the religious and service life of the The mail li Id of service for the mature men and women in the Sunday International Sunday School Associa- school enrollment. The Administra tion is aloog community inter Sunday tive or Magement Division is an incen school lines. Brielly its aims may be tive to Sunday school superintendents stated as follows: aud o'her general officers. Ihe entire 1. TO promo the educational and constituency of the Sunday school falls evangelistic Intel Ml of Sunday-schoo- l uuder cue or all of these division. work everywh ie wiih'ti Its field. 2. To co oper i'c with all agencies From California. and forces th it have for their aim the tlevelopnien' of th Sunday school life of the North An.eri an Continent. Westweod, Calif. April 5, Mr Jno. D. Babbage, Cloearpart, Ky 3 To he a co nmun, rallying organization for the Suu li y sch ml workers of De 11 S;r: Am ser.ding you a money IN please give me credit all evangelical denoiutnat ions and thus order for foster the unified sp r.t cf the Kingdom for it on my subscription to your paper, of Chi 1st. Yours truly, (loldsmith Kryuiirt. To di re "t and stimulate p i . e l - Send for Swift & Company's 1918 Year B by-products k It shows that Swift & Company sells the meat from a steer for less money then the live steer cost ! Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other covered all expense of dressing, refrigeration, freight, selling expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift & Company's 1917 figures as follows: Average price paid for live cattle per Average price received for meat . Average price received for Total received This leaves for expenses and profit Of which the profit per steer was by-produ- teer $84.45 68.97 24.09 93.06 . 8.61 1.29 There are many other interesting and instructive facts and figures in the Year Book. Address Swift & 1 NOTICE OF SPECIAL NotlOC is hfreby m '3S3i We want to send our 1918 Year Book, to anyone, anywhere for the asking. fret) Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago. Swift & Company, U. S. A. 5S 5f3) fZt&j ?cO :vr ' JZ&yS !f!it) jivsaj 'fsQ' jSS 'S?Sl IfsJ J 95J '5iiS) lf3J(i!IES)IS ELECTION 1 given lo tin; voters of Breckenridge conntv, Kentucky thru a epf.v ial e:ectioo will be held in said county on Saturday, April 20th 0l8i between the hours of 6 A. M. and I I'. M. for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters as to whether or not thev are in favor of the levy of I special tax for building and constructing permanent roads in Breckinridge county, of 20 cents on the one hundred ($10(1) dollars worth of taxable property, which is subject t local taxation annually lor a period of ten ( 10) years, as provided in Chanter 2 of the acts of the Special .Session of the Kentucky Legislature in I9I7 Because, by helping him you help Uncle Sam, you help the Belgians, you help your boy in camp, you help Christianity and you How can you help him? Why, by raising fruits, vegetables or grain this year on every square foot of available soil. Our business is to help you do this. How? By furnishing you with help--yourse- lf. WHY? cram. m GOOD FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS, I Said election to be held and conductthe olfisers of election who held the regular elect ion in November. I91 7. DDne by order at a special term of the Breckinridge Fiscal Court held at the Court House in Hardir.sburg March ilth, lyis. Witness my hand as Sheriff of county this March I"ith, I9I8, J. li. Carman, Sheriff Breckinridge county, Ky ed by Mcn-day, Hreck-ir.r.dge I i 1 IMPLEMENTS, ETC at the lowest prices we can afford. How about yours? We are prepared to do cur part. How about yours? And don't forget AVINGS 'ELL J. R. WILSON, Where Price and Quality Meet STAMPS Glen Dean, Ky. I to see their sisti r, Mrs Luther Pate who is a patient in the Evausvi.le H nspital Atvin Fate who has been visiting relatives hare has lelurned to Lis home in Evansviile. RED RAVEN ' sr, , jLJB ; aw s, KEEP A COMING We must not only feed our Soldiers at the front but women the millions of (r children behind our lines" Cm. John J.Pvrjhj. ij WASTE NOTHING Register No. 4281 ASK Administrator s Notice. Ml Sft6 FOR GERMAN TROOPS Fin- fJ 57i. WW TZt W 7Sp. Ft. Hfrr- sT: 'ste-""- . 19 75ip. BM 75ta rfa 's3S'- BM MM. 75?. TZfi-- 75 5i 7Vj- ?k w Red Raven is 16 hands high, weighs 1100, is a beautiful bay with wide star and stripe with white persons having claims iigi.iust the (! Bron Johnson, deceased, will tel tiiem to the naderclgBed Admin. istralor, duly irjven, as rt(uired by IW, at Lodibuig, Ky., ou or before the first da ol May, l!M. (jrayson K. Fay ne, AHminis- Iratof of the estate of Hyiou Jdhniion. (It ceased. A I Finn; Admit All Hun Soldicra in land Are There by Request. Nice bright clover hay in quantities from to 5 Write Tons. 1 i FRENCH SHIP REPORTED SUNK Word of Sinking of Liner Reaches San Francisco Name of Vessel Not Mentioned. Snn Francisco, April 15. Word of the sinking in the Indian ocean ol French liner and the rescue of 7SO persons from the vessel by n si .inner whose home port Is Sun Francisco vns conveyed In dispatches from Shiga port, according to a local newspaper. The name of Iie French liner was not mentioned, nor wus the inunner In 11 Washington, April 1& A RMaireJI reaching the slate department from Stockholm repotted the Finnish aAfW news boreal Bad given out u statement declaring thai all QeCaMfl troops himl-eIn Finland had been sent at the ret. of the Finnish government. When the fjh'l WBM landed on the Aland Island Sweden protested. MEXICAN GOVERNOR hind feet. Will make the season of 1918 at J. W. Keys' barn li mile northwest of Lodiburg. Will serve mares for $10.00 to insure colt to live 7 days. $10.00 Premium for Best Colt. PEDIGREE: Red Raven was sired by Jordan Peacock, grandsire Peacock; sire's dam Lena Rivers by Cabell's Lexington; his dam Corrine Beard by Red Bird; 2nd dam Lena Beard. All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Season due when colt is foaled or mare d - IS SLAIN i 1 1 Passengers Tell of Killing of General Nafarratl at Tampico No Detail Are Given. San Antonio, Tex., April In. From Hrownsyille. Tex., the Hilling at Tampico of (leu. Kiiilluao Nafarratl, acting governor of Tainiiullpas, is reported. The news was brought by passengers arrived from the Interior, who suld the news wus current at Ueyuosu, Green Brothers Falls ot Rough, Ky. parted with. JOHN which she was sunk given. Itealeo. Try a "Want Ad. Try a News Want Ad. Now KEYS, Lodiburg, Ky. W. Owner and Keeper -- A . ... iirtK sliil- 4 a. ' j A n' . 1 ..r 4 i I J ' . J - - .' J f " 4i ';''"'.'?.', ...... , . 'V-- yflftjj PI1C A Piker Patriot is a man who fa&s a lot about patriotism but doesn't DO anything. A Piker Patriot is a man who loudly cheers the marching soldiers but keeps a padlock on his pocketbook. A Piker Patriot is a man who goes home every night to a comfortable fireside and a happy family, who enjoys all the blessings and opportunities that America gives, who has a good job and good wages, but doesn't even buy a $50 Liberty Bond on easy payments. A Piker Patriot is a man who bought a Liberty Bond last October, one-tenthe size he could have taken, and now when approached by a Liberty Bond salesman, sticks out his chest and ays "I've bought one. " th A Piker Patriot is a man who can easily take ten thousand dollars' worth of Liberty Bonds but only takes a thousand. V. There is no room in this community for Piker Patriots, for ours is no piker town. . If you're that kind you'd better move to some piker town. You'd better go where you'll have some piker friends. For our town during the coming weeks and months is going to be the lonesornest place on the face of the globe for Piker Patriots. If you can't pay cash for your bonds, you can borrow a part of the money at your bank, using the bonds as security; or you can buy them at your bank on easy partial payment plan. It is no trouble to buy Liberty Bone' it is no trouble to pay for them. ; Go To Any Bank And Get Your Liberty Bonds Today This Advertisement paid for by THE GOLDEN RULE STOTE, r O BAILES' " Cloverport, Ky. f i.'Mt'iiti i i tidily! THE BRECKENR1DGE Jltm I) NEWS BABBAGF. tditor and I'uhlisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17. 1918 EIGHT FAGES. Subscription pria $1.50 a ear-- . Nc 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 Examine the label on your paper. k per line, money in advance. If it is not correct please notify us. NOTN TO M HS( RIBI RS When you have finished readinn your copy of the BRtCKKNMDGl Nkws hand it to a friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. the 1 riRtrr o people of Breckinridge county have not realized Heretofore. in the fullest spiiir that Ameriea is really at war. We have not done our full duty in mbwribing to the Liberty Bond; and while we have given what we hr.ve thought was the ino-- t we coiilo. ive to the V. M C. A., the V. W. ('. A., the K. of ("s. and the Red Cro-s- , yet we believe it il going to seem nothing in omparison of what we are going to srive in the future, for Breclvinridtre ha- - had a challenge we had Hun-- , "I have killed vour lirst son. said to at by thoM now what are you going to dof It seems a remarkable coincidence that the HlYl Breckinridge county boy to be killed in action, should have been the lirst to enlist from hi county and the Hist to go to France, this, however, is true of Lawil Washington Htrndoo, our Hrs? hero. Am) when we speak of him as a l.ero we mean it in the; fullc-- t MNMfl of the word, for he was not just a hero of the war but he lived the life of a hero even-d: he hud the heroic qualities of courage, loyally and the greater so like the Master whom Its. was known to fol love for his fellow-malis death on the battletield was characteristic of his very life; low. he lived and loved and died that we Blight live. But his life was not iriven in vain. Nay, we of Breckinridge county dare not let it lie in vain. We have accepted the challenge and from now on we shall irive of our worldly wealth for Liberty Bond-.- ; we will give till it hurts and work till our bones ache for the Red CroM; and finally we will give our all before we loM our liberty and let this young boy's death have been in vain. Today we honor Lewi- - Washington Ilerndon. blood-thirsty n to fall. Mr. and Mrs. L. ). Fox and children, Stephensjwrt motored to town Sunday and were guet- - of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ilaswell. rent, Jrvintrton was Ilaynes the guests of his brothers, J. W, (. and Henrv Trent la- Sunday. At a meeting of the school hoard last week I'rof. .ineleton was elected principal of the High daughter. Mitl Florence Akers School, his wife and Miss Wyinun weie the l'im'-I- - of friends in Irv- were the other teachers. Prof Steele will join the army and Prof. inglon last week. Galloway has accented another Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne. position. i Thomas Payne and Ma-Morris Payne of Irvington. were Funeral of Mrs. Wilson. the uuest- - of Mr-- . Mar C. lies-toSaturday. Tne funeral of Mrs. Waller Wilson, Rev. Klwin Ronan, LoaUvHIc who (lit il at her home in McOuariy, on April (, was held at the lUptist church, is bidding a mission at St. in that city and the Durial was church this week. at the McOuady cemetery. Rev. Leslie St. Romaulds High School had De Hrt hail charge of the services. Mrs. Wilson was 61 years old and she a sale of candy and candy pulling had been ill for two wontlis with inflam chool huilding Friday at their matory iheumatism. evening. It was a financial success. Her husband and live children, Mrs. Supt. J. R. Meador and Mrs. Jack Jolly, Mrs. Hud Moorman, Mrs. Meador will soon go to house Lora McGary, Mrs. Jack Lyons and Lukeeping in Mrs. Mattie Ten IPs ther Wilson survive. house. Special! Clyde Black left Saturday for There will be n Liberty Loan Indianapolis where he will go in Loan meeting at the American training for the army. Theatre Tuesday evening April 10 Rev. James Norman made a at 7 o'clock. Two speakers from trip to Lebanon last week. Camp Zachary will deliver Taylor Mrs. Bettie Noiton has returned address in the interc-- t of the Third from Lodiburg where she wa the Liberty Loan. guest of relatives. STEPHENSPORT I'ennie Sheeran is confined to his bed with rheumatism. from a visit in Louisville. Mr. and Mr. Louis Jarboe and children of Jeffersonville, aie the truest s of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rhodes. W. Ilaswell made a trip to Louisville last week and while there he was the guest "I Mr. and Mr- -. Coleman Ilaswell. Mr. and Mrs. John Akers and bu-ine- -s 1 -t your money when it is in Our" Fire cant burn and'burcjlars cant Jet - Mis-Sus- ie ti Bank. Jm -- ts ill? I IF YOU CARRY YOUR MONEY AROUND IN YOUR POCKET. OR KEEP IT IN THE HOUSE, IT CAN LEAK AWAY AND WHEN IT DOES. YOU'LL LOSE INTEREST IN THE BALANCE AND "BLOW" IT FOR SOME FOOLISH EXTRAVAGANCE AND IT IS GONE. IF YOU PUT IT IN THE BANK YOU CAN'T SPEND IT OR LEND IT SO EASILY AND YOUR INTEREST IN IT WILL MAKE IT GROW. YOUR MONEY IS YOUR BEST FRIEND, HAVE IT SAFE IN OUR BANK. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 We Offer You I Ida Kennedy is the guest Saturday. of her brother. Bob Kennedy and W. J, Schopp returned Mrs. Kennedy. ville Fridav. Mis- - V. R. Doilbon, I'rymire, was in town from Louis Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods Mrs. A. V. Whitworth and daughter. Miss Flnora Robertson spent Miss Virginia, were in Cloverport Sat the week end in Glen Dean with urday. her aunt, Mrs. John Owen and Mr. Mid Mis. H. S. English motored Mr. Owen. to Hardinsburg last Monday. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xl 1 fl Mrs. I'erry Kemp is in Louisville this Mr. and Mr-- . A. X. Kincheloe have been in Louisville visiting week, Mrs. Ida Nottingham, Lodiburg, was buried Friday afternoon. The their daughter. Miss Clara Belle the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp hist HARDINSBURG funeral services were conducted Kincheloe, who is attending week. Business College. Dickie Roberts, youngest son ot at the If, K. church South by Rev. Misses Eva and Eliza May, Clover. Mr. H. .1. Roberts died Thursday Huntsman. I'rof. J. C. SteeL was in Louis- port, were guests, Wednesday, of Mrs. W. J. Uiecuman. o'clock and wus evening at Mrs. 1). S. Spires his returned ville last Saturday on business. Spen-cerian AIMB WAN I tU Men and teams to work on GRANT ONLY SIX A Wonderful "Buy" those who look somewhat closely into motor car values fully appreciate how much the Grant Six gives yet there are enough of these people to have built the reputation of the Grant Six as "a wonderful car for the money." And there is no question that this is so. The overhead-valv- e engine alone is enough to make it a notable car. When the many other mechanical features are considered, and also the sie, the beauty and the riding comfort are added, the Grant Six looms up above any other car of com para! ile price. We believe it is the most economical six in existence. Thousands of owners average 20 miles to a gallon of gasoline, 900 miles to a gallon of oil and over 7000 miles on standard makes of tires. Right now while spring invites you to outdoor life and the entire summer is beforcyou and you will make greatest use of your Grant Six, place your Edward Carr Atkinson, Louisville was the week end guest of Mr and Mrs. O. W. Dowell. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. (iibson and chil dren were guests of relatives, at Sample, last week. Mrs C. A. Tinius and Mrs O. E. Ferguson were in Cloverport, Wednesday. Miss Thelraa Dutschke, Louisville, is visiting relatives. Miss Ruth Ramsey left last week for Bowling Green, where she entered the Normal. Mrs. Annie ,, IJieckman, Sample, wrs the guest last week of her daughters, Mrs. P. H. and J. B. Morgan. O. W. Dowell and Kenneth Cilbert went to Louisville, Thursday, returning Friday in Mr. Dowell's new car. Hardinsburg and Garfield Pike. Prices right Men Wanted at Once CALL OR WRITE Mi D. H. SMITH, Garfield, Ky. fH (Dodge). Little Miss Annie Morgan and brother, Clovis, visited relatives at Sam. pie last week. N (i. Barbee was in Hardinsburg. Friday. Miss Ruth McCoy, of Union Star, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Chen-ault. order and make sure of a car. Dr. R. Stephenson, Hardinsburg. was in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blake, of Cloverport, were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ptte Smith. R. A. Gardner came from Florida last week to spend the summer with his brother, N. G. Barbee. Mrs. Herbert Cockrell and daughter, Zlma, of Tobinsport, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Efficiency In Banking We take pride in the way our bank is run. Our depositors include the biggest men in town. Each individual account it given special attention. We are opening new accounts daily. Come in and talk over your banking with us. Our officers will be glad to meet you. It is the man with cash in bank whose voice is heard. ,necRing ana savings ac- counts. Price, $1095 f.o.b. Cleveland BEWLEYVILLE M, Hamman Son & Co,, Agents For Breckinridge and Hancock Counties, Ky. (jpi6 TCKk GRANT MOTOR CAR CORPORATION, CLEVELAND, O. - i - m tnsYnSw smWmwsswSm T. P Hardaway has lieen the guest of his daughter, Mrs. llelle Kincheloe, of Kosetta. Mrs. Owen Kasey was called to Louisville, Wednesday, by the death of her brother, Will Paul, who dropped dead suddenly while shoeing a horse. Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. Comptoii have returned home after a short visit among the Compton relatives here. Jack Anderson, Irvington, was here, Thursday. Miss Mary I.ouise Hardaway, who is attending school at Kkrou, was the din tier guest of Miss I. ulna Mell Stith, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. (). Marshall and faiui ly, of Irvington, speut Suuday with their parents, Mr and Mrs Tom Payne. Mr. and Mrs. J M Compton were the dinner guests, Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Cbaa. Groats. Pred Triplett, one of our hustling farm, erg, is haviug a big tobacco barn built on his farm near town. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1918 lb. lb. APRIL 1st, 1918 Ice Prices For the Season of Delivered From Wagon HOOK 8 Book of as lb., coupon 50c per 10U Ibi., (1000 lb. booka t& 00.) MiK)kitof 10 lb .ouiM.Mtt'Hc 100 lb., ( W0 lb. boo kk 13.75 ) Wbole block of 300 lb., 35c per 100 lb. HOLD AT PLANT 101 10 lb., block 5c. 60c per 100 lb. S5 lb., block 10c. M,; per 100 lb. WO lb., block 4c. 0c per 100 lb 300 lb., block Mc. 30c per 100 lb pr tWc 0c per 100 0A8I1 per 100 CLOVERPORT ICE CO., c.rp.,.i.d Cloverport, Ky. Be Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, News. 191S K RED J CROSS SOCIETY. Announcement. For Appellate Judge We are authorized to announce the name of J W. Henson as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Ap pellate Judge from the Second District, in the primary, August, I!I8. Wi Afk. n, Bntered at the Pm offllrr atOloYorport. aesei'ond in.iMcr MANY ARE HEARING THE VOICE! .!. HiS "APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING nv THE ' ARE YOU? Why yon Should be a Stockholder in Your Government "Eviry idle IMIfr is ,m Alien Enemy" No mVMtMHl you MM ItiiiU" in tins ci.rn.trv run he Mife mHImnN the asu r:i nrc of tho OoMfBCJUl that your bohMM will rtidiiio. If the OlTlfMHW fuiU. you fail: if thtpmapr.l, you prosper. The Third Lihtrtjr Lmn offarn von iharta Id the mtttH thins In the world. When' cm rou ih'hi it : Ihis "nd.. Sam doM IDOUgh for JTOtt to L':iin JflViT emifldcDotl Tbn show your OOnfldl DOI MM invest f?iMlj (iov-prnmu- NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 1RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIF? GENERAL OFFICES The correct IATES FOR POI ITICAL ANNOUNCFMF.NTS ht- -. ting of frames and - Precinct and city Offices f 8.50 5.00 County Offices $ l.'r.OO State and District Offices .10 Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest ot individuals or eipression 10 of individual views per line For For For For mcwntingi for is mte the essential to the success of your lilasses, if lenses do not sit properly before the eyes ihe power of the lens is altered and Train Schedule on the desired obtained. result is not The L, H. & St. L R'y. 1918. A. M. M:25 A. M. P. M. .": P. JJ. JwJ J JJ. S:l! A M. 6aW A. 1 "Ask Any Oculist" Effective February 10, Arriving Irvlnirton Arriving Inlsvllle will Arriving Irvlngton Arriving ort No. 14(1 will Arriving IrvlngKin Arriving I .nulsvllliNo. 14H leaves ITenilcrvin ArrUts OwnrMtwro Arrives Shops No. 144 Clovi-rport leiivi-riorc- r No. 142 EAST POI'NT) will leave Clovi rport We are authm i.ed to announce Judge N Settle as a candidate for for Judge nf the Court ot tucky are producing i9 per cent of the liotpital supplies manufactured for Appeals from ihe Second Distiict, subthe American Ned Cross In the ontlre ject to the August, MM, primary. Ui Hi d States. Washington Hod Cross .4-.a4fc".-S- r htadquaittrt have just advietd Car! W. Fuller, director of rl.e buroau of ni supplies. Lake Division, American n liiassmea Red ( ross. The Lake Division stands second among the fouiteen Red (.'roes divisions in the production of these lMMplt.1 RATE Ic Per Word Each Insertion j supplies. D standi second in the prDilucticn of the hospital garments, Ni.tk AurertNer- - Bit), notify I be itlltor second in Ihe prcductlcn of articles for when you moi ailvt rns mini llsi'i)ntlnuil o'difrs, winch consist principally of WANTED knitted deeds, and third in production u INTKD- - A hand fur general 1MB w.rk of surgical dressings. Win hoard sod pay fwt wusrs.h. A. w These .'terdn i,s are ba.cd upon the Olen we a, r, reports (10m all divisions February VOTE KOR HRTl'F.K ROAM, A I'll 1. IB. In Febiuary the Lake Division chapters FOR SALE turned out more than H,C00,000 articles. Wcrth tncro than !,0)t,OQO,000, KOR S ALE Splendid etBlnllV located, for pnM Bud lertri write ir call Women of Ohio. Indiana and Ken -- it. j I ADVERTISEMENTS BUY THIRD thnn bflbold LIBERTY LOAN BONDS The I'. TrCMBrj I more irlory. will rard tht Honor Fbg of the Third Liberty Loan to )epiirtnient IrB The Ball Optical Co. R0BT. I. BALL .:. f. 613 South Fourth Louisville, Avenue 7:.A.M. !: ' f,:0n 1. :S0 P. M. !W. Kentucky WKST BOUND No. 141 The Cloverport Chapter of the Red Cross will give I plcturf show Friday evening, April 1U, at the American Margarita Claik in the theatre. "Goose Girl" wiii be presented. There will be a general admission of li certs for idultl and children Come ar.d help win 000 N .lfH. I. Hft6bSi Cluvrrnrt. Ky. K)U WA ,K A hire h;iy nmr.'. ..years old will wt rk iinywIiiTc; af fur a hifiy t dtltv CM bp fll at the farm of Lewis Pain1, nenr Mftrdloshuni.- - AddiewJ. K. Waatsoucr, MTW.lMllH.. LohTtlt, Ky. ''h lt s A I. K pvnry town in the cotmtry which bayi it- - quote of Libert J Bonds ii. the present csunpeigii end have n mum ineerihcd on the Stall Holier ttoll, nnilei I Slate Honor Flusr toheun-frled m the State Cupitol. Let's have Cloverpoi i,V name there I Con Id we do less tad mnsin trne to na retiree, our 11 11.' and our eountrv I u Mrs. TaylT Krmli-t- Ut nfl HtfdlnhV iih,mi irns :'." fi. Ky. n nts J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS we Arrlvlm llendersun Arriving F.viinsvllle Arriving St. I.oul No. 143 will leiiveOlovenxirt Arriving Hiiwesvllle ArrlvlngOwi nsboro No. 145 will leave Clnverport ArrlvlnirOwenshoro Arriving Henderson Arriving flviinsvlllo Arriving St. Louis 147 will leave Shops No. ArrlvlngOwenshori) Arriving Henderson jtir i will leave Clnverport A'rrlvtng owenslmro 10 ooo Tht) Union Star llranch of the Red here to spend three week's with her dross will give a hi nefit on tilt night daughter, Mrs, Hugh Wood and Mr of the twentieth of April. Tna seventh and eight grades of the school will i Wood. II 'JB f JJtake part the work being under the Tommy's Wife!" the Senior play of Hill A. Jl. 1:10 A.M. super vission of the teacher. Miss Lil3:0. A. JJ. the Cloverport High School was given lian Cart. Admission ten and twenty Tuesday evening at the American 7:00 A. M. cents. Don't be a slacker. V2:5S f7 A. JJ. SiW r. Jl. M. I M P. M. .10 P.M. H:40 P. M. P. JJ. . tht wai will pay !:vr, l. I itiltlniii'' )v r uirn mall. OO Iffl Atiaiul.- Ave., t MklMi if brokwni Bead tin m n onoi and tv QOffWO tiy Tootti , oil n:i it ;';:";;:;.'', ,1 WANTED Von to make extra money by raWliM MM epan room or your vmivhH boww hv runnlns n Want Ad. in THK BRI OKENKIDUE NKWS. Everything in IMil Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Wcatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardw are, Window (flass, Cement, Latht, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, (irease, Roofing M:10A. M. :'-' A. M. "i Theatr. imiuni Miiinii mil mi LOCAL ITEMS. iiiiiiiiiiiiiMmmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMimmmiiiimiHiiiMimmiiiiiiiiHimiin 1 Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy Readers. H Mil 1 Mrs. S. L. Able returned to Union-towWednesday after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Roy Mattingly and Mr. Mattingly. Miss Jane Hambleton, Louisville ar. rived Saturday for I visit to her mother, Mrs. Adele Hambleton and sister, Mis Chas. Keil. The Methodist Kevival will open at the II o'clock service Rev. O, C Fain will deliver the sermon and W. H. Reynolds will lead the singing. Kveryone is invited to all of the services and Mrs. James Skillman and their neice, Miss Sue Gilmore, Louisville 's were the week end guests of Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, B. S .illinan. Mr Skill-man- Hill IIIIMHIIIII "II I' Mrs. Hugh Wood was in Louisville Monday. Mrs. W. C. Moorman spent Thursday in Louisville. Capt. Carriniin, HaidtMbwrf was in this city l''iiday. Mrs. Chas Hohler is in Louisville Tisiting hcf sister, Mrs Sanfortl Henry. Miss Kva May and sister Miss Kliza May spent Wednesday at Stephensport. Mrs Clarence Baker, Louisville is the guest of Mrs. Hilary Hardin and Mr. Mr and Mrs. Chas. Jackson and child- ren, Carrie Mae, Forrest and Chas. cuwani accompanies iur. aim .urs j H. McKinney to their home in ToMmv Located permanftitlv in Hardin-b;'rn- , port Saturday, OCCapylag ofltet recently vacated by Mrs. G. W, l'ayne and daughter, Miss Dr. Walker. Esther PhjTM left Monday for Louisville where they will make their home with Mrs. Payne's son. Cordon Payne who is is the assistant train despatcher for the Henderson Route. Chas. R. Satterlield, son of Mr. and Insurance Office Mrs. Chas. Satterlield of this city, who has been in Louisville for the past three vears has accepted a josition in Chicago & I railroad. with the C. Weekly prayer services ol the women Torof the Methodist church will meet l'ridav afternoon at 2 o'clock at the following homes: Mrs. V. J. Worden, Mrs. ConLife, rad Sipple, Mrs. H. V. Wendelkin and Mrs. Harriet ballon. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Heston, Miss Clara Heston, Mr. and Mrs Morris L. C. TAUL AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, Kentucky a Fire, Lightning nado and Windstorm, Accident, Health General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Insurance. PLENTY OF FUNDS The time will come, young man, for you to march up the aisle with the dearest irl in the world heside you. When you marry though, you will want to have on hand suhstantial hank account, for there is no affinity between love and poverty. 1 Hardin Red Cross pie supper at the Holt school house Saturday night April 2O. All invited. Mrs. John Ryan was in Hawesville Sunday the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Francis Friel. Mrs. H. C. Pate and her daughter, Miss Claudia I'ate are in Louisville this week shopping. Mrs. L. Thompson 'ol near Cloverport went to Tobinsport Thursday to see her sister, Mrs. Laslie. Miss Louise Nicholas has returned home from a several week's visit to relatives 111 Kvansville. Mrs. H. W. Snider, Bloomneld is at home on a visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs I'Mward Gregory. Mrs. Nellie Murks, Louisville spent part of last week with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. llowuier. The Ladies Reading Club will be eti tertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Baker. Mrs. Sallie DeHaven and Miss Mary Grey Conrad are visiting Mr. ami Mrs Wick DeHaven in Kordsville. Tomato Plants for Sale at News Office. Mrs. Leon McGavock and Miss Elizabeth Skillman were at Holt Wednesday attending a Red Cross meeting. Mrs. Herbert Beard, Hardinsburg is the house guest ofher sister, Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot and Dr. Ligbtfoot. Mrs. 1). W. Fairleigh, Louisville was the week end guest of her sister, Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage and Mr Babbage. Mr. L V. Chapin was called to Sly via, Kans Thursday 011 the account of the death of his nephew, Harry Howard. Mr and Mrs. John Johnsou and little son, Louisville are here the guests of Mr. Johnson's father, Mr. D. L Johnsou , Old Reliable Companies LIKE BACON know how cooking out all the rich pungent flavor of bacon Seed Corn Carefully selected, nub-bebutted and shelled. Corn has been tested and runs 90 per cent jrermina-tioPrice $5 per bu., f. d, n. YOU We pay interest on your savings FIRST STATE W. there's nothing that tastes better. But you wouldn't like it raw. BA1NK, (rving'ton, Ky. J, c. i'A yne. CaeMe J, ii. LVIMiAN. Asm Cjisliler J. M. J. HBBNUON, imooott. Praaldaal Vlee-Prea- o. b. train IT'S TOASTED So we toast the Burley tobacco JOE D. OWEN Highland Stock Farm VVe Glen Dean, Ky. used in LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes for exactly the same reason to bring out the rich, solid flavor. 5&7iS Henr XJ-- T Rugs have recently purchased a large assortment of beautiful floral designs of large rugs 9x12 feet. 1 XJ II. W. Cfc-- & ?f Trent Trent ;p.;L. Oatlt Prices range from Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and $12.50 to $40.00 Ky We feel confident that we can please you in qutlity, design and price. We have a nice assortment of Metal Hods ranging from medium prices up to $20.00 each; Kitchen Cabinets, Dining Tables and Cook Stoves. Come to see our lines and if you purchase as much as $25.00 in any of our lines, we will pay yotU railroad fare. We offer this special inducement for a short time only. (Send cash w ith order.) Sale Stable liardinsburc:, : Mrs. D. W. Kitcheu, Hopkinsville is Heard, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Meailor and Taylor lieaul, Ilardin.HtnirK, t'.uy Oelze, OwtBskora and Mm, Jennie Sullivan, Welt Point were here Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs II, A. Oe'ze. Tomato Plants for Sale at News Office. MILL rORDWIIXR PLANIKQ Ky have a COMPANY, F0RDSVILLI JAKE WILSON, PLANING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE. KY. lare assortment One Manager ot GOLDEN MINUTE because your Watch Have It Repaired Now by refuses to keep time. needs attention. It signs of large rugs line, and if you purchase as much as $25,110 any uf their lines, they will pay your railroad fare. They iiffer this special inducement for a short time only. 111 Uautilul Mural deCome and see their DR. W. B. TAYLOR. . ...PERMANENT... B. A. Whittinghill Dead. Thos. Ode wait Railroad Mall Order Witch Inspector OH Guarantee Cloverport. Kf. Receive Prompt Attention. Squire B. A. WhlttinKhill, prominent citizen and farmer, died ut his home near Glen Dean, Sunday morning, Apr. i4, alter a long illness, He was in hit seventieth year and leaves two daughters and three sous. His remains were taken to Lewisport for burial. DENTIST Office Hours: J lv"m. ""Qt&m Irvlnfttea. K. WILL NOT COUNTY GIVES Conilnni'rt fmm pimi ALLOW NEXT DRAFT TO "TOOLS OF VICTORY" (my m w Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky, t. I tOlfHTSOa, Pingilatot Directory of THE loved one day and night as she tt r.di miiiiltrs to 111 every need. Hut the hixhett (XprCMlotl of lovf it thai which If nianif!ti d In th laying down of one's life that otlnrs nniiht live. The life of Jetus was .1 continu.il out pouring of self. He spent His tune nd His ar.ergv day In rd day out in hahng the pain nicked lodias Of men ar.d in Ipatkiajfl words that brought to their storm tossid spiritt and pointed th m the way out of tht hewHd-rin- g labyrinth ff Ufa thai led to Mfttf nd to p.i'f. Hi spent long hour of the night taikirir with Ins father that HOWARD FARMS I. M. HOWARD ft SON, Prop. Qlen Dean. Ky. Poland Polled Durham Cattle. Short Horn China Hogs. Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs fieef WOfl 1000 Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hojjs rst Ribbons at State Pairs Past p'ive Years Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Dealer in anil Hreciler of Valley Home Stock Farm . Thos. (TDonoghue Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Po- J OWEN a SOUS, Proprlltori Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers in Irvimrton, Ky. G. P. MAVSEY, Proprietor confronted Him. He was in tht full Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder 'of OP vigor of manhood with red blcod COattffa Farmer and Buyer of ing thru His veins ar.d with bodily Hereford and Jersey Cattle Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs. powers untainted by enervating vices will be no confusion and delay in the manufacture of the life. Hi' did not want to die He loved There Live now Webster, Ky. Hardinsburjf.lKy.. Roule 2. tools of victory when Uncle Sam Issues the second call for men. muWhen lie went into the garden to wage set for Mav 1 For here Is a typical scene In all the war in said to be the great light of His life, Hisagoniz the place of men nition factories Girls and women who are taking final touches to lng prayer was: "Kather, if there be the lighter work This fair maiden is putting the AtANY OTHKR WAY, let this cup pass for airplanes, in one of the big plants, "somewhere on the coast " Therefore. Uncle Sam will know no labor scarcity when me; nevertheless, NOT MY from lantic Cloverport, Ky. 9 .. the next million Hun hunters go to training camps. WILL, BUT THINK, Bl DON'K." And G. N. Lyddan when he found there was no other way Breeder of Parks' Strain BredHe went fourth like a conqueror and great comfort to my mind when one so met death like tho true Hero He was. yourg is taken. Tne answer is this: Our young men across the seas love "We live in deeds, not in years; in life. They will clirg to it tenaceotisly thoughts, not bfMtkfi in feeliiiKs. Ky. Day Old Chicks Eggs For Hitching as long as they can do so honorably. We not in figures on the dial They do not want lo die. Hut when should count time by heart throbs. they see that there is "No Other Way," He most lives who thinks most, farlf they will go into the arms of death as C. V. Bobtcst, acts the best." unflinchingly as their Savior before Hardinsburg, Ky. If that lie the true measure of life, them And we are begining to si E DEALER IN that there IS no other way for many ifurely Lewis Herndon lived! A young yrwgav Ilk: jTMi Hih-Clas- s Horses, Mules, fe tliat had the respect, admiration, and of them. American blood is being Fine Saddle and Harness smlt and much more will have to he I lWB of the entire community: a life that poured out before a real peace can met every situation noh'y and whose Horses. come At the beaming of the great hatli will lea perpetual summons and IT Wil l PAY VOL TO VISIT MY STABLES war in Ifl I. nearly all Americans were challenge to higher things to those of us life has not pacifists firm the Presidant on down who remain surely such We said, "Li t us stay cut. It is none beel livt:'l m vain If BawMkj3&MlluU4V?d0M WILLIAM J. STONE of our affair Lut them fi"nt it out! It is in time of sacrifice that Cod's Thrall IKfcTOiXntjtnfBB among themselves." Hut did BOl great truths are revealed to us. Abraham knir.v then as we do now. We did n Lincoln, according to his own testimony, know that there were then on li.e was not a Christian until ihe dav on the German War Department minute which it feli to his lot to pay America's plans for the subjugating and enslaving tribute to the fallen heros at Gettysburg every evil that pre s upon the happiness HAIL storm, a tornado, an auto of the United States for that is what As that great soul looked out upon the of man Sin will remain, even after German dnminatu n means. We did fresh graves of those who had given their the war r aches its end smash-up- , The challenge or ill health may cause not see then that if we lett the Allies ail tor others, the meaning of Calvary of this hero is that every man, woman you greater financial loss than a fire. that German militarism hurst in upon him, and he surrendered anil chi to eniist Undtr tlx banner Of You protect yourself against fire bya" would swamp them ard then find us an. his life in conser ation to Christ Jesus as the Prince of Peace, the I.ord of Kight-bi- s easy prey. That is all clear tous now Lord. It was on that day that he e MMMMn, to wage re entless warfare unHartford fire policy. And our young men who go lata battle altered words that the world shall not til sin and heart aches are no more, Did you know that the same sound, I would say to those who loved our go forward with the sublime conviction forget, and which best interpret the that in deed and in truth they are meaning of the sacrifice of Lewis Hern brother most, whose sacrifice in giving reliable Company is ready fighting for the protection of their own don. bim up is greatest, that He who said, to protect you against every homes, their own mothers, their own "Hour score and seven years ago our "Greater love bath no man than this" form of financial loss that sisters and to save them from the fathers brought forth on this continent a also said "I am the resurrection and the unspeakable fate that has befallen the new notion conceived in liberty, and life, he that belteveth in rue, though he may come. Let us explain womanhood of Kurope under German dedicated to the proposition that all men were dead, yet slia he live: And who the Hartford idea of com ruthlessuess. That if they die, they are equal Now we are engaged in a soever liveth and bttlicvtth in me shall .... su ll .i ..l Lilt 11 V.UUUII y .ill an ,,. (. never die.'' There i no death for those mil ill iiuiousi; yi civil war, testing vv iether that And truly, nation, or any nation so conceived and who tOVf Jesus. Your boy loved his that they hold dear. "Greater love hath no man than this, so dedicated, can long endure We are Savior, and exemplified that lovfl both that a man lay down his life for his met on a great battlefield of that war in faith and in life. He is not dead but friends." Represented by U is CUt in the ante-iooWt have come to dedicate a portion of 1 The ringing message contained in that field, as a final resting place for aWilU'"K " entrance to heaven He the deatn of Jesus has not been lost those who here gave their lives that the lllis Kone the way that at must go, for ,,1"1 cannot inherit the upon the world. His followers are dfStitll "f this nation might live. (And "flcsl1 finding His example the supreme in- let ine say that in this present war the Uw ki"K'lo" of God." "It is sown in ; spiration to nerve thi m to meet the destiny of this nation, and of all nations corruption, it is raised in test when their own I me comes, that love liberty, hangs more iu the it is sown in dishonor, it is raised in Trouper O'Uonner told of the Chaplain balance than it did iu the war of the glor) it is sown iu Weak bete, it is raised who unhesitatir gly threw himself upon Sixties.) Ii is altogether lilting and in power; it is sown in a natural body, a live bomb, receiving pioper that we should do this llut, iu it is raised iu a spiiiui.il body " That wounds in his own body, and savin; a larger sense, we cannot dedicate we same Jes, s says lo you now: "Come to Drittn comriaea tromaeatn. ine war, cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow me all ye that are heavy laden, and I ,,. ii,.i Let not your heart horrible as it is, is teaching men some this around ,i will give you rest TS of the great blemer lal truths of life dead, who struggle here have consecrat w UCw)bki, ye believe iu God, believe They are Iraming to give themselves ed it, Ur above our poor power to add or iiU" '" "leIn T fitim't house are unstintedly as they did not dream they detract The world will litt e note, nor many mansions, it it were not so I would Senator William J. Stone, of 101,1 could. Many are losing limbs, sight, long remember what we say here, Inn '"" 1" lo Prepare a place hearing, aril even life itself; but some it can never forget what they did here ' '"" 1 wU1 colIle " receive Missouri, Cbftirman of the Semite are finding their own souls for the first It is for us the living, rather (here is '"u um" '"Vlf; that where I am ve Foreisrn RnlutioiH Committee, died ,,e a,M' " 1,1 tlmt a,1l ll w' time and many are finding that their the message that the spirit of Lewis Sumltiy, in Washington, D, '""g there will be a reunion with best chance to serve their generation Herndon speaks us accross the seas) to 101 In fore. those w ho have "And God April 14, as a result of a stroke of is to die that it might live. Glorious bfl dedicated here to the unfinished wor- ,,. ;lra"ai tt,.,rs Uicir eves paralysis. Senator Stone was a and many are the deeds of heroism which they who fought here have thus and there shall be no more death, neither that the war has made manifest: the far so nobly advanced. It is rather for virow nor crying, neither shall there Keiitiickiiin by nativity, born stand of the lleigi ins againsc the first us to be here dedicated to the gred task '"' a"v 1",tm' Pa'!', f"' lllc' ktW "'lugs May 7, 1847. are pasted away, thrust of the German war machine; remaining before us that floM these the gallantry of the Canadians, Kug- - bono, e l dead we take increased devotion a, May the tiare of our Lord Jesns Christ ail(1 Uu. ur( , Vote Good lish, French and allies on many a bloody to that cause for which they gave the of the Hoi i Ghost, and lhe cuaaDUDion Have several cottages on the Hill and in the West the inspiration field; but no act of valor surpassess the last full measure of devotion tnat we of tll,s lllJUI ,je with you lor ever, End of the City. account given of the stand of the Amer- here HIGHLY RKSOLVK that these Rev. P II Kvan ican Engineers aginst overwhelming dead shall NOT HAVK DIBO IN VAIN Two-stor- y residence in East End on Street. odds holding back with their bodies that this nation, under God, shall h,ve the German hordes until reinforcements B new birth of freedom and that govern American on Main Street. ABOVE AGE LIMIT YET It was there that Lewis aaaaM for the people, by the people, shall came up. Herndon gave his life that those he not perish from the earth." Can you ENLISTS AS U. S. GUARD loved might live. It in moments like not hear the challenge of our departed Farm property from 50 to 300 acres prices right. these that we exclaim iu triumph tho friend from the spirit world? It is a call Springfield, IU. Presenting a our hearts ache "() death, where It to higher things, to better, more unselfish faded honorable dlschurge from phone or call on me personally. thy sting! O grave, where is thy victory living; to the support of our country the army written on sheepskin 1880, John B. Landla, and dated Death is swallowed up in victory!" with every atom of our strength and Sure to have something on my list to suit you. aged hits enlisted here And yet, I am sure that all of us with our lives if need be, until the work la the United States guards, lie must wonder at times like this why.it is freed from the awful spectre of Ger la a veteran of Custer's famed is that one so young must die, wny oue man harhaijsui. And the call ajOM Although he Indian command. whose life gavt such promitf should deeper Our friend can see the great Is eighteen years beyond the ago suddenly be brought to ;i close like the re ililies of life now with a clearness that limit, recruiting officers accepted broken shaft of a column It is uot for was not possible while in the flesh lie him because of his splendid senti-tn5Wn- eat us to know tht answer to the many aaaa that the Mantel m the avaaaaal struggle physical fitness. I.andls has one sou tn the aviation section In questionings of our hearts as thty and not only between tyranny anil lib-- j France. rtach out for truth and consolation, erty, but between sin ami righteousness. but thtre is ont answtr that brings Sin is at the bottom of the war and of UN1TKD 3 ATE 9 FOOD ADMINISTRATION $&$QttaVftaVar!VfV!Q!ar! &3ftfc&t3j5V?iVft Var!afe&$&j8t He might gain further strength to ister to those e?bom He loved. But the crewning halo of His life was won in the hour of His death. It was his death that vindicated His message ard It is the CROSS that has His life fecussed the attention of succeeding ages and has inspirited men to deeds of heroic sacrilice and self giving. Jesus was a young man only i'--i years of age when the great crisis of His life min- Hardinsbtirg, Ky., Route Ky. 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle land China Hnjrs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Tobacco H1RRY H. NORTON. ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Owner Stock and Tobacco turn-buckl- e Park Place Irvington, Mrs. H. J. Hamman This Space for Sale Farmer and Feeder Barred Plymouth Rocks R0BFRTS0N, j This Space for Sale This Space for Sale HART If A .I 1 , j "V"' PAUL COMPTON, Hardinsburg, Ky. ; fifty-thre- List Your Farm and City Property with f D. SEATON, Real Estate Dealer C ,r, Farm and City Property for Sale ,;,, For Roads High Theater - Write, fifty-eigh- t, Question of Stamina Victory is a Meat Fats Sugar I 6 the fuel for Fighters Cloverport, J. D. SEATON Kentucky KENTUCKY WILLS TO WIN THE PEOPLE" DISPLAY THE RIGHT SPIRIT TO HELP BOYS AT FRONT. MUD Lcng Live The King By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART ARE WILLING TO SAVE WHEAT I II Copyright, QnflMMi Alt ltlghtrt Tli Rlclwnr Company 1I7, Mrnr llolwrm Klnehart 1917, Pood Administrator Delighted With Splendid Enthusiasm cf Blue Crass State To Give Up Men, Money and Food For Liberty's Cause. Louisville, Ky. TelUnft blows apninst the (Ji nnanl ire being struck by the Food Army of Kentucky the army which Includes all the farmers of the country, all the city peoplo who are. raising war gardens, and all the people In both city and country who sit down to three square meals a day. All parts of the tute are represented in the army raised by the Food Administration and which, under the banner reading "Food Will Win the War" is conducting the big Spring Offensive against waste at home and hunger and want in the ranks of the Allied soldiers and their SETS Nlkky I impeded Mowed in rti (tow dependents. Federal Food Administrator F. M. thnt cnught his nttentlon. Sackett Is pleased at the work being done. Kentucky is 'a hard state to reach, but it can be reached, and it has been reached. Mr. Hoover's admonition, "Food Will Win the War," Is being heeded, and President Wilson's injunction to "enlist in the service of tho Food Administration" is being fol lowed unreservedly. Every county in tho state has a Food Any mill, any merAdministrator. chant, any farmer, any consumer trou bled by a vexing technical regulation can get his troubles removed, ol settled, by going to the nearest county seat. And the administrators without exception report a willingness to cooperate which Is met with everywhere "If wheat lg needed, wheat will be enough, anyhow, for the empty streets, lint before be started he looked the over IMNMM and the neighborhood He Might wish to return to thnt bouse. For two hours he walked, and resumed his Interrupted train of thought. At Inst, hnvlng almost circled the city, It wns he rnme to the Cathedral. nenrly midnight by the clock In the high tower. He stopped nnrl consulted his wnteh. The fnncy took him to go up the high steps, nnd look out over the city from the colonnade. Once there, he stood leaning ngnlnst looking out. There was n column, along coming the quiet someone streets, with n stealthy, shuffling gnlt euro-,'till- f n street lamp, Save fur MM dust, unci n swollen lip. which he CMlM not see, hp was not unpresentable. Well So, for In- - gM SlAised in my county, even though a financial loss is entailed," is tho way one administrator put it In conversa tion recently. "Then if It Is necessary the people who raise it will sell it all so our soldiers and their associates In arms can get It, and themselves eat cornbread all the year." Something of that same spirit has been manifested both by producers and consumers everywhere in Kentucky. Mr. Sackett was not at all surprised at the composure with which the latest wheat-savinregulation was promul gated, for this very reason. The latest regulation says no person must eat more than six pounds of wheat a l month, which is one and pounds a week. "And that means six pounds of all kinds of wheat products, too," one administrator explained. "It doesn'l mean six pounds of bread, and thet a Hot- of maccaroni and cakes and crack too. it means six pounds of wheat J one-hal- Sentry Stepped Into the Road. stance, might a wenry or a wounded man drug along. Exactly so, Indeed, had Peter Niburg shambled Into his house but two hours gone. The footsteps paused, hesitated, commenced n painful struggle up the ascent. N'lkky moved behind his colA per person per month." Soldiers and their families must have bread. Wheat is the only bread making product which can be sent to Europe now. Corn would germinate during the long journey. American and Allied soldiers must have wheat bread or quit fighting; hence the Food Administration has asked the people Of Kentucky to limit themselves to sis pounds of wheat flour per month. Continue Wheatless Days. Federal Food Administrator F. M Sackett advises the continuance ol wheatless days. "Continued observ ance of wheatless days and meals will aid In keeping consumption down,' Mr. Sackett said. "People are offered the alternative of saving wheat by doing without entirely on certain days and meals, or by using less at all times, but I would recommend both Saving wheat is a military necessity and individual consumption must be held to six pounds a month if we are to win the war." "Potato Week" has been highly sue Cessful. Merchants everywhere push ed the sale of potatoes and It is be lieved potatoes were found on the din lng table at every meal in a majority of homes. Mr. John W. Burns, of the Food Administration office in Louis Yllle, who has had years of experience In the milling business, estimates that the people of Kentucky have saved 10,000 barrels of tluy by eating potatoes during "Potato Week." Needed Here. The announcement comes from Washington that tho appoal to farm ers of the whole United Statos to be patriotic and bring all their wheat tc market has met with an unsatisfac tory response in some sections of the country that has been rather distress ing. If the Washington announcement had been put In plainor words, It would read: "Some American farm ers are not patriotic. They think more of getting a little extra money for their wheat than they do of the Amer lean and associate soldiers who need bread so badly." But Washington has sent out another announcement. It Is that unlesa No Seizure 3roducts p - - I . the farmers market their wheat by May 1 the Government may seize It. Kentucky farmers can not understand why such drastic action should be necessary. Kentucky farmers, real-thaa farmer who holds ou to his wheat when the army needs it, trying to extort more money In payment therefor, Is just as heartless as the man who refuses u give a soldier drink ol water. t Subscribe now for the News Up and up, wenry The shadowy jgure, coming close, took n form, became a man became Peter Niburg. Now, Indeed, Nlkky roused. Beaten nnd sorely bruised, Peter Niburg What should have been In bed. stealthy business of the night brought him out? fortunately for Nlkky's hiding place, the last step or two proved too much for the spy. He groaned, and sat down painfully, near the (op. Ills head lolled forward, and be supported It on two shaking hands. Tims be sat, huddled nnd miserable, for five minutes or thereabouts. The chime rang out the hour. At ten minutes past the hour, Nlkky heard the engine of tin automobile. No machine came in Stgbt, but 'the throbbing kept on, from which he judged that a car had been stopped around the corner. Peter Niburg heard It. and rose. A moment later a man. with the springiness of youth, mounted the steps and confronted the inessei' ger. Nlkky saw a great light. When Peter Niburg put his hand to his breast pocket, there was no longer room for doubt, nor, for that matter, time for thinking. As a matter of fact, never afterward could N'lkky recall thinking at all. lie moved away quietly, bidden by the shadows of the Behind him, on the steps, colonnade. the two men were talking. Absorbed In themselves and their business, they neither beard nor saw the figure that slipped through the colonnade, and dropped) a blood curdling drop, from the high end of It to the street below. Nikky's first impulse, beside the car, was to out a tire, liy getting bis opponent into a stooping position, over the damaged wheel. It would ho easier to overcome him. But a hasty search revealed that he had lost bis knife In the melee. And second thought gave lif in a better plan. After all. to get the letter was not everything. To know Its destination would be Important. He had no time to think further. The mossoiccr was coming clown thi' steps, mil stealthily, but clattering, with the ting of nails In the heels of heavy boots. Nlkky tiling bis long length Into the It wuh tonneau. anil there crouched. dark enough to conceal him, but Nikky's was a large body In u small place. However, the chauffeur only glanced at the ear, kicked u tire with a practiced foot, and got ID. He heuded for the open country. Very soon his pussenger knew that he was In for a long ride possibly, a cold ride certainly. Within the city limits umn, nnd waited. step after weary step. ttie car move! deirni.v. but when tho suburbs were reached, tie- driver put on till his power, Re drove enre-fulltoo. ns one who must make haste but cannot afford accident. Nlkky grew very uncomfortable. Ills long legs nched. The place lie tweon the shoulders wh re the concierge hail landed his powerful blows Also he was throbbed and beat. puzzbd, end he hated being puzzled, lie was unarmed, too. He disliked that most of all. After n lime he raised his head. lie made nut that they were going cast, toward the KMVUntUlM, and he cursed the luck tint had left bis revolver at home. SUM be had no plan but to watch. Two bonis' rhle. It their present rate, Would take them over the border anil Into Karnla. With a squealing of brakes the machine drew up at the frontier. Here was n chain across the highway, with two gej( of guards. Long before they reached It, a sentry stepped Into the road and waved his lantern. Nlkky burrowed lower Into the car. and attempted to look like a rug. In the silence, while the sentry evidently examined a passport tgul Mashed a lantern over the chauffeur. Nlkky cursed the ticking of bis watch, the beating of his own heart. Then came a Clanking as the chain dropped In the road. The car humped over it, and halted again. The RtflM formalities, this time by Karnian sentries. Then the Jerk following' a of the clutch, gad they hasty lettlng-lwere off again. For some time they climbed steadily. But Nlkky, who knew the road, Mdeo his time. Then nt last, al two o'clock, came the steep ascent to the very crest of the mountain, and a falling back, gear by gear, until they climbed slowly In the lowest. Nlkky nnfolded his length quietly. The gears were grinding, the driver Very debent low ever l is wheel. liberately, now that he knew what he was going to do, Nlkky unbuttoned his tunic and slipped It off. If was a rash tiling, this plan he had in miml. rash under any circumstances, in a moving car particularly rash here, where between the cliff and n precipice thtit fell far away below, was only a winding ribbon of uneven road. Nlkky, he waited his moment, and then, with one singularly efficient gesture, he flung his tunic over the He drove a car chauffeur's head. himself, did Nlkky not his own, of course: he was far too poor and be counted on one thing an automobile driver acts from the spinal cord, ami not from the bruin. Therefore his hinln may be seething with a thousand frenzies, but lie will shove out clutch and brake feet In an emergency, nnd bold them out. So It happened. The man's hands left the wheel, hut he stopped his car. Not too soon. Not before It had struck the cliff, nnd then taken a sickening curve out toward the edge of the precipice. But stop It did. on the very edge of eternity, and the chauffeur held It there. "Set the hand brake!" Nlkky said. The lamps were near enough the edge to make him dizzy. The chiuiffour ceased struggling, and set the hand brake. His head was stilT But having done that, he covered. commenced a struggle more furious than forceful, for both of them were handicapped. And now Nikky was forced to nn unsol:iciilke thing that he afterwanl tried to forget. For the driver developed unexpected strength, refused to submit, got the tunic off his head, and, seeing himself attacked by one man only, took courage and fell to. lie picked up a wrench from the seat beside him, and made a furious pass at Nikky's head. Nikky ducked and, titter a struggle secured the weapon. All this in the car. over the seat back. It was then that Nlkky raised tho wrench and stunned his man witli it. It was hateful. The very dull thud of It was sickening. And there was a bad minute or two when he thought The BUM he had killed his opponent. bad sunk down In his scut, a sodden lump of Inanimate human Baak, And Nlkky, whose business, In a way, wns killing, was horrified. The Chauffeur wakened, ten minutes litter, to find himself securely tied with bis own towing rope, and lying extremely close to the edge of death. Beside him on the ground sat a steady-eyeyoung man with a cut Hp. The young man hud lighted a Cigarette, and was placing it carefully in tin' uninjured side of his mouth. "Just as soon as you are up to it," said Nikky, "we shall have u little n d Then he nt down and waited. "Any news?" ho asked, nt the end of ten minutes' unbroken llonce. His prisoner said nothing, lie was thinking, doubtless. Weighing thing-- . tiMi perhaps life against betrayal, a family against separation. Nlkky examine I the b Iter again. It lag addressed to a border town In I.lvonla. But the town lay far behind them. The address, then, was n false one. He Whistled softly. Half an hour, "Come, come," said Nikky fiercely. "We are losing time." lie looked tierce, too. Ills swollen Up did that. And he wns nervous. It occurred to hint that bis prisoner. In disposition, Btigh! nil over the edge himself, which would be most uncomfortable, But the precipice, and Nikky's fierce lip, anil Other things, hud got in their work. The man on the ground Mopped muttering In his patois, and turned on Nikky eyes full of hate. "I will tell you." he snld. "And you will free me. And after that " "Certainly," Nikky replied equably. "You will follo.v mo to the ends of the Mrtfe although that will not be nooovvury, because I don't Intend to go there ami finish me off," Then, sternly "Now, when' does the letter go? I hart a fancy for delivering It -my-seit- XXKM sOC OOCXXX XXX: XXX) FOR SALE! Liven Barn, 6 Horns, mm Ford Automobile, mm Surrey, Drummer WlgOII, 3 Buggies, 8 double Sets Harness anil two tingle Sets. Doing a food business. Reason for selling, want to change butifHTM, Morgan Bros., Stephensport, Ky. X ;.acVwijj JXAXXXX XX NOTICE The 17, S. Food FLOUR USERS "If I tell you. whnt then?" "This: If you toll DM p'operl ,'. and all goes well, I will return and lelease you. If I do not return, naturally you will QOi be released. And. for fear you meditate a treachery, I shall gag you leave you, not here, but back a short distance. In the v.ooil we Just passed. And, Localise you are a bruve man. ard this thii.g may be lee serious Han I thick It is. I give you my word of honor that If you adrlse DM correctly, l si all return nnd liberate you." "I have only your word." "And I y. urs." said Nlkky. The chauffeur took a liaal glance Broand. as far us he cotili set and a final shuddering look at the v iley of "I will tell you," he the Ar, far said sullenly. , Administration requires that every miller of wheat (lour make one rade of Hour, known as "1081 I'lour." Our brand known as Snow Drift has always been our liest Patent and eactl Ian is so labelled, and we will continue to use this same haj; with same label until our present supply of old hays is out and then they w ill be labeled "10(1$ I lour" but under the ggRtg brand SNOW DRIFT, We aie allowed to continue the making of our famous brand of EXTRA FANCY SELF RISING. Respectful ours. Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co,, U. Hardinsburg, Ky, S. Food Administration License No. TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT SPENCERIAN SPEED BUILDING All young men and young women desirous of advsncement should write for the Catalogue and Booklet of the (North of the Pott Office) AND BUSINESS POSITIONS COMMERCIAL. KENTUCKY SCHOOL LOUISVILLE, (Continued next week). COMMISSIONER'S SALE. talk." The chauffeur muttered something in the peasant patois of Karnla. Nikky observed. "Come, come!" "Speak up. No hiding behind strange tongues. But first, I have the letter, That saves your worrying about it. You can clear your mind tor action." Suddenly Nlkky dropped bis mocking tone. He was in earnest, glim and deadly earnest. friend," tie said, "to take that letter of yours on to Its destination. But w hat that destination Is, you are to tell ine." The man on the ground grinned sardonically. "You know belter than to usk thut," he said. "I will never "I have a fancy, my loll you." Nlkky had thought things out fairly well, for bigs, In that leu minutes. In a businesslike fashion he turned the prostrate prisoner on his side, so that he faced toward the chasm. A late moon showed its depth, and the valley in which the air flowed swiftly. And having thus faced him toward the next world, Nlkky, throwing uway his cigarette because It hurt his Up, put a stone or two from the roadway behind 01a prisoner,, and. anchored hjm there. Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Plaintiff, John F, Kane gt e. , Against Defendant. Mary A. Ileavin & c. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Bile of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof, 19I8, in the above cause, for sale the here and after described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale door in Hardinsburg, at the to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 23iid day of April, I9IS, atone o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve months the following "Two Cerdescribed property, tain tracts or percent ol land lying and Breckinridge county, Kentucky, being and bounded and described as follows: First Tract: Beginning at a stone In the center of the public road, running thence M 17 E. 117 1 3 poles to a hickory on to of the cliff; thence with the cliff N 13 W 111 5 poles to a stone with point K ers en the top of cliff; ihence N j6 77 poles to a stone under the cliff; thence with the meanders of the cliff N 7 8 II poles N, "y'4 B, 10 po'es N. cjfg 8 2S poles N 6OI4 K 7' poles, S e,;, , 8 37 poles, N 49 B. ti'j poles N 6' K 21 8 2 poles, N 78 K 29I S poles, S poles, X. 4 B ftjfj poles X. SI V. 21 V. M poles, X. II W. M poles N. poles X 3S'2 W. 29 poles, S. 74 V. l.s, X. 76 V. 2 poles lu three sour woods, Maguugly's corner, th ace with ids line s 65 v 11 yi poles to two laaeafraasei and asli 011 the norlh side of beech fork thence with the meanders of the creek W 14 poles and a large branch N X ft W, W poles to three small popular (beech down) on the branch of Matting- ly's corner thence N. Si V. ,1 poles to a beech under the cliff, thence S. 5.1 V 16 poles to a w hite oak and iron wood, tbeUCS 25 B, 5 poles to a cros on a large stone, thence by compromise with eHsod line S .'i7 W. 36'. poles to the top of the cliff, theme S 54 ,'j W. gOji poles to a beech under tile cliff; thence across the hollow S 47 V 1" '1 poles to a stone witli pointers thence s ilfi 8 7nlj poles to a stone ill Haree's line thence witli bis line S 7H lv I3 poles to a sloinRereg's cornet thence S, lift R I" poles tO S Stone thence S. 22 B I 7 poles to the beginning, containing by survey I69 A. 3R 20P Second Tract: Beginning at a stone on the side Of Cloverport and Howling Qraea road, running thence S. 30 V. ;. poles to I red oak on the branch thence N. 60 V. t'u poles to a small elm 011 the branch thence N. 30 R, gfl poles to a w bite oak ill Ileavin's 2l)0 acres mii vey; thence with a line of same S. 6(1 id1., poles to the beginning, containing by survey 20 acres, " The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, hear sug legal interest from the day of sale paid; and having the force and effect of a Judgement LieU retained to gggggg pawncnt of money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms l.ee Walls, Commissioner I). C C. A. R. Kincheloe, Atty. Court-House in-w111 Startling News Is I Crowding the Telegraph 1 Wires Every Day I H Undoubtedly We Hale Entered Upon jfj the Most Momentous Months in the History of the Universe, The World Revolves Around Newspapers -- If jfj You Want the News and All the News ijjj While It Is Really News, You must Read 88 Every Day. the Courier-JournSj al clubbing arrangement, with the Courier-- J onrnal by which people of this section may jjet the Courier-Journeverv day hut Sunday by mail and The Hrecken- ride News both a full year for $6.00. The Daily Courier-Journalone costs subscribers $5.00 per a al al The Breckenride News has made ear. is the most quoted newt Its news and views are not exAmerica. paper celled by any publication anywhere. Place your Courier-Journ- al The in order through The Breckenridge News. Clubbing Rates! 09 Farmers Home Journal $1.00 1.50 The Breckenridge News $2.50 Both 1 Year for $2.25 Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News $5.00 All For Only $4.00 Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. Now is the time to Subscribe I 4 I IE alUw tl BVIJJM Man y jr i ,, v CUT HIGH 0SToW!N J UTOUT .irl- n ' CLUnLm - MMb r GET A FULL BAR OF THE. .J ju& usi: ONK CENT MONKY OF YOU II BEST WAPTHA SOAP FOR S3W' 'VI - ru vo, t v i i W iu i m .mil ( ill i nuncn e;vp in nearer .1 ruiJ mr cr u Wo cr our oberi will rcdeom this lac Ru'j No More Naniha So.ip our lor 5 corns cssn. oi kit'' NO MORF COMPANY. Fort W.iynr, intfia-i- a THE RUB . '1 r. t-- t - ; r ...1......L . . 21, , "c YOUH OROCBH AND HR WILL GIVE YOU A FULL SfZK UAI? OF TUB BBMTNAPTHA SOAP MADE. TAKK BOTH TO 'l a? F PLBASB NOTE OUALITY OF SOAP AND RBBULTB IN YDUB WAS?!-TU!I. GROCERS wr wm FOB HALM AT AIX Hj (flWiL S r 1 ; '-V. Rub-No-Mo- re Coupons redeemed only by The Golden Rule Store, Cloverport, Ky. GARFIELD. . IRVINGTON I Mrs James ; ir Kl:z .bethtown, has rbe Rad GrOM Society at this place been the mieit at Mr. and Mrs, Bale have at this wi iting 4) senior and B Vashii)ntcn. junior members A. B. Mrs VV. T. Dowell visited her sons I, eon Lewis, Louisville, spent the week end witti Missi s Eva Can igan and D. 0. Dowell and Raymond Doweli at H.irainsburg last week Hditli Lewis. Koliert Fisher, Glen Dean was here Mrs. l'hoedelia Oallnwfty is home Cilasgow, where she spent the wio-te- r Thursdiy i nroute to his home. from MissCoia Wood, Louisville is visitwith her daughter, Mrs Kedmond Meyer and son, ing relatives here. Mr and Mrs, Divi Hue a Liberty Loan Bond and help Ft Smith, Ark., were guests of Dr. and Mrs S. M Ciume and son, J M. win the wai. We feel sure our little Mrs J. W. Meador last week. town and community will do it's oest Crume, went to Caneyville, Thursday, to Lieut. J. B. GlboOII and Mr. Cribson, to make the quota for our county and visit her brother, Wm Ijuigg ns, who is Cimp Z leli iry Taylor, (pent the week more too very ill end with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oibion. The Baptist missionary society met on Wbttwortb and son, Paul Mrs Sirali II irri-- tt Mrs Cooper lias returned spent Easter in Louisville as guests of Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Q P from a t vo months stay in (Keeiisboro. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Gier. Macy. Ir. and Mis. V. B Taylor motortd The Missis Harned attended the Mrs Sam Carden and Mrs. I. on Davis, to Hodgnvill for the week end. fur.eral of Mrs. Nan Bindy last week of Basil Springs, were guests of G W (i II was in and wi re the guests of Mr ar.d Mis. Payne and family last week. Owcnsboto, town Thtti ictay Miss I. eland lintler has returned to Tom Davis of llasin Spring Mrs Allen KiM heloe and baby, if Mrs Alv.ili llasham is at home with Louisvnlc, after spending a few days Stanley, spent Monday with Mrs J. V. her parents, Mr and Mrs. J W. Marr with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vogel. after spending the winter in Louisville Butler. Yes Crews was the guest of his mothMrs. C. A. l'ineville, and Miss while her husband was stationed at Tommie Unterhner, I'.lixabethtown, were Camp Taylor. He has ueen trir.sferred er, Mrs Win. Crews, last week. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. (). T. Marshall, to South Carolina. Mrs John Meador, of Irviugton, spent last week. Miss Etlie Poole received a letter Sunday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Batti N OftM, Hardinsburg, is Tnursday from her brother, Charlie Mrs John V.'eatherford .V the guest mi leblives here. Poole who it now "over there " Mrs James McCoy and children, Iler- Mrs J. T. Johl son and Miss Francts Charlie s.iul, ne was well and enjoying shel and Ethel, spent a few days of last If cQ lot total JnbrsoD, L' isville, spent life, h( wants his base ball glove and week in Louisville, the guests of Mr and the week end with Mrs. T. N McGloth a box of goodies from home. His letter Mrs C C. Brock. was jjst one month on the road. lan. Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes have Mr and Mrs. Shelby Tucker, Mrs. moved into their new residence, Messrs. and Mesdames I). H. Smith, Garlield, S. B. l'ayne, llardinsburg, P. M. Tucker, Mrs. Eli Pile and Miss Homer Alexander and Vie Pile were were guests of Mr. aid Mrs A. T. Merna Tucker, Harned were litre in Louisville on business last week. Fr iday shopping. Draue, Sund.iy. Mr and Mrs S B, Tucker and daugh Mrs Wilbur Pile and MissOra Black ter, Myrna, and Mrs. Florence Pile were Mrs. Alvin Withers and sort, Kirk, visited Mr. and tin, T K. Blythe, last of Harned ward bare Friday. in i irlield Friday. week. S A Dodson of Custer was here last Mr and Mrs. Robert Weatherford aU Other King, Camp Zichary Taylor, week unloading fertilizer. He unload tended the play given by the li. C. 11 S. d 5I tons Thursday and Friday and at llardinsburg. Wednesday night. DOI the week end with Mr. and Mrs has ordered 6') to.is mure The Custer James King. Mrs. Milt Tate and daughter, Fiva, going to rhuw their Mr an Mrs, Ceoige Board, of Holt, farmers are were in Garfield shopping Saturday. patriotism by raising belter crops. and l Livers, Camp Zachary Tay Sunday School was reorganized at Jim "'ebb was in Irvingtou Monday lor, spent the week end with Mr. and K vary bad y I'.phesus, Sunday afternoon. on business. III s. John Livers is invited to attend Mrs. teona Hamsey is the guest of Mr and Mr . J. B. Hottel have charge Lannie Holmes and family, of Colo her sister, Mis. Jas. Tanner. of the Cumberland Exchange rado, visited relatives here last week. Mi. ana Mrs. D. T. Penick of near Nathan Board and daughurs, of Big Kev. C L Bruington aud family atCuster were here Fnday shopping. Spring, were in town Thursday. tended the funeral of Dickie Roberts, at Mr. aud Mis. Cncslev C. Hi Urury, Bewleyville, was here Wilson of llardinsburg, F'riday. Bewleyville and Mrs G. H Gilpin of Thursday. Tim Kirllev, Brandenburg, has lo- Irviugton were hi re Monday and atWig cated here. He will write insurance for tended the funeral of Mr. K. L. the National Lila Insurauce Companv. Adkinsou. V. Mattinglv wan in Louisville Libel I v Loan B MMtWI Club will visit Miss Clina Strother ar.d mother the following towns Thursday anil sev List week on business. will be at home Saturday after spendera! prominent men and women will Mr. and Mrt. H B Moorman. Har-ns- d with ing the winter in Owensdoro .spe ik in the iMMWl of the Third Liber were here Situiday. Dr. Strotherty Loan: Bewleville, Kosttla, Custer, Miss Paulino Compton, llardinsburg Mrs Pate Dowell (nee Nettie Millei) Big Spring and Cornets. was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. (, B. was buried si t ne Baptist church giave-yarMrs. Margaret Chamb .t ii n li is r Rlchardaoa fan diys laat week. Wednesday. Uhe leaves rive ceived word lli.it her nephew, Chas V. Mrt Ella Malungly and Miss Pearl cluldreu, a little baby M days old. The Montgomery, Tixa, is with Bella Mattinglv spent Sunday with family have our simpathy. spin. .1 meningitis. Mr. and Mrs. lannie Poole. Mrs. Sallis Morris is tick. Liberty Loa i B msters Club will go to Mr. and Mrt. Dalian Biuner and The Bed t'rjts will meet with Mrs Webster this afternoon. guests, Mr. and Mrt. T. T. Pierce and J. L Morris Satuiday. Mr. and Mrs J. 1) Babbage, Clover-portOva Gray motored to Kosmosdale SunllaDJ Armts and sou went to and Mis l)i,id Kaiileigh, day to visit Mr and Mrt Jim Pierce. Friday on busiusss. aitended tile Memorial Service, Mis Jun Materia aj Irvtagtaj spent Sunday, in honor oi Lewis Washington Kiiday Tbera will be preaching at ths Gap the guest of Mrs. Jim Gray. Herudon, who was killed in acti"U, list church Satuiday aud Suuiiay by Rev. English. "Somewhere In France,'' on Mch .10 HARNED Mi Kri Smith, Guston, spent SunMrt. Dubet Meyer Is very 111. day with Mr and Mrs. N. ii miner Jim Moorman and sitter motored to Mr. and Mrs. Wm Kendall Mr. und Mrs V. T. Gregory, who has been Louisville Sunday rsturning Monday. Mrs. Henry Kendall wers guests of visiting relatives 111 Louisville, has reGsorge Prathsr't mother and father Mrs. Nancy Henry Sunday. turned home. spent Thursday with him. I I Ku-se- l, I BRECKINRIDGE-BANSKILLM AN, PresidentTHE BANK OF - K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier -- SERVICE. CONTENTMENT ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Get Our Store"1 1 i i I Fixed in your mind when you witnt good good, staple goods and prii No other tore is better prepared to furnisli you and supply all your wants. save you money and buy all your prod act at the top price. -- EMi We gjp jesf SEE OUR LINE Dry Good, Millinery Good, Shoes for Men and women, Suits for Men and Hoys, Hosiery. Notions, Underwear, Raincoats and lots of other things that make up your household wants. I Our Grocery Department Is always right with the goods and the prices i I. BUY A LIBERTY BOND AND HELP WIN THE WAR B. RICHARDSON, 1 :: :: Garfield, Ky. Your Leading Merchant RAYMOND NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mattingly and children, l'ay nesville, sp lit Saturday with Mrs Mattiugly's mother, Mrs. L. G. Avitt, and Mr. Avitt. Miss Edith Knott received her papers on last Friday, to lake charge ot the pottnMlH at tbiS place, but decided she lid not want the oAct SO she has re asiiington, 1). C. turned ali papers to Deri y, lud., Miss Iiessie was called here last week to be at the bedside of her nepbew. Alfred, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hardest) , died Satuiday and was laid to re t ill the Catholic cemetery at l'u nesville Sunday HariU-ly- , For the Sweet Girt Graduate Tilers is nothing that will please her more than a piece of jewelry something that will last her a lifetime. A Wrist Watch, a Finger Ring, a Pretty Pia or, say a Silver Spoon any of these articles will make an ideal gift. And the Boy Graduate-- Gold Cuff Links or Silver Spring I Is sure to be proud of a Gold Watch Military lirushcs. l'lace Your Order Now With T. C. LEWIS Vour Home Jeweler HaruiDslmrji;, Ky. Loui--vill- Elia-bethtow- n Aiulrane L'asbman, who has been in Oklahoma since Christmas, leturned to his home Sunday. Says he likes the West line and expects to return there ill the fall. Alter spending several weeks herewith her parents, Mr and Mrs. Tom Cliism, Mrs Gola Knott left Friday to joiu her husband st Marshall, lnd Miss Dannie Aler returned home Suii- day Irom Amnions, where she had spent the past two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Sain Robbins J. T Kuott returned home Saturday from near Garfield, where he had been doing some carpenter work. We have a customer who wants a farm located near Hardinsburg having an acreage at about 250 to 350 acres; buildings in good condition, land productive. Will buy farm, teams, tools, stock and assume contracts with ten-- , Wanted --F- arm ants. TRUST DEPARTMENT Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. - ik 1 V