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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. 1918. OF UNEXPECTED on oc JOC hoc Condensed Statement of PRODUCT OF HARRY HILLS COUNTY Taken With Pneumonia Last Give Butter and Eggs and Small Change to Communiny Remains Brought Tuesday. Here for Burial. Widow and Fund. Five Children Survive. Men rever progress very far unless of Mr. Harry Stith Hills died at Ravenna, Ky., Saturday who April 20, of pneumonia, arrived in this city Moudav evening at 6:.Oand a short funeral service was held immeadetly from the Baptist church by Rev. Powell pastor of the deceased who with several others from Ravenna accompained the The interment family on a special car followed in the Clovetport cemetery which was in charge of the MuoiA The active pall.beirers were: Chas. Llghtfoot, IraD. Behen, Chas. Jackson, and Lafe Behen, Warfield Collins The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. As From reported to The Banking Commissioner. April 11. 1918 the Kentucky Division Department of the Council of National Defense. The remaitis Ferry. Prank Just last Tuesday Mr. Hil's was taken ill and while the physicians pronounced it pneumonia from the first yet his illness was not cocsidered very serious until a few hours before his death which occurred on Saturday evening while his wife and five children, Miss Julia Hills, C. Miss Mary D. Hil's, Hirry S. Jr., Mr Hills was universally Known here as h at one time made this his home and was foreman of the L. H. & St. L. shops for twelve ytars under Master- nechanic. P. D. Plank. He went from Miere to Richmond, Ky,, and was Mast- mechanic of the L. & N. shops in that city for eight years and when the L & N. moed its shops to Ravenna, Hills was transferred too. He hail bien living there two years, Very handsome floral tributes were sent from his business associates and his employes who held him in high Master-mechani- Lauern and Waiter were at his bedside. the women are with them Breckinridge County fell behind in the Second Was it because we Liberty Loan. women failed to do our part? If so now Is the time to redeem ourselves and here is a plan by which everyone can help the Third Liberty Ixjan, even if bor.d if you live on you haven't a a farm you can give a dozen eggs, or a pound of butter. If ycu have a big flock of chickens or two cows, perhaps you can give a dozen eggs or four pounds of butter, or as many as you But we can give one pound or choose one dczen or 25c, a very little thing, and yet if every woman will help it will add between $1200 and 6MM to the Liberty Loan. But you say "what if I live out next to Hardin county or Grayson or Davis, I can't go to Hardinsburg with a few eggs " Certainly not. You can ask your merchant to give you cash fur your Liberty Loan with a few eggs, take it to the nearest PoslofFce and tell the Postmaster what It's for. The Postmaster keeps account of the number of women and the amount of money until May 4th, then he forward it to Mrs. M. B. Kincheloe, Hardinsburg. Hut is it just for farm women? No for every woman in Every school Breckinridge county. teacher, music teacher, dressmaker, clerk, bookkeeper, housekeeper or whatever else you may do. Even the woman who's husband has presented her one or two $."0O bonds can weedle him out of another dollar and be in a Community Bond. Eich district is given a certificate of participation for the exact amount it comes in and when the bond comes due each district receives Its exact amount with 4,V Pcr cent interest and spends it's money on whatever it needs most. Now get busy, lend your paper tell everyone you see until every corner of the county is familiar with the plan. And as a motner tucks her children in bed with a last loving touch, so we, when the others are thru, go one step farther with a Community Bo-- d and with a last loviug touch for the Third indeed. is Assets Loniis and Discounts T. S. nt.d County Bonds Cash and due from Hanks Liabilities 6614666 86 31,17'2 84 116,066 2i ,112 58 Capital Stock Surplus and I'ndivided Profits Deposits I 50.000 00 60,666 66 Ml, tO0 N Overdrafts Kxpensc and Taxes paid Real Kstate 7,fc8 24 3.366 60 Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures Charged out of 1'rotit and Loss Other Assets 165 33 $692,542 19 $692,542 19 Trust Department Assets Profit and Loss Expense War Stamps Real Kstate 41 Liabilities 33 05 Commission Account f 6 Deposits 1,046 66 345.734 00 471 52 69,611 77 666,056 .'. Iuvesments Cash '4 $346,779 69 It 16,68! 4s $346,779 69 Mr. Hills was 5I years old and was a of Elizibethtown, Ky. Eleven years ago he was married to Miss Ethel Oe.i the daughter of Mrs. Mary Oe'ze and the late Allred Oeize of this place Mr. Hills is the last member of his im mediate family to be taken. esteem. native Combined Assets Combined Deposits CLEAN I, $1,039,321.88 $ 928,639.66 UP DAYS APRIL 25 AND 26 With Home Boys in Service. y Ulrs. Herbert McGary of Kirk recenty received a letter from her brother, Sergeant Frank Kennedy who is"som'e-wher- e in Frauce." He writes that he is well and had a delightful trip over sea Serg. Kennedy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy roruierly of Last September he was called in the lirst draft from Evansville experience Ind. Having had some with motors, he was given special training at Augusta, Ga., then sent to France with the First Motor Mechanics Regiment. Serg. Kennedy has many friends in the county who will be glad to hear of Irs safe arrival . S Clarence Morgan, the 18 year old son of Sam Morgan, the former depot agent for the L. H &, St. L R R. at Fal" S.of Rough has enlisted iu the U 8. Navy as a wireless operator and left home April 9, for Newport, R. I. While his father was agent, Morgan took telegraphy and proved quite aptso that he had no trouble In passing the operators examination for wireless ervice. He took the first examination in Owensboro and the final in Louisville. James William Emberson, of Breck inridge county has enlisted in the army at the local recruiting station, enter, ing the medical branch of the service. Hard-insbur- Liberty Loan, send Breckinridge "Over the Top " (Signed) Elizabeth Coombs Sheetan. Endorsed by, Mrs M H. Kincbeloe, Chairman Ladies Public Speakers Committee Breckinridge county. RED CROSS SOCIETY. John A. Barry, mayor of the City of Cloverport, Ky., do ordain as follows: That Thursday and Friday of this week, April 25 and Evs. 26, 1918, he set apart and known as city is required to clean-u- p ery person living within the their premises, also all vacant lots that they control. Either dig up or plough up and plant something to eat, or let vour neighbor have it to raise a garden, that we mav do our hit, not only to feed ourselves, hut to help others. The garbage wagon will haul all rubbish placed on the edge of sidewalk in boxes or barrels, also the garbage wagon wUl be around Thursday of each week during the Spring and Summer. Clean-L'p-Day- foods. Dried peas and beans take the place of meat. Reduce your meat consumpSCHOOL MAY 5 tion by planting and using beans. Potatoes, Irish and sweet, must partially substitute for cereals of which T- - B. Henderson Appeals to All Iridic will be an increasing need overSunday School Workers to seas. Beets, carrots, turnip;, parsnips, Make This the Largest Attend- onions have excellent food value and ance at Sunday School Ever can serve to replace more concentrated starchy cereals GO TO SUNDAY Wt are all begining to realize that are at war, but as yet only a few have come to be more concerned about winning the war than any thing else in the world. Not many people understand what price we hould have to pay if our Allies feel exhausted by tht supreme effort of three and a halt years and the battle line should move to the Atlantic coast. Food is one of the most important factors in our eonllict with Germany. Flan to raise enough to feed your family. It is your most effective way of doing military service. Last year the home garden and commercial gardening is estimated to have increased the supply of perishable vegetables and fruits M per cent over normal The canning, preserving, dry" ing and pickling of the surplus has made available I larger amount of food for every one ths winter than could have been possible otherwise. Our Allies will need more food next year than ever before We hope to have a million and a half American soldiers in France, and we must see that the best of our food is sent to tht m to do this you must make your family "hunger proof" with food from your own garden. .What shonld yju plant? The Home Economics Departments of the Council of National Defence all over the I'nited States are following the plan of the Secretary of the United S.ates Department of Agriculture and urgirg the planting of every available foot of ground in food plants. The slogan should be "Let each household raise enough food to supply themselves." Plant what you like in your garden. What you do not eat, can or dry. Free freight cars by using locally produced we bonds J and On Tuesday afternoon, April 16, Mrs Proctor Keith and Miss LeanoraMc-Gavocorganized the Junior Red Cross Thrift stamps for the Spiuach, lettuce, cabbage, celery, asparagus are available for the iron ('. Dty May 5, ihev contain and their use will free a I suppose !!HS all Sunday schools in large number of cur which wou.d be t tie county are planning to make it a needed to bring us foods high in thia great day. Kvery school ought and element Knroll as a volunteer house garden can make a one tenth inert usa in its and feel that you belong in the second Previous Go to Sunday-schoat'endance. days resulted in great good. I line of defense Let each community arrange for appeal to all schools and wcrkers to get busy aud double your regular attend- compirison of garden crop and have reports kept of amount of food ance that day. ol Known. LIBERTY LOAN CHAIRMANS At i children Following this was a debate by four High School pupils on Liberty bonds versus Other investments, Miss Jane e I.ightfoot anil John I Hi e took the with Miss Louise Weatherholt and Joe Bill WWII had the negative. Mrs. Marvin Heard of llardiushurg county Chairman of the Sales Department made the final appeal for Liberty bonds and she asked for public subscripThe response was not universal tions as this district had been thoroughly canvassed before the meeting Those who were in attendance from Hardinablirg were: Mr. aud Mis Murvin Heard, Mr and Mrs W. C. Moorman, Mrs. Vic Robertson. Mrs. Herbert lieatd, Mrs. Jno Kincbeloe, Mrs. R. Dowell, Mis Percy Heard and two daughters, Miss Virginia Heard aud Miss Mary Franklin Heard and Miss Kuth Kincbeloe, aflii-mat- with 53 members. kjjiias The children nominated and elected their own officers, W. J. Couch was elect ed Chairman, Nell Louise llailes, Secre tary and Anna Mae Tatum, Treasurer. They had their first meeting 011 Satur. day afternoon and the membership swelled to 72, 50 of whom were present at the roll call. on the members youngest The roll are Lucile Keith and William Q Polk, Jr. , age one year. Let the babies join they can't work but their quarters can Owensboro-Inqulrer- . The Junior Red Cross includes all children under 16 years and membership Two Little Girl Patriots. fee is only 25c. I,et us have a good attendance aud at the meeting on On last Tuesday evening two sold- more new members and Lieut J P. Saturday afternoon at the Red Cross hall iers, Captain Travers E. Stitea from Camp Zachary Taylor at o'clock. Children, do your duty join now were in Cloverport and made two in addresses at the American Theatre the Interest of the Third Liberty Loan Wnat They Asked Him. drive. There Is one niun lu town who is It was not generally known that the 111. .I of hearing the nuiue of u Hiiiull speakers were coming until a few hours cur of popular muko. Ills MUM U I'It all hapll. (Huron) Rothschild. before hand but tile theatre was crowd pened like this: On Monday morning ed not with standing. When Oapt. Travers asked of th; the in rou, In his huste to get to the us some say, slip-liechildren who among them would volun- Jewett inauguration, und broke u bone on Ihe sidewalk to du without candy for a certain in his teer wrist und tore loose two ligalength of time aud buy Thrift stamps ments in his right hand. He hus since instead two little girls uamely, Kathbeen currying the hand mound In a d lirown and resa lleavin pluster oust. Since then, whether In At the the club or on Uie street, nine acto make the sacrifice. conclusion of the meeting the Captain quaintances out of ten usked him the " question, "Were you cranking commended the little girls and encouraged them for their true Amerioan (name deleted to avoid giving free advertising). Indianapolis News ' pint. d 1 volun--'tetre- MET the Cloverport Public School Five MinBuilding Friday. ute Speeches, Debates and Music Made up the Program. The County and local Chairinans of the Third Liberty Loan Sales and Departments for llreckini idge held a public meeting in this city Friday afternoon at the Cloverport Public School Pub-licit- y building. Chairman, The county's Publicity Mrs. M. 11. Kincheloe of Hardinsburg opened the meeting with a short talk stating that its object was to de ise ways and 'means whereby tile sale of the Third Liberty bonds would lie futhered Mrs. Kincbeloe also explained the liutter uinilt and KflfJ I OWlttl for but ing a BO bond which is published in detail else where in this issue of the llrcckeuridge News with The talks were interspersed music by Mrs. M II Kincheloe and Miss Virginia Heard, violinist accouip aiued by Miss Marv lrankhn Heard, L pi. moist from Hardinsburg aud Mrs T. Reid aud Miss Tula Habbage of this city. Five minute speeches were made by Rev. W. L. Baker aud Mrs. A. N. Couch, their subjects being Liberty Road Tax Election Deafeted. The Twenty Cent koid Tax t lection which was. held in Breckinridge county Apiil 2D, was detenu d b .H t otes I'he tux carried in Cloverport by 10 votes. Glen Dean INI, McDaniels 24, Bewleyville 4 and Stepheiisport was a tie. livery tSOjOOl is asked to make an offering for the State Association I know there are many demands upon us these times but we cannot afford not to support a woik that has done so much for the schools of the county and state. There is not a school in the county that has r.ot been helped by the work of the 1 Association. havei no hesitancy in saying our schools are ten years further advanced than they would have been but for the association. hope every one read in last week's issue of the Breckinridge News what the International Sunday school Association is. If any failed, please got the News and read it for it is one of the finest statements I have seen Some schools May not he working with the association now but I am sure they will in tl.e an OfTtfiDfl foi the good it has dood them and is doing other schools. There is no liner folks any where than Snndav-schofolks and none doing greater work. After years of service I to cin truly say, it is a great be permitted 10 have I patt in the work It is a blessing to of Sunday schools. ant school to make an offering for a work that is accomplishing so much. T. B. Henderson, Webster, Ky. 1 b'.e-sio- g produced . Ask the County Farm agent and County Home Demonstration agent (which we hope to have for the summer months) to help you with any problem you may have. They can be invaluable to you. The following bulletins will prove helpful: Circular 14 Back Yard Garden, Fxpcriment Station t'niversity of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. Farmers Bulletin 647 Home Garden in the South, Farmers Bulletin His Small Vegetable Garden, (J, S. Department of Agriculture Washington, D. C. This summer is a critical period in the war and every man, woman and child must help to win it. The home garden is an effective weapon, I'se it If Chairman of this departmeut can help you ask her aid. Very cordially. Margaret F. Chamberlain Chairman Department cf Food 1'roductiou and Home Economics Breckinridge County Kentucky Division Couucil of National Defense. Aged Colored Man Dead. will ty IN POOD "Uncle Joliti" Fishir, as he was familiarly known in this his native town passed away Thursday April 11, Navy Recruiting at his late residence after a lingering Ha leaves a wife and seven Officer Here May 6, illness. children, all but one of the children A were to sae him before ha died. "Uncle John" belong to the lamily of Navy Recruiting officer will be in Cloveipott May 6, to enlist young men the late Dr. Scutt iu slavery times and of the draft age fur Naval service. His he waa very highly respected among his own people and those of the white headquarters will be at the local race too. He was 77 yaara old. ONE MILLION AT SUNDAY SCHOOL THIS IS TlwanMaKnEK w nam m n ,n in inn n ,n n n imiii ill ill mi 1 laaj Clean Up, Paint Up, Cheer Up Your Home We have everything you need from a carpet tack to I SET ASSOCIATION MAY 5th. GOAL BY 81 ATE FOR a suit of Furniture for Spring Cleaning 6REAT DAY IS BEIN6 PLANNED Kentucky' Fifth Rally li Announced and Order of Worghip Given Invitation to Attend l( Extended to Every Man, Woman and Child in the Commonwealth. The Kentucky We carry Furniture, Stoves, Carpets. I Mattings, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloth, I Wall Paper and a full line 1 1 Sunday School As-- n riation is sending out the call lo all the Sunday School! of the Htate to do larger and bettor things th.m ever before on May rth. Sonic wonderful things have ' n done in previous years, hut we to even surpass these this year. Whether because of war or weather, or both, or something else, the attendance ai Sunday Schools In Kentucky has not been as good as It should have So li. n since the lirsl of the ye.ir. let us mOUl UP! FILL DP THI DOCBLI CARRY ON! RANK!! of Paints 1 Make our Store Your Headquarters when You Come to Town .m I I J. PATRIOTS Incline our hearts unto him. to waik in all his iays, and to keep his commandments.". Hymn "America, the Beautiful." or "The Pattle Hymn of the Republic," or "My Country, 'Tis of Thep." 6. The Sunday School Forces and the Present War. Superintendent "Our country does not ask us to die for her only, sho Ski us to live and so to act that her government may he pure, her officers honest, and every corner of her territory a place fit to grow the best men and Wl KOI who shall rule over Hymn "The Son of God goes lorih to war," or "Fight the good fight with all thy B. Bring Us Your Produce R. WILSON, Where Price and Quality Meet Glen Dean, Ky. VOIR 1U1S. ATTK.VDA.NCK ON MAY 5, Kvery person who can possibly do ao should be in gome Sunday School that day. The School ment. Day Move- the service, and especially Tor those whom we know and who have gone fro.n our OWfl ram Hies and church. Von-.c"All the blood, all the herobring these results: ism, all the money, and all the amOne Million People at Sunday School munition in the world will not win May iith. this war unless our Allies and the Sixty Thousand New Members people oetiind them are fed. A great cause will be lost unless we stand Due Thousand Schools CoBtributlqg guard every day in our homes over to the Kentucky Sun lay Sc hool Assohe .uipply of wheat, meat, fats, sugciation. ar, and milk." I'our Thousand Churches of Ken-tTeacher "In every form of SOrvlct ky Gaining Some New Members required of the American people the A Deepening of Love and Loyalty to Christian spirit and motive have a our fount ry. place. Three main things are needA Strengthening ()f the Peeling of ed: clMT thinking, high moral stand-arilChrist ian llrtitherhood. and enthusiastic devotion. The All Invrtation Given to Kverybody world will be different after the war. In Kantawky to Attend Sunday School Whether it Will be belt, r Of worse and Church. will depend on the vigor and devoRe porta and offerings of each Suntion of those to whom the kingdom day School should be mailed promptly of Goil Is mo.'e than meat and lo th Kentucky Sunday School Assodrink." ciation, Til Louisville Trust Building, Superintendent "This is not a bank ijouisvillc, Ky. or's war, or a farmer's war. or a Hundreds of Sunday Schools will manufacturers war, or a laboring m e the program that has been preman's war it is a war for every pared by the Kentucky Sunday School straight out American. We are toCopies for use can be Association. day a nation in arms, and we must secured free from the Association. It light and farm, mine and mantifac la as follows: lure, COBuMnra food and ruel. save Order of Worship and Instruction, and spend to the one common 1. Music "Ancient of Days" played Jcys and Girls "True victory will lie softly. in tile (Witty of the men who carry 2. Call to on the work of the country after the 0 come let us worwar. We must economize our huship and bow down; let us kneel beman material Each one of us should fore the Lord, our Maker. be strong and healthy in mind and Response body, and sc k to acquire that charSchool He ihou exalted Lord in acter which will make us valuable thine own strength; so will we sing citizens." and praise thy power. 3. Hymn "God of our fathers whose All "We are hut one of the champions of the rights of mankind. We almighty hand" or shall be satisfied when those rights "Faith or our fathers still," or have been made as secure as the "O worship the King, all glorious faith and the freed, ,ui of nations an above," or Hut the right is more Inake ihcin "Come. Thou Almighty King." pre, ions ban pi ace, and we shall tight 4. Prayer. tor the things which we have always 5. Responsive Reading from the carried nearest our hearts Scriptures. for u univcr sal dominion of right by Leader "We have heard and known, such a concert of free people as and our fathers have told us the shall In ing peace and safety to all praises of the Lord and his strength. nations and make the world itself at and his wonderful works that he last free." hath done." tra at piano play "The Star 'Marvellous things did he in School Spangled Hanner." the sight or their fathers. II, SJkalf. his own people to go forth like fcofJ .The Sunday School Forces In tho War Against Sin. and guided them in the wilderness It, .pou ive Scripture Reading. like a flock." Leader "He led them on safely, BO Superintendent lie strong in the Lord and ill the power of bis might. that they feared not." School "Ml 4 be the Lord. God of School We tight against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this our fathers from everlasting en u to world, against spiritual wickedness everlast ing " in high places. Lsader "ltlessed is the nation whose God Is the Lord, and the people Superintendent Fight the good fight Lay hold on eternal life of faith. whom he hath chosen for bis own Endure hardness as a good inheritance." soldier of Jesus Christ. School "Tbe Lord our God be with ua, as ho was with our fathers; let bun School Let us have grace whereby we may serve God acceptably with not leave us nor forsake us: thai bo reverence and godly fear. Worship-Superintendent Age-Lon- Early in 1!H I the officers of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, at the suggestion of the (ieneral Secretary, decided to design. id' the first Sunday in May as v and to ask each Sunday School to obsi rrt that day. The Governor of the Slate issued n. proclamation call-inupon a'l the people of the State to attend Sunday School, newspapers published invitations, posters urn-puup over cities and towns, calls wee made; in short, about everybody in Kentucky must have heard about (io-tSunday-Schoo- l Day ami received in Invitation or two to attend Sunday School. From the beginning the movement was a success, and it has become an annual custom of Kentucky Sunday hool Schools to have a Hay This year the call is issued to every man. woman and child in Kentucky, to attend Sunday School and to enlist for service in the Army of Christ. Some of the good results in past years are an increase in attendance of more than one hundred per cent, an increase in enrollment of thousands, the bringing together in Sort workers of many schools, the finding of hundreds who have become church members, the enlisting of some of tho most capable and earnest teachers. The litis campaign is expected to 1. might," or "Faith Is the victory." Superintendent's Welcome to itors. Announcements. Lesson Study. Vis- This year everyone who has a bit of land should Raise a Pig as many more as possible. On every farm, large or small, on the small suburban estate, even in the City back yard, there is room to raise enough pigs in the aggregate to entirely put an end to the present pork shortage, which, according to Government reports, is rapidly increasing. As a rule, a pig can be raised on what is thrown away from the average family, together with what It can grub for itIt amounts then to conself. verting waste material into valuable food products at practically no outlay of labor, and, on the basis of present pork prices, at a very considerable profit. Raise a Pig pose whatever. 9. 10. 11. Pastor's Invitation to Church Services. Reports of Secretary and Treasurer. 12. Hymn "Jesus calls us over the tumult." or "Onward, forward." or "Onward. Christian Soldiers." Benediction. her." School "God hath made of one b'.ood all natiois of men. and we are his children, brothers and sisters all. We are citizens of these Cnite Stale:, and e believe our flag stands for self sacrifice for the good of the people! " Superintendent How may we serve our country at this time Men "The greatest service you can render your country is the prosecution of your usual church work with 1 13. KENOF CONVENTION STATE TUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD IN ASHLAND OCTOBER Now Is no time for being over- finicky. A pig properly raised is no more objectionable than a dog one is a producer a direct assistance in the winning of the war; the other is a parasite that serves no useful pur We are limiting Industries to essentials. Why not apply the same rule to domestic economics. Many towns and cities have already suspended ordinances prohibiting the keeping of pigs. This town should do likewise. Our duty to our Nation is clear. If we do not take energetic steps to increase our pork production, we will have a shortage of pork products still more acute, and even higher prices for ham, bacon and lard will prevail. We have a remedy In our hand Raise a Pig. our There are over four thousand day Schools In Sun- greater earnestness than ever." Pastor Thrnnnh Worship, by prayer for our leaders and all our mL'n 'n Kentucky, and each one of these is entitled to send delegates The convento the state convention. tion is for all the schools of every denomination. There will be a splendid program, and alf who attend will a large vision of the work that can he done by the Sunday Schools, will learn practical plans for makirs the work more efficient, and will receive inspiration for better service. It is expected that Dr. Samuel Prico. of New York City, one of the secretaries of the World's Sunday School Association, w ill give an illustrated lecture on "The World's Highway of Usefulness." The International Sunday School Association will furnish some of its best speakers., and there will be addresses by the workers from different purls oi Kentucky, for information write to the Kentucky Sunday School Associa tion. 7U' Louisville Trust BilUdlBg, Louisville, Ky. Glenmore Distilleries Company, Inc. Owensboro, Kentucky Trv our "Want Ads. Remedies for the Earache. Fur an earache, dry heat Is the safest remedy. Never should the mother drop oil or anything else Into tho ear without being especially ordered to do bag so by n doctor. A sinnll bot-wnt- RED RAVEN aaHLaaaaal LaaaaaaaVLaaaaaaaW' Subscribe For The News FIND SUBSTITUTE FOR OPIUM Johns University Hopkins Expert Makes New Drug From Coal Tar. New York. Discovery of n new agent us a substitute for medicines derived from opium was announced here by Dr. David L Mucin of Johns Hop-kin- s university at the annual WBCtiPl of the Society for Experimental nioiogy and .Medicine. The substitute Is a coal (ar derivative, and has been named lienzyle It has met with the approval of Doctor Brow a, bead of the Intestinal clinic of Johns Hopkins univcrsl'v. Doctor hiatal said. The new agent. Doctor Mncht explained, relaxes the muscles, giving the patient the same icllclicinl effects as opium derivatives without their 111 effects. I r with a flannel cover, a kid filled with suit and then heated in the oven, or, simply, u llutinel made very hut and covered by another one to hold In the hent, may be placed over the bnby's ear to relieve the pain. If this does not seem enough, then a small miiy be filled with rubber hot wnter; and while the lobe of the Mr Is gently held downward nnd backward the mother should use the syringe carefully, then apply tho hot flannel after drying out the ear. When pus litis formed, or If this simple treatment does not relieve the acute pain, a doctor should lie asked to examine the ear. Possibly the drum membrane Hot boric may need to be opened. acid solution or some other disinfectant will be needed to syringe the ear If pus is present. Marlanna Wheeler, In the People's Home Journal. glove-lingee """ Register No. 4281 Red Raven is 16 hands high, weighs 1100, is a BABE IS BORN IN A SKIFF Is Being Stork Ccmes While Mother Removed F. cm Water-BounHome. Cincinnati.- - The baby of Mrs. J. W. Rogert, forty, of Newport, Is doing fine despite the fact Hull It was ushered Into this WOffid during the overflow of the Ohio, under unfavorable circumstance. While her husband was removing lo r from her water-bouo- d home In u skiff Mis. Ibigurt gave hlrth to a girl. The icy waters from Ihe Hiio swirled around the skiff. Hid Gold in Biscuits. A Chinese, who Sun Francisco. was leaving for the Orient, showed the customs Inspector a tin box full of Mat Bj ta. which he said he was tak Ing along to eat on the uuy across. The Inspector opened one of the biscuits and found u ''() gold piece. Altogether ncurly $,"iii(i was found lu the biscuits. Nicknames of Cities. Baltimore, Monumental City; Boston, Hub. Puritan City and City of Notions; Brooklyn. City of Churches; Buffalo, Queen City of the Lukes; Chicago, Garden City; Cincinnati, Queen City; Cleveland, Forest City; Detroit, City of the Straits; Hannibal, Mo., Bluff City ; Indianapolis, Uallroad City ; Keokuk, la.. Gate City; Louisville, Fall City; Lowell, Mass., City of Spindles; New Haven, City of Elms; New Orleans, Crescent City ; New York, Empire City; Philadelphia, Quaker City; Pittsburgh. Smoky City nnd Iron City; Portland, Sic., Forest City; Rochester, N. Y., Flour City; St. Louis, Mound City; San Francisco, Golden Cute; Springfield, III., Flower City; Washington, City of Magnificent Distances. Push-Button beautiful bay with wide star and stripe with white hind feet. Will make the season of 1918 at J. D. Keys' barn li mile northwest of Loci burg. Will serve mares for $10.00 to insure colt to live 7 days. $10.00 Premium for Best Colt. i 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 parted with. Batteries. push-button- JOHN s has Something new In been Invented by an Eastern man that bids fuir to send the old dry butteries now In use to ring your front door bell to the nshcan. It is quite a simple anil it Is strange Unit no simone should have thought of such ple device. The button Itself Is connected to a rod thut Is geared to a small dynamo, and when the button Is pushed Ihe dynamo armature rotutes In the Held of a permanent magnet, tin n liy generating enough electricity unit hardto ring the bell. The ly takes up more spuce than the ordinary push button, und dues uwuy with the Constant expense of renewing batteries.-From the Electrlcul Experi- KEYS, Lodiburg, Ky. D. Owner and Keeper ...PERMANENT... DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST Office Hours: rMl A'w"Muur,u, lrlgtoi, If. menter. Now is the time to Subscribe Subscribe now for the News Better let us print that stationery for you now; price righl PERSHING TELLS HOW ENGINEERS L. MfBlBBas IIBWIUMICV WON BIG FIGHT Americans Unite With "Carey's Chickens" and Save Amiens Cut High Cost mis -- livYn g ' ; ; sL CUT OUT Tilt T.VTIRt PACKAci A-- . FORTY-FIV- E ARE MISSING GET A FULL PACKAGE OF WASHIN6 POWDER FOR British Army Chief Givei Columbia's Boys Full Credit War Depart-- " ment Issues Details of Thrilling Battle. shlng's report of the gnllnnt conduct of American nglnecr troops with the British fifth tinny I" helping cheek the days of Oormnn advance In the the grcnt offensive reached the WU department and WM made pnlillc hy Secretory linker. "It will nmke splendid rending for Americans," snld the soiTetary. How Pershing Tells It. report snys: Oenernl IVrshing-"In reference to mention In summitry of activities, noon March M to March 25, of Amerlcnn troops lighting with British armies ami to the daily Cabled IMS. RUmtnary of the hnttle, March the following hns now been estaldished from ofllclnl reports : "The Commanding offlCVt of a United States engineers' regiment has received n copy of the following letter commending the action of the troops of his regiment : s Washington, April 2L- - tioncrni Pw; ft Bsmasm nub-No-MoRub-No-Mo- v ONE CENT OF YOUR MONEY-TAK- E BOTH TO YOUR GROCER AND HE WILL GIVE YOU A FULL SIZE PACKAGE OF atS THE BEST WASHING POWDER MADE PACKAGE-US- CUT OUT E j tiff I A MOST rUASANTAHD EFFECTIVE J j Washing Powder t CUT OUT THE ENTIRE PACKAGE IT MR. GROCER We or our jobbers will redeem the facsimile of our package for 5c in cash, providing our has been given in exchange for the same. FOR SALE GROCERS AT ALL tion of the splendid service which you and they have rendered in connection with corps light rallrond. Thanks re The to the untiring energy of officers, nonmen, who Company commissioned officers and 'have risen to the occasion In a manFort Wayne, Indiana ner beyond all praise, and their gallantry, much of what might otherwise Rub-No-Mo- re have fallen Into the enemy's hands, has been saved. "'I should like to add my own appreciation of the excellent services renEXPLAINS POISONING BY FOOD dered by the officers, noncommissioned officers and men of the light railroad service of this army directorate In con- Science Has Discarded Theory, Long Held, That Ptomaines Are the nection with the present operation. Cause of Infection. Will you be good enough to acquaint all ranks serving under you of the apPoisoning by food I.s no longer expreciation nccorded to their untiring plained as "ptomaine poisoning," but service?' In an address to tbe American AssoDestroy Material Dumps. "Certnin units of United States en- ciation for the Advancement of Science, gineers, serving With a British army Dr. E. O. Jordan showed that it is due between March 21 and April 3, while either to true bacterial toxins comparaunder shell fire, carried out destruction ble to those of diphtheria and tetanus of material dumps at Chaulnes, fell bacilli, or to infection with specific Inback with British forces to Moreull, fection carried by the food article. The where the command! laid out trench best known exai.iple of the microbes Is the bacillus botullnus, lwork, then proceeded to Demuin and were assigned sector of defensive line, which has produced in the United which was constructed and manned by States 22 recorded cases of poisoning, them, thence moved to n position In of which 17 were In California, while the line near Varfusee-ubancourand Great Britain lias reported no case. extending to the north side of Bols de This type of poisoning Is rare, but Ine disease bacfection with Tolllauw. teria seems to occur In a great number commands started for this posi"The tion on March 27 and occupied It until of cases. The bacteria are either presApril 3, during this time the command- ent In the food Itself, or the food Is ing officer of a unit of United States contaminated from humnn sources. Infections hithThe chief engineers being in commund of the occupied by his troops. This erto traced to human contamination command was in more or less continu- are typhoid fever and the various ous action during its stny In this posi- paratyphoid Infections; but to these tion. On April 3 the command was or- must be added certain infections rarely transmitted by any food except dered to fall back to Abbeville. milk, such as diphtheria, scarlet fever, No Report on The "The casualties during the period, and streptococcus sore throat. March 21 to April 3, were: Officers type of Infection from food contamkilled, 2; wounded, 3; men killed, 20; inated at Its source Is exemplified in wounded, 52, 45 men reported missing, the diseases of certain food animals. but It Is believed by the British au- The chief Infections known to be due thorities that they were not all cap- to food Infected at lis source are those caused by the mainly tured, and that many of them were separated from their command und are group of paratyphoid enterltldls bacnow with other British organizations. teria, and those resulting from the use This report of casualties does not con- of Infected milk. The bacterial dissider one detachment of 57 men from eases of plants do not Infect man. which no report hus been received." GREAT WRITERS NEAR DUEL AMERICANS RAID HUN TRENCH Tolstoy and Turgenev In Fierce Dispute That Might Have Led to Dash Into Enemy's Territory on River Deadly Encounter. Meuse and Back Again Without Loss. Tolstoy and Turgenev, fnmous RusWith the American Army In France, sian novelists, were contemporaries and friends, but on one occasion they April 22. Thirty Amerlcnn infantrymen, with the same number of French had a serious falling out. As gathered troops, raided the Oermiin line on the from a recent biography, tills Is the right bank of the Meuse. Inflicting a story of their quarrel : The two novelists met at a friend's house. casualties on the enemy. Bomber of The Americans found the enemy Turgenev spoke enthusiastically gov trenches empty, but suw the bodies of his young (laughter's new Bugtlth she several (!ermans in the American wire, erness, mentioning that ragged required apparently members of a working the child to mend old. you clothes consider purty who had been caught in the to ifive to the I r. "Do that good?" demanded Tolstoy. "I cerbarrage. American tainly do," replied Turgenev; "H makes The enemy laid down a counter-barragsoon after the American barrage the charity workers realize everyday started, but all the Americans returned needs." "And I think that a girl With filthy, malodorous safely to their trenches. rags In her hands Is acting an Insincere "I ask farce," commented Tolstoy. you not to say that," exclaimed TurMAY DRAFT BRITISH WOMEN genev, hotly. "Why should I not suy Bir James Bull to Ask Conscription of what I am convinced Is true?" retorted Tolstoy. "If you say that again I will Spinsters Between Nineteen and box your eurs !" Turgenev cried, white Thirty Years of Age. with rage, and rushed from the room. 22. Sir April London, Willlum A duel wus narrowly averted. AfterrecJames Bull bus given notice that he ward these famous men became will submit to the house of commons onciled, and on his deuthbed Turgenev adu resolution to extend the military wrote an affecting note to Tolstoy, dressing him us "the great writer of aervlce act to ull unmarried women between the ages of nineteen and thirty our Uusslau land." Outlook. for work of national Importance. Sir William Is unionist member ol toxin-formin- g t food-bornsub-eectfood-borne Fifty-Sevemeat-borm1 corps: the commanding general Expresses Admiration. "'I desire to convey to you and rnnks under your orders my admira- "T have received the following from MAKES WASH DAY Coupons Redeemed only by The Golden Rule Store, Cloverport, Ky. Lend Him PLAY DAY ENOCH MORGAN'S SOAP CHIPS y s SONS CO. I For BO&DS LIBERTY Duy For There Is No SAPOLIO H PATRIOTISM ECONOMY "Actions speak louder than words - Act - Don't Talk - Buy Now argue that the letter as given out by the French government is a garbled version and assert that the true text "will never he published." Meanwhile the peremptory recall of Count Czernln from Ituchurost by Charles Is causing consternation both In Vienna and Iterlln. Tbe Neue Frele I'resse states that the telegram sent to Fmperor William Fm-per- Monopoly in the packing industry. Swift & Company, although the largest packer, handles not to exceed one eighth of the total meat production of the United States. The five large packers do not handle to exceed d of the total meat production of the United States. -- AUSTRIA SPURNED BY ALLIED MEET Hun Press Excuses Kaiser Karl on Ground of Youth and Inexperience. Fmperor Charles has suppressed "the most dangerous Intrigue ever conby HERRING SEES THE KAISER Chancellor Hurries to Great Headquarters for Conference Over Situation Created by the Revelations of M. Clemenceau. cocted." Hertling Hurries to Kaiser. Washington, April IB, Agitation In the German press over the publication by the Frenc h government of the Austrian emperor's letter recognizing the PrettCfl demand for Alsace Lorraine us Just, continued unabated.' A dispatch from France snys the Neue Undische I.nndos Zeitung. In announcing t'uit Chancellor von Hertllns left suddenly to Join the emperor fit one-thir- Paris, April 15 The letter written by Kmpcror Charles to I'liuee Sixtus de Bourbon, conceding tin' justice of the French claims to 'ami making a pica lor peace was im mediately upon its receipt, communicated to all of France's allies, says the Alsace-Lorraine great headquarters, reiterates that l'etlt I'urlsienc. It was unanimously decided, the l'e- ' tlt Parlsicuc adds, at an Interallied conference held shortly afterward, that there wus no occasion to act on the emperor's suggestion until It should be ratified from Iterlln. "Young and from Peace-Loving.- " Amsterdam, April Vienna to the 15. ran e young, referring to the disclosures made by 1'rcmler Clemenceau in respect to the Austrian emperor's peace proposals, says, assuming the existence of the emperor's letter, It wus written before the breakdown of Russia ut a time "when the war outlook was quite (llili rent from today, and when a A dispatch lit' inter Zci-tun- these conferences will revolve exclusively about the situation created by the revelations of M. Clemenceuu. The dispatch also stales that the organs of the military party are crying treason and demanding that Austria be placed under the tutelage of the The Neve Badlncbe German empire. Lnndes Zolttin'..' adds that the Cermaii ambassador at Vienna called on Tuesday at the to present a communication from his government. Czernln Still Denying. London, April 15- .- Count Czernln, foreign minister, the on Friday Issued a circular saying that be hail Interviewed Fmperor Charles ami was convinced that the untenant of the French government regarding lb letter written by Hm emperor was Bnll-I'latz Anslro-llungnriu- Swift & Company is not in combination with any other packer or packers to control prices. There is very active competition in the buying of and equally keen competition in the sale of dressed meats and live-stock by-produ- cts. year book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois 1918 untrue. FIRE ON DUTCH FOOD RIOTERS Troops Kill Woman in Haarlem order In Other Cities Bread Carts Pillaged. Amsterdam, April 15. Dis- H Swift & Company 1 peace loving monarch might take steps which today, under entirely altered conditions, might appear In another light." Czernin's Recall Alarms. Geneva, April 10. The existence of the peace yilea letter written by Emperor Chai es to his brother-ln-luMM Slxtus de Kourbou Is not contested by th I Vienna newspapers, which until Friday had been prohibited from publishing anything concerning It. U. S. A. Military forces called to protect bilkers' shops In Haarlem fired on it crowd which attacked them with stones, killing one The troops also charged several others. with drawn swords on crowds In different parts of the town uud uiuuy people were woman und wounding Try a News Want Ad. Now 41 the stune. Ume, however,, they Try Us For Job Printing , ... 'Jm jjjju . THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOH D. BABBAfii MBHBI Shelltfi Rimmed TT7T '' IninurnnnnT nnro ULUiiKrUnl uuca "OVER THE TOP" Idilnr and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. 1918 In Third Liberty Loan. $29,500 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 Cards of Thanks over a - BALOPTCO Subscribed by 72 Persons. L. H. & St. L. Gets $9,950 112 Subscribers. Cloverport bus '(MM "Over the Top" anil then feme in itsqnota for the Third Unless the city gets Litertv l.oan credit for the number of subscribers who took out bonds through the L. II & St. I. H, ft Company, there is some doubt as to whether it will receive mi Honor King as it takes 71jj per cent of the population and almost the required per centnge have taken bonds through the Railroad Company. The i ity's Vptota is Jfjj.oiO ami np to date Wednesday April 74, lf2fl,Jo0 had been subscribed by "2 persons through Ilrerkinridge-Ilanko- ' Cloverport the $U.H0 of this amount was secured by the woman's work of the Liberty Loan volunteers. 9.950 lias km subic ribed through the I.. II. &l St. L. R. R. by 112 of its Thus the city's entire employees. amount is fclg.JsO subscribed by 16O per cent persons whicluis more than As such a large per of the population. cent of the people are employees of the railroad it is thought perhaps the city will be given credit so as to secure the Honor Pi eg. The question will be decided at Washington. 7- ear: 99c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Uusiness Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. 5 lines Eyeglasses and Spectacles Good to look at as well as through for Ball's glasses combine style and distinction with perfect comfort. And Shelltex rims reduce lens breakage. charged for at the rate of 10c per line. in Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money Examine the label on your paper. NOTICE TO Si HM Kim if th BHICKKNRIDOI NEWI hand do not throw it away or destroy it. KS-V- aihance. If it is not correct please notify us. you have finished readinn your copy it to a friend who is not a subscriber; or IT IN OUR BANK WHILE YOU ARE ABLE TO WORK AND EARN MONEY WHY CAN'T YOU PUT SOME OF IT IN THE BANK? YOU CAN OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT WITH A LITTLE MON-- , EY AND YOU CAN ADD LITTLE SUMS THAT YOU ARE NOW FIDDLING AWAY, UNTIL SOME DAY YOU'LL FIND IT HAS GROWN INTO A BIG SUM. AND IT WILL WORK FOR YOU IN YOUR OLD AGE. COME TO OUR BANK. 5ome Put "THE 6ST YOU CAN GET KINO ARE THE ONLY SAFE KEMIHBER THE DAYS SUNDAY" ZmiSSss MONDAY ALL MEALS WHEATLLSS ONE MEAL WKEATIXSS ALL MEALS WEDNESDAY WHEAT! .ESS TO WEAR." THURSDW ONE MEAL VHLATLEW WWEATLEff ONE MEAL WiJXALLLW FRIDAY SAIUEDAY The Ball Optical Co. ROBT. J. TUESMf BALL 613 South Fourth Avenue Louisville. MKMS OP !W Kentucky N0 0 IMLISS SPICUClll THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. JWe I seen our great cities, someway, until From Private Moorman OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED saw them again, bearing in mjud the IF BROKEN ways ar.d I think he is both willing and DON'T up MATTER per set. Also cash He Written Belore to wrecked citie and ruined lands of our competent in every way. So far as We pay Hold, If dollars to Old diver ami broken Jewelry Sailed For France. Allies, I never fully appreciated the roads is concerned, those who d sire Cheek sent ly rtliirn mill Ooods held M days greatness of our country nor how will- and need them had as well "'loosen up" for sender's approval of our otter. Mazer's Tooth Specialty. Dept. A. 2007 S. 5tti St., DtM Mr Bltttffl Sjnilay, am in ing wp should be to throw our full and pioceed to construct pikes on main Philadelphia, Pa. Uarters and quarantined. Color Serj- might into this mightiest struggle highways. It takes state aid, county eant or. next bti r k to me. sort to hospi- Washington, though always most aid and private subscriptions combined. Report of the condition of tal th s morning as diptlieria suspect. beautiful, now seems additionally to he However, no considerable part of our The change from high altitude of the light and hope of the world, and road mileage can ever hope to he piked BRECKINRIDGE-BANOF K Arizjnia camp hen- has made many of most of the big things accomplished witho.it unreasonable taxation, poor the Uys sick, colds, etc Of course, internationally originate or are con. as our land is. A pike from Clover being on the train too, without usual summated in New York, adding to its port to Louisville would be worth T had a tendency to h. lp derange greatness by making it the real center much to us, as a beginner. Our county system. Think our depaitute will of the world financially and commer-no- t is unjustly advertised for bad roads on the account of Western Kentucky travel Doing business at the town of Cloverhe long delayed however, all de- - cially. Again, in going from port, County of Breckinridge, State of We get I few ington to Kentucky and by New Orleans to and from Louisville. So long as on developments Kentucky, at the close of business on war conditions demand farm products quaran- to the extreme south-wes- t hours leave occasionally, until and theo llth day of April. 1918. tine is li f ted. through the great farming west and as now, seems to me the stimulation of On Sunday before I left Douglas, I into Canada at Detroit and later back agriculture and stock raising is the RKSOUftCBS went up to Bllbce to gn through the into the states, I saw an expanse of thing for the people, rather than em $158,396 99 copper mines. Had permission but no fertile lands most wonderful, as well ploying the money and labor in pikes. Loans and Discounts . pass and. when got out of the auto, as great mineral o'l and other develop- However, I would be willing to add two Overdrafts, secured and un secured 299 l'9 mobile, a soldier accosted me and ments. The belt including Kansas dollars per acre again cost of our farms to get the pike on the other side With Stocks, Honds and other Sedemanded authority to be there. I did and Illinois is agriculturally wondercurities 99 487 (4 not know such was necessary, as I ful and wheat looks fine. Farms are the continued boosting of press and 100 93I 48 proceeded to explain, I turned around wonderfully improved improved and assistance of cur progressive citizens Due from Hanks If 888 anil saw "Kastus" Hatley by my side. all have good cattle in (he fields. I our county will be producing one third Cash on hand 1150 He vouched for me and then my enter could not help comparing the security more at the same cost under County Checks and other cash items. tainment began. I went down I7OO and general situation of the women and Agent and advanced methods in a very Hanking House, and l'ixtures 6 800 00 feet into one of the world's greatest of our country, under few years. I know my farm is in betcopper mines and saw it thoroughly. these conditions, with invaced lielgium ter bauds than my own, but I hope to Total 8I4 86 Came out about II P. M. Hatley or war torn France, yet we are lighting return, after having done my duty and LIABILITIES telephoned Otter Owen about midnight for the same principals. Our people aid in the effort for a greater BreckinCapital Stock paid in, in cash 30,000 00 ridge from the agricultural standpoint. and he came to the hotel. We talked certainly have no cause to complain, Surplus bund $ 6 000 00 Realizing that the letter is quite too it all over, there and at home, present It would have done your eyes and Undivided Profits, Jess exlong, with best wishes to yourself and and past Otter took me i20 mile ride aoul good to have seen the demonst penses and taxes paid 5 728 02 Very sincerely, mountians and to Douglass in one tionu yesterday in New York. Bands all, I am, Deposits subject of his cars and had lunch at his house, by the dozen, and everything else that H. DeH. Moorman to check $185,093 4 I purposely leave off date and locaHatley slept with me that night and shows the awakening of the people, Time Deposits I57 "63 42 both of these boys remember our peo They almost overfed us in the various tion, as we are not supposed to locate Cashier's checks pie most kindly. Hatlev has a fine cities we passed. Have to Io Detroit. Buffalo ourselves more definitely. outstanding 154,05 position and Otter is prosperous inland Rochester they gave each man a deal in generalities. H. DeH. M. 343 910 61 business for himself. very, very nice box of lunch. At many Reserve for taxes 176 23 ' In Douglas. Koy Simms, who used to other places th'-gave us smokes, Boys Pig Club to be travel for Deters Snoe Company, is candy and other things. Whistles blew Total 38.",8l4 86 doing nicely with I'nelps Dodge Cor-- j as we passed through the cities and It Organized Here. State of Kentucky poration, which is the biggest thing in all made us feel like our going was Set. County of Breckinridge He and his wife were at the .really appreciated. I dropped a note Arizonia. County Agent Harth will be at the train to see me off. Sergeant Galloway to Karl Thomas as we passed Bljom-IngtoWe, A. B. Skillman and Ray Lewis was also there. All there are well My Captain was in charge of schools in Cloverport Thursday after- Heyser, I'resident and Acting Cashier of and happy. Someway, they seem to the train and we got through without noon to complete the organization of a the above named Bank, do solemnly like Kentuckians out there. Young the slighest accideut or trouble. Boys' Pig Club. All boys between the swear that the above statement is true to I was glad Keith of Hardin and Hoherts jf (iraji-son- , to note the activity of the ages of 10 and ll whether attendants the best of our knowledge and belief. anil many other Kentuckians are county in connection with Karm DeA. B. Skillman, President at school or not are asked to attend in our Medical Department, which monstrator and good roads. The money Ray Lewis Heyser, Acting Cashier travels witn Headquarters Company Subscribed and sworn to before me paid this man is the best investment one of the meetings and hear the plan While I had bet in nearly tl rej the county has made to my kuowledoe. of the club work. The main features tins h.tb day of April, I9I8. of our states before and had He helped me cut last winter in many of the work are as follows: the bovs fourths Marion Weatherholt, will take either a pure bred gilt or a Notary Public, B. C. shoat and will feed them according to My Commission Expires Jan. 2, lo,32 the directions put out by the Dept of Correct Attest gricu ture. Records will be kept and S. P. Conrad W 1 lessons given out for study. A show Is R. L Oelze planned for this fall at which prize John A. Barry, will be given to the boys making the Directors highest grades to be determined by their practical work, record keeping and work on lessons. A certificate KAISER'S BIRTH CAUSED JOY signed by the Pres. f State University, liave a nice lot of Millinery Good on hand Dean of the College of Agriculture and Queen Victoria, Upon Receipt of Telefor every age and occasion. Hats gram Announcing Tiding, Could Director of the Extension Division will h)Yf decreased from $1.00 to tOt lower than they Not Maintain Usual Dignity. also be given the buys completing their I exer-ciseWash-pends I HARDINSBURQ, KY. Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods iwwfM iiii!iMuetijairgggr xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx WAN I tU Men and teams to work on if a iivpa $ jt Hardinsburg and Garfield Pike. Prices right Men Wanted at Once CALL OR WRITE 3 r 1 D. H. SMITH, Garfield, Ky. Thrift Is Now a National Slogan The American people arm They resent the waking up. charge that they are wasteful. 11 nj n. in millinery I MjoucBo megs were the first of the .season, so we are oliering these Hesides what we have on himd, at reduced prices. we have now styles coming in every week and if we havent what you want in stock, we will make a x'ciul order for you. Don't fail to come and look at our millinery goods when you do you will he ure to lake a new hat home with you. 1 Bank deposits all over the country are increasing by leaps and bounds. Are you a depositor T Shoes For Men and Women White Tennis Shoes, Low Cuts in Oxfords, all new goods. work properly A local bank has manifested interest in the club work aud will very probably liuance the pure bred part of the club. There is no expense In becoming member of the club. All that is expected of the boys is for them to follow instructions and to complete their work. The people of Cloverport should get behind this movement and do all they can to make this one of the best boys clubs in th state. All boys and parents interested in the organization of th club should be at one of the schools on Thursday afternoon. R. W. JONES, General Merchandise GLEN DEAN. KY. SATURDAY MEAL WHEATLESS MO hAb li J BUW M XTAJNINi MJUU i.A.1 BfttAMA-t- u an im WUXAT AnecdotoH about the royal family arc usually rather flat, but here le a foaal story of Queeu Victoria, relates a correspondent, the Ironic, aud terrible commentary ou which she nier-c- i fully did uot live to see: "The queeu, whom we had so lately parted from iu calm dlgulty, was Hying with the eagerness of a young girl, and so rapid was her movement, and so Joyous her expression, it wug plain that her sMlte had much y In keeping ttm with her speed. Catching sight of a friend in the distance, as she cume up the loug room, she suddenly wved aloft a telegram form that she waa holding In her hand, and called out la triumphant tones, unheeding the stocked expression of her attendants at such unconventionally: 'Lady Lolnl Lady Login I I am a grandmother I " Such was the welcome given to the English queeu'a first grandchild-Kai- ser Will, elm II. dllll-cult- If you are not, join the financial preparedness army. Manage to lay aside a certain amount of cash. We'll be glad to explain our banking system. 1 FARMERS BANK, aa Hardinsburg, Ky. Hay For Sale In car loads or small lots J. B. TAYLOR & SONS Lewisport, Ky. Brecken ridge News WBDNBSDAY, as sacondclss HIS "APFR l Announcement. APR. 24, Ky gnuri'.l t the I'ostOfflleeritCloTerport. matter. ADVERTISING represented for foreign BY THE rT"i 'i f . . IrMiLflMliEB Wanted Male Help (Age 16 Years or Over) For Appellate Judge. We are authorized to announc the name of J W. Henson as a candidate for the Democratic nominnlion for Appellate Judge froni the Second District, in the primary, August. 1118 We are autlmr'zed to announce Judge W. K Settle as a candidate for for Judge of the Court of Appeals fr.mi the Second iittict, subject to the August, illi, primary. UNCLE SM IS CUIUS TO YOU Help Win the War! The nnd AdiDiosotratton M isnoii tlie following order: is nil t GENERAL OFFICES tot BrvckinrkljFo opootf just ei-on, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IRANCHES in all the PRINCIPAL CITIF-I4TES F0 POLITICAL ! ANNOUNCEMENTS t J. SO For Precinct and city Offices $ 6.00 Offices For County f 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line Train Schedule on Wood Working Machine Men and Laborers for Box Factory Steady work. Good wages. . Excellent factory conditions. Half holiday Saturdays with pay. Apply at once, Superintendent Machine Nailers Hand Nailers Classified ADVERTISEMENTS RATE II Per Word Each lnertion 1 lttor poVMI nf wheat II nir per per month, lint enn Uc -- old wh'ch must include sulti-tOOBA family poM, M WW fttjllind OS tin M-u nd : :'. 0OU ;ret of 2 can tf't II pr.unds: I in a fiimilv s:ets pounds mid Ml on. Thi must lnt one month no more lo lie hough! till the expiration of the :?( dnvs. o -1 jMa you Afrttn when wain ulrtTliftemrn' ytw notlf) t hr WANTED You Are Thus Helping Win the War Keou-Intio- FOR SALE k k IM LK fOOtf HI WW The L, H. & St, L. R'y. 1918. 10:":. A. P. :.:( P. SrM P. : P. SriW larrej j Effective February 10, EAST BOl'Nn No. MS IH leave Clovi rport... Arrlvlmr Irvlrgton Arrlvlnir Louisville 144 will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Ir.lnirton Arriving Louisville No. MRwlllleaveCloveruort Arrlvlnir Irvlnnton Arriving Louisville No. 14S leaves Hendenon ArrUfS Owecsboro Arrives Shops WEST BOfND No. 141 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnir owcnsboro Arrlvlnir Henderson Arrlvlnir Evnnsvlllc Arrlvlnir St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnir Tlawesvllle ArrlvlnirOwt nsboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnir owensnoro Arrlvlnir Henderson Arriving Kvansvllle Arrlvlnir St. Louis No. 147 will leave Shops Arrlvlnir Owensnoro Arrlvlnir Henderson jlii i MENGEL BOX COMPANY M. M. M. M. UffctfOOt, KOB loCMcd, Clov.Tp.-rt- Hi If t wo ;i k ' Ky. n :it ma is, canopf Ion onrr. r. All F'our customers nre rofljuiltd to dun the CoitiflcatO, which we hoYO leadv fot i .sr; MLS I I:t A.M. r 12th and Ormaby "sssssssssssssssssssbsbisssssssbisibsss.s..i i LOUISVILLE, KY. on J HO. "pit mild rtwflMtiir. vni nily KofpflCt unci Irrns write or cull MnMiis!. Cli'Vcrpcrt, Ky. j$ Buy a Third Liberty Loan Bandm and all will he will. tch IMPORTANT LETTER KOH MALI Fnur-- n fcOCM l'wts, N CfBtl iMrs. Tuylnr Benrd, Haralnbtirir, Kv. FOR RENT Hilt RENT V'lir town, a fr scrs "' corn of lobucuo land wi it fair dsftj linn house "aim1 iherrmi. Wiihl mm vl'li :i trri'ii Apply m It H. Plirea Olovortjort. Ky. I, A. M ?S 10 57 CORN SAVE M. M. M. M. EXT f" J. C. NOLTE CLOVHRPORT, 6c KY. BRO. , my Of A. 13:00 P. 12::.S P. I :X1 P. 7.40 P. 0:40 P. 7:07. P. 10 WANTED MERCHANTS. From MISCELLEANOUS si M to OXVi fur I Hi M. Breckinridge Count) tm M. p. m. 11 37 12:47 A. M. :40 A. M. 2:07 A.M. 7 .SO A. M. 7:00 A. M. K:lii A. M. ... P.M. A.M. urn mi iiimmiiii miiiiiii" LOCAL ITEMS. mint mi mi mmiiii E 1 1 Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered lor Uur busy : Readers. Tiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiniii :::::: m i mlliiimliiiuimii i Kentucky's is May 5. Clean-up-day- Day will be s Cloverport's April 25, and 26 Mrs. Ruther Pate was in Louisville last Wednesday. Miss Martha Willis was in Louisville A Tusday shopping. Mrs. J. A. Sapp and children spent the week end in Owensboro Miss Iva Wine left last Monday for Dayton, O. , to spend the summer. Earl Sommers, Henderson was the Sunday guest of Miss Grace Pauley. Mrs. Clyde Morrison and Mrs. Wilbur Gregory spent Tuesday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Welch, Owensboro are guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Fields. Mrs. F. C. English and her daughter, Miss Lida Mae English were in Owensboro Monday. G. Owen Adkins, Orinoco, Ky., spent the week end the guest of Miss Heyser. Aubrey Moorman. Leitchfield was in this city Monday the guest of Miss Ruth Chambliss. Miss Frances Ireland, Skillman is the guest of heraunt, Mrs. Leon McGavock and Mr. McGavock. Mrs. James Sahlie was in Louisville Wednesday and Thursday the guest of Mrs. Walttr Graham. Mrs. Geo. Weatherholt returned from Louisville Monday alter a visit to her sister, Mrs Mary Ryan. Mis. O, B. Mattingty has returned home after a short stay with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Felia of Holt, Ky. Ray-Lewi- Markus Cjuinn, Camp Zachary Taylor is at home on a furlough to visit his parents who live near CloverportMr. and Mrs. B. T. Fields announce the arrival of a little girl April 16. She has been named Mary Isabell Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dejearnet were in Holt Saturday to see Mrs. Dejearnet's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Will Fumphrey. Wethington, Mr. and Mrs. Golan Cannelton spent the weeg end wiili Mrs. Wellington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E Wilson. Mrs. Albert Cockerill and her children have returned from Louisville where they were guests of Mrs. Cockerill's mother, Mrs. Faith. MINUTE because your Watch refuses to keep time. It needs attention. One Hive It fUpalrsd Now by GOLDEN and Mrs. Fi .ink BtOTflM and children from Oklahoma who are visiting in this city spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. esse Isom. Mrs. Chas. Lightfoot went to Mender-soTuesday for a several days visit with her brother, Mr. Jtff Hambleton and Mrs. Hambleton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Minnelt, Owens, boro were here Sunday and Monday visiting Mrs. MlOOOtl'l sisters, Mis. Henry May and Mrs. Gus May. Mr. Henry Jolly and son, Robett Jollv, Hariiinsburg were here Fiiday spending the day with Mr. Jolly's sister, Mrs. Frank I'ayne and Mr. Payne. Big shipmti.ts of Poultry and Rabbit Fence just received by Koidsville PlanWrite the:n for ing Mill Company. delivered prices. They ship promptly . Mrs. S E. Wilson, Robert Earl and Marion G Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flood and baby attended the Mission at St. Rotiaulds, Hardinsburg Saturday Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wilson, Earl, Marion G., and Paul B , Mrs. Wisen-ber- g and grandson spent Monday in Cannelton the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Golan Wethington. Mis. Author Daugherty and children, Robert Andrew and Laura Mae Daugh erty returned to their home at Dam 4.1 after a plesant visit to her mother, Mrs. Viola Jackson. Edward Couch who is an employee of the L. & N. under the late Harry Hills came with the family Monday to attend the funeral and was the gue.--t of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. N. Couch. Virgil A. Babbage, Wisconsin and Norman Gregory, Colorado were called home last week to answer in the next quota from Breckinridge county whirh leaves April 20, tor Camp Zachary Taj lor. Capt. Travers and Lieut. J. P E. Stites, Camp Zachary Tay lor were er. tertained at the homes of Mr and Mrs. David B Phelps and Mr. aud Mrs. Hugh N. Wood while in Cloverport last week L. V. Chapin returned from Sylvia, Kans, , Sunday after a ten days visit to his sister, Mrs A L. Howard and family and reports every thing looking fine and the best prospect ever for a bumper wheat crop. Louisville Miss Jan1 Hambletcn, accompaiued by ner mother, Mrs. Adele Hambleton left here Saturday for Maplewood, St. Louis, to visit Mrs. Hambleton's daughter, Mrs. Cliff and Mr. McClanahan. Mrs. Jno. C. Jarboe and daughters, Miss Irene Jarboe and Mrs Hurry New-soMiss Margaret and Newsoin returned Wednesday from St. Petersburg, Kla., where Mrs. Jarboe and Miss Jarboe have been spending the winter. THOMAS A. EDISON HAS HONORED US. Thomas A. Edison, the master inventor, through the Edison Laboratories, has granted us the privilege of an Edison dealership fur KoidsWe have be ville, Kv., and viciuity. come an outlet to tht public for one of the most wonderful atd successful products of the Kdlson Laboratories The NKW EDISON Phonograph. Write us ftu cacalogue and prices delivered FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Fordsville, Ky. Mr n n grand-daught- fail WILL PAY ::;: f old faisr rct'ilt tm matter if broken: send trii m at once and re relv,. remlti-inrly return Bail. Qrjeen Rlty Tbutb Co., 1713 Atlantic Ave.. Cincinnati, Ohio WE the County Food Administra tor of Breckinridge County. WANTT.il You lo make wr.i money by r rovr vn'uni rentinir that spare room lions. hv runnliiL' :i Want Ad. in THE 111:1. CK EN HI In; F NKWS Everylhing in Six pounds of whe.it flour per month per person is all that can be sold. A fam lv of four can only buy 21 lbs or a family of two can only buy i2 lbs. of , Hour per month No more Records Located permanently in Hardin-b.'rgare being watched for those that sell Occupying otlice recently acattd by or buy more than thisallowance. Keep Dr. Walker, a list of your customers with date and amounts of Hour sold and number in CD family and then you won't over We are watching for those that sell have lieen buying from more than one merchant Tell every Hour customer Insurance Office what is being expected of him. This is "our war" ,ind it must be and is going to be won. Each of us have a duty to perform and let us do it promptly Don't wait. Our Uncle Sam is reasonTorable, he is right and we must hack him up by meeting his various requests. The honor and safety of i.ur nation are Dr. J. C. OVERBY BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Wcathcrboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window ( UaH, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Rooting DENTIST L. C. TAUL AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky at stake. (Jet a supply of certilicates, like one attached, from any of the print shops of the county and use rn all future sale of flour where purchaser claims that he has a substitutes at home These certificates are to be used by all. No other will be honored, These are checked carefully and sent to our state office. Sot a supply now. Please continue your hearty cooperaSincerely yours, tion. K K Fire, Lightning nado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Cloverport, Kentucky Insurance. Old Reliable Companies PLENTY OF FUNDS The time will come, young man, for you to march up the aisle with the dearest irl in the world heside vou. When you marry though, you will want to have on hand i substantia hank account, for there is no affinity between love and poverty. Trent Henry Trent II. W. tP X Davis Compton. Federal Food Adm'r for Ureck. Co. Ky. Note If you have failed to get the above letter, it is because you have failed to register with county headquarters. Send in your name at once. These blanks are for sale at the Breckenridge News Oflice. Hardinsburg Livery I I Livery, Feed and Ky. 110001 We pay interest on your savings FIRST STATE BANK, w. J. PMOOCT. PfaaMaal J, M. USBMIXHI, Vlci I'rtsldrnt -- Weddings in Breckinridge. Knott-Biddl- Sale Stable I Hardinsburg, : Irvington, Ky. J. C. I'AVNK. Ciislitcr J. l). LYDDAH. Asm C;ikIii.t e .. 1 .t;- - i--f Raymond. Ky April 22 (Special) Sunday, April 22 at 10: o'clock, in the presence of a few friends, Miss Edith Knott and Mr. Orover Kiddle were united in tile Holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. H J. Illackburn, at the bride's home in this city. Miss Leo Cashman ami Mr Khoda Knott, a brother ol the bride, were the only aUemlants. The bride was very becomingly attired in white voile. , Barley-Hardest- Mrs. Stewart is a verv popular school teacher of the same place Hancock Clarion, I s i i : ; i 11 11 11 IT'S OUR WAR NOW LUMBER! Sash. Doors. Columns. Millwork. The Best Made, We Have It, T By Henry Russell Wray of the X Vigilantes. Do the work that la offered even If you think you lire lixed for a Uggor Job. WE AUK AT WAR. Loyalty In these days should consist of nets, not mere words. IT'S WAn. The only place for "croaker" now or tomorrow. Is his ground-hohole. NooodjF wants to see or hear him in the open, now or after the wnr. Show consideration for other worker, so as to make It easier for them to do their bit for Ol'K WAR. We are fighting for the lives nf our own anil lor those wlm In Justice and OOOMMJT, boUOVa It ! time the masked (ienmin thoroughly were OOfOOiioM fOOb 11 g Frymire, Ky April 2'i (Special). The marriage of Miss Myrtle Karley, of Payuesville, aud Mr James Oliver liar, desty took place at the huine of Rev, Doherty, of Payuesville, Tuesday morn faHJi April 16 Mr ami Mrs. Hardesty are with the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hardesty. They are prominent young people of Kreckinridge and Meade counties. Severs-Stewart Ready to Ship, Prices Right, Quality Right. Write for our close prices on anything that you may need in this line. Prompt estimates furnished, and quick shipments made. FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, Mr C. C Stewart ami Miss Hallie L Severs, of I'uion Star, Ky., cauie down on the train Tuesday morning, by Mrs. G. D l.awson, and were taken to the home of Mr Lawsou's sis ter, Miss Sallie Lawsou, and were quiet ly married, at 2 o'clock P. M. The Kev. K. H. Higgius, pastor of the M. li. church officiating After the ceremony the happy young couple left for Tell City, Ind., and other points in Southern Indiana on a bridal tour for a few days, after which tbey will return to their home iu Uniou Star and go to house keeping Mr Stewail is one of Kreckinridge county's most prosperous young farmers BOOMs-pauie- t ...1 Thos. Ode wait Railroad Watch Inspector WEATLESS vas oatrnuMiMu on SUNDAY msju. mo ISt eSLAMAfT Cloverport, Kj. Mail Order Kscelvs Prompt Attention aum nuau whkat hXM ever. IT'S WAR TO THE FIN ISH. courtesy should be Every shown bo the woman conductor. She Ik filling her position better probably (ban you could, and perhnptt the one she bus released, and the one you have sent over there are tight lug side by side. Soft words and aoft gloves are not known by Germans. aud Dumnlng bine truth knuckles they muy comprehend. ' urwl h..ti twill SWa. PLANING IiicurporaU'd MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE. KY. Manager Prompt nervioe is whut vou want in the collection of note and accounts. That's what you et in this oiiice. The same principle applies to writing dktods, OaOfOJPStTSO, conlracts, etc. LISTEN i V. Q. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky, BRITISH ADVANCE LINES BY BLOW AGA NST ENEMY Germans Are Forced From Positions on the Flanders Front. DEFEAT HUNS Cap-turned BREAKING THE CAMEL'S BACK The War Savings Stamp Will Prove Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock the Last Straw and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. E Directory ol THE . I ROSfNTSOS. HOWARD I. M. HOWARD FARM Prop. Prtiilitoi t SON. AT G1VENCHY Qlen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Have won MM Ribbons at State Fairs Past Five Years Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Dealer ,n Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. English Win All Objectives in Counter Attacks Hilt Foe at Robecq French Break Up Raiding Operation Near Amieni. Valley Home Stock Farm W. Thos. O'Donoghue ' Dealer in anil Itieeder of Po- J OWE! 4 SMS. fragility Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers In 1'nrK l April 22.-- - lntinrlii'il n nMtag operation it ir:i the r'ri'hi h Rbh In the region of termini trpi I Hardinsbiirg, Ky., Route Ky. 1 rt t l ll:m-(ran- ji Sntitt'nv. ivn n Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. land China lino and Plymouth Rock Chickens MMrtkMM - "f AnlMML fullure. the wnr olllce Tintwlny. French took PflMMfl In thi hml m tliin. Tin- ur- tlll'-rtin1 MtilV nl"!i hm southern buttle Hut' between I.iisstcny The fforl nnnnuiii'i'il 11 Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg. Ky., Route Tobacco MARRY K. RORIOR. urnl N'h.viiii. i ORCHARD G. P. HOME OP FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irvington, Ky. Own.. British Make Gains. London. Afjrn sX Tin- Mttak (Slued nil their 1AYSEY, Proprieior HRKCDER IrfHIIlMhtai tlii'ir oVfmata bert nr.'l tion". utJtttlWI In ! I" their com I'lnniliT". nilvninlna Otvvochj Md their hth posi- Farmer and Buyer of Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs, llardinjburjT.'Ky . Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder of Hereford and Jersey Cattle but. In Flandrr Mm Itrltlsh tJieteS' Ike drowns frinii mlv:inct4 position pnini'ii iiy tiii ni in Thursday's Rttnck In tin' region of OlvMMky nml IVstu- pnlei. NliK' DNWMm u'iiii". :i trench mortiir by the Britnml prtMMWn urn- - tnki-ish in n loorf aptnttuH wntii nf tin- Srnrpi' river, the WW OtSV iiiimitincc. Off r lull H I'nmiti'i'-iitiiii'wns n- A Route 2. Live Stock and Tobacco Webster, Ky. ( Plate hka In Louisvlllo Tlms) Park Place Mrs. H. J. Hamman Cloverport, Ky. This Space for Sale Clue Grar-- G. N. Lyddan Breeder of Parks' Strain - Farmer and Feeder Irvington. Ky. In sharp lighting southeast of Liberty Bonds and Thrift Stamps HM IIiHMi drove buck Oernuin Supplement Each Other BttSChlng parties. Reserves Menace Hindenburg. Active" lighting operations Njitc halt" No More Conflict in Two Campaigns fur Ike HBM hHn while each slilo Than Between Superdreadnoughts prepares f ir the onslaught, it Object of and Destroyers hi nut Improbable thai tha Hermans Both Is to Finance War. nirnln will attack, cither In flesftflj ir in VlrailMnvArtala, while araf every Louisville. Ky. BMtead of the Libmove ttii'v make hang tha menace if erty Loan ami the War Savthi- silled rcaarve amy nml ins movement conflicting they really natv. Supplement each other. Unfavorable weather has aettled The Liberty Loan campaign anil the down upon tin' northers battlefield, War SavinRs movement are no more but np to the present the Hermans rivals than the superdreailnouKhts and have uteetad mist and niln nml roM tli'' i!i stioyers of our navy are rivals. aarloda us appnrtsne for strikim.--. and The Liberty Loan and War Savings thi- lull in their attacks la iim- in ro Stamps are two forms of the same toaaea, financial BMbaMy to their appalling operation of the United which. In Ike Inst d'n dnys. have States Government. They were au-- ! mused Mch dapleHnns In tafsgnhNt thorized by the same vote of Congress tlons thai offi iislvi' tactics must wnlt and are intended to supplement each thi' arrlTal nf new trootpn, other. They are both of paramount TkC enemy Is moving lip fresh importance to the tlnancing of the war. troops and snpjiiii s along the Ljs riv- The Liberty Loan cariipaign is pri er, and tkcea ara heteg bomhardad marily to obtain the many billions of heavily by Ike British. dollars necessary toward paying the Germany probably still bus away expense! of war and lending to our reaerre divisions, and tbera is iittb' allies. doubt hiT na atari win use the hurt The peculiar significance of the iiivision in their attempta ta crash War Savings movement is to teach the eltker the British or the Preach. nation to save and to invest its savBritish Line Unbroken. ings in War Savings Stamps in order Thi' Itritish have borne Ike brunt of that the Government may not merely thi- present campaign, which win end get monev. but spend this money for its first month today, and their Una the support of the army. aemy has not is still anbrnken. Successive Liberty Loan Bunds will been abb' to pierce it ami roil up the be sold In campaigns at Intervals. The sioV. as be Intended. War Savings campaign will last Facing them laday on tka went era throughout the year no doubt until front, tka Oertnani lad Brltlak, the war is over. It alms to develop Yenek, American, Belgian, Porta-gaea- e habits of thrift that shall make the and Italian troops. Tbo number sales of stamps cumulative. And the Is hMfeaalng eonatantly, arkOa tka person of limited means who invests Qermana undoubtedly have geed up in a few War Savings Stamps does his thi'lr veteran dlvtalana In thi- - battlea hare as well as the wealthier man nf the last nmntli. who buys a quantity of Liberty Loan Tin' Qermana cannot hall now if bonds. Millions who could not afford tkey amubl attempt ta emah tka alllaa to invest In Liberty bonds w ill be able rkUa tkey Ikaaaaelvea yot kntm and glad to help by investing in War trengtk, FlaM hmrakal Main's Fnktaa Savings Stamps. The two campaigns tnetlea have ha eg mora than a gagtek are. In reality, but onethat of financfor tka strum:, beanVan mekaa of tka ing for victory. Qermana, in month of the heaviest W. 8. 8. lighting of thi' war. the Qermana have gained notblng, tka alHea raaaM gat SCHOOLS DO GOOD WORK afford to toae, At the name tbne, the Itriti-have lutteted haaaaa aaaea than Louisville, Ky., April 1, 1918. ooniiiii iisiirati' with tin- vakag of thi Mr. J. 1) Mantle, Secretary Jefferson paaMnna eac riftcaat County. War Savings Committee, In Position for Offensive. 611 Columbia Building. Louisville, In fact, the allies now ara in a hat Ky. let position for an overpowering nSen-si- My dear Mr. Mantle: than tin y were on March 21, I have the honor to report to you In Flanders and in Artois north of Arras, tin- opposing (rtiaaasn ara artlvi', that the War Savings Societies in thi' Qeraaans eapeelally so north of Louisville public schools number 63". We Marvllle, tka apeg of tka aortkara sa- - A lew are fat to be organized. have been in operation approximately lbnt. on the PI card hattleneld the !ir- - three weks, and during that time man artillery Bra has i g Hvaly be-- have sold Thrift Stamps anil Baby I beBonds amounting to $ll,!iJl.ta). Inaeu Ike Homme ami Montdldler. lieve that every school has done its (in tka rl trlii bank of the Mmiso. probably on the American sector south best, and that this work will coutlnu.i at high speed throughout the year. of Terdun, America and eneh The schools that have contributed Iroeps have carried out u small raid I&00.M or more are listed below into tka naggy trettekee kavaral iii Is High School $2,fi2S ware Inflict ih mm lbs QanaaH 81iy George Rogers Clark School Nursing Their Hurts. Germans KoreggJ School suu Army In IVanri-- , With Ike Itrlllsli 500 Troiibb' still Is hlSWlgg In George W. Morris School Arrll Longfellow School M'j tho aaatkaffg gaaa ami aanth or hih We Mvar lonuna. Tkara are I ndl rations are feel that special congratulations due to the Girls High School with in thi' Inttat rageag that anotlur gUgbty thrust for tka BiMiak supply It:: amount totaling MjtSB, anil to the Kugcrs Clark School which hnaa f Aaatena is hoUInc, The Oar leads the elementary chools of the miins gra gwtakal HaVtV liurts lii the city with a total of X830. It is true of l,a Itassii' cunul. In sharp local rnuat'i'ini iit at Mag that many of the smaller schools may tin Vinatri' fraaa tka dtreefjaai of Pa nag have done quite as well If we consider the average amount sold. For araod thf anamy ovarran tka HritiHh the months of April we shall have uUtpoata, Iml uas drlssg bark to tin computed the average amount sold on wi Mi, the nasi of the average number bein tka Arrai raglan there was gaaaa longing. This will make a fair comnrtiviiy. The British sdvaaead tiu-illm iMghtl on a 1..MHI uinl front oust parison between all si hools. Yours truly, of Bi'iiurains ami ivpulsoil a liiTliian O. L. RKID, couiiHTaiiack. Later, howavaTi the Superintendent. liritibh arUMran ta Iktrir uriuiuul llnaw Barred Plymouth Rocks Eggs For Hatching Day Old Chicks County Leads State in Thrift Stamp Drive tt nl Chairman S. E. Bedford Has Made Fine Record and People Have In Pleasing Come Forward and Commendable Way. county, Bourbon, holds the record so far in Kentucky, size, population and quota in the sale of Thrift considered, Stamps and War Savings Stamps. Chairman S. K. Bedford has reported to State Headquarters at Louisville that his organization has disposed of worth of Stamps. Its quota is 11149,240, and the Bourbon organization is planning to have all of this amount either sold outright or pledged before the Third Liberty Loan campaign is finished in. his section of Ken-- i tucky. The Paris Kentuckian-Citizen- , which Is actively with Mr. Bedford arid his organization in this great war activity, has the following articlo with reference to the campaign in Bourbon: "Fifty-ninBourbon county people have been enrolled In the one thou- sand dollar War Savings Stamp Club as a result of their subscribing for the maximum of stamps permitted by the L'nited States Government. "Other persons have liberally subscribed for War Savings Stamps in amounts from five to five hundred dol-- I lars each and as a result Chairman S. E. Bedford has disposed of more than one hundred thousand dollars' worth of War Savings Stamps through his working committees distributed In Bourbon county. "Bourbon county's allotment of War Savings Stamps Is $349,240, and our people must hurry themselves a bit and subscribe quickly for the stamps remaining unsold. "In the War Savings campaign Bour-bopeople, rich and otherwise, have come forward with their subscriptions to this gilt edge investment in a most pleasing and commendable way, for all of which County Chairman Bedford and the members of the precinct com mittees are highly appreciative. How-- j ever, the unsold War Savings Stamps must be sold before the next issue o Liberty Loan Bonds, which will be offered to the public In April. Get busy you patriotic and liberty-lovinpeople of Bourbon. Call on some member of the committee and buy liberally of the War Savings Stamps, the best and most desirable investment obtainable today. Do your duty now don't wait until members of the County Committee, all busy business men, look you up to beg you to do your patriotic duty." Ky. A e u g C High-Class V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. DEALER IN Paris, Bluegrass Horses, Horses. Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES This Space for Sale 1 1115 OJJdCC 1UI OdlC - eooB-af-off- V "CANNOT MATCH Stone- THE BIBLE" - - in Sacred Volume Have Never Been Equaled, a Yale Pro- fessor &ays. - ti The bulk of tlio people business men, lawyer?, doctors and others don't read the Bible, but writers universally MCOgBlat It as the greatest book, Prof. William Lyon I'helps of Yale university MM in a reeent address. "Being a serious book It Is weak In humor," Professor Phelps said. "But I think Job intended a grim Joke when he said : 'Would that mine adversary had written n book.' "No narrative writers can mateh the style of the Bible's Old Testament stories Hume, Gibbon, Hose they are all inferior. This is the day of the ehort-storwriter, Kipling, He Maupassant, O. Henry, but their best efforts fall short of the stories of the Bible. So It is with its poetry In the Psalms. Its wisdom of the Proverbs Is just as y HARTE storm, a tornado, an auto or ill health may cause you greater financial loss than a fire. You protect yourself against fire byja Hartford fire policy. Did you know that the same sound. reliable Company is ready to protect you against every form of financial loss that may come. Let us explain the Hartford idea of com plete prot.rt'on. AHAiL as the morning paper, and there Is no political economy equal to the Book of Gospels. "It Is impossible to overestimate the Bible's Influence on English literature. Bunyan wrote a great book because he was saturnted with the Bible, and It trickled out when he wrote. "Lincoln knew only two books the Bible and Shakespeare, and yet he was a splendidly educated man. To know the Bible Is to be educated. One of the finest metaphors in Kent's 'Ode to a Nightingale' Is taken directly from the Bible; 'Nearer, My God, to Thee' Is simply a paraphrase of the Bible." FIT TRIBUTE TO WASHINGTON Shaft at National Capital la One of the Most Remarkable Ever Built by Man. Represented by PAUL COMPTON, Hardinsburo;, Ky. b - List Your Farm and City Property with vr - a .... : r The foundation of the great shaft of the Washington monument Is 80 feet square and Is set In solid rock eight feet below the surface of the earth. The interior Is only 2. feet In diameter. while the exterior diameter is M feet. W. This shows the tremendous thickness of the walls, which are made of per HAVE A THRIFT POCKET fectly fitted stones. No wonder that this obelisk has been called "the best A thrift pocket is g character buildpiece of masonry In the world." er it tests your capacity to resis:. Many nations, as well as many cities You will llnd it as alluring as the and states, wished to contribute to this penny bank you once bad on the great cenotaph, and as the visitor enSelect the pocket any one ters the monument and takes his place will do and then select the coin. In the big elevator, he may see, as he Suppose youi; "thrift coin" la s nickel. slowly mounts, various lntcrcstrng Every nickel you get goes into thi atones from all parts of the world. He You can not borrow thrift pocket. may catch u glimpse of a stone from from the thrift pocket nor lend from "Bruddock's Held," one from the "batIt. Experience proves that It isn't tlefield of Long Island," one from the wise even to make change from it, library In Egypt, one and that It is a failure if you are not Alexandrian from the tomb of Napoleon at St. Helhonest, scrupulously honest, with i. ena, a mosaic block from the ruins of Every time It gets put It Carthage, luva from Vesuvius and into Thrift Stamps. Thrift Stamps stones from Jerusalem and Mecca, beare light. sides blocks contributed by 40 atate8, t W. g. g. 16 cities and towns and 44 societies. FROM HUUYAKD KIPLING. Ten foreign countries sent blocks of atone, sultubly Inscribed, to testify to "It ain't the Individual their regurd. Mary V. Worstell in St. Nor the army as a whole, Nicholas. But the everlastin' team-worOf every bloomln' souL" Try a "Want Ad. over-heav. k J. D. SEATON, Real Estate Dealer Farm and Citv Prooertv for Sale jj . m Have several cottages on the Hill and in the West End of the City. Two-stor- y residence in East End on High Street. American Theater on Main Street. Farm property from 50 to 300 acres prices right. Write, phone- or call on me personally. Sure to have something on my list to suit you. I rm S Cloverport, J. D. SEATON . Kentucky Long Live shielding It from the draft In the hollow of his great hand. Then he led the way to the top of the house. Here were three rooms. One, the best, w Herman Star's, voor 4 The King By- - thing at thnt. Next to It was old Ariel bert's. At the extreme end of the narrow corridor, In a passage almost blocked by obi furniture, was another room, a sort of attic, with a slanting roof. Making sure that old Adelbert did not hear them, they went back to this door, which the concierge unlocked. Inside the room was dark. The taper showed little. As their eyes became accustomed to MM darkness, the outlines of the attic stood revealed, a Junk room, piled high with old trunks, ami in one c orner a bed. Black Humbert, taper In hand, approached the bed. Herman remained nenr the door. Now, with the candle near, the bed revealed a man lying on it, and tied with knotted ropes; a young man, with sunken cheeks ami weary, desperate eyes. IScside him, on a chair, were the fragments ft I meal, n bit of broken bread, some cold soup, on which (MM bad formed a firm coating. Lying there, sleeping and waking and sleeping again, young Haeckel, one time of his majesty's secret service and student in the university, hail lost track of the days. He knew not how long be bad been a prisoner, except that It had been eternities. Twice a day, morning and evening, came bis Jailer and loosened his bonds, brougbl food, of a sort, and allowed him, not out of mercy, but because It wns the committee's pleasure that for a time he should live, to move about the room and bring blood again to bis numbed MARY ROBERTS RINEHART oprnM, Copyright, tan, Th Riamntr fnmpnr 11117, Mry RolM-rRinohart All Elgbu R4rwl CHAPTER VI. his great sheubfer ngnlnst ft. Instantly Haeckel overturned the candle and. picking up the chair, hurled It nt Herman Spier. He heard the clerk go down ns he lonpcd for the doot, Hcrmnn had not locked It. ne wns In the pnssnge before the concierge had stumbled pnt the bed. Haeckel ran as he hnd never run before. The Inst flight now. with the concierge well behind, nnd liberty two seconds nway. He filing himself ngalnst the doors to the street. V.ut they were fastened by a chnln. and the key wns not In the lock. He crumpled up In a heap ns the tuaulalfl fell on him with fists like finds. Some time later, old Adelbert heard a sound In the corridor, and peered out. Humbert, assisted by the lodger. I ! "Well, I wish I conl.1 have a dog!" The chancellor changed his tactics hy changing the subject. "I was this morning, as I crossed the park. If you would enjoy nn excursion mujna toon. OmiIiI It Miss Brulthvt alte?" "1 dnre say." snld Miss Rrnlthwalte dryly. "Although I MM say, If then-Ino Improvement In punctuation and capital letters " "What sort of excursion?" asked his royal highness, guardedly. He did not ?are for picture galleries. to see something A renl excursion, up the won-derln- g s xxxxxxxxxxx; FOR SALE! Livery Ham, 6 Horses, one Ford Automobile, one Surrey, Drummer WlgOH, 3 Busies, H double Sets Harness and two single Sets. Doing a good business. river." "To the fort? I do wnnt to see the new fort." As n matter of truth, the chancellor had not thought of the fort. But like many another before lilm. he necepted the suggestion nnd made It bis own. "To the fort, of course," said he. "And take luncheon along, and eat It there, nnd have Hedwlg and Nikky? And see the guns?" But this wns going too fast. Nlkky. of course, would go, and If the princess cared to. she too. Put luncheon! It wns necessary to remind the crown prince that the officers nt the fort would expect to have him Join their mess. There wns n short parley over this, nnd It wns finally settled that the officers should serve luncheon, but that there should be no speeches. "Then that's settled." he Said nt Inst. "I'm very happy. This morning I shall apologize to M. Puaux." Da ring, the remainder of the niorn-nlnthe crown prince made various excursions to the window to see If the weather was holding good. Also he asked, during his half hour's Intermission, for the great box of lead soldiers thnt was locked nway In the cabinet. "I shall pretend that the desk is a fort. Miss Braithwaite." he said. "Do you mind being the enemy, and pretending to be shot now and then?" But Miss Bralthwalta wns correcting pgperS, She was willing to be u passive enemy nnd be potted nt, but she drew the line nt falling over. Prince Ferdinand William Otto did not persist. Ha wns far too polite. P.ut he Wished in nil his soul that Nikky would come. Nikky. he felt, would die often and hard. Put Nikky did not come. Af twelve o'clock, Prince Ferdinand William Otto, clad In his riding garments of tweed knickers, puttees, and n belted jacket, stood by the school The room window nnd looked out. Inner windows of his suite faced the court yard, but the schoolroom opened over the place a bad arrangement surely, seeing what distractions to lessons may take place In n public square, what pigeons feeding in the sun, what bands with drums and drum majors, what children Hying kites. "I don't understand It,"' the crown prime said plaintively. "He is generally very punctual. Perhaps" But he loyally refused to finish the The "perhaps" wns n sentence. grievous thought, nothing less than that Nlkky and Iledwig were at that moment riding In the ring together, nnd had both forgotten him. Prince Ferdinand William otto consulted bis watch. It wns of gold, and on the inside was engraved: "To Ferdinand William otto from ills grandfather, on tin- - occasion of bis taking his first communion." "It's getting rather lute," he observed. Miss Bralthwalta looked troubled. has detained "No doubt something him," she said, with unusual gentleness. "You might work. at the frame for your Con sin Hedwif, Then, If Captain Larisch comes, you can still have a part of your lesson." Prince Ferdinand Wlllium Otto brightened. The Ijurnt wood photograph frame for Iledwig was his delight. Anil yesterday, as a punishment for the escapade of the day before, it had been put away with an alarming air of finality. The pyrogniphy outfit was produced, nnd for fifteen minutes Prince Ferdinand William Otto labored. Ills head on one side, bis royal tongue slightly protruded. But, above' the thin blue smoke of burning, bis face remained wistful. lie was afraid, terribly afraid, thnt he hud been forgotten g Reason for selling, want to change business. Morgan Bros., Stephensport, Ky. Two Prisoner. Herman Spier had iiiihIp his esrnpe with thp letter. lie run tlin njrh hy wnys of the old rlty, tinder arrhes Into nmrt yitnls, out nunln hy doorways set In the wnlls, twisted, doubled like n rabbit And nil this with no pursuit, snve the prleltlnR one of terror. But nt Inst he hnlted. looked nhont, pereelved that only his own C'lllty n erased him. nnd took oonselence hreath. He made his way to the house In the shadow of, the park until, nn letter now buttoned Inside his eoat, nd, Aniline the doors Closed, lurked n the shadow of the pnrk until nn I. ur Inter, Blaek Humbert himself tor-ttior. g :xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NOTICE FLOUR USERS MM 1'. S. Food Administration requital thai ever) miller of wheat Hour make one grade of floor, known as "100 Flour." ( )nr brand known as Snow Drift has always been our Hest Patent and each hag is so labelled, and we will continue to use this same bag with same label until our present supply of old hags is out and then they will he labeled "100$ Flour" hut under the same brand SN( )VY DRIFT. Wa are allowed to Continue the making of our fatuous brand of EX PR I WW SELF RisiNt;. RaapactfuJIj yours, Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co,, U. Hardinsburg, Ky, S. Food Administration License No. He eyed Ills rrenture with eoM "It Is u ninrvel," he sneered, "thnt surh fllirht as yours hns not brought the police In a pnck at your 1IiitYs. heels." The concierge untied him, and stood "I hnd the letter," Hennnn replied sulkily. "It was necessary to snve back. "Now," he said. It." But the boy he was no more lay "Ton were to see where NlbOfg took still. He made one effort to rise, and fell back. the substitute." "Cp with you !" said the concierge, But here Hennnn was the one to sneer. "Xlburc !" he snld. "You know and Jerked him to his feet. He caught vrell enounh that he will tnke no sub- the rail of the bed, or he would have stitute tonight or any night. Tou fallen. "Now stand like u num." He stood then, facing his captors strike hard, my friend." The concierge growled, nnd together without defiance. He had worn all they entered the house ncross the that out In the first dnys of his im- TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT SPENCERIAN SPEED BUILDING All young men and young women desirous of advancement should write for the Catalogue and Booklet of the (North of the Past Offlct) AND BUSINESS POSITIONS COMMERCIAL KENTUCKY SCHOOL LOUISVILLE. He Crumpled Up in a Heap. street. n In the nbsenee of Humbert, his niece, daughter of n milk seller near. ept the bureau. answered the bell, and fter nine o'clock, when the doors were of the house nnd gave them the tiny tapers with whleh to light themselves upstairs. She was sewing nnd singing softly when they entered. "All right, girl. You mny go," said admitted the various oeeupants Humbert. "Good night to you both," the girl enld, nnd gnve Herman Spier a nod. When she was gone, the concierge locked the door behind her. "And now," he said, "for a look at 1 the treasure." He rubbed his hnnds together as Hennnn produced the letter. Heads-close- , they examined It under the lump. Then they glanced nt each other. "A cipher," said the concierge shortly. "It tells nothing. "Code!" And struck the paper with a hairy fist. "Everything goes wrong. "A Cipher," Said the Concierge ly. "It Tells Nothing." Short- That blond devil interferes, and now this letter speaks but of blankets and loaves 1" The bell rang, and, taking care to thrust the letter out of sight, the concierge disappeared. Then ensued. In the hall, B short colloquy, followed by thumping on the staircase. The concierge returned. "Old Adelbert, from the opera," he said. "He has lost bis position, and would have spent the night airing his grievance. But I sent him off!" Now, as between the two. Black Humbert furnished evil nn:l strength, but It was the pallid clerk who furnished the cunning. And now ho made a suggestion. "It Is possible," he said, "that he upstairs could help." "Adelbert? Are you mad?" "The other. He knows codes. It was by means of one we caught him. I have heard that all these things have ana basis, and a simple one." Then he lie concierge considered. ruse. "It Is worth trying," he observed. He thrust the letter Into his pocket, and the two conspirators went out Into the gloomy hall. There, on a ledge, Spier, was carrying to the attic what "Well?" he snld at last. "I thought appeared to be an old mattress, rolled you've been here once tonight." up and covered with rags. In the "Bight, my cuckoo. But tonight I morning, outside the door, there was a Ho you double houor." darkish stain, however, which might But seeing that Haeckel wns sway- have ban blood. ing, he turned to Herman Spier, "(lo down," be said, "and bring up some At nine o'clock the next morning brandy. He can do nothing for us In the chancellor visited the crown prince. this state." Ha came without ceremony. Lately be He drank the brandy eagerly when bad been coming often. He liked to It came, and the concierge poured him come in quietly, and sit for nn hour a second quantity. What with weakIn the school room, saying nothing. ness and slow starvation, It did what Prince Ferdinand William Otto found no throat of personal danger would those occasions rather trying. have done. It broke down bis resist"I should think," he protested once He fought to his governess, "thut he would have ance. Not Immediately. hard, when the matter was first something else to do. He's the broached to him. But in the end he chancellor, Isn't he?" took the letter and, holding it close to The king hud passed a bad night, the candle, he examined it closely. and Haeckel was still missing. The His hands shook, his eyes burned. chancellor's heart was heuvy. The two1 terrorists watched him. The chancellor watched the crown Brandy or no brandy, however, he prince, as he sat at the high desk, It wus the hour had not lost his wits. He glanced up laboriously writing. suddenly. "Toll mo something about of English composition, and Prince this," he said.. "And what v 11 you do Ferdinand Wlllium Otto wus writing a theme. for me If I decode It?" "I've "About dogs," he explained. The concierge would promise anything, and did. Haeckel listened, and seen a great many, you know. I could knew the offer of liberty wns a He. do it better with a pencil. My pen But there wns something about the sticks In i in- paper." He wrote on, and Mettlich sat and story of the letter itself that bore the caught Miss Bralth-waite'- s H watched. ball marks of truth. glance, and he knew what was "You see," finished Hlack Humbert cunningly, "she this lady of the court in her mind. For nine years now bad Is plotting with some one, or so we come, once a year, the painful anniaspect. If it Is only a Unison !" versary of the di atb of the late crown prince and his young wife. For nine He sprend his bands. "If, as is possible, she betrays us to Karnla, that years had the city mourned, with Hags we should find out. It is not," he nt half must and the bronze statue of added, "among our plans that Ivnrniu the old queen draped in black. And for nine years had the day of grief should know too much of us." passed unnoticed by the lad on whom The brandy was still working, but kingdom. the spy's mind was clear. He asked bung tin- destinies of the Now they confronted a new sitfor a pencil, nnd set to work. After day but one was the all. If there was u spy of Karl's In the uation. The next older, pnlace, It were well to know It. He anniversary again. The boy was pos-j first, to find ami observant. It would uot be tried complicated methods him the from sible to conceal that the body of the letter, after all, of the procession lnarch- was simple enough. By reading every signified! lug through the streets with muffled tenth word, he got n consistent message, save that certain supplies, over drums. They could not continue to lie to which the concierge had railed, were the boy. Truthfulness hud been one regispecial code words for certain of the rules of his rigorous upbringments. These he could not decipher. age to re"Whoever was to receive this," he ing. And he was now of an sat and the chancellor said at last, "would have been In member. So fingered his heavy watch possession of complete data of the waited, and army, equipment and all, and the loca- chnln. Prince Ferdinand Wlllium Otto put Probably tion of various regiments. you and your baud of murderers have his attention to the theme, and finished he It. Then, flushed with Mthorahh that already." last read you The concierge nodded, no whit ruf- looked up. "Mny I demanded the the of fled. "And for whom was It Intended?" line of it?" he chancellor. fic"I cannot say. The address Is "I shall be honored, highness." Not titious, of course." say "liUh-- ! Black Humbert scowled. "Sol" he often did the chancellor Generally he said "Otto" or ness." said. "You tell us only a part !" "There Is nothing else to tell. Snve, "my child." Prince Ferdinand William Otto read as I have written here, the writer eyes, Inst ends: 'I must see you at once. Let me nloud, with dancing own his dog.'line:I u '"I should like to know where.' " wistfully, "that I The brandy wus getting In its work thought," he said He was feeling might ask my grandfather for one." not well by that time. "I see no reason why you should strong, his own iuan again, and reckhave a dog," the chancellor observed. less. But he was cunning, too. He "Not one to be kept at the stables," yawned. "And in return for all this, stay with me "I have done Otto explained. "One to what?" he demanded. all the lime. One to sleep on the foot you a service, friend The concierge stuffed letter and of the bed." But here the chancellor threw up "What translation Into his pocket. his hands. Instantly he visualized all would you have, short of liberty. dogs, from Hens to "Air, for one thing." He stood up the objections to And he put the difficulties and stretched again. God, how strong rabies. Into words. No mean speaker was the he felt! "If yqu would open that acso minded. He wus window for an hour the place chancellor when cursed a master of style, of arrangement, of reeks." He spoke at Humbert was In high good humor In ' logic and reasoning. end, rising and even, spite of his protests. In his pocket he length, few at theup and down the steps held the key to favor, aye, to a plan pacing a room. But when he had concluded, which he meant to lay before the comto speak, had fled in when the dog, so mittee of ten, a plan breath-takinyelping to the country of dead hopes. Its audacity and yet potential of sucPrince Ferdinand William Otto merely cess.. He went to the, window and put j ' ' ' g prisonment. I Startling News Is I Crowding the Telegraph Wires Every Day Undoubtedly We Hal?e Entered Upon the Most Momentous Months in the History of the Universe, The World Revolves Around Newsnaners If M V t M Wnnt thp Mewc anH All thu Me;c ..., , ,, . .. ' V kI While It Is Really News, You must Read Every Day. the Courier-Journi , - , , V, , I W V. al The Breckenrii.cre News has made a clubbing hv which arrangement with tlie C ourier-JournCourier-Journjgi people of this section may get the every day but Sunday by mail and he Brecken-ridNews both a full year for $6.00. The Daily Courier-Journalone costs subscribers $5.00 per year. al al 1 gt al is the most quoted newspaper in America. Its news and views are not excelled by any publication anywhere. IMace vour order through The Breckenridge News. Courier-Journal The again. "I hope Nlkky once. Is not 111," he said "He smokes a great many cigarettes. He says he knows they are bud for MM." "Certainly they are bad for him," said Miss Bralthwalta, "They contain nicotine, which Is a violent poison. A drop of nicotine on the tongue of a dog will kill It." The reference was unfortunate., Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridge News $1.00 1.50 $2.50 $3.00 .50 1.50 $5.00 (Continued next week). Chinese Queues Not Barred. Although the trallic In human hail-hanot been so brisk during the past few years as formerly on account of the veering of the fashions in hair-- I dressing toward tlie cxlroniost liuullO Ity, there are millions of pounds of human hair exported from China. One of tin- peculiar facts in connection with the trade is that oflen alter the Chinese send the hair to us ue treat it and dye it and send It hack to be made up for special use. This i MM)" ly true in regard to the Invisible hair nets which American and European women use to keep their own locks in order on u windy day. business bus become of The hair-ne- t great Importance to the province of Shantung, which now provides practic- ully the entire supply for the market. Thus tlie hair net woru by the veriest In America hus doubtless crossed the oceun three times. Popu- lar Science Monthly. e s Both 1 Year for $2.25 Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News All For Only $4.00 Send Your Suhscriptions to The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. gujricdand aaldj r Daybreak Fertilizer Wall Paper Square Deal Fence Index Fence Buttermilk Toilet Soap 5c per cake Economy Jar Caps BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN. K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS. Cashier E President- SECURITY-W- THE BANK OF SERVICE- - CONTENTMENT ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN Report of the condition of The aWMBj 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits JaVla1"JaVlri 25c per dozen at JaVBV FIRST STATE BANK McGlothlan & Son IRVING ON. KY. I xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: IRVINGTOiS Lonnie Keith, Klinibethtown was in town Monday. Mrs L II Moreineii and son, Albert Moreineii aimed kOM Tuesd.u having spent the winter months in l'lorida and Georgia Mrs Kennett is spfiuliiiK several ilays with Mrs. Virginia Calloway at l'ewee Valley. Mrs. K I'. Alexander and Miss M iry Alexander were in Louisville Tuesday. Rev. Pi Hi Ryan gave an address at a baurpiet ill Owensboro on Tuesday even-lain honor of the Men's Itihle Class of Settle Menorial church. Mrs G. T. Handy was called to Louis-vi,- le Thurs lay on account of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. O, T. McCoy. and Miss l.ouisc N. It. Netherton visited in Leitchtield last Netherton week. Mrs J. T Johnson Bad daughter, Miss I'rancis M c: lot ha n Johnson spent the week end with Mr and Mrs. T N Mc- OlathhM Mrs Charlie Fisher, Gle.i Dean was here Friday to see relatives C. H Proctor, Louisville was here Thursday ill interest of Louisville Cream ery A cream station has been opened here J. B. Hern Ion is In charge. Mr. and .Mrs. Fletcher Itlanford, have storeil their furniluie in town and with Mr. and Mis Clias. 11 a n ford for awhile Mrs T, N. McGlothlan left Tuesday for a week's stay with Mrs J. T. Johnson in Lotiisvill.'. Miss Bmnn Meadow, l'ranklyii Handlist urg anil Mrs Marion l'arrott, Lebanon spent Sunday with l)r ami Mrs. J. W. Meadow Miss Margaret Kan, Crest wood has been the guit of Mrs. 1. I! Ryan. Mr. an I Mrs. Morton IVuick will move to BaaTal i, Ky in Hie near future VG Handy and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Fred Itrile will leave this week for Camp Wadswort, S C. to spend several days with their so and btother. Ken Handy Mrs N. Lvdd.ill, Wehs'.er was in town Thursday Mrs. A T. Adkins spent Saturday in Louisville Mr and Mrs. I,. T. Kirtlcy wi move to I'ueblo, Colo May V Judge 8 B, Payne, Hardinsburg was the guest ol Mrs. A T Draaa Satardajr, In our pood road election Satuiday tt l.nored the tax Had 02 objected. H B, Hanlawajr, LouisYill was in town lridiy in interest of the .Standard Oil Co Captain K C. Triv.'is, Caiiad i and Lieut Slltes, 1'., due ill spoke at the Methodist i lunch Tuesday alternoon in interest of the Thud Lil erly Loan. A large and interested was audience present. Miss Ruth Hcnniiiger visited Miss Mary Smith at Owensboro last week. II V. Carter was in Louisville Saturday an was oinpa i ned home by his daughter, .Miss Lllen Carter who attend td school at Sai led Heart Academy. Mrs. i ii Ladlaai, Waaaiagtoa, D. C, arrived Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J I! Iliggs. The " Woiiianless Wedding" will be presented at the school building Tuesday tlialag April JB lor the benefit of the Red Cross. A uiusical will he given in BOaaaCtloa and lunch will be served come and do your bit. The young people's Mission. it. Society will meet with Miss Nora Itlythe Friday evening. Mis J. F. Vagel is spending several days Iwcn sbo: o Miss I laid wamer, Lliabithtow was at the l'rcsbytei iau thatch Tuesday alter noon and nave I me dclllon.sti.iUous in plain eaohiag N Gardner spi Sunday in Louisville. g , i , I ,11 l 111 11 11 1 Doing business the town of Irvington, County of Brachial hhja, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the I ltd nay of April I9IS 111 TUESDAY WHEATLESS tn no amaun cmlmxcm RXVf fa VTO CM OKI MIAL MLAKIACT CWTAJNINti WHXAT i BBSOUBCSS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un secured Stocks, Honds and other securities Due from Hanks Cash on band Hanking House, Fuiiiiture and Fixtures 177,72) 1 2 MJJ 54 i i i $ I Get Our Store goods. Fixed in vour mind when you want ood sroods, staple goods and prii othet tore is bettPr pi epared to furnish yon and supply all your wants. We save von monev and huy all vour produce at the top price. No "MM MBaaaWB MJaaaW 15 jOOOO 26 119 4a 2 87I1 O5 4 000 00 HARDINSBURG Hook lias returned from Louisville where she was the guest of her sister, Mrs Milton Hoard. John I'. Haswell, Louisville was til town last week on legal business. Mr. ami Mrs. I'aul Compton were in Louisville last week shopping. Miss Mabel Howard, Washington. I). C w as a visitor in tow Monday of last week Mrs. H. M. Heard has returned from Cloverport where she was the guest of hat sister, Mrs. F. L Lightfoot. Lieut Walter Meador, Camp Zachary Taylor was the guest last week of his brother, Supt J. kaleigh Meador and Mm, Meador Taylor Meador, Jr , Georgia was the guest last week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Meador. Mrs. Blla Mattingly. Post Mistress at Garfield, was in town Wednesday. Miss Tula C Daniel left Monday for a month's visit with her sister, Mrs Clara I.ly St. Louis. Miller Dellaven and Kly Da Tall have joined the Navy and will leave sometime this week. Rolrt Miller will carry the mail on Route no. 2 until an examination can be bold and .111 appointment be made to fill thvacancy nude by Miller Dellaveu. Mis Herbert Tower and baby hae re turned from Birds F.vc, lad where they were the guests of relatives. Mrs T. J. , 11 111 , Total .$27,219 O3 LIAI1IL1TIK5 Capital Stock paid in, in cash. J,",000.00 Surplus Fun.l 3 500 00 rndivided I'rofits. les ex penses and taxes paid Ill II Deposits subject Ia0 I2..00 to check S7 88 92 Time Deposits 1.07 i i 1 , SEE OUR LINE Dry (roods. Millinery Good. Shoes for Men and women, Suits for Men and Boys, Hos:erv, Notions. Underwear, Raincoats and lots of other things that make up your household wants. Our Grocery Department Is always right with the goods and the prices BUY A LIBERTY BOND AND HELP WIN THE WAR ms 52 03 Total State of Kentucky Itrec-inridg- e ..227,2l9 B. RICHARDSON, : r 5-)l:fifc Garfield, Ky. I Set I J County of We W. J. l'iggott and J C. I'ayne, President and Cashier of the above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the test of our knowledge and belief. W I PtgtOtt, President C. I'ayne, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this (th dav of April, I9I8. My Commission expires March 8, 19) S. J M Heruilon Notarv I'ublic J Your Leading Merchant FOODS TASTE BETTER COOKED TOBACCO TASTES BETTER TOASTED Since the day of the caveman, who liked his meat raw, civilization hss learned a lot about the scientific treatment of the things we eat. Naturally none of us would novr prefer to have our meat raw, our potatoes as they come from the ground, our coffee unroasted. And naturally follows the great discovery recently made by The American Tobacco Co. that tobacco tastes better TOASTED! This wonderful new idea simple like all great inventions was first used in producing the famous LUCKY STRIKE Cigarette made of toasted Burley tobacco. Burleyhas a mellow flavor, entirely different from the tobacco usually used for cigarettes. It is a pipe and LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes taste like a pipe. -,i'3flr!l i For the Siveet Girl Graduate 2i Therr SS5 jjy jvwj 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 Tin or, say a Silver Spoon any of these articles will make an ideal gift. And the Boy Graduate Is sure to be proud of a Gold Watch, Gold Cuff Links or Silver Military Hrushes. l'lace Vour Order Now With at Custer. D, 0. Doweli of spent the wtek end her the guests of relatives. J. L. Hatned. Louisville was the guest of Dr and Mrs E C. Harntd Mr. and Mrs Hard-insbu.- y Mrs. Alec McCellan, Owensboro is the guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Rhodes. Attorney Claude .Mercer has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Maaia Moorman has returned from Cloverport where she was the guest of relatives and friends for a week. Mrs. Will Withers, Kirk is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs J. L. Mattingly. David Davis has taken the position with the Milling Co made vacant by Fly Da rail. Twenty-twwhile boys and nine colored will leave this county the 29, lor the army. Leollobcn was in Louisville last week Miss F.imi.-Lons was the guest S itu day and Sunday of her arents at MctJ'iady. The following teachers will attend the K li. A. in ouisville this week 1'r f Mrs. Le'a J C Steele, I'rof. Galloway, Andiew Mrs McCubbiaa, DrUktll, Missis Wymin, Clara Fskridge, Katie Fskridge and Maud Smith MiaaBlhn Maadof b is returned from a shopping trip to Louisville Miss Ruth Chainbliss, Cloverport was the guest ol her mother last Saturday. , o I : Monday nibt Mr. and Mrs Jonas Algood and children, Bl Spring were guests cf relatives here the week end. Miss Nancv OUisscock was acconnp aired to Louisville by her little neice, Miss Louise Newton. , Miss Emma Caiman went to Nb raska last week where she met Mr. Braeat Paala aad aa married. and two Mr. and Mrs. Vick I'll Chlldefl and Mrs. Kthel .V.ooruian tlair.ed wcri' Let e Thursday shopping Jonas Gray and little Miss Mildred IJasham were guests the I4, of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Gray. Mrs. Minor Compton, II irdinsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. I B. Kichardson last week. visited her Mrs I," ...a Horsley grandchildren in Custer last week. Ira Doweli and Miss Bertha Nix T. C. LEWIS Your Home Jeweler Hardinsburg, Ky. iTurn Your Household 8 CREW ARE PRISONERS Four Commissioned Officers and 33 listed Men Soon to Land In U. S. En- i If H Into a Trench Waihlnilwij April IBw" FiaflkuDy crew will he an entire GanMfl held In the United Stntes ns prisoners of uiir. They will hind nt nn Amerl-Fa- i port In the very near future nnd detention onmp ns will be sent to prisoners of wnr. there to stny until the wnr ends. The crew Is flint from at 11 Every home that reduces its expenses forces H Berlin to produce another soldier. And the best way to reduce expenses is to buy from the store where you find the right prices. were married Sunaay. Mrs J. W, Marl is visiting her sod, Joe Marr, Louisville who is very ill. Mrs V. B Mattingly sold 5" hats ruptured by thi dethe Oaiaiaa stroyers Panning nnd Nicholson sever- 8 Saturday Li. WEDNESDAY AIX MEALS Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Horsley have moved to Louisvill. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Garner, Hardins burg were guests of Mr and Mrs. Andrew Squires the week end. Mr. and Mrs Hiram Djrbin received a letter from their son, Lonnie stating he was in Krauc. Mrs. Hasham and childrer, Kirws wood visited her mother, Mrs. Bill Csrman the week end al months agBi nnd which was sunk niter rupture by the officers opening the seacocks of the ernft. The personnel of the pnrty comprise four commissioned officers, one warrant officer nnd n:i enlisted men. BrywtBg these men to this country Is nccepted here ns httcatta thnt the policy of the United States will be to retain charge of all German prisoners of wnr. Wt VVllllUUL. HAVE everything you are obliged to have during war- times such as Dry Goods, Shoes for Men and Women Suits for Boys and Men, Hosiery, Notions and the thousand and one things housekeepers can't do FRIJDtAY WHEATLESS I'.TC NO UnXASh We Buy Produce and sell Staple and Fancy Groceries 11 I p rum m Hi,i it.. bulakiast 10005 WUAX 1 I WHEATLESS MO imum CBACaXU. lia OS ULAKJAfT IUUH CONTAIN I NO VMI i THURSDAY 'Ml I. B. RICHARDSON, Your Leading Merchant . I'M WHEATLESS Utt MO MIAL mo m. i ua. ,1 ( lOMTAINlNO vol A Race of Cripples. The military medical authorities luive examined our citizens by the i thousands. The results of this Garfield, Ky. GAKFIfcLD. 11. s. Kagllh Aid ht ptor ol Baptlal church for another year. Mrs. Vcs Oliver, Conttant iuc wa here Thursday shopping. Mr and Mr-- . I. 11. Kichardson were in Louisville last week Miss Lottie Macy is visiting her sister, Mrs. Carman, Honyville Rusael Hook and George Heard, Hardinsbuig were here Thursday. Miss Aim i Lyons, Ruff is visiting Ui-v- . nation Espionage Law. In mi uy Instances' writes Can't Lc?e Glasses. Military ayagtaraai is the contribution to the field cf wur Inventions by SeDr. Itobert J. James, al tie physician aurl surgeon. The outstanding feutures of the new eyeglasses, according to the Inventor, nre: They cannot be Jarred loose from I heir places even Under the most severe treatment, the tightening hold on the nose, which Is Injurious to one's heulth mid comfort, Is eliminated and gives way to three natu'ul points of suspension, und the glaskes may be removed well-know- n tin- MONDAY ALL Ml Al. VHEATEESS vm mo muAtt r M m UM UUJUUAtT uuiuju. IUUaf OUafTAIMIMO win ai Subscribe for The News her uncle, Ollie Lyons. Mrs Blla Mattingly was in Haid instiurg Wednesday. Mrs. H. W Meador and little son Harold Kraiikliu. Irvingtou were here Thursday euroute to their home after visiting Dr. and Mrs. J W. Meador The correct nnd olliciul title of the esplonagt nit Is "uu act to punish ucts of Intt'rlVrence with the foreign talatloaa, 'he neutrality and the foreign coiiinn'rce of the Uallcd States, to punish und better to enforce criminal 'nws of tin- United Slates, und for oilier purposes." It Miys: "Every letter, writing, clrculur, piisiui card, picture, priut, engruvlng, photograph, puuipliiet, aavfpapari book or other pubcutlou, mutter of any kind, containing any matter advocating or 'Irglng insurrection or forcible resistance to any law of the United States, Is hereby declared to be nonmailable," und nay person attempting to use the malls for the transmission of uuy of the prohibited mutter shall be Sued not more thuu $5,0U0 or Imprisoned not more than nve yenrs, or both. - Bonard ateetaddfa, in Phjratcal Culture, have bOM M follows : Out of every ( Ve exaniined, one Is COOaldarad sound. VTaa other four lire cripples. Some tnt of their Internal organism! la affWtaA The heart, stomach, lungs, kldneCN or some other vital organ or function Is orlppled. I'm- - larMMttaaf tha blind hsM baas laadlni the blind. The physical b (lv Is of no special laiportaaoa, The house in wnich we live mills no special nttenlioii. It "Just grows." Kl mutter how dirty It iiniy be. So h ng us the dirt does not show on the surface, there Is no occasion for coii plalnt or criticism. That has been our attitude. It Is about HTM for us to change. It Is about time for us to give the body Its proper appreciation. Leurn to resjiect It, to ravere It, to care for It us you would fur your most precious possession. Pure Johnson County White Seed Corn Carefully selected, nub-be- d, butted and shelled. Com has been tested and runs 90 per cent germination. Price $5 per bu.. f. with one hand. o.b. train The glasses hav two extensions at aJflaW side of the face slightly ubove the eye. The small plute ut the end of the extensions ho!ds the glasses firm and does not rest On uuy vltul nerve or blood vessel, us Is the cuse when the only point of suspension is ut the nose. JOE D. OWEN Highland Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky.