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Mil 8 Paes No. 44 -l. nor on HOC Condensed Statement of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Go. As TTie Loans and discounts Uonds Cash and dnc from batiks Banking (iovm and lot Other real estate I Farmers Hardinsburg, Ky. At Condensed Statement of reported to The Banking Commissioner. April 11. 1918 the close of business $M9,777.80 tt,TMMM April 11. 1918 Assets Loans and Discounts U. S. nt.d County Bonds Cash and due from Hanks Overdrafts Expense and Taxes paid lieal Kstate Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures Charged out of Profit and Loss Other Assets ."14. '.)' Liabilities :if 11,17? 84 IM.OM '24 9,112 58 7,528 24 3.366 60 Resources 10,000 00 58-2- Liabilities 85,180.98 7,875.00 MO.OO Capital Stock Surplus aud Undivided Profits Deposits 10,0m H . 9.') M Capital stock Surplus and Undivided profits DEP( SITS 85,000.00 4,108.75 2S0.2O0.lfl ther assets Total L579.8S $819,402.91 Total $318,402.01 Condensed Statement of 165 33 $692,542 19 M. B. KIXCHFLOK. $692,542 Cashier 19 THE FARMERS BANK. ky. Hardinsburg. At the close of Business, Dec. Si 39, sl'.l,7 16,180.00 79,561. 7,875.00 800.00 1 31, 1917 Trust Dspartment Assets Profit and Loss Expense War Stamps Keal Estate .' Resources $ Liabilities Liabilities 4133 599 05 471 52 Commission Account Deposits 1,140 09 345.734 00 Loans and discounts Bondl Cash and tine from hanks Banking house and lot ( Mher real estate ( Hher assets i 1 Capital Stock Surplus Other liabilities DEP SITS S 15,000.00 7,000.00 81.91 808,056.79 69,918 77 259,059 54 16,689 48 78.00 Invesments Cash Total $346,779 69 GEO. E. BESS, Mgr. Trust Department $230,118.08 Total $230,118.08 $346,779 69 Combined Assets Combined Deposits $1,039,321.88 $ 928,639.66 o that a comparison be made of the two statements shown above. It will be noticed thai there is a gain of $88,284.83 in four months, time. W e Contribute SUCh rapid growth to oUr careful and conservative banking facilities. fohn D. Shaw. Cashier. We respectively ak m TWENTY-TW- O 30C c 3on MRS. R. H. PENIGK REVIVAL SERVICES LARGELY ATTENDED $100 COMMUNITY m CALLED PASSED AWAY BONO FOR G. H. S. Twenty two bovs from Breckinridge county were called tor this quota and they left Hardinsburg Monday morning for Camp Zichary Ta lor. The bos were placed in charge of Virgil A. Babbage of this city. Those called were: Jess l)e Witt Norman S. Oregory' Virgil Curmap, John Horsley, Ernest McAommush Proctor French, Noah C. Burnett, Chis. A. Blair, Johnnie Brown, Roscoe Logsdon, Karl Curry, Casper Gregory, Francis Pile, Delbert Morgan, James Pate, Arthur Swart., Geo. L. Burch, John A. Egart, Wm. G. Vessels, Miller Nix, D. Allgood and V. A. Babbage. WILL WIN THE WAR Cottage Cheese Making to the Subscribed by Patriotic Citizens From Breckinridge County For Saturday Evening at the Home Entering Second Week of the Cloverport Women Last Friof Her Daughter in HardinsRev. and School Children. Meeting. Methodist the Draft of April 29. V. A. Lively R. Moss of day Afternoon. burg. Receipts Native of Greensburg Babbage Placed in Charge Fain's Sermons are Forceful After Hearing T. Solicitors Have Collected All Food Administration Lecture. Given Herewith. of Boys. 69 Years Old. Save $24. and Impressive. Good Music Says England Has 900 Food Has Added to the Services. Mrs. R. H. Penick who had been ill of stomach trouble tor the last two years passed away Stturdav evening at the In tpite of April showers and the co'd home of her daughter, Mrs. W. P weather which so often proves a barrier Romuie in Hardinsburg. The remains to the would be church goeis, the were taken to Custer for burial Monday attendance during the past week at the afternoon. Mrs. Peuick was 611 years old and. was Me'hodist revival services has been born and reared in Greensburg, Ky. unusaaliy large. In fact every eveLing For a number of years she with her save one the auditorium and BuBday husband lived on a farm near Custer. school room have been comfortably Mrs. Penick was a lovely christian tilled. character, she was a devoted mother The meeting which opened Sunday and wife and had many loyal fiiends. April II, will continue through this Besides her husband she leaves one week aud probably close Sunday unless daughter, Mrs. W. P. Roiunie and otherwise announced. On Tuesday three sons, Rev. R. O Peuick, pastor afternoon, Rev. Fain preached especialof the Hodgensville Methodist church, ly to the young people and children and Morion Penick of Hull. do and C. A. Thursday afternoon he will hold a Peuick of Custer. meeting for the older folks. Rev. Faiu is not an evangelist but a pastor of a mission church in Paducah, 1918-1Faculty He is a consecrated young minisKv Elected lor C. H. S. ter, possessing a personality that is pleasiug to his hearers and he preaches At a meeting of the board of trustees the gospel in such an impressive and held Saturday evening the following forceful manner that any one with an teachers were elected for the fall term open heart and mind could not help but of the Cloverport Public tchool. O. F. believe in the Creator nl His lov. Galloway, Hardinsburg Superintendent, Another feature which has added Miss Bond, Tennessee, first assistant, greatly to the meeting is the music. Miss Anna Gutherie, Henderson, Miss Mr. Reynolds ot Greenville who is the Miss song leader and well known throught Ruth Chambliss, Hardinsburg. Margaret Wroe, Miss Julia Wroe aud out Kentucky has organized a Junior Miss Tula Babbage elected for the choir for the time being aud with the graded school. assistauce of the Senior choir, the singOnly two changes were made in the ing nas been very much appieciated. new faculty and they were the SuperMr. Reynolds has u special musical intendent's anil third grade teachers number lor, each service. Miss Leuora places. McGavock who held the latter pi. ice did Ml apply this year us she expects to go to the State Maj. Board's Daughter Marries. Normal School in Howling Green during the summer and full terms. Former The weddiug of Miss Agnes Bourd Supt. li. K. McCoy goes to Smith's and Mr. John Lewi-- Dodd, Lieutenant, Grove, Ky. ;l.'16 Infantry at Camp Z.ichary Tavlot was solemnized Monday April at School Trustees to be Elected. high noon at the home of the bride'-parents, Maj. Milton Board M. R. C, A notice has been posted that there and Mrs. Board on Fourth Street The will be an election of school trustees only attendant was the best man, Mr. for the Cloverport district on the first Felix Penick and the Rev. Dr. Frank Saturday in May. Four trustees have M. Thomas performed the ceremony in to be elected this tear two new ones the presence of two families. and two :o till out unexpired terms. 9 . , Laws. One of tin-- most interesting and in. telligent war lectures that the people of Cloverport have been privileged to hear so far was the one dr vend last Wednesday afternoon at the American Theatre by Mr. T K. Moss of the V. S. Food Administration of Kentucky Mr. Moss being a mjst fluent speaker and well informed on the war situation In teoeral proved entertaiuing to hit audience, and there was one thing he left deeply impressed upon their minds and it was that "Food Will Win the War." Your million men, your Liberty tiunds, your Hed Cross Societies aud all else you may have will not win the war unless there is food enough," said he. "Our American soldiers and Allies must be fed." Mr. Moss compared the food situation in this country to that of the allies In Kngland, he said, "they have yOO food laws and if people do not obey these laws they are subject to a heavy line " lie told of one man who was fined because a few piecos of stale bread had been found in bis hog pen He urged that the women not to be just signers of the food pledge card but doers as well and he father stated that a record was kept of all those n ho failed to Co so, rigid Investigation wire going to be made very soon to Hud out why they did not sign them. While iu this city Mr. Moss was by Mist enter t.nned for luncheon Elizabeth Skillman who is the assistant County Chairman of the Kood Administration Bureau, at the home of her parents. Mr. aud Mrs. A. U Skillman. He left immediately after the speaking for Hardinsburg MOMM pained by the County Chairman, Hut-se- l t 'umptoii. Miss Nell Burke Volunteers as a Nurse. Miss Nell Burke, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of this city has enlisted as a Red Cross nurse in Unit 5!' commanded by Maj Irvin Abel and by the end of the summer months she may be in Prance administering to those who are giving their lives to save America. The picture of Miss Burke and seven other patriotic young woman who have joined this same Unit was m the Louu-vill- e They are to be Herald Sunday. graduated Saturday as nursts by the Nurses Training School, Board of Tufce colsis Hospital at Waverly Hills, Louisville. To Be Commissioned As Second Lieutenants. Nat K Shellman of Hardinsb' rg and Roy T McCov of Union Star were the two Brtckiuridge couutv b.ys of the,! seventy nine Kentuckians who were luccessful in the Third Officers Training Camp. They were graduated from the school o' infantry and will receive their commissions as second Lieuten-ant- s as soon as vacancies occur. A most patriotic and beneficial act which lias been done for the future wcllare ol the Cioveiport Public School is t he 1100 Community or Liberty Bond thai hoi been subscribed by the citizens and school children of cloverport. The lt)li plus the interest will be due the School in ten cars 0 be used v. here-ev- t r it is needed most. will truly be a Conimunilv H ind for it is safe to say that very few persuus have missed being eske.l for a .small donation by the lively and untiring solicitors, who were ippolnted by the local chairman of the Liberty Loan sales ilep.irtmeut. The lehool children have been especi ally interested iu the bond. Kach grade has donated so many dozen eggs which in turn sold to the merchants am! the cash applied to the bond. L'p ture. Miss Goldnamer gave two receipets to date the committee has collected for making cottage cheese aud sne 7i and the members are quite confistated that she preferred the junket dent that they will get the remaining method. The receipets are given !f'.'4 before the Third Liberty Loan Drive closes. below. The solicitors who deserve so much The Juuket tablets are now on sale credit are: Misses Mary Owen Oelze, at J. C. Nolte & Bro'l store. Ktlith It n r ii . C.race Pauley, Louise Cottage Cheese Junket Method. vVnitohoed, laity Keid, Loo. be Nichogal. clean skimmed sweet milk las, Lula Mae English, Mary Christina cup butter milk Hamman, Eleanor keid and Kva Jolly. tablet junket dissolved in I1, tsp cold water. lie, it 75 degrees by placing vess Monday, were brought here Tuesday morning and taken IB the Dukes cemecontaining milk in a pan of hot water. tery for buiial. over night at room Clover and let stand Mrs. Dunu had been sick for two temperature, The in xt morning strain off the whey. Place curd between weeks. She was the mother of Mrs Vertiou Milburu of this city. press boards remove aiUl '.. tSB salt. Miss Ltlllo Coldnamcr of Elizabeth-towand a represeuative of the Home Demonstration Club gave a demor.stra Hon on cottage cheese making to the women of Cloverport Friday afierucon at the Red I toss Hall. While she was making the cheese Miss l.oldn iiii r asked the women present to sign a pledge c ud saying tha. they would encourage the use aud production of cottage cheese more in the homes and on the farms. The names will be forwarded to Miss Dorothy Katlilt of Prineeton, rty., who has recently been appointed Kentucky's agent by the home demonstration Bureau of Animal Industry of the United States Department of Agricul n I ', Cooked Method gal clean separated milk 'ic butter milk to aid the souring Ileal to ? degrees allow to stand The over night at room temperature whey will not be separated from the curd. Place in hot water and allow to come to IIH) degrees stirring gently for ;0 mm. strain. I Rhode Island Reds FOR SALE 18 hens und one large vigorous cock; splendid winter layers mid of h dark red color. Remains Taken to Dukes for Burial. The remalrjs of Mrs. Klizabeth Dunn, age Hi) years who died In Henderson Mrs. H. J. Hamman, Subscribe For The News Try a "Want Ad.' Cloverport, Ky. HUNS ARE HELD AT ALL POINTS ANNIE Amarlcan LAURIE REAL PERSON flUrOIPAMQ WIN Girl of Bams "Ilk" Gives Facts of Origin of the Popular Scotch Song. the war cross heatrtv and cleverness, and was n social favorite in all tiie country round nhovt. co It was not Rl all mrprialng flint she (aptlvated n Mr. Dotifflas of England, a m: I of culture and of letters, who f ionium. OontlmlnR IhWr eomtcrnillnclu on composed the souk hearing her nnuic "Hut seeing that the course of true the front east of Amiens Mm niiio have gained further advantage In tin1 k.ve does not run smoothly, she married n Mr. flurgesson, leaving Mr. Banannt-Vlltr'i- a Rfelnnnranj wctor. Thi' OnrnMtiN made n heavy ntnu'k Douglas to his hunting and his verses. "To this day ninny pilgrims go to on tlif front south of Ypres. There Maxwelton, drawn thither by the much-lovewns ii Iohl' battle for VnonnMtfMt song, 'Annie Laurie.' Many also two mill's milli of Ypn-s- . wlilrli the tn kt 111; hundreds of visit f'ralgdorroch, where she spent her Hritlsh ritalwdi married life in comfort." prWoiiors. Tinfighting n HM Klnnder frnt north of HM l.vs whs very MIWVi TlM Majri mi hcM at all points, iii'.iw io.smi'n wtn inflicted on list - of the late .Tiulire IlhMle. for many years a circuit court justice In this snys a In the PittsVITAL LINE section, r.azette-Tlmes- . writer PETAIN REGAINS burgh The niildles were of l.nurle Ilk. as ImM folk say, ii nl they had emie to some conshler-gfelHundreds of German Are Captured pains to fi t the story of the sons by the British in Big Battle at straight, as there hail heen conshler-ahlTwo Miles Voormezeele, contention about It. Here It Is: South of Goal. "Jean MfMaM (the nnme later apalMd ttMdM)) was married to Sir Itohert London, April Lit. Tin' French have I.aurle. the first haronet of Maxwelton. recaptured ponltMM fiMi Lorra In Li fine of their (iauchters was Annie LauOvte. In HlldWI, west "f .Mount rie, celebrated In Scotch sons. "Annie Laurie was famed for her KmbbmI, it is immnd officially. g e Eleven Ambulance Men Cited tor and Foe Is Beaten Back Near Ypres: of the song bearing bar name ns title, was a Gallant Work in Great French Troops Retake . real person or mere fiction. Clash. A letter has come to hand thnt wns Positions. written hy Miss M. F.. Kiddle, ilnnirhtcr ever-popula- r ever-living than once MM the question as to whether Annie Laurie, the subject Mnr i Glean Up, Paint Up, Cheer Up Your Home We have everything you need from a carpet tack to a suit of Furniture for Spring Cleaning DUTY DONE UNDER HEAVY FIRE Germany to Publish the Nsmes of the 183 U. S. Prisoners Taken in the Battle of Seicheprey, in St. Mihlel Sector. Wc carry Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloth, Wall Paper and a lull line of Paints Make our Store Your Headquarters when You Come to Town ajmei d -- Paris. April "ft Woven Atnerl.an ambulance men have wen the war cross hy gallant services performed In the battle now In pjOglWgn, Lieut. Ralph Richmond, command-In- g Section M, with Sergt. Junius Ueebe, fl. L. Harris. Henry K. James, F. A. Llttletlebl and John J. l'rennii:. were cited In eulogistic terms for carrying aWUy wounded men from positions right up against the enemy's lines under the heaviest fire. NBl Charles A. Iteed of Henry W. Holtnan, Johnson N. Huns lierger, Jr.. and Hobart S. I'nryskl of Section DM, and Jesse M. Hazby of Section DM were cited in regimental orders for courage displayed on April ft. I J. 'HOLD, WE'LL WiN'-HAIG Bring Us Your Produce R. WILSON, Where Price and (Quality Meet Glen Dean, Ky. French Stop Attack. Paris. April 'JO. A OerMM attar'; near TnnMaan, on Mm frotit anvthenat of Ami. 'tis, wni broken nt night, the war nfjen MNMMcnn. ArtllMrjt fight-Incontinues on HM front between viiii'i . itri ioimi'iix and Hannnrd. Fighting If Desperate. r Fighting of tin- most ili'spi'i':ili' attends tlM CMfMM ntti'inpt to enlarge an the rapt nr. of Mont Kem-al- l on MM Handera front, na the l'rnneo-ltrili-troops strlvi- to Roll) the enemy in rheik. On HM vital aat tor of UM I'i'ardy front Mat of Amiens tka aHlod noMlera nave driven the ioniums from ajara of the amnrid tnejp gained earlier in the week. Tka full of Mont ICewiuel is a blow to I he e entity of the salient nliont Ypres, lint to gain :i complete victory there the Germans moat strike qntrkly. This they are trying to do, t strenti-onalwhile the allied troops r While Kemniel'i capture by tka enemy does not menn the hnnte dtata evacuation r Tprea, military oh servers siiy, it iloes menace the I'.rlt- ish positions there, and further retirement In the next few ilnys Is not unlikely. Southwest of Ypres the Germnna lire now on n line running from the northwest at Bnilleul through Loire to La Ctyte and mat ward to the cannL lield hfarahnl Hull admits :i retirement along the ennui and Berlin claims the occupntloo of St. Klol, two iiiel oik' Imlf miles smith of Tprea. Terrific Fight at Kemmel. KeOMBsri hill did not full without u atrnggM. and it remnlnn i monn inent to the bravery of i rreueh regiment, which was em off from the allied line, imi i'ii i out until surrounded on nil allien by the Oermana, The ultimate fUte of the rrelieli ilefenilers. fight- ing tremendous odds, is no) Known to troops at- the allies. Krauco-ltritl-tantpted Strang runnter-- a ttarka to the hill, but were driven bark by tiie Qermana. who are using nine divisions, lsumH ii, on :i front of nil.. in elghl miles. The Herman attach In the north, unless it enn gather much greater momem turn, iloes not yet threaten the Belgian line from Dtgnsanle to the sea. although it does aiTe.i the BrltltJi aboul Vpres. The enemy mWfcl iiilvnhee still farther be fare tin- Belgians will he to gtva up the hlatarlc line of tiie ITaer, which Ihey have held for so many mouths. Sueeesses were gained !y allied troops in n ronnter-- n I tack south of the on neus to Homme from VI Hers-Brsouth of Hnngnrd. German Officers Chagrined. With the British Army in Franco, April .i Among the prisoners rupwem tured nenr everal yOwBg otliei rs who gave thetf opinion of thlngi iii general with refreshing candor, They were chagrined at the Haseo which the Hermans bad lmiile of the VllleTS ItretollllellX Some ha. uiikiml things to say of the higher command. A largo part of tiieir trouble the laid to the fuel that the ISritlsh th af tho rillaga which held a hill gave iie dafenders full utiaervatlan on the OnMM for many miles. This hill, known M hill 101, lies elose to the front Hue ami eommaiiils a wide From It the I'.rit-isi- i sweep of country. gunner.- - have played hnvoc ith tiie Qatmna troopa and transports, Tinptnknsnaei saiii thnl for three days prior to the attael; they had virtually milling to eat been nee the food trains we:. smashed h hell tire ami kiteheiis which tried to cook what food there was on hand were continually being skUBsailshad, As n raauB iha luiil little love for their task When the lime ca I ue to attack. The (leniiuns were more or lesn buoyed up, however. h tile proinbe n grant things from HM tanks which had not yet lieen seen In action. A British officer, in talking with one of the young Qerasag naajtannuta. a ki.l lie- killer to explain why the termini siihnuirlnes liail sunk only one American transport. "That is what we would like to knew, tiie youngster replied. I'linr-nrteseri-ona Ypres-Comlne- a ! e cum-palleet -'VHIers-BretonneI Char-min-is WARY OLD BIRD IS TRUTH Fact Worth Remembering When One It Tempted to Criticise Errors Seen in Newspapers. "Where do you get the absurd facts you print?" Is a favorite query put to newspaper men. In the view of these cynics, newspapers spend most of their time misspelling names, incidents that never happened, and generally manhandling life as it Is led. There s just one answer to be mnde to the query above, nnd that Is: "Newspapers get such of their facts as are absurd from the nbsurd human beings who for one reason or a thousand refuse to relate facts accurately." newspapers, Newspapers, spend n very large part of their time correcting these misstatements, running them to their source, and getting at the truth. A certain proportion of error gets by not as great a proportion as can be heard in any village neighborhood gossip, for it is the con- ccrn of newspapers of honest ones, thnt Is to allow for errors nnd correct them, whereas It is the concern of those other purveyors of news, gossips, to create errors whenever they are more interesting than the truth. Tiie next time you find an error In your favorite newspaper, try an experiment. Try to capture one small fact yourself, in your own home town. You will quickly discover just how wary n bird the truth is and how very Unpopular, New York Tribune. truth-telling Japanese Arts and Letters. The Yamato association has been formed by distinguished Japanese for tiie purpose of making Nippon's achievements in arts and letters better known to the western world. Its promoters believe that Japanese civilization is not correctly understood by tlM vast majority of Occidental people. Her naval, military and scientific is recognized, but the West baa yet to comprehend the significance of her achievement! in the humanities. Magazine, commenting The Japan upon the new organisation, nays; "tinny foreigners are disposed to look upon Japan ns merely a military nation, wh. reas her most Important side is the genius of her unique civilization and character. If people could get a glimpse of the soul of Japan they would have quite a different opinion of her. This can best be had from Japanese art and literature, which in many ways are equal to those of the West. Slag those Occidentals who try to apcit-lae- preciate Japanese art prefer the least representative art of the nation. And as for Japanese literature, It Is practically unknown among western people." The association will publish works on Japanese history, literature and art nnd make translations into European languages of the best works of Japim-ra- a writers, ancient and modern; In addition Its endeavor will be to promote the Improvement af the national music and drama. Glass Industry in America. Glass was lust liianulactui'ed In America hy the people of Jumestowu, 'u., during the year 1(515. Couuueut-iu- g on this fact, .Joint .Smith lamented that "the lahor of the colony has hccii Mlartlrartnd iu the manainctnro of aslies, .soap, glass and tur, ill which tliey could liy no means compete with Sueileu or Itussia." The iiihaliitauls of Jamestown did not agree Willi this view, however, und sooti afterward commenced the erection of a glass w oiks, tiie completion of which was Interrupted hy the Indian massacre of hiJJ. The first glass factory iu North America to attempt tiie industry on an amhlflona scale was liuilt in 1TMI, ut Temple, N, H by Robert Hewes of Boston. Tiie workmen, :;j in number, were (ierman deserters from the British army. The cureleHKiieaa of a workman faulted the destruction of the a kIuhm plant by tire iu 1781. Iu fuctory wua established Iu Boston, und since that time the Industry haa Hour- Uheu. IN ' Berlin to Tell Names of the 183 Amsterdam. April IS). A Berlin dispatch says that tho names of the 1S.T British Chief Says Each One Must Ama Henna whom the Germans report Fight On to the End. they captured In the recent buttle of Seicheprey. ill the St. Mllliel sector, will he published In the Ongsjftg Pes Ardennes, a (ierman propaganda organ Army Told That Victory Will Belong published in French. This will be to the Side Which Holds Out done, the dispatch says, because the Longest. doubts have been expressed outside of Oermnny thnl prisoners in such numLondon, April lo. I'ield Marshal ber were taken. Sir Douglas llaig. in a special order England Would Greet U. S. Boys. London. April 'JO. For n long time nf the day addressed to "all ranks of " there lias been a feeling of regret the British : army iu France and says throughout Fngland that such Ameri"Three weeks ago today the enemy can troops as land on Hritlsh soil arrive without tiie r.ritish public being began his terrific attacks against us front. His objects are to permitted to give then any sort of M a welcome or friendly greeting. This separate us from the French, to take has bean largely due to the fact that the channel ports and to destroy the the American authorities would' not Hritlsh tinny. "In spite of throwing already 100 permit any advance information of divisions into the buttle and tndttf- times or places of landing. "Soldiers arriving after n long, hard Ing MM most reckless sacrifice of human life, lie has yet made little prog ocean voyage must have often felt there was something chilly about their ress toward his goals. "We owe this to the determined landing." said n prominent Hritlsh ofof our and lighting ficer to an Associated Press correspondent, "and we tire going to find troops. Words fall me to express the admiration which I feci for the splensome way to remedy this." did resistance offered hy all ranks of our nrmy under the most trying cirFRENCH MEATLESS AIDS U. S. cumstances. "Many among us now are tired. To Necessity of Feeding Part of Amerithose I would say that victory will Recan Army Cause of Rule belong to the side which holds out serves Dwindle. the longest. The French tinny Is moving rapidly and In great force to our rai ls, April 20. The Introduction of support. There is no other course a system of three meatless days a ppiin to us but to fight It out. weak is announced in an official note. It "Every position must be held to the Is explained that the gradually dwindlast man. There must he no retireling Panama of frozen meat, the ne- ment. With our backs to the wall cessity of feeding part of the Ameri- and believing in the Justice of our can army and occasionally of supplycause, each one of us must fight to ing the wants of other allies force the the end. government to draw more and more "The safety of our homes and the on Trench cattle stocks. freedom of mankind depend ullke I'nscrupulous intermediaries operat- upon the conduct of each one of us ing In local markets, the note snys, ut tills critical moment." have taken advantage of these circumstances to run up prices, with UM result that the raisers keep hack the hest Subscribe now for the News animals from the requisitioning offspeculators, some of These icers. How Tornado Originates. whom realize a profit of !KH) francs The tornado of the Western plains Is ($180) on one steer, according to the Identical in formation with the statement, will he prosecuted The sun beats fiercely on n limited area say ten square miles of barren prairie and as u result the uir next LUFBERY LEADS U. S. 'ACES' the earth becomes very hot, perhaps 120 degrees, and the mass Is constantBrings Down 18 Hun Planes; Thaw, ly lncreuslng In volume. Above the Baer and Baylies Five Each v.arm uir is a stratum perhaps 20 deOther Records. grees colder. By nnd by a passageway Is made, Paris, April at. The standing of the hot uir begins to ascend nnd the American aviators Imsed on the unm- cold upper uir, pressing downwurd, oor of adversaries shot down to date forces the lighter uir through a chanfollows nel thus formed. It begins to whirl, it Ma.. ltaoul I.ufhery, 1S; Muj. WilIncreases In velocity, a surfuce curliam Thaw, 5i Lieut. Frank Baer, B rent forces It along, und the tornudo Sergt. Itaylles, fi ; ('apt. f'harles Blddle, sturts on its destructive Journey. 'J, and Sergt. Vernon Kooth, Serg. AuThe terrific cyclone originates In gust (irehore. Second Lieut. Henry much the same way, only differing In ircndelass, Sergt. Thomas Hitchcock, extent. The most violent cyclones orLieut. Krlest Lanier, Sergt. David I'ut-na- iginate In tropical lutltudcs, in the AtSergt. YV. A. Wellman, Lieut. Allantic oceuu, to t)M north und east of lan Wlnslow anil Lieut. Douglas Camp-helWest Itidlun islands and in the I'uclfic, 1 each. In the ftllnn sen und In the neighborhood of the Philippine islands. 5,236 'OBJECTORS' IN BRITAIN The reason ihey are so destructive Is because they tire curried such greut Report Shows Total of the Refractory distances by extruueous influences. Cases Dealt With Since the War Began. Sheep Has Wooden Leg. Churles Kruuter, lilug near Bueyrus, London. April '".). A report on pun- O., hud u lamb get tangled up in u ishments Indicted on refractory con- feuce und Injure Its leg. The veterin-urscientious oliieetors iu Crent Britain told him the leg hud to come off. shows that ri.l'.'Mi such cases have been Kruuter did not want to lose the liiiuh, dealt with during the period of the so minus the leg he nursed it buck i war. Including l.nso cases of to health uud then lixed up a peg leg for refusal to obey orders. Sev-an- for It. two objectors have served sentenNow the lamb has grown to be a ces of two I ears' hard labor. sheep und still stumps urouud on the uooilcn leg. Occuslouully the wooden member becomes loose and fulls off, Escaping Convict Kills "Trusty." Mttle Rock, Ark.. April 21). Carl and the sheep then hobbles over to a Lewis and another convict, whoaa soft spot and wults until some one nnme the prison authorities would not comes uloug to fasten the leg on reveal, attempted to escape from the again. state convict farm and In an exchange The wooden leg doesn't Interfere of pistol shots with other convicts act- with the sheep growing wool, Mr. ing as guards Henry Palmer of Hope, Krauter uud wool la wool Ark., n prisoner serving two yenra Lewis will be for larceny, was killed. tried on a charge of first degree a News Want Ad. Now der. Klan-ders,e sund-Wbl: l, y court-martintf -- RED RAVEN Register No. 4281 Red Raven is 16 hands high, weighs 1100, is a beautiful bay with wide star and stripe with white hind feet. Will make the season of 1918 at J. D. Keys' barn l mile northwest of Lodiburg. Will serve mares for $10.00 to insure colt to live 7 days. $10.00 Premium for Best Colt. PEDIGREE: Red Raven was sired by Jordan Peacock, grandsire Peacock; sire's dam Lena Rivers by Cabell's Lexington; his dam Corrine Beard by Red Bird; 2nd dam Lena Beard. All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Season due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. JOHN KEYS, Lodiburg, Kry. D. Owner and Keeper r Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridge News $1.00 1.50 $2.50 Both 1 Year for $2.25 $3.00 .50 1.50 Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News $5.00 All For Only $4.00 Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. MONDAY AU.MEAJJ VHEATLESS Try WHEAT U. S. Must Cut Use iiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiffw ft Of Wheat by One-Ha- lf A Business Should be as Big as Its Job S r EEr E rvvvr HARTE -- I - 1 1 America Consumed 42,000,000 Bushels Monthly. From Now Until Harvest Must Use Only 21,000,000. E If bigness is of benefit to the public it should be commended. The size of a business depends upon the needs which that business is called upon to serve. A business should be as big as its job. You do not drive tacks with a pile- driver or piles with a Swift & Company's growth has been the natural and inevitable result of na- tional and international needs. Large-scaproduction and distribution are necessary to convert the live stock of the VWt into meat and and to distribute them over long distances to the consuming centers of the East and tack-hamme- r. RATION PER PERSON IS I POUNDS OF WHEAT PRODUCTS WEEKLY Military Necessity Calls for Greater Sacrifice Here Allied War Bread Must Be Maintained Our Soldiers and Sailors to Have Full Allowance. : E HAIL storm, a tornado, an auto smash-up- , or ill health may cause you greater financial loss than a fire. You protect yourself against fire by a Hartford fire policy. Did you know that the same sound. reliable Company is ready to protect you against every form cf financial loss that may come. Let us explain the Hartford idea of com- o!ete prottCtiMi J. A 3i 1 sVT-- W v le Represented by EE PAUL COMPTON, Hardinsburg, Ky. EE special cases, leaves for general consumption approximately iy pounds of wheat products weekly per person. The Food Administration's statement continues: Many of our consumers are dependent upon bakers' bread. Such bread must be durable and therefore, requires a larger proportion of wheat products than cereal breads baked in the household. Our army and o navy require a full allowance. The in our population can make greater sacrifices in the consumption of wheat products than can the poor. In addition, our population in the agricultural districts, where the other cereals are abundant, are more skilled in the preparation of breads from these other cereals than the crowded city and industrial populations. With improved transportation conditions we now have available a surplus of potatoes. We also have in the spring months a surplus of milk, and we have ample corn and oats for human consumption. The drain on rye and barley, as substitutes, has already greatly exhausted the supply of these grains. well-to-d- tion of wheat to maintain their war bread from now until the next harvest, and this is a military necessity, we must reduce our monthly consumption to 21,000,000 bushels a month, as against our normal consumption of about 42,000,000 bushels, or 60 per cent, of our normal consumption. This is the situation as set forth by the U. S. Food Administration at Washington. Reserving a margin for distribution to the army and for If we are to furnish the Allies with the necessary propor- abroad. EE EEE rr: E EE EE EE Only an organization like that of Swift & Company, with its many packing plants, hun- dreds of distributing houses, and thousands of refrigerator cars, would have been able to handle the varying seasonal supplies of live stock and meet the present war emergency by supplying, without interruption: S3 Be Sure of the Number Before Calling The telephone directory is issued at frequent intervals for the information and benefit of the telephone-usinpublic. g EE s EE EE EE EE zz p States. Third The retailers upon whom the American public depends for its daily supply of meat. First The U. S. soldiers and the Allies in Europe by shipping as much as 800 car-loads of meat products in a single week! Second The cantonments in the United Every effort accurate and is made to keep this list c c EE EE EE EE EE To effect the ueeded saving of wheat we are wholly dependent upon the voluntary assistance of the American people and we ask that the following rules shall be observed: 1. Householders to use not to exceed pounds per week of total of 1 wheat products per person. This means not more than 14 pounds of Victory bread containing the required f percentage of substitutes and pound of cooking Hour, macaroni, crackers, pastry, pies, cakes, wheat breakfast cereals, all combined. 2. Public eating places and clubs to observe two wheatless days per week, Monday and Wednesday, as at present. In addition thereto, not to serve to any one guest at any one meal an aggregate of breadstuffs. macaroni, crackers, pastry, pies, cakes, wheat one-hal- cent, of the average monthly amount purchased in the four months prior to March 1. 5. Manufacturers using wheat prodpurposes should ucts for cease such use entirely. 6. There Is no limit upon the ose of other cereals, flours, and meals, corn, barley, buckwheat, potuto flour, et non-foo- d But many people ask Do producers and consumers pay too much for the complex service rendered? Everyone, we believe, concedes the effi- ciency of the Swift t- - Company organization in performing a big job in a big way at a minimum of expense. Swift & Company's total profit in 1917 was less than 4 cents on each dollar of sa'es of Elimination of this meat and profit would have had practically no effect on live stock and meat prices. Do you believe that this service can be rendered for less by any other conceivable method of organization or operation? These questions and others are answered fully and frankly In the Swift & Company 1918 Year Book sent free on request. Address Swift & Company, U. S. Yards, Chicago It is expected will consult it before that telephone-user- s making calls. A call for an incorrect number causes delay and possible annoyance to a third party. up-to-dat- e. EE Avoid inconvenience to all concerned by looking up telephone numbers in the directory before calling. When you Telephone Smile EE EE cetera. Mnny thousand families throughout the land are now using no wheat products whatever, except a very small amount for cooking purposes, and nre doing so in perfect health and satisfaction. There is no reason why all of the American people who nre able to cook In their own households cannot subsist perfectly well with the use of less wheat products than one and one-hapounds a week, and we specially nsk the households In the country to follow this additional programme In order that we may provide the necessary marginal supplies for those parts of the community less able to adapt themselves to so large a proportion of substitutes. In order that we shall be able to make the wheat exports that are absolutely demanded of us to maintain the civil population and soldiers of tbe allies and our own army, we propose to supplement the voluntary of the public by a further limitation of distribution, and we shall place at once restrictions on distribution which will be adjusted from time to time to secure as nearly equitable distribution as possible. With the arrival of harvest we should be able to relax such restrictions. Until then we ask for the necessary patience, sacrifice of tbe distributing and lf well-to-do niMDmi a vn tfi muMr ILL,rnUlU fir) AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated C. H. HALL, Svift Payne. & Company, U.S. A. Manager, Cloverport, Ky. breakfast cereals, containing a total of more than two ounces of wheat flour. No wheat products to be served unless specially ordered. Public eating establishments not to buy more than six pounds of wheat products for each ninety meals served, thus conforming with the limitations requested of the householders. 8. Retailers to sell not more than of a barrel' of flour to any town customer at any one time and not more than of a barrel to any country customer at any one time, and In no case to sell wheat products without the sale of an equal weight of other cereals. 4. We ask the bakers and grocers to reduce the volume of Victory bread sold, by delivery of the three-quartpouna loaf where one pound was sold before, and corresponding proportions in other weights, We also ask bakers not to Increase the amount of their wheat flour purchases beyond 70 per trades. one-eighone-quart- iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiiiiii xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx BEWLEYVILLE The meeting of the Ladies here Thursday was well attended by both men and women and we enjoyed the talks made by Mrs. W. J. Piggott and Mrs. H U. McGlothan on Liberty Bonds also Dr. S. P. Harks speech on good roads. There was only ttOO sub scibed for Liberty Bonds at this meeting as nearly every one had subscribed before hand. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Comptoo, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Couipton and Mwt Teoa Jordan spent Monday iu Louisville shopping. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Foote, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson and little Winnona Wilson spent the week end in Brandenburg the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John spected citizen of this place died Wednesday and was buried the following day at the family buring ground at B. I1'. McCoy near here. Several from here attended the Memorial services of Lewis W. Herndon our first Hero at Irvington Sunday. Mr and Mrs. K P Hardaway were dinner guests of Mr. and .Vrs. G. N. L Oil. in Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Blanford and Kdwin Stewart Blanford were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hardaway Sunday. Mis. Ben. L. Stith of Los Angles, Calif., writes us that Mrs Ed. Koun-tain(nee Alberta Drury) and little daughter, Wanda Fountaine of San Francisco are her guests. Mrs. 7. T. Stith is in Louisville. e Bucher. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. John Meadow motored to Moravia Sunday afternoon in Mr. Wilson's new Dort machine to see Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson. auoc ai SBJISSM BSSSS onreuMUiu wtuwtx Mrs. Mel Bennett Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mose Bennett and Hev. S. G. Shelly and wife who srs visiting HARNED Mrs. Usnnett. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Compton and Dorothy, Col. Z T. Stllb motored to Hev. J. Galloway tilled Rev. Jobne. Brandenburg Sunday afternoon and ton's regular appointment at the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Methodist church Sunday TUESDAY Bucher. Miss Li una Meador of Klngswood Amos Slpes and Phil Cain two of our spent a few days of last week with her bustling farmers have bad lumber cousin. Miss Evelyn Bruington. sawed for a new house Miss Alma Carden of Basin Springs "Aunt Jans" Klgsby a highly re Is visiting her aunt, Mite Virginia Miss Ruth Galloway spent last week Miss Lillian M&v who has been visit- with her aunt, Mrs. S. S. Galloway C. H. Smiley Vanwert, Ohio, spent ing relatives in Olatin has returned home. the week end with his parents, Rev. Miss Elmina Lyons of McQuariy spent and Mrs. A A. Smiley. Mrs. L. H. Miles and baby spent the week end with Miss Bessie B. Weatherford. last week with her parents, Mr. and The Cumberland Presbyterian Mis- Mre. W. T. Driskell. sionary Society met Thursday afterRev. Allen assisted by Rev. Robert noon with Mrs. B. F. May. Johnston are conducting a revival at Mr. and Mrs. B B Moorman, Mrs. McDaolels Florence Pile and Mrs. Wilbur Pile News Subscribe for motored to Louisville Friday. Rev. Oi L. Bruington tilled his regular appointment at ICphesus Sunday afternoon. Rev. Bruington is an earn est worker for Christ and the comrnun The farmers are getting along nicely ity greatly appreciates his efforts for with their farm wotk. good Walter Brown and family of Olaton We are glad to say Kev. W.R.Oldhave moved here. Mr. Brown will ham :s rapidly recovering. have charge of the lilack smith hup. Mrs. James Holmes who has been in Bro. R. L. Oliver is ill. Louisville for some time has returned Mrs. J. T. Wooslev and sons motored home. Wednesday and were Red Cross circle here has at to Owensboro The accompanied heme by Mrs. Kate Esk present O5 members. ridge who will spend the summer with her son, W. R Eskridge. Mr. and Mrs N C. Fentress of Lone Star Vi nt Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lauk Fentress. Wheat Islookiug fiiie in this vicinity. Miss Alma Duncan who has been Mr. and Mr 3. L. D. Tucker, Mrs visiting relatives and friends here has Mary Frank and children were guests returned to her hoini- at Kuigswoud. of Mr. and Mis. B. B. Htnniuger Mr. and Mrs. Kd Robinson took their Suuday. little six year old son to Louisville Monday to see a specialist who proMrs. Forrest Galloway, S. J. and Uessie Galloway spent the nounced him sull'ering with tuberculosis of the bone. Dr. Phelps of Leitcbfield week end in Louisville. accompalned them. Mr. ar.d Mis Uordon Rhodes are the Owen Kentress and daughter, Mrs. happy parents of a girl baby who arMorgan went to Camp Taylor Tuesday rived April i3. to see Mr. Fentress' son, Aden who has Mesdames. Ivan Spencer, Paul But- been very sick in the Base Hospital ler, Henry and Sam llenmnger, Cole- sinco Janurary. man U.tlloway, Misses Mary and GerJess, the little son of W. R. Kskridge trude Butler, Hitllie Frank and Ruth ot brain the play given by died here Suuday April 21, Galloway attended fever. He hau been sick for three Hardinsburg High school Wednesday He was a bright little boy six week's. evening. years of age and loved by all of his Mrs. R M. Baahaui and children are playmates. The funeral services were tbe guests of her mother, Mrs. Belle conducted by Rev. J. D. Duncan at the Henninger last week. Christian church at Lone Star. He Mr. and Mre. C. B. Henninger spent was laid to rsst in cemetery by the aids Sunday with her parents at West of his mother who died March 6. Mr. View. Kskrldge ha tbe eympathy of ths Heury Milan, Louisville is the guest community In hie sad bereavement. of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Now is the time to Subscribe Milan. FOR SALE! t Livery Barn, 6 Horses, one Ford Automobile, one Surrey, Drummer Wagon, 3 Buggies, 8 double Sets Harness and two single Sets. Doing a good business. Reason for selling, want to change business. B The Falls of Rough x Morgan Bros., Stephensport, Ky. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NOTICE FLOUR USERS The I'. S. Food AdministratiorV requires that every miller of wheat Flour." Our. brand Hour make one grade of flour, known as "10() known as Snow Drift has always been our Hest Patent and each ban l!i labelled, and we will continue to use this same ban with same label until our present supply of old bags is out and then they will be labeled "100$ We are allowed Flour" but under the same brand SNOW DRIFT, to continue the making of our famous brand of EXTRA FANCY Respectfully yours, SELF RISINO. Roff -- Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co,, U. Hardinsburg, Ky. S. Food Administration License No. - Hen-oiug- er xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Daybreak Fertilizer Wall Paper Square Deal Fence Index Fence Buttermilk Toilet Soap 5c per cake Economy Jar Caps 25c per dozen McGlothlan & Son lRYlNOTON, KY. THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN I). R NEWS Thurtday. Miss Malissia M Shelman Is with Mrs VBIlA(ir. Fdilor and Publisher J Robertson. M Shelltei Rimmed ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. 1918 J Kohertson and Junlut Miller went to Louisville Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs H. L Br.iner. Mrs. II K. Krvmire and t.aby. AMI Hunter spent last week in Lonitvillc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. E mm I, S Urashear and his cousin Allene Brashear of Alta I.omas, "Texas spent the week end with their aunt, Mrs Adam Anspach and Mr. Anspach of Subscription price 1.M a vear: 5C for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. Rome, Ind. insertion. Business Locals lOr per line ami 5c for each additional Mm. R. Hruner and neicc. Mist Fannie Bruntr spent the week end at Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Came Zschary Taylor the guests of Obituaries charged for at the rate of ,5c per line, money in advance. C. Bruncr. Mrs. Ilruner's son, Corp Mr and Mrs. C. L. Dodson took dinlabel on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Examine the ner with Mrs Mary Dodson Sunday It being her son, Fred's 1'ith anniversary. you hae finished reading your copy SO H It) S1 HS RIM Dr. "'. L Milner and Mrs. Milner, of the BRICK ENRIDGl NtWI liano K to a friend who is not a subscriber; Mm Barall B, Richardson, t'nion Star, Mrs. do not throw it away or destroy it. Bruner, Miss Cassle Bruner, Mrs. Charles 0. Graham and daughter. Miss Beulah called on S. J. Brashear and family last Saturday. I EIGHT PAGES. Frymlre 1: V; : BALOPTCO ' Eyeglasses and Spectacles t CJood look at as well as 1 through for Hall's glasses combine style and distinction with perfect comfort. And Shelltex rims reduce lens breakage. "THE BEST YOU CAN GET ONtY SAFE KIND TO WEAR. - teW.ISj. PUT 1 .immiYrJim& or IT IN Some ARE THE OUR BANK WHILE YOU MRE 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 MONEY 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. ElflEflBHR THE DAYS WHEAIXESS AIX MEALS "WKEATLESS OKE MEAL WHEATLESS ONE Mr.AL THURSLW FRIDAY N ONE MEAL VHEAXLKS ONE MEAL WHEATLEB ONE MEAL HARDINSBURG Mr and Mrs. W, M. Hatelier and The Ball Optical Co. ROBT. ft BALL VHEAUESS WEDNBBff , ALL MEALS "VUEAUXSS laughter have gone to New Orleans for a month's visit lo his parents. MtM Katart JohntOfl spent Hie week nd in I.nuisville. 613 South Fourth Avtnut Louisville, MAMAS OA GIASESS HIM -: Kentucky EYf 4 War's cannot be fouflht without money, and upon the Treasury center! every financial demand upon the Nation. The rich of this country cannot alone meet the needs of the Nation; the men of the country cannot do it alone; the women of the country cannot do it alone; but all of us, the people of the United States, disregarding partizanship, forgetting selfish interests, thinking only of the supremacy of right and determining to vindicate the majesty of American Ideals and secure the safety of America and civilization, can do the great and splendid work which God has called upon us to do. W. G. McADOO, Secretary of the Treasury. EVERYONE MUST HELP. OF THE JUDGE PAYNE URGES THE parents. CITIZENS OF BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY IN THE Miss Kxie MOVEMENT GO TO SUNDAY-SCHOOin Kkron. L Snpt. J. Raleigh Meador and Mrs. Meador have returned from Louisville where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter I leiininger. Misses Allele ami Mary Pry mire have returned from Clienault where they pent their vacation with their parents. J, T. HobeD has returned from Louis ville where he went In purchase a stock of goot8 Bd Didoii has accepted a position in kron, Ohio. 11. M. Heard has returned from a busi ness trip to Louisville. arrived Virgil Roberts. Sommerset Friday to visit his brother, II. J Roberta, Mis Hettie Tile has returned from Custer where she was the guest of her Lewis spent the week end AND AIMLESS 0 SPECTACLES COME TO OUR BANK. THE of Louisville, died or apoplexy at hit farm near Addison, Kv., on Friday evening. A short funeral service was held Sunday afternoon by the Rev. W. L. Baker of this city and the interment followed in the family grave yard at Additon Mr. Burks was the son of the late John Burks and a brother of Mrs. Geo. (i Fetter, of Louisville and Mrs Wm. Barret of Owensboro who survive him with four children, W. Bowmer Burks, Huston, Texas, John Burks, Chattanooga Tenn , D. Stephens Burks and Miss Eleanor Burks of Louisville. BANK OF HARDINSBURG S TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets We Offer You Ovr $1,000,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx WANTED . Recognizing that the stiprenie need of our county ;it this that its citizens should have the highest type of Christime tian rharaCei and training, and that wc ought to put forth our hest moral and religious efforts in order to Stamp out evil and establish universal peace at home, with God as our guide. is one of the most powerful Whereas the Sunday-Schoin character building, and realizing that so large a numfactors ber of our people are missing the influence and training of this great institution, I heartily commend and endorse the action of Association in appointing May ". the Kentucky Sunday-Scho( in Kentucky. 1918, as a Therefore, I. S. B. Payne, County Judge of Breckinridge county, State of Kentucky, call upon all of our citizens to cooperate heartily in this movement, and request each person in on Mav 5, 1!I1S. the county to attend Sunday-Schoo- l ol ol Yours for success, S. B. Payne, I. B. C. C. This the Jtli day of April, 1918. P. H. Canary Graduates Alvin Minges and son, Irvin of near Harned attended church here Sunday From Bethany College and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, Lewis Algood. April Born to Mr. and Mrs. Anderson , xeroses at Bethany Col- Davison April i7, a sod this year lege will ht: helil on June instead (jf oil thej I3, as onyanalU Too Late to Classify Many cu the students intern) planned or munition factor to work on Mr John Burks ies thii mi n r.er and it is thought that Mrs. N tnnie Wills and Miss Oencv Dies of Apoplexy. the lengtbjMMd vacation will be of Wills, Louisville and Mr. Kay Loyd, Mr John Burks age 5.i and formely decided advantage to them. Dayton, O , arrived Tuesday to visit William K Harna of Millersburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sawyer. Oliic, will be Valedictorian and Miss Mrs. Klizibeth Keith returned to Sai ah Burton Mate II of llellaire, Ohio Eliiiiibcthtown last week for a viMt her w k be the Salutatorian of the graduason, Mr. Clarence Ksiili and Mis. ug class. Ten other seniors will give Bethany, Va., Nat Shellman, Camp Zachary Taylor was the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs O, D. Shellman. Miss I.innie Walls is visiting friends in Louisville. W. S. Hall and Paul ISasham have returned irom Louisville. Miss Nora Alice Rhodes has returned from McDaniels where she was the guest of her parents, Zeno Miller, Camp Zachary Taylor was the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Mike Miller. Miss pliza Taylor attended the K. K. A. and visited her sister, Miss Louise Taylor in Lexington. Miss Katie Jarboe of Kirk, has been the guest of relatives here. Sheriff J. B. Carman has returned from Louisville. T. C. Lewis attended the Jewelers meeting in Louisville last week. Miss Bessie Calloway has returned from Roff where she was the guest of her parents. Miss Nettie Davis spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Davis near Harried. MissLillie C.oldnamer, Klizabethtown demonstrated to the Red Cross Chapter Wednesday afternoon. Dud McCary has returned from Louisville. RAYMOND NEWS H. M. Claycomb. Leonard Cashman, Akron, Ohio came Sunday to spend the summer with his grandmother, Mrs. Leonard Herman Claycomb. I'avnesville soent Sunday here with his father, Men and teams to work on Cashman. quite Hardinsburg Pike. and Garfield $ 8 0 The singing given bv Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Hendry last Friday night was a success. Rev. Blackburn, Wolf Creek filled his regular appointment here Satur. day and Sunday. Arthur Chism, New Albany, Ind., came down Friday to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mre. Irvln Chism. Prices right Men Wanted at Once CALL OR WRITE Claycomb, Brandtnburg visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Roy D. H. SMITH, Garfield, Ky. ; In Memoriam. On April, 16, God gave to Mr. and Mrs. ADthony Ballman, a dear liu e baby boy who they named Aloytins And "Love the fairest of all gifts" was lavished upon this dear little babe by fond parents and delighted brothers and sisters. But alas! "God's ways are not our ways," and their joy was soon turned to sorrow, when on April 26 death claimed their precious babe. The little innocent soul went home to God and the body was laid away in the St. Rose cemetery on the following day. Oh, weep not for those, whom the veil of the tomb In life's happy morning hath hid from our eyes Kve sin threw a blight o'er the spirit's voung bloom Or earth had profaned what waa born for the skies. Careful Attention To Small Accounts Wm have uniform treatment for all depositor. The man with the email account receives a much consideration as the mast who carries a large balance. Only a banker knows how the small accounts increase. From an acorn the great oak grows. Give us a call and let us explain our account system. Courteous treatment to alt m They are: lix minute addresses rMlss Maurice Lappii., Bethany, W. Va. Miss Fairy Kehpeldt, Toledo, ObiO, Miss Virginia Dudley, Martinsville, Va.; Miss hazel Henry, Hudson, Ohio; Miss Helen Irving, llig Kun. Ha.; John Moore, Kasvigas, Atheus, QrfCtj Belleview, I'a ; J. Mitchell Heye, Louisa, Va ; K. H. Fenliorwood, W. Mansfield, Ohio and 1'. II Cauary, Stepbensport, Ky. Keilh. Tiios. V. Robeitson, (ilen Dean made a business trip to L'loverporl Mouilay. Mr. and Mrs anns Winched were in L'Hiisville Monday In see Mr. mother, Mrs. Wni. Wiuchell of 'fubius-por- t who was operated at St Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Z ek Hardin, Holt ipMl Sunday with Mis. Hardius broth er, Mr Leon McCavock aud Mis Me. Wine-hell'- Poultry Fence! 4 feet and 5 feet In different styles, ready to ship. Prices reasonable Special prices in j.nock. LOCUST HILL Mrs. "rank Ferry whs iu Owensboro, Monday. Uev. Phillips filled his regular appoint maul nt the Methodist church LRYMIRL Saturday and Sunday. Miss Allene Carman li ft last week Mrs. S J. Brashear who has been for Bowling lirceu where she will enter gcbcul. sick for the last three weeks is conMr. and Mrs. Jack Dyer and childreu valescent. Mr. and Mrs W. W. Larger anwere guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Are Bruner of near Garfield nounce the arrival of a y pouud boy April 12. Sunday. Koscoe Davis returned from Mrs. S. J. Brashear and family have purLouisville Monday where she spent a chased a new Howard piano, few days the guest of tier daughter, V. R. Dodson who has bean visiting Mrs Kobett McDonald his mother, Mrs. Mary Dodson went Misses Mable and Kdna Carman to Louisville last week. were the guests of Miss Dora Allen Misses Allene and Beetle Lee Suudayv called on Mist Beuiati Graham Bra-she- Pure Lead and House Paint bought before the advance. Write us for prices delivered. We have a good line of FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. Varnishes, Brushes, Etc. (Send cash with order) In car loads or small lots At FORDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. B. TAYLOR Manager Lewlsport, Ky. SONS .... t5h Breckenridge News. WBDNE8DAY, MAY Announcement. !, 191N K inured at the n s I'ontOflllcent Cloverport. flails matter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED .A . ADVERTISING BY FOR FOREIGN THE Wanted Male Help (Age 16 Years or Over) For Appellate Judge We are authorized to announce the name of J. W. Hensnn as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Ap pelhite Judge from the Second District, In the prjfn iry, August, 1018. We are authorized tn announce Judge V. K Settle a a candidate for for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Stoml District, subject to the August, iflS, primary. UNCLE SIM IS Millie 10 YOU Help Win the War! HBateVeVaiBBflBBRaW ' '''iVKfjBBHPHMlBVefjB GENERAL OFFICES Tli" Fond Administration NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIF' tATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEIWF.NTS 3. 50 For Precinct and city Offices $6.00 For County Offices f 15.00 For SUte and District Offices 10 for Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the inter-ea- t ol individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line 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 i.up(l tho following ordnr: 1 pounds of whi nl is nil r lint cntt bo xold 'r Brtekloridyt oonntj ." t just i S .1 ADVERTISEMENTS RATE 1c I V 1 Per Won! ach Insertion por pcraotl, per month, which inu' ir::linl substiB0 plan tutes as now rctpiirod on (ho A family of 2 can u I 12 pounds; ( ;lu jrc-- Is p.iunds; 4 in a family gttt 94 pounds mid M on. 'I'his must t one month no morn to bt bonght till the expiration of the N days. HrMtT lu-- Not k when yttn A1 vi rtiMT- Wmm tdVtftlWMtini notlfl tin- 'lisi ontlnui'd editor WANTED HMi writfhiriff 1 ttt rttK CeOTtfpOft, Ky. 1 - You Are then Thus Helping Win the War I Train Schedule on WANTED One-hal- l doam fryl.M cMefcSic Mr. ,1. I). Hali-M- The L, H. &St L. R'y. 1918. n in-;i All Flour customers ure rvqnlrtd tojlgn llie Knga- lation Certifies te), which we lme irady tor you Effective February 10, No. No. 142 MENGEL BOX COMPANY 12th and Ormsby LOUISVILLE, KY. Arriving Irlnirton Arrlvlnif Louisville No. 1411 will leave Tloveruort. Arriving Irvinirtnn Arriving Louisville No. 14" leaves Henderson ArrU'S Owenshoro Arrives Mhops No. 141 141 EAST BOUND will lenve Clover-pott...- . Arriving Irvlriifton Arrlvlnif Louisville will lea re Cloverport ... ANT B Hon fcltptr and Naft If man ..rc :t1. anl father age i I; living on a lartn. No aMictMIM to a widow with one or more children. Can liv in MM w ith M or will furnish hou'e near, with BMrd'-and plaee to raise chickens, if desired.- - Address C. (.'. Hamilton, Amnions, Ky. Hny a Third Liberty Loan Baud and nil will be w :. i2::i" a Mi A.M. r. m. tiM 7 WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving owenshoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis will leave Cloverport. No. Arriving Hawesvllle Arriving Owi nshoro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arrl vlngOwnshoro Arrlvlngllendersc.n Arriving KvansvlUe Arriving St. Louis No. 147 143 Arriving Owenshoro Arriving Henderson will leave Simps MIL VIN THE tMlllMlllllllllllllllltMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHltlHIIIIIIItlllllllHIIMIIlllllllllim FOOD Report of the condition of The Roy McCoy. Camp Zai harv Taylor is the guest of his brother, (i. R, Mc7:.V A M. l. M. Coy and Mrs. McCojT, for a short furFIRST STATE BANK :0O 1'. M. 1". M. lough. Miss Lclia Tucker is in Owenshoro Doing business in the town of Irvington, 10 57 A.M. County oi Breckinridge, State of KenHospital, having gone at the City nasi I'. M. tucky, at the ClOM Of business on the li:SS I' there Thursday to have her tonsils at r llth nay of April I9IS removed. ... :.4oi' t. '40 l Pauley was absent Miss Grace v. 7:r RESOURCES from her place in J. C. NoltC it liro's. ... s:07 P. 11 :c P. m. $177,724.02 store Saturday and Monday on ac- Loans and Discounts 13:47 A. M. Overdrafts, secured and un1:40 A. M. count of being ill. 2:07 A. M. I zliQ 54 secured Mrs. A. A. Simons left Wedncsdaj riM a.m. for Memphis, Tenn., to make an ex- Stocks, Uonds and other se7:00 A.M. .. 8:111 A. M. 15 200 00 curities M s. Edwin 9:2a A.M. tended visit to her uiece, 26 I ly 42 Due froai Hanks Bell and Mr. 2 87H O5 Write Fonlsville Planing Mill Co., Cash on hand. s wood silos. Banking House, Furniture for prices on 4 000 00 aud Fixtures They will be glad to give you full in ft:15 A M. ii:cw A. M 7. i. I'. IV M. pi, FOR SALE Shredder and Stct Kr Wood Saw. a ui'od tot.il'inatioti at a haruain Owenshoro ajrun .'I'xlo Hhni'tt Wairun U'ix!. Two Steel Harrows, two DtsC Harrows, one Mm Plow. DIM t'liltivnl'T. Yellow and White t'orn, two Mad team-- 1,irr horses and marvs.- - See S. S. Knlam! at Post Other. Tobimport, Ind., or write. POftiA&R- - Surrey twoteMa, CanopVtOD trood UN new; $4) If taken at once. C. K. Llffbtfoot, Cloverp rt Ky. on .Ino. H'h I FOR SAI.l II P fWi v fTai it it J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. located. Kor pr lea and KOH SAKK Splendid Kniden I. HaobMC c;iuerp"rt. ?f larai dwolllnir. renlrutly write or can Ky. KuR SAI.KMrs. Taylor Beard, .ooaa eirus. centl nrdlnini'tr. Kv. Evcpyttiing In FOR RENT '(iK e. BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceilinjr, Wnatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardwire, Window (iluss, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, (irease, Roofing RENT Jim. I. 1 room eottaga a BabbaaCt Cloverport, (til WANTED MISCELLEANOUS first-clas- LOCAL ITEMS, rimmiiiiMmimiimmiiiiiiimiimiimiiiiiiiiiimiiMiiimiiMMiiitmtii j E I 1 1 7i Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy : : : : : : : Readers. in it, i iiiiii iiiiumw Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer were in Louisville Monday Mrs. T. S. Nicholas spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville. Dr. Jesse Baucum made a business was m Louisville the first of the week. Mrs. Canary, Stephcnsport, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Canary. Hardinsburg, VV. Waggoner, J. route 2, was here Saturday on busi ness. Mrs. O. B. Mattingly has returned from Holt where she visited relatives. Mr. Jesse Owen, Louisville, spent with his mother, Mrs. the week-en- d J. T. Owen. Mrs. Arthur Davis, Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. iwiss ticona ncncrauii Hiram Moorman. Mrs. A. Sutton and daughter, Miss Margaret Sutton, spent Saturday and Sunday in Henderson. Mr. James Coombs has rented the property of Frank Storms, which has been newly repaired Eldred A. Habbage is ill of tonsi-liti- s at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Babbage. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hudson, Louisville, and Mr. John Sawyer, Irvington spent Sunday in this city. The Junior Red Cross Society met Saturday afternoon and 18 new members were added to the roll. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Moorman and children have moved into the Weth-ingto- n property on the hill. Misses Eva and Eliza May were in Louisville Thursday evening to hear Galli-Curat Macauley's theatre of Camp Corp. Sterrett Taylor, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ashby. Mr. E. G. Bannon, Eddyville, was guest of his daughter, the week-en- d Mrs. J. J. Sawyer and Mr. Sawyer. d Miss Mary Louise Geary and Geary, Louisville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bohler, Sunday. ci San-for- formation promptly. Mr. and Mrs. FVank Storms, with their children have gone to Fordsville for a visit before returning to their home in Oklahoma. Mrs. Viola Jackson has gone to the Government dam Station 4,3. to spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. Dau- gherty and Mr. Daugherty. Mr. Chas. Harnby was here Saturday to return Tuesday with Mrs. Ilamby to Mt. Carmel, III., where they will reside in the future. Frank B. White. Clifton Forge, Ya. arrived last week for a visit to his family Mrs. White and two children, F'rances and Henry Richard. Miss Jane Lightfoot, of this city, and her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Beard, of Hardinsburg, were in Louisville Friday and Saturday, shopping. Mrs. Larkin Gibson has returned from a visit in Louisville and at Prospect, Ky., where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson. Mrs. Wm. Hoffius gave a farewell party Thursday evening in honor of Casper and Norman Gregory who were called in the draft of April Jp, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hall who moved here recently from Addison, were in Addison Sunday, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. Black. left Sunday A. Babbage Virgil Hardinsburg to go for afternoon with Breckinridge county's quota of 22 boys who went to Camp Zachary Taylor Monday Mrs. Harry Hills and children, Miss Julia and Mary D. Hills, Harry, Lauern and Walter Hills, returned to their home in Ravenna, Ky., after being here a few days wi'li Mrs. Hills' mother, Mrs. Mary Oelze. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bailes and their daughters, Misses Nell Louise Aliene and Marona Bailes will move May 1st in Mr. R. I.. Oclze's property on railroad street in the West-enMr. Oelze and his family are living in the home of his mother, the late d Capita) Surplus Fund. Undivided Profits, las ex- penses ami taxes paid Deposits subject ...BlaQ ltff.QQ to cheek H7 SjS 92 Time Deposits Total 227 2I9O3 LIABILITIES WANTKO Vou to make extra money by room or roar raeam Stock paid in, ill cash. $ 15 000.00 rentinir that ipare Want Ad. in THK HKK hous' by rnnDlnvH 3 5OO uo &.ai n.N WE WILL PAY Iron of old tofalse for !i fun sets 'it no Enaiatr if brokam send tbeai at once and re eetve rendtt'inee ly return niall.-tue- en Oltj Tooth Co . IT13 ACantle Ave., Cineln-nat- l, Ohio. AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Qtiek Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOlT. General CKENUIIM1K NKWS. II Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST , 2O7 9H5 92 Located permanently in Hardinsb-.TKoccupying office recently vacated by Contractor Total State of Kentucky ) ..$227,219 03 Hr. Walker. Cloverport, Kentucky Set County of Iirecinriiige J We. W. J. Piggott and J C. Payne, 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. J. Piggott, President J C. Payne, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Uth dav of April, I9I8. My Commission expires March S, 19)8. J M. Herudon Notary Public L. C. TAUL Insurance Office PLENTY OF FUNDS The time will come, young man, for you to march up the aisle with the dearest j;irl in the world heside you. When you marry though, you will want to have on hand a suhstantial hank account, for there is no affinity between love and poverty. Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tor- - i nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Go to Sunday School Day. Sunday, May 5, is the day agreed upon by the Sunday school organization of Kentucky as Go To Sunday-SchooDay. We are making a special effort in HreckiDridge county to get every man, woman, boy and girl to Sunday school on that day. Not on that day onlv but, that they may become members and regular attendants of some Sunday school. We feel that in all times of the World's History, never have we needed help and guidance of the Lord more than at this particular time. With the Great World's Crisis upon us and the Birben us Hun doing everything in his power to blot out the Christian church. So lets join Hearts uud hands in this great work, and invite our neighbors and friends to meet us at Sunday school on May 5. The ofleiing on that day will goto the State Work aud will be the only contribution for the year asked of the schools by the Slate organization so we should like toraake it as liberal as we feel we can l Insurance. Old Reliable We pay interest on your savings Companies 4e ;P.'.L. FIRST STATE BANK, W.J. PleOOTT. President J, M. HUN DON, Tire rillleelt J. J. Irvington, Ky. C. I'A YNK. Cashier I). LYDDAN. Asst mm Henry Trent II. W.Trent ef Cashier Dali Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and I ' Prompt service is wlmt you want in the, collection of notex and accounts. That's wlmt you zet in this, oflice. The sumc principle applies to Writing deeds, BSOHgMtW, coniritcts, etc. LISTEN ' :- Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky I OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN V. G. BABBAGE, -: Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. H. A. Oelze. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morrison, Reduced Prices in Millinery that nice lot of Millinery (roods on Imnd suitable for every age and occasion. Hats have decreased from ! 00 to BOo lower than they were the first of the season, so we are ottering these at reduced prices. Besides what we have ou hand, we have new styles coining in every week and if we havent what you want in stock, we will make a special otiler for you. llon't fail to come and look at our millinery goods when you do you will Imj sure to take a new hat home with you. We have is 11 TIME IS MONEY If you had a dollar for every minute you have lost ou accouut of that watch of yours losing time, you, no doubt, would be as rich as Croesus, A man who can repair watches satisfactorily is Louisville, spent Sunday with Mr. Morrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. Morrison returned Morrison. to Camp Zachary Taylor Monday and Mrs. Morrison will visit in Hawes-vill- e before returning to Louisville. Mrs. David B. Phelps and her two Katherine and daughters. Misses Nancy Phelps went to Versailles rsday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mrs. Gillie Phelps' to B. Crenshaw and to make a vi-her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Crenshaw Mrs. Sue E. Wedding, of Rome, Ind., and Mrs. E. Connor, Sttphens-por- t were in Cloverport Friday visiting Mrs. Wedding's son, Mr. Ernest Wedding and Mrs. Wedding. Mrs. Connor has just returned from an trip in Los Angeles, Cal. grand-mother, it up to i; doilurr per Net. AIko rush tor Old Gold, flhi-- and hruken .lnwi-lrCheck aeal i.y rtturn mall (JiMids la id 10 days Miut-r'for sender's uppro al of our oltt-rTooth Spcclulty, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St., Philadelphia, I'a. RED CROSS IR0NATED HERBS (WITH PEPSIN) Ttios. Ode wait Railroad Watch Inspector Clourport, Mall Order I;. Receive Prompt Attention. well or if you wake up all run down with headache, biliousness, indigestion Olid feel all out of sortj, tako a bottle of IHONATED HERBS with PEPSIN. Guaranteed to put you in the pink 01 condition, lnts urn! more than one hundred other Kcd Cross Remedies and Toilet Preparations sold and guaranteed only by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. if you dont feel tiri-dam- l I C. Bramlett, R. H. Cook. Q () Bailey, I. S. Bruner, Eel Lai kin, H G. Vessels, O. A. Brown, J. M Cregory. Charlie Chapin, C Z Bowles, Charlie Breckinridge Circuit Court Gross, Cuy Bandy, G. P. Miller, W. V. May Term 1918. Dent, A. I). Morton, G. P. Mat y, A. C. Gilbert, G. M. Bates, E. K. Carter, J. Grand Jury. L Parks, S. H Robbius, John AlexanFelix Butler, J. K. Critchtloe, B. P. der, Jr., and John Ryan. Hardaway, C H. Notion, Steve Hayneii John M Hehvin. Milt Davis, J. T. Mil- Birthday Party. chain, John Calloway, Joe Kobert&on, L). Drjne, HuScott Cunningham, M Mrs. Wilbur Gregory gave a party bert Bruner, S. S. Galloway, P. M Saturday afternoon at her borne in the Milner, W. A. Dodson, Bibhop. T. K. Weet end in honor of her ion, Francii Blythe, J. C. (ialloway, Henry Butdeu, Lee Gregory's tenth birthday. Jim Dean, E. K. Hardaway, Mac H. Forty guests including the gueitt of QuiKgins and O. M. Parks. honor's, schoolmates and chume were invited and they had a moat enjoyable Petit Jury. Ice cream and Joe Glaticock, P. G. Jolly, Prank time playing gamea Walker, Joe W. Mattingly, .H. L. cake was aerved them before they Pavne, J. B. Allen E. L. Robertson. departed. Lealie Pool, J. A. Hayes, Gus Barger, Ads. our Coleman Payne, Hardy Ball, Ray Pate, Pres. of County M. Lvddao, S. S. Organization. Shoes For Men and Women White Tennis Shoes, Low Cuts and Oxfords, all new goods. R. W. JONES, General Merchandise Try "Want mHfWft GLEN DEAN, KY. I Long Live The King Br HART ROBERTS RINEflART 0pttIM, W1T. child dislikes American kings, nnd our sort of government. It Is possible. Isn't If. that he would resent your being of tlu ruling family? Why not let things be as they are?" "We wire very friendly." said Ferdinand William Otto In a small voice. "I don't think It would make any difference." Hut the seed wns sown In the fertile ground of his young inlml. to bear ipilck fruit. It was the crown prince who saw Hobby tlrsf. He was standing on a bench, peering over the shoulders of this this briefly: "but I nm a kindly soul, and If you have told me the truth, you will re- not have so much as a snuffle to mind you of this tomorrow." "I have told the truth." "As a soldier, of coursp," Nlkky n w.rit on. "I think you have made TI R'di J :t Hetl-l- g j i ii- "I wish I might "Otto!" said Miss Braithwaite, In a (MM In. Sln came In a trifle thai pMMt un-n- terrible Tolce. doliantly, although But n dreadful thing was happening. ec i. iiikI she itoa (MM ii ii Hobby was looking directly at him, 'I. a" her cousinly privilege. and making no sign. Ills mouth was aikI Mr Mood iMkli the Aoof Hi a trifle open, but thnt was all. Otto aturcd at tin- prinre. "WU P she had a momentary glimpse of him, of Mid. "Is there to he no riding lesson the small cap set far back, of the white today?" sweater, of two coolly critical eyes. Nlkky has not "I don't know. Then the crowd closed up, and the come." carriage moved on. "Where Is he?" Prince Ferdinand William Otto sat Hi re the drop of nicotine (tot In Its buck In his sent, very pale. Clearly deadly work. "I'm afraid he Is HI," Bobby was through with him. First said i'rlnce Ferdinand William Otto. Nlkky had forgotten him. nnd now the "He said he smoked too mnny American boy had learned his unfordgftnttM, and " tunate position as one of the detested "Is Captain I.arisch ill?" IMwtg order, and would have none of him. looke d at the governess, and lost some "You see," said Miss Braithwaite, of tier bright rolor. w ith an air of relief, "he did not know HlM Hraithwaite did not know, nnd you." s; ld so. "At the very least," she went Upon the box the man beside Beppo on, "he should have sent some word. The kept his hand on the revolver. I do BOt know what things are coming carriage turned back toward the to. Since his majesty's Illness, no one palace. seems to have any responsihlllty, or to take any." Late that afternoon the chancellor I "It tit of course he would have sent had a visitor. his Old Mnthlldft "I word," said Hedwig, frowning. servant and housekeeper, showed some don't understand It. He has never curiosity but little excitement over It. been so late before, has he?" She wns. In fact, faintly resentful. "He has never been late at all," The chancellor had eaten little all day, spoke Prince Ferdinand William Otto and now, when she had an omelet up quickly. rea ly to turn smoking out of the pan, must come the I'rlncess Hedwig on foot like the common people, and dei Fortunately, at that MMM, Mm dog," ob-sFerdinand WUUUi Otto. have the crowd. Otto saw "There he ' Tlo re on "Sit up I'rlnce Ferdinand William and bent forward. Is!" he said. In a tense tone. hi in, the " straight," commanded Braithwaite. "May I Just wave once? I Miss " Ml mistake. You should have cnVisen the But as a private getiHe-man- . precipice. I thank you." laving examined Ihe knots in the rope, which were very well done. InHall Glen deed, nnd having gagged the chauffenr THfi HOWARD MCDItly, Nlkky prepared to go. In bis I, MlrHTSO, Preprttlsr Glen eon. y. SON. Prop. I. M. HOWARD goggles, with the low vlsored cup and Glen Heart, Ky, Poland fur coat, he looked not unlike his late Polled Dm ham Cattle. companion. But hi' bad a Jaunty step China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Hogs as he walked toward the car. a bit of swagger that covered, perhaps, Just a Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs trifle of uneasiness. For Nlkky now knew his destination, Have won 10H) Ribbons at State Fairs Past Five Years knew that he was bound on perilous work, nnd that the chances of his reor ruthor turning were nbotit fifty-fiftless. He did not know his way. Over the W. J OWE SOU, Protltli Dea'er in and Hieeder of mountains It wns plain enough, for Hardinsburg, Ky. there was but one road. After HarrJinsbiirg, Ky . Route 1 Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. PoInto the plain of Knrnla, Dealers in Sign however. It became difficult. land China Hogs and Plymouth Poland China Hcgs a Specialty posts were few nnd not explicit. But Rock Chickens at last he found the railroad, whhh Polled Durham Cattle he knew well that railroad without Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 objective, save as It would serve to move troops toward the border. After that Nlkky found It easier. HOME FARM But. with his course assured, other ORCHARD The To difficulties presented themselves. Him H. NORTON. 0n8r take the letter to those who would relrvinjton, Ky. G. P. MASr.Y. Proprietor ceive It wns one thing. But to deliver Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder of HREBDER UP It with nil that It might contain, was Farmer and Buyer of another. He wns not brilliant, was Hereford and Jersey Cattle Only brave nnd simple of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. Nlkky. heart, and unversed in the ways of Live darkness. Hardinsburjr.'Ky., Route 2. m Websler, Ky. If. now. he could open the letter and remove It, substituting well, what could he substitute? There were 'Iff, rrtttn ii in. in Tils T,oel.-o- t Trust , JJtt how to make tlle for Cloverport, Ky. Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and lobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Stock Farm Directory ol Valley Stock Farm L FARMS Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm Thos. O'Donoghue Beard Bros. Live Stock and Tobacco Paul Woodrow Wilson Webster Stock Farm Stock and Tobacco . exchange? Park Place G. N. Mrs. H. J. Hamman Breeder of Parks' Strain The engine wns boiling hard, n dull roaring under the hood that threatened trouble. He drew up beside the road and took off the water cap. Then Had It he whistled. Why, of course ! This Space for Sale Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington. Ky. Barred Plymouth Rocks Eggs For Hatching Da; Old Chicks Cut been done from time immemorial, mand to see him. The chancellor was In his old smoking coat and slippers. He made an effort to don his tunic, but Hedwig, on Mnthilde's heels, caught him in the act. And. after a glance at her face, he relinquished the Idea, bowed over her hand, and drew up a chair for her. And that was how the chancellor of the kingdom learned that Captain Lnr- iseh, to his royal high- ness the crown prince, had dlsap- "I am afraid It Is serious," she said, watching bin with wide. terrified eyes. "I know more than you think I do. I we hear tilings, even in the paluee." Irony here, but unconscious. "I know that there is trouble. And It is not like Captain Lurlsth to desert his post." "A boyish escapade, highness," snld Bat, in the twilight, the chancellor. he gripped hard at the arms of his chair. "He will turn up. very much ashamed of himself, tonight or tomorrow." "That Is what you want to believe. You know better." He leaned back in his chair and con. sidered her from under his Nlkky gone, perhaps to Join the others who, one by one, had felf "There He Ml" He Said. the steel of the terrorists. And this After a time Hedwig went away, girl, on whom so much hung, sitting aud the crown prince took off his there, a figure of young tragedy. He ate a very small clothes. "Highness," hi said luncheon, swallowing mostly a glass of worst has happened at last, "IfI the and that do mill, and a lump in his throat. And not believe It will be because there ufterward he worked at the frame, for is trouble, as you have suid. Sooner an hour, shading the hearts carefully. or later, we who love our country At three o'clock lie went for his drive. must make sacrifices for It. Most of The horses moved sedately, lfoppo all. those In high places will be called looked severe and haughty. A strange upon. And among them you may be man, in the place of Hans. Inside asked to help." Beppo, watched the crowd with keen "I? What can I do?" But she aud vigilant eyes. On the box be- knew, and the chancellor saw that she tween them, under his hand, the new knew. footman had plac ed a revolver. Ileppo "It Is Karl, then?" nut us far away from it as he dared. "It may be King Karl, Hedwig." The crowd lined up, aud smiled and Hedwig rose, and the chancellor gol cheered. And 1'rlnee Ferdinand Wil- heavily to his feet. She was fighting liam Otto sut very straight, and bowed for calmness, and she succeeded very right aud left, smiling. well. After all, If Nlkky were gone, limping ucross the what did it Old Adelbert, mutter? Only park to the opera, paused and looked. "There ure so many of you." she be shook his head. The country said, Then rather pitifully. "Anil you are wus indeed come to u strange pass, all so powerful. And against you there with only that boy and the feeble old king to stand between it uud the things is only me. "Why against us, highness?" of which men whispered behind their "Because," snld Hedwig "because I jiands. lie ueiit on, with his head care fur some one else, and I shall care down. As they drew near the end of the for him all the rest of my life, even If park, where the laud of desire towered, lie never comes back. You may marry to whom rrlnee Ferdinand William Otto .search- me caring. I you please, but I shall go shall never forget. And ed It with eager eyes, llou wonderful on I shall make Kurl the worst wife in It wus! How steeii and high, and alluring! lie glanced sideways at .Miss tile world, because I hate him." She opened tlie door and went out Braithwaite, but It was dear that to her it was only a MOMtfOM leap of without ceremony, because she wus sheet iron and steel, adorned Willi de- lMUf4 driven and on tin- edge of tears. night, the city was searched for jected greenery that had manifestly been out too soon In tin- chill air of Nlkky I.arisch, hut without result. very early spring. CHAPTER VII. d A Wonderful possibility itself. 'If I see Bobby," he asked, Nikky Does a Reckless Thing. "may I stop the carriage and speak to Nikky I.arisch had been having an him';" exrtttni lime. "Certainly not." hirst of nil, he exchanged garments 'Well, may 1 call to hlmV" "Think it over," suggested .Miss with the eliaiitVeur. ami cursed his own hunf let's, which nrovetl iHttietilt to grand"Would your Braiiliwaite. father like to know that you had done over adequately. Hut the chauffeur's lolllf fur ulster helneil e, .ritjilfnihl 9. anything so undignified V" tiekll uh He turned to her a rut her desperate The exehmor.. w,. r..rtmr pair of eyes. "But 1 could explain to matter, uud would have I u more so him," he said. "I was in such a hurry had he not found a revolver in the when I left, that I'm afruid forgot to fur cout pocket. Heboid, then, Nlkky of the brave thank him. 1 ought to thank him, heart standing over his prostrate prisreally. He was very polite to me." Miss Braithwaite sat still In her seut oner, uud railing him, mummy fushlou, aud said nothing, Just theu. But later in his owu tunic und a rug from the on something occurred to her. "You machine. he najd "tt. ! cold,, my friend must remember. Otto." gfcj sard. "Uat heavy-brows. rid-luprc.-eutc- this steaming of letters? lie examined It. It bore no incriminating seal. He held the envelope over the water cap, and was boyishly pleased to feel the flap loosen. After ail, things were asy enough if one used one's brains. He rather regretted using almost all of his cigarette papers, of course. He had, perhaps, never heard of the drop of nicotine on the tongue of a dog. As for the letter itself, he put It, without even glancing at It, into his cap, un ler the lining. Then he sealed the envelope again and dried it against one of the lamps. It looked, he llected, as good as new. He was extremely pleased with Ml self. ( C. V. RORfrRTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. DEALER IN High-Cla- Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. ss This Space for Sale 1 his apace tor bale IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES I' Before he returned to the machine he consulted his watch. It was three o'clock. True, the long early spring night gave him four more hours of darkness. Hut the messenger was due at three, at the hunting lodge in the mountains which was his destination. He would be, at the best, late by uu hour. On what the messenger hud told him Nlkky hung his hope of success. This was, briefly that he should go to the royal shooting box at Wedeliug, and should go, not to the house Itself, but to the gute keeper's lodge. Here he was to leave his machine, und tup at the door. On Its being opened, he was to say nothing, but to give the letter to him who opened the door. After that he was to take the machine away to the capital some sixty miles further iiuivered In the wind IrouT the opeu door. Nlkky wus quite culm now. His heart lent its regular seventy-two- , and he even relleeted, with a sort of L'riin humor, that the chancellor would find the recital of this escapade much to his taste. In a modest way Nikky felt that he was making history. The man who had received the letter got Into the machine heside him. The other two climbed into the ton-And, as if to make the denouement doubly ridiculous, the roud led straight. Nlkky, growing extremely Startling News Is Crowding the Telegraph Wires Every Day Undoubtedly We HaTe Entered Upon the Most Momentous Months in the History of the Universe The World Revolves Around Newspapers If You Want the News and All the News While It Is Really News, You must Read Every Day. the Courier-Journal nervousness, uot terror. But he weut boldly to the door, und knocked. So ftr all was well. There were footsteps within, and a man stepped !out intu the durkuess, closing the door behind him "You have the letter?" he asked. "It Is here." "I will take It.' Nikky held It out. The man fum bled for It took It. "Orders have come," euid the voice, "thut you remain here for the night. In the morulug you ure to curry dispatches to the city." Poor Nikky! With his car fuclng towurd the lodge, uud under necessity, iu order to escupe, to buck it out into n'thway I He thought quickly There wus uo chuuee of overpoweiiug his man quickly aud sileutly. Aud the From, beyond houst was not empty. the door cuuie the souutls of mcu's voices, uud the thud of driukiug mugs on a bare table. "You will tuke me up to the house, uud theu put the cur uwuy uutll morn-lug- " on. The message, then, was to the king himself. For Nlkky, as all the world, knew that Karl, with some kindred spirits, was at Wedeliug, shootiug. That is, if the messenger told the truth. Nikky intended to lind out. He was nothing if not thorough. When at last the lights of the lodge a' the gute of Wedeliug gleamed out through the trees, it was half-pas- t three, und a wet spriug snow wus fall-iu- g softly. Iu au open place Nlkky looked up The stars were gone. The lodge now, uud the gute keeper's house. Nikky's heart hammered as ht left the cur hummered with a clubbing by which with the Courier-Journarrangement Courier-Journpeople of this section may get the every day but Sunday by mail and The Breckenridge News both a full year for $6.00. The Daily Courier-Journ- al alone costs subscribers $5.00 per year. al al The Breckenridge News has made Ill "His Majesty Desires That the senger Come In." AW Mes- cheerful behind his goggles, wondered how much petrol remained In the car. The men behind talked In low tones. "They are late tonight," grumbled one of them, us the house uppeured, full lighted. "A tardy start tomorrow again I" the most quoted newspaper in America. Its news and views are not excelled by any publication anywhere. Place your order through The Breckenridge News. The Courier-Journ- al is It seemed to him thut the man took a "Very well," sutd Nlkky, grumbling. "Hut I huve hud u long ride, uud a cold one. I need sleep." Even then he hud u taint hope thut the o'hers would precede him, aud that It would be possible to leup back to the car, and escape. But, whether by accident or design, the group closed about him. Flight wus out of the question. A little high was Nikky's bend as he went in. He had done a stupid thing now, and he knew It. He should have tukeu his letter uud goue buck with it. But, fool or uot, he wus a aoldler. Danger uiude him culm. The lodge waa noisy. Loud talking, th coming und going of servants with trays, the cruckle of wood fires In which whole logs were burning, and, as Nlkky and hla escort entered, the roaring chorus of a buutlug song tilled the eurs. . 1 "The king must huve his sleep," commented the other, rather mockingly. With a masterly sweep, Nikky drew up his machine lief ore the entrance Let them once alight, let him but start ills cur down the roud ugaln, uud all the devils of the night might follow, lie feared nothing. Hut here again Nlkky planued too fust. The servant who came out to open the doors of the motor had Nlkky breathed ugaln. It was go-- brought a mcssuge. "His majesty deto be VUH uftl'r ulL If ,tue sires that the messeuger come in," which exploded In to the shaotlug box was the bomb-shei roud weut straight ' 1",l'lf. the r.ut he Nikky's ears. "luiple. tw Pr"yd that he make no false turning, Nlkky hesltuted. And then some Imp to betray his Ignorance. of recklessness In hhu prompted hltu "Very well," he said. uot to run uwuy, but to see the thing Ills companion opened the door be- through. It wus, ufter ull, a chuuee hind him. "Heady, now," he called. either wuy. These men beside the car were' doubtless armed one at least, "The car Is here.' Two men ro from a tah'c wit re nearest him, was eertululy one of And, as g lit KuiTs own secret ugeuts. they hi' It' ' "i uj edj. lie wus UPt textuljijut ! ej . ,. 'I'Ufi, i(j' ll i ' ' . step toward him. FRIDAY VHEATLESS im OOMTA1MIM Kim at ao nut mutmn , Wlll.AT m - AMMONS i IS ; (Continued next weak). Herbert Halloa and J. T. Pool were Stephensport Saturday. The family of J. Horseley, who have been ill with measles are improving. John Dowell was the guest of Lisb Lampton Saturday night Miss Laura Nelson was hostess log a party Wednesday evening in ho 1 he guests eujoyci oi her mends. the evening of games and music S. H. Horseley has purchased a Ana automobile. Irwin Horseley was the guest of Rice I'ool Sunday. in Tl.rt .1.1 r . n I .11 Tin . A VII J m m(. in"inn rt ll.-tlvely small sum of money unproduc-tlvelor selfishly. The money that It Is In Ills power actually to waste Is exceedingly limited. The bulk of what he has must he spent and used for productive purposes, Just as would be Extortion to Be Tolerated, but the case If It were spent by the government, with this difference, however, that, generally speaking, the Individual Business Needed. Is more painstaking and discriminating In the use of his funds and at the same I Shrinkaae of Values Would Cur time bolder, more Imaginative, enterprising and constructive than the govuapacny 10 rrovme ernment with Its necessarily burenu-cratlSinews of War. and routine regime possibly could be. Money In the hands of the nscrlptlon of Men, Conscription of individual Is continuously and feverishly on the search for opportunities Money," Analyzed. I. e., for creative and productl"e use. In the hands of the government It Is By OTTO H KAHN. apt tv lose a good deal of Its fructifyMuch It being aald about the plan- - ing energy and ceaseless striving and Bible sounding contention that be- to sink Instead into placid and somcause a certain portion of the young nolent repose. manhood of the nation has been con There need not be and there should scripted, therefore money must also be not be any conflict, between profits Why, that Is the very conscripted and patriotism. I am utterly opposed thing the government has been doing. to those who would utilize their counIt baa conscripted a portion a rela- try's war as a means to enrich . Tn tively small portion of the men of the DO YOUR The "war profiteer," as the nation It has conscripted a portion term Is generally understood. Is a publarge portion of the Incomes of the lic nuisance and an Ignominy. Extornation. Capital and business pay more tionate profits m ist not be tolerated, PATRICK HENRY'S than of our total war taxa but, on the other hand, there should be tion directl.T and a large share of the a reasonably liberal disposition toward veraalntng fifth Indirectly. business and a willingness to see it II the government went too far In make substantial earnings. onscrlptlng men thr country would be NOW APPLICABLE For, taxation presupposes earnings. If It went too far In Our credit structure Is based upon Elppled. Incomes and earnings the values, and values ire largely deter- Liberty or Death, Issue in War of would likewise be crippled. Shrinkage of mined by enrnlrgs. Revolution, Is Issue in the Results of Conscription of Capital. values necessarily affects our capacity Great World War. I would ask those who would go to provide the government with tjio year.-One hundred and forty-threDrther and conscript not only Incomes, sinews of war. ago in the Provincial Convention ,it Richmond, Va., Patrick Henry, paat capital, to answer the riddle, not The Conscription of Men. triot to the last drop of his heart's nly In what equitable and practicable Reverting now 'n 'he subject of the blood, flung into the faces of his waanner they would do It, but what the conscription of men. I know I speak vering fellow delegates his now wurlJ tatlon would gain by It? the sentiment of all those beyond the famous call to arms. It Is true that a few years ago a "Mr. President," he cried, "if Va .wars of young manhood when 1 say mean to preserve inviolate those inapttal levy was made In Germany, but Is not one of us worthy of that there estimable privileges for which we percentage of that levy was so the name of a so long Hml as to actually amount to no more willingly go to man who would not have been basely to contending; if wt fight If the country mean not abandon the noble HVrmn an additional Income tax and that needed or wanted us to fight But the siruggle in which we have been so at m lima trhan tha r.nriilnr Inivinio Inr country does not want or call Its en- long enguged and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon In Germany was very moderate aa tire manhood to fight It does not until the glorious object of our con measured by the present standards of even call anywhere near its entire test shall be attained, we must fight Income taxation. young manhood. It has called or In"Our brethren are already in the Only a trifling fraction of a man's tends to call in the Immediate future field! Why stand we here Idle? What Wha: property la held In cash. If they con- perhaps 25 per cent Of Its men be- is It that gentlemen wisii? script a certain percentage of his pos- tween twenty and 'hlrty years of age, would they have? Is life so dear or purchased lit sessions In stocks and bonds, what which means probably about 4 per peace so sweet as to be slavery? Forthe price of chains and would the government do with them? 1 cent, of Its total male population of all bid it, Almighty God! know not Keep them? That would not answer uges. But It has called from Incomes, what course others may take; but as Its purpose, because the government business profits and other Imposts fall- for me, give me liberty or give me wants cash, not securities. ing principally on the well to do, ap- death!" There spoke a patriot true. And he Sell them? Who Is to buy them when proximately ninety per cent of our won his fight. Liberty's struggle was every one's funds would be depleted? war taxation, not to mention the con- long and trying, but victory came at If they conscript a certain percent tributions to the Red Cross, the I. M. last. And the shield of freedom, b!a- zoned upon the doorways of a new al a paof a man s real estate or mine or C. A. and other wur relief activities. nation, has grown brighter and more factory, bow Is that to be Let me add in passing that the chilresplendent with the passing of th? and converted Into cash? dren of the well to do have been taken years, until it stands today an inspiraAre conscripted assets to be used as for the war In proportionately greater tion for all the world. Yet over yonder across the sea the a basis for the Issue of Federal Re- numbers than the children of the poor, serve bank notes? That would mean becuuse those young men who are n ailed fist of Prussian autocracy ,s raised in menace. Its shadow is growgross Inflation, with all Its attendant needed at home to support dependents ing smaller, but it is a shadow still. evils, dangers and deceptions. or to maintain essential war Industries It has lost some of its power, but the will to strike Is yet there. And all Would they repudiate a percentage are exempted from the draft ' AR PROFITEER I - I m BRITON'S HIGHEST PRELATE PLEADS IN LOAN'S BEHALF ARCHBI8HOP OF YORK TELL8 OF AMERN L.ED8 AND ALLIES' ICA'S ABILITY TO HELP. BOND INVESTORS INCREASE UBLIC NUISANCE BECAUSE OF LIBZHTY BONDS Sixteen Millions Expected to Participate In Third Liberty Loan. More than 15,000,000 persons are expected to subscribe to the Thirl Loan. Four million subscribed to the first Issue and about 11,000.000 to the second loan. Sixteen million buttons for subscribers have been ordered by treasury for the Third Liberty Loan Tfc system of honor rolls in each municipality, community or business orgs bearing the names of subscribers, and of honor flags, to be given to :ich city exceeding Us quota, Is expected to stimulate the number of subscriptions. This plan will disclose who subscribes and who refuses to Llb-ert- y Iiau c MONEY AND FOOD WANTED Dollars Are Only Bullets That Never Miss Mark, He Says in Urg. Ing a Vigorous Loan Campaign. buy. them-elves- mas BIT ! mm, -- i i FORMER IN CRISIS four-fifth- s U. S. SALE By Dr. Cosmo Gordon Lang, The Archbishop of York and Primate of England. England and "Come to France quickly with money, nhips and food. There is a terrible strain upon my countrymen in the trenches. We are not whining and asking for sympathy, but you will be cheering us to new hope, if we know that all the power and resources of your country will be given to the future of civil- URGES BOND During Civil War Need Was Great, System Did but Financial Not Equal Present. By William L. E. of Chauncey Langdon. ! Chittenden, Lincoln's Rt flstcr the Treasury, tells in this "Personal Recollections of President Lin. oln ' ef the anonymous L'nglishinan who OMM forward in 1802 to lend the United States $5,0oo.noo, and the hen gloss elforts made to repay him. British shipbuilders were construct ing two armored vessels for the Con federacy. Our Minister, Charles Fran cis Adams, secured the issue of a restraining order Just in time, but it could not be enforced until damages had been secured by the deposit of $5,000,000 sterling in gold coin, with gold tit 100! Where could he get it? There was no trans Atlantic cable then. "When he had given up all hops of arresting these vessels, a juiet gentleman called upon him and asked if he might be favored with the opportunity of making the deposit of coin required by the order." The only condition was that his name should not be made known. In this war many Knglishmen and others whose names we do not know have supplied us with money or its value with munitions, and men, and safety, and immunity from German faor attack. t To this, our bent fit, hundreds of thousands of anonymous F.hglishmen anfl Frenchmen and Italians und Belgians have contributed. hall we not repay them promptly in kind by coming to their aid wiih money and munitions and ships and men. to the safety from German fury of those who remain, or of their widows and children? Will YOU help? This will cost! blood-bough- ization. "You cannot send as many men as you wish, but you can Send things. other send money. Where men cannot go, money can. The ocean cannot stop it. Your dollars are the only bullets that will never f miss their mark. You are to have a yreat Liberty Loan soon. Put all the vigor into it that you can. Don't delay. We are asking you as brothers and partners, to come us Every man, womand an and child can help in this fisrht to free the world from the menace of German domination. "W have to settle whether the spirit of irresponsible autocracy or the snirit of freedom is to prevail among the nations of the world. So vast .and fundamental an issue naturally draws all the free nations of the world together. It must be settled now and forThe ever, cost what it may. world must decide whether it will submit to the domination of a spirit which, if it were to prevail, would plunge the nations of the world into a long, restless career of military rival-r- . On such an issue there can b no such thing as compromise. We must be worthy of our task. We must recover for the world the atmosphere of freedom." go-Hl- Extensive preparations have J een made for advertising tbe Third Liberty Bond campaign. Requests kWrS been received from hundreds of newspapers publishing Sunday editions fir 10,1)011,000 Inserts showing the honor Hag In colors, to be distributed April , 7. Two hundred newspapers have requested supplies of poster supplements. A special train carrying French ar relics, accompanied by Liberty Loan speakers and wounded French soldiers, will travel through the South and Southwest and perhaps elsewhere. The relics, which Include some of the small guns, German helmets und other trophies, and Red Cross exhibit v recently were sent to the United States by the French government to assist in the bond campaign. The train will be sent through the St. Louis, Dallas and Atlantic federal reserve districts, starting April 6. foreign-language- A LIBERTY LOAN PRAYER Louis Minister Composes Appeal on Eve of His Departure For France. St. the national debt? Our taws Favor Sons of the Poor. which Patrick Henry spoke are threatno less dishonorable In a people than The draft exemption regulations dis- ened and will continue so to be until In an Individual, and the penalty for not, as in former wars, in Prussianism is crushed utterly. failure to respect the sanctity of obli- criminate "Our brethren are already in the favor of the rich man's son, but In field! Why stand we idle here?" gations Is no different favor of the poor woman's son. Think but a moment on stricken The Thrifty Would Be Penalized. realize but too well that the burden France, on pillaged Belgium, on outThe fact Is that the government of the abnormally high cost of living, raged Serbia, on every land upon would gain nothing In the process of caused largely by the war, weighs heav which the polluting hand of the Hun fancy fallen, our portion capital conscription and the country ily Indeed upon wage earners and still has be if an.l same what will mailed fist Is that would be thrown Into chaos for the more upon men and women with modloosed upon our shores. time being. The man who has saved erate salaries I yield to no one in my Then loosen your purse strings. Buy would be penalized, he who has wasted desire to see everything done that Is Liberty Bonds. Patrick Henry was right. Death would be favored. Thrift and construc- practicable to have that burden llght-- 1 would be immeasurably preferable. tive effort, resulting In the needful and ened. But excessive taxation on capl-fructifying accumulation of capital tal will not accomplish that; on the THE FARM AND THE NATION would be arrested and lastingly dls contrary, It will tend to intensify the Agriculturists Must Do Their Bit and conraged. trouble, Help Win World Wsr. I can understand the crude notion ol Taxation must be sound and wise Every now and then, in driving man whr would divide all posses and scientific the and cannot be iald in a ions equally There would be mighty haphazard way or on Impulse or ac- - through the country, one sees a parkept farm. Everything little coming to any one by such distri cording to considerations of politics, ticularly well is in shape and everything indicates bution, and It is, of course, an utterly otherwise the whole country will suffer prosperity. The farm is a success. Impossible thing to do, hut It Is an un History What is the secret of this? It is has shown over and over again derstandable notion. But by the con that the laws of economics cannot be that everybody on the place is a busy fiscation of capital for government use defied with Impunity and that the re man, helping himself and helping the togethneither the government nor any Indi suiting penalty falls upon all sections others. All work and all work er. No matter what the weather, no vidual would be benefited. and classes. .matter what attacks the crops, no A vigorous) r progressive Income tai what the market, the business The question of the Individual Is not matter prospers. and socially la both economically the one that counts. The question is This country Is engaged in a big sound. A capital tax Is wholly unsound not u hat sacrifices capital should and war. Now is the time for everybody and economically destructive. would be willing to bear If called upon, to work and work bard and help bint It may nevertheless become neces- but whut taxes It Is to the public ad- self and others. The best way to help, if one is not at the front fighting, is sary In the case of some of the belllger-so- vantage to Impose. to help finance the undertaking. We countries to resort tc this expedl do nut say all this to plead for a can't fall If we at home do our share sat, but I can conceive of no situation reduction of the taxation on wealth or when we have men at the front makikeiv to arise wnicn wotiiti ma He 11 In order to urge that no additional ing the supreme sacrifice. Acessarv or advisable In this country Buy Liberty Loan Bonds. taxes be Imposed on wealth If need he. More than ever would such a tax b There is no limit to tbe burden which WHAT YOUR BOND WILL DO rmful in times of war and Dost-be- l li time of stress and strain those The farmer who purchases a $1,000 11m reconstruction, when beyond al n ist be willing to bear who can afford Liberty Bond need not think he has most all other things It Is essential to It except only that limit which Is not dune anything toward directly proand promote mutate production viding the Wur Department with the by tbi' consideration that taxaand when everything which tend. tion must not reach a point where the means to defeat the Kaiser und his . ,v. ViyVWlV.. ..... .. DUi'ill"I t Ulbusiness activity of the country be- armies. When the War Department rejectee, sa detrimental w comes crippled and Its economic equl- - gets $1,000 it has the funds whererigorously with to equip 25 soldiers and furnish nation's strength and llbrlum Is thrown out of geur, because them with two rifles each. These 26 There Is an astonishing lot of hasj that would harm every element of tbe men may, by holding a shell hole or a Inking on the subject of the uses ol comoionweultb and diminish tin war- - section of a trench, decide a battle that will decide this wax in our favor. aapltal In the bands of its owners. caput. ol the nation Of Is 1 1 t d 3 1 I V, well-bein' Repudiation those "inestimable privileges" if irfcl"i in BUSINESS CONCERNS TABBED created In the year A. D. 627. This ancient and honorable office and title nas been held by many distinguished Credit Men Keep Uncle Sam Posted prelates. Dr. Lung Is the ninety-eightlit to Buy. o. BUYS BONDS Archbishop of York and Primate of NO NEW AUTO England. The office of Primate of All Liberty Bona- slackers among busiLiberty Loan Speaker Enlivens As- - Englund was created In tbe year A. ness bouses throughout the nation are D. 697. being revealed by credit men whose semblage of Missouri Dentists. The difference between the office of duty It is to analyze the financial Dr. Val Kunz, a dentist, of 3258 Primate of All England and the Pri- statements of firms in all classes of South Jefferson avenue, is going to mate of Englund Is slight. Centuries trade. Preliminary investigations of expert ruttle along in his old automobile for ugo, to keep peace between two and primates, the added credit men in checking up the ftnan another season, at least. The doctor hadn't Intended to. In words "of all" to the title of the Prl clul statements of many concerns In fact, he hud all but closed a deal that mate of England solved the problem. various businesses in all purts of the would have given him u much better The Archbshop of York not only is United States find that the percentage muchine In exchange for his old one one of the heads of tbe Church of of Liberty Bonds of the first and secEngland, but Is a member of the ond issues among their assets was and $1,000 "boot." House of Lords. A member of the startllngly small. But just at this point Dr. Kunz at tended a meeting of the St. Louis House of Lords owes no allegiance to It has been suggested that banking Dental Society at the St. Louis Club. any political party and therefore his institutions would be justified in bring in Inns us a statesman are not curbed Among the speakers af that meeting ing to the attention of their customHe represents the gov- ers, particulurly those who are bor.vas Thomas Q. Dix, u speaker fir or influenced. ernment and the people with equal In rowers, the necessity for these patrithe Liberty Loan Organization of the Eighth Federal Reserve District, which terest and frequently fights the bat otic investments being made in is backing the Third Liberty Loan ties in Parliament of the luboring proportions. classes. drive. Credit men have undertaken to bring Dr. Lang Is a Scotchman, the son ol Mr. Dix brought home to the assemto the attention of the public the luke bled dentists the importance of the a Presbyterian minister, but he joined v.'armncHS of many business house, in success of the loan in u manner that the Church of England early in life backing the government In its prose and while a youth began to study for cutlon of the war. The government Is "ruised 'em from their chuirs." Early next morning Dr. Kunz got the ministry. He rose from the rec in the war business not only to dethe other man In the uutouioblle trad' torshlp of a small church when yet u stroy Prussian autocracy but every young man ami before he had attained on the ptione. vestige of disloyalty and opposition to the uge of 60 was named Archbishop the buttle for world liberty. "It'B ull off," said Kunz. "Why what you mean?" asked the of York and Primate of England, lie soon distinguished himself not only M astonished trader. "I heard a Liberty Loan speaker a prelate but as a fearless and bril it clear tbut the people ol Englanu ar. last night," said Dr. Kunz. "And I've Hant statesman and champion of tht In dire need of food and thai the man just concluded that Uncle Sam need i people In the House of Lords. power of the nation is waning. The Archbishop has visited man my dollars more than I need another A member of the Archbishop's party I bought a few hundred cities In the United States recently automobile. said the distinguished Britons were dollars' worth of the other loans. I where he delivered addresses bt lorn surprised and delighted with the enthought I wus doing my full duty. I chambers of commerce and otbei thusiasm of the American people to thought I was a sacrificing American. civic organizations. He brings not support tbe war. He said Americans only a mesaage of brotherhood and up have come to a realisation of what Then I forgot all about it. "Henceforth I'm eating, sleepln ; preclatlon from Ureat Britain, but In the threat of German domination emphasizes the need for undivided sup means to the world, and especially to and living this war. I've been a slacker. In so far as making tbe sacrifices port of the government of the United America. He explained that many that an American should make in this States by the people If tbe war la t persons In Ureat Britain were slow to be won. He pleads for a speeding uj realise the necessity for shedding tbslr cause. That deal Is off. My $1,000 of shipbuilding, of money raising n and every other dollar I can sparo blood upon the battlefields of Prauot goes Into Liberty Bonds. of troop mobilization Dr. Lang mak to halt tbe Hun. 1. arch-bishope Good-bye." How much? How soon? Buy a Liberty Bond and thus pay a little toward the freedom you have enjoyed thus far, as well as contribute toward the insuring of a like freedom and, we trust, of un even greater liberty fili al! in the years to come! Following his address at a banquet given by the St. Louis Chamber of Commerce, the Archbishop of York authorized the above message to tho American people. His Grace, the Most Rev. Dr. Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of York and Primate of England, is the highest prelate in the Church of England save one. The Archbishop of Canterbury, I'rimate of All England, Is tbe ranking archbishop of the Church of England. The office of I'rimate of England was Less than a wek before he sailed for France in the service of the Y. M. C. A.. Rev. Elmer T. Clark, Litt. D., former minister of the Shaw Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and former secretary of the St. Louis Ministerial Alliance, prepared the following prayer for the Third Liberty Loan for use on Liberty Loan Sunday, April 7th: "Oh God, who dost ever guide the tread of the nation, born to serve mankind with an exalted unselfishness, bless all our people and their representatives in authority. "In this time f crisis and judgment, inspire us to think, act and serve together in the common cause of a victorious righteousness. Touch our souls with a high sense of patriotic sacrifice. Consecrate our means as well as our men. "Bless, we beseech Thee, the Third Liberty Loan with the benediction of Thy benignant favor. May no act or word from us impede its sanctified will. And arouse our enthusiasm to see it through to a most successful conclu-.ioAmen." n. S RED CROSS FAMELY REMEDIES Many ablo Chemists and Doctors wcro celled ir.'.o acrvico in perfecting thl.; line of Red Crow. RamdiM, Thi. is a i aft? of Specialist), and while one n:..;r havo dist.iguishod acnie-r-meromething else to h:i credit In one particulsr lino, nnothi Ur to have a lUd Cross RMHO for MCI) it pC That very l'::ry; :. nilme-.t.r- .r. than wopromoorcnarpc f(.; lenabtestu t if'ivo tlv rri'h r3 much 'arc and precision cn it 01; lach fy. nula ia cor.riou-'Jo- d entire DCCM drptndi .1 upon th- -t CBO - Dcmedy. That'o why NnUKOTONK STONH ROOT and DUCfil rapalra ahattmdnervca. and Red Croyour kidneys in a norm il and Ilcal'l y cc.,(.ition. Patent Mcdiiinc:i. Vho formula in jintn.i Red Cross Remedies aro on each carton in plain Engliah, bo thatyoj know what they are compo- n Wrre thtn oi:e hundred Red Croes Rcmeriin you o taki-and wl fd only by nrd Toilet Preparation:) aro A. R. FI8HBR Piagglati Cloverport, Ky. nu I BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN. K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS. Cashier SERVICE I President- WW THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN Mrs L D Bishoff accompanied MiFS Sarah Johnson to Louisville Friday where she will undergo treatment at Norton Infirmary for trachoma. Irvington citizens in Louisville last week Mesdames. T. N. McOrOthlaa, Margaret Chamberlain, Misses va May Cbapin, Paila Neafus ami Mrs. llrown A girls club was organized last Tuesof Miss day under the management Lillie Co'dnamer, Ivlizabcthtowii a Food i demonstrator, Mis, Margaret Conn iff was in Louisville last week to hear Galli Curci at Macauley's. Lewis Waggoner anil W. I). Wilson who are young farmers at Moania station visited their parents Saturday. T. McCoy, Louisville is visit-heMrs patents, Mr anil Mrs. G. L Bandy. I CONTENTMENT I I I fit i - I I ,1 VV - ' r. -- . - it a-- R. 1 1 IRVINGTON Miss Melon Hoard visited relatives in Owensboro last week. Misses Malile and Nell Adkins spent the week end with Miss Ossu Payne at Webster. Mrs A. I) Asboraft and son, Albert Detnin leave tbis week for a visit with Mr and Mrs Sain Kagiin, Frankfort. Mrs l.nrue Cox left Friday for M;ir tinsville, Ind.,tobe treated for rhiiiua. tism Mrs Fannie Wi lis lias gone to Cleve land, O for the summer months. Willie and Owen Iliggs, I.cniisvil le spent the week end with Mr and Mrs. . J 'KK. Mr and Mrs. Manuel Hrooks have returned from Kldorado, III. attended Mrs Margaret Chamberlain the annual meeting of the State Home in Louisville Kconomies Association Friday. Next Sunday, Co to Sunday School Day Miaaaj Hliaheth Maxtor anil Klizabeth Cain attended the K Iv A James Skillmiii, Holt was in town Friday Corp. Hubert Uvers, Camp Zachafy Taylor spent the week end baft, , OUR BOYS "OVER THERE" ENJOY TOASTED CIGARETTES. Pure Johnson County White Seed Corn Carefully selected, nub-bebutted and shelled. Corn has been tested and runs 90 per cent germination. Price $5 per bu., f. o. b. d, Through the patriotism of the citizens of this country thousands of smoke kits are being distributed to American soldiers in France. Authorities agree that men in the trenches need cigarettes almost as much as ioou and munitions. Doctors, nurse.-,- , and commanding officers nil join in the demand which haaawakened in thiscottntry agreat movement to keep our boys supplied with smokes. Millions of the famous LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes are "going over" all the time. There's something about the idea of the toasted cigarette that appeals to the men who spend their time in cold, wet t reaches and billets. Then, too, the real Kentucky Burley c tobacco of the LUCKY STRIKE gives them the solid satisfaction of a pipe, with a lot less trouble. ciga-rclt- Turn Your Household Into a Trench I Every home that reduces its expenses forces Berlin to produce another soldier. - train JOE D. OWEN Highland Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. (. And the best way to reduce expenses is to buy from the store where you rind the right prices. WE HAVE everything you are obliged to have during wartimes 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 without. CARTER'S LANDING Harold I'arks t'niversity. is home from the State Messrs. and Mcsdames Paul Wilson and Cecil Sham were in town Saturday. Phillips Dempster is home from arhera be has been attending school. Misses Ivvlyn Hnuilette, EJssii IO11-da- ll and j: I). I,yddan spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs Qejorgt Board at Holt Mrs. Battle Johnson and Miss I'.nima JohaaoS), Fonlsville called on friends Saturday tboy were enroute to I,ou svillc to visit Ml and Mrs J T Johnson Red Cross quarters will be oeu on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridavs. Hosp tai garments and bandages will ba made come do your p.rt Mrs Hallie Admire, I.iaiisvitle is (Jot a new Editor at the News office. Guess, Teddy Who in the world? Roosevelt, no guess again, W .1 Bryar. You have got the wrong gender, guess Mrs Woodwrow Wilson, some more visiting her sister, Mrs. A. T. Akins. no, well I give it up who is it. Miss Miss Hazel Admire left Satuiday for Mildred Babbagt the attractive daugh Dallas, Texas, to spend the summer with ter, of J. I) Babaage, Sr. It seems the her aunt, Mrs. J . R. Heatnati. Bahhages are natural born newspaper Thanks U due H. J. Krebs for the people. Take to the newspaper busiWedding cake which was served at the ness like a duck to water. J, D. Uahhage, Sr., has been in the Woman less wedding on Tuesday evening business since the crim of '7.'! J D. benefit of the Red Cross. Ilabbage, Jr., has been in the business If you have bits of yarn or worsted Miss Louise nince he was a wee bit use it to make a pair of bootees for a waassistant Ivditor till prince charmPre neb or Belgian baby. ing came along and took her away The Senior play will be given at the Now Miss Mildred is in the cha'.r doing Wni-school building Friday evening May 3, her bit it cumes to going alter M M Allan, M D. of copy Mis Mildred is some hustler. st 8 o'clock Sam Keith one Cluverport's success Danvil I Will deliver the baccalaureate lemon Sunday May .", Presbyterian fui fishermen savs when it comes to fishing Freddie Freeman is the limit, church Frank Hall ami Miss I.ottie Kenning-o- r Just about the time they get to biting spent the week end with Miss Mary rapid i he can't find a rock, club, or a dog to throw inlheoeekhe wid take Smith at ( )w ns'ioro of lumbago roll io the. The marriage of Miss Clara May Stan. a protended fit k himsel f field ami Mr. Johnnie Preston George crei Herman o'Brjan a handsome bache was solemnised Friday evening at 8:30 o'c oca at the bome of the bride's sister, I ir from Mooleyville dropped down to Rev R gj Reeves Cloverport Sunday, reported that he Mrs Carl Vickers officiated A few friends and relatives was looking for a farm Krrtn the way were present. They will make their mar covering atound amongst home in Cloverport whore Mr George lis was sex we are suspicious that it the fair has a position as telegraph operator wasn't real estate he was looking for. We caught him talking to two of Cloverport's prettiest girls, so we wired bis mother. She wired back that the next time Herman left home he would be chaperoned James McGovern another handsome bachelor of Victoria was at St. Rose church Sunday handing out smiles to the fair damss It will be a close race which will get Jimmie first matrimony or tne army. We Buy Produce and sell Staple and Fancy Groceries Lewis and Huth O'llryan St. Rose church Sunday. They like their new home fine south of ToM Deport, led Steve Wilson president of the Winter Farmers Union wires us that the mem bers of the Union will sell their farm implements go out or business till the !snow flies in November. 1'rocedes of 'sale wiil go to buy marbles, horse shoes, ball bats and etc. , for the sum mer sports The sale bill reads, two snow plows, two Jersey cultivators Ambrose attended I. B. RICHARDSON, Your Leading Merchant Garfield, Ky, 'dehorned perfectly harmless, three Holstine registered icecream freezers each giving three gallon of milk a day, ten tons of baled ice alfalfa flavor, two barrels of pickled icicles, Ten doz en cans of pickled soow balls, other articles to numerous to mention. Jess Miller Auctioneer For the Sweet Girt Graduat- eThar is nothing that will please her more than a piece of jewelry something that will last her a lifetime. A Wrist Watch, a Pingtf King, a I'retty Pin or, say a Silver Spoon any of these articles will make an ideal gift. 11 And the Boy Graduate-- - Jos Mulhatton, Jr. Is sure to he proud of a Gold Watch, Gold Cuff Links or Silver , Military lirushes. I'lace Your Order Now With STEPHENSPORT H. S. English w..s j;: f lardinsturg the V, Friday. Miss Kva Baa bam, Louisville was werlc end nuest 01 bet sister, Mrs. H Gibsou and Mr. Gibson. W. J. T. C. LEWIS Your Home Jeweler Hardinsburg, Ky. Schopp was in Louisville last week. V, K. Dodnon, Frjmire was in town and FALL PIGS HERBERT HOOVER says that the American pork producer holds the destiny of democracy in the palm of his hand. for human consumption is the key that will unlock portals of everlasting peace; it is the lever that will pry the yoke of autocracy from the face of the earth. Saturd.i v. Mr. Uowell Mrs. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... the Bund) gurst guest FOOD 01e ia Guy Suuday. W. H. Gardner spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Cneuauli. Mrs. Bessie li.ashear is here from Hawesville M visit htr sister indaw Mrs. Elizabeth Napper. A crowd from here attended the en tertainment giver, tor the benefit of the Rtd Cross at L'uiuu Star Tuesday Union Star was her son, O. V. and .".rs. Doweil. A M. Miller, Cloverport is the Mrs this week oi her Lay. Gibson, Sample was in town Win. Doweil, of ' DENTIST Office Hours: A Iways In office duririK ofllce hourtt Irvington, Ky. Seed Corn At Pork, with wheat, is the basis of human rations. Without these no progress could be made in making the world safe for democracy. The American farmer will produce these foods and will produce them in sufficient amounts to blot out the curse of militarism. Fall pigs this year will aid. Never was there equal opportunity for profit in fall pigs; never before and possibly never again will any single crop be of as great worth to the producer, to the nation to humanity itself as will the crop of fall pigs produced in 1918. ' evening. Miss Nannie Lee Gardner, Chenault visited her father, W. B Gardner and Mrs. Gardner last week. Mrs Stith, Hendersou enroute to Ammous was the guest of Mrs. Sam H. Uix Tuesday . Mrs. W. G. Miss Reasonable Prices I Write or Phone for Samples and Prices Johnson County White, Boone County White Yellow Dent and other standard early maturing varieties. Tests made by County Agents and Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Germination 90 per cent or better. Haswell Mc, Georgia daughter, Ilardinsburg were aud EVIDENCE as to the merits of our Liquid Feed is established by the fact that we are furnishing feed now for from 20,000 to 25,000 hogs. YOU MUST PRODUCE YOUR SHARE week end guests of her mother, Mis M, A. McCubbics. Mi. A. B. Crawford is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H S. Kigali ut Aiiinini'.s. Misses Grace T VViight aud Coiine K,t mp and brother, Hun fctnp were tilt- - week end gutsts oi theii pireuts, Mr. and Hw, Patty Kemp. Mr. ai d Mrt . E. A. Smith, Dr. ami Mf, U. E. Kcrguson and butn, a Owing to limited amount and shipping conditions order at once, sending specific shipping instructions. Will ship when desired. attended the CNHHtWHIl excicises at Kome, Kiiilnv evening. Miss Mrtle B. Sbellmau was the Thuraday of Miss Henrietta Hi est Sl.ivt ) . EDINGER & COMPANY, Grain Dept. Mrs. Sue Wedding, Rome and in Mrs. LiuuisviiiCa rvy. gH off ut the Glenmore Distilleries Company (Incorporated) Eugene Connor Friday. were CtOVtfpOrl Owensboro - Kentucky dollars was tukeu in. II Ik s M . r Owe:: .iiu Mr. anil Mrs. A. H. to report ut Camp McCoy. i Mr uud Mrs Taylor Monday. Mrs Mary T I'ayue is veiling tier Hi dinaat Suuday in celebration of the , I,...- - ..I .1... Tl,.. i of Mr. Connor. birthday auciver-sarsister, Mis. Saliie Morris at Big Spring Is irulclnl I,, Mr ..... A U r..u r, ,j. ,...1111.1, The entertainment given Saturday While playing with a lawn mower little Hewitt Stewart, son ot Mr. and evening for the benefit of the Red Mrs. L. L. Stewart cut two of his tin- - Cross was a decided success, nearly tUIUUICIIl. Owen Shoemaker, Evausville spent Saturday with Mr. aud Mrs John (,. Ital dut. Cushmau enti-rKugenc Connor j . seventy-fiv- e 1 t , & a,