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The Breckenridge news: May 15, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918051501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 15, 1918 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. ft VOL. XLII CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY If, 1918. Pages No. 46 n ing Open to A MAY jr i 22. the County. In Hardinsburg. May Two AmeriMeet- OtR PBHQQ MCCTMP lie 11 uiiiriii wi i i i in WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE COMMENCEMEN i COMMITTitS S. ED APPOINT- - can Soldiers From War Zone and Two Civilians to Be Present. News From Camp Logan letter TWO CLOVERPORT TCANADIAN TO GIRLS WIN LECTURE HERE t. In Liberty Loan Essay Con- - Thursday Night in the Inter-tesof the Red Cross War Miss Anna Elizabeth est Fund Drive. Only 6 Week?, Keith and Miss McKaughan. off the Battle Front. Essays to be Published. The successful candidates in the Third Liberty Loan Essay Contest are as follows: Group I Miss Anna Elizabeth Keith. Cloverport. 8 years of age. Group II Miss Pauline Dejar-nettHardinsburg. age M years. Group III Miss Elsie McKaughan, Cloverport. age IJ years. Group IV Miss Agnes Jarboe. Hardinsburg. age 18 years. Each of the winners will receive $2.50 worth of Thrift Stamps. The County School Superintendent. J. Raleigh Meador, was selected for the judge of the contest and the essays were given hint after the names of the writers had been cut off. It is stated that the compositions were all well written and showed thought. The prize essays will appear in The Breckenridge News next week. Miss Keith, who won the prize in group I, is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor Keith, and Miss McKaughan likewise is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert McKaughan. In vew of the National Red Cross Drive for $1,000,000,000. War Eund the local e. Chairman. W. T. Chapin. has secured the seryires of a Canadian speaker, fresh from the battle front, who will lecture here Thursday evening at the Baptist cbnn h in the interest of the drive and to help arouse enthusiasm for raising quota of $ J.Joo. The Canadian, whose name is not known, only landed in America a few days ago, coming right from the battle line, where he was probably wounded and disabled for lighting. It will be a real treat for the people of Cloverport and surrounding vicinity to hear him and a very large crowd is expected to attend the meeting. A civilian willaccompany the Canadian soldier and they will be at n Wednesday night and Hardinsburg Thursday afternoon. Mr. Chapin has appointed the following chairmen For publicity, Mrs. Harry Hammn; solicitors, Mrs. W. H. Rowmer; Wat FtUtd Cashier. Mrs. Hovious Behen, Bri'ckinridge-Ban- k Depository Eund, of Cloverport. : TAKEN AFTER LONG Wife of Mr. CIRCUIT COURT ILLNESS We filled and our cots, ready for a good of interest restless night. has been received from one of BreckReceived our quarcntinc instrucinridge county's hoys whose home is tions next morning, are in quarin-tin- e for three weeks, allowed in an at McCJuady, but lie is now at Camp area of nearly 300 yards square, the Logan. Houston, Texas. Y. M. ('. A., and Canteen are across Editor of Tiie Breckenridge News: "I want t" M) that I am serving my the dead line but we can go to them. country ar.d have been lor some time. t!.e Y. M. C. A., furnishes amusements, books, magazines, writing I have a lot of friends and schoolmates that don't hear from me but material and will assist you in most I still think of my old Kentucky any way. We have put in some drill work, home. I haven't been home for two took a few hikes of short distance, I have years and had quite a few experiences through my few little perhaps round trip would be eight miles, all would come in feeling glib. travels. I must I But say had a piece of Received a shot in the left arm Satluck when I enlisted in my outfit, as urday, all laid up Sunday with sore it is a good one and I never met arm, all the soreness not gone at boys I liked better; I know when I present, still getting ready to take get over there with the bunch, that Bilfl scalp. Uniform! came in Thursday, not I will be with a sticking bunch as we are taught to stick together. The much system to handing them out. in, some guy will say what hoy- - are all from Chicago. III., except you go some drafted men who were trans- size shoe, you tell him, then he ferred to our outfit from Camp Grant grasps a pair cow hides, gives you a trial at them, it they touch your feet Illinois. I am in the machine gun company. they jerk it right off and sling you a pair from two to three sizes larger, 131st Infantry, formerly the old Dandy 1st Illinois Infantry. Our regi- you take that; next conies your troment is the model regiment of ,13rd users, ask you the size, perhaps you Division and they can deliver plenty will get a forty or you might get a of lead balls at Kaiser Bill. Six foot- thirty, if you get a fit you are in luck, ers too, if they only give us a chance, when it comes to underwear they which we are expecting any day. If ask you nothing, you can exchange we only have a chance to travel with your friend if you so desire, across No Man's Land, it will be and they want you to do the trading with thefellow that has a misfit; our delight. if you cannot get a swap, make about 1 was in my company seven weeks s when was made private three trips to the supply department in Q. M. D. for a and you will get something you canand now am tell, you might have a worse outwhile, can't tcllhow long as am not taking a mechanics place while he fit when you do this than you hail at attend, a Machine Gun School which first; to show I know, to my personhave one pair trousis conducted in camp We are on al knowledge. ers waist 35, one pair 30; one shirt the Machine Gun Kange and hart been for two months, in fact, we 141 ... one shirt lt; as to underwear. I can get it, don't you worry. built the place out of about 15 acres In regard to Ioo erizing. we failof prairie but it is a regular park I now and can handle three battalions ed to do that trick last Sunday. will give you the list for dinner: they are all shooting 030 shots to the minute it sounds as if there was an beans, potatoes, turnips, lettuce, onattack on at the front line trenches. ions, jelly, pie. cake and ice cream, to We have been in Tcxai seven months run this down we had lemonade and and have had a nice mild winter. I assure you that one time we did We played hall Thanksgiving Day. not fail on double time. OF C. H, Opened With FOR WAR FUND The following Baccalaureate Drive in Hardinsburg District. Sermon Sunday H. M. Beard. Chairman. Evening. All Class Day Tuesday and Close Day Meeting of Red Cross With Commencement Friday May 22. Hardinsburg, Mav I.) ( Special) H. M. Beard, Chairman Red Cross Charter Hardinsburg, Kv , has appointed his Committees for the Red Cross War Fund Drive as follows Publicity ; Geo Bess Jno D. Shaw, J. R. Meador, Joe Harth and Logan Hickerson. Transportion: P M. Beard, W. C. Duvall, Paul Compton and W. C. Moorman. Speaker: Mrs. Jno I) Sh.vv War Fund Cashiers: W. S. Ball, Chairman; Mtta Martha Gardner, Miss Eliza Miller and Miss Kathleen Hobin. Cists Committee: A S B ill, A N. Skillman, W. R. Moorman, Rev. Norman, Joe Hobin, A R Ki ue heloe and I). C. Walls Also the following Chairmen for each voting place to be assigned by Chairman ot each district and aty other help they may desire. Hardiusburg, No. Rev. J. F. Kuue, No. J Dr. J. E. Kircheloe, No 3 Jno. T. Hobin, No 4 P. M. Beard Forks of Rough District: Glen Dean, W. R. Moorman, Jr.; McD tolels, A. C. lilis cock; h'oekvale, M. L Hart. Hudsonville District: Custer. J W Meador; Hudson, S. J. H. Hall, Ky.; Monk, Homer I'lle. Cons-tantine- , at Methodist Church. Sunday eveniug last, the Rev. W L. Baker of the Methodist church deliver, ed the annual baccalaureate seruiou to the I'.MS graduating class of the Cloverport High School in the Baptist church. This service marked the opening of week was followed by commencement the Class Exercises Tue day evening at the American Theatre anil closing with the Commencement Friday even ing May I7, at the Methodist church. Prof. Mellenry Rhoads of Frankfoit, who is the State Inspector ot High Schools will be here to deliver the addie-- s to the graduating class. Rev. Baker had for his sutjsct Sue. day evening, "Christian Education Necessitated be the World War,"' Ro. BiKer brought out the fact that a nation as well as an individual could not live unto itself but that it should prepare anil teach its inhabitants the value of service to other nations and not be continually self seeking. He gave as a concrete example, the Herman Nation. A heavy down pour of rain hindered the large crowd which usually attends the baccalaureate service every year, from comming out on this, occassion. Those to be graduated are: Miss Aubrey Beaviu, Miss Maydee Chapin, Miss Martha Reid, Miss Zivnla Kramer, Miss Jane Lightfoot and Mr. John Duke. The graduates have selected for their Mower girls, six little girls from the graded school They Jwd II be: Misses Rubie Wood, Katharine I'helps, Aliene Bides, Addie Belle Couch, Klenor Martin and Dorothy May. I 1 first-clas- 1 1 1 I'niou Star Dhtriei Stephens port, W. Sch .pp; I'nion Star, Dr. W. L. Mil- ntr; Moolevvillc, Goodsen Fry mire' Cnenanlt, Kv. J 1 scribers and initiv thanks to him. Mrs. J Proctor Keith, Supt. Junior Red Cross. The Civilian Relief Committee of Ihe Irvington Red Cross Chapter, sent Miss Sarah Johnson to an eye specialist in Louisville and she is RED CROSS SOCIETY Staying at t tie Richard Mattingly Until July 8, on Account Jury Losing Valuable Time in Farm Names of Grand Jury. of Succumbed Sunday Morning. Survived by Six Children. Burial Prom St. Rose. Work. Court convened promply at 8 o'clock A. Mi Monday morning at Hardinsburg. of hearing The unusal formality motions and calling the docket consumed the first hour. At 9 o'clock the petit jury was called and 23 of the Exmembers responded for service pressions were heard from practically all of them and after the members of the bar and Judge of the court discus', ed the matter the following order in substance was entered by Judge Layman. "It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that a majority of the members of the Petit Jury will sustain great loss if required to serve on the jury at this time, and that there will bo a loss sustained to the government in produc it is now ordered that said Jury be excused trom serice at this term and a Specl Term of the Hreckinridge Cir-Mj- Court 8, is hereby called to begin on ifMS Mrs. Bridget Sherran Mattingly, wife Richard Mattingly, died at her home in the East End Sunday morning of kidney trouble. She had been ill since last July. The funeral was held from the St. Rose church Monday morning at eight o'clock and the interment followed 'n the St. Rose grave yard. Rev. J. S. Henry had charge of the service. Mrs. Mattingly was the daughter of the late Patrick Sherran and she was a Dear Sister: March 19, 1918. life long resident of this city. She I will write you again. Well, I am would have been sixty years old in well and working hard both day and September. Besides her husband, Mrs. Mattingly night but I don't mind that for these little pop guns we have here wont is surived by six children; three daughters, Mrs. Austin Fate, Misses Katie let me sleep for the noise they make and Ivy Mattingly. One daughter, is great. We cm hear the signal ring Miss Lorena Mattingly who was an all around us and then we are to operator at the local Cumberland Tele return one back to them. I received a letter from mother tophone office, died just a few years ago. was, how Three sons, miliary, William and Leo day. Oh! how glad Mattingly. A brother, Dennie Sherran sweet it was to get a letter from But I am here to help win home! who lives near here. the old glory tor have the strength and power God gave me to carry me 1 1 Win. G. Yessels hard but we have good food and that Co.. ttd Tr. Ba., 159th Depot is all a soldier can ask of I'ncle Sam. 'tb Just so wo have good cats, we should Brigade, Camp Zacliary Taylor. not worry, as we know it is up to us Arrived in France. to get trained as it takes it to win the war. and the 131st has the goods and The parents of James Pate. W ill we can show them a trick or two Tate. Jr., and Sherman Gibson, have when we get "over there'. received the soldiers' regular mailing card announcing their safe arYours truly, rival overseas. Andrew C. Ball, 131 Inf., M. G. Co., These three Cloverport hoys were Camp Logan. called in the first draft in September and were members of Co., If, 33') From Van Atwcll in France Infantry while at Camp Zacliary Mrs. Ina I'ate. of this city, and a Taylor, sister of Van B. Atwcll, who is someDr. Clarence DeWeese. of where in France, received a letter from bin some few days ago which has received the appointment as Capis pubtlfhed herewith: tain of the Medical Reserve Corps. Camp Dodge. Des Moines, Iowa. have drilled hard and worked Very sincerely Norton Infirmary being treated. The philanthropic work ot the Civilian Relief ol the various Red Cross Chapters over the county is mJtt note worthy. Mrs. Virginia Rogers of this city has planted a war garden anil she is tend, ing it herself. Mrs Rogers says that the money she makes Iron selling the vegetables goes to the Cloverport Red Has the War Touched You. Herbert Smith, of Fordlvillc, who enlisted in the Navy, leaves this week for Chicago to enter the Naval Training Station located near that city. J. Inf., A. Head, private, Co., M 33d Zacliary Taylor, has charge of the Directory Force in his company tor the next twelve months. Priv. Head spent Sunday at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N Cuip A law has been panned al Washington Cross Society. requiring a mau in the army to give Has 4 Brothers in Service. part of hi.- - pay 10 his wile or children, or other near relatives who have been While Mr. Lewis Cohen, the prodependent upon him. The Government will also giee them u family prietor oi the Golden Rule Store in allowance wl ire the man is in service, this city and whose home is in lad., is not in active service The cloverport Cnapter of the Red Cross has a Home Service Section for I'ncle Sam, lie is quite well repwhere such information lor the families resented by his four brothers and of enlisted men may be obtained. V hi one sister who are serving the mav come and find out, free of charge One remarkable thing about Mr. all about your rights uuder this new Cohen's brothers is. they are all law. officers. Dr. David CoThe Home Service Section is glad to be of seivice to you in this way and hen is Captain of the Medical Corps, stands ready to help or advise you in Ft Oglethorpe, Ga; Capt. Sutton any matter which may be troubling yon Cohen, is a member of the Enginbecause of the absence of a man from eers Corps. Ft. Benjamin Harrison; your family. Lieut. Mchin Cohen is with the Mrs. Frank Mattingly, Chairman; Engineers at Camp l.ee. Georgetown, Miss Elizabeth Skillman, Secretary; 'a., and Geo. C ohen ranks as LieuMrs. Giorge Mullen, Treasury; Mrs. tenant in the Welfare Workers of Frank Ferry, Mrs. A. N. Couch, Mis. New York City. Miss Blanche CoLai kin Gibson, Mrs. I.ucieu Chapin, hen is with the U. S. (Quartermaster I ml. Mrs. Harry Haniman, Mis H. Depot. JelTersonville, JerTcr-tonvilte, Gov-ermeBrook-locke- Head, 1 .odihurg. Junior Red Cross. The Junior Red Cross met Saturday afternoon with a nice, large crowd and added eight new members making a total ot 103. We ale growing The youngest member now is little Eiia Watkien Conrad, age mouths. Let the babies join the Red Cmss Baby Roll. Codef the supervision of Miss Lenora McGavock the Junior Red Cross boys started thtir War Garden Saturday afternoon and they are very enthusiastic over it. It is to be helped they will raise lots ot beans, tomatoes, corn and potatoes. For the next ten days Mr. John Carson, agent tor the Louisville Post, has offered to give to the Jouior Red Cross 10c on every new subscriber to the Post. Here's wishing him lots of new sub A black Not "Is Dey Aint, But is Dey Is? woman halted in front of Resignation. and continue fur three July weeks, excluding Sundays, consecutive for the trial of all cases now pendiug on the dockets ut said court to which turn .all uctious now so pending on the dockets of said court to which turn all actions now so pending are continued and which is done with the unauimous of the bar present. coi-se- through. Ui ami Jury The following composed the Grand Jury: Jim Dean, foreman; Kelix Butler, J. R. Crltcheloe, C. B. Norton, Steve Haynes, John Galloway, Joe Robertson, M, D. Drane, John Bishop, Henry Burden, P. H. Canary, S. S. Galloway. Give everybody my address wish to anuounce to the public that tell them hello for me. I have resigned as a Dipector of The From Bank of Hardinsburg 0: Trust Co., I Van B. At well, Virgil A. Babhage. who left April wish to have the pleasure of serving France. -- for Camp Zacliary Taylor, has '9 you in any way 1 can in the future. I been assigned to Co. F. Jiul Battal wish to thank my friends throughout May 7th, 1918 lion, I30(h Depot Brigade this and the adjoiuiug counties tor the Dear Mr. Babhage: many kind favors shown nm in the We entered camp Monday afterSmokeless Powder. pa&t. noon at sundown, after having a The advantages uf smokeless powFor the present my office is next door long and impatient wai t at Irving-ton- ; der, besides Its virtue of high to Walker's Bakery, and hope to have a special took us in about 4 p. It does not tire two-folthe pleasure of my friends calling on 111., then we started 011 our speedy create a smoke cloud that betrays me at any time they are In town. journey to Camp Zach, arriving at the location of the gun or gunners, Assuring you it will be a pleasure to do the time mentioned above. We and at the sume time the man behind any thing I can for you in the future were hiked nearly three miles (most the gun Is not confused for a second by a pall of smoke that obscures the I am. Yours very truly, of ut carrying heavy hand grips. Paul Corapton. We were issued mess kits and blan- rauge of vision In the direction of Hardinsburg, Ky. kets that night, our straw beds were the enemy. 1 W. Simon Smart is with the Base and Hospital. Medical Department, Unit 13. Camp Zacliary Taylor. a produce store in a Georgia town says "The Saturday Evening Post" and addressed the proprietor, who was also of color: "Is dese aigs fresh?" "I aint savin dey aint," he answered hack "I aint axin you is dey aint" she snapped, "l'se axin' you is dey is. Is dey? The Outlook TWIN BABIES. Mr aiol Mi- - Barttea Sterrett, of Skillman, Ky., are the recipients of .11 congratulation-on the arrival of twins, .1 boy and a girl on May 7. In have been named Mabel Angie v explo-slvi'iios- a, and David Ross. The father of the twins is the nephew of Mrs. John A. Ross, of this city, anil the twin boy was named for Mr. Ross. V HUN IN PICARDY Score Gains Near Ypres and Amiens; Advancing Near Lccre and Montdidier. Manufactruers of the State of Kentucky. The manufatura and distribution of Ice conns under the Unltsd States Food Administration and tha ContiO Act of Auguit 10, 19i7 The Food Ailmistrstion Is concerned with the price charged for lea In the AAto PLAY BALL across the nwanwar the Ladies Concerning burl THE fT,i P.nalar In till racisi" There is not a woman, in no matter what sphere of life she may live, who does not want to know something of the new- - est fashions. Here is the latest and most popular fad of the day NLST FASHION HINT LI various communititus ar.tl require each Company dealing in or manfacturinK BI6 BOMBARDMENT OF FRONT Ice to tils with tie Administration any proposed schedula of incrtaseH prices over the oncas in effect last summer Troops' of Tricolor Hold on Grivecnes hafore such increases are put Into affect. Park, on the Front South of inly such incraases as are JaUfrified Somme, It Still by increasad costs will Uri 'ptrmltted I Secure. and in addition only luch adjustment Leadoa, Mai if, freaeti tnaaa bA as between the different classes of vnnrcd their lint slluhtly ent (if c m si: in ers a, tha situation may l.iiiTi', mi the Plunders froed IIm nr r ofllre annnunre. The statement folTh rood Administration has sought low : the cooperation of the Mayors of "French troops nilvntieed tlii'lr line, cities to investigate any propos-je- d sHirhily oust of Lucre BOd rapturavj increases In price ar.d determine i s prisoners, w.' carrWKI out 'the justification in each Instance, and successful rn (0- - (hirltiK Mir tjfjf)t west I hue aetlhVd them I hat if satisfactory of Merrttle aad ir umii baf,.; few (scales of prices cai.not he obtainnl prisoners noil machine jKms. A raid nttctnptfil liy tin- 'WJX,;ini df Yprrs from the dealers tne Food Adminis'.ra-'to- r Will apply the necessary corrective Ma stopped hy micr h, Pale, M.iy fMVy rtill.!.v measuri s. "Urtitlim on rroal below Amlena, In the nrior, ,,f QrTwmea and RED CROSS AMRICO TOOTH PASTE Is reported In the official An antiseptic refreshing paste, that French itnlnetl leaves a delightful after-tastinlenl ion. The Clean... ,, ,,; iii,. irronixi ,i ses the teeth without injuring the ( trvlllers-Snrcl- , rdy front. Mf enamel. The antiseptic properties aid Ini suite- - in keeping the teeth and gums in a of Montdidier. healthy condition. This and more than At aare one hundred other Red Cross Kennedies "Dniini; t)M nlttlit very spirited Preparations sold and guarfighting continued nil alOWg the and Toilet by anteed only front In the region of Crlvesnes and Cloverpurt. Ky. A K Kis North of QrlVWOaa Mnllly Itnincvnl. II riii'l out enrrieil troops otir Harry Howard Obituary. In I a tinil took 10 prisoners. nil operation it t Mnreuil wood, northwe nmde nil Harry Chapin Howard was born id west M Mrvillcrs-Snrel- . Thirty-ninappreciable gain in ground. Clovcrp'ji t, Kentucky June II, 1898 prisoners Bad several BMrcMae aid dieil at his home near Sylvia, A Oat" Situs fell into our bunds. 25 yt;irs Kansas, April II, ItHS bbm meertat altarB. was brokaa up ami I'' mo. He was married to S.nlie completely hy our lire. R Durkue Jan. 2i, I9IS. He was ta"I'reneli deliiihnients Btada severnl His auf two wei k Ineurslons Into the 0 III BIBB line, 0a ken sick about ef MontdJdler, ferine, ana I ate nee but he bore it pe. hiiiy anartbeaal Kbrtheaat of TMaaeoart In the aadaff patiently to the end. Harry was a of Snpimuiel mill in the Woevre, taB youiijf man of tint character lovt d by b)g prisoners gad tuiitcrliil." all who knew him. He was converted during reriml meetings at the NanFoe Held in Leash. rcmaii Qi i aianj'n attacking troops arc still enne church lastOctoberar.il He ill li'lish while the Hg etlclll.V elatiue christian unto the last. held puns biaiaard henviiy the allied lines otter expressed himself as being ptiysi-callweak, tut that his sjuI was all on the rtaadcfa aad laaaaM battle1 fields. Southwest of Vpres tile Cer- - right. He leav.s a wife, Sadie R. niiins have not attempted to repent the Howard, father A. I.. Howard, mother futile attack "f Weilnesdny agalne. Merita Howard, tour brothers I'aul, tinI'rem ii aad r.ritish batwaan ?ona Allen, Carl aud Joseph, and oue sister The tier- gaeaaccle and La Oyette, lillery Hie nlotm this Hue. how- Kloise, to mourn his early departure in: 0 1 Mster. Rati) precteds iiim to the ever, is violent. , On the southern leu of the l.ys better world Tlie funeral was held at ths Nazer aallcnl the Oenaaaa arc BaeaBardlBej "the Robeeg seetor iiiul iiiso nre paying ine church Monday afternoon at attention of the itritish position abaat o'ciock eaadncted by Itev Lord and n the hedv was laid to rest :, the Vlmy rtdgC, on ihe Arms front. the Roanmc battlefield the Britten bare The entire comitrjiiity engaged la some local Igbtlng aroaad extends syuipatliy to the bereaved Aveiuy wood, between Albert aad Ar- family The Kansas) Sylvia Sun. ms', and lieriin Halms the repulse of n local Itritish attack here. LOCUST HILL French Retain Gains. The Praaca hold aa Ortraaaaa Parki on the south front of the Somnie. Is Mr and Mia Jnck Dyer were in still aware. The Qenaaaa nre shell- L'juisvnlc last week where Mr Dyer llIU the Hew Flench positions intensely, hat Bare aot atteaeptad counter-Bttack- a underwent an operation for Catarrh. in farce, Mrs Fred Davis and baby spent last West of Mont lidier, Aaterlcaa ia week w itn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a ners be Ye Been boaabardlng the Mi lleatty near Cloverpart. in the rlHaian of Canttgay aad J. M, Oeorgtia, Hies renal ting, Little Miss Helen Gordon, Louisville Meanll of Mr. and Mfl, Rsacae, Mouth of this seetor the Qenaaa gana is tli" gu'-i-t lava bean attire between Noyau aad Davis. Las! gay. Kay aud llarrold Dytf were tha troops on the sector American g grandparents, Mr. sr.d ts of Northwest of Tool assisted ihe French Mrs AIm Bru'i'T of near Oa fl dd. a siieeessfni raid lata the German in Mrs. Dowen Carman and uughter, pnsltbaM in Aprenaoel foreel Friday. The Aawrtrag gana aided the Frewh, Miss l.iz.ie were guests o; her sen. anil eaat of the raMed aectlau Ameri- Babe Cdrinan Wednesday. enn patrols made a diversion hy enter-Fanners arc huy planting cum thta lim the vMagc at Apreasoat which week. found to be deserted. was Ml an.i Mrs. Wilter Bailer i.nd Aetive artillery firing is geiafi "ii In some sectors of the Italian and diughter, K'uth went to Louisville There also have Macedonian fronts, to attend tlie racas. haau patrol aagagataaata aa thi'se Jim Allen went to Louisville Thurs-fronts, hut no heavy BghttBg, iy to lie at the beuside ot his brother, Francis Allan. TROOPS TO UKRAINE RUSH Sunday schcul is progressing nicely I t evsr body attend. There Force Conditicns Disturbed Kaiser to Hurry Cavalry from In Memo-namWestern Front. i Ken-tucky i - Lace Trimmed Dresses The Derby is May 11th. T' ' let us hive your order smn after yo.i rei:'i the city, for i WSZilto of the acarcity of amt ail materials it hgigtM re juire two or three days to m in H.-tte-r 1 o 0 The fashion plates are showing dresses made up of all kinds of material and being profusely trimmed in lace. Especially attractive are the handsome Ginghams trimmed in lace. We ask you to call and see our line of the new dress materials and ask to see our laces also. Keep up with the Styles as well as the spirit of the day. D o a i 1 Curlee Clothing We can furnish the men with the latest cut CURLEE CLOTHES are in SUMMER and wear satisfactorily CLOTHING THE Try a suit. W your ulasses. "THE 315T YOJ THE ONLY TO WEAR." CN GIT KIMD S:E REMEMBER OUR PRODUCE DE PARTMENT HENS if veu halve, anv, lriii them In WE ANT TO BUY J. R. WILSON The Ball Optical Co. ROBT. J. BALL Glen Dean, Ky. 5iciorzf)'c 30E jfc. L21E HOC Mniiiy-Ralaerp- 613 Saath Faarlh Avenus Louisville. -: e. Kentucky 0 I , '! It sffiaes: m IS IISHBM IT- 1 e aa ao - y rer., three girls and seven boys The live living children are: C A f'enick of Indianola, Iowa: Mrs. W. I'. Rcmine Fenick of of Hardinsburg; Itev. K. Hodgensville: I). T. I'enick and R M. Henick of Huffalo. Mrs. Peaiek'a health had beca cn a decline for two years altho being under treatment ot the besi physicians of the county, both allopath and asteopath. Her husband, Mr. K. H. I'enick took her te Hardinsburg tn tha home of their daughter, Mrs. Nomine hoping acliange of hjme conditions would be a bent tit, saw otherwise. TLit a higher power From the day she came one month ago their was a gradual tle;line until dtath released her. An impressive funeral service was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs W. P. Romine by Nev. Hurt-in continu d at the (J jod Hope grave yard near Custer by her pastor, Kev. t E. P. Deacon, it is estimated three hundred people were present at (. and Pasture for Hog Feeding Through the use of suitable forage and pasture crops, pork can be produced at a much lower cost than when pigs are maintained in dry lots on expensive concentrates alone. Spring pigs will thrive amazingly on good pasture, such as rye, clover, sorghum, rape, alfalfa and cow peas, supplemented with our Liquid Feed. Not only do pigs on pasture make cheaper gains, but the exercise they obtain is an important aid in keeping them thrifty and in good health. Why not feed a pig instead of a dog; one is a producer and a direct assistance in winning the War and can be fattened on the waste from the average family or the refuse from a city garden; the other (dog) is a parasite that serves no useful purpose whatever. War Savings Stamps; subscribe to the Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., Knights of Columbus and other war activities and raise pigs; these are patriotic duties, and are essential for winning the war. Buy Liberty Bonds and Value of Forage m i li-- the burying. MAN AND WIFE GETS BENEFITS Louisville Woman Says Tan-la- c Brought Health to Husband and Self. iier-atoa- "Tan lac has brought health to both I'm my husband and myself, and glad to tell others about what this medicine has done for us," said Mrs. Nora Breadea, Waal Jefferson street. Louisville. "My : energy or was getting nervous all and ever. I didn't sleep very well at tight ami didn't get my rest Wal I ihotttd. As a result I felt bad and r. housework was hard for me. My didn't eat ippetita eaj poor anil litln't have a bit of 1 1 sstem was all run down. 1 Glenmore Distilleries Company (Incorporated) OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY d . ry Blade, "My husband wasn't feeling very taking a ell. eitl.er. and be started ranlac. It helped him quickly, and started feeling so much better M liat I began taking Tanlac, too". "It was just like a race between us after that a race back to gootl haattk We each took three bottle ll Tanlac. ami we both are enjoying good health again now. I think ever did, and my feel as well as iitshand says he does, too." It you are not feeling right, get T e,Btir at Wedding's Drug Store. t 1 1 I Lil ian Morgan.. Mrs. TeM Morgan Mrs. Allen Lewis. Mrs. 'I. Herald N, G. Harbee Mrs Warner Dieckinan too too 1,000 50 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJOtXXXXXXXX 5i 50 50 Our Goods Stand the s May UL The sitae tlon In bead the Uhralae has aeeaeae so aUaturblag that tin' Genitalia have dtapatchad ksfga iieiachineais of HavuriaB cavalry from Flanders lo the Ckralue, the cur- respou.ient at Aaiaterdaai of the Telegraph coatpaay reports, Word that Bgh'tlltg is to lie resinaed In Ihe I'kraiue has beau received from Ihplglgai The Bavarian cavalry de aehments are aald la have m- Hved in that city. e l.ii-L'- Virginia Spencer Trowles I'enick, eaeel aoaaaalafl a winning tiisposit un ind Una traits of perso'slity, winning Neil McDonald, Once Editor, Essayist friends in every community in which and Rich, Ends Life as Hobo Baa associated, she was happily con. in New York. varied in carU womanhood uudar the of Kev. Dennis E Spuirier Muy III. The hotly of a minUtery New York, inthe.M.E. church South at lireeus I'.owery BBBB who was loiiiul aeaal in Bare and at ones united with the lodging house litis been Idelltilicd the Baarajae m tkal af Nell M Iniiu1d, burce. of which she remained a true poet and aaBajrM and I'oriin r editor of ami 1. thiol number until released by the Scottish American. A graduate of death. In May 1S0U she was married the University of Kdluhiiigh, be settleil to Breckinridge H. Panick, of In Ciiliudu more than Ml years ago and county where she has siucs lived unibecame wealthy through mining opera ting immediately with the Custer When his fortune disappeared tloiiv he drifted to New .VWl.. lie wua sev- church. To this union ware given ten child- enty five yeMra old. 11 111 1 POET DIES Stephensport pirer.ts dying in early childhood she was rcarttl oy her uncle, Judge D. T. Stephciisport, May 14 Special) lowles. dreentourg, Ky. she waS home Uwn by such The Third Liberty Loan Drive went educated in her men as Praia H icliann.i, Dodd Hamil- - "over the top" at this place when following citizens subscribed the ton and otiiers and grew up to woman I oorn Feb. I", I Mat near Gretnsburg, isv . died April litis at the home of ner daughter. Mm. W. P. Itoiuine and She was ir. Romine of Hal cii.sborg. lis daughter of Rli Odum Towles, her Roberts Chapin ..For Rheumatism Krnest Smith Try Tanlac Kheiiinatism Treat- Win. Hanks . ment for rheumatism, the treatment Frank Maine ihat helps rheumatism by clean..ing M. Cockerel ihe blood Vmi can get it at Wed-liu- s Dr. Ferguson Drug Store. C. A. Tinius PrOCtOf Roy H too 50 50 50 Closest Inspection No matter what you are looking for, see our. store first we venture to say that you will find that article too 50 50 100 100 50 100 Geo. Honov Roll. A. L Uarkley Lewis Silas Mrs. Askins you desire. X X Lula llashain Ferry Kciiip Krnest Smith Mrs. YA Ramsey Mrs. Lula Connor Scott MattiiiKly loo 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 IN BOWERY HOUSE i.too. I'crry Mrs. Y. J. K. A. We invite your Closest Inspection of our Dress Goods, Shoes, Millinery and Notions and see if there is not among them just what you wfant. We have all you need in Groceries and ...we will buy your Produce at the highest market prices. Kemp. W. - J. Schoop , I JOO 500 JOO Schoop. Shclliiian Mrs. M. L Wegenast... Mrs. Dora (lilbert Mrs. C A. Tiniua Mrs. G. K. Shively Mrs. L. 1). Fox W. J. Schoop Mrs. W. J. Schoop Aug. Dutackke Lewis Stewart J. B. Morgan Mrs. Anna Morgau. .. 100 50 50 50 50 30 Kenneth Gilbert Otto Fox Baptist Church Methodist Church Mrs. Roland Smith $1,500 .1 MONDAY ALLMEAU x - 500 ,000 50 WEATLESS uaaauuMi hxzm R. W. JONES Glen Dean, Ky. I .. too ... too PROPERTY LIST FOR TAXATION In Breckinridge Ho V Am-moun- EAT County SAVE "WHEAT xx TP I I K y I $6,740,925. Property Valued at $7,497,949. torn-pitted Last Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco May 18. 1918 We wish to announce to the public that we will have our last sale of the season on the above date. Bring in your tobacco as we expect a high market. GARFIELD. -- of the county The rtcmpitttlatfcfl assessment for iqiH, recently Lyons, Hardinsburn Miss Elmin hy County Clerk A. I" Heard, d Miss Emma Mradur to shows theRrand total value of all pro- accompain home in Custer to spend the weik perty listed for taxation to he $0,740,-92- her end. with property valued at $7,497-94Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brock and little Here is the complete recapitula- daughter, Mildred, I. luisville are visit ing relatives here and Custer. tion Mrs. T. A Gray ami son Ova Gray .$ 324.978 Number acres 1)69.794 motored to Louisviile Wednesday reValue dwelling houses... turning Thursday. 40-- ', HHo Value outbuildings I58..M1 Value Standing timber Hiblo study class at the Baptist Value land exclusive of imchurch every Wednesday niht. Every provements tt7t33S one inviteJ. Value land and improveGarfield citi.ens in Louisville last 3.096.459 ments week Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Mattingly, Number town lots 1.797 Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Harrison and Value improvements O29.907 daughter, Mrs. Waren Horsley. Value lots with improveDr. and Mr. J. A. Sandbach, child, 848,907 ments ren and father, J. D. i'otts and Mis No Value mineral rights Pearl Belle Mattingly visited Miss 800 -acres Anna Laura Askins at McQuady SunNumber geldings 2.257 day afternoon. Value.... V. W. Smith was in Harned ThursNumber mares i,95o 9 : 155-94- Breckinridge Loose Leaf Warehouse Company Hardinsburg. Kentucky Value 120,980 3O6 day. Number colts. Value Stallions Value Mules Value Mule colts Value t 15.470 24 2,455 3.209 265,279 330 16,537 30 3,105 21 Jacks Value Jennets Value A little girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mercer May 6. Mrs, Aodrew Squires has returned home after being seriously ill of pneumonia at the home of her sister, Mrs. (iuy Myere near Custer. Jas. H. Kennedy has bought Richard Carman's house anil lot and will muove soon. ii Registered cows Value 553 44 25 1,015 78 2,765 4,843 170,226 4.555 Registered calves Value Bulls, common stock Value Cows, common stock Value Calves, common stock S. M. Glasscock, Louisville came Friday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Glasscock. Mrs. J. W. Marr has returned home from Ji ffersonville where she has been with her son, Joe Marr. Little Misses Elizabeth and Judith May Squires who have been visiting their grandparents in Cloverport came home Thursday night. Many from here attended the Hag 6.42O 45,298 raising at Sand Knob. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moorman atGoats 312 tended church here Sunday and visited Hogs, under three months.. 5.277 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moorman. A new boy has arrived at the home Value 17.195 Hogs, over 3 months... 12.945 or Mr. and Mrs. Sparrow near here. 125,675 Value Miss Irene Powell who is at Massil Total value live stock 1,049.352 ton, Ohio is expected home this week. 110,035 Chickens Miss Lucile Moore has returned to Value 32,990 her home in Fisher, Ky., after spendTurkeys 5,474 ing some time with her grandmother, Value 4.521 Mrs. Lucy Hunter. 2,246 Number geese Mrs. Sallie Beaver is visiting her Value 1,015 sister, Mrs. Clabe Harlow. Ducks 5,1 J. H. Wilson and C. W. Dean were Value 14,700 Guineas 589 in Hardinsburg Monday. Value 119 38,816 Now is the time to Subscribe Value all poultry... Value 11 Values Steers Values Sheep. t7.i0i 1,938 GLEN DEAN 53.M5 Men and Women of America! "O, you must The Red Cross Nurse! you must give morel' Glorious product of the war! She knows they Her spirit is calling: to you from bleeding France. ! Dogs Value stores Value bees Number polls Grand total value all real . 1,336 239,647 1,122 She sees the coming' millions of American manhood must suffer even as their brothers in arms have suffered. FRYHIRE 4,669 d tangible personal pro6,274,921 perty Grand total all intangible per840,741 sonal property. Value bank shares 173.541 Grand total value all property listed for taxation.. 6,740,925 Exemptions- Value of property The farmers of this vicinity are busy planting corn. S. J. Basham had the misfortune of loosing a fine young mule las week. Corp. Owen C. Bruner, Camp Zsch ary Taylor spent Saturday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruner. 757,024 C. LDodson purchased two fine $7,497,949 mares last week consideration un- She knows you are willing to help, but oh she is so afraid that yon simply can't realize the appalling need for Red Cross aid, and the necessity for you to sacrifice and give and give and give till it hurts! American Red Cross nurses by the thousands ; French, British, Italian Cross nurses by the tens of thousands all are there giving thin strength, their health, their lives. Red The least you can do is to have your money there nursing and ing broken men, and helping poor, starving, homeless little kiddies. Your first much ? Red Cross contribution was there in time sav- NOW how Lena and Bessie Lee Bras-hea- r and Fannie Bruner spent Sunday with Mrs R Bruner. The Baptist Missionary Society met We are glad to see Mrs S. J. Bras-heaWednesday afternoon with Mrs. Milt out again after several week's HARNED known. Misses "Oh you must you MUST give more," says the spirit of the Red Cross nurse glorious, unselfish product of the war. In millions of loyal American homes women are going to make some definite sacrifices, and pledge to Red Cross the equivalent of several days' household expenses during June, July, August and September, and this in addition to the male subscription in the house. r Davis. Miss Daisy Tucker and brother, Elza spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tucker. Little Louise Moorman is on the sick illness. list. V'es Crews, Louisville and Joe CreWs Owensboro were called to the .bedside of their mother, Mrs. Wm. Crews who is very ill. Mrs. J E. Mattingly spent Friday the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 1). I'umphrey of West View. Mrs. J. unes Holmes has returned to Louisville where she Is doing Government sewing. Miss Edith Davis, Basin Springs Is visiting her grandfather, G. W. Payne. Miss Ednsf Grey is visiting her Furcell of Koff lster, Miss Virginia Payne is in Basin Springs with her neice Miss Anna B. Carden who is ill with typhoid. Mrs. J. R. Orane is the guest of ber diughter, Mrs. Robert Norton of West View. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pile. Mrs P R. Payne and Mrs. Ethel Moor man were guests of relatives near Kirk Sunday. Mrs. Leonard Holmes was in Garfield shopping Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James U Baker have moved to their new residence. mtfHtut Try a News Want Ad. Now Are you going to be one of those women ? Can you be any other kind tonsolitis. of a woman in this our country's gravest crisis? Mrs. OtisStlth, Raymond spent Monday with Mrs S. J. Brashear. Mrs. Mary Dodson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Winter, Tell 20-2- 7 City, Ind. Cross Mrs. Jacie Barr and son, Morton visited her mother, Mrs. Krouch, Union $100,000,000 must be raised in America in one week Star last week. V. R. Dodson received a notice Sat1 I urday night to report for duty in military service at Hardinsburg MonOur boys are fast leavday moruing. This Space U Patriotically Donated by ing but we hope ana priy they will Julian Brown. Murray Roofiing Tile Co. Star Roller Mills. return safe. Golden Rule Store. Wedding's Drug Store. J. C. Nolte & Bro. L. S. Brashear spent Saturday night Breckinridge-BanCloverport of Conrad, Payne & Co. Conrad Sippel In Home, Ind., with his aunt, Mrs. N. H. Quiggins. F. A. Oelie. F. Carter & Bro. Adam Anspach and Mr Auspach and L. McGavock. 21 was accompained borne by his cousin, Alieoe Brashear. Lonnie Barr one of Uncle Sam's boys who joined the Navy several months ago is visiting his mother, Mrs. Phratie Barr on a ten davs furlough. Mr. Gil lint, fclddyville Is spending Mrs B. V. Anspach, Home, Ind., Mrs. Dan liurks, Addison waa in of Cloverport were Sumlav guests of towo Saturday. recently visited her brother, 8. J. Miss Mable Shellman. this week here with his Inn ly, STEPHENSP0RT H. A. Basham and daughter, Miss Brashear and family and was accom. Miss Henrietta Shivelv, Louis otto JamisoD 0. Hawkins wss in LouisOla were in Cloverport Friday. pained horn bv her neice. Miss Allen Fox and Kenneth tiilbert were iu ville last wssk. W. J. Schopp has sold his burlsy 0. W. Howell was in Cloverport last W. J. Schopp spsut last week Brashear. at Cloverport Friday and Saturday taking tobacco, J. 0. Schroder is her. looking - aonday. Mr and Mr. H. L Bruner and lit the examination for a common school after the purchase. Kirk. diploma. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Qibaon weis la tie daughter, Dorothy who have been Mrs. W. C. Ch.nault and chlldre Mrs. E. J. Bandy left Friday (or in Louisville for the past seven month Louisville the in si of last week. Mis. Matilda Moorman went to ar. spending this w..k In Owensboro Somerset to make her home with her Kvansvllle Saturday to visit relatives. with her husband. returned to their farm Tuesday. Miss Luc lie Harrel and Lewis Beavin daughter, Mrs. Maai. Kleeam. Little Dorothy Bruner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bruner Is ill with What Will You Do To Help? 2nd War Fund May Red To Help Win The War MUX k THE BRtCKENRIDGE .lulls I) NEWS VERY t PROUD OF MARY FARM AND STOCK. 1 KAKBAGh. Ldiior and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. 1918 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.56 .1 The splendid rain of last Saturday and Sunday came just at a time Sod it was badly needed. when vround that had been plowed was gttting hard and crusty. It is now in a good condition to harrow and put in good order for planting. The tobacco crop promises to be one of the largest in vcars. two-third- i Keep Bdth with hm Do everything5 can whenever Ml fNT .Sllc- - for 4 months; 7.V for 6 months. canto Win Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Grow ers are increasing their acreage Cards of Thanks over 5 lines chafed for at the rate of 10c per line. s as compared with last year's planting. In some secObituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. tions of the county complaints are Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. made of a shortage of plants early Hut since the rains in the season. sunshine, this fear has all ceased NOTICE TO SUHSt Rl HI you have finished readini; your copy and and the plant scare is a thing of the of the BRKCKENMDGl Nl.VVS hand it to a friend who is not a subscriber; past. There arc plenty of plants now do not throw it away or destroy it. for setting and the farmers will be on the tiring line this week sticking plants with a vim. War the Ve ar REMEMBER THE DAYS ONX MEAL, WHJEATLESS THURSDAY ONI HEAL VHEATLEO OtfL MEAL ONT. MEAL VLLLAIIXSV MONDAY ALLMEAI5 VHEATLESS OMT MEAL FRIDAY CATTTDTUV TDESM Mary Elizabeth Crabtree takes pride In the fact that she Is mascot of the Tobacco is selling now away above National Educatlnnnl association. The what was anticipated. The market organization Is very proud of her, for Mary Is not only a charming little girl is strong and active with prices soaring. The present crop in this county but an ardent patriot. At the present envelopes which conis nearly all sold and very few crops she is sealing the tains the call of Mnry C. C. Bradford, are in the hands of producers. president of the association, to the WEDNESBff WHtArixSS AI L MEALS VU U 1UAI Hurley on the Louisville market went as high as $50.50; J hogsheads of Oldham co unty veraged$44.50 and dark sold tip to $l8..'5. Recent sales of $2gallon 65 per cans, for Pure Lead and nil HotlM Paint in if bought in lot I f five gallons or more, Freight paid to Your Railroad Station. one-gallo- n We purchased on last year's market a large quantity of ihU paint, and we are giving our customers the benefit of this bargain. This is a high grade guaranteed paint. Don't get the idea that it is low grade because the price is low. It is really and truly a bargain. letter end us your order w ithout delay the price w ill he ad- Kneed soon. -- Send Cash with Order. FORDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, PLANING n",r""r" ' MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager For the June sr.; Bride- - :'.. The month of weddings will soon be here and some of your friends may be numbered among the June brides, therefore we are offering these few timely suggestions for your benefit KNIVES and FORKS, STERLING SILVER SPOONS, ODD FORKS for Pickles Olives and Cold Meat A BUTTER KNIFE or PIE KNIFE and small FRUIT KNIVES. A Seth TtMMhM Clock always a most acceptable gift If we haven't these articles in stuck we will be glad to order them n. for REM EMBER i Heard Hros.. made a purchase at Dean of 350.000 pounds of dark at Sid round, cleaning Up all thee rops in the hands of the fanners. They have rented the Moorman & Howard warehouse at Glen Dean where they will redry this purchase. They sold TELLS OF HUNS' WORK their entire holdings to M. J. Reynolds & Co., Winston Salem, N. C. Invalided Sergeant Describes where this tobacco will all be shipAtrocities Committed in France. ped. This is the first entry of this large linn in this market which Indescribable Brutality Revealed When means much for our market. Glen Highlanders Capture Village Near Moorman has charge of the handPloughestreert Wood. ling of this purchase. San Francisco. Indescrlhnhle atroOscar Haynes, of L'nion Star, made cities, which even the brutal Hurt a good sale of his crop of 11,000 lbs might not be thought capable of, were In France recently and disof Hurley to V. J. Schopp. Stephens-port- , committed covered .when the valiant Seaforth Rev. H. S. En- Highlanders captured a small village round. at glish sold his crop of 8.000 pounds near Ploughestreert Wood, according of Hurley to Mr. Schopp at and to Sergeant A. Goad of the HighlandJohn H. Gibson 5,000 pounds at $30. ers, who has been invalided to America with three wounds. "When we took the village I hapA. M. McCoy. Union Star, sold Byron I'arks three steers pened to look Into a hut, still standing among the ruins, and there saw for $147.50. the most horrible sight that I have yet seen In my war experience," SerPfOCtor Roberts has 14 ewes and geant Goad said. He thinks they will round 13 lambs. "Against one wall was the dead him up over $500. body of a woman, her hands crossed above her head and nailed to the Glen Moorman, Glen Dean, has wall by a spike. There were no other bought several fleeces of wool at 60 wounds on her body she must have been left there to die from torture. cents per pound. "Opposite her, ugainst the other child, The largest source of profits for wall, was a little a sharp hook European farmers is from sheep with Its head Impaled onhanging down. and Its limp little body raised on land valued from $300 tc The two had doubtless been crucified per acre. Here in Breckinridge at the same time and left atone to s.350 county we have land valued at from watch each other's death agonies. Sio to S40 per acre that w ill produce Sergeant Goad said that some time just as good sheep. Thousands of later the British took Ploughestreert acres are absolutely idle, doing no Wood, but were driven buck temporathing, not even paying taxes, when rily, and when they recaptured It a they could be brought into a profit score of wounded, whom they had been rescue, had been savagely able paying business. Wake up far unable to slain. mers and go to it. Take a lesson from across the seas and help win FASCINATION OF AIR LIFE the war. ("Hon teachers of the country urging their aid In n campaign to Increase the Junior membership of the Red Cross. The money she is earning by this work she says she will Invest In war savings stamps. Mary believes every boy and girl tn the nation should buy wnr savings stamps and help Increase the junior membership of the Red Cross. If the boys and girls do their part, she says, they will be a big help In winning the war. BACK UP THE MEN IN THE TRENCHES BY BACKING UP THE GOVERNMENT. THOSE SMALL COINS YOU ARE NOW SPENDING FOR THINGS YOU DON'T REALLY NEED WILL HELP WIN THE WAR. IF YOU PUT THAT MONEY INTO OURIBANK AND ADD TO IT REGULARLY IT WILL SOON GROW AND YOU CAN GIVE OUR COUNTRY SUBSTANTIAL ASSISTANCE. YOU WILL NOT ONLY BE DOING YOUR PATRIOTIC DUTY, BUT ARE ALSO MAKING A GOOD BUSINESS INVESTMENT. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARD1NSBURQ, We Offer You KY. Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 3 fJ WANTED Men and teams to work on Hardinsburg and Pike. Prices right Garfield Men Wanted at Once CALL OR WRITE three-year-ol- d D. H. SMITH, Garfield, Ky. I Your Home Jeweler T. C. LEWIS Hardinsburg, Ky. IIlM)HTAT)TlE Cliungc in Schedule L. H. EFFECTIVE &. Sheep are noted scavengers. They rid the fields of pests and fertilize and build up the soil and lit it for corn and other products. Frank Carter tells us that he is not going 0 sell a ewe from his flock this Spring. That he will keep them for breeding next year. Mr. Carter knOWl that it pays to raise sheep, lie has built up an old run down with sheep, cattle and hogs, a made good living, paid for his hi- - farm and his land is now worth double what he gave for it. A sheep sale that set the record for Canada was recently held at Ontario. Most of the sheep were bought by buyers from the t imed States. Ninety-sevehead of Shropshire were sold for $6,000. The highest priced ram lamb sold for $200; the top price for ram was $315. the highest price ever paid for a Shropshire ram in Canada at auction. The top price for a pair of Shropshire lambs from one ewe was IflAfft We want to see the time when lambs bring that price in liu-forn First Trip in Army Thriller Apart From Else in Airplane Is Everything Life, Saya Flier. An uviatiou student in one of the Western schools declares that the sensation of the first trip In one of the government's ulrcruft Is not to be eompured wttli anything else he ever experienced, lie explained It thus: "I wish I had the ability to describe the fascination of this work of learning to be the cuvulry of the air, or eyes of the army, or anything else one Is Wealth jNh&jk j&i&IK tQfflIK. Economy and banking go The bank is thm goal man who economise. yL tfxjjffiB WriLflKj St. L Ry. SUNDAY, MAY 12th. Kxnress will leave (Ma at u:jo A. Train 141, A. M M Louisville St Mail an. Cloverport Louis Fast Mail, will leave Cloverport at 10:40 A. M. 147 Train No. Henderson Accomodation will leave Shops at 0 It will be noted that these trains leave earlier than heretofore. I'reckinridge. Dutschke, Stephensport, sold the Government 1,400 bushels of wheat and ground it into ex;.. .11 flour. He was the only miller in the county who had wheat to turn over to the Government. II A. E. M. WOMACK. G. P. A. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... chooses to cull us. "Let me tell you that your first trip In an alrpluue Is a thing apart, absolutely new and different from any experience tliut you ever hud. "You climb Into the bus with your sweater und your leuther helmet and goggles, looking like something you would throw u raw fish to if you saw It In a cage, und the lieutenant shoves on the power and you go bumping und bouncing along the ground with u big wind in jour face und the 'prop' spinning out In front like a Dutch windmill gone craty. "Then suddenly the bumps ure gone and you go whirring swiftly und steadily up into the cleur air and sunshine y and the eurth falls awuy like a on a movie ncreeu and the foolish little people on the ground turn up their white fuces at you us you go over. "I hope I don't get mumps or liver complaint or some fool thing that will keep me out of It all. This Is my pet fear more thuu iliat of tukiug a full or getting suiushed Into." fude-awu- of thm SkjiV Oyl &2mj This country it waking up to the value of economy. It throw back the charge that it is a mpendthrift nation. t2c sT afe mfly j jeL Yu S yu hank your " about cannot economize surplus. un- - mT? (dm N our hanking. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. DENTIST OfflCS Henri' ?1 p. m. 10-- p. m. I Aiyoc In om. o hour. durlui IflMgtOn, Ij. Rev. H. C. Truman, Fordsvillc, atThousands Die of Heart Disease. tended the Annual meeting of the Heart disease still leads the nut Ion's Grand Army of the Republic which mortality lists, causing 114,171 deutha met at Covington, Ky., last week. during 1916, according to vital statisHrother Truman has not missed a tics regarding 70 per cent of the court meeting in forty years. try's population. Tuberculosis claimed 101,804 victims and pneumonia U8.H34. Suicides numbered 10,162, which U far below the average fur the past tea Subscribe now Hay For Sale In car loads'or small lots J. ijfjiiSj B. TAYLOR & SONS Lewlsport, Ky. for the News XShe Breckenridge News. MAY 15, Announcement. WEDNESDAY, 1918 rCnt'red nt the Post OflftCf iit.OIOTei port. Kj ftdftecond class nuUtor. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN THE ADVERTISING CY Wanted EVIa.e Help (Age 16 Years or Over) For Appellate Judge. We nre authorized to announce the name nl J. W. Hensorj as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Ap pellate Judge from the Second District, in the primary , August, l!lS. We are authorized to announce Judge N Settle as a candidate for re- uomimili:n for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Second District, sub ject to the AttgMti lili", primarv. W, Boys and Girls can 1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO CONCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFT GENERAL OFFICES mils FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices t 2. 80 For County Office $ 6.00 For State and District Offices f 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Wood Working Machine Men and Laborers for Box Factory Steady work. Good wages. Excellent factory conditions. Half holiday Saturdays with pay. Machine Nailers Hand Nailers I I I I I I I Classified t ADVERTISEMENTS RATE 1c I v. Help 'My window shades always look nice." Go to your windows now and your shades. See if they nre specked with tho3e tiny holes and little rned cracks that do so much to mar the looks of your windows. In shades made of Per Word Each Insertion mW JsOTK notify the editor when yon want ad vert Isemenl discontinued Advertisers plena N fm tB ? mmm mP WANTED Ouitti; Tram Schedule on WHITE MALE HELP WANTED. to incn The Li H. & St. L R'y. 1918. Apply at once, Superintendent .i.'l l.ii-,- HlVlMH Effective February 10, Arriving Irvlnc-toArrlvlne U'litsvllle No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlne Irvlneton Arriving .oulHvllle No. 14H will leave CloTeroort Arriving Irvlnuton Arriving I. oulsvllle No. 14 leave Henderson A rrNfg Owensboro .... Arrives Shops WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenshoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Kvamtvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawesvllle Arriving Owensboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport ArrlvlnitOwensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvtlle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Shops Arriving Owenshoro Arriving Henderson No. 141 MENGEL BOX COMPANY MMPnMI 12th and Ormsby LOUISVILLE, KY. city, good ntr, pool water, mm miumr nMVM I mm Co., I mploym nt I t v.irtim HfM - nod K. A vajf Aim- Ky. )wi ns'ioro. No. 143 EAST will IMV Cloverport MUM) mm, wvlgMag I'aift-- WAXTatfJ fryiinj: thick One half do tt rach. mm Mrs. j, !. mm t'lnvt ipnrt. Ky. I I I 1 1 1 Win this Wa- rby i 144' M. 10 A. M- - II :M III! P. M. 5:0H :0H T:.v, P, A P. M. P. M. M M. M W A. 7 :.'" A. 4:00 P. 3:00 I. M. M. M. Ml I. 12 :0 12:3S 1 :23 M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. M, M, 7:03 P. M, S:07 P. M. 11 7.40 P. il:40P. 37 P. 12:47 A. 1 :40 A. 2:07 A. 7:.V. M. M. M. M. A. M. 7:00 A. M. M. 9:23 A. M. :IA. WL miiiHiimi FOOD WIN $fof The brad of th 'lovernment has lie, n laid 011 the v ol market of the county, but no plans have as yet been made public by the ( '.overnment as to how it Mrs. Geo. Mullen returned home proposes to handle the wool from the from Lewisport Monday after a vis- grower. Some plan will be decided upit to relatives. on in the next few days and in the mean An informal social was given Mon- time we will endeavor to organize the day evening at the Methodist church l'o and fix Saturday the 2oth as wool-daat Irvington. for the members of the church and Sunday-schoo- l. James K. King B, I'. Hardaway Mrs. William K. Miliary, of BenChas. II, Drury ton Harbor, Mich., is here for a visSales Coin. it to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. Whoa you have backache thelivcr or kidMissEva May Elder, the 16 year neys are sure to he out of gear. Try Sanold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ol, it does wonders for the liver, kidneys and Elder, who has been ill of pneumonia y get up at iukIiI ? Sanot i l'.r ly the best for all ki.lncy or Maddrr trouMr... Sar.ol Rives relief in M hours Ir.'in .til back' ache and Madder troubles. Sanol is a guar antceil remedy. flOc and SI. no a bottle at the tlruR store. Do you WOOLMrVOOL! WANTED Ilousf and cook ly fOVJajJ man Igf livand Ittbcf mjU f ttiR on a farm. No ohtnttJ to a widow uth MM Off more children. I'an live in OMM wi:li uh or will furnis'i house near, wit ii Harden and tdace to raise chickens, if drire'l.--AddfV. C. tlamilton, AoMMOoa, Ky. Rrenlin kw--r the long waning window nhudc maLrtil I FOR SALE .,rk haria i Knit BALI T Ko,l .m.l s years old. One uood cow and calf two-yeatine milker. One old sow with J. T. Senium, Kirk, Ky.' six hahy t'iffs. ness POI - SALK. nam.- M. Ky. and hay Pair celdinits, harwagon ; known as the hearse Ilannnan, Son & Co., ("lover-I'ort- , Jersey BALI Kejjiistered Duroc two bred mw; sow with seven M0 four Kilts; all inline condition ; pedigrees furnished, Mrs. Frank Mattingly. I'lover- port. Ky. bog I ; POI I I you will find the great fault a( the ordinary (hade overcome. It it made of a closely woven cloth without that filling of chalk which In the ordinary shade so soon cricks end falls out in unsightly streaks and pin holes. Sun won't fade It nor water trot it. Made in many rich, lustrelesa tones and in Rrenlin Duplex cne eoler ou ouo tide; a different oae uo the other. Come see It. Buying Thrift Stamps 9 j. C. N0LTE & BRO. Cloverport. Ky. FOR SALK f. H. C. Power Hay Hah r with EngaMOi Com Shredder anil Stool Frame Wood Saw, a Mood combination at a bargain tooMObOfO WagOM ' 4 x Blount Wagon 24x1. Two Steel Harrows, two KMM Harrows, one Mm Plow, DlM (.'ultivator. Yellow and Whit.1 Corn, two good teams, large horses and mares. See S. S. Kngland at Post Ulhce, Tobinsport, I ml., or write. oeMtdi in .1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. KOR BALK no. is convalescent. iimmimH miiiiiiiiiiiitiiii iiiimi mini LOCAL ITEMS. llllltlllllllllllllllMllftlllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMKIIIINIt Mr. Kenneth Gilbert and Mr. Otto Fox, Stephensport, were guests of Dr. B. H. Parrish and Mrs. Parrish, several days last week. Miss Mary Jo Mattingly was in bladder. A tr.al bottle will you.. (!ct it at the drug store. convince I. r or pr100 ind torn M:ili)mtrt Bptoodld dffolllDft. eoMtrmlly writo or can Clovt-rpc, Ky. KOB cb. BALE- - KmoVn orao pmi, owM Mrs. Toy Lor Beora, Hftralnbutjt, Ky. School News and Views. Ave. By FOR RENT POX R EN T J no. I. - room eottage OM M ut ray Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. Everything in 1 I Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy Readers. OE a wtilliiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiitiimiiiiiiiiimimmntmiHMiiiiitiiiimiiniiiiiMmiimiitii ::::::: Kinder was in Hardins-bur- g Monday. Mrs. H. N. Wood spent Monday in Hardin Louisvilk shopping. J. A. Manning, Mooleyville. was in Louisville Saturday on business. Miss Irene Jarboe will be hostess to the Wednesday Club this week. Send your order for Pure Lead and Oil House Paint to Fordsville Mrs. Frank Payne will be hostess to the Ladies' Reading Club this Theodosia Matheny is in Georgia Fordsville visiting Miss Wright. Miss Edith Burn was the weekend guest of Miss Pauline Moorman in Louisville. Saturday and Sunday Owensboro visiting her sister. Miss Agneta Mattingly and aunt, Miss Florence Lewis Mr. and Mrs. J. Raleigh Meador. of Hardinsburg, will be here to attend the C. H. S. commencement and to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad. Planing Mill Co., Fordsville, Ky. Their special rate is $2.65 per gallon. Freight Paid to Your Railroad Station, if five gallons or more are ordered in one shipment. Mr. and Mrs. Priest, of Ravenna. Ky., came here Sunday to make their home. Mr. Priest has. accepted a position as Car Inspector of the L.. & St. L. R. R. Shops. David B. Phelps and his son, Billy Phelps, motored to Versailles Saturday to return home Wednesday with Mrs. Phelps and two daughters. Miss Katherine and Nancy Phelps. Mr. C. H. Hall, manager of the Cumberland Telephone Co., for this District, with Mrs. Hall and their two children, have moved into the cottage vacated by Mr. and Mrs E. G. Bailes. Kramer, of Sedalia, Mo., Addis came Monday to be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer, and to be present for the graduation exercises of his sister, Miss Xivul:i J, II. Meador. Couuly Superintendent. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS Thirty two too k the examination week. Miss H. Mrs. Fred Whitehouse and her son, Fred, Jr., returned Monday from a visit in Henderson. Mrs. Helen Adams went to Leitch-fiel- d Tuesday for an extended visit to Mrs. Armstrong. Mrs. Geo. Taul and Mrs. Ben Taul, of Mattingly, Ky., were in this city Thursday shopping. Miss Tula Babbage goes to Friday to take the County Teachers' examination. Thos. O'Reilly, of near Hardins-buris in Owensboro to visit friends and relatives for several days. lift. J. If, Matthews, of Dallas, Texas, arrived Friday for a month's visit to her mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen. Mrs. Nat Tucker has returned from West Point where she went to we her daughter, Mrs. Carl Lishen. g Kramer. Mrs. R. Perry Davis and her little daughter, Miss Jennie Ritchie Dftvia, of Warsaw, Ky., will be here Saturday to spend several weeks with Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mrs. John W. Batt, of Henderson, went to Louisville Sal in day to sec Mr. Ilatt's mother, Mrs. Statira Batt, who has been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Morrison and Mr. Morrison. Mrs. R. B. Pierce left Monday for an extensive visit to her three sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pierce. Louis1'iene. ville; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ludlow, Ky., and Mr. and Mis Rohi ert R. Pierce, of Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Edith Plank, of Hickory, N. C, who has been visiting her siste McMrs E C licDOMU and Of, Donald, in Pittsburg, Kans., arrived here Friday for a two mouths' stay with her sister .Mrs. Ira Belicn and Mr. lichen. Mrs McDonald and daughter, Miss Edith Plank McDonald, will come June first for a visit. . McGavock. Mr. and common school Diploma on May 10 it, ten at Hardinsburg and twenty-twat Cloverport. The examination for teachers county certificate will be held at Hardinsburg on Friday and Saturday, May I7 and 18. lireckinridge County War Conference will be held at Hardinsburg on Wens-day- . May 22. Speakers of State and National reputation will take part in the A soldier who has just returnprogram. ed from active service because of wounds received on the battle front, will also Kach family speak at the conference. is requested to bring dinner and spend the entire day in order to get the benifit of every number on the program. No admission will be charged to any of the programs and every family is earnestly invited to attend During the week beginning May 20 One hundred million dollars must be raised for carrying on the work of the Red Cross. Breckinridge county must raise six thousand of this amount. In the sale of Liberty lionds the American people were not asked to give, but merely to invest their money in the strongest, safest security in the world This money must be raised, anil not by dimes and quarters. This money must be contributed 111 ainouiints of five, ten, fifty, and even one hundred dollars. Get ready to make your contribution School trustees will be called upon to organize their school districts and ap point committees to make a house to house campaign, and these trustees must respond and use every effort that each community may come up with its share Lightning at Sea. When proper precautions lire tuken Khlps at seu tiro In no (lunger of being di slioyed by liyhUilng. Of all the dangers thut beset the seaman, lightning U the only one thut ho can guard iignlnst with perfect thoroughness. 1', tinaiicut conductors, properly arranged, offer the most complete protection from the electric lluld. BafoN this fact was well understood, lightning was a very frequent cause of dulimge to shipping. Iu to 1815 no fewer thuu seventy vessels of the Kuglish navy were entirely crippled by being struck. It was a uo uncommon thing for vessels to be set on tire so completely by lightning as to defy extinction, with the result that those 011 board who were not killed by the electric discharge In many Inlost their lives stances probably through being unable to let down tbe boats before tin' tire reached them. for WE WILL PAY hrOMD I. re to ?.'.(iii fur full and m:itt( r If broken Mod them at OBCf IN PO OOlm reiitlttHlire hy r luri) DOil. QOOOM City Tooth Co., ITIS Atlmtitc Ato., Cincin-UU- . Ohio. WANTKI' You to MUM) extra money by renting that spare room or your vrtnt house by running a Want Ail. in THK NJCWS. BUILDING MATERIAL C eiling, Weatlierhoarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Cilass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Piaster, Pumps, Flectrie Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Rooting Flooring, Dr. Located J. C. OVERBY DENTIST AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION permanently in HardinsbiTg, occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. Subscribe for The News WEATHERHQLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health ca 9 Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Trv a "Want Ad." IJ. W. 974-- a and Fliza Maj were visin Owensboro for the week-eniting Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Breiden-bacMisses Kva d HtnryTrant Trent IP X 0lll j: Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and msm Am tox K'4 .Kk ' ?A " ' Mr. Hugh Barrett Severs spent in Owensboro with his the week-engrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. d I Barrett. Morrison and childMrs. Clyde ren, Miss Mildred Morrison and Wallace Morrison, spent the week-en- d in Louisville. INSURANCE, n Sale Stable I Hardinsburg, : Ky TIME IS MONEY If you bad a dollar for every umiute you bave lout on account of that watch of yours loaing time, you, no doubt, would be as rich as Croesus, A man who cau repair watches aatisfactorily it Try our "Want Ads.' , puy up to Ifl ilulUrtt fgg tivl. Also , msI, (or Old Uold. Silver itud liroken Jewelry Check MM i.y rlturn tuall Hoods held 10 de,y approval of our offer. Miuer' for s, Toota laatUlly, inpt. A. soo7 s. &tii Bt., OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED DONT MATTER IF BROKEN IT IS SAD TO SEE YOUR PROPERTY DESTROYED BUT IT IS A GREAT SATISGACTION TO KNOW THAT YOUR LOSS WAS COVERED BY INSURANCE. ARE YOU INSURED? IF NOT, DO NOT DELAY IN TAKING OUT INSURANCE. IN MY OFFICE I CAN ATTEND TO THIS FOR YOU, BECAUSE I AM AG.ENT FOR SOUND, RELIABLE INSURANCE COMPANIES. i I'lilUdelpbln, Ha. Thos. Ode wait Railroad Witch Inspector Mall Prompt 0rdr Clmrport, ly. lUctlvt Prompt AlUntion M'tv ice is whut you want in ccounts. That's what you get in the collection of notes and Athis office. The same principle applies to writing deeds, mortgages, contracts, etc. :- N V. O. BABBAGE, -: Cloverport, Ky. Miss Sarah Fallon, who has been the winter with her grandmother, Mrs. Harriet Fallon, and attenrjiiitt school, wiU leave this week alter oiimiciK enient, to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe F allon, at XI a PAUL COMPTON All kind of luMuruuce Written HurdiiTKhurg, 1 : : Kentucky hvw i:iss tills wuy. lint I hcnrr! your II Long L,ive The King By 1. M. HOWARD li SON. Prop. own olllcers, indeed. MARY ROBERTS RINEHART "Go through the pockets," he ordered sternly. 0"irrltt, WIT. T RIi1wht Company CopTniht, 11(17, Mrr K"brti B1MMII Hogs r., Cnme into view under the Hush n All HlgbL U pair of gloves, a box of mutches, n silk Oandkorcblef, a card case. The up 'tit curd to the snld nothing, hut pnssed CHAPTER VIII. eliiineellor, who rend It without comment. On the Mountain Road. There was silence In the car. low gray car which carried thf The At Inst the dhMCOOof stirred. "This on Its way through the chancellor was mountains. It moved dcllherntely. for mini he took your cur ouV" "Ves. And hi' has MM returned. No two KMOM I'lrst. the chancellor was Hardinsburg, Ky. afraid of motors. He had a horseman'-hatre- other machine has passed." exchanged The secret service men and fear of machines. Second. Dealert in ho U 'im mit nf n nilnil to roust Kino glances, There was more to this than S""" ? "'" night's sleep, even to brim "PP Karl from a !1 Nikkv Urtach- '"r U'a the hand of the I'rlneess Hedwig. His t helotlg to him, and Wearing lnlenfl.,,1 wns to nut nn ..t some Ton! ''id In a vllltige not far fr.in the lodge ami ilothlng which his victim described as ennnneurs coal 01 leau.ei tn Knrl hv m....ni...r ...irlv In lluu u 1U1 n the nflbrnlQg, btfon the hunters lefti""" ftr the dav. The "Had the snow commenced when Then, all helng prepared duly and In HARRY NORTON OwMr happened?" order. Mettlleh himself would arrive. .MU men sir. duutu Wl and thlnm woiilil irn forward with Farmer. Dealer. Breeder and Feeder of HREKDBR OF "(jo out with the driver," the course?" dignity and dispatch. men, "Not officially. She knows, how The valley of the Ar deepened. The chancellor ordered one of his ever. Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. Hereford and Jersey Cattle cliff rose above them, a wall broken "and watch the road for the trucks of "How does she regard It?" here and there hy the oUtake of nar- another car. !o slowly." "Like The chancellor hesitated. So it was that, after an hour or so, Hardinsburg.; ky.. Route 2. row ravines, filled with forest trees. Webster. Ky. Ky. nan, now most voting women, she would prefer PICKOO up HWKJI There was a pause while the chains making her own choice. But that," hours obi but still clear, on the rear wheeia warn supplemented I twenty-fou- r he added hastily, "is but a whim. She by others In front, for there must he " followed it. The chancellor was C. V. ROBERTSON, When is a lovable ami unliable girl. ' " no danger of a skid. And another '"""K" Hardinsburg, Ky. ing forward. When at last the trail the time comes, she will be willing pause, where the road slanted perilI'll, .ugh." ously toward the brink of the chasm turned from the highway toward the DEALER IN Karl stared out through one of the and CaWtlOD dictated that the chancel- shooting box at Wedding, Mettlleh fell was High-Cla- ss heavily curtained windows. Horses, Mules, He lor alight, and make a hundred feet or back with something between u curse not so sure. And the time had gone and a groan. Fine Saddle and Harness so of dangerous curve ufoot. It required diplomacy to get him out "The fool!" he muttered. "The by when ofhe a would have enjoyed the Horses. girl. Now he wanted taming Rut it was Bully done, and his heavy young fool It was madness." pence was he not paying a price for IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES figure, draped lu Its military cape, At last they'drew up at au lun'lu went on ahead, outlined by the lamps the village on the royal preserve, and it? and children to inherit his kingdom. And perhaps who the chancellor, looking rather gray, of the ear behind him. NlkUy bowi d. He directed that the man know s? a little lote. Hefore him rose lie was well around the curve, and alighted. Kurl fixed him with cold eyes. "But a vision of Hedwig, her frank eyes, her the cliff was broken by u wedge oi they hud rescued he brought lu. The color that rose and fell, her soft, round before you take leave of us," be said timber, when u curiously shaped ob chancellor was not for losing Bin just Ironleally, "I should like the true story ject projected itself over the edge ol vet. lie took n room for him ut the body. "You have no reason to believe thut of the nlcht before last. Somehow, bank, and rolling down, lay almost hm, and rather cuvalierly locked him the somewhere, n letter Intended for DM she has looked elsewhere?" at his feet. The lamps brought It into i" it. "None, sire," said the chancellor sharp relief a man. gagged anil tied. The chancellor sipped hot milk and and roiled, cigar shaped, In an auto- - considered. N'ikky l.arisch a prisoner stoutly. Hy lute nfteruoou all wus arruuged, him less mobile robe. In Karl's hands caused The cham ellor turned, and called tO anxiety than it would have a month papers signed and witnessed, und the two signatures allixed, the one small his men. Then he bent over the bin;-- before. Hut What was behind it all? and cramped a soldier's hand; the At a little before live the man die. The others ran up, and cut the other bold and flowing the scrawl of What with cold and long in-- ! side the prisoner's door heard and his recent drop ever the thing inside the room, lie glanced In. a king. And Hedwig, save for the cereThe prisoner slept mony, was the bride of Kurl of Kar-nibank, the man could not speak. One All was quiet. Husk, heavily, genuine sleep. There was no of the secret service men had a It was then that the chancellor rose and held It to his lips. An amain : mistaking it. the sleep of a man warm frltuutlon. Indeed, increased by the dls- after long cold and exhaustion, weary and stretched his legs. "And now, covery that under the robe he wore, after violent effort. The agent went sire," he said, "since we are friends and other standard early maturing varieties. only his undergarments, with a sol- - out again, and locked the door behind und no longer enemies, you will, 1 know, releuse thut mad boy of mine." dler's tunic wrapped around his shoul- - him. "When do you start buck?" And as the door closed, a trap door ders. They curried him into the car Tests made by County Agents and Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station "Within nn hour." where he lay with head lolling back, from the kitchen below opened soffly Germination 90 per cent or better. "Before that time," said Karl, "you and his swollen tongue protruding. under the sleeping man's bed. With Half dead he was, with cold and Ion;; grent caution came the landlord, head shall huve him, chuucellor." And with that Mettlleh was forced anxiety. The brandy cleared his mind lirst, then shoulders. The space was Owing to limited amount and shipping conditions long before he could speak, and he crumped. He crawled up, like a snake to be content. He trusted Kurl no saw by the uniforms that he was In out of a hole, and ducked behind the more now than he ever hud. But he order at once, sending specific shipping instructions. the hands of the enemy. He turned curtains of the bed. All wus still quiet, made his adieus with no hint of trou Will ship when desired. sulkily silent then, convinced that ho suve that the man outside struck a ble in his face. Kurl stood for a moment In the open had escaped one death but to meet an mutch and lighted a pipe, other. Twenty-fou- r hours now he had Half an hour later, the chancellor's air. It wus done, then, and well done. fuced eternity, und he wus ready. prisoner, still stiff und weak, was uiak-H- e It was hard to realize. He turned to preferred, however, to die fully Ing his wuy toward the hunting lodge, the west, where for so long behind the clothed, und when, In response to his A Kuiser saw him first, and found the mountains had lurked an enemy. pointing up the bunk and to his In- - story uneiilightening. Nor could Karl, new era wus opening; peace, disarmaarticulate mouthlngs, one of the secret roused by u terrified valet, make much ment, a quiet and prosperous land. He police examined the bit of woodland more of It When the man had gone, hud spent his years of war and women. with his pocket flash, he found a pair Karl lay back among his pillows and Thut was over. When he returned to the study the of trousers where N'ikky had left them, eyed his agent. neatly folded and hung over the brunch "So Mettlleh Is here!" he said. "A agent Kaiser was already there. But of a tree. The brandy being supple-- , husty journey. They must be euger." Kurl, big with pluus for the future, Mated by hot coffee from u putent hot- "They must he In trouble," Kaiser would have been alone, and eyed the "I Want That Letter." tie, the man revived further, mude an observed dryly. And on that uncoru-efforagent with disfavor. ' was exchanged for a blank puper. 1 "Well?" he demanded. tad sat up. His tongue was pUmcntnry comment King Karl slept, "We have been able to search the want that letter." still swollen, but they made out what his fuce druwn Into a weury smile. . .. ai 11 "I know no more than you, aire. ui- - wu, in- nun neon more since tne rj,t 1( received the chancellor of chancellor's rooms, sire," the agent It is not reusonable that I would have uigm ueiore. lie wus ot Karn'.a, und t.lvonlu cordlully the next morning, go- suld, "for the articles mentioned last taken the risk I took for an envelope a king's ing himself to the lodge doorstep to night a card case, gloves, urltl a silk containing nothing." "I was coming buck from the bar- - meet his visitor, and there shukiug handkerchief, belonging to the pris"For that matter," said his majesty, rlei said thickly, "where I had bunds with him. oner upstairs. He is Captain Larlsch, "there was nothing reasonable about to the crown prince of auvt UMUBBaX dilL!!' "I am grently honored, excellency," Llvouiu." he said, with his twisted smile. (Continued next week). He hud expected Kurl to be im"And I, sire." pressed. Hut Kurl only looked ut him. Hut the chancellor watched hltu NOTICE. from under his shaggy brows. The "I know that," he said coldly. "You Maaeagaf had escaped. Hy now Karl are ulwuys Just a little lute with your To Holders of Bonds Against Breckknew the story, knew of his midnight Information, Kaiser." inridge County., Ky. Something like malice showed In the ride over tin- mountains, und the haste agent's fuce. "Then you also know, il indicated. Notice is hereby given that at the Karl himself led the wuy to his sire, thut It is this Cuptuin Larlsch study, Ignoring the chamberluln, und with whom rumor couples the iiuuie of last regular term of the Breckin Mood uside to let Mettlleh enter. the I'rlncess Hedwig." He stepped back ridge County Fiscal Court, and or- Then he followed and closed the door. a puce or two ut sight of Karl's face. ler was entered dircting the Treas "It Is a long time since you have "Y'ou requested such Information, sire." urer ot Hreckinndge County, KenIRVINGTON, KY. For answer, Karl pointed to the door. tucky, to honored Karnlu with a visit," Karl ob- advertise for all outstand For some time ufter he had dis ing aerred. "Will you sit down?" bonds now held against said Karl himself did not sit. He stood missed the ugent, Kurl puced his county, which are past due. And negligently beside the mantel, uu urm library alone. Kaiser brought no unverified inforinutlon. Therefore the the Treasurer of said County is orMrelehed along It. ".Not since the buttle of the Ar, thing wus true. Therefore he hud hud dered and directed to refund, or sire," replied the chancellor dryly. Ho bis enemy In his hand, und now was renew all of such bonds by taking bail headed an urmy of Invasion then. pledged to let him go. For U time, in and destroying the old ones and Karl smiled. "1 hope that now your then. Karl paid the penalty of many issuing a series of new bonds in misdeeds. Ills triumph wus ashes lu their place and stead. Having ready cash for sudden emergencies is possible errand Is moru peaceful." Kor answer the chancellor opened u his mouth. Renewal li mils will bear five per only when you have saved a part, of your salary What if this boy, lnfutuuted with in from four to five portfolio he curried, und fumbled years. umoug its pupers. Hut, huvlug found Hedwig, had hidden somewhere on the wages. Start with a small deposit if necessary. InAll holders of such bonds will What, roud Olgu Loschek'a letter? be right one, he held It without open ntanaa nraatnl same to the Count) crease it as you can and soon you will have a substaning It. "Hefore we come to thut, sire, then, If he recovered It und took It to Court Clerk or the undersigned What if you huve here, I believe, detained for Hedwig? tial interest-bearin- g account, and a feeling of safety, But ut last he seut for the prisoner Treasurer of Ilreckinridge County, some struiige reusou, a Captain Lur-lscupstulrs, und waited for htm with both on or before June 1st, iyi8, after contentment, pride and independence. he puused for efThey Carried Him Intc the Car. nick date all interest on such bonds fect "to his royul highness, the crown Jeulousy and fear in his eyes. Five minutes later Nlkky Larisch will cease. J.I lie e Of LlVOUlU." dlapatcbea to the officer in carried Kurl gluuced up quickly, "l'erhups, wus ushered Into the red study, und Where it is no; C 'n.enient for the churge. On my return a mun hulled if you will describe this gentle- huving bowed, an insolent young bow bond holder to present bonds for me Iroin the side of the road, m ar ut that, stood and eyed the king. " man where you found me. 1 thought lhat "1 huve aent for you to releuse you," renewal it is suggested that he may "Nonsense," aald the chuucellor testsend same to either of the banks in he desired to be tukeu on, und slopped BANK, said Karl. Ky. ily. "You have him. We huve traced my cur. Hut he uttucked me. He wus Nlkky drew a long breath. am Hardinsburg, Ky., who will act at W. J. 1'IUOOTT. Hrtwldeut him here. Although by whut .minority J. 0. HA YNE, CiuUWt urmed und I wus not. He knocked me you hold his agent in making the transfer J. M UKUNUUN, J. D. LYDIMN. Asat. him I fall to uudersluud. 1 grateful, aire." veusclexg, und when I uwukeiied 1 wus am "You huve been interceded for by Paul Compton, here to Und out what you huve above the road, umoug trees. I guve the chancellor of Livonia, General Treasurer of Breckinridge Coundone with him." myself up when the snow commenced. Class For Printing try ty, Kentucky. "Done wUu him'" echoed Kurl. "If MetjJich jvijo has Just gone." Breckearidge News, rnr coming and made a desperate effort." "Then,' asked one of the agents, "tliese nre not your elothes?" "They are his, sir." The nt'i nt jirodueed n Mush llcht and Inspected the gnnnanta, BofON the cnnneaUor'i eyes button hy hntton. strnp on the sleeve, star on the ctilT, eimie Into view the uniform of n of his own regiment, the M iliers. Thru one of his own nun hud ilone th.ls Infnmous thing, one of his cn-tu- 11 il v'" an CaptaJl Larlsch you refer to a maib man 1 the nitbt before last "I do, sire. .Madiaan is the word." "He Is a pri aicr," Karl said. In a new tone, stern enough now. "He assaulted and robbed one of my men. That he He slide certain documents. lias not suffered for It already was well, because 1 believed that UN unfortunate distrust between your country and mlue, excellency, was about to end." Lot the A threat that, undoubtedly. Hall nrriinu'cnient DOtWOM Kurnla and U Glen Dean. Ky. I l ROltRTSOI. Prnnrlalor voiilu lie made, with Hedwig lo seal the bargain, and MUky was safe Polled Durham Cattle Glen Dean, Ky. Poland enough. Hut let Livonia demand i China Hogs. Short Horn much, or not agree at all, and Nikky Polled Durham a d Shorthorn i as lost. Thus did Xikky Larisch play Cattle. Hampshire Sheep game of nations. Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs his small part in the Have won Kil'O Ribbons at State Fairs "Suppose," said Karl unci ii"i:-- i "that we discuss lirst another more la Past Years In matter. I confess to a certain impatience." He bowed slightly. TIM chancellor hesitated. Then lie glanced thought fully ut the paper in W. J 0WE SONS Ids hand. Proprlttlfi Dealer in and Breeder of Through a long luncheon, the tWO Ky Route 1 Hardinsburg, Jh alone and even the servants Polled Durham and Shorlhnrn Cattle, Pomissed, through a longer afternoon, land China Hogs and Plymouth negotiations went on. Mettlleh fought Poland China Hogs a Specialty Rock Chickens bard on some points, only to meet Polled Durham Cattle Karl stood firm. The great fort-KaHardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 as the border must hereafter contain only nominal garrisons. For the seaport strip he had almost doubled his price. The railroad must be ORCHARD HOME FARM completed within two years. "The Princess Hedwig." Karl snbi G. P. MAYSEY. Proprietor suddenly. "She has been told, 01 G. N. Lyddan Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THE HOWARD Duroc FARMS Directory of Dealer Shorthorn Cattle poi-tan- t Hampshire Sheep Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm t Thos. O'Donoghue Beard Bros. Live Stock and de-fe- Tobacco Park Place Irvington, Webster Stock Farm Farmer and Feeder t'"' This Space for Sale This Space fort Sale ! Seed Corn AtReasonable Prices Write or Phone for Samples and Prices Yellow Dent s. some-nctio- Johnson County White, Boone County White - E DINGER & COMPANY, Grain Dept. Louisville, Ky. t, - p Daybreak Fertilizer Wall Paper Square Deal Fence Index Fence Buttermilk Toilet Soap 5c per cake - Economy Jar Caps 25c per dozen I Q McGlothlan & Son XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX! PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS or h, Sa fety Honesty Courtesy Service 1 FIRST STATE Irvington, cLir I High Job The Precocious IN AIRPLANE DEAL Boy Youth Kills Himself Over Alleged Theft. HOUSED PLAINLY Did America's Pt Columbian Civiliis- tlon Come From Egypt? Is Now Question. Equip Your House and Your Wardrobe Sculptor Charged With Criticizing U. S. Board to Help His Own Firm. SOUGHT TO OUST MEMBERS Prof. IBM Smith developed In nn extraordinarily Interesting manner the Former Czar and Czarina Have thesis that the pre- - 'oluinbian civilizations of Anmrica Of at loa- -t many imNo Gas, Electricity or London. Few cases of suicide In portant features In those civilizations years hnve nttrncted ns much recent Bathroom. were not truly aboriginal, but came attention us that of Master Arthur in a (Bit BfBl wave from Asia BOOM reKnsterhrook, precocious son of n the lMlsV in. the original starling tired colonel In the llrltlsh army. The point of tfcn Bluet remarkable characyoungster killed himself with cyanide FAREOFMOSTFRUGALNATURE teristic being Rgvpt, of potassium. He had BOM experimentI Declared Chemistry to fee His Life's Sole Desire and Happiness. as Uncle Sam Equips His Men-of-War hCfl o lo buy for yourself, your family or you your home, the most economical Blld satisfactory way , ing In chemistry, to which hi- was He presumably was driven to Document Made Public at Washing- his act hv the discovery lint he had ton Bare Alleged Plan to Use Prestaken some chemical apparatus from ident Wilson's Help for his school to his homo. Although he had merely borrowed It. there was an Own Ends. Insinuation that he was guilty of theft, New York. May l.'t. SUM Ilorg- - A latter left by IBs boy is as follows: "To whomsoever shall And this: IdllS, tlCCUScd Of I'.MVirlU Sought Ht'CTI'tl.V "Today will be my last day on this ii capitalise his frltmlnhlp with PiwaV I cannot planet. stand the prospects dent Wilson by ondertaklng to of what Is comlnc, so good by. chi a pffYate airplane cornpnny, Ismy life's sole desire ami happiness. sued ii formal statement denying "imv What will happen afterward I cannot COBOectlOfl BOW Of ill any time" with coocern et tell, but I hope that my spirit will iiny airplane production travel to another planet anil a Qod " III my plu in organise u company, forgive and let me have another chance, Washington! May IE Documents "Since New Year I have not toothed iiiikIi' available from tlx' ofliclal BteS of the vitiunwni show that Qutaon anything, and .lust ns I thought that Rorglam, tin sculptor, whoes charges the whole unhappy business was over ;uainst I lie aircraft program have It'll this happens ami Utterly ruins my life. And I hope the verdict will not be tefU i r . ns bavin;; 10 Hm Impending been tontied with negotiations for poraiily insane,' because I am not. "A last word. I should like my stun the establishment .!' n ho WM that does not belong to the school to he corporation, in which given to K. V. Teare, In my form, tn ho n xiii'iit partner. Negotiations between, Borgtum, Hugo at SchOOi It will help him on In tho fiihson, connected with Hm British sraf work that I Intended tn follow. "flood-bninmmu. tho onlv friend I talaaloa in tho Catted Btatea, and Ren hope that Leslie Wilson toa Mix f the Dodgn Manufacturing had, and I also me. So, good-bychembegan last De- w ill remember COmpaay of Wisconsin, istry, that I love and adore and die cember, the documents show. A statefor. ment by Mix. included in tho docu"P. S. QOd save my soul." ments, tolls how ho withdrew after beIlls father asked the aulhorltles for coming suspicious of BorglUtn'l activito preserve the letter, but ties and reported the affiiir to Ilowiml permission said the coroner Coffin, tbaa head of Dm slrcrafl pro"I think It BMWtl bettor If you (lo not duction hoard. have such a tragic document.'' The docunieiits w hich Inivo begfl supplied from tho official files of tho wnr EVERY SOLDIF.R FOR department mid are now in (tea hands KIT Of senators most Intimately connected with tile aircraft Investigation, declare Red Cross by Packed Comforts that BorglunUI continued his BSgOtlB' Women for Each Man in rions after I'reshleiit Wilson authorized Trenches. him to mnke an linpriry into the airBvery American snl- craft situation. Washington. "Could Do Anything With Wilson." dlor who enters the trenches carries of tho negotiations an American Hod Cross comfoi f ;it A summitry Signed by Henry HafftaOB Supleo, who packed by an American woma 'i, Ma.). noted ns consulting engineer for Mix, James II. Perkins, Hed Cross commisIn a docliiros that BorglUBl WM to lie sioner to Europe, announced in tlio corporation by u Mr. cablegram to Hod cross baa do Barters Harris and that Bof glUffl'l "solo IBBtt hero. The kits, which contain towel. in the transaction was to ho, tirst, his shirt, writing piper, poneil, soap. friendship and nssochition personal handkerchief, socks, mirror and tobac whom, ho co, have become a great convenience to with President Wilson, stated, he could do anything ho wanted the ays Major Perkins, who with." wants more of them, particularly ones Suplee's statement further doclarcs with socks and tobacco. that BorgttUB gave him to understand in t the personnel of the aircraft board WOMEN MAKE FINE RECORD was "highly distasteful to him" and that ho proposed to change It "by virat New Berlin, 0., Cross tue of his friendship with President Red Almost Workers Supply of ArtiDouble Wilson" and asked Supleo to suggest cles Asked for. places. men pro-Brotinls-try. Practicslly Condemned to the Life of Daughters Allowed to Recluses Come and Go Freely, but Son Is Closely Guarded. Paris. Thomdi things Russian are rather In disfavor just now, a short account of the life led by the llotna-nofffan former Imperial family, may prove of Interest. m alreraft-pfoducin- l., y, , : for the Senator Hitchcock, chairman of the said tho comn rent ft subcommittee, mittee had determined more than a week ago that liorglum's testimony would he worthless t them. and. therefore, the exposure would not halt the senate Inquiry. Report! "f liorglum's activity in attempting to form an airplane company already hail reaoheil the committee, and BorghUB himself, when asked to produce witnesses to substantiate his charges of profiteering and Intimations of criminality In the development of aircraft, had failed to make good. The BorglntS exposure, however, appears to he complete, and it Is disclosed that discovery of his persona! Interest In airplane matters caused President Wilson to withdraw all support from the BorglWW aircraft inquiry I i New Berlin, O. This village, where the residents are so patriotic ihey w ant the nnnie changed, has another record for patriotic service. Wit Ii about "."ill women available the Red Cross workroom hero has an attendance of at least Tho So workers every day it Is open. women go at eight o'clock in he morning, eat dinner there, and do not leave until Id p. in. They have turned out Bg bathrobes, where the government sked for only BO, and they did the work In two weeks, although they were allowed one month. I I HAIR 64 INCHES LONG and to appoint a commission headed by II. Snowden Marshall of New York lo make a thorough investigation of the aircraft oollnpse. BOLSHEVIKI FIGHT THE HUN Reports of Improvement in the Eastern Situation Reach the British Capital. London, May HI. Tho Fxehnnge Moscow cot respondent Telegraph's says the Russian council of conimis- snries has received Information to the affect thai the city of Boat off, on the lion (reported by Berlin to have been occupied by German troops Thursday), has boon recaptured, the German thrown back SO miles. Russian cavalry Is reported pursuing the (ier- ho-in- g jHf' llHHMF XifggHI VlHiHrat TBrnTBUBr HggW Burae. OSTEND FAIRWAY IS LOCKED Aviators' Photographs Confirm Success of Blockade Enterprise of British Navy. London. May Bg llrltlsh aviators hare photographed (Attend harbor, con-Iouter-n.1114 that Friday morning's prise against the submarine base was entirely successful and that the fair-The old cruiser Way 's BOW blocked. Vindictive,, which was sunk at the en trance to the harbor, was manned by a lieutenant Tt'l volunteers, Including atcommander and four engine-roobe longest bbIi la the United states tendants who had taken part in the is tin? proud MBBMslM of u matron of Eeebruggo attack. Boston, Mrs, A. I., lludro, her glorious tresses measuring 04 Inches, or 54 Eight Drown. Skiff Overturns, feet. Her nailing buir Is tho euvy of Monongalielu City, l'a., May i:i. all her feminine friends, and, while Eight men w i re (n ow nod ami eight Mrs. lludro admits It is u tremendous others narrowly escaped the same fate task to keep such heavy tresses In a hen n skiff In which tho men were proper order, she does not cure to lose crossing the Monouguhelu river near a slugle strand. ' here wus overturned. 1 ce IbhBShgSr jSji 1 Tobolsk has been called the "City of Death.'.' its temperature rarely rising above the freezing point. Most of its houses are built of wood, the one where the Imperial family lives being one of the lew brick buildings in mat part of the country. Its ground floor Is occupied by a Company of soldiers installed there as a guard. The two upper lloors, Consisting of 14 rooms most simply furnished, constitute the apartments of "Colonel Konianof." There Is neither running water nor gas. net that electricity nor bathroom. The servants are obliged to draw from a nearby well the water needed for The rooms are household purposes. heated by brick ovens which burn wood. The largest room is not more WAYS OF KEEPING YOUTHFUL than 1ft foot by 10 foot. The windows of the house look out Man Who Is Determined Not to Grow There 'Hi an unattractive landscape. Old Really Hps Only to "Make r is not oven n garden where the an Effort." might die and forget his boredom. A narrow balcony and a courtT sc It In my rhanclns hair, yard Inclosed by Ugh brick walls furI ree It In my gtsnrtag lieir, spots for the nish the only breathing Mr Kr.mtJK thirst (or early aews. It la a f.ict, I am gTeViag olJ. Imperial prisoners. And so groviag eld Is just u ease of Live Life of Recluses. Nicholas Romanoff and his wife are fiiiiiin what imc's looking fec otieerrea practically condemned to the lives of the MlBiieapntli JoonsaL a bmib that the time has come for blm tn recluses. Their sole outing consists hi attending BMM at the cathedral of the lie old, and so Issstead of bracing up. Annunciation or at a neighboring mon- Ignoring the symptoms and finding astery or going to tho public baths, saase other explanation for the change 'n the color of his hair, be neglects his where ns a special favor the revolutionary authorities permit them to dress, valka wiih ii stoop, Bees a cane, bathe once a week. Whenever they go stops taking exercise, cats too ranch, out they are escorted by a platoon of Indulges in reminiscences, retiree from soldiers commanded by four officers of imsiiu ss, end in general acquires the foolish habit of groa'lag old. the guard. Hi- should remember that it is possiThe fare imposed upon the prisoners Is of tho most frugal nature. Once BO ble to keep a youthful spirit, an active customed to the delicate refinements mind, an Interest in carrent events and of Krenoh. cooking, they are forced to a purpose to serve his fellows, and that be content with ordinary Russian Ba who does these things will always dishes: pllng a sort of roll covered lie young. The fact (hat women generally dewith caviar; bortsch, n thick soup habit and vegetables; cline to contract the mnde of boots and other that some men have also resisted the kaladsB, a cheese paste. The people of Tobolsk show neither temptation to fall Into It would seem hostility nor sympathy toward the ex- to indicate that if th"se who do yield iled family. Life In the small town Is to It would only take the advice of consistently monotonous. The exist- Dunabey to liis wife, and "make an efence of the former emperor drags fort," they would learn how foolish along in drab sadness. Now and then and how unnecessary It is to grow old. ho Is authorized to receive the visit of Henry Clay's Diplomacy. two faithful high functionaries whom the revolutionary government permitThe following is an instance of ted to accompany him In his exile Henry Clay's readiness In getting out Count rredeilka and General Voyekov. of a difficult situation. On one occaTo them ho ronftdos his regrets, his sion a vote Be had (liven in congress , memories ami his hopes. offended one of Ills constituents who Nicholas Romanofl' said recently to Bnbralded him for It and declared Be General Voyekov In an accent of prowould never BRaln support him for congress. found resignation : Meeting this constituent on the court "Has my life not always been that of a prisoner? I do not regret my lost green Mr. Clay said to him: "I am power. All I ask Is to bo allowed to sorry you will BOt SgalB support BM retire to Crimea, where I could live for congress because of a vote I gave When your surrounded by flowers. I feel more on a certain measure. than over that I would ho peaceful and rifle misses Are do you throw It away?" "No," replied the constituent, happy ns a simple citizen of n republic." "I do not throw It away." "What do Ills resignation in no wise Is shared you do with it?" asked Mr. Clay. "Why, by the former Czarina Alexandra. Ev- I pick my Hint and try It atinln," reerything in her now mode of life plied the constituent. "Welt," said Sir. wounds, shocks and irritates her. Clay, "are you going to throw me away Nowadays Alexandra devotes herself because I have missed tire once? Won't to her children, whom she teaches not you let me pick my Hint and try agalnl to resign themselves but to remember, Won't you treat me as you do yoW ritle What makes he;- - most indignant is that when it misses fire?" This ready reply satisfied the conBhe is allowed neither to write nor receive letters that are not opened by stituent and completely won him over, the revolutionary officers. She con and he was ever after one of Clay's must faithful supporters lu his candistantly refieats to her daughters: "Never forget what wo are forced dacy for congress. to hear at the present moment." Her only confidante Is Countess Mr.n Has Copied Nature's Work. who was her lady In Waiting Marble, In nature, owes its crystaland who was allowed to follow her to line structure to volcnic heat. Hut Tobolsk. iBfeOlOUB man uses heat to counterAlexis Closely Guarded. feit the volcanic rocks. Hy such means, If the grand duchesses are allowed with Suitable materials, he makes to come and go freely In the town bricks ami emckery, which are without the vexation of any BvWOfJ stones. The processes employed lance, tho same thing Is not true of the in the manufacture of chlnaware are Alexis, who Is merely workshlp imitations of those Trince familiarly known us Alloscha, can go used in the laboratory of nature. out and play In tho public parks when Volcanic rock granite, trap or what ever he likes, but ho is watched by not Is the very symbol of iiupcrlsli.i- guards specially attached to his person. biiity; but the srtlneial stones (such The .(laughters of the former czar as brick and chlnaware) produced by lead a simple life. Orand Duchess the fusion of particles under the action Olgn. the most serious of them all, has of heat are BBBMUJI the most enduring enrolled herself among the voluntary of known substances. nurses of a military hospital to which are sent convalescents from Siberia For Those Fond of Parrots. and where she conscientiously passes The Toyafc'e by steamship i BBTf day. several hours a Grand Duchess Marie has taken up kard on parrots, winch are stored lu stenography and typewriting tn hatp the !,ol4, commonly in close proximity her father write ills memoirs. Rut he to the BBgjBM room. Coiiscquciilly they dletates nothing and writes notliiog. are apt to reach their final destination One should be Sometimes be loins out of the only In a sickly condition. Afwindow, which nTOsionkl 0M town, Careful to make sure lu buying an and watches Ills (hlldren w hen thev go rican parrot that It Is a healthy bird. There are hundreds of species of parHe wears the undress fur a walk. uniform of a colonel of the I'revbu.ieu-nk- l rots and the most beautiful of them ami puts on a dignified air as all ure the cockatoos, native exclusivesoon as ho thinks he is being observed. ly of Australasia. The gjlMftg of the American inacuws. Hut when he thinks himself alone bis tribe ure the back loses Its stiffness, be hid M his Neither the macaw nor the cockutooo face In bis hands and this Is ordinarily much of a talker, but man whose hair hus turned quite BBBBgtaBgdly specimens are very clever white, falls Into melancholy brooding. st conversation. ' de-iiioM-agurti-ticlcare-liiiod Professor Smith believes, says sci ence Progress, that lb.' extremely pe culiar culture of Bgjrpt was spread net ward by nrartners, mainly Phoenl-Innfor several centuries afrcr H. C. siiO. To (note the author's own w rda, sMtlal dements he thinks thai "in, of India of the ancient Civilisation drillBBtlnm), fBftbcT (tho India, the Malay BrchipelagOt Oceania ami America were brought in sion to ouch of these placi s by mari ners, whose Oriental migrations began as trading Intercourse between il"' Baton Mediterranean ami India some time after hhi It. C and that the highly complex ami artiikial culture Which they spread abfl ad was derived largely from Bgypl (not earlier than dynasty), but also inthe twent.v-tirs- t many important accretion-cluded from other Sources, anil that after in versing Asm and Oceania ami becotn-in- g laodllled on the way, the Stream finally "continued for many centuries to play upon the I'aclMc littoral of America, where It was responsible for planting the gen is of ti.;' remarkable civilization." s, to gjtj (he host you CM BfTofd, gxgCtty what Uncle Satu docs for liis men ami MtJ what excellent returns ho fjRftt, When you boy from us you uel lite bttl at reason-BDprices ami Mtrg nioncv to bay Thrift Stamp. to do it is This is See our line of MILLINERY for Women and Children UNDERWEAR. SHOES. HOSIERY. DRESS MATERIALS lu eataliles we have everything that Mr. to eat. I!ncr want-yo- u BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. I. B. YOUR LEADING MERCHANT RICHARDSON GARFIELD, KY. 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Miss Jessie Martin spent the week end with Mrs Margaret Chamberlain. Mr and Mrs. Glen Uurgar, Miss Kula Neafus and Mr. ode Wholnnv motored to llrandenburg Tliursdav. Misses Nell Smith, Mabel and Nellie Adkins, Mrs. N Gardner. Jess Gardner J. M Herndon and Kai'leigh Herndon Wire in Louisville last week. J f Vogel was ip Owensboro last Thursday enroute to Kvansvills When lie attended Ihe Iudiaua Knight Tern plars' conclave Uiggs spent the week end in J ( I Miss Chlora Mae Seaton. Cloverport has baen the guest of Miss Virginia J I le Head. Gut-drHr imlette has linislied Probationary term at the city the Hospital and is now proudly wearing the cap anil ksrchief. Congratulations Miss y M iss Smith, Owensboro is visiting relatives in this community. A Ca nidi, in soldier who is just from Guedr y. Miss Bodl thi font will lectjre at tha Prtfby IS. He will speak In interest of the Red Cross fund. F.fsrybody cordially Invited. W W Haxtar, Hoi kvalc visited hia mother last waek Freinds are sorry to hear of tha illness of Miss Anna II. Cardan. Wilson returned from Mrs B Oklahoma last Friday where sha has been the guest of her daughter. Mrs Sua Simmons has rt coved a handsome photograph of har grandson, Krnest Adron llcoe, Jr., Los Angles, Cal . age two and one half months His father la a wide awake Insurance mm and one cf our home boys. Mrs. J 0 Chapin was in Louisville last week. The School and Civic League mat Friday aftarroon. new officers were elected Mrs Nora Board, President; Mrs J. M. Herndon. Vice President; I'rof II R. Kirk, Treasurer; MissOra Hendricks, Secretary. Mrs. i'hoeiieiia Galloway went to Louisville Saturday to make her homo with her son, l. H. Galloway. Mrs Milton Dcweil was stunned by ligntnirg last Thursday morning and was speechless for several hours Mrs Agnes Cash returned from Kedlield. Iowa. Thursdav where she has been tha guest of Mr. and ,V rs. Tom Harks. She left Saturday for Louisville to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Minnie Chltwood Mrs Margaret Chamberlain entertained at a six o'clock dinner Thursday complimentary to tha High School Graduates. Misses Virginia Head. Ruth Marshall and Virginia Bandy. Covers were laid for ten, M sses Mary , Hardir, Kvelyn Gross, Ava Ruby Haynes Hook, Lnrene Reevi s, Evelyn and Nell Ilramlette. Red Cross Headquarters will be open and Friday on Monday, Wednesday Three units have been aftarroon. organized with the following Captians, Mrs. N II. Neihertou, Mrs Margaret Chamberlain ard Mi3s Kllen Munford BRECKINRIDGE-BANl- f A. B. SKILLMAN. of cloverport -- RAY President SECURITY-WE LEWIS HEYSER, Acting Cashier I THE BANK OF SERVICE CONTENTMENT ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Thrift STONE ROOT AND BUCHU COMPOUND RED CROSS liny and War Savings Stamps Of unexcelled value for the treatment of kidney diseases. Pains in the back and burning sensations are symptoms of kidney troubles, which are quickly overcome by use of this remedy. This and more than one hundred other Red Cross Remedies sold and guaranteed only by A. H. 1'ishcr, Cloverport, Ky. lurgo amount.of material for Hospital Sad Helglan supplies arc ou liand Come do your bit ami do your bast. Mr anil Mrs. C. H. Amater, Bowling Green will arrive next waek to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Iht ir Barents. A Crcpc Blouses A new assortment just received $3-7- 5 Bonnie B Veils 10 and 25 cents veil imported from b ranee--th- e favorite of all iconen just slip it onblack and medium brown. This is the slip-o- n original White, Grey, Flesh and Old Rose PnVDf. Mra. Adele Conniff her son, Lieut. has received notice from Washington stating that W. N. ConailT has d ai Dresses for the Girl Graduate France. K. K. Iieeves and family will Kev leave June the first for Ailairvillai where ha will have charge of the Pres byterian church. Mrs U. H. Ludlam will return to I). &i Friday after a Washington, three week's visit with her parents,! safe in Clothes for this important event should be well chosen With this idea in mind, we have selected some very pretty materials in Sheer white, and accessories. We would be glad, indeed, to show vou. Useful Hat-dy- Mr. anil Mrs. J. B. liiggs. Mr. Lud-lam has enlisted in the Naval Service during Mrs Luclam's absence. 1 THURSDAY )NT, The Selection of Suits For the Boy's Graduation Is important. They should he chosen with utmost care and consideration for future service. Our stock consists of carefully chosen numbers of H. 6c S. C, and Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, selected not alone for their beautiful patterns, but for their superior wearing qualities. You can not buy a better suit for the price MEAL WHEATLESS t NO IMU M- CRM TAfTKY (M RRLAJOArr I ir&sn " i. K1.SU. - CONTAIN No WNBsKf ''I1' NIL Graduation Gifts For Girls Pumps Gloves HARDINSBURG Miss Klizi Pile, Monk was the ftuest of her hr'lhr, Mr. War'e I'ile ami Mrs. Pile last TusHdajl Bid Wednesday. Jewelry Eight If Swift & Company Made No Profit The cattle raiser would receive only t'k the graduation last Friday and S .turday. Parasols Handkerchiefs Silk Hosiery i xumica-tio- n Ys cent a pound more for his cattle So small is Swift & Company's profit on any single transaction that if it were turned over to the cattle raisers of the country, they would receive only Va cSnt a pound more for cattle than they receive now. Swift & Company pays for live cattle about 90 of the amount received for The dressed meat and remaining 10 pays for packing-hous- e expense, freight to market, operation of distributing houses and profit. Swift & Company's actual figures per head for 1917 on over two million cattle were as follows: ts. Receipts From By products $ 24.09 20 Payments (8.61 9 r li at '; sl' Selling Fr.l(M Profne Wv.unf Paid From for Live Meat $68.07 74 Cattle $84.43 91 Total $93.06 Total $93.06 This net profit of $1.29 per head averages Va cent a pound live weight. And out of this small net profit dividends must be paid to shareholders. Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift ft Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Year Swift & Company, U.S.A. Mr. John L. Shaw was in Louisville Snurday on bui.iness. Lieut. Keen Johnson aud Mrs. Johnson returned la Ft. Funston Fiiday after a short visit to li i parents, kev. aud Mrs. Robert Johnson. U the Mrs. Prank Rhodes, guest of her sister, Mrs. Johu O'Reilly. Mis. M.uie Wethington, Owensboro has been the guest of her daughter, Bister Roberta at St, Romautds High Schocl. Paul Compton m u'.e a business trip to LiJvingto'n last Week. V.t. and Mrs. Alhert Hiwkins re the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mic ij.ili Kobbins. Mr. ami Mrs. Dent Brown received a message last week saving a little gir had arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Boston Dutscbks'a home iu Louis ville. Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Moorman received word from their sou, Henry DeH e i Moorman last Saturday that he had arrived in France. ('en. David R- Murray lias returntd from a leiigtliy stay In Ohio with bid son. Stephenson is building a Dr. R. T. house on the lot next to Air. Hobei 's residence, that lie rcccUiv purchased from Mr. Paul Hasham Gus Shellman was in Louisville la-- t week on business. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kiuchcloe have returned fiom Louisville Mr. Warren May, Amconda, Mod'., is the' guest of his moiher, Mis. Mar garet May. Miss Ethel Meador has finished t lit Hardin School and returned home. Mrs. Netta Phelps and Mrs. Hiram Phelps were iu Louisville last week. Mrs. P. M. Beard and daughter, Miss have returned from Virginia Louisville. Mrs. Isabel DjII iveu and neice, Miss BloeSO Hsadllok panl Friday aud Saturday in Louisville shopping. Mrs. M D. Board IMS returned from a two week's vi it to lier parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Henj imin Rsibinson iu Louisville. The fifth and sixth grades iu our school are all numbers of the Ned Cross and wei,t over the top, in their Community Houd couti ibutioc. They are very euthuaiastic workers. There will bespeaking by a Canadian who has just returned from "over there"' at tile Court House Thursday afternoon. The twenty second there will be au all day service of the Red Cross in couuec lion with the War Council. Rev. Cautrill, Conference Evangelist . for the M. church, will begin a protracted meeting at the M. church the sixth of June. Mr. Henrv Barnetts, Virginia was the guest of his cousin, Mrs. Tnomas With , . For 'Boys Hats Belts Shoes The remainder Ladies and of $15.00 to $30.00 Our Spring Line of Coat Suits at Misses Coats and Silk Hose Silk Shirts Crepe Shirts 25 per cent Reduction From Regular Price. B. F. Special Toilet Soap ers aud Mr. Withers last week. Misses B annul Meador and F.lmita Lyons spent Saturday and Sunday in C'ister the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Meador. Murray Hrown, Piuevi'.le is the ROSS I i( his parent, Mr. uud Mrs. Ous Brown. BEARD & CO. Violet 'Buttermilk 5c Rosemary Elder Flower XXXXKXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXX For Early Summer W e can Supply you with everything you need in the way of Summer Clothes. Ammons Mrs. Cal Morcan cava a supper in , .1 n trior 01 oei sun, i ii .K.n. utiuci l mn.4n prtviMM to his leaving for Camp Z;icliary Taylor Miss Carrie Severs spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Dora Barger. Miss Gertrude Barger is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs i A i For the Men carry a special line of Curlee Clothing, Peter's Shoes and Straw Hat. We For the Women Our Dress Goods of Ginghams, Percales, Lawns and Voiles are most attractive and will be suitable to make lip into house dresses and dress-u- p dresses for the woman of exclusive taste. Lue Severs. Miss NY a y Mitchell was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Morgan Saturday and Sunday. lrvin Horsley gave a social Thursday evening in honor of his friends who enjoyed the occasion. Miss Blanch Horsley is visiting her sister, Mrs. Huby l.amkius this week. Stcphensport held Kev. Gentry, services at the Christian church Saturday aud Sunday evening. Guy Ncllson and his brother, Deunis Nellson were called to Camp Zachary Taylor Monday. Miss Dura Dome returned home Mon dtyfroma week's visit to Miss Judy Horsley. Miss Myrtle Styles was in Stephens-por- t Wednesday having deutal work dona. James T. I'ool has recovered from a bad case of meaalee. Mrs. Fannie Dome, Siephensporl was here the first of the week yislling her mother. Alhert Fool was the guest of Miss Hatie Balou Sunday Miss Gracia and May Chappell suent Sunday witb Mias Gultie Nsllaon. We are buying hens in our produce department J. R. WILSON Glen Dean. Ky. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: NOTICE FLOUR USERS The U. S. Food Administration requires ttiat every miller of wheat Hour make one grade of flour, know n as "100$ Flour." Our brand known as Snow Drift has always been our Hest Patent and each bag is so labelled, and we will continue to use this same bag with same label until our present supply of old bags is out and then they will be labeled "100$ I lour" but under the same brand SNOW DRIFT. We ate allowed to continue the making of our famous brand of EXTRA FANCY Respectfully yours, SELF RISINO. Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Go,, U Hardinsburg, Ky. M S. Food Administration License No. 0852