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XLII ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Pajfes No. 47 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1918. devoting his time solely to this work and his closing remarks were centered upon the importance of the War Fund Drive. EXPERIENCES RELATED By SIX RECEIVE C. H. S. DIPLOMAS SOLICITORS FOR WAR FUND DRIVE Presented by Supt. McCoy at Fourth Annual lad Decoration Private Suiter of Going One Man Sold $15,000 Cloverport Divided in Sections. Worth of Bonds. Clover-por- t Mrs. Will Itewley entertained Saturday Commencement Exercises Services, May 30, Dowell over The Top to the Workers are Busy Seeking to evening with a pound party in honor of Friday Night. Grand HonGraveyard, Hensley, Ky. ...A People- Served With Mr. Arch Pulllam, who is known to her tlii rt y eight anniversary. Raise the City's Quota. or Pupils Given Notice. Exhis friends along the Hendersn Route Great Day Expected. Canadian Army Two Years. 11. Meador attended J the races in a "Capt. Pulllam," made a specie cellent Address by McHenry The solicitors for the American Ked Louisville last week. Civilian Gives Interesting trip over the road during the Third We rejoice over the success of the J. H. Carter went to Louisville Tuesday Rhoads. Cross War Fund Drive started out Figures of Red Cross Work. Liberty Lon drive in the interest of past: But we are planning to make to purchase goods, selling Liberty Bonds He succeeded In selling over JI.500 worth to nearly every employee of the road, from the section men up. The railroad provides for the payments to be made on easy installments. "Capt. Pulllam" is one of the most popular Route. eonductors on the Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Frank RIM and Mrs. Mary Miller spent Saturday in Louisville. Mrs Joe Ulaiikenship has returned from I visit with her son, Ive Hlanken-shiand Mrs. Ulaiikenship of Rome, p ATTENTION ONE AND ALL. Priv. Suiter, an American boy who served two years in the .'4th Battalion of the Canadian Army, related to the people of Cloverport .is they weic chtncii gathered in the Bap'ist Thursday evening, so:,i? Interesting experiences which happened w'ii!e he was going over the top in llghti'ig theGermans. Priv. Suiter was sent here in the interest of the Red Cross War Fund Drive and he started out by saying that he was not a public speaker. "The first time I ever made a speech in my life was up here at Irvington. Ky., the other night and I was lots more scared than when I went over the top the first time, and from that he went right off into telling of the numerous battles hcbad participated in and he gave a very humorous account of how lie had killed two Germans in one battle. On his left coat Friv. Suiter had two blue sleeve stripes and two gold bars, indicating that he had been in service two years and had been twice wounded in different battles. He spoke of what a wonderful work the Red Cross did s on the battlefields, of the where there are 50 beds in each to care for the wounded soldiers. Priv. Suiter explained the name of "no man's land" saying that it was the ground between the trenches of the opposing armies and it was called "no man's land" because neither army had captured it. He said that 33,000 American boys the Allied had been fighting with forces since the war began. Another thing he told about the Ked Cross work, was that so many thousands of men died from the lack of care and attention at the outbreak of the war. "but now that the Red Cross work has been so well organized the death rate of wounded men has decreased considerably," said he. He closed his address with a final plea for the War Fund Drive of this dug-out- THREE GRADUATED FROM I. H. S. Friday Evening May 10. Proof Commencement gram Exercises. Delivers Rev. P. H. Ryan Address IS, to the Graduates. Irvington, May following program week. Interesting Account of R. C. Work Mr. W. C. McCullough. of Cleveland. Ohio, who was with Priv. Suiter, gave a very concise and accurate report of the financial side of the American Red Cross Society. Mr. McCullough first paid a tribute to Abraham Lincoln and to the state of his nativity. He then told of the He stated first Red Cross Society. that it was founded in the year 1859 while the Crimean war was on and its originator was Sufrano. In 1863 a convention was held in Switzerland where the Society was chartered and and its Constitution was adopted The Red Cross emblem is Switzerland's flag reversed In 1895 the present American Red Cross was organized and chartered and it now has 13 working divisions. Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio constitute one ofthe divisions. Mr. McCullough made the statement that all the money the Red Cross Society had received had been spent very judiciously. Here are some figures he gave as to its expenditures in relief work in foreign fields: $j,ooo,ooo to Belgium; $1,700,000 to England; $3,140,000 to Italy, $1,35.-00- 0 to Russia; $2,617,000 to Romania; $871,000 to Servia; $.2,000,000 to Armenia and Syria. He gave an account of the work among the repatriots, that is, the men who were caught behind the Germans and whom have been brought out of their servitude and returned to their native homes. America is sending portable houses across the sea to the repatriots. The American Red Cross has, in France, at the present time, said Mr. McCullough, fifty units with J50 nurses and doctors in each. 4.323 distributing stations; 6 canteens, which are serving 30,000 Soldiers every day as they go to and from the trenches; 0 base hospitals with 150 beds each and all the beds are tilled. The American Red Cross bai sent .'.000 surgical dressings to ranee within a year's time. Mr. McCullough is a Ked Cross worker himself. He said he had tried to enlist for active service at two different times but was rejected on account of his age so he is now (Special) The was carried out at the Presbyterian church on Friday evening May 10, at 8 o'clock by the graduation class of Irvington High School. Audience Good Bye Swee: Day (Soloi..... America Miss Mary Uardin Accompanist Martha Reid Rev. R. E. Reeves Valedictory ... ... Invocation Jane Liffhtfool Prof. H. R. Kirk Medley of National Airs (Chorus) Introduction ... high Stive! Gfck Rev. P. H. Ryan Address .. Drdla Class Address Souvenier Tschaikowsky Frof. McHenry Rhoads Humoresque Schytte Presentation of Diplomas Onward Over the Steppe Supt. G. R. McCoy Miss Virginia Head Rev. W. L. Baker Miss Ruth Marshall Benediction Class History Miss Virginia Bandy Those who received the grand honJulius Caesar 2nd Rhapsodie Hongroise. Franz Liszt or distinction were: 1st grade ElisaMiss Ruth Marshall Mi.--s Virginia Head beth May: jnd grade Bessie Keil; jrd Presentation of thi Class for Gradua- grade David Hchen; 4th grade Adele Prof. H. R Kirk Keil: 5th grade Robert Oelze: bth tion grade Gladys Bolder: 7thgrade ChrisPresentation of Diplomas J. M. Herndon tiana Keil: 8th grade Katy May Duke Bnckby; The Star Spangled Banner. Audience Sophmore, Lillian Junior Rev. Eugene Reid Chlora May Sea ton, Senior Jane Dismissal Graduates Misses Virginia Bandv Lightfoot. Ruth Marshall and Virginia Head. County Superintendent. J. Raleigh Ushers Jack Board, George Piggott, Meador, former member of the faEarl Stith and Robert Owen Trent. culty, introduced the speaker of the Rhoads. evening. Mr. McHenry Southern Baptist Convention. State Inspector of High Schools. Mr. Rhoads began by emphasizing Rev. A. N. Couch, pastor of Clover-por- t the importance of graduation to the Baptist church is in Hot Springs, individual and the community, saying Ark. , attending the sixty-tirs- t session that it was worth much to a student of the Southern Baptist Convention to have completed the eight years of which opened last Wednesday and common school, but a great deal continues until May M, Represena more to have completed the High tives from all the Southern States are School. He reminded the class and attendance and with the visitors and under graduates that the more knowdelegates it is estimated that several ledge and faVts gleaned from books thousand persons will be there. A was not the main good to be derived large delegation went from Kentucky. from the High School or College In connection with the meeting of course, but that of more importance the convention the thirteenth annual was the influence of and association meeting of the Woman's' Missionary with the teachers of broad training Union of the Southern Baptist Conand vision. Though stating that he did not invention will be held May 15 to 10. tend to make a war speech. Mr. Teacher in Daviess Rhoads referred to the closing statement ill the address of one of the County High School. class on "Why we Are at War," and reminded his hearers that each time The county school examination for the United States had drawn the eligibility to enter high school will be sword, since its birth as a nation, held today and tomorrow at the county cause had been in defense of the high school building, the examiners the individual against system. He rebeing M. V. Hawkins and J. B. Hock-e- r, counted the victory of Perry on the Mr. Hocksr takes the place of the sea in the struggle with Kngland in newly appointed member, Miss Mary s recogshe forced Barrett, who will ba unable to bs nize whenrights was citizens to a Reof of the present fur tbe examinations Friday. public on the high seas, and again Owsnsboro Messenger. when she was forced to remind Spain Miss Barrett, who Is a siitsr of Mrs. in '98 that as a nation standing for J. Byrne Ssvers of this city and frethe principles of Christianity, Justice quently visits here, has just been elected a teacher In the Daviess county and Liberty for all men, she could high school and was a member of tbe not calmly stand by and see the unfortunate subjects of an autocratic county Board of Examiners. Red The annual commencement of the Cloverport High School held in the Methodist church Friday evening. May 17. concluded the 8 school term, the graded school being the commencement. The church was very attractively decorated in potted plants and the class colors, red and white, were used in draping the electroliers and in marking olf the pews where the parents of the graduates were Mated. Seated on the platform were the graduates. Missel Xivola Kramer, Maydee Chapin, Aubrey lieavin. Martha Reid, Jane Lightfoot and Mr. John Duke: RtY, W. - Baker. Supt. (j. K. McCoy, County Superintendent J. K. Meador and I'rol. McHenry Rhoads, who delivered the principal address. The program consisted of: Rev. W. L. Baker Invocation Sweet Star oi Love (chorus . High School Girls Salutatory John K. Duke True Grandeur of Nations. Zivola Kramer Charles Sunnier Maydee Chapin To Spring Grieg Why We Are at War Lane . Aubrey '"icav.n 1017-101- early in the, day Monday at the opiums of the drive In a desperate effort to raise Cloverport's quota of 42,500. The drive has been thoroughly advertised throughout the town and surrounding community. On Monday and Tuesday evenings. Mr. Wilbur Chapin, Chairman of the drive accompanied bv Rev. W. L. Baker, went to Tar Fork and Balltown, Ky., where they held public meetings and Rev. Baker spoke in behalf of the War l''und campaign Mrs, W. H. Bowmer, Chairman'of solicitors appointed the following on her committee for the different sections ot the city. West End Mrs. Frank Ferry, Mrs. Frank Mattingly. Mrs. A. X. Couch, Mrs. Ben Uiilgeway, Miss Martha Willis, Miss Blltl May. Hast End Mrs. fat, N. Wood, Miss Irene Jarboe. Business District and L. H. & St L Shops Mr. David B. l'helps, Mr. J. A. Sapp. Hill Mrs. Proctor Keith, Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. Cloverport and Hardinsburg l'ike Miss Margaret Carter, Miss Alice Waggoner. Community Bonds Subscribed. The following is a list o' schools that bought Community Bonds: B. C. H. S ItOt St. Rumualds M !00 50 50 50 51) .",0 Cloverport McOiiady Stepbensport Kirk. Glen .7 Dean Vanzant and Askius .V0 Total It is unfortunate that the other districts of the county did not take advantage of this opportunity to show their community spirit as well as for the. good of their school. Mcljuady is a splendid example of what a school district can do. As chairman of the public Speakers committee of the Ladies division for the Third Liberty Loau in Breckinridge county. I want to thank The Breckin- this the greatest dav we have ever Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Morris and daugh ters, Jeanette and Lueile Morris spent had. Kvery one interested in the grave several days in Louisville last week yard is urged to be present. Make shopping. some sacrifice and respect your dead. Services at St. Rose Church. Their angel, spirits, no doubt, hover over you and minister to you and yet ather Joseph Odendahl, Axtel, you forget the resting place of the John Knue. Mcljuady and J. H. Nor- form you once loved so dear. Come, man, Hardinsburg, assisted Father J. crop a flower, shed a tear and pray a S. Henry last Sunday night when a prayer. I am sure their angel spirit large class of young ladies were en- will rejoice ami you will be made betrolled into the Sodality of the Bles- ter by so doing. Remember if it is not possible for Mary sed Virgin with impressive you to come, please send flowers by services. Father Knue delivered a beautiful a friend or to the committee. On eulogy on the virtues of the Mother last year a committee was appointed of (iod and her power of Intercessi in to see that not one grave was left without a flower. Do not let some in our behalf. The music rendered on this occas- one else put flowers on the grave o ion under the direction of Father your dead. But come put them on yourself. And if not possible for rare treat. Odendahl u.i-you to come, please send flowers to Mrs Hawkins Smith. Chairman War Fund Subscrip'lower Committee. Hensley. Ky. tions Being Received. Decoration services and decoration beginning 10:00. lasting until M, Dinner on the ground and preaching Mr. Wilbur Chapin, War Fund Chapter Manager: at :oo by pastor Baptist church, GarAs an evidence of my interest in field. Ky. Do not disappoint us. we are countyour Cloverport Chapter and the work that you are doing and are ing onyou being there. K. O. Gilpin. about to undertake. I want you to acBig CHfty, Ky. cept the enclosed check to start your Second War Fund Campaign. I need not tell you again that this TWO DEATHS is a noble cause we are called upon AT IRVINGTON to serve at this time. W ith this thought ever in mind, cannot bring Mi-- Anna B. Cardon, the id year myself td believe that anything but old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. success will crown our efforts. Cardon, died Wednesday morninaj With the best of wishes, I am. yours very truly, at j:Jo o'clock, after three weeks illness of typhoid and spinal trouble J R. Downing. Kentucky State Manager. Anna B.. was a very attractive girl and a devoted member of the Bariat church. RtV. Reid conducted the Service Flag With 100 Stars. funeral services at the Cumberland l . I f 4 ridge News for its and donation of space in our Kssay Contest and community Bond Drive. Mrs M. B. Kincheloe. BEN F. BATES MAKING GOOD. Cross Organized at Skillman. A flourishing Ked Cross Society was organized at Skillman, Ky.. on Friday May 10, with 3s msmbers enrolled and a guod prospect of iS additional members right away. Mrs. Frank C. English was elected Chairman, Miss Alice Hagman Assist. Emma Miss Hagman Chairman, Treasurer, Mrs. Jeff Davison Secretary. Tbe society will be a branch of the Hawesville Chapter and already it has had 0 hens presented to it to be sold added to the and the proceeds treasury. government writhe under oppression, so in April '17, we, as a Nation, were again forced to draw thesword in union with the liberty loving peoples of the continent of Kurope in defense of human liberty against one of the most despotic and military nations the world has ever known. the In closing, he congratulated members of the class on being citizens in such a republic as ours and Big Spring admonished them in regard to then duty in looking to its continuance Dr. C. 11 Witt went to Louisville last In presenting the diplomas l'rof. which week with a patient for an operation and Mi Coy repeated some lines will be remembered by his hearers was gone several days. and which truly express the ideal Miss Mary Fleanor Scott is the guest and purpose of every citizen of our of her sister, Mrs. Will Miller, Louis, law. ville this week. former Breckinmaking good in He is proprietor of the Louisville. Troy Barber Shop, ju Third street. This shop is centrally located, has all the equipment that it takes to make It is a a good and efficient service. five chair shop, with hot and cold baths, with laundry, cleaning and pressing. lieu Bates is one of the best barbers in that city and never turns out an unsatisfied patron. This shop, under his management anil control, has a line line of customers. It is a busy shop and a shop that prides itself on doing good , clean work. Ben Bates is a reformed man. He has put behind him all his wild and foolish ways as a boy and is making He attends to his a 111.111 oi himself. business, saves his money and buys Liberty Bonds to help win the war. His many friends at his old home town, we are sure, will be glad, to bear of his doing well. Ben F, Bates, a ridge county boy, is church, Presbyterian Thursday morning at io:,?o o'clock. She wa of the Kentucky Children, s irphans laid to rest at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Home, who was here last week in Friends extend deepest sympathy t interest of the Home, told of a service the bereaved ones Hag containg a hundred stars which was dedicated at the institution SunThomas Alexander, the. i vear old day, May 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Alexander boys The stars were for the orphan died Friday at I o'clock at St. Join rn litary service and whom had been seph's Intirinary oi a complication oi reared and cared for in this Home. diseases. He had been thre tlirc The flag had a cross representing one weeks Thomas was known as i of the girls in the service as a Ked kind, good hearted y. he was a de Cross Lurse. voted member of the Cathol'c ehurc!i and was able to go to communion i First Grandchild. few hours before death. The bod;, was brought to hi home did;:, A very proud and elated grandfather night where loving friend oifert is Mr. S. A Davis, of Woodrow, Ky., consolation. Beautiful floral offerwho is receiving many congratulations ings were sent "The Boy Scouts." on the arrival of his lirst grandchild, a of which he was a member, sent a little girl, who has been named Virgiuia handsome design of white roses. Tl . Douglas Milburn and her parents remains were taken to llrandcnbui aud Mrs. F. II, Milburn of Areola, Sunday morning lor burial. Fatl 111. Holleraa conducting the services The Boj Scouts acted as pall bearers and assisted with the service. A Prize Essay number of friends accompanied t! e Brandenburg. Heartfelt family to Our Duty Toward The Liberty Loan sympathy is extended the loved oneOur duty to the Liberty Loan and our dutv to our country are just the Cleared Forty Dollars. Our duty to our country same our lives aud our money. Father Odendahl. who arranged We would give our live for nothing If we did not give our inooey too. the recent flag raising celebration a: The best way to give our money is Sand Knob, reports the sum of $t to lend it to Uncle Sam by buying was realized on that occasion an Liberty Bonds. said amount was turned over to ha One in. ml would throw a shell into Glen Dean and Mc Daniels Ked Croi tbe Kaisers array. One bond will buy many sacks of Chapters. Mr. J. W. Collins, a represenative i arc-Mr- I wheat for our own boys as well as the Allies. A great many bonds will build a ship to take our brave boys to the other side to fight. If these boys give their lives, what a sraail part is it for us to buy Liberty Bonds. Wouldn't we rather buy Liberty Bonds than give our uiodey to the mean Kaiset? Anna Klizabeth Keith Kight years old. FLAG RAISING There will be a flag raising servic at McDaniels at j o'clock next Satu: day. Gen. D. R. Murray and othi speakers will address the meeting Proceeds will go to McDaniels Rt C ross Chapter. J. McMillen Dead. Stsphensport, May l.v (Spseia1 After an Illnsss of more than f months, Mr. James McMilleu, sixty-fou- r ysars departed this life the fifth of May, at the hums of r son, Roy McMillen at Addison. He is survivsd by a wife and Is sons, also a mother, one sister, a His one brotbsr. remains ess brought hsre Monday afternoon a laid to rest In tbe Hill cemetery. ' Red Cross Meeting. 20. (Special) C..irticld, May The meeting ut the school building Thursday evening in interest of the Ked Cross War Fund Drive was a decided success. First the tisb pond was filled with every iiiiiiiagionable kind of an article (Noah's Ark included) to iuterest the children in this, a beautiful band embroidered tovvcll was given as prue donated by Mrs. Uva Grey aud wou by Miss Kite Fool. BREAKING JTHE CAMEL'S BACK The War Savings Stamp Will Prove the Last Straw TAILORS WORK NOT HARD SINCE TAKING TANLAC Well Known Louisville Man Tells How Tanlac Has Improved His Health. " Tat' lac has Improved my health Be much that I don't have any trouble at all getting tbrotlgi) My day's work (xxxxxxxkxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: i We Have There is a the Goods nd We Advise You to Buy while It Is Available. m I in ' Ma I itm Wi T, QmIm 1912 Owen treat, Louisville, Ky. "My stomach was all'oi't of order hel'ore I took Teniae, I had it! ii.e,-tiot- i and there was a p . in beneath M; ribs constantly. I couldn't loop 0 e. without snlfering a lot t( p.un. and, had a (Oft ipot on my hard. of course that made my work pretty ... tw stomach moat ol the time. my stomach was in a soured condiiio-.1 growing scarcity of merchandise the country and as time goes on it will even be scarcer. The highest authorities among merchandise buyers prophecy a demand twice as areat as the supply by autmn. we have laid in a large supply of good merchandise stock so that we may be Knowing-this, tion. "1 read Tanlac had ol mine, to in tht helped1 I paper about hov brother-in-h- a able to accommodate our customers. Buy now, before it is too late. ST. started takint; Tanlac X (: hi, : i Ijiiui: villa 71m. 4 Ji . I've taken several bottles now. and I'm so much better that my friends are remarking about the Change in me. " The soured condition of my stomach is all gOM now and allthe had filling in my stomach has left. I. in feeling line and it's no trouble for ;ik now to get through ny day's work." If yon are not feeling right get; Tanlac today Von eefl get Tanlac: Drug More or any at Weddingi tod hrug Store. J. Echoes From General Conference The General Conference of t'le Southern Methodist church, which met in Atlanta, April md, lias been possibly tha most radical of airy in the history- - of American Methodism. Everybody fdt it coming before they met The Bdjtfeseof laymen to the sjltrch, which was sent out sonic months agOi stirred the whole of Southern Methodism, The spirit of Democracy is abroad. They have dared to touch tlic creed and change ttiewording "Holy Catholic Church" to " hrist's Holy Church." Conser-vatisdropped behind when they gave iniaii full lay rights. These art Constitutional questions and will have to receive a twie thirds vote of the AsnuaJ Conference. They cltrcd to touch ti.e EpiacOpBCy and lay that one hi hop must make l is residence for lour years in the t t. and one for Latin America, and Ulce wis. those who preside over Conference., in America are to have them I iur years. Unless providentially vfptt i;ivl hmdereol They are l preach around in CBcil digtrici of these Annual Conferences and then to give ;. report of their four year's work t the r.c.st General Conference Any preacher may stay mote than utr year-- al a charge if the bishops and ol his cabinet think best. During the next live years they arc expecting to raise some sixty million dofflera for superaau-ate- d i Preachers, Education and "fiirty-fiv- e af these will he for the latter. The church Conference ha! been gfvefl larger scope. District a:'.d Annual Conferences bavc been materially changed by giv-itlarger representation to the laymen and lay wonie'n. Jit tha present ritintr the great question of unification hat not bee 'i settled yet There il a large sentiment in the Conference to the effect that the Southern church ha:, done it part and now the Northern church must determine what they will clo with tbe'Nagro, m ha-.''f-i- R. WILSON Glen Dean. Ky. 5 xxxxxxx DRIVES DOfiOTCONFLlCT CODRBON OUT W Liberty Bonds ROOT LETTERS FROM in d Thrift Stamps Ciue Grass County Leads State in Thrift SUBSCRIBERS B Vary body Knows Harry. 20 West Franklvn St , Richmond, Va May 5 loiM 'I'm Mn ik.nmle Neara, Clov.roort, Kr. tienilemeo: .i Kacloscd chec k for l.i for Vonrs verv truly, II L. I). Moorman Supplement Each OthDr No More Conflict ir Tvo CatQ ..ts Than Between Sjpe'drc.-.dno- u Object of ana Destroys:-:-; Both Is to Finance W.H'. -- Siamp Drive Chairman 3. E. Bedford Has Made Fine Record and Poopie Have Come Forward In Pleajina and Commendable Way. oiiuty, Boor boa, holds the reeord M far in Kentucky, alse, population and quota con id. radi in tha sale of Thrift I BJ and War Savings Btajapa. Chairman S. E, lie'.'ford i:a.- iipoilcd to state HMdQjtuutora at LoaJaYftla thai bii organization has llhinoaotl of IIOOOQ worth of Stamps. Its quota is 9349,240, and the BoajthoB organbav Hon is pladaiap to have all of this amount either sold outright or pledged in lore the Third Liberty Loan campaign is anlshed in his tacUoa of Kentucky. The I'arls Ki ntuel ian Citizen, whi h la :i i'..'-lHQ npiwalllll with Mr. !i'd- tord and bit oraailaatloa in tins giaal rar activity, has the toOowlag Bitten aitb fafBreacB to the eajapaiaa in Boarhqa)! "Fiftjr-aiB- a Boor boa county people ban heeu enrolled iii the one thou-(an- d dollar War Savings Stamp Club ai a r. suit of their labtcribing for the panatthMI by the Elmua 01 United states Qov.ntmaBt, "Other persons have lihe rally for War Bariaga Stamps in to Bra hundred dob aaionata froa Ian i h and as a result Chairman S. i:. Bedford bai disposed of more than one bandrad thousand dollars' worth oi War Bavhtgi Btaaipa thraaah his arorhtag naintlf laaa distributed iu BoarbM county. "Uourlton county's silotm.at of War Saving:, Stamp; ii 1". ar.d our iple must harry themaarrea a ij't aod subaeribe qah kly r the stamp remaialag unsold, "in tin War savin.e,; caaapaigB Boar l.oii people, rich and '.i.:a t in.: harvard with their sabscrtpUona la thi.'. Kilt edge lavaatBMBji bj u mia plea: ins and commoudable way, for aj which County Chairman Bedford and the members of thy praehaol eoai ml art h ititjr tppiaoBillTa liow-evethe BMOid War Savings Stamps nraal ba sold befora the next issue o Liberty Loan Bonds, which will be to the pabUti in April. Qal buy you patriotic and liberty-lov.u- s jxople of Bourbon. Call on semi Member of the committee and bay liberally of the War Savings Btaaipa, tha boat and most desirable tavestatCBi obtainable today. Koyour duty now don't w ait until members of the County Committee, all busy busl-nemen. look you up to beg you 10 do your patriotic duty." w. s. s. Ky. A Mate u Ip (Age 16 Years or Over) stamps iitm.iia.ive. Anil the r 08 "f limited BMaM VBO UVaatl Btaasp do. I bfa in fev.' War Savinba wi althlat tau ahar. aj trail .1 who bays a qnaottty of Liberty Loan bond Millions who eouM not afford la laiVast iu Liberty bond srtH be an.: glad to betp by Invi tlna in War Ba ag stamp.:. The two caapabrjui llll iu raatily, but nna tbat ol unanc-fo- r Bali s of )i tag moreaasal Dnflicting they really sapplemenl eael nthar I'll Liberty Loan CMBpsjgH arid thu War Barings RIOT.tB.Bt are M mure rival:- than tht SBperereednpaghtB and fee destroyers of our navy are rivals. The Liberty Loan ami W.:r Saving Btampa are two forms of the MM RnaBclal operatioa of the Hatted Slates Government They were authorized by i he same tatt of CQBgmM ami are lat ended to snnplaaieni aach gfel r. They are Iinth of paramount Importance to the Bnaaetag at th war. The Liberty Loan raaipeigs ir- primarily to obtain the many blUleex of dollars nornturj toward paying the expenses of war and leudiux to WW allies, The peculiar ligalSnaBCO of, tie. War Saving-- niovea:' nt is to teai h tha nation to Ktl and to BltnMM H tns in War Savin,;., Stamps !n rder i; tliei th. do .eminent nia not to get monev. hut Bead th'- BKU tie rapport of the army Sacceaalve Uberty Loan Dondi arttl The be (Old in caanpaigM at inlerval. War SavitiKs campaign VII! la: t IhmutwMi the yaai bo aovbi natll the war is iter. Il ai'as to Atvoiop habit of thrift that ihall mah the i - LaaJrrtlle, Kjr. Instead of thf n'.y Loea caipalaTi asd tht war Paris. BttMftTaaa - to highland I'aik ,,u "in p!ec Uaahagti tbaaca nty pyir Uot, (JarBstd) Hi., to .lis Waooaa St.. Highland I'aik. now and I Ky. I am located lier c hi t do iritbou ina llreckeni i.ice Youi - truly, News. Herbert Horaiev. Moved Mr. 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 Lost Without It Juo. D. Bsbbage, Clov.rporti Ky. Dear sn Pieaae aaad me the Brecklo-New- i BOOtb.t year. I am lost without Yours respeotfuliy, it. Abe S Uiyant : :r Apply at once, Superintendent MENGEL BOX COMPANY INCOINRATM Llvinj: in Detroit Mr 0 Ii. 1J itio.ige, C.overport, Kv. Dai rBIn PtMnblf yoa arti I be uc wt tO hear supri irom me are lost without cur Kan'.i.clciar.s 1 I 12th and Ormsby LOUISVILLE, KY. .". , in 111 . ekenriae Nfiws, mi ;i?k voj to change my address Irom 832 Oladwia Ave. to 749 LyaastaAaa. D. tioit. M cli. Wishing you Bad those of Breckinridge county ths best 01 cu"ty paper two-thir- da t J.. .: t , r.. r For the June 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 Pxkles Olives and Cold Meat A BUTTER KNIFE or PIE KNIFE and small FRUIT KNIVES. A Seth Thomas Clock is always a most acceptable gift If we haven't these articles in stock we will be glad to order them K EM KM HER for yuu. Mis-lion- lUOh. I s llu yuu kbl Baa I bi remain, 11 kfaador bsSt (1 giM up at ahjbtl Sanol is Kurcly tot all kidney ur bUd-lc-truulilcn. Irc.m all lack gives rvtiel in ;c i bladdcv Sanol U a i.ar- remedy. OOc and l.on botth 'ie .s !:rj oth..-wi:v- , Old Tarascon Whistle hii rlotory. schools DO GOCD WORK Loalsville, Ky Ai.ril 1, lflis. Mr. J. B I u ' B eretary ieff.raoa County. War S,.lnn; rnHBlttBB. till Columbia Boildiag, l,ouisillo, Ky. Jdy di ir Mr Maath: have tin boaor to report to you thai tha War BaviBgs Boctattag in aMhtvtUs public kcaoala nniabar gut. We, A few are ret to ba iigaaliad hav.. basd ia egaratioa approximately ghlM weeks, and durlag that timo have sold Thrift Stamp; and ilaby ltouds aiuoiiutiiiK to il I.;). .Ism. I bu-Mava thai ever) Mheol has done Kg gJBBt, and that this won; will continu.) at liiKh speed throughout the year. The schools that have contributed a or more are listed below: V Qlrbt High Sc hooi ii.niH gag Qaatga Raajan Clan School illy Normal School tii oine w. Harris School i.c' IsinifaBaa Bsaaal 5ia We feel that special congratulations are due to the QMl High School Btith its amount totaling 12,ti2s, and to the George Rogers Clark School which leads the rlciin iitar; . hools of the City with a total of sx3t. It is true tbat many of the smaller schools mu have .lone unite as well if we consider the merage amount sold. For the month of April wo shall have computed the an ra amount sold on the basis of the atui'iige number belonging. This will make a fair comparison BBtWBBB all u hools. Youra truly, HAVE A A THRIFT POCKET .... thrift pocket is .1 character b older it tests your capacity to reals:. You will find it as alluring as' tha penny bank you oucc had on the Bkagf Selec t the pocket- - any cne will do .111.: then select the coin. Suppose your "thrift coin" Is a nickel, ftvaty nickel you get goes into tie) You can not burro thrift pocket. from the thrift pocket nor lend fro-It. Kxperit nee proves that it lsu t wiso even to make change from it, and that It is a failure if you are not honest, scrupulously honest, with i Kvery time it gets overhemy, put ll into Thrift Stumps. Thrift Stumps are light. g. w. a. FROM RUDYARD KIPLING. The Str. Seced now in the Loutsv.lie and Kvansviilc picket trade has in- stallad the old TaVttsaoo whistle that loihs up and doAn the river have WOOL POOL SUSPENDED heard far BU ye ns. This wnistlo was on th old Jam s liuthrie an later cn of the Government On BCCoant the Tall City, having bean taken off not having made known its plans for '.lie Taracon VteM she was solo taking over the wool' clip the day of t '.innclton Tc lephcr.s. delivery at Irviagton gai been changed from 20th to a laicr date to be made known as BOOB as we get the LOCUST HILL official information. James K. King, went to (iuston Mis. Murray E. I'. Hardauay, Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and t'has. II. Drury Mrs. Hid Butler. Sales Committee Xhe foil ;wlng from here were In Louisville last week Pa III Butler and daughter, Miss Fanuie, Mr. and Mrs Wiiour llutler. Mr. and Mrs. l''re.l Davis aud baby and BtlaiBt Carrie and Mary Horsley. Res-oM sses Loisns aid llutler tad I Mis Itutlsi spent the week end in Custon the gussts of their grandparents, Mr. and Mis. OM liutl.r. Mrs. Jack Oyer and Mrs. liosco Employs 10,000 People. Davit went to McQuady Weudesdsy One of the moat interesting wartime shopping. monuUc Being plants in America is Sidney Johnson had a barn raising iiiart.riuast.r't Depot in Jatfcr Wednesday. tcnvfll. Ind where ail the soldier Frank Allen who died in Louisvllla shirts Bra woven The plant covers lot) acres and has Thursday was brought back h.re and buried Saturday. 16 buildius on. of these covers id a" seres. It has a ware house I t i Your Home Jeweler T. C. LEWIS Hardinsburg, Ky. May For Sale In car loads or small lots EAT ij ifci - J. B. TAYLOR & SONS Lewlsport, Ky. -- save m i ai - ft j.rcaes!--- : sig ENOCH MORGAN'S I J Lend Him A Han. SONS CO. . riRp-T- v Buy For ' FOR RHEUMATISM Try Tanlac BhtumBtfiai Treat- fest. For liONiKs SAPOLIO "It ain't the individual Nor the army as a whole, Uut the everlastlu' team worn Of every bloomm' soul." O. L. IltSID, Superintendent. 10,11011 people have employment in this aspot b.stdes Jot) teams aud 160 .'I to 5 ment for rheumatism- - -- the new treat (aifonl trucks car' tug from guarded by mcnt winch overcome, rheumatism tous each. Trie plaut is than four hundred civilian You can gel mora by purifying the blood. guards it at any good Drug Store. PATRIOTISM "Aclions speak louder than ECONOMY words - Act - Do n't Ta I E - Buy Now bjiism I I 1 I I A Poor Little Kiddie Motherless! Fatherless! a I Starving! Across the seas they call to us! The call comes from little children, orphaned, homeless, slowly starving day by day, by tens and tens of thousands. The call comes from mothers in the pillaged zones of the war. Their hearts and souls have been made numb with horror. From all these millions of Buffering human beings there comes across the seas a call for help. And because the trightful burdens placed upon our Allies this help cannot be given unless it is provided by the American Red Cross. Another hundred million is needed. What will America's answer be? What will your answer be? Millions of loyal Americans will pledge a part of their earnings for June, July, August, and September. " I I I I 1 4 What Will You Do To Help? Red Cross 2nd War Fund May Every cent given to Red Cross War Fund goeB for War Heller. The American Red Cross is the largest and most efllcieiit organization for the relief of suffering that the world has ever seen. It is made up almost entirely of volunteer workers, 10,000,000 unselfish Americans. It is today bringing relief to suffering humanity, both military and civil, in every war-torAllied n 20-2- 7 Thus does Hed Cross help to win tho war. Congress authorizes it. President Wilson heads it The War Department audits Its accounts. country. Your Army, your Navy, and your Allies enthusiIt is there to help our soldier boys in time of astically endorse It. need. Twenty-twmillion Americans have Joined IL I3y helping the starving women and the ruined districts of France and Italy a distinctly military service. A soldier that Hed Cross is helping his family renewed spirit. cuildran la it performs who knows tights wiU To Help Win The War 1 This Space is Patriotically Donated by L. H. &. St. L. Railroad Employees: F. C. Ferry, Master Mechanic A. L. Ricketts Carl Brittan Wm. Wroe Lafe J. Uehen M. M. Denton Andrew Ashby Ollie Pate R. Pate W. Talley Henry C. Pate ). M. Gregory John Burn J. Wright T. S. Nicholas Jas. Pilch K. F. Pate Win. Hoffious H. Ltwil H. Aiattingly Geo. Weatlierholt L. Ray II Dunn W. D. Carlyle I. N C. G. G. S. K. O. Glenn V. llcavins H. McMannus Kerry RsMSty S. D. Cordrey Pate Furrow Furrow Chas. Keil II F. S Albert Cockrel Ira D. Beheu C. Loyd R. O. Willis A. Puniphrey Harry 1. unman (Col) Nat Moorman Col) Bill Allen (Col) John Lawson J. Hall S. Cayce F. Miller M. Allen A Furrow J. (J. Adams J. I. Pate S. S. Ahl . Woods Ollie Clark Millmrn Warfield Collins Shelby ( umad li. Dawson V. J. Allen .All. in it T. W. Davis T. J. Ferry K,kri.lge J. T. Hinton E. Campbell J. Winchell P, THE BRECKENRIDGE ii NEWS ill s I). BABBAftF.. Editor and Publisher Mid' vou to carefully examine the label on your t paper i .... r men i lie ISreokennciRe iNew. llOtfl the time of expiration tor plcN rtntm promptly. We am'i bny Thrift stamps on c ak I I credit. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. CLOVERPCRT. KY.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. 1918 Savings Stamps are $4. II this month. EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price t.J Business Locals 10c a MATTINGLY lot (. Roff Henry Henninger left Saturday for Illinois after spending tha winter with his mother, Mrs. Belle Henninger. iitveu Frank has purchased a Ford. is (ieorae Arms, Lakeland. Kv-spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. Jim Spencer. Miss Gertrude Butler and Ivan Spencer attended church at Fair Velw Sunday. Several from here attended the flag raising at Sand Knob Sunday. Hayden Smiley attended church at Cave Spring, Sunday and was the dinner guest of his sister, Mrs. C. B. Henninger. Miss Daisy Tucker, Mook was the week end guest of Miss Clara Spencer. Mrs. F. M. Mattingly was the guest other parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Driskcll last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Tucker and Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Butler, Sr., motored to Kingswood Sunday. Miss Velma Mercer, Madrid attended church at Cave Spring Sunday and was entertained to dinner by Miss Virginia Butler. Lillie Brown was the guest of Mary Butler Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Spencer spent last week in Evansville the guest of relatives. McKinley Milam purchased a new buggy from B. F. Beards & Co. last week. Miss Jennie Glasscock visited relatives here last week returning to her home in Garfield Saturday accompained by her aunt, Mrs. W. E. Milam. Lester Glasscock passed through here Sunday enroute to Kingswood. Rev. Ivan Allen filled his regular appointment at Cave Spring Sunday. Eliza and Laura Butler were guests Saturday night of their cousins. Misses Mary and Gertrude Butler. Kev, Robert Williams will preach at Cave Spring the third Saturday Everybody come. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Basham and children were here last week the guest of I g Meed yourZlep.' -- year: yoc for 4 5c for per line and 5 Cards of Thanks, over lines, charged 5c Obituaries charged for at the rate of Examine the label on your paper. If it copy oi NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy TCTrTEMBER SUNDAY ONE MEAL THE DAY'S THURSMY FRIDAY SATURDAY Mrs. Mary lteavin and "on Onward went to Cloverport Fri.l.iv M visit relatives. each additional insertion. Mrs I'evton Kskridge and mother. Mrs Mildred Hawkins, Cloverport visitfor at the rate oi 10c per line. ed her dnugbter, Mrs. M. E. Hambleton per line, MMtf Nl achmue. and family. the blue Mrs. R X. Ilrickev deserve is not correct phas? notify us. ribbon fortbe most beautiful flower- - tad of any one in Hall reading v.ur the prettiest yard ui have finished Ton n. hand it 10 a friend who is not a Mrs Mildred Hawkins, Mrs. I'eyton it. Btkridf, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hamble ton were guests otJMr. IM Mrs. I'ate last Sunday. Mrs. 1. I). Mam who has been ser iously ill with typhoid fever is reported j month: T inontln. Mill m Mfli PsnK aVl 01 n refit ri nONDfflT ALL MEALS WHEATLESS ONE MEAL VHEAXLEtt , ONE MEAL better. farmer in this vicinity to set tobacco plants. Junes Terkins has moved near the Tar Springs. Will Mason our hustling merchant at this place is painting and improving his residence and store. Luther Pall was called to Kvansville last Saturdav to be with his wife who has been in a sanitarium there for the past two months and is reported seriously ill I.ud Moorman sold a fine cow to Hob Waller of Vanzant. Ernest l'ate bought a cow and calf last week from Deck Fate. The remains of Mr. James Tindall formerly of this comunity, who died in Tobiaaaort. was brought back to his old home and buried in the Tindall grave yard. A wife and seven children survive him. I! 1". Frank is the first VHEAtLEB ONE MEAL VHLALLLK msm OKI MEAL WHEATLESS ALL MEALS WHEXOXSS WWYSM ALONG WITH THE OTHER BANKS AND BANKERS IN THE COUNTRY THIS BANK IS SOLIDLY BACK OF OUR GOVERNMENT IN THIS WAR. WE URGE EVERYONE TO PRACTICE ECONOMY AND TO PUT ALL THE MONEY YOU CAN SPARE INTO OUR BANK. THEN YOU WILL BE IN A POSITION TO BUY LIBERTY BONDS, HELP OUR GOVERNMENT AND HELP YOURSELF. THIS IS THE PRACTICAL WAY TO HELP BEGIN TODAY. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. THE WAR FUND DRIVE. Society ha launched it Second The American A for $100,000,000 to be lubscribed by the Amar Fund Drive erican people from Ma) 80 to :.' inclusive. There. ii no doubt but what the amount will ic lubscribed and for we believe there is not an individual in existence who does not realise the very necessity of the Red Cross Society in helpRed CfOM over-subscrib- ed HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods ing US to win the war. Giving of our means to the work of the Red Cross is a pretty good indication oi our genuine patriotism, from the fact that But we do we receive no compensation in dollars and cents. is far more satisfying than merely get a compensation which cold cash, and it - this we have given in order to help save some boy's life and possibly hil soul. We are told by the soldiers who come from the front that when their brothers in uniform lie wounded on the battlefields and are not given immediate attention that they are heard to cry out in their distress "In there a Cod?" and they die in this condition. Hut when the Red Cross can afford to send a sufficient number of doctor and nurses to care for these wounded soldiers and help restore them to life or let them die peacefully, it is then they find their God. Thus we who stay at home are in a measure responsible for these boys' souls. We are peculiarly interested in Breckenridge county raisin"; its quota of Ss.nno and we believe we will do it if every person will he aroused to his or her sacred duty of financing this work of the American Red Cross. mag-namio- BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. B S. Wilson has returned home after athree month's visit to her daugh ter, Kthel in Oklahoma aud brother in Ben Tom Gill her grandson Texas. accompained her home for the summer. G. Ir Sash, Doors, Lumber, Columns, Millwork The Best Made We Have It Ready to Ship Prices Right Quality Right Write for our close prices on anything that you may need in this line. Prompt estimates furnished, and quick shipments made. FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, Mrs. W. G. Hardavvay ; nd son, W. West Point have been the night in May. , of guests of Mr. T. P. Hardavojiy. Several from here attended the fun eral of Miss Anna B. Garden at Irving-to- n Thuisday. Miss Alma and Ella Wilson and Miss Laura Mell Stith were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wilson, of Basin Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lawson were in Harninsburg Friday. Mesdames. Amos Sipes, Chas Sipes, Harold Triplett, Wm Drury, Chas McCoy, Walter Drury, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Compton and Mr. and Mrs. Her bert Dowell attended the Red Cross' speaking at Irvington Wednesday relatives. Commissioner's Notice. THE SENTIMENT OF A SOLDIER. in the Somethiatg of the deep feeling which is imbedded hearts of these soldiers and sailors, who entered into the world's greatest conflict with the nobleness of spirit and purpose of wanting to do their duty conscientiously, we believe, is expressed ill these words published below, and which were taken from a letter of Priv. Henry DeHaven Moorman's written to his parents just before he sailed for France He said: "I have never said anything about my trip over, etc. Now you all had as well not worry about us. I am as well fixed and in as good condition as anybody could be under similar circumstances, and Roy is too. We are not worrying about what may happen to us, not one second. We are going to do our duty as good toltders, and the parent! of good soldiers should feel the same way. Whatever is in store for us is conning and we had all better be resigned to the end without worry or complaint. This is the way I feel and it is the only spirit for all to have when war is on and our liberty is at stake. I have delt fairly and liberally with all men, have harmed few and have tried to stand for right in most things and such believe in Cod. and if spirit is my religion, good or bad. these principles are sound, I have no cause for worry. I believe however, in giving your enimies hell, whether in France or at home, if they insist on it With much love to all. am. I I Your devoted son, Henry DeHaven .Moorman It might be- well to remind folks that in war times there are certain rules of etiquette to be the same as there i; in distinguished society. And we should not be careless in our observances of these rules. Since man lookl on the outward appearance, it is (MM means of showing your devoted loyalf t your country which otherwise might be misinterpcted. First, it is customary to stand the minute the National airs are sounded and do not forget. "My Country is of Thee' - obsi-rved- . l is a national son" All persons having claims against the estate of the late J. S. Beavin, deceased, will present same to the undersigned Master Commissioner at his office in the Farmers Bank Building, in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, on or before the first day of July, 1918. All claims must be proved as required by law. Lee Walls, evening. Master Commissioner, Breckinridge Mrs. Fletcher Blanford and Mrs. G. Circuit Court. O. Blanford were visitors in town Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stith, Stith Rough Valley are raceiviag congratulations upon the arrival of a girl Cornelia Mae Mrs. Mollie Robinson, Short ( reek Stith. Wilson is having a modern five is spending several week's with her Tom room tenant house built on his farm son, Walter Robinson. Ellis Fentress. Springfield, Ohio, Hurrah for Tom for we do like to see up to date tennant houses as well as was the waek end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lank Fentress. farm houses. Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Shrader of Miss Clara Wallace Foote is visiting Fordsvilla visited their sister, Mrs. her sister, Mrs. E. E. Hardaway. Miss Evelyn Gross is at home after Walter Walker last week. Rev. Oliver who has been very ill is attending school at Irvington. much improved. George Fentress and family visited Sam Morgan and family Sunday. OH Mrs. Preston Fentress and children HEAL WHEATLESS and Mrs. Lank Fentress, Mrs T. J. Misses Springgate and daughters, Lora and Catherine were dinner guests ODMTA.1NLHO WHEAT of Mrs. N. C. Fentress Wednesday. We are sorry to say your correspondent could not attend the flag raising BEECH FORK at Sand Knob Sunday. Uncle John Fentiess an aged and Farmers are getting to work again died near here after the liood of last Saturday which respected farm.-- r Tuesday May 7. He had been In deruined much corn and tobacco. Mrs. G. V. Tucker after several days clining health for more than a year. He was burled in the Eskridge grave illness is improving. yard, the funeral services were conJ, E. Beatty and family were the by Rev. J. I). Duncan. A larg. guests of Mrs. Sarah Lyons of Koteville ducted crowd attended the burial. He is sur last week. vived by a wife, two sisters, two brut he s Mrs. James Mattingly and daughter, and a number of relatives and friends. Mildred Elizabeth Mattiugly were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fifty Dollars Reward. PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Falls of Manager pi FRIJOAY Women Businesslike ber ''Nais Are numrap-idl- y Statistics show that the of women depositors it increasing. We realize that women today are a big figure in the business world. We pay special attention to their accounts. Courteous tellers and clerks will gladly explain anything women want to know in the banking line. hen a wounded hero returns, from the battlefront and comes before the audience to speak, it is as little as we can do to rise iron our seats as he appears on the platform and thu show our deep appreciation of what he has done for us. believer our flag is presented we never think of remaining seated, the soldiers never fail to salute it and civilian men dol their hats to it. The Stars and Strips means too much to us not to recognize it at all times. M. Beaty last week. send the letters you gfl from the soldiers and sailor boys to We have a column which we deThe llreckenridge News. vote especiallv to news from our home boys and we want to keep their friends posted on what these boys are doing and where they are stationed from time to time. . Mr. and Mrs. Will Camp were guests brother in Louisville who soon goes in defense of his country. Mrs. J. M. Beatty has a fine patch of peas ready for use. She also has Is voung turkeys and I0U vouug chickens. Several from here were in Hardins-burMonday. James Mattingly, (den Dean was at J. M. Baatty's Friday getting seed corn. Ed Taul was in Cloverport Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beatty war in Cloverport last week (bopping. of his g for the conviction of person or persons that have in the past two months stolen from my farm two one red shoat, 40 pound lambs, weight abo.ut 40 pounds and seed corn. E. F. Carter, Cloverport, Ky. Sixty-si- x FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Called. The Breckinridge county examining board will begin this waek to examine boys whom are part of the sixty-si- x called from this county to go. iu the neat draft. DENTIST 86 BreckenHdge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY is, 1918 K HILL ITEMS j Announcement. For Appellate Judge. We are authorized to announce the name of J. W. Henson as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Ap pellate Judge from the Second District, 111 the primary, August, 1!I8. We are authorized to announce Judge K Settle as a candidate for for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Second District, subject to the August, illi, primary. W. Rntcred at the PostOflllceatCloTerport. as second class matter. HIS "APFR REPRESENTED ' ADVERTISING II BY FOR FOREIGN THE W &d I BALOPTCO I QUALITY ACCURACY NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES I4TES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFS GENERAL OFFICES I DEPENDABILITY Are FOR POLITICAL ANNOLNCI MFNTS lh factors thai make our business i)row $ 3 50 For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices $ 6.00 For State and District Offices $ 15.00 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line .10 For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression .10 of individual views per line We specialize on KRYP-T- ( )KS, the invisible biNational!) focal glasses. accepted as the most perfect double vision glasses yet made. WE grind them right here in our own plant, too. Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. "Ask Any Oculist" Effective February No. 142 10,1918. lift) A. M. I0:2T. EAST BOt!NI will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlnjrton Arriving Louisville No. 141 will leave Cloverport ... Arriving Irvlnitton Arriving Louisville No. 14B will leave Cloveroort Arriving Irvington Arriving Louisville No. 148 leaves Henderson Arrives Owensboro Arrives Shops WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving OwenslMiro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evimsvtlle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawcsvllle Arriving Owensboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport ArrlvlngOwensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Kvansvllle Arriving St. Louis 147 will leave Shops No. ArrlvlngOwensboro Arriving Henderson No. 141 12::m ti 5M rH 7:.V 5:15 7:55 4:00 5:00 :30 A. M. V. M. P. M. P, M. P. M. A. IM. M The Ball Optical Co. R0BT. J. BALL 613 South Fourth Avenui Louisville. MAKMS OF (MM -: i:0k A. Kentucky A. If, P. M. P, If, P. M. A. M. AND RIMLESS AMD SPECTACLES 12:01t 11:58 H:40 P. :23 P. M. 7:40 P.M. P. M. 7:05 P.M. 8:07 P. M. 11 3T P. M. 12:47 A. M. 1 :4t A. M. 2:07 A. M. 7:50 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:1I1A. M. 9:25 A.M. r, M. M. ington, was the guest of Miss Mary C. Hamnian Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard and Mrs. J. E. Kincheloe, Hardinsburg, attended the C. H. S. commencement Miss Mary McCoy, of Union Star, was the guest of her brother. Prof. G. K. McCoy and Mrs. McCoy, last week. Miss Ruth Farns worth has gone to Louisville to take a business course in the Bryant and Stratton Business College. Mrs. John Kirkham and son, Wm. Kirkham, of New Albany, Ind.. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. mthe I I FOOD WIN ftfjfcffr 'iMUlUp IHHHIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII1IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Worden. I Mrs. Sam Watkins and Rev. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moorman Wednesday and Tim-berla- LOCAL ITEMS. IIIIKIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIllllllllllllllllliill Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy Headers. ::::::: Mrs. L. T. Reid was in Louisville Thursday. N. H. Quiggins was in Owens buro Monday. The Wednesday Club will meet with Mrs. D. B. Phelps. Conley Arnold left Monday to vis it his parents in Louisville. Miss Margaret Ashby is in Louis ville this week the guest of relatives. The Ladies' Reading Club will meet this week with Mrs. F. L. Light-foo- t. Mrs. Frank Mattingly and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway are in Louisville this week. Miss Jessie Hemphill has returned from a month's visit with relatives in Troy, Ind. was Mrs. Ed. McAfee, Irvington, here last week to see her mother, Mrs. Mullen. is Miss May Hays, of Louisville, the guest of Mrs. David B. Phelps and Mr. Phelps. Miss Mabel McCracken is here the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCracken. Donald Gregory, of Paducah, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Gregory. Mrs. Perry Davis, of Warsaw, Ky. is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavock. on business last week. He dropped to in and renewed his subscription The Breckenridge News. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Skillman have returned from an extended vis it with relatives in lexas Beard, of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hardinslnirg, attended the commencement here last Friday. Miss Lewey Dejarnette, Hardins-burg- , went to Tell City Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Scott Bell. Mrs. Frank White and children, Henry Richard and Frances White, left Monday for Danville, III. Miss Susie Thomas Payne, of Irv- - Thursday. Mrs. Harry Williams, of Louisville, came Saturday to spend sev eral days with Mrs. Hugh Wood and Mr. Wood. Miss Mary Judith Miller ,of Sample, was the guest of Mrs. Graham Jolly and Misses Jolly last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mildred D. Babbage left Saturday for Cincinnati, to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Goddard Polk and Mr. Polk. Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage spent the week-en- d in Louisville visiting her sisters, Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh and Miss Addie G. Ditto. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weather-hol- t motored to Lexington. Saturday to spend the week-en- d with their son, Forfest Weatherholt. A Red Cross meeting at Fords-villi- last Sunday raised $400. Rev. Weldon conducted the meeting. Fordsville's assessment is $1,000. Mr. I. B. Richardson and Mrs. Richardson went to Louisville Monday to buy goods. Mr. Richardson reports a splendid business. Mr. Joe Elder, Rhodelia, was here Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parks, Lodiburg in Monday. Irvington were Mr. Parks reports fine prospects for crops in his section. Be sure to send your order for any thing in Lumber, Doors, Sash, Col- nnius and Millwork to Fordsville Planing Mill Company, Fordsville, Ky. Mrs. James Sahlie and her father, S. J. Burdette, went to Rockport last Saturday and were the guests of Mrs. Sahlie's brother, Mr. Zach Burdette and Mrs. Burdette. Mrs. Thos. J. Ferry returned Mon day from Leitchtield where she represented the Cloverport Woman's Missionary Society at the Annual Louisville Conference of the W. M. S. War wounde:!, robbed, half dead, Beneath the skies Object of pitv dread, This old world lies lleyond the help, the heart Of mortnl moan lk- - lima Oh tinder Christ, Tti- - fOOd sMMfitMi Christian (niardian. It was with the ileep?t heart felt regret that the members of the I.uciSe Memorial accepted the resignation of Rev. K. K. Reeves who goes to Adair llle. We have onlvwrrds of praise, hifcMif-- t con.mrnrlalion and congratulations to the church at Adaii ville. While in town lat Saturday ami Sunday Mr. Keeves was entertained by Mr. anil Mrs. Chtrlie Keil. Mr. Ed. Cnlty, HirninKham, Ala., brother of Mrs John BarkO has return td home after a two week's visit the guest f the Bui ke family. Mr. Caley was (('.lite III whi'e htre. Arthur Daugnerty has resigned his position at the Government Dam and for two week'-- , ho with his family have betn guests of relatives near town. Mr?. Statira Bait, Louisville is visit, ing her sister, Mrs. Saliie Morton. Charlie Jackson ;.as accepted a position at the shops. The Missionary aod Aid socitty, of the Lncile Manorial will meet at the Satterfield home this afternoon at Miss MtGavock from the country is visiting ner sister. Mis. H.hdJv. Charles Satterfield son of Mr. ami Mrs. C. W. Satterfield, who is located at present at Baltimore, M. D. has just returned from a business trip through Pittsburg, Pa., Washington, D. C, and other states he was in Denver, Col., and went to see Alvin Simmons and family but failed to find them at home. 11 likes Louisville better thau any city ho has been in. Mr. aDd Mrs. Luther Satterfield went to Louisville Saturday and remained until Sunday. Mrs. Charlie Fisher, Rockvale has !Hi little turkeys five week's old and KM little chicks. Who can beat that? Mrs. Harriet Muffet, Rockvale has been for several week's the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Allen. After being confined at her home for several week's owing to u sprained ankle Mrs. Jesse Isom was able to walk to town last week. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt motored to Lexington to attend the of the State College commencement where their son, Forrest is attending school he will return with them. Donald Gregory, Paducah arrived Friday for a several davs visit with his parents, Mr., and Mrs. J. M. Gregory. Mr.. Gregory has been on the sick list. Mr. P. H. Canary visiting his son at Amnions, Ky. Mrs. R. E. Reeves and daughters, Misses Lorene and Claudia Frances were here Sunday And were guests of Mrs Charlie Keil and Miss Mary Chris, Classified ADVERTISEMENTS RATE 1c y Per Word Each Insertion Note Ailvertlirrs plemi' notify tl.e editor haayos tsii tOverileefDent dlacoatlaiisd W 7.e-- r --- . v i WANTED WHITE MALE HELP WANTED. Owing- to incrraftcl boat lima, a Wo accept farce tit iov'Tmtn tit work, live factnry in a li; city, goml air, iim! waicr, K"l wanes, DO labor trouMr- .- AddftM The K. A. AlWfl IM . Kmiiloyrm nt le partmrnt, ( weiilorn, FOR SALE wevks SAI.K liK oM. C, Kivr tint Duroc gilts, E. Light foot, ( lovcrport, six Ky Keep Cool and FOR SALE- Two nil work horses 7 a tii I s years oM. Out good cow ami calt, tine milker. Om two ytar oM sow with six hahy rid--T. Sitiiioii, Kirk, Ky. FOR SALE Pair ness and w agon ; tram.-- - M. Hamman, Iay Son & gtvliTingH, an fori, Ky. Co., the hearse I'lovir- - Co mfortable you wear them. FOR SALE Rofiattffad Dm Jersey hogs ; two hreti sows ; sow w ith seven pigs ; four gilt ; alt inline cnmlition ; pedigrees jurnished Mrs Frank Mattingly, Clover port, Kv. FOR SALE -- J. H. ('. ower Hay Baler Engine, Cora Shredder and Steel Frame Wood Saw, a good combination at a bargain Owenaboro Wagon 8)4x10. Blount Wagon I u xii. Two Steel Marrowa. two Disc Har- ri.ws, one Disc How, Disc Cultivator, Yellow arid W hite Corn, two good teams, large horses and mares. See S. S. England at I'ost Office, Tobinsport, Ind,, or write. with Athletic Union Suits will help you. You'll be full of your usual energy if 2nd Red Cross War Fund Week. May Give till the Heart Says Stop 2027 FOR SALE on Jno. D. SpU'tidld Hnhtut.t' wnlltaff. .viitrully Cloverport, Ky. FOR RENT Ave J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. FOR RENT '2 room cottage on Murray Jno. D. Kabbage, Cloverport, Ky. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS ' for full to Wf Will P1V irt still mi 8,.ts la tet.t, ni) mutter If broken: send tln'm at O&CS and ri' celve rrmlttaiii'p liy return mall t.lut'cn City Tooth Co., 2Ti:i Atlantic Ave., Cincinnati. Ohio. WANTMH You to make extra money by rentintc that sport room or your VHCtint house by runnlnit a Want AU. in THE BKK OKBNBIDOI NBWS. LUST Purse containing Nolte's store and ehorch. News i utile. Rtwasd. money; hetwwen PloAM return to M fa. Everything In BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Wtmtherbotrding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric-Supplies- , Paints, Oil, Grease, Rooting Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located permanently in Hardinsbprg, occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free MARION WEATHERHOLT, General L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Air una Hamman. Miss Mary Elizabeth Miller, Tell City is a guest at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer. Julius Hardin accompained by Miss Anna Guthrie and Miss Mary Keil motored to Hardinsburg Thursday. Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Cloverport, Kentucky HARNF.D Mrs. B. E. Grey and B. Hay are in Owensboro the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Davis were in Louisville Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs James McCoy and daughter, Kthel spent Tuesday iu Custer the guest of Mr. and Mrs. David I'enick. Mrs. J. M. Crume and sons, Raymond and D. K. spent Sunday and Monday in Owensboro. Mrs. Virginia Green who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Saliie Seaton of Fordsville has returned to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs Will May. Kev. Johnston rilled his regular ap pointuient at the Methodist church Sunday. ll Messrs. Sherman Hall, John P. and D C Wa'ls gave some splendid talks in behalf of tbe Ked Cross Drive at. the Methodist church Thursday evening l"resbyterian Mis The Cumberland siouary Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. I.. Bruingtou. The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mc Crews Wednesday and took from the home his mother, Mrs. Win Crews. The fuueral services were conducted at Hardiusburg tbe following day. J. M. Butler, V. G. Goodman and Kobest Wheatherford were iu Louisville on business last week. Kev C L Bruiugton tilled bis regular appointment at Kphesus Sunday. Be cause of the inclement weather the Missionary service was postponed until a later date Mesdames. W. T. Gregory, Florence Pile and Minnie McCoy atteuded the Keil Cross lecture at Hardinsburg Thursday afternoon. I.ittle Lester is suffering from a lnokeu arm caused by falling from a porch while at play Friday. Miss Virginia Payoe, G. W. Payne Has-we- Insurance. Old Reliable Companies j K f " Henry Trtnl ww II. W. Trent ;P.:L. 0(ll I narainsDurg fl a 1 ''' Livery ' S Q74. ' I si i iupru , FppH unA ij vou uiiM vy Sale Stable Hardinsburg, Ky. INSURED? Let US handle your INSURANCE. IT IS A Are vou xsti, luwoMnniaa an iltaaW Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pate motored to Cincinnati, Ohio, Thursday with Mr. H. L. Stader, to visit their son, Amil ,Pate and Mrs. Pate. Mr. Stader motored on to Dayton where he is the guest of Miss Alma Perkins. We pay up to Id dollars per set. Also cash for Old tiold. Silver and broken Jewelry Cheek sent by rtturn mail Uoods held todays for sender's approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dept. A. SOW t SUi Mt., OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN I'hlladelpbla. TIME IS MONEY you, no doubt, would be as rich as Croesus, A man who cau repair watches satisfactorily is If you bad a dollar for every minute you have lost on accouut of that watch of yours losing time, Passed Eight Grade Exam. The pupils who were successful in passing tbe eight grade examination held at tha Cloverport 1'ubllc School building May 10, and II. lncluda: Mlssas Mary Keil, Katie Duke, Mary Christina Hamman, Lilab Campbell, Elsia McKaugho, Jsssis Hurdi n, and Kauy Liahau Kraiuer. Kills Carson, Alfred Wroe, Julius Hardin and Kdward May. Misses Tula Balibsge, Henrietta Shivsly and Otto Kox, the last two named ara of Stepbensport. and Mrs. Arch Weatherford attended the funeral of Miss Anna H. Carden at Irvington Thursday. Mesdames. W. T. (ireeory, S. H. M Crume, K. Davis, H. II. Moorman, i'lle, J. B. Matthews and Miss Lillian May went to West View 1'riday to organise a Keil Cross circle. 1 SAD TO SEE YOUR PROPERTY DESTROYED BUT 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 AGENT FOR SOUND, RELIABLE INSURANCE COMPANIES. IT IS Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of H. A. Whittmghill, deceased, will please file same with me as administratrix, at Glen Dean, Ky., and all persons knowing tbeuisclves to be indebted to said estate will please call and settle same. Coral K. Whittinghill, Admx Glen Dean, Ky. PAUL COMPTON All Kindti of I iiHiirance Written : Thos. Ode wait Railroad Witcl Inspector Ilitrdiushiirg, : Konl ucLv Cliwpirt, If. Mail Ordsrs Kscslvs Prompt Attsntlon. Try Us For Job Printing Long Live The King By MARY ROBERTS RIEHART rnpTrV-tit- . Coprrti h:. I17, MrT Kubnn llnefclrt All Hlbti UtMnei T? RlilrwiT CnipnT fnrfroVy disposed. Her mother wni laoMng ont, with her cool. Impassive Tin ga e. Miss Itrnlthw nil knitted. pottntess, however, met her eye, and there was something xtnniire In them triumph nnd n bit of terror, too, had she but read them. For the MmntBaB bad put In her plcn for a holiday nnd had been rvf'isod. The new fUl'llem f:i d the high road some five miles from the Karnlan border. It stood on n bluff over the river, r.nd was. as the crown prince decided, not so tinlike the desk, after nil, except that it had a amnl arwaad it. Hedwig and the countess went with i Am! BOW Knrl ptajrvd lilx trump rnnl, jln.v- I it With wnhbful I'.vs n Xik-klie V(ii:ld sir If KpoH buy skiI;c the trutli. If thM blnc-ryc- d whs In l ivo Willi Ili'ilwlr. lie un ;i art' ipvt." "I io not aafliiiaaa1 sire." Karl hcaltatcdt 'Jinn, with Ma twisted irdlla! h" oat tlM rigid of ra ti BMttera to Um winds. "It I vi ry atmpta," In- Mid. "Tin N will In' tin more trosbto between tbaaa two neighboring fount ri. s. bucauaa today been BRanged a triage auriage betwei a tbe PrUtceaa lb dwtg, his BaJestT! graaddaogbter, and my- - Kot U n king, thi n, watcfelag n humble aoMtor of Llrcmla, but as man to num. he flMtd iit Nlkky, n "I''nr fM tlmt loyalty kmtft Blbtii. I may My to ymi tint Um old feMbM ict w en KanH Utsati jMtoM m.ui, till" K.ifl of und pMatoMth oyi'M, J.'iil"-.- torn odd ni etlii' itr - self." Fcr Ills u bio aunt NQtkji Lariadi claaad of it had slipped uwuy, leaving a rOWM) black hob-- . Ills heart beit a trltie faster. "I'm awfully worried," he mBed up to her, ns ha fiimbed. "I'm afritld I've broken your baft Bdmethlng clicked, and the watch is gone. It is not on the ground." it was w. ii for the counteaa that the colonel was talking to Hedwig. Wi ll foff her, too, that the other evBceH Were standing behind arlth their eyes v.orshipfully on the prince's. The countess turned gray white. "Donl worry, hiudmess," she said, with sliff li s. "The watch fails back sometimes. I must have It repaired." ti I'.ut long after the tour of the was over, after ammunition rooms had been visited, arlth their long lines of waiting shells, ufter the awltchbonrd which controlled the river mines had been Inspected and explained, .she was still trembling. I'rince Ferdinand William otto, pieces, highness." "Take tin- ribbon from your hair. It looking at the bag later on, saw the watch in place; and drew u long breath will be btailtiful." Winch was done! Hut, as was not of relief. unnatural, the child forgot her speech, CHAPTER IX. uud nu n ly thrust the bouquet, tied with a large pink bow, Into the hands Old Adelbert. of Prince Ferdinand William otto. Old Adelbert of the opera had lost "Ib re." she said, it was, perhaps, the briefest, anil therefore the most his position. No longer, a sausage In agreeable presentation speech the his pocket for refreshment, did he have his little room daily for the crown prince had ever heard. The qua; receded, red carpet and all. opera. A yonng man, who made ogling , and Only the blare of the band followed eyea at Olga, of the garde-robethem, and with the persistence of Who was not careful to keep the lenses sound over water, followed them for clean, had taken his place. He was hurt in his soldier's soul. some time. It WBI Hedwig who showed the most There WBI Ba longer a place In for those who had fought for depression on the trip, nfter all. Karly that morning she had attended mass it. The cry was for the young. And hours a In the pajral chapel. All the tinuschohl even in the first twenty-fou- r u there, and the king had I n subtle change went on in him. His had wheeled In, and had sat iu his box, lojalty, on which lie had built MS Ugh in tin- Wall, the door of which creed of life, turned to bitterness. The lirst day of his Idleness he wan- opened from his private suite. banking up, Hedwig had seen his dered Into the back room of the aah gray old fin e set and rigid. The court bier's shop mar by, where the butler tram the coiner, the maker of had worn black, and the chapel uas sell, draped In en pe. Sin- bad fallen on artificial flow era for graves, uud the her knees and hud tried dutifully to cobbler himself were gathered, ami lispray faff tie' dead Hubert. Itut her tened allheal protest to such talk as whole soul was crying out for help for would have roused him once to white In the aHOBd machine followed a In one si ment "There's a fine view up there," he Tho Boalvanagy of the daatb of Prince Hubert dawned bright and urged. "And the guns won't hurt you. There! nothing in them." sunny. Tin1 Diaca slwwi d n thin To get up It was necessary to climb of mow, which etanft wot ami friir. by nine an Iron ladder. Hedwig v:.s alia ady BttekX to tin' treaa j but o'cliK-moat "f it bad diaappcared) and there. Ab 'Ut a dozen young ohVtffl her up. and had Maes Ferdinand Wiiiiom Otta was many helped of white gloves,ruined us although pairs lnformnl that the excursion would II d conld (limb like a cat, and tuke ptaCBi Twn motota took the party, by b.ick really needed no help at nil. "Vmi go up," said the crown prime in the Ktrei is. to the laaaHag atagat first wi re Annuutiata, BadWigi and eagerly, turning to the countess. "I'll the eoOBtaBBj ami at the last BMMBCBt hold your bag so you can climb." Ha BBBght her handbag ti ) her, Otto had sulvngcd Miss Brulthwatta from the second ear, find beggsd a and Instantly something snapped in It. JgM tor her with bin A police aawat The enunti m was climbim; up the ladent beside the chauffeur. Also BBOtitSf der. BathCf dismayed, I'rince Ferdicontained other nand William Otto surveyed the bug. cur just ahead, agents, by Mcttlich's order before his Bonn thing had broken, he feared. And a plain btock motor, with- in another moment he saw whut It gsjpartnr" was. The little watch which was set out the rojral arms. ,. 1 BJCBa a tire. Only tlw countess, really Interested seemed Eh thrig seemed more Intent on the gh t::ni Una of the bonb r than on gag thing else. She stood on n rampart and stared out nt It. looking very sad. Kven the drill When ut n word all the gnat guns rose and peeped over the (dee at the valley beb'W. and then pped backed nirntn as If they had M M BB0ngB even this failed to rouse her. "I wish oil would listen, Hedwig," Raid the crown prince, almost fretfully. "It's BO int "resting. The enemy's sob ih M would come up the river In boats, and along thai road pa foot. And then we would raise the guns and shoot at them. And the guns Wonid drop back BgalSi I fora the enemy had time to aim at tln ni." Bat BedWlg'a interest wns so evidently aaaamed that ha turned to the The countess profeeeed cottntess. rmlllng terror, nnd stood a little way bach ft an the gnna, looking on. But Priaca Pi rdinand William Otto at last coaxed bef to the top of the finplace- - around the fortifications the The archduchess and ? iss Praithwalte pafftP sou-ht had hUWtS Off shabby uniform, with his wooden leg stretched atrl hefoffg Mm and his pipe clutched irmly In his teeth. I'luMi, freshly shaved nnd brushed, he stalled M a painful search after work. With no result. And, Indeed, he wnff hopeless hefOfa he began. He tmi eld BBji rngrm There was little that ha had even the courage to apply f'r. True, he had bis small pension, but It ciime only twice a yeur, and was sent. Intact, to take care of an Invalid Hall daughter In the country. That was not his. He Bat er used a penny of Glen Dean, Ky. It. And he had) saved a trltie, by living on nlr. as the concierge declared. Polled Dui ham Cattle. Poland BW misfortunes come in threes, like Short Horn China Hogs. fires nnd other en I.mil ties. Tbe afternoon of that very day blBtrgM a biCattle. Hampshire Sheep ter, saying that the dhaghtBT was Huve won im o Kihhons nt State Pairs c ojso and must have an operation, I'ast l ive Years old Adelbert went to church nnd burned a eandle for her recovery, and from there t the hunk to .end by rcdstend mall the surgeon's fee. Ha was bankrupt in twenty-fou- r lis Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THE HOWARD f L MlEftTSIX. Pmpiltlir 1. Directory of M. HOWARD FARMS Prop A SON. G.enDeon. kv. Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Catt,e Duroc Jersey Hogs Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hojjs Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm W. Thos. O'Donoghue Dealer in and BMadtf of Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. land China Hogs and Plymouth Nock Chickens Po- ' Tin n he communications. folded Waited, lie considered that a few C. V. ROltERTSON, hours should bring u return. Ilardlusburfl. Ky. No answer enme. No answer ever DtiALtjU IIS caine. For the king was III, and sci re- tarlea carefully sifted the royal mail. High-Cl- a Mules, That night. In the concierge's bui I'tuniITT reau, he was treated to many InciHarness dents, all alike. The government took, Horses. As well expect hut gave nothing. IT W ILL PAY VOL TO VISIT MY STABLES blood Bat of a stone. Instances were given, heartlcssness plied on heart-- h one sordid story on an- hours. That evening In his extremity he did a recklem thing, lie wrote a letter to the king. He spent hours over It, Sffri ipoatag it In pencil and then copy-In.- it with Ink borrowed from th concierge. It la gun "Sire," as he had learned was the form, and went on M remind Ills mujesty, lirst, of the BOO pi tn I Incident which, having been forty yean agA aright have slipped the nmry. Then came the facts n pal his lost portion, his daughter, the handicap of his WOOdBBI leg. It ended with a plea f r reinstatement or, failing that, for any sort of work. He sent It. unfolded. In a large flat envelope, which aleo he had learned was the Correct thing with kings, who for some reason or other do not like J OWf K A SOUS. Projrulnrs Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers In Hardinsbtirg, Ky.. Route Ky. 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Po led Durham Cattle Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg. Ky., Route Tobacco hshrt h. ORCHARD HOME FARM 0. P. NAYSfY, Proprietor MtBBOBR ok Park Place G. N. The Webster Stock Farm noma, IW Lyddan Farmer. Dealer. Breeder and Feeder of Registered Duroc Jsisey Hogs, IgrtBaafcf f,HyM Roule 2. Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Hursts, ill saaaje rine - .This Space for Sale This Space for Sale other. And Bl be listened there died In old Adalbert! soul his flaming love for his sovereign and his belief In him. Ills eyes took on it hard and haunted look. That night he walked past the palace and shook his fist nt It. He wns greatly ashamed of that, however, and never repeated it. But his soul was now nn open sore, ready for infec- Seed Corn At Reasonable Prices port of tie-- ' suite, BsgflrigTa lady in waiting, two getitleuieu of the court, in panda Irraa, and Pa last Oi agutf ( come from bia awoaaterp ut Btaal to visit bis obi friend, the ktBg. At tin- bUMttng ptagl u small crowd had gatbsrad on Basing the red aarpst laid and the gilt ropes put up. Which A small girt llidieatril a loyal vi.-i-t. with u hastily secured bouquet in her hot bands. Stood nervously waiting. Iu deference to the anniversary, the flowers were tied witli u black ribbon. Aunuuciata grumbled when she saw the crowd, and the occupants of the lirst ear Ipoked thein over carefully. It remained tor Hedwig to spy the black ribbon, in the eonfoalon, aba slipped over to tin' little girl, who went Quite "They urn white Willi excitement. lovely," ftedwlg whispered, "but please The Child tuke off the black ribbon." sped bar anxtooaly, "it win como to - I - - herself. So new aha sat very quiet, and wondered about things. prince Ferdinand William otto iut by the rail and watched the green bunks Hying by. When no one was looking, he broke u lower from the bouquet and flung It overboard. Hi' pretended that it was a bout, und wan pBBnf down to Karnla, tilled with soldiers ready to tight. Hut the ihoimlit of soldiers brought Nlkky to his mind. His face clouded. "It's very struuge about Nlkky," he aid. "lie Is uwuy somewhere. I wish he had sent word he was going." Hedwig looked out over the river. The archduchess glumcd at Miss Brulthwulte. "There Is no news?" she asked, In an undertone. "None." said Miss liruithwulte. A sudden suspicion rose Iu lledwlg's mind, und inude her tuni pale. Whut If they hud sent htm uwuy? Perhaps they feured him enough for thut I If thut were true, she would never know. She knew the wuys of the unlace well enough for thut. In a sort of terror be. gjajit'tti urouyd thjs group so com- - tion. And Black Humbert bided his time. On the day of the exc ursion to the fortress old Adelbert decided to appeal to n:s fellow lodgeff, Herman Spier. Now and lin n, when he was affluent, he had paid small tribute to Herman by means of the camp cookery on which he prided himself. "A soldier's mess!" he would say, and bring in a bowl of soup, or a slice of deer meat, broiled over hot coals in his tiny Stove. "Bat it, man. These reatuurnntl know nothing of food." Herman could not help blBL But be eyed the old soldier uppraisingly. He guessed shrewdly the growing uneasiness behind Adalbert's brave front. If now one could enlist such u man for the cause, that would be worth doing. Among the veterans the old man was Influential, and by this new policy of substituting fresh blood for stale, the government had made many enemies among them The old man's bitterness hud been Increased by two things. First, although he had been dismissed without notice, in tile middle of the week, he had been paid only up to the hour of leaving. That was a grievance. Sec-enbeing slow on his feet, one of the royal motor curs had almost run him down, and the police had cursed him roundly for being In the way. At lust he determined to flrnl llaickel, the student. He did not know his Christian name, nor where h lodged. But he knew the corps he belonged to, by his smull gruy cup Willi u red bund. Ha vwis very nervous when he made this flanl effort. Corps houses were carious places, he had heard, uud full Of scents. Kveii the great professors from the university Blight not enter Without invitation. And his experience had been that students paid small respect to uniforms or to age. Iu truth, be passed the building twice before he could summon courage to touch the e great brass knocker. And the af Its clamor, when ut hist he rapped, startled him again. But here nt least he need not have feured. The student who wus also dooranger. keeper eyed him kindly. "Well, Hut the lion hud not yet gone very he said. deep, and one thing he would not per"1 um seeking a student named mit. It "as when, in the convcisa ion, Haeckti. of this corps," suid old Adelking. Than one of them attached the bert stoutly. indeed he was roused to fury. "Hueckcl?" repeated the doorkeeper. Once upon a time a student named "I think come In, comrude. I will Hueckcl had occasionally hacked him Inquire." up In his defense of the royal family, For the uuuie of Hueckel wus, Just liul for some reusou or other Hueckcl then, one curiously slgnlticuut. came BO more, uud old Adelbert laled He disuppeured, and old Adelbert him. He hud inquired for liiiu fre- wulted. When the doorkeeper requently. lumed, It wus to tell him to follow "Where is the boy Hueckcl V" he hud him, und to leud the wuy downstairs. usked oiiV duy. "I huve not seen In m Two or three studeuts came toward lately." In in at once. "You are eeeklug No one hud replied, but a sort of Hueckel?" one of them asked. grim silence settled over the little "I um. I knew him, but not welL mm, m. Old Adelbert, however, wus not Lately, however, I have thought la he discerning. here 1" Hut, thut first duy of Idleness, when The students exchanged glancea. cobbler's, he resolved he hud left the "He Is not here," one aald. "Where not to return. They hud not been did you know hi in?" uufrleudly, but he had seen ut once "He came frequently to a shop I He was ou there was s difference. longer old Adelbert of the operu. He know of a cobbler's shop, a neighborI wus uu old m. .a only, uud out of work. hood meeting place. A flue lsd. liked him. But recently he bus not He spent hours thst first free after conic, and knowing his corps, 1 came noon repairing his framed limn and here ty Bypl MnVl rum-pnrd, arro-ganc" Write or Phone for Samples and Prices Johnson County White, Boone County White Yellow Dent and other standard early maturing varieties. Tests made by County Agents and Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Germination 90 per cent or betler. Owing to limited amount and shipping conditions order at once, sending specific shipping instructions. Will ship when desired. "I Am Seeking a Student Haeekel." Named They had fidpad to leurn something from Una, und he knew nothing. "He bun disuiiiu'iired," they told him. "He is nut ut his lodging, und he has left his cliisses. He went uwuy suddenly, I eating everything. Thut Is ull we lillllW." EDINGER & COMPANY, Grain Dept. Louisville, Ky. (Continued next week!. NOTICE. To Holders of Bonds Against Breckinridge County., Ky. Notice is hereby given that at the last regular term of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court, and order was entered dircting the Treasurer of Breckinridge County, Kentucky, to advertise for all outstanding bonds now held against said county, which are past due. And the Treasurer of said County is ordered and directed to refund, or renew all of such bonds by taking in and destroying the old ones and issuing a series of new bonds in their place and stead. Renewal bonds will bear five per in from four to five years. 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Where it is no; c.uwenient for tlie bond holder to present bonds for renewal it is suggested that he may send same to either of the banks iu Hardinsburg, Ky., who will act aa his agent in making the transfer Paul Compton, Treasurer of Breckinridge County. Kentucky. Safety W. Honesty PreWen ut Courtesy J. J. Service THURSDAY VHEA3XESS OnniUNlja FIRST STATE BANK, J. J. M. HKUNOON, Irvington, Ky. O. i'A YNK. CwMfr D. LYDUAN. Ciuhter NMOR. Ai. win aJ For High Class Job Printing try The Breckenridge News W I DISCOVER GERMAN PLOT i EASY Assertion TO Z WRITE WITH TOES M.ido That "Accomplishment" Can R? Acquired in a Comparatively Short Time. T GREAT BIRDS OF OTHER DAYS Bones Discovered Prove Tlmt In the Miocene Period They Wcr; Truly of Enormrus Size. In so far us birds arc COOCernssJ, some of the ohh st fossils. In the matter of time (Miocene), oMeh. hnve fallen into the bands at srieno nre those rapriMBtiasj thf great, higlah less, fossil avian gl.ints of Patagonia In South America. They In bar,' to the phnrorlinebhie. It. W. Shufeldf writes In the Scientific Anwrican, Judging from gajejl parts of their BOBSSI as fesjeg ho, n found, they were stridently Isimiisnl btrda gome tin- specleg were of prey, small, but lata is nade ap for by the otin rs; and nuM of Boat ot them (bnatornis) ii had n thigh bono considerably larger and longer than that of an ox. (ii all the renutri ibey aYghtteea btrda of this group, batwi reft was the .'.'i:: it phororhaciis, ii must have been over eight feet lu height! with skull big , gcr than thin of I full crown und much deeper Prom above downward. Wo ktiow ltltle or nothing of these birds or What 'd to their extinction. With its grout booked beak und powerful claws of great stgB, phororhaeos must have been a terror to the anii inls upon which It preyed. Skulls and some Other bones of til's bird have been discovered. fOB-S- ll la-th- a Imr--"I I U s b NS INCREASE ARTILLERY p- ! adies' nts. says: The Instructor continued by saying In addition the allies' artlllerv l 'W hereas, it has come to our knnwl- I distinguished physician had said that causing havoc with German preparaedge thai certain subjects of his inaj-0ty, the king, domiciled In Irelnnd "Nerve means you must be cool, you tions near the front lln"s. while their railway stations and tii'lets behind. the have conspired to enter and have en- - must be very cool, you must be Cool." lines are under nn almost eontlnnons tered Into treasonable communication Just as In finished this explanation, rain bombs drooped by allied wltji the German enemy: and, "Whereas, such treachery Is a men- - u scream was board outside, followed Eni nty artillery and man power nee to the fair name of Ireland and Its by BOVeml pistol shuts. The outer doOT probably become stronger glorious military record, a record into the has, BteBt Of the town library, Which la a source (,f intense pride to where the class was being held, WM as Field Marshal von Rlndenhurg dea country whose suns always distin- - tiling open. TWO men, struggling to- lays a now advance, but the allies' degether, their clothes drenched in blood, fenses gtrln strength in the same ratio gnisneu tneiuseives nua mugnt wun nml n now sonrco ot lighting power, inch heroic valor in the past. In the rolled down the steps Into the room. There were moans from the writhing American army, grows In power, same way as thousands of them are forms on the floor, but the class did Amerleant Are on Two Fronts. now fighting in this war: and r neral Pershing's men are now on "Whereas, drastic measures must be not hour them. They had lloun, BOt taken to put down this (ionium plot, only to the outer door, but to u friendl- both the bnnortant battle fronts T'lnn-der- s y shelter across the street. and Plenrdy but In what numwhich means will be solely directed Nor, when the doctor went across to bers is not disclosed. Their eotirlajg. igninst that plot; them, and explained that the shooting however. Is having S great moral effect t "A "Now. therefore, we, tho lord affray was only a sham one between on the prtttah and French and the of Ireland and governor gen- two BOBjOSJt boys, which he was using longer the Germans delay the greater eral of Inland, have thought lit to to illustrate I. is lecture, would they rewill the American aid become. !his proclamation declaring as turn. Aerial activity Is the most prominent follows: They had completely lost their feature of the news from the fighting Thut It is the duty of nil loyal "nerve," they explained, a. id their ones French and British airmen have subjects of his majesty to assist in nerves were so shaken they must go dropped many more tons of explosives every way his majesty's government home at once, anil go they did. on enemy military targets, while the in Ireland to suppress this treasonaGermans are becoming more active in and to defeat the ble conspiracy attemt;s to set behind the allies' linos. Training Little Children. treacherous attempt of Germany to Children are so open hearted nnd in aerial lighting the Rrithm have the honor of Irishmen for their ready and respond so sweetly and hfonght down a Qermaa awchlnea, own ends ; while Prtttah guns eCC muted for ten "That wo hereby Call upon all loyal quicUly to faith and trust that we often more. Rarita claims tho daetl Ul'thM subjects of his majesty in Ireland to miss great applness by not sharing of 1S alMed airplanes. aid in crushing such conspiracy and. our hopes and Joys more freely with German Losses Are Enormous. them lies, to assist In se- them. so fur as If we keOp the bond very close, our London. May 2ft. The sgsjat definite curing an effective prosecution of the regarding fler- war anil the welfare and safety of the home will become the great meeting figures yet announ place of all children, and this love and nmn losaee on the western front this empire ; "That as n moans to this end wo ci iiiipaiiionship between parents und sprite: have been glTOO to tho Assoshall cause still further stops to lie uildron will be like n powerful mag- ciated Press, since the he ginning of net whose attraction the children can- the nffi nstve no March 21. :'.w Qermaa taken to facilitate and encourage divisions have been on the west, Til enlistment In Ireland In his not, resist. H actually have boon So, from those beginning! the home front, of which ftjeaty's forces in the hops that withAgMOsV resort to compulsion the contribu- tie will be so strengthened that we engaged on the Soinino and out forces may ho need never fear that the allurements tleres fronts. tion of Ireland to those The tOSth German division, which trough I up to the proper strength and of the world can draw our children heavmnde to correspond to the contribu-tion- s from us, but can rest assured that they was one of those suffering most will always return to the "center of ily, lost 70 per cent of Its effoetlves. of oilier parts of the empire." are Seven other flerman divisions deep repose." Asks U. S. to Protest. known to have lost more than BO per Dublin, May 'JO. At u meeting of 45 cent and at least seven other divisions Worms That Thrive on Ice. members of the Irish party with the are named as having lost 40 to .".n per V. V.. IfatthM of the United States Irish Nationalist loader, John Dillon, cent. some survey descrihed presiding, a statement was issued that geological Only forty men to the company were the lowthe bill tor conscription In Ireland was itraago forma thai abound on glaciers. h ft In the 11M division after tho by parliament largely under er purts of the Mount Rainier adopted Bghtlag of March 39 and SO. The tir-- l the Impression thai no attempt would They are dark brown, slender and division was In similar straits iiftor i bout nn Inch In length. On fuvorablo govbe made until a responsible Irish no March M days In July and August millions and reaching ernment and parliament were culled. and the 'J'tHh division was weakened millions, of them may he found writhlead to the I. ah developments similarly on April r. one reginml of the statement says, that the ing on the surface of the loo, SVldl Btlg the Ith ersatz division rirtuaHf was hroedlng there ami feeding on organic g no Intention of government has annihilated OH April i and there are any bill whatever. The stnle-meu- t natter blown upon the glacier lu tho semes of Instances of companies and form of dust. "So essential to their concludes: says Mr. Matthcs, "Is the battalions which almost disappeared. "We beg of the American people and existence," 'i In a five page closely typewritten In the memory of the chill of the ice that they nter several government, inches, and sometimes many feet, be- list of losses to Herman regiments ami sympathy which have existed bonds of 111 the offensive, low the surface on days when the sun divisions engaged between the American and Irish by is particularly hot, reappearing lute which have been substantiated resince the foundation of the Itrltlsh Intelligence officers, there Is in the afternoon." alpublic, to urge upon their liritlsh scarcely a single Instance where the lies the dutj of Immediately applying. losses were not so large ns to cause Real Purpose of the State. in the ease of Ireland, those principles crippling of the etliclency of the unit. freedom and national The ultimate purpose of the state of democratic Estimate of Losses Impossible. so magultlceiitly i alr-t.tolleu-tntin' e I 1 Bellly-Leuretts n, When next you gg to tho r.oo. watch tli" monkeys nse. their hands, suggest Thirteen Alleged Conspirators Are tio Popular Science Monthly, fatten how they seize fbtttgl with their lifts. Arrested; British Government as They do not use their flngor-eiil- s wo do. while the higher monheye, Asks Erin's Loyalty. such ns gorillas nnd chimpanzees, may lie tiimihi to use their fingers, they never learn to use them as easily as !S ISSUED do human beings. PROCLAMATION r. The monkey Is primarily a It lives In forests and swings Srya Ccrtr.ln Perrma Commenieitsd from tree to Mat, using Its hnnds ns honks with which it grasps the With Fc? "Rcricciinn on Ireland! The thumb Is not brought branches. Fair Name" Voluntary into piny. Some South American monRecruiting. keys have tost the thumb thrnmrh disuse; nil that Is left of It Is Indicated Dnhlln, Mny 20. Tlip Irlah Times by a little lump under the skin. any the government luis not nctod n In the hlrhcr monkeys tho wrist Is moment too si mi, ns nil the s!ir;ibuilt like yours. It has tho sane numpointed to another outhrenlt of nrnieil ber of bones. Hut the monkey has Violence possibly !:i connection with never used Ills wrist, nnd so It has lost Hi" binding of (Jens. in troops on Irish the flexibility. The monkey can use his fist to hotter advantage than his shores. hands. London, May 20. Thirteen lenders. Man. on the other blind, has us Ml n the Slim I'YiiH is In Irelnml, Inclnd feet so long simply for the purpose of (who Is Walking, that he would experience conIns tho Countess Implicated In tin- lnihlln uprising), siderable dlflieiiHy in using them as foofeasnr Do Vnloni (n member of pnr- - ho uses his hands. J'et. It is unitizing lliiuent) end other pfi'.inlly promt- - how quickly a man Ml learn to use his toes as ho does Ids fingers. If you Dent, hnve boon arrested, said u dispatch from Puhlln to the Rvcnlng don't believe till just try to write with your toes. first the letters News. Five nrrests were mnde in lMil-tlii" n the heels of the proclamation will he very 1, ".no and awkward. H it of the new lord lleutemint declaring with n very little practice you will that n Oeminn plot lind been unenrlb-M- find that you can write with your font more easily than with your left hand. Those nrrested In the Irlsii onp-Itit wore Doctor Dillon, Arthur Orlf-ilth- if you r.re naturally an attractive aaci else with which the Countess Mnrklewlce, De Vnlera nnd n Sinn Fein lender named to while RWay an hour. We know you win try the experiment. i' .rove. The Freeman's Journal of Dublin snys tlmt conscription will be put Into LESSON WAS TOO REALISTIC effi ct In Irelnnd under cover of the revelations that nre now being made. Class In Flret-AiWork Promptly Arrests were mnde in different parts Proved Th.it "Nerve" Was a Thing slmulinne-oiisiy- . of Ireland, bnl weri made Th?y Lacked. All followed the revelatloo that German propaganda was being liber A doctor of a small town of central ally distributed In Ireland. Missouri was instruct ing a class of 80 The Star, In referring to the matter, enthusiastic young women !u tirs'.-alpid: work, 'The developments Indicate that Tho lesson for the evening was on will be applied to Ireland nerve, und he was endeavoring to 'Immediately." them as to Just what was meant by "nerve." and how It was esConspire With Germans. pecially noce.-sarin the case of ticcl-l- i The proclamation of the lord Ur-;,'! lci j n L right-hande- d, i d d lieu-ttnfty HI tmmt Prepare now Children's Summer Ouifit Toggery Latest Millinery Dre 1 Violent Big Gun Battle RiportoJ as in Progress lOUttl of Amiens. Socki ami Stocking! Slippers foodf is cry Urulerw car ss ( j 1 Hats Hair Ribbon I'arasols Fans am losses In Filling Corsets are heavy Cen-tcra Shod Mid-Summ- er for the Authentic Reports Show Are Exhausted Kaiser Fir.ch Depleted Difficulty R?nl;3 for New Drive. Days and Subscribe to the Red Cross War Fund Men's Summer Washington, May 20, Tin Amei an Mrpedtflonpry force hns become sack n military frctor on the western battle front, members, of the senate m'li- tnry committee Were advised at tbelf weekly conference with Secretary Baker and the war council, thai they bow rail third n the mileage beW, The French hold the meet mileage, the British rank second, r.nd the Ameri' cans third, exceeding the mileage held by the p, 'Igtans, Purls. May 20. Tloiont artillery ffghtlng north mid south of the Avre river i n In fr ''it below Amlen is re-ported In tb oflclnl itat ment London, May 2ft. Heavy artillery Bfihtlns eft e n Otvenehy and Robeen, on the south rn side of Ike Handera salient, is reported by tno war office. Filling Ranks. Foe Hrs r.i'r weath r during the hud few days and a greal tnerease In aerial activity have Mt yet result m1 In I renewal of t....ivy Infantry Bghrtng. The artillery combats go on violently no Important sectors, l":1 neither the German mfnntry nor artillery displays the activity which naming marks the com-lnt- r of n Mow nxalnsi tho allies' Itnes, Tho ' petny, It Is believed In London, is preparing for it mighty attach greater In force. If possible, than tho smash front on M. rch 21 along the Bfty-mlt-e southward from Arras, The Germans, however, are kaTtng difficult? In lillin-.- ' up their greatly depleted ranks, some divisions having lost more than BO per cent and one 70 per cent of their effectives n the recent fighting. Artillery Is Cattslna Havoc i I Drive Clothes Straw 9 Bring i lats Low Slices Wash Tics I his ns Week Your Produce. We pay Underwear Shirts Socks the I righett Market Prices. CHANGED TO HEAD OF LIST1 Old Ncrjro Had Particular Rca:;n for Rcfusiny HSBBOfOetB to lis Knov.n as 2eno. I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Kentucky ' story is told of nn old negro who! bad accumulated his savings in I b ink ill one of the Southern towns, says tho Ootttmbw Diepatch, One day the bank failed. Eeno was th Ban t of the old man, and when told tin bank hud failed no spent hours around (ho door, as If ho' hoped in thai way to get his BWBey, One day the receiver said to him i "Pon t yon know that the bank has to be examined before any depositors can' get their money? This is not the lirst A s ej hniik (hat has fulled." "Shore. Ah knows dat." Zeno answered. "All's lu ered tell of banks bus-tibefore dJa, bnl dis been an da fust time dat a bank evah busted right sipiah In mall face." At last the examinations won; over and the receiver announced that the depositors would be paid in alphabet-lea-l order. Some mistake bad been BUlda In DgBring, and when they got down to Ws the money gave out and Sena lost his eavtaga, tint he didn't UMM all his COWage. lie saved for a few imeiths and had a little to put in another bank, Bo went to the cashier, who said : "All right, Zono. wo will bo glad to open an account fur you." "Mah bo said. "Zeno Bnthtn'," Bams ain't Bona no mob. mah name's n' m Startling News Is ft ft Crowding the Telegraph M i Wires Every Day m 9 m B Undoubtedly We Habe Entered Upon ice (gi ft 9 ft ft 1 ft ft .tf; the Most Momentous Months in the History of the Universe. I Aaron." Things That Have Passed. Here are some things got of the present generation, yet within the memory ot the oldest Inhabitant. They are onsmernted by Qeorge Conetgnl in the Louisville CunrieisJonrnaL Little girls and boys who could correctly name In sequence the bonks of the Bible, recite the beatitudes ami give the personnel of the twelve disciples, and to Whom the names and antecedents of movie slurs were us veiled mysteries. Mothers whose delight was to set n susialniiig table of good food to their growing children, ut which st 'ak and brown gravy, big fat biscuits and fresh milk in unlimited measure predominated, the whole preserves and flanked by home-madjellies, ami WOOM get abomination was food oaten from u paper bag. Memory cards, affected by loving couples in their middle teens, sent through tho lniii's and conveying ardent aeaUmenta of personal regard in rustic gothlc type, and HBlhla gonad With cooing doves, hearts pierced with aTTOWS and wreaths of well-cookee forget-me-not- lie World Revolves Around Newspapers You Want the News and All the New pjjj While It Is Really News, You must Read kji ft If ft s ft the Courier-Journ- al Every Dav. Lite Breckenridge News has made a clubbinj t i i i ...:L. .' nr, v inn ic uuriiut uj wiui.il jj; jjej iirraujgviun m wuu iiic & people of this lection may get the Courier- - Journal JjRi HI every day but Sunday by mail and The Brecken- ft ridge News both a full year for $6.00. The Daily ft ft Courier-- 1 ournal alone costs subscribers $5.00 per S l. f rj i ea The m paper ysj in the most quoted new its news ami views are not ex- celled by any publication anyw here. I'lace vmir tyi S order through The Breckenridge New s. Courier-(ournal is s- 2 ml V E I I Whist. The number of al1 posslhle dlsl dilutions of u pack of cards In the game of whist. Is BUjSJI quadrillions and T8T.T86 trillions and ITT.T'.rj blllloM ami B86v2ST millions and ieQ.000, Tho following Illustration may give an idea of the immensity of i his number: if on the entire surface of our globe, inclusive of all mountains and oceans, whist tables could bo so placed tlmt Bach table together with the four players should occupy no more space than (.'i!t.:t7 one square meter square Inches), and if ihev should play whist Incessantly, each game consuming only five minutes, it would require more Umn a thousand lallliuii years hefore every passible dlstrllnition of the H curds could bo realised. How to Read. At best the printed words of nn author represent but a poor fraction of what is in his thought and feeling, of what he would express If ho could. Therefore, It is well to follow Raskin's udvlce on "reading for the iboticht," und "get Into th. halm of locking Intensely ut words and assure yourself of their meaning syllable by syllable nuy, letter by letter." Not only does his help you to understand the author's moaning by comprehending his words, but the uct of concentration fertilizes and awakens your own mind and tends to betas gOg meg such with tho idea expressed, and with the author, that you ure Illumined by far more of tho subject than the printed words alone coutuin. Uilli.au W. To wno iu Nautilus. l Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridce News $1.00 1.50 $2.50 Both 1 Year for $2.25 $3.00 .50 1.50 Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News $5.00 set forth In President Wilson's declarations, the holietll of which Is denied In Ireland, while tho Irish people ure tailed on to HlJit for them In foreign lauds." Two Negroes Lynched. Valdo-ltie.. May 'JO. Will Head und Will Thompson, negroes implicated in the murder of llstnptou Smith und shooting ..; Mi. Htulth at lliirney, Mead Is said v on ly o.hI lust night to hae confessed a plot ugulust the a. . zr j SUIH. them in fear, to subject them to the will of ethers, inn, on the contrury, to allow each us far as possible to live in security, that Is, to preserve fur inch ids natural right to live without harm No, to himself H to Ids neighbor. the object of the stute Is not to ininsloria reasonable heings Into or automutn ; Its object is to the citizens to develop in security ibeir bodies and their minds, freely to employ their reason. The true end of the stute, therefore. Is liberty. Spinous,. 1 t, Ulll-uiae Is not to rule men, to keep While It Is Impossible to make from these figures any exact estimate of tho total losses of the (ioniums. It Is evident that the enemy's allies have been exceedingly heavy. One evidence of this tact Is that tne Oaraaana, after calling bum all nvaii- uble reserve depots In the western to i compelled area, have already draft Into crippled divisions men drawn from Germany Itself, Including those of the Ut20 cluss. From this It may be concluded that the demand for men to replace losses has been greater Uiuu reserve centers could supply. siilll-rlentlI All For Only $4.00 Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. fm ananamaggnaamnm 1 Use News Want Ads for Results rfif i iii - HARDINSBURG McDaoirls ,ind Harned Ked Cross Societies dent in knitting and hospital shirts last week One pair of nocks from Harned was knitted by little Miss All ha Robinson who has two brothers in the Navy .in one in tne airay. Mrs. M H Kincheloe returned from Shelbyville where she was the guest oi relatives. Supt J. R. Meador and Mrs Meador attended the commencement of the High School last Friday Cloverport evening. Miss Rosa l,nu Ditto and brother, relatives in Irving-to- n Lewis Ditto last week. Mrs. W. C. Moorman was in Louis-vill- e shopping last week Mr. and Mrs. W. M Hatcher and baby are at home from a visit to his parents in Louisiana. Glen Miss Kn, mi Lou Moorman, Dean was the guest Tuesday of Mis. J. Raleigh Meador. Rev. Robert Johnson has returned from a visit to his brother near Eddy-villstill have a limited amount of RelMbie Homctead tobaMU grower -- T. J Hook, Hardinsburg, Ky. The Ladies Prayer Meeting will hold their weekly meeting with Mrs. Milton Coke Friday afternoon at J o'clock. Mrs. Win Crews died at Harned Wednesday am) was buried here in St. Roruaulds cemetery Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs C. V. Robertsou have returned (rom Tennessee. Attorney ins Brown w.is i:i Brandeu-burlist week on legal business. Mr. and Mrs. M. D Beard ami son, R dph Heard returned Irom Louisville Yes, I Thursday to attend tht funeral Crews Mrs. of Mrs Point visited week (I'm Hardaway and son, West Mrs. John Galloway last BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT A. B. SKILLMAN. Mrs. G. W. Milburn and daughters are visiting relatives at Custer. Miss Myrtle Lyddan, Webster spent President- - RAY LEWIS HEYSER. Acting Cashier night with Mrs. Nancy Wednesday Henry. She was enroute to Leitchfield to atund the Missionary Conference. Huston has Mrs. Nanie Anderson, been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. THE BANK OF SECURITY WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN SERVICE CONTENTMENT 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Ashcraft. Mrs. M. P. Payne enteitiined at dinner Friday in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. C H Amster, Bowling Green, Miss Angie Gibson and Rev. Reid. Mrs. Hotteil. New Albany is visiting her son, J. B. Hottell and M,s. Hottell Mrs. R. W. Meador is visiting rela. lives at L'bacon and Perryville. W. B. Taylor entertained at Mrs Five Hundred Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M McAfee was in Cloverport last week to see her mother, Mrs. Mullen. Mrs. G. T. Marshall was called to Elizibethiown Saturday on account of the illness of ner father, Mr. Patton. Mr. L tie Hopkins, Iivansville visited hissiuer, Mrs. R. E. Reeves last wabK. Mrs. Neil McClintick, L misville has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Cornwall. Miss Virginia Head visi:ed friends in Louisville last wte'i. Mrs. Htwkins Smith, Garfield was in SOwl Sunday enroute to Hot Springs t. Ark. Miss Mamie Pate, Louisville will spend the week end with Mrs. J. F Vogel. R. A Crider, Louisville will visit Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowellthis wtek. that O il g Saturday. The same teachers were elected bsjfl for next year with the exception of Hie Miss seventh and eighth grades, Klmiua Lyons resigned and Miss Eliz i Taylor was elected in her place Twenty took the teachers examination here Friday and Saturday. Mrs. W. T. Gregory, Mrs Eli Pile and Mis James McCoy, Harned were at the Red Cross heai'iju irters Thursday. Mrs. Jim ate died Saturday morning near town and was buried Sunday She was tighty two at McQm4N year.- - old. Mis. Will Simmons and baby, Irving-toare the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Nat Wathmglon. Miss Ruth Chambiiss lias returned from C'lovui port where she taught this year. Mis Cljra Uelle Kincheloe, Louis ville was the guest Saturday and Sunday of her parents, Mi. and Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe. Mil J T. Smith and baby visited brother, Ml Will l'otts on the pike last week. C. K Haswell, Louisville was in town last week. Homestead tobacco grower I, J Hook. Jesse l'otts, Shrlbyviile and David l'otts, QatAskl have been tile guests of their bi other, Joseph l'otts uear town. Attorney John P. Haswell, Jr , has returned to his DO IOC in Louisville. C. 9, Dr. Wimberly, Louisville preached a splendid sermon to the graduates S inday morning at eleven o'clock Irom Rev., I Chapter, I and 6 verses. I II Richardson Mr. ami Mrs and children. Gat Add WtN the Sunday guests oi Mr. ami Mrs. Mioor Compton. 1 STEPHENSPORT I) M S'.iles, Louisville visited rela here last week. Miss Lucy Whitworth left Saturday for Lodiburg 10 visit her granufather, James Whitwoith und Mrs. Whitworth. Mrs. W. J. Sciiopp who has been visiting relatives iu Louisville returned Wednesday. Mrs Johu Gibson and little Miss Sample were guests ot Mabel Wither-,Mi.ss Lena l'ayne Tuesday. Mrs. A. B. Crawford is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. S. EuK.i-.l- at Amnions. Kvansviile is Mrs Owen Shoemaker, the guist of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O, MlCoj Mrs. Ida Nottingham, Loditurg was the guest of Mrs. W.J. Schopp Satui-dai . U. r.- - : J- - : --tJHHW . asjnBjVWiwrjf aaw r agnail' - 1J XTr if - ' - ' l.V n Of Them We Ask Their Lives; Of You Only Money is only one way to give to the Red Cross give till your heart says stop. A little contribution is only a salve to pride. ihis is not to say that contributions of only one dollar, or even ot only one nickel, are not desired and needed. 'I hey are! jror you io feive Jo when you can give $25 tor you to give 2b when you can give ilull, or to give 51U0 when you can give i5U0 is io uougc ihe heaviest obligation that this war ha iaid upon you. ieniember, this is not a charity: this is a duty. ought man caa un you uuw uiucti you to give. Except Oils: that "Over Thero" the need is so great that only uy cutting to the quick, only by giving ull thai you ihlnk you can give and then more only by giving not a Utile of your excess but much of it only by taking from your own children and trom your wifo and o Mis. Low Brinsley was in Brauder. Mouday. Mrs. Russell Pendleton, Amnions was the guest last "veek of lit r sisters, Mrs. Minor and Ernest Pierce. Richard McAfee and Cyrus Merritt were in Cloverport Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and children and Mrs. Connard Lewis visited relat.ves at Camp Taylor Sunday. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Gentry on the birth of a son, Christy Gantry. Arch Sti'e-;- Louisville visiled his sis t;r, Mrs. Mary Morgan last week. Mr, and Mrs. Win Ahl and children were Sunday guests oi their daughter, Mrs. Owen Maysey ai d Mr. Maysey a Addison- 1 Irom yourself, can the needs of tha men who are righting for you and tha needs of the children of the men who have died for you bo met. Millions of loyal Americans win pledge a part of each month's earnings during June, July, August and s- pi. $100,000, UOU must be raised. What Will You Do To Help? Red Cross 2nd War Fund May Every cent given to UeU Cross War Fund goes lor War Kellef. ine American Red Cross is the largest aim uuosi olucKiit organization for the relief ot suffering "uu lue world has ever seen. It is made up almost entirely uf volunteer workers, lv.OOO.OOO unselllsh Americans. It is today bringing relief to suffering humanity, both military and civil, in every war-torAllied 20-2- 7 Wht'ti have backache llujvt-or kidney Off sun- In In- out ot near. TTJ San- ol it 4aaa oaayoan hr Ike liver, kidney ami bM4ar, A trial Ml katth ill 0ll In you., l.t-- t )u Mrs. Rosie Bunett let t Friday for a and two weeks visit at Kvansviile New Harmony, led, Mr. and Mrs A B Cashman and children were guests of relatives at it Ml llu- lru; idim- Lodiburg Sunday. Scott Mattingly attempting to cut a chicken's head off, cut a deep gash in his left arm below the elbow. Dr. O. E Fciguson dressed the wound. guest of Saturday. Miss Morgrea Diiu'ehke, Holt was the Miss Hemietla Shively last Your Army, your Navy, and your Allies enthusiIt is there to help our soldier boys In time of astically endorse It. Twenty-twneed. million AniertcaDs have Joined 1L country. Uy helping the starving women and children In the ruined districts of Kruno- and Italy it performs a distinctly military service. A soldier who uiows that Ked Cross is helping his family fights with renewed spirit Thus does Ked Cross help to win the war. Congress authorizes It. President Wilson heads It, The War Department audits Its accounts. IRVIiNGTON Mr. A. I. Ashcraft and son, Albert Dentin have returned from a visit with Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Kagau, Frankfort. Miss Cassie Bush, Louisville has been at the bedside of her neice, Miss Ethel-ber- t Thomas who is seriously ill. Miss Mary Hardin, Elkhorn who attended high school hare has returned to her home Rev. aud Mrs. P. H. Ryan and children are spending two week's with their parents io Louisville .ml Crestwood. Logan Helm, Lexington h s been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bate Wash- J Eldred Corley, one of the bridge crew suffered a painful accident, by a heavy piece of timber falling on his feet crushing them. Miss Henrietta Shively visittd friends at Holt last week. To Help Win The War This L Space i Patriotically Donated by THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG Hardinsburg, Ky. & TRUST CO GARFIELD. A program was rendered at the Baptist church Friday night by the good citizens of Hardinsburg in iulerest of the Red Cross Drive, the speakers were Messrs. Sherman Ball, Gus Brown, ington. Paul Basham and Mm, John D Shaw. Irvington cit:;us in Louisville last Mesdames. Miller Deliaveu and John week Messrs. aud Mesdames. A. T. D. Shaw rendered a duet accompanied Drane, Virgil Brite, Misses Angie GibMr. and Mrs. I. B. Kichardsou were by Mrs. Hatcher. son and Martha Howe Brite. in Hardinsburg Wednesday. Mrs. W. Piggott was in Leitchlield Miss Martha Harned visited relatives Mrs. Taylor Compton, Misses Mir- and Coustaniiae la-- t wtek. last week atteudiug Missiouary Con- at Custer riam Compton and Myrtle Ater. Ray Richard Carmau has gone to Illinois raond visited friends here laat week. ference. to visit his children for an iudeliuate A family reunion will be held at the Messrs. u vail and Paul Compton. time. home of Mr. aud Mrs. T. N. McGlotnlaii Hardinsburg attended the Red Cross Mrs. Alvah Basham is visiting Mr. meeting here Kridav night. Sunday the occasion belug in honor ol Mr. McGlothlan's sixty-fiftbirthday. and Mrs. H. D'. Basham, Kiugswood. The Baptist Missionary Society met Mrs. D. H. Smith, who has been a with Mrs. Robert Pool Wednesday. Miss Allelic Brashear, Alta I. una. ufferer for several years with a chronic Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Krymiie. Mrs. H. B. Moornuiu and daughter, Kkrou, Stauford Brashear, Fry mire aud ulcer will leave soon for Hot Springs, Rev. Rent will be present. Miss Louise spent Tuesday night with Ark , fur treatment. J D. Lyddau spent Friday night with R. H. Penick has returned from a Mr. and Mrs U. H. Smith. his patents at Webster. visit with his son, Rev. R. (J. Penick Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Heuuinger Mrs. J D Crews was in Hardlosburg and family at Hudgcnville. visited relatives in Harned last week. I On accouut of illness in the home of H. S. English it was impossible for him to fill his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. Rev. Urover Walker supplied. Little Clement Priest happened to a very painful and probably serious accident Tuesday by shooting himselt through tht hand with an automatic pistol. The bullet went through a window and just missed his brother's Or. Sandback was called to bead. dress the wound. Jesse Potts, Shelby county visited brother, J U. Potts at the home of bis nelce, Mrs. J. A. Saadbacb. Rv. Mrs. as. McCoy, 11 until and Mrs. V. W. Smith spent Tuesday with Mrs. David Penick. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tate whs buried here Monday. Dr. J. W. Meador was 'ailed Tuesday to see Mrs. Andrew Squires. Two of our home boys, Virda Brown and Allah Basham have sailed for Hunter Henninger, West View were married in Jeftersonvllle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. LeGrand and Mrs. Ella Mattingly were in Irvington last week to see Miss Ethel Bert Thorn, as who is seriously ill. Dr. R. W. Meador was in town Fri day. J. D. Potts and Jesse Potts wr guests of their brother, Joe Potts ajv Mi- Bob Mattingly, Harned was the Hardinsburg last weak. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. (ilasacock Miss Jacla Lyon vi.i'?d her sister. Monday. Mrs. Ora Gray Wednesday tod SaturMiss Anna Mildred Smith, daughter day and attended the Red Crocs en tar. of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smllb, and Mr. talument. France.