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The Breckenridge news: May 29, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918052901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 29, 1918 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' Mm. Kerd Mwlaee, Irvington is the guest of relatives In town. Dr. soil Mrs. S. P. Parks and son, Irvington m,otored to town Sunday afternoon. The Crowd Sunday afternoon was as large as on circuit Court. Father?, mothers, wives and sweethearts came Don't experiment on This is clothes now B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Floor Coverings Rugs 9 a 12 with the boys who were in this call. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Withers, Kirk were visitors in town Sunday. for fMIKI was raised last Wednesday the Red Cross. A large crowd was pre sent. Two American soldiers just from the French treuehes spoke, also Messrs and Brown. TU Morgan, Cherry Chapter sold dinner and ci eared tljB which was donated to the Red Crois no time to experiment in clothes. You may have enough money so that you can afford to take a chance on doubtful quality. Matting Floor Craft Congoleum Brussels Fund. Prof. Ci R. McCoy, Cloverport was In town Thursday and attended the commencement exercises. Rev. Robert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Trent and baby will attend the District Conference at Upton this week Dr. J. W. Meador and Mrs. Meador Custer and Dr. Raymond Meador and Mrs. Meador, Irvington attended the Thursday commencement exercises evening. Mrs. Homer Combest, Louisville is the guest of her parenta, Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitworth. J. C. Payne and daughter. Miss Susie Thomas Payne, Irvington were in town Friday. Mrs. Anna Hayes. Clevland, Ohio, is the guest of her nephew, Marshall Nor ton and Mrs. Norton. Mrs. Nannie Hook and daughter, Miss Alliens Hoolc are at home from an extended visit to her son in Youngs town, Ohio. R. C. Richardson, Midway and Miss .ahnfSallie Richardson, Union Star have been m. ' toe guests ot tnetr sister, Mrs. r. ai Beard and Mr. Beard. Miss Judith Ellen Beard has returned from Central City where she has been teaching in the hign school. The Ladles Prayer Meeting will hold its next meeting with Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe Friday afternoon at three o clock. Miss Annie Wyman left Friday for her home in Maysville to spend her But you cant afford to waste resources that our fighters need. When you buy cheap clothes you're not only wasting your money but you're wasting labor and wool. You'll have to buy nearly two cheap cotton mixed suits to get the wear that is in one ol suit. That requires nearly good again twice as much labor and at least one-ha- lf all-wo- $5.00 and $6.00 $8.75 $12.50 $14.50 $1K.50 Highsphire Tapestry Hudson Nipperhams Seamless $25.00 $30.00 Just Received New Patterns of Matting bv the yard . . 50c and 60c 10 as much wool. Marx clothes are all wool for long wear and economy: we sell them because we can say that about them. We dont say that because we have the clothes there's a difference. Ladies Black Silk Hose 65c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 Ladies White Silk Hose 65c, $1.25, $1.50 Hart Schaffner & Ladies Silk Hose in Bronze, Khaki, Sikes $1.50 Mail orders rilled. Postage prepaid. B. F. BEARD & CO. vacation. Misses Adelk and Mary Fryinire have returned to their home in Chenault. Prof. J. C. Steele lefj Friday for Prof. Steele will De married day to meet Mrs Loyd's mother, who Louisville. fourth to Miss Ethel Coleman, will return with them. June the Mrs. Vane Pate, Louisville has been Cleveland, Ohio. Mc for two weeks the guest of her daughter Mrs. A. M. Kincheloe went to M. Tabeiling. Quady Friday and organized a Red Mrs F. Mrs. Nat Tucker who h is been quite Cross Society. ill is much improved. Miss Esther Meador came down from Mrs. Rob Wilson has postponed her Louisville and attended the commence. vi3it to Davton, Ohio on account of the ment exercises. Mrs. Luther i ate. Miss Etiniua Lyons has returned to illness of her aunt, her home in McQuady. Dr. M M. Kincheloe entertained Bishop Woodcock. The Bishop's address on Patriotism to the graduating class was very fine. Misses Emma and Bettie Pile have returned to their home in Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Q, D Beard and children and Miss hi a Ahl spent Sunday in Cloverport with their brother, Sam Ahl and Mrs. Ahl. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Gibson and Mrs. Amos Board, Cloverport were in town BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. Bs SKILLMAN,. K OF CLOVERPORT RAY LEWIS HEYSER, President Acting Cashier THE BANK OF SECURITY. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN GARFIELD. Klla Mattingly, V. W. Sandbach and children, called on Mrs. Andrew Squires, wnc is ill. Tuesday. D. H. Smith returned from Hot Springs. Ark., Thursday, and reported Mrs. Smith as doing nicelv. Quite a delegation from here, attended the Red Cross Drive, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. 1. U. Richardson the comand children attended mencement at Hardinsburg, on last Thursday night. Mrs. A. D. LeGrand and son.Char- lie. Misses Pearl Belle Mattingty and Cora May Tabor attended the t'uner.il of Miss Ethel Bert Thomas, at Irvington, Thursday. Mrs. Laura Bridwell, of Louisville. is visiting relatives here and at Wood Mesdaines. SERVICE CONTENTMENT L0DIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bandy and family Mr. and Mrs. Grajson Payne and family Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Payne and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Shellman, Frymire last Sunday. 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits their employers reported entire satisfaction. Out of 7J0 Chicago high school boys who were sent out on out on farms in Illinois last summer, all but four made good. In most cases, farmers who used boys last year requested that they be a boy again this year. Although in many cases the boys of the Reserve are inexperienced in farm work, they are strong, healthy, intelligent, willing, and are inspired by the patriotic desire io render faithful service. By exercising a reasonable amount of patience and tact, farmers unquestionably can make the work of these boys both helpful and qrotrtable. The boys may be taken on trial at a minima wage until their value is shown Terms may then be mad.- which will fair both to the boy ami the farmer. l'armers wishing to secure the service of cases d Amnions t.uy Nelson and Irvin llorsiev were 111 SUCH A SMART BROTHER Smith, J. A. Thursday. Mrs. Robert Johnson and daughters, Misses Katnrah and Christine will go to Elizabethtowo this week for a visit to Rev. Hogard and family. Marvin Beard Jr., returned home from the K. M. I. Saturday evening. He was accompanied home by two of his school mates. Mrs. Lee Bishop wiil sell all millinery at cost during the month of June. See hat. her and get your Mr. and Mrs. M. D. B;ard entertain ed a number of the younger set Saturday evening in honor of their son, M. D Beard Jr. and his guests Sixty-si- x left here Monday morning for Camp Zachary Taylor. Several of them were school teachers. HILL ITEMS Addis Kramer was married last Thursday to Miss Elizabeth Miller of 'Tell City, Ind. They came on the afteruoou to the borne of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer. Mr. Luther Pale arrived last week with bis wife who issetiously ill with For eleven weeks, Mrs. tuberculosis. Pate had been a patient in the Evans-vlll- e They were enroute City Hospital to their borne in the country but owing to her serious condition she is at Mr. Pate's mother's, Mrs. K. S. Pate. Arthur Daugbtery spent three days of last week in Fordsville on business Charlie SatterAeld was able to be at the store last Saturday after being at home from general debility and severe cold. Mrs. r O. B. Mattlngly has gone to McQuady to be at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Joe Ball who is suffering with cancer and the worst expected at ear tiase. Mr. tad Mrs. Charlie Lord left Moo- - Miss Jennie Basham visited Miss Mamie Decker Saturday and Sutday. Merlin Bisham, Omp Zachary Tay lor visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B tsham the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Basham spent Sunday in Webster with Mrs. Basham's pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. Mc Payne. The ice cream supper given by Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin Friday evening for the benelit of the Red Cross was quite a success. They took in $ti They took in $43 at the ice cream supper Saturday evening at Mstic for the Ked Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, Cloverport were the Suudav guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keys. Miss Annie Lee Hardiu, St Louis will spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs B F. Hardin. Mr. and Mrs Wallace Parks and son, Jesse Hardin of Prjmire spent Friday with Mrs. Parks pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hardin. Jubal Hardin and Miss Mary Robert son were married about one monih ago in Virginia. They are living in Norfork where Mr. Hardin is in ihe navy. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown's two boys, Keneth and Gordan of Louisville who have been visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. If own returced home Thursday. Lieut. Clyde Hardin son of P. B. Hardin will start for France soon. Mrs. J. B. Hutcherson and four child ren of Klitabetbtown were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. William KeVa.' Miss Annie Keys who had an operation performed on her eye by Dr. Alvia ot Klizabethtown can see to thread 'a She had been totally blind in needle that eye. She Is now clerking in the store for A. M. Hardin. Misses Ruby and Eva Adkiason their cousin, Miss Bvelyn Cox at Sample last Sunday. J. E. Payne sold to Alvia Skill man last week a floe span of mules for ItfO visit-visited ' Sample Monday Mother's night will be observed at the Ilaptist church June 9 Mrs Margaret Canary was the guest of Mrs. Ruby C.ampkii s Monday. Jim Severs was the guest of his broth er in Owensboro this week. Misses (lUrlie and I, aura Nelson and Juda Horsley were the guests of Miss Carrie Severs Thursday. Mrs I.uella Shellman was in Stephensport Thursday. Hiss Ethel Morgan and Mrs Margaret Canary were the guests of Mrs. Cal Morgan Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. 'fish Gampkins are upon the congratulations receiving arrival of a boy, Joe Patent ( '.ampkius - But It le Entirely Probable Sister Did Not Appreciate Hie Peculiar Form of Wit. A young lady In Lakewood Is of h opinion that she Is grown up In which opinion she Is not encouraged either by her parents or her older brother. She Is fifteen, brother Is sixteen. She thinks that young men should be allowed to call on her In the evening; brother J"ers, parents shrike their lirnds. Finally the girl's mother consented to her having a certain approved boyj Call, provided he came on n Friday evei nlng. Anil the excited aaaieel call the favored youth up on the phone imparted tne glad news. It Is pi suined that the young man he was I of eighteen yenrs old) .spent a g . ....... ... . I O ..All. when the swain rang the doorbell. Brother rinswered. "Ah," began the caller, clearing his throat. "Is Miss Jones at home?" "Come In," answered Brother, equivocally. Then he went to the foot of V. ! boys for the summer Sanol Is .uri-lDo you get up at eight? should net in touch with their country row. the bet for all kidney or bladder troubles. agricultural agent and secure application Little Miss Jessie Leigh Triplett, Sanol giies rein in '.'4 hour, from all hack cards, these cards should be tilled out of Irvington, is the guest of her ache and bladder trouble. Sanol is a guar- ami returned to the county aueut who will take steps at once to secure a boy grandmother. anteed nnie.i. kjc ana sum a norm- at for the applicant. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Snytfer are the drug store. - of one or more receiving congratulations 011 the arrival of a little sldier by. Mrs. J. W. Marr received a letter, last week trin her sn, Clay, wh is serving in the army, stating that he had been injured hy being caught between two motor trucks, breaking some bones and mashing his shoulder badly. Mrs. Claude Shumate spent Friday with Mrs. ell Board and Miss Kutta Board. T. A. Gray was in Louisville, last Thursday and Friday. Milton Basham was in town Monday, calling on friends. Mrs. Klla Mattingly and daughter had as their guests, Sunday, Misses l.ydia Macy and Nannie Board, Mrs. L. P. Poole and son, Karl Edward USING THE BOYS Working Reserve as a Means of Relieving the Farm Labor Shortage. County Agricultural Agent. Jonph Harth, has received a package of ap plication cards to be used in secur ing boys to work on farms in this county. These boys are members the Boys' Working Reserve, a national organization haVmM If its the placing of young men between lb and Jt years of age on the farms to help in piecing out the farm labor shortage. The Reserve is composed largely of young men of the city high schools. The plan has the official endorsement of President Wilson. It is not an experiment but has been in successful operation in Canada for the past two years. Last year several thousand Canadian city boys did service on farms, and in a majority o'l-je- ALL IN THE NAME the stairs and called "Molly Quit cuttln' paper dolls an' come downstairs. One of yoor playmates wants to see you !" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Firm Irish Coaching Company. In 1S1Q, an Itullau. named lilancoiil. started the first coaching company in Ireland, running long cars over vurl ous regular routes. Long cars aoon became the safest und most reliable meuns of traveling over Ireland, and Blanconl turned rich and prospermia. Writing In or about 1842, Mr. and Mrs. i tan, who nave written much of tell us that "persons of the highest respectability" used the long cars for traveling. At this time, atUiouxh these cars passed through US town.'. Ira-lan- M THURSDAY OWB inline n r whv urn mm north of Irelund. The cars varied cxtay slderahly lu size, requiring from one to four horses. The fure, even over the rocKiest roads in the West, was pence farthlug a mile. The Hulls fully explain that passengers were in i i 11 r taavu, .adfcZaWahv Subscribe for The Newi onrauMiM enrift hair this? I enjoy it, bu .. ... cushions and . aprons" and that. . .A I I cant figure out what It la made of Hostess That Is what we call changing the cushions, You Ilk magaslne poem sandwich. It, but you don't understand It Try our "Want Adi." a GuestHy the sandwich la way, what kind in ALL HAVE THEIR UNDER-DOG- S 7 V np-u- T 1 OF MORE MENTION THINGS THAT ' WORTHY WE LAW AT CAUSED BY WEIGHT OF SNOW Simple Explenation of Odd Shapes of Trees, That Has Been a Mystery to Many. Good Reason Why People't Sympathies Are With the Fellow Why It Temporarily Down. Otir sympntlilr nnturnlly trnvrl tli Hoe of liken Hint K tin- - tilings vie fool Brskeman Seldom Properly Appreclated in Life or Appropriately Honoi d In Death. -- Insnimsts Objects, BeciuM sWMa elation, Used by Comedians to Cause People to Smile. ladies' Summer Toggery Children's Summer Outfit In onm'lvi', tli" Often Ii.mm- xvi- - f 'i'l in nnilcr-do- f, I' ii down. down, because we nlsii hnvc Rjrmp:itliy starts nt honn or elsa it Mn't aympotliy. Your x rlodio mollis of fnil tire nnd ntlfli dl.;tiiiolntitn nt lire So, Instead of wnlkltyl nnt th"'e Mder-dv- d nt ton anil rnsilng no sympathy their Viiy, i: use t" your nnd ymir h ip . and aoon the jdetura nd feci will lie j :tr over-flop- s your victories and your genuine in lit Yemenis. n; P":tl e: n p' No under-il- i ot In Importance to the untlcr-d- i your dully c:;;ierii ncc. Perhaps you will nppland rlon the mder-dogof your pers itutl gloOBM ml alindows. hut wlmt of it? As Lowell says: 'Dally, with wmls thai crln'-'-e mid plot, we Sine in climb nnd know It net." v.ieit in react, what Odd, no l'"it; ns o r year "inuribood beicl 111" aklenT" Courageously cheer the under-- d irs nnd stay Broadly of your epi fno by them until tie lr llht l eunie Matthew tor of your l.ir.Mp. Adams I" Good Hous ki pi ig. I r he.-ir- t i n . to lift Hie other H'i'IcMIoH, 'Vi like f. How lip w hen he In uI'.ht. be HIM we so ;":: BY GLASS STAINED H.-v- Shown These Experiments e duce the Same Effect as the Light of the Sun. Pro- It Is well known that piasq exposed wankae Journal. violet for lonir to sunlight inquire tint. d very old boa sea the windows fecinp south nre often distinctly vio- CrJE OF WORLD'S CUP.IOCITIES let. Experiments recently mads In the laboratories of the ;:: r:.l Electric rir Tres In Belgium Has compnny tit Schenectady with iinlike Any of Its Kind So used to dye prove that these con Far as Known. glass In many colors, principally an amethystine violet and tin amber yd- What la claimed to be one of the low. t tut also preen und hrlglil yellow. Mai enrtona traaa in the world was I i JEtir& col'irs, nei ling to .Mr. Ito- - found in Belgium by M. Lonla l'lre, lueted the expert-- pr id. at of the Rapnl Botanical So sntlini, who " of the ' nients, nre due to modifications end not Ctoty of Belgtam. It Is a fir tree, still physical structure of the glnss standing at last account. In the jen-st. ......... mi .t .1 A I I. 11' eil'lllM.ll II i'l .1 e 'll. ,nii of Allen, Canton of Vnud. tin- to penetrate to any desired j ho made "This particular tree." reports Pro' from a mere surface tint to fessor Pire, "stands 4,000 Net above complete co'orntlon of the entire mb the sea and Is surrounded by n forest stance. And the same method can he of firs, which it exceeds In height by applied (o tinting porcelain, enamel "0 to 10 feet. and precious stones, "The trunk of this tree is ten me- An Interesting and Important fact tcrs, or a little more than thirty feet. nhont this glass thai has been colored la circumference nt the base. At anont is th it it a yard Iron the ground it puts out, b long exposure to Impervious to the radiations oil the south Side, seven that have transformed it. Thus it can which have grown into trunks as strong he used ns i protection agnlnal the and vigorous ns those of the Othef plnr of tie sen or the snow end trees In the forest. Pent nnd gnarled them sel Tea, soon nirainst the at the bottom, these ralghtefl tl eaaatrea up and rise perpendicularly and parallel to the main Russia and the United States. The old antneratte government of stem. "Another most curious fact Is that Itussta waa alwaya parrienlariy friends are conly to the Cnlted S'ates. Imrlre; tl.e the two largest toetntlonnry war Kuaala offered to nected with tlie principal stem by sab RMdtate for peace and her offer was quadrangular brncaa raaainhllwg girdaccepted by the tTnltcd States hat de er.. These bee me bare probably been HRnad by Oreat Britain, Hussti was fanned by an anastomosing of brand en, which, common enough one of the first governments to reeo Is extremely mag the tilaa the Indenendence of the t'liitcil States aad continued to shew her good rare among conifer.." ' will by i treaties of amity and rommi re. with the Pnlted Stntes, S v- Bon PrankllVa Simple D ct. rly pr(sldents In th"lr ernl of oui It Is amusing to read how Tvn mcssng' s refi rred to "the continued Franklin thrived on n biscuit, or a friendship "I liu la." In 1 or slice of bread, a handful of ii n friendly ndjnstmeni a tart from the pastry cook and a lomntle channels of the glass of water, varied uf times by inroit'.di d'l nonndary liii" :i American etui g II I rice or a potato, or a hast., - In the Northwest Utnsslnn pos Ppon this of kfal nwa making. pad Pros!. t.t .'! uii'iie null' irb.ed the fare grew America's greatest itat'S- -rluTI Into at- - raaa and the world's greatest phl)oao rnlted State lie j pber, tend to :. "nr. In The rich and ambitious youth t I ! -1 . X-r: side-trunaide-trunkangio-Vperm. . Following n railway accident recently, there whs groHt relief In oftlclnl elreles when the report was made that only n hrakeinnn hud been killed. Only And there were hun-dn hrakemaii! N of others waiting to 1111 his shoes. Only n hrnVemnn ! ITIs name was not given In the teli 'graphic report of the neeldeiit. lie had not made n name to which the wot Id would pay There were only a few friends who kntfT It in in the railway T. M. C. A. mid a brother anil sister In RtMls, Home, family, friends lie had l"ft in th.' land of oppiension to come to illiatUk. the country of ppottvolty. Alone, Ignoratit, untrained In Amcrl-- c .in ways, he was only n bMkcmall In Ue attetal rap ocl Mttnfl of his death. Only a brnkemnn t Yet It Is such ns be who nre moving our freight, trucking th.' moat that supplies our table haniing the coal that heals our llMM, bringing the milk with whi':h wo feed oar bai ie '. Itandtng on (op of their freight cars, leanins apalnst the wind, villi th" (hist f the deserts i:i their feces, the rear of the engines in their tnra, an the frtasa of the aaHoaa on their liands, a berevi r you Bad cars, li'lght, soot, danger, there e toiling yi.il will flttd the hrakemaii. hopefully, uncomplainingfcleeplc-slyly, Willi death stalking arm nt his side, to uivo us comforts and bhUu ont Yet when the car kotaaa happy. o.upkTS pi OCtl him within their giant jawa "i" H1' wr chad train araabi out e the railway trail;, the liis life . porta thai Ifca public reads record Milthe death of only a bral;eman. ii trll-tue- . I i , he.-id- Intrinsic MM possessed by Inanimate ohjeets Is a study In Itself. A persmi has hut to lift up a string of snusnges to make us smile. There intlon of MM he ' aa elirioUS y Ideas, writes Hob Wagner in the BtnMMf Post, thnt has always miide of sausages n favorlta prop for the comedian. The popularity of spaghetti as a laugh provoker prohably lies in the great difficulty of eating It with dignity. BaCMM of some strange The significance. Inwimiowers and bahy carriages are potantM of VMHfe mirth. Inaiilniate Okljactl are not the only facaUeaui ihtetfa in htfaf aasoofl th3 fruits and vi r. .aides we llnd are We have a complete flora and fjmM t4 COntady Uhll every director la snppoatd to know. Tin- sdBda props of plensimtry are the otilil age. prune and anion while among (lie animals, Jad s and the nmie gal tha long-es- t masbs, tie agk i kaltiTa the goat produces lia strongest. Wo bad a stupid director who t 'cause a Mietland jiony offered such a tl'sniondon contrast to a mule ho could hllcii the two to- ssther and p t a lot al laughs, it cost a hunch of ataf to aorinca this nnanalytlcal cbtunp that people regard these dltiii native botoaa much as they do baaatlfttj children; they are too - .M et ai d cute to be suhji etcd to the Sheer beauty is slightest indignity. mi or fanny. com-(dian- s. - !.:. I WlMB a queer twists they tree Is yoe.ng tlie weight of snmv that falls on lis kMbdlaa often bends the trunk over until it Is Battened to the gr'Mtnd. VOMUtimta it Is burled under s!:: or eight feet of snow nnd held In that poaittan so h ug that v. hen warm weather conies the tree falls to spring back Into Its normal poaltlnn, The summer atM causes the tip Of tha yonnn tree to turn MpSsnrd and If It inatiages to witb ttand tlie weight of iha snow of the feast winter, thnt portion of the tree will, ns u general rule, continue to grow in n normal way. "Hairpin" bends nnd other odd shapes result. A tkllMa tree stands on the top of Tunnel hill, Johnstown, I'.i., about low nilies from tievn. it is n sugar maple about one hundred years old which bin prolonged its own Ufa by grafting n branch into n much younger treat . To the person who Is not versed In foret lore the grotesquelv bent tree triitls that nre to be found In nlmn-- t all I'm ids nit' niy'ifylng nnd wwiil r Is rartsn amused ns to the cause, remarks the popular Bcienca alonthty, I oresters ni l tell IfOoatlnMfa that In the ease of trees In r.iouni a Inetia coil'i-trand other sections Whore .the snowfall Is heavy, the weight of sno-- Is ilde in most f ir tbo y re-sp- Latest Millinery Dress GoOOt Prepare now Hosiery Underwear Corsets Shoes Mid-Summ- Socks and Stockings Slippers Mats a I fair Ribbon Parasols Fans for the er Days and Subscribe to the Red Cross War Fund Men's Summer Drive Clothes Hring Straw Hats Low Slices With Ties Underwear Shirts Socks This Week us Your Produce. We pay the Highest Market Prices. becc;..i3 !::,g:;.:e No at t;mes OLD CiiJT.CH WITH Pt, Martin's-in-thc-Pield- A HISTORY Has Pewn MalUr What the Nature of One's C:eupct:o;i, Its Routine Will Occasionally Weary. Q, L. m Permanently C- - Reserved for 'crcii'n nnd Prince. There are many interesting associations with royalty attaching to the hi itortc church or St. Ifartln's-ln-tn- e fields, where the king and (tieen recently attended a special service. It is not generally known, states a London correspondent, that pews are itaetbed there for the ' sov- - ereiga a. id the prince of Wales owing to the fact Hint it l the mother church of all the royal pari- - lies, mi the parish church for Buckingham palace. Henry VIII built the llrst church to prevent funen la passing bis palace in The present adlflea dates Whitehall. from ITU.!, and Its chief claim to distinction la that it pos-- . sea the only perfeci example of a In the Grecian portico in London. cld. r church some of the children of Charles ii vera ehriatoned, i presented It with nn organ, icor-- " on Which Hand''! frequently played. .Veil (Swynno and .lack Sheppard WPrc burled in tha ancient vaults. It was Opposite the present St. Martin's, trhere the National Portrait Ctaltory iii.v, stands, that tin; Merry Monarch, Lane then tor, on Ids way to eaughl his llrst glimpse of th" famous ber. it v as she was s. iling her oranges. Effects of the Sun. Pity dwellers and those who do not lead a const: nt outdoor life should avoid exposing unclothed portions of their bodies to the bright sunlight for a prolonged period. According to the Journal of the American Medical On man specialists who have Investigated the subject say that the da: go that fre.;aontly follows the popular pastime of lying for hours in Asso-elatio- Are there times when your work br-cone s Intolerably Irksome? Yes? Well, don't jump nt tbo conclusion that you are in the WTong place when this bap- -' pens once In awhile. That will be true whatever work you choose. No matter how well adapted you are to your occn-- : nation, there will come times when your thoughts will wander, nnd the routine will weary you, and you will feel thnt any other work would be preferable to tent which you have woman chosen. One of the writers of the last generation wrote nn Impassioned warning to literary its--: plrants, telling them to do any work, even scrubbing floors, In prefer, nee to taking up n literary cai'"er. Fndoubt-edly she wrote at a time when her chosen work gseancd unspeakably rrk-some, but If she hnd been cornered, she would probably have acknowledged that the profession of authorship has Considerable to commend it when com- -' pared with scrubbing floors. Ties ncca- ional Impatl nee with our vocation Is Inevitable. No matter how con genial it is. there ore times when it v. ill seem a bnrden. The people who change their occupation every time It begins to bore thettt, are the Irnmpa o( the business world. best-know- n 1 Garfield, Kentucky I Startling News Is Crowding the Telegraph I Wires Every Day I 9 I Undoubtedly We Habe Entered Upon tbe Most Momentous Months in the History of the Universe !!' ;ud-dtn- (1 fold: "T States hi fy proe." ici of "i- - by i ho fnlti 'i this friend enlfest the gnat ive Invarlrttily at-''.- j I allln will' I n ched to t.H lr soli. uaderatan This IP no a a"d aitlvate the bSSt that government." ' of these days wotild scorn such a diet, holding that it was the eating that made the man. Bui ivnjin tin not only saved time mill money by I. is new diet, but as he aayUi "1 made greater progress from thnt greater clearness of lnad and Bjutcket apprehenaton which generally attended temperance ,1 ,111.. OUS life I Love in Fiuhdom. h" story as the term d to. but it Is a st irj is usuallyn-eferr- i gfcntit,Hfi. .Tim l''ost. r, student of fish affairs, ,,iieh"s for ii authentielty. Jir.l has a Collection of big live fish in a s' nounrlnui In a down-tow- n restnurant and for P! liters every night he watches them per'orra, "The tisli are eery alTectlonate," de"They are clared the flsh stud. nt. and kind toward one another. See th.ee two largest fish? Tiny, are 'married.' I gu.s, ..r els,' in love with each other. They alwaya vVlss each other good night ai.d nibble li (Toot Innately at each other's mootha. The female of tin two never puts her cold fins on the male one's back. And In the morning say. It's amusing to Wiiiteh them ynwn and stretch Oetrolt Free Press, 11 good-temperthem-aeives- ." 1.1 I. i.l ...1 .I..I.-.I.- . .1 1.1 ..... ' TUj ' A 1 T .. 1. ..,.,Illl- I, did not seem to detract from his health, but ra'.her contributed to his longevity, for ho lived tu be eighty-fou- r years old. Because of Its peculiar swaying motion in walking the camel has been called the "ship of the desert." This title may also have some reference to tbo extreme stupidity and passivity of the animal, which submits to great Vrvls, which It will often carry for days at a time without stopping for fond or drink, with an more urging linn a ship would require from the hands of Its pilot, says the Popular Science Monthly The manner In which the drivers hobble the camels when hey stop for s rest Is Interesting. 'They do not depend upon stakes driven in the deep, yielding sand, but simply double back and tie one of the fore-lea- s of the snlmal, so that It can lie down or rise up, bat csnnot move from the spot i How Would You Tie a Camel? Formation and Color. The IrideeccneS al nacre, or mother-of-pear- l, Is a uiu'ter of form and not actual color. In fact, all "changeable" colors are more or less the result of form even where there Is pigmentation hwiaath. such as in certain ribbed silks. When sunlight bears directly upon Hasty ribbed metal, as a file, there is sj same play of colors. In the case of liiother-of-pear- l an Interesting experiment has been made. An Impression of the pearl was tak-supon pifrc white wax. It was then found that the apparently smooth surface of the pearl bad still sufficient Irregularities to impress upon the win a surface that resulted In similar color manifestations. Kdmln Tnrrlsse. a Interference With Nature. Australia Is regretiing the laws passed some years ago ordering the slaughter of hawks, owls, carrion crows or other birds that prey on young animals und birds, says a Sydney dispatch to the Cleveland Tress. These have now been almost wiped out, with the result, us described by a recent writer, that decaying bodies, numerous on sheep furuis, have been left to be demolished by the larvae ol hlowtlles, which have now Increased to such an appalling extent as tu threaten the aheep on the runs wttk destruction, the animals becoming "flyblown" and eaten up alive by thai dangerous peat. Regret ihe sun oa lie sand at Herman beaches is not merely sunburn, but headache and often meningitis. Those who are Inclined to be nervous are more quickly affected by undue exposure to the rayi of the su:i. and the nuclide and nervously predisposed city Indoor workers are the very persons who nre most tend l if sun hatha, A tanned and vascular slcin offers :i better protection igainsi the sun's rays, but the city dweili r's !:in is neither pigmented nor vascular, Instead of being baneStodL Winter's Discipline. the in .us are rendered more nervlie who marvels, ut the beauty of the ous, ami when iha rummer Is over they are tanned, but otherwise lu poorer world in summer will tlnd equal cause f..r wonder and admiration In winter. condition than in the spring. It is true the pomp and pageantry are SWept away, but the essential elements Gold in Montana. The first discovery ot gold in Mon- remain the day and the night, the tana is accredited to a bnMhsued In- mOttO tain and the valley, the elemendian, who In 1683 found "colors" in tal play and succession, and the per, gravel near the mouth of (iol creek, petual prt M ia of the Infinite sky. In Winter the stars seem to have reklu-d- l a small Stream that rises In the northd their fires, the moon achieves a east comer of the PlUlipebnag quadrangle, nnd the lirst AorknMc places taller triumph, and the heavens wear a look of more exalted simplicity. discovered in Molilalia were found on Bummer is more wooing, . . . more (ieohigi-ga- l this creek In lsiIL', recites the Survey Hull. 'in. A small versatile and human, appeals to the Pre quantity f gold was taken ant of affections and the sentiments, andWinImpiiry and the art Impulse. these gravels by means of sluice lioxes adon the crock near the present site of ter is of u more heroic cast, and The severe dresses' the intellect. exThe ileposli atterward Pioneer. studies and disciplines come easier in ploited by the Hope mine was discovered in Dneaasher, imh, ami in lsus Winter. One Intpogaa larger tasks upon PhUlpabUrg was founded Just south himself. of the mine. Since that time the How to Tell Age of Eggs. district has produced ubout There is a simple method of ascer90,000000 in gold and silver. taining the age of eggs, based upon the teat thai tha airy space at tha brand Curious Walking Feat. uge. end of the egg The most curious walking feat In Now, when tlieincreases With Its egg Is pluced in u Scotland dates hack to a former century, when Sir Andrew l.eitli llay und toasbtet of water in which any amount Lord Kennedy did u grant walk for a of common suit Is dissolved. It will, with increasing age, lend ever more to '.no. llay said a could walk bet of from Hair hall in Kincardineshire to aaamna a position with its longitudiuui avis lu u perpendicular direetiou. A Inverness In less time than Kennedy. They started off that very night at fresh laid egg will lie hori.ontully on nine o'clock. In their evening clothes, the bottom of the vessel. An egg from with their shoes and silk stockings. Sir throe to tour days old will rise with Its Andrew took the couch road vlu Hunt-l- y broad cud, so thut its longitudiuui uxls und Elgin. Lord Kennedy, with Cap- forms with Its horizontal uxls an angle tain HoSfc us umpire, went straight of 'JO degrees. At the uge of eigiit duys ucross the (irumplaas lu pouring rain. the angle increuses to 49 degrees, at They wullvd ull thut night, all next the age of two week to 00 degrees, day, uud the followlug night, und Lord and at the age of three weeks to about When tbe egg is more Kennedy gut to Inverness at Six o'clock 75 degrees. than a mooth old It will float in the morning of the third day, dlcuiarty en its small and. won his bet by four hours. con-fnae- As to Rsmarkable Longevity. We have all read op Thomas Parr, who lived to be one hundred und lifty-twLikewise of the countess of Ies- jmI, one hundred und .forty-tive- ; Margaret Patten, one hundred und thirty-seveJ Diiuime, one Thomas hundred and sixty-four- ; John Ilovln, one k audi ad and seventy-two- ; and Peter Torton, who reached the age of one bundled and efhl All Put these cases of extraordinary longevity luck proof. In the days when those persons lived no accurate chronological records were kept, nnd dates of occurrences were usually fixed by associating them in memory with othef events believed to kUTI happened about the same time. d A man's Identity was liable to be with thnt of u grandfather of the same name. Nowadays nobody lives to any such BgcS, Why Imagine that tlie extreme limits of longevity have shrunk within the lust two or three centuries? The World Revolves .Around Newspapers If You Want the IMews and All the News While It Is Really News, You must Read Every Day. the Courier-Journal The Breckenridge News has made Courier-Journal a clubbing 3 by vWlich 5. arrangement with the Courier-Journ- al people of this section may get the K every day but Sunday by mail and The Brecken- - j ridy-News both a full vear for $6.00. The Dailv Courier-Journ- al alone costs subscribers $5.00 per. W vear. e I- - the most quoted news-f- tl paper in America. Its news and views are not ex-- H celled by any publication anywhere. Place your order through The Breckenridge News. Courier-Journ- al The is r. Clubbing Rates! Farmers Home Journal The Breckenridge News $1.00 1.50 j fos-tat- g $2.50 Both 1 Year for $2.25 $3.00 .50 1.50 y g Louisville Evening Post Home and Farm The Breckenridge News j $5.00 J X I All For Only $4.00 Send Your Subscriptions to i The Breckenridge News, Cloverport Ky. Use News Want Ads for Results t S s ( THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. VOL. XLII SIXTY-SI- X ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PKINT. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. MAY 29. 1918. WOMEN TO REGISTER Division Council of No. 48 BRECKIN- DR. R. T. DEMPSTER PRIZE ESSAY MISS ELSIE MAY 53 U. S TROOPS RIDGE COUNTY Woman's Boys Left Hardinsburg Monday For Camp Zachary Taylor. Following I ANSWERS FINAL CALL Hardinsburg A National Defense Calls on All Women and Girls to Register June 3 to 6. love-om- Graded School Group Two Liberty Loan ConBy Miss DIE WHEN SHIP Of Long Life Devoted to the Civic test. Pauline a lilt f the boys who Through the Woman's Division of the into military service: Council of Nationa Defense the ( wire calltd Russell Carman, James C Keenan, t has ask' d that a registration David A. Claycomb. James Cornelius be made of all the women in the county. Klper, Estell Carter, Elvlce West, It is expected that the comunity shall Earah Burton, Jaiper Lamar O'Bryan, have a complete card catalogue of all Castle Jepther Dye, Ethel Kanapple, the women in different communities Virgil D. Hudson, John Walter Nob-let- what they are capable of doing. Zennie Smith, Vennie Dunn, No service is asked of a woman but Robert W. Kruger, Frank Hlbbs, Mar- what she may freely offer, but she is shall Rowland, Murray L. Brown, expected to register in any case so that Wi'.lard Owid Perkins, James Bowlds, the women war census may be complete. PU, George Addis Kramer, One point to be emphasized is that , Daniel James R. Crltcheloe, AWIn Carman, women or girls will not be taken from Haydden, Tlmmle E Bas-Sf 'ey L. Young Bates, Bosn Carman their homes tor service either here or in Europe unless they definitely offer Owen bt.rran Waggoner. Stephsn Thomas themselves for such service. The purPullen, John Blair. Peter Flood, Owen pose is to find out what women are C. Tucker, Peter Josapb Ballman, available outside the home. is registration This intended Hickman Paul McCcy, Tobe Carmn, loyal all American women John D. Lyddan. Coltman Carman, for Harvry Owen PulUn, Frank Duncan, by birth or naturalization. All women Hubert Lao Tobin, Laland Stanford and girls over 16 will be expected to Brashear Herman Holmes, Wm Nel- register in each school District from s Dallas Williams, 3rd to 6th of June. son Gardner, Mrs. Nannie J. Watben, Claude Cannon, Lewis McCoy, Wm Leo Jarboe. Nat E. Taul, Franklin H. County Chairman, Woman's Division, Goldsmith, Dec Early, Hubert Les Council National Defense. en t, Ja-ne- and Church Interests of Glen Dean. Large Attendance at Funeral. 1 Harnsd. Alfred R Mattingly, Sam Carman. Frankis Myrtle Mattingly. Sneed Robins, Lawsrencs Hudson, Ambros Owen Henning, John Wm Lewis, Silas Les Miller, Georgs Brown, ' .. mi r cock, Clarence H. Stanfisld, Peyton Brashear, James Willis Osborn. SECOND RED CROSS War Fund Goes "Over the Top" Eaisly in Breckinridge County The week of May 20 27 called by the Government as the time of the time of the Second Red Cross War Fund closed with having reflected great credi upon the p .triotic spirit of the citizenship ot our county. While the effort to secure the quota expected of each locality was started early on the opening day by the cbalr- u was roe.-- : ot the respective aistncts, not until the special Red Cross day program arranged for at the county seat was over, that the enthusiasm and the intensity of the drive began in earnest. The meeting was called order by Mr County Chairmau H. M. Beard, America was sung by the assembly fol lowed by prayer led by Rev. Huntsman Attorney J. R. Eskridge was the next speaker his remarks were timely and patriotic. Gen. D. R. Murray followed with an effective introduction of the Mr next speaker, Jeppy Murgan. Morgan's remarks were directed prin cipally to the farmer stressing the im porcance of the food production to the victory of the Allies. A parade led by Master Arthur Beard of the pupils of the county high school and the Red Cross members from Gar. field Glen Dean, Harned and Hardins burg came next. Six Boy Scouts car x ried a large floating flag which afforded , convenient reciptacle for any coin 'St'it.'h come their way. The speakers for the afternoon were Attv. Gus Brown. Sergt. i'etrish who related from first hand the benefits ut the Red Cross work and then Dr. H. H Cherry of Bowling Green. Dr. Cherry the embodiment of patriotism and free dom unfailingly rouses this spirit to a high point ib the bosoms of his hearers. The program closed with a vigorous appeal by Mr. H. M. Beard resulting in a splendid response from the assembly. About $3500 was subscribed. In this city and district the drive was made through by the district Chairman Mr. Wilbur Chapln though not having our enthusiasm stirred through any special meeting our citizens have proved themselves loyal above the extent that was asked of them. Ths district goes bravely over its quota having subscribed something over tDUUU. The citizens of the following named pUces Balltown, t6j did their bit splendidly. Tar Fork, 70; Uites Ruo, I7O; Holt, IW 35; with core not reported si p . sent McGavocks School District, 146. Junior, Chlora Mac Seaton; Sophomore, Lillian Buckby; Freshman, Kathleen Squires; Grads 8. Mary Keil: Grade 7, Christina Kell; Garde 6. Robert Oelse; Grade $. Gladys Bonier; Garde 4, Adele Kell; Grads 3, David Behsn; tirades. Bessie Kell; Grade 1, Eiiaa- - Grand Honor. Senior, Jsne Lightfoot; city, were married in Tell City, Thursday afternoon at I o'clock, May '!'' Mr. and Mrs. Kramer came here after the wedding for a Junior: Chlora Mae Seaton, Lor a days visit with his parents, Mr. and Thursdsy a Day of Prayer. Mrs. p. j. Kramer. On Siturday mornCarson Revenue for Roads. Sophomore: "Lillian Buckby, Marian ing thev left for Caseyville to visit Mr. Thursday, May 3O, has on a rcoolu Allen, Gladys Hemphill, Elsie May, Kramer's sister, Mrs. Van Buren Hints Kodman Wiley, Commissioner tion adopted by Congress ot the United of and Mr Butts. Mr. Kramer was one Public Roads, Frankfort, Ky., says: States of America been set apart in a Curtis JJVeatherholt. sixty-ii- x boys who left Monday the Freshman: None. proclamation by the President as a "If we will only pause for a moment for Camp Z ichary Taylor. Grade S: Mary Keil. "day of public humiliation, pray er and and observe, it will be aqparent to Grade?: Christina Keil, Sarah Falfasting to be observed by the people of everyone thai the roads in practically all of the counties are getting worse the United States with the religious len, James Buckby, Anna Mae Tatum, War Savings Stamps the solemnity and the offering of fervent Jauneita Matheney, Raymond Wetzel. each year. There is a reason for Most Attractive Investment Grads fl: Robert Oelze, Mary Whitesupplications to Almighty God for the everything, and in this case the princi Offered the Public. pal reason Is the lack of revenue to safety and welfare of our cause. His head, M. D. Seaton, Oletha Tabeling, blessings on our arms and a speedy Paul K. Berry, Samuel E. Conrad maintain the thoroughfares, under the Grade 5: Albert Cockerlll, Gladys I can say w.thout a doubt that no change in traffic conditions and restoration of an honorable and lasting increas Bohler, Elmer Carson. peace to all the nations of the earth." better investment was ever offered by ed price of everythiug that enters into Grade 4: Adele Kell, Anna E. Keith. any government and especially by our ths road work. Advice to Wool Growers. Forrest Jackson, Charlie Lee Hamuian, government, than the War Saving The counties must have more reveReports from Washington and Boston, Mildred Morrisin, Raymond Milburn, Stamps. Now that the Third Liberty nue Immediately because if the matter Loan Campaign has just been complet- Is very much longer delayed the entire Massachusetts, state that the members Marlon Hilton, Lillian Pauley. Grade 3: Forrest Weatherholt, ed In this community, it is desireabls system of the various counties will ITS. of the Boston Wool Trade Association Fanny Carver, Irene Carman, Frances to call your attentlun to the many at- havs to bs lebui.t entailing "As soon as the men cot aboard the su expendhave agreed to accept Major General singing nn.i proposal to fix ths pries of Martin, Lafavette Keid, Dorothy May, tractive features of the War Savings iture In most instances in each county boats and rafts they began Goethal's ship sank they Virginia Downs of several hundreds of thousands of laughing and when the Stamps wool at present on a basis of the pries gave three cheers. tirade 2: Bessie Keil, Eleanor, The investment of Wsr Savings dollars. of July 3O, I9I7. The Government will "(if the 00 nilssjns. tWO arc corporMartin, Orville Furrow, Lena Swarens, Stamps was properly made so attracThe people are not contented with als ami the others privates. I believe take over all wool in the warehouses John McGavock. tive by Congress that there was a out roads. They will HAVE roads no all were killed by the explosion." on this basis. If holders do not agree Grade 1: Eva Margaret Black, Eliza- limitation upon the purchase by an matter what they cost, and when their to sell, their wool will be commandeer-sd- . Less Quarter of an hour after the Moldavia had been torpedoed virThe grsatsr part of this wool will beth May, Ruby Wooa, Billy Phelps, individual linn or corporation of $1000 entire highway systsm has been Eva May, France White, Eleanor maturity value. At the present time they will perhaps WAKE CP, tually every man had cone over the be used by the Government for uniforms and other Government supplies Farnsworth, Charles Jackson, Virgil and during the month of May IMS you but it would seem to be very much sides of the vessel Into the life boats Edwin and civile Bosley of North Robert have the pnvilige of buying the limit better if ths psoplc would only take and that which rsmains will bs distri- Kinder, Hachasl Basham, Vt., leaped from the deyjt and among the mills, for civilian Askins, Mary Adams, Nettie Pate, of War Savings Stamps at the price of warning and provide extra revenue by Troy, buted were drownei T. Had" It no! Tleeii for Katie Owen Bishop. IMI, voting the '.'Oc road tax. It would en- tills the losses which are given official HU 00 on maturity these Jan needs. Msjor Gen. Goethsl sdvises these War Savings Stamps will be able the authorities to prsserve the ly as 5tl American, solders, would have all wool csnters that ths 1918 clip roads whils thsy are in condition to be- Boon confined to ihooo killed by the exshould not bs dispossd of during the Farmers Meeting at McQuady. worth 10(l0 00. Nut only is the security of the best es ved. neVt thirty days in ordsr that the plosion of the torpedo. The Bosley F. E. Merriman, District Agent of but the return upon a compound basis, It is csrtainly patriotic to maintain brothers WON on guard when the ship Govsrnmsnt may havs Urns to deter-miIts exact nesds for the coming the Extension Service, will give an Is greater than that of any security roads at this time so ss to haul the pro- was struck. There wns a sharp Nat now issued by the 'ruled States Govysar. Reports from Washington indi- illustrated lecture on corn, at ducts of the farm to market as chsap-l- y and they evidently believed she wo Saturday afternoon at 1:30. ernment. In addition to this It Is tax as possible, and also to rslieve ths turning over. Search was uiiiile for cate chat the Government will arrange them, but they were not seen after to receive the 19I8 clip on the basis of No admission will be charged and frse except in the tuattar of inheri congestion of the railrosds. they Jumped overboard. tance tax. A careful study has been made of Thass War Savings ths price msntloned, but urges the farmers from all over the county are Huns Shift Sunken Ship. producers not to dispose of their wool urged to attend. Mr. Merriman is an Stamps also bsvs the advantage of the road conditions in tb entire state The have until more definite information Is msde excellent speaker ami lias with him a not being subject to depreciation iu and I know bsyond a doubt that the shifting Germans concrete-lade- succeeded In the cruiser They in effect are various coun iss havs not half enough Vindictive, available. complete set of slides which show in market value. sunk in the harbor of Oh It would ssem advisable for Kent detail all the important matters re- guaranteed to bs good for thsir face funds for road purposes. tend 011 May 10 by British raldlQ. Other states have Increased their ex forces. tucky wool producsrs to pack and stors lating to the corn crop. This lecture vslue at all timas by ths Govsrnmsnt It Is my desire to gst ss many of penditures to mest ths changsd condithsir seasons clip In ths best possible will not be given at any other point The Vindictive, according to the wsy for at least a few wseks until ths in the county this year and those in good patriotic citizens of this county, tions, why can't we bs alive in Times, Is now lying close alongside th astern piers, leaving a passage abou Govsrnmsnt has issued more detinue terested in a bigger corn crop should as possible to sgrse to tsks ss many as Kentucky. H III) feet wide. This Is enough to allow information. Care should be taken by take advantage of this opportunity to 1000 IK) worth of these Stamps as an destroyers to go In and out, but, nevwill also furnish you a membership vest men l And It Is hoped thst we producers to so pack their wool (hat learn many valuable things. will have s large numbsr iu this county certificate which is quite attractive ertheless, the Germans are uot usln the quality will not be injured either who will take advantage of this oppor- in form and a number of persons have the harbor. by staining or mlldsw. in pscking Unsuccessful attempts have beet: Enlists in Signal Corps. tunity to help and assist the govern pressrved them for futurs use, even wool away either store It in wool sacks made by the Germuns to dredge a pas ment, and at the sams time get an at- framing them in certain instances. or in a (lean dry bin. HHge between Evansville, Ind. Msy 24 (Special) the two old cruiser-sun- k The Trsasury Department at WashA In the harbor of Zeehrugge. Former Breckinridge boy, Edgar Lee tractive Investment which has no Watlingtou, cashier of the Evansville superior from a question of security ington has requested that we furnish a Herman destroyer, suuk this week bv Dedication Day at Dukes. '1st of all who subscribe for slOeO.00 bombs dropped by British naval air and Bowling Green Packet Co., for and return standpoint. Ou Sunday June 2, there will be held bis uncles, Capt Williams of Evans, If you desire to become a member of worth. And am; I oarrying out this men. lies close to the cruisers. The basin at Bruges, which Is con a dedication service of the Cumberland ville, Ind enlisted In the signal corps this work, and subscribe for f I0UO 00 plan and will be pleased to have you uected with both Ostead and subscribe for the same. Presbyterian church at Dukes. The of the Indiana Department and left please let the uodersignsd know of the la full of German shipping, bit' Very truly yours, sermon will be preached by Rev. J. L. May 18, for Camp Stanley, Leon same, aad I will take pleasure iu sendthe canal Is not being used. Paul Compton, Chairman for Hudgins. The pastor, Rev C. L. Springs, Tes He was a former Breck- - ing you a subscription card, which you Breckinridge County Kentucky. Bruingtou announces an sll day program ' inridge county boy, son of Mr. and can sign and return to me, when you with a basket dinner and urges everyone Mrs Chas. W.tlington formerly of will receive a War Havings Certifia News Ad. Now Subscribe For News la the vicinity to be present. cate fur 11000.00 for the coet of Piyi. Stephens port, Ky. : 11 11 th'-lif11 d 1 ne n 111 1 , o, Glen Dean, Ky My il. (Special) l)r K. T. Dempster died May 26. and was buried the following day at the Glen Dean cemetery. He was Ixirn in Canada 68 years ago came to Louisville a carriage trimmer where he entered the medical school after graduating he located near Gfen Dean and when the railroad was built he moved to town. Mr. Dempster was married to Mrs. Rettie Moorman Howard 38 years ago to this union was born one son, Paul and two daughters, May (now Mrs P. H. Nunnelly) and Miss Nell Joe. He was taken very ill six weeks ago and wanted to get well but never believ ed he would. He was well cared for by neighboring physicians and his devoted wife and daughters. Mr. Dempster was a member of the Baptist church, where he wss adult Bible teacher and was highly esteemed by the class as a teacher due to his being so well read on Bible characters and ancient history no better read man in the State, and he never for Wedding Announcements. got what be read. He was unusually kind hearted so Cards have been received here patient with all and was a good father friends of Miss Dorothy Rowland He was buried by the Masons of which Paducah announcing her marriage A more beautiful he was a member. Mr. Walter Joseph Piggott Jr., procession of automoblies bedecked with Tuesday the eleventh day of June at the flowers has never passed through Glen first Presbyterian church of I'aducah. Dean Many attended the funeral from Miss Rowland has many friends in near by towns and some from a distance. Cloverport's social circles having been a frequent guest of her aunt, Mrs J H. Rowland Mr. Piggott is the son of Mr. anil Mr. W. J. Piggott of Irvington. Of Cloverport Public School For ooo Mr and Mrs I' Rilling announce the Ninth Month. engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Ellen Senio Jane Lightfoot, Aubrey Billing to Dr. P. W. Foote. Rosenberg Beavin, Maydee Chapio. Texas News Herald. Joe Ballman, Louisa Weath-erhol- t, The time has come for us to act. The Huns are at our foreign door. Shall we let them it? Our duty as American Citizens demands of us prompt and careful action. War is a very expen sive thing. It takes a lot of money to pay the expenses of the war. This expense must be paid, and our country-hawisely planned a method that will save our nation anil makeothei Natious tree This plan is in the form of a Liberty Loan. The person who invests his money in Liberty Bonds will not only get his money back with a good rate of per cent, but will aid in conquering the common enemy to civilised men, the Kaiser and his bunch Our duty is great along this line. We must buy boBds and try to have other people to do likewise. If we can succeed in keeping our boys in food, clothing, am munition and good spirit we are sure of victory. Our duty then is to aid the Liberty Loan in as many ways as possible. We must not be slackers or pro. German or uopatrotic. We must be good Americans and stand by our soldiers boys and win the war. It is our duty at home to do this. We can't do to much. We must win. s Cloverport Wins in Group III of the Liberty Loan Essay Contest. IS TOKPtDOED British Transport Moldavia in Sent Down by the Channel. MEN KILLED BY Is Crist Cook. Miss Daisy Crist of this city and Mr William A. Cook of Louisville were married In that citv, Thursday May 33, by the Rev. M. L. Dyer torraerly of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Cook will make their home in Louisville. Miller-Kram- H0N0RJ0LL er. M ss Elizabeth Miller of Tell City, Ind., and Mr Addis Kramer of this We as AmeritMU citizens should buy Liberty Bonds. This now is the third Liberty Loan and those who have not bought bonds in the otner two loans should now buy them and if you have bought in the others and are able to buy more it is your dutv to do so. Vou have not completed your duty if you have bought bonds in the others and do not buy in this one when you are able to. You can make no better investment tor they ara and you receive 4 '4 interest which is more than most anv bank will give. In the long run it is better lb in ot.ier bonds at But do not buy them just for the sake of the invertment for you as an Ameri. can should be patriotic enough to give a little money for the support of this war, when you think what our boys are doing for us they are giving their lives and then some cf us are not going to be patriotic enough help them along. If we do not raise 3 amount required by the Liberty Bonds we shall be heavily taxed to raise it, and n ine of us want to be taxed for everything is so high anyway and besides we Americans do not like to be forced to do anything. There is scarcely a person that is of age that can not buy a bond of $50 if they try, and'many can easily buy 500 ones. Now you think this a great deal to lend, but wouldn't you rather pay a few dollars to the advantage of this war than to be under the rule of the Kaiser. While the older people are buying Liberty Bonds the chil.lren can buy Thrift Stamps and War Saving Stanyjs. Just think how much more the boys over in France will feel like doing their best when they know the people over here are standing behind them and bo isting them, won't you try and buy Liberty Bonds to save vour country? e EXPLOSION Victims Were Members of Company B, United States Infantry, Fourth Division Soldiers Were Asleep st Time. Fifty-Eight- London, May 27. The German sub- 6. marine which torpedoed the British steamer Iunlseiirru was sunk by an Aiiierlcun destroyer shortly afterward. It was announced. Prisoners from the submarine have been landed. Washington. May 27. The war gave out the names of 53 members of Company B, Fifty-eighth Lulled States Infantry, Fourth division, missing from the torpedoed British steamer Moldavia. Few details of the trngedy of the Moldavia have been disclosed. The American soldiers missing are believed to have been sleeping when the vessel was attacked. The attack came early Thursday morning and the submarine succeeded In getting nwny unseen. According to survivors, the Moldavia was near the southeast const of England on tier wHy o an English tort. ptttttlM destroyers rescued the VurvlvofS flho had fallen into lino on the deck of the ship Immediately after the torpedo struck near (he bridge. The soldiers lost nil their belonging Soldiere Were Asleep. London. May 27. Captain John-sun- . Ainerb An Infantry ofBcoy, who was on board the Moldavia, gave n Daily Telegraph representative this account ut' the sinking. "The ship was struck Just forward of the engines on the port side. All the trweps were In their bunks sleeping in their uniforms. There wns loud explosion and then the ship's whistle signal for evwas blown, which wns erybody to eonie on deck. The men had been assigned to particular bouts and bout drill had been held every day. The men assembled in perfect order. Their discipline was splendid, the best I ever saw. "The Moldavia listed to port, but righted llself and ran on for about IP minutes 10 avoid being lilt again. Then II began to sink steadily. Orders were given to lower the hoHts and rafts nnd we uot off." circling been "Destroyers had around us all the time and as soon as the Moldavia was struck they droppsl several depth charges. No second tor pedo was fired and we saw nothing of Wo remained in the submarine. boats until the ship sank, when WO were lakeii on hoard the destroy 11 j The Try Want f Now For the Ei War Savings Stamp Drive, June 24 to June 28 IINDOOR WORK MADE HEALTH BECOME PO xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I i' J "I tried Tanlac a; a spriuif tonic about two years au;o and it helped me a lot. got nm down So vhen turned to T,,nl c again. "Well. Sir. Tanlac surely has belp- fd inc. It lias brought M B my hei ltb in fine shape. ni not run down or weal: any more. taken (oar bottles of Tanlac and it really ii remarkable the way it lias imcall upon those loyal m m an prottaO for IHMHN In our big Jure drive. AI-- proved me. ' All my friends know tint oly Hofea of persons who have been engaged in the other activities have tendered their iM'Vlvei to county chairmen for this drive, and in every In- wouldn't give a statement like this stance their lender of service has been aooopted. We should udd every volun- miles Tanlac had d i.c just what teer to the ranks of campaigners for the June drive. iay it has." If you feel weak and all r: n dwn The plan of winding up i In big campaign with a public niei ling in every BChOOtkonae in Kentucky in the aftanUMM of June 28. which is to be proclaimed It i s an ece'lent trj Tanlli Wilson, by flovernor Stanley and by treggthener ind lyatcm National War BaTfBgl Day by builder. the Jtajor of every city. toWB and ham! t in the State, and at a time when all Von can gci Tanlac at W'c Minaj'a POWER Or JOY RULES WOKLD of the o lo r Stl tOI of the t "li inn an holding such meetings, is a splendid one. I,'i li;,' Store. The rutinim ry will take an hour off on this day to pledge itself to Thrift Woman Pain, Declares Lecturer, Men and .wninn of lh" entire country are not Invited to and War Savings. Should Never Ce Resorted to In attend, but ..i to be told that llo ) are expected to be there to purtleipate in u';AFJ!NG OF NhWE DECETiBER Correcting Unruly Children. 1 the BMBtlBg of their eoniiiiutiiiy. The meetings are not to be adjourned until . .. r, 1, community in bach State of the Nation has pledged Its quota, which will each r wwui mur.,. f i A MOMJI is loCtnttag In the Bmrt bi announced in advance of he meeting. Latin Were! "Pcccm," When Thttre q s uIs() on Tht. In!!:.n,.(. ,lf J in oroor to nan on eacn meeung in tne .state or Kentucky with the proper Were Only Ten Per.oda, Bttack m lnMMa of 1llin, cnthusla in the four days precodtag the hcbling of the meeting will be devoted which parents so much report to In The nntne of Io omiier Is no lotiKor the management at ehiMron. She do by the or) BBttaatloa In each achool district to securing in advance of the meeting the, pledge ol as many of the people of each community as can be seen In appropriate) tor it is derived from "do- - eiores. nccordlm: to (hi- - Ohio Stnte that limited urn. A reeord nl tkoaa plailgtlBJ In advance of the meeting will rem, toe unun worn meaning "ten, JoornaL that pain should never he redeclnrea B writer. The name was first sorted to to make children good, and, he road il ill" m. o iag to lltOW that they have already signed up to save and applied by tin? Itomnns v. ben tha year hence, she advises flint nil spunking country. A rOCON alaa rtt be keii of those Of each community Btom tie ir wna divided Into ton numbs, with the who do not an.-- ai pi out a hen i In onimimity roll is called. Our I'ncle Sam addition of eappli montmry days to and whippings should be eliminated. There Is nothing ip pnln to reconwants to know if there are any in the community who are not in sympathy c mpleto the period reojoirod for u struct n child. .Tov Is the onlv medium arell aa be v with Mm in kaon the names at those who answer the call rcTolntlon of tbC earth iitound tu0 that should be used. Make n child d..-of the Prnohlent on that groat sun. happy, instead of sad, is the gospel ,.,,,, training. The power Unit m il tue can miar oi itomutus was B, C oy Kama Tom- - nVa4 amended In TM moved and ruled the world, she We must ha.e your hlp, Mr. Nc. a Child's Movement. plllUB and tic year was divided into Wns the power of Joy; and this HaHllOT We have not hOlltBtOd t.) The War .Savings movement is not twelra montha Decembor boon the Wlls lhp laflBMaea tba paroad should ask you to ap ml the bank's atone a eltSaTa Boroaoat it would be a lueiith month, but retMned Ita original ,wo ln trelnlng the child. This is not to assist the advertising campaign. CdJPltall BOVOBMBI if I'nole Sam had inline. The Emperor Comaodna, who ln(, wny of p.,r,,n(f!. The rule is to reigned in tna aecond century, attoaapt- now more than that. BM put the limit at $l,uon. W'e arc ! Mn make him good. It if you do ed to change tho namo of Decombor to rhln the child cannot result that vay. A kind word We need your personal, ac'.ive hn'p. not buy your ipioia of War Savings Amnaoaina, in honor at fair favorite We want yon to dlred orory one oi Stamp you really have no right to ut that name, whoru he had painted to and a gentle association are far more pone! fa Umn g rod or tiny other complain if men with large amounts of your employee to urge aanatantly th3 money resemble mi Afflnaon, This ianoYatkm method for prodhcing sorrow or pain. are ghroa the preferoneo in v.as not popalar, and when Oommodlna irlr of War Stamps. Good invest The other day v.e beard ii mother of Government sacurl-tiof- l died from poison administered by all- Bhoal to n little boy: "I'll skin yon ment as they are, the stumps v.ill not in the future. ot her feminine favorite the nama of alive!" That Is enough to nuiko n Your toilers, !;ao sell themselves w. a. s. Amaxoalna died with Mm, worse boy oul of n bad one. daily oj.; irtur.lty to urge the sab-- of The anclenl Saxons enOad the lust The "mild power wins" Is tin old Harrodsburg Gchools 9tisy. tin stamiis in a great many matances which was afier-wnr- d adage and every parent should take month Wintcr-moiiawill take only a suggest ton from it Harrodabnrg, Ky.. May 14, lnis. , changed to or holy it to boa:- -. thorn to gol your cnatomon to pataji. j. li. Brow a, Lonlavitta. Kv. month, w hen tin y wore converted to seme oi ih ii money into itampa. The modern Til lulling Dear Sir: We have organized War Christianity. TOO EXPENSIVE w Baringi lodatlaa in our school with again changed tho name to Chrlat mount, Fleming Going Well. BUBe ti:.- moiuh contains the names, and the amounts anniverenry of tha birth of Christ. "Sabs in Pleating COUBty have Oppo-'ii- oiiowing their names have been riu,M". mark," arriti passed lo through W. S. S. and Liberty HOW C!G SHELLS ''.r.: TESTED j. w. Rofl'.a, chairman of War Baringi Oommlttce lor tMi Dnnty. Ponds t'eraning w. S. S $ :iij.oo l:ijh Explosives Sjljjectod io Heat Treatment, Alco Tried in a Qrinll GanftoU W. s. s K7.U I Doing? Wilt Am Machine- Alex. Hamilton W. S. R f Ask you: oil i hi., qnoation : "What il ibeii Morris V. 8. S if yon wish to hi t Iho hardness of immy flavors W. s. R urn I doing ard belpiag . .; ct antry O.M an applet the most natural way is to 4 a yog are not doing Buddy bV osiers W. S. win th. roys down upon r anrfaCB and note I iberty w B. B something d in'l you think you ar- i. Oreotka-To- ; v. s. 0, . . . lie Itulelilafion of our thumb. This 1(11.2 ' BtmplB and very takowarm Americant '' .!: on w. s. at oa condt ive evidence. The Tha Qoverament doesn't ask rary Abrahi n Line da w. B. s. lll.l'i 1'reneh t,government emptoyi a very si to prare tha hardneaa of Imllnr moreiy i kg ou to much oi "U. 10.25 .:s Mgh explosive aheila, says the fta . try things and i do without unm nlai Bi ionee .Monthly. t ivod thi re by in a our no ai To aecure the maxlmm of '.. rotal $fi, :'.(. Yoe can buy War Bi rifl dbi Itiea, We d tire h ii !ers it is Importnnl not only that for theaa and i he nation. Itampa and would appredalg .A. a T,..ll,(n the sieel projectiles should tie of a the I;. 'member tl iat every lirn you buy r..m, with 0,h.,P it,,,.- -. ertala hardnead, hut also thai they t War Savini "You (hottlc keen your own con Iioiild not he lisi kard. Alter tiie cas-Inj, in, proposnion. ,iu in g l are liriug ami la in has I.i en roughly formed and hol- sol." Toarf for winning the war. "I can't affotd to keep a lawyer, i shot at Hgrro burg Pttktta School. lowed out. the shells pre I lib h1 fled to By j. u, Prathor, Supt. what is known as a "heat treatment," with tho increased cost of aajg by which the steel Is broughl to the w a. a. How Al.out It. Mr. Banker? correct hardness. To make doubly What Your Country Expecte. The bankers of Kentucky do not yet MirO the shells are tested ill u Ilrii.oll YOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE fully realize tho importance of the War Your country Is counting on you to hall-te- a ting machine. A This machine tests the hardness of whilethousand pooplo lord: at your faco Saving), campaign a pari ,f 'he much furnish the ahaawfl of war lu this, the one glances at your feet yet the shell exnoMy as your thumb you spend money to keep your tshoci greater campaign to d foal the Huns BlIgBttaal BBtaal that the world has the hardne ss of til,' apple, it Is fitted in condition and noglaet your face. of Europe. It is not the primary pur- ev.r known, it Is counting on your "Mil tl small, hardened steel hull, ItED CROSS Bhgvlig Lotion (tha pose of the War Having campaign to monoy, your labor, and your spirit of whlell is pressed into the shell under a after-shvir.j lturary), inVos old fncei got tWO billion dollars for the GovernWorld wars can not be BpaaMgd load. The Indentation made look young and kaona all faces in tho that Our pri- won by talk alone, and they can not by iho ball Is measured, and If with-l- nlnk of condition. This and other RED ment, important certain limits, the hardness is cor CROSS tollec articles, gold only by mary puipose is to give direction toibc won by resouroos unless those reA. li. i'lsbcr, t'lovcrport, Ky. reef. If not, Iho shell must lie fur the tremendous, ion altered unergj of sources are so directed that they count ther treated. HUMORIST HAD LAST LAUGH Mr. Average American. Kvery twenty in the actaal prosecution of tho war. put into a Thrift Stamp, What Becomet of Thr.t Centf America, as we all know, is the richlive cent pi A farmer comes to town with I1C How Mark Twain r.irned Joke on Vievery four dollars .md fifteen cents est nation in the world. It has the enna Auth'ritiep Will Be New most money, the most factories ami apples, whll M sells three for a cent, put Into a War Savings Stamp is just Svtry to Many. the most natural resources. Hut tho gettlN of course, 10 cents for them. d lor money that much non e energy Another farmer, also with HO will not do us uny good in the The letters ol Mark Twain record s, s, lis Ihein two for a cent, getting the blow our (jQVeragBOBl Is striking. war unless It is mobilized for the use 1.1 cents for Ids. They fet ir cents hut little eaUMratgnj the years he of the Government. Of all people in thla country, bunk-erspout ln the Austriun capital, the Thil Is w hy she War Savings Stamp ill nil. ought to he the first to sue this, The net tl they come In, with Christian Science Monitor obseBves. to appreciate also the great and campaign was devised by the Govern .'Ml apples enoh. Ihey and meet :ii file edjje i ho humorist did some special writing ment. It gives every man, every woiO valuable lea uo ol thrift which win ba an and every child an opportunity to of town and put their apples together, for American papers during liiose driven deep into lie minds of the pres-- do something for tho country they BMktafl ilo tipples, line man hnvlnir' "Wuiidei jahre." linleod, the Vienna Journalists took him to their hearts as eni and rising generation If the War iove. You do not have to be a million- sold two for a cent, the other three for u aattaagtM of u partienlariy genial aire and buy a lot of bonds. Your a cent, they decided to sell them five .uc oeds. Savings campaign really type und often Invited him to a Your twenty-fivcents for a Thrift for 'i oenta. Many of the hanks in Kentucky are Stamp or your $4.16 They do so, und when they're friendly "spreud," at wliich tile Kiiests for a War Kvliir not yet actively interested in the War stamp will help your country and help through find out they have received were memhera of the Austriun fourth estute. The atory of how he got into A gr. at iuai of it now Savings movement And the fact that you did but 24 eenta. The problem is, why did they not trouble with the authorities, through indeed, have the stamps on sale, without something lo get the money to them, et as much for their upplea selling the iudlacretioua of a Vleuuu Jourual-la- t, help even Nearly all of them have displayed our Purrh"u thu "''"P has prohuhly never been published. more, for the country can not get ita them five for 2 cents aa they did when poatora But there for the mo.t part war worh Aa the tale goea, a certain reporter, they aold them aeparately, or, what ,f ,he rt caasea. either ln a facetious or a vindictive ministering to vour mIim.hu, becomes of the cent? WouieuUgaye 9 lit thai MaXa IwjUuJUici ' d I State Headquarter of the War Saving Committee In Kentucky I very busy these flays preparing for tlit My, Juno drive for pledging tho Plato's quota, or what remains of It on Juno M next, when the rfrlve starts. The plans for the drive wore outlined at a meeting of county chairmen with member of the National Committee at Lexington M Friday of last week, and the hundred county chairmen m attendance upon the meeting wore shown how easily the plms ean ho oarrleil Into ajfaat In the State of Kentucky. The general outline has hen lifted to t ti; campglgg In Kontuoky, and prlimd forms are being rushed through in order to get them, in the hands of county chairmen an speedily ns possible. The whole thlni; depends upon Ion In tlM H ti BOW ltd of tlie 'tnte. and the count tec represontod at the Ltttgfton and lb M MOM chatTBStn were unnvolilably ubsont on that occaakM wop plodfdd to the National QoWlttSQ to make whatever or to in. hp i ess of the Nebraska plan. Rani7.ii' ion month of the year y wi'k of the Ruihcr tit an to dovo1918 to the work of the v,.,r Savings campaign, It was determined to maki one bi;; drive, JMM to June H m :i. dosing on National War Savings l)oy, a that not already NCtNi will during uhlch USM 'ho rest of lEMtM : s bo ii. Itod by .i, lit',.' to be purchased dm ins? the six months following. ThU drive will :ioi be for sales of stamps, but for pledge: When It Is over, and Kt ntucky's quota BM lo on pledged by her loy il citizens, the ret of the year will be mere "lolhiw up to see that the r StM BO arc purehasod as I., r :ll comes we ran w ire Chair the months pass, to the end thai when lie. man Vanderlip. of i! o N.tioual C imniiitVe. and our own Federal Director J. D. I ..'.on. that KoatBckj hai met hot obligation as she always has done In tb to boat fjnnmnl teenrity, Pi ;, and The War Barings activity In Kentucky stood uMl rOOOStly and helped "put over'' the Third Liberty Loan campjign. Its organizatiou has done Ita hairmen can now f art In the other war Bctrrltiei of the year, and our county m-eni-linin--. But Louisville Man Feels Good Again Since Tanlac Built Up System. s We Have the Goods And We Advise You to Buy while It Is Available. work as a boo. keeper is alii and I tfncss it must have been tic confinement that made my system get all rim down." said J. O, , Kaoiti chacfer, .1 o,i Greenwood Louisville. Kv. "My system felt run down all ove-an- d I I was getting worse was oJ weak tliat KHHttlmOl I'd ju t duse oT to sleep while sitting i.i a chair.; It was just from sheer weakness. I "My bldoori ave-iivc- . growing scarcity of merchandise trie country and as time goes on it will even be scarcer. The highest authorities among merchandise buyers prophecy a demand twice as reat as the supply by autmn. Thcrr is a U'.ICiS. Knowing this, we have laid in a large supply of good merchandise stock so that we may be able to accommodate our customers. Buy now, before it is too late. i Io 3 I ,'"' V 7U iT Uji3"II C ! I aft Glen Dean, Ky. . I'ro-lde- J -- I ,r. S ,,. jv. ; i The Farmer's Share cost than almost any other farm product. The United States Department of agriculture reported in 1916 that the farmer gets for his cattle "approxis mately to three-fourthof the final retail price paid by the consumer for the resulting beef. tvo-thirds" lw . j ,ul Live stock is marketed from farmer to consumer at a lower j i. i . t. Ifelllg-Moiuit- Undsr normal conditions, the farmer's share of retail prices of various farm products is approximately as follows: Butter CATTLE Eggs 71 I per cent to 75 per cent 66 : i i : Potatoes Poultry Fruits 65 55 45 35 per per per per cent cent cent cent T ' The difference between farmer's price and retail price represents the necessary expenses of packing, freight and wholesale and retail distribution. Swift & Company not only performs - i I In-v- .... i (' struc-tlvenea- a, " Mb?" g i ' jt the manufacturing operations of preparing cattle for market in its packing plants, but it pays the freight on meat to all parts of the United States, operates 500 branch distributing houses, and in most cases even delivers to the retail butcher. All this is done at an expense of less than 2 cents per pound, and at a profit of only f a cent per pound of beef. about well-equipped - ? - i - g Large volume of business and expert management, make possible this indisk pensable service to the raiser and to the consumer, and make possible the larger proportion of retail prices received by farmers. live-stoc- V Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Unjon Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois rel.-as- up-li- b Swift Pi ..'ii irTiTK!'!--- & Company, U.S.A. -: t 1 i.' J been seen suspiciously loitering about the bridge which spuua the Hauubc cuuul ueur the Hlug atrasse, and iiot far from the Hotel Metropole, ut which the Momeii-.e- s lived. Murk could not let thia reflection upon Ids character go unchallenged, tie hastened to to apologize, in fact, for having glveu the authorities the slightest uuxlety about him. The. explanation, wga, thoroughly ez-piu- I TwBlnllke. He hud found by "the bridge the longest Uermun word he hud ever seen and, in order to comprehend It In all its longitude and latitude, he had pinned one end of It to the bridge with the Idea of unfolding it I Rearing his precious burden with him, he came to the opposite end of tho bridge, only, alaa, to find that he sUU had yards to spare I The apology wag StSSBteU with mauy a broad pin. L II. S. TO TREAT CAPTIVES WELL fed allied soldiers In German prisons. The food will also be rationed liberally, attention being especially, paid to the proper quantity of calories requirn working p' n. ed for a de"The provost marshal-general'partment, which will have charge of our prls.m camps. Is nt present acting ns the police force of the urtny In fnll-gros ThipPssimism I of the Loyal ? at By ROBERT ADRER BOWEN m I . CALLS TO Cl'R EAT BEEF STEW KEN UMBIE TO SHAKE ALLIED AIR RULE COUNTRY'S YCM WITH A RELISH .'ever Was Need Greater to Carry t;. erfcan Enjoy Army Cooking. Mr.chlnw Surpass Best Hun Types in All Eranshes of Sorv'iC2. By HCNMY HOWARD, There Is Med to til tor a word of warning nnd protet to those loyal Director of RaervKlflfl Service, U. 8. s among us who. by some perShirpinn Board. P." verse q'lnll'.v of sincerity, some luThe sea's call to our country's youth ll rent leortetiejF tn nre today Is clear and strong. At am other constantly Miuudtag tha note that pi rtad of our national life has need Germany delights to hear. The ret cot been greater than now for fearless great thrust of the Gorman armies men to carry our flag tin gh stress has glv u OmM croakers fresh stimu- of war nnd storm to foreign ports. In their hearts, though they Tha American merchant mariner of lus. know it not, fhoogh they deny It today takes rank lu tin- greatest ,,f Indignantly when so accused, they al! wars the ultima1" struggle of liberty with foroe beatda the honored have vccpled defeat they are Whipped. brothers of the army and navy, an exCould Germany nsk for 'more than emplar of flic strength and plenty of the spreading of this unwarranted at- this free ami chivalrous new world. titude of mind? It Is the subtlest, tin- In his bands wo trust our trader, tint niest poisonous of all forms of the more than this, we trust our honor, multifarious1 German propaganda the too. Neither shall perl h so long as killing of Mth ami hope ami deter- our mnrluers sail the seas. Their call"They shall not ing Is a cherished Irgarj fiwn God" mination to v In. pass!" said the French nt Vordim. fearing forefathers who in their day These souls say: "Tin y BO TO passed! ailed hard and far on errands of "knmernd." See how the RrllMi have fallen back !" peaceful commerce, while ever ready Walla the American scheme for hanThese are not "qilillers" in other to fight for freedom. The descendants dling prisoners of wnr Is still In the They nre not In any sense of such men do not fall In fla ir duty met tftf''yo. It mny he said to he one of l -consciously pro-- f iernain even In this When the sin calls than In this time best that has yet hern devised. For Platter. They are. however, obsessed of war. The way- of the sailor may American army man have heen by the everlasting drip of the German haTe been lost to them 111 !:elleratons ' flatting Immense prison colonies In ... idea of Gorman efficiency. The thing of peaceful land pursuits; but the salt Great Britain and throughout France. to them has become an Imponderable, Is in their blood, nnd with steady purThey studied the systems In use In foreseen conclusion. It blinds them pose they say to the sea: "Take me both countries, and while they have to any vision beyond the actual facts and teach me what you would have no found no pronounced defects In the of Germany's military ntlalnmcnts. do." This i popse, from shore to Rrltish system It Is undoubtedly tha It blinds then to tha military attain-ment- s shore of a nighty land, makes possible French plan which they will foHnto of the allies. The pirtf of In- the new, great things America Is doing closest In preparing the American vincibility the Invincible spirit Is not on 'he sea to end the war. On a thou(am pa. This, it is explained, la quite theirs. sand new ships now taking shape upon nntnral. as the American government There Is no our shores American merchant sailors Tills spirit we need. will be dependent on the French for doubt of that. The man or tha na- by tens of thousands will go forth, location of the collecting stations, distion that goes all the way, that BOOM without fear. Veterans In sea service tributing centers and the Ann! quartan any part at th" way to meet defeat will have trained tile newcomers to for the barracks. The French have Though this spirit the fleet an I so will be wrought a Is already beaten. three large collecting stations In of pessimism cannot even be con perenV American strong, dose-kni- t, It is more than likely that as a rift In the Iota of the na- sonnel for onx reborn" merchant muthe American forces v. Ill be alloti d tion's unity of faith and purpose, vet, rine. one of tiiese stations for Its war prhv inasmuch as It exists to any extent. It oners until our own are completed and Is to be deplored. For the feeling ready for use. will bo found always to link it . if A Great Exps.imcnt. with ether sentiments insidiously faThe handling of military prlsom rs By MARY PERRY KING vorable to Germany. Then always acin France has been a gigantic experiof The Virdlant-s- . companies it that stubborn, narrow tl re ment In sociology. For the prejudice, so ehnmi fully unworthy of Stand fast, our Allies I 1! md In '.land, H9 . years the French gnvernnit nt has heen existing against A bleeding lint exultant band, Us, against conducting prison camps according to all tha evidences of fact ami reason Facb for his own beloved land, On the left la QutOO V. Lowe, twenthe newest formulae of group alimengratitude the nasty slur that And all for Liberty, we stand. tation ; It treats its prisoners somewhat ty years oid, who enlisted at Kansas end City, Mo., In 1!)17. He Is now on duty England dodges bar share of tha after the manner of refugees, n popufighting, that the English are not Majestic England, glorious Franca lation made homeless and hungry by nt Hampton Itonds licet operating fighters, that SJngiaod leaven it to Belgium, who led the brave advance, some disaster. This has been repeated base. "ranee to save the day so far as it And till the knighthood of romance, On (he right Is Adoipn Li Lowe, sevenover and over agnin by every one who Have summoned our uncovered lance. ty-seven years old, who served In is saved ! has come to France since the outThere Is something peculiarly lathe navy from 1S(U to 1806V He rebreak of the war. Cut It cannot be In this distorted viewpoint. Tile weal ami woe of Home and said too often. I have seen during the entered the service Slay 29, 1917, ns mentable though It would ho to Right Dtaaatroaa early days of the war huge concentra- carpenter's mate. underrate Germany's, prodigious power The threat of Darknaai ami Light Adolpli L. Lowe, who is sure he is tion camps of homeless Belgian on evil Btlght, It would be fatal to be- Tim aaed to hold tha Truth with the Dutch herder. As the war pro- the oldest man serving In the navy, of Slight called on Secretary Daniel! a few days lieve it Infallible and invincible. gressed I made visits to neutral internWin nee comes this prenenoss to These are the watchwords of the light. ago, and was warmly welcomed by the ment camps and saw the living conditrumpet Germany's success nnd put tions of Russian, Austrian and Ger- head of the navy department. He left the soft pedal on our allies' achieve- From town and country, field and man soldiers. From what I have Been the service half a century ago, after ments? mart, in every Instance It is to he of French military prison methods T serving through the Civil war, and retraced to some of tha Interminable We come with pride to I. ear our part, say that in humaneness of treat- entered as carpenter's mate on Slay forms of German propaganda. It Is, In every breast the bugles start ca.T, ment, the good quality of food and the 29, 1917. as has already been said, itself tha Tha fanfare of the high in heart. liberty of movement allowed both ofquintessence of German propaganda, SAW DEVIL IN RED HAIR blown like a fine pollen through the To serve by land or sea or air, ficers and men no other nation, belligerent or neutral, which Itas cared for air Whan its true nature is the least With any weapons, any wear. great masses of people during this War But the Preacher Was Smashed and suspected, spread as Is often a con Take but our manhood strength, anil lias equalled the generosity of France. Fined. where taglottS disease by those unconscious "We Americans have bad a great The light is thickest put us there! of tiling the medium. Rev. Frank L. .Tohnsnn, pastor of a deal of experience in sociology more, Against tha resolute, inflexible de- perhaps, than any other nation In the Pentecostal church at Chi CO, Cal., saw termination to win, backing the NATURE OPENS INLET world. We should Sad It interesting the red hair of Walter Kemplery In his rlghteoaa cause in Which Wa are work, applying our vast knowledge and congregation and mistook it for the listed, Germany will go down In Brings Improvement Farmers experience to a new and unique phase red challenge Hug of the devil. ruin of the monstrous evil that she Storm Had Sought in Vain. Grasping chair near the pulpit, lias become. Rut she will not If these of social science," said a high army official who has made a thorough study Rev. Johnson made u wild dash voices, too many even ut the fewest, in a few hours nature has done for of prison camp methods In Kurope. through the crowded pews, crying ns who proclaim that Germany has alalong the Indian He spoke of the handling of war pris- lie sited : ready won the war, swell in number the rich farmers what congress has in Delaware d "There's the devil within a oners ns being a real humane problem, ami volume. That, Indeed, Is the very river man. Tbe divine spirit tells me surest way to give the victory to Ger- failed to do lu more than fifty years, and while emphasizing that a war pris.'!UO oners' camp was not a picnic ground to drive out the sin with force!" many, because it is the surest wuy to when the recent storm cut an inlet yards wide and eight feet deep where And leaping over or brushing aside undermine and disintegrate the bulor a health resort, it was at the same time not a black hole for the breeding all obstructions, human nnd otherwise, warks of faith and hope. Against an the river and bar How Into the ocean. of diseases and the starving and tor- the pustor reached Kemplery, ami by unfaltering "They shall not win!" all For several years the inlet has gradturing of human beings, as seemed to means of the chair began converting the power of Germany's strength will ually filled until navigation has been stopped, and bills before congress for be the Prussian Idea. I asked lilm him to the ranks of the blessed. not avail. appropriations to build Jetties huve alRut Kemplery took his turn ut seewhether he thought reprisals to be a And Germany knows It! ways failed. satisfactory means of Insuring better ing red about that time and instead of Scverul times farmers huve attreatment for prisoners In Germany, the devil he made a flank movement HAS A BIRD FARM tempted to dig tlM opening larger, but und sent an artillery blow Into the ire answered quickly that AmeriY to no uvull. When It closed even ca would not and cannot enter Into midst of Rev. Sir. Johnson's front-linTakes the Trouble to Build House for smaller this winter and no tisli were competition with mediaeval tryannlsm. trench. Them on His Place. coming lu another attempt was made, Furniture was pretty well banged up Germans Barbarous. There Is u man in Michigan who but the saud shifted us fust as the "French cuptives In Germany have and the rest of the congregation were when the takes the trouble to build comfortable farmers dug It out. endured tremendous suffering, have worse than In March, 11114, V. Then storm came and In a few hours died of tuberculosis und skin diseases police arrived, ltoth Johnson ami Kem- homes for birds. plain starvation; the world plery were arrested and taken before A. Stuart began to equip ids property scoured the inlet so that a two masted and of just 1,078 acres, near Marshall, us u schooner can pass while the lisli are knows ami will long remember the Judge Rarnes, who fined them $10 of bird sanctuary. At the Inst count he swarming Into tha quieier waters of story of that martyrdom. Yet despite euch. had set up l"4 bird boxes in scien- Indian river and Kchohotli bay. such Intolerable sufferings or its men tific arrangement so as to realize the S and the bitter Insults and offensive HAS SIX best possible results, treatment with which they were CROOKED FINGER CUT OFF On J MM l.'t. 1010) he found 109 bird coupled, tha French government policy Germany's New Boats Have Cruising familial enjoying the hospitality of his or lmltu-tiobus not been one of reprisal Radius of 10,000 Miles. Man Submitted to an Operation to German of German method. Information received in an olllclul houses, besides the mull it tides breed- j Enlist in Army. pamphleteers were busy several months quarter in Washington credits Ger- lug after Qm native, wild fashion In Some men "lose u linger" to keep the tries, bushes ami fields on Ids esago informing the neutrals and their many with having completed the conMarlins, bluebirds, tree swal- out of military service; but llot so own populations of the terrible hardof tate. struction of six with Thomas Thonian. Iicnison, Tev, 1,500 to 1,800 tons capacity, with a lows, wrens, robins and phoebe birds ships of German and Austrian prisonRrltaln. cruising radius of 10,000 miles, and are among the varieties in this bird who had one taken off so hi could get ers In France and Great In. of the same de- refuge. Switzerland sent Investigators and on-- that six more Thiamin tried to enlist us a stenogMr. Stuart takes great care to in-- j serrrs to the French camps und they sign ure belug rushed toward complespect the premises every -- days, these rapher, hut examination disclosed the came home, not merely with reports of tion. linger oil his right baud was Germany bus designed the newer trips of Inspection including the exact little their observations but filled with enfor the system of treatment, submarines, it was said, to be superior number of homes occupied, the num- crooked and stiff. thusiasm "That linger will have to come oft If the food, sanitary sleeping and living to destroyers. It was said that the ber of nests, eggs or young, und the quarters, boms of labor ami opportuni- ullled udmirulties huve known for more kluds of birds. The houses further we take you," he wus told. u word Thoiimu left; hulf ties for recreation. The men who have than three mouths of the uctuul con- uwuy from the buildings arc mine uu Without hour luter he returned. freely used, especially by tree swul-low- s found shelter In French camps are struction of these "Well, sergeuut, I hud her cut off," und bluebirds. At a distance quite conteuted. Aside from the opin- which, it is believed, follow uu general from the buildings the little bird he suid. of the neutral observers, the tes- lines the construction of the commerion He was accepted. timony of the prlsouers themselves is cial one of which, the Deutach-lund- , houses ure mounted on fence posts, or on Iron gas pipe eight or ten feet high. visited the United States. tbe best refutation of Germany' alleMemphis Has War Baby. Others are on the edge of the wood-luuNo prisoner has yet been gations. Sleinpbls bus its Hrst "war buhy." and lu the interior of the woods. found who complained. Returns to Gold Mine. It is a little girl. A feminine voice When Puvld B. Weaver, of Saxony, "The American prison camps, com culled police beadquurters und usked bining as they will the best of the Brit- - Minn., went to Montana lu 1804, he disLetter Travels 11 Months. It took Just 11 months for u letter that search be made for u watch lost ish and French systems, are expected covered a gold mine. While he und to be a great object lesson to the en- - his parents were at work on It, lndiuiis Alex Canter of Fulton, Mo., mulled to In the park. The search was made. emy In the human treatment of prison- - drove them off. Four uioutbs ugo he it. Itlrkew at Kiev, Russia, to return No watch wus fouud but the little but a few gjgfl "Id, was discovered era of war. As in the French cmnps, tbe went prospecting rguln und ue found to this country. (unter Just received wrapped in blankets. The lul'aut haa bread ration will ba an ample one, coo-- the same mine and luteuds to work It tin' letter with a notation tbut the Iderubly higher thau that vt the best despite his seveuly-vljCh- I a bunny home now. cuuuol be fouud. j euro. r, marshal-- American rvpcillilonary force are nlwnys policed by the provost's si. I. A good p reeotage of tha provost marshal's men are tha United IN CHARGE OF THE MM. Stab s marines, always acknowledged ns tha finest army and navy 'cop.' In the world. Wherever I'nifed Stales System tc Be followed by the Provost unifonm d men are found in large nuni-'bewherever American property In Marshal General's Department to Be Combination of English and French warehouses and on the waterfronts in Methods Prison Camps to Be Ob- France Is collected and made ready ject Lesson to Enemy in Humane for shipment to tha front lines, the provost marshal hat his men M tha Treatment. Job. Should the work of caring for and handling GcrmM prisoners become Whatever fnte awaits our soldiers too large iti scope for the provost W'llf) fall lil'tsorieru tn 111.. flAnrtiiMK general's depart au nt It Is probwhatever hardships find tortures Karls- able thai a si parata organization will ruhe or the mines of Bhelnhanaen and he appointed to take It over anil operEwnld hnve In store for them, a fnct ate the ramps, ns is done in the other with which Fritz may well consn'e armies." himself is the comparative consider! tlon with which the American army GRANDFATHER AND will trent him when ho greets us with GRANDSON IN NAVY n Organization Being Perfected for France. by the Handling Frisoners. Those precincts frequented of the Vigilantes St Flag to Foreign Ports. Soldiers Plain API ETiTESA ALWAYS KE!1 ef,' in f the trem mlotprvlittlnn of the Germane, prompted by the entry ef the United Rtatea Into thai World ifUct, and their threat to huve Tn spite Hit I mm 1 t Lai Ktr-dan- e panic-stricke- n 1, SUPER-SUBMARINE- n super-suhiiiurln- j 1 s, , bu-b- thoosnnds of aircraft avallahle this Men Like th Life find Have Mo Hank, spring, the enemy has been tumble to erlng for Elaborate Menus of Big IVafl shake the allied air superiority single-seatmachines, Hotels at Horn? Men Arc Always anywhere. The tlie Hanover nwnoptaM ami the pfatt Hungry and Are Never Late for biplane do not Compare Willi the latest Mess Find Romance of War Is models of French and Britiah lighting Largely a Myth. ph. tti's. For speed in (limbing I he (lennans .Itnk-inby n salts here nt the front, found the Fokker triplaue impractical it man Is better off with ptahj army and it was Quickly dis, aided for a new Booking than with the elaborate menus type of monoplanes While this Monoplane waa fast it of Detmonieo'i anal tha gtttg to ehooaa s was tinii liable and speedy than from. The The ofllcers' mess, gfa slightly more the wonderful l ieiieli Moralie. varied than thone of the enlisted men. Pfata biplane is a little better, but It but both are very good, nnd there Is suffers Continually with motor trouble. The flermans are now using a lightn complaint anjrwhere along the line. The MM have meat, sugar and httttef er machine, which carries g brace of ami all the condiments usually found machine gune, The enemy's on a chop house table, writ, s Hon Mar-- ! of the AJbatrooo Aftottt type is still the best machine they have. It is tin In the New York Herald. I' Here Is what I had the other day nt speedy and capable of climbing to a nn ol'leers' mess very close (o the great height, owing to its large spread I Re. f slew, inashi d potatoes, oi wings. front lettuce salcd, coffee, cuke, canned to Dowel er, the Oermnns are obliged use faster observation machines poaches. The next day, beans of very good quality, generously soaked III a than the allied in inters, ns their gttgte scaler fighting machines are Incapable tomato sauce, tool; tin- place of the of protecting the tWO OCelef I as the alstew, anil rice podding was subhref lied machlneg are. stituted for canned peaches. The scout mill bines of the allies are No one will get thin on fare MM also used for guard duty, for regulatthat, and it may be authoritatively ing artillery lire ami for photographic staled that the Open are by no means work. growing emaciated, They are the It is also noticeable that the accurheal Hill t looking lot of men to be acy of lie enemy's, antiaircraft guns Is ect anywhere. Thin OMO are filllnc falling Off, Tbll is due to the fact that ut and fat ones nre thinning out. many of their beat aviators have boon Cheeks which once were Inclined to be drafted for machine gun service to reChatty now are tanned. Hollows rai- place th tea killed in tlie recent German der cheek bones have puffed out. offensive. Men Like the Life. The men with w hom I have nUced L0;:3 AND SHORT OF IT like file life although It Is by no tu nn : AT CAMP DEVENS. MASS. nn easy one. So long ns food eondt- good there will hi' no tiOne remain grumbling from the men. The army has been here long enough now to fur-- : nlsh added proof of the truth of Hapo- b op's .statement that an army fights "on Its stooi, leb." At luncheon nt till ofllcers' casual mess recently I saw men well known nt. the lending hotels In New York, Chicago, Philadelphia nnd Bostoa, One of tic tn Is considerable of an epicure and Ins messmates say he was Inclined at first to balk nt fhe rough army food. It Is ti II chan red now. lie eats: In ef stew with the same relish he on. 'ate terrapin, and beuns he enjoys as thoroughly ns Ic o n e enjoyed u de licious curry. I Bfked him if he would like to sit down with a Fifth aven 'menu to order from nnd. pausing In the midst of a course of turnips ami ma; bed potatoes, lie said: "This will do for me, tit. ink you." Of course, the matter of appetite has n gn at deal to do w ith it. No one of nil the enlisted men and ollleers hicks an appetite. When dinner time comes at noon the men are there on the spot, nnd they are right on the Job ggalg at six o'di I; In the evening. It Might also be Mid that they are alw ays hungry. One officer, a major, who is a very notable figure in the life of u middle Western city, leaned back from U dinner the other day, lighted a cigar and said : "This life here Is doing more for me than any vacation I ever had." And he looked It. He said lie sufThe original darky Mull and Jell' are fered from Insomnia and loss of ap- at Camp Devens. They are Nathanpetite at times, but that be has bad iel Singleton. 4 feet II inches, ,md neither since he got out In the open Fred Ifader, ti feet Wfa inches, both wiiii the army. There are a good many of Miami, Fin. Statisticians at the men of great wealth in the various camp have figured out that It takes American divisions ami they are sharFred just ,'tVi seconds more to get u ing equally with all, of course. In an drink of water down than it takes his ollleers' barracks, about live miles from shorter pal to perform the same trick. the front, I saw a man from Phlladat Despite their great difference in statphla who was accustomed to every ure, the two men ure inseparable puis. kind of luxury. Here he was sharing a tiny room with another man who, FIND BURIED MONEY the Philadelphia man said, snores tre-mendooaly. "Bui I don't mind it. I don't mind It Was Hidden Years Ago by Pi oneer. anything now when I lie down for u While boring a post hole on his night's sleep." farm, located on the old Oregon trail, Can Sleep Anywhere. near the Little Rlue river, h few miles boys In the ranks have already northeast of Daohiefi Neh.. William The had far more soldiering than they ever Itcckman struck an obstacle which got In the training camps al home. proved to be an old kettle lu which They have tramped on roads for ninny were a number of pieces of money, hours or days at a time, have slept in how much and of what denomination motor trucks, on crowded trains, have the lucky tinder refuses to ggy, The been billeted In barns and In barracks old ki ttle and a few of the coins were have slept In fields and by tin1 roadside brought to town r ml placed on exhibiYet there Is very Utile Illness ami the tion. men look In the pink of condition The find Is thought to have been They eat regularly ami plentifully, and buried by a Mr. JnttB, who owned the the only complaint I have beard from place y s ago. lie sold out to "ltuf- thOM Is that they would prefer fighh falo Rill" (William Cody) and dipt. to coustuut Matting, Lute North, ami was afterward killed Th,' romance of wnr ns pictured by by the Indians. Tradition sas that the boyish mind Is Mid b.v tbe soldiers before the Indians raided the place to be largely a Myth, For Instance. In Mr. Jules secreted a large sum of a muddy roadway I saw a brawny primoney, ami treasure hunters have vate pacing up ami down lu a driving searched the place In vain for years rain, title in position, guarding some- for what Mr. Reckman bored into last thing (even he didn't I, new what It week. was) which was piled up nearby. He had been on guard for ten hours. I $58.28 for Year's Food. asked him bow he liked it ami be P. I"). Plckey, engineer In a factory made no reply. The sentries dou't at Herberioii, 0 spent Just $.rK.'.,S for talk to iiny one. food, or nn average ,. about i cents In a camp on the American sector a day, during 1917. I'lekey worked I saw a soldier scrubbing mud off har- all through the year, twelve hours a nesses. day. six duys a week and Ruined two "This Isn't quite my bleu of what pounds during the year. Dickey's war wus going to be," he suid, "hut menu bud no place on It for meat and (with a touch of genuine Auierlcuu milk for steady use, although he bad humor) I huve found in my short but them occasionally. Fruit and baked varied career tbut things are seldom dishes mude up a large part of the bill what they seem." of fare. er g Ic-two-seate- r 1 ' i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO. D. Alice BABBAGE. Editor and Publisher Roosevelt's First Silk Dress. J A DREW JACKSON What are YOU doing ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Arthur Hrlsbane, the famous edi torial writer, says in June Americas CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 29. 1918 Magxzine: , EIGHT PAGES. ?oc for 4 months; ;.sc for months. 50 for each allitinal insertion line rate Cards of Thtnkt, tmt ; lines. charKe.l for at the moneyOi inlOCBtT advance. Dliitnaries charged for at the rate of 5' per line,correct, please notify us. Fxamine the label M vmir paper. If it is not "The Kditor every day must answer the question, "What Interests people"' ust fail. or he n ' The question can be answered 11 thousand-(1 , of ways. Sulnrription 1iiiiu-- s 1 rals prkt $l.5" a year; 10c per line an-- l Miss Alice Hoosevelt as a very young finished reading yont girl. The line under it read 'Miss When NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: hand it to a friend who is not .1 Alice Hoosevelt. aMj 0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS it. it away or destroy subscriber; do not throw "That did not satisfy Mr. Curtis. It was not sufficiently interest ng to the millions of women reading that parti He added five uublication. c.ular words; 'in her first silk dress ' "Tde line read then, "Mise Alice ONE MEAL ONF. MEAL Koosevelt in her first silk dress.' WY VHEATXEB SUNDAY wn "Young women and girls looked at ONE MEAL ALL MEALS the picture with sympathetic interest, r- WHEACLESS WHT.ATIJiW older women studied it with memories ONE MEAL ONX MEAL of other years. . VHEATXEW WHEATLE0 "Those five words in that particular MEALS edition of the Curtis publication were 0 ALL worth a good many hundred dollars for each word. "Needless to say, it was Miss Alice Roosevelt's first silk dress, otherwise the Curtis passion for accuracy would In Memory of Everett and Hobart have forbidden the additional five Home Boys in Service. words. " As I go to school eacn morning Moorman Ditto has teen transferred Camp Two fresh made graves I see. Irom Camp Zacharv Taylor to RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM (WITH PEROXIDE) And with their faded Mowers adorning Upton. Lout' Island. They bring sad memories to me. A frreaseless cream of snowy whiteness. Delightfully perfumed. A day cream Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, Memories of two school mates dear for oily skins. Softens the hard lines Henry DeHaven Moorman Who have just lately passed away. now pnvate of the face. Protects it from sunburns, This Two raaniv boys that always were has arrived safely in France winds, tans and cold weather. Affords an excellent foundation for applying information was received ytsterday by Favorites both in school and at play. Amrico Beauty Face Powder. This and Bennett H. Young Jmlue Moorman, Everett was the lirst to go more than one hundred other Red Cross it wiU ,a remembered, left his office As he was laid to rest in June, Remedies and Toilet preparations sold in tbi tenth judiciaf listnct to j in Ah! tiien, little did we know and guaranteed only by thefrmy. He did not seek a cominis-s4!u- Another school mate would go so soor.. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. but went as a private. He did well and strong Hobart then was Administrator's Notice. this notwithstanding he is over the And a sad pall bearer that day. draft aae He is in the artillery. But ere the summer days nad flown All persons having claims against He too, was called away. Lieut. Commissioned as second the estate of B, A. Y hittinnhill. deseems rather lonesome now ceased, will please file same with me Ser. Donnard J. Smith of Co. M. Tne ur school a cheerless chime, lie has as administratrix, at Glen Dean, Ky.. Camp '. ichary Taylor, was 3:16 Inf. ow and all persons knowing themselves at a 2nd Lieut- The days seem longer too some last w.-graduated as Ard we wish for the good old time. to he indebted to said estate will He will be commissioned enant Aral as we look across the aisle please call and settle same. soon as a vacancy occurs. And see their vacant places, Coral R. Wliittinghill. Admx. 000 How we long again for a by gone smile Glen Dean, Ky. Somewhere In France For I giimpse of their absent faces Dear Folks at Home; Just a line to lint 1, in his wisdom aud his love let you know I am well and I have sure Auguste Rodin. from tips world of care, was at Called th-some since been traveling A keener Interest In mure nnd more To tne heavenly school above horn?, I did not think would leave the nspects of hnmaalty. ii NMMMM I" And hey are waiting fcr us there. llnd more nnd more kinds of men nnd States so scon, but just got back to A Friend November lW women worthy of plastic represent;' Camp and packed up my little satcliel Written for the school entertainment lion, a preference for expressiveness aud was off. o traditional beauty, a love of life have neard much about sea and lead by Huby EUerly I'ayne. Well because it la life by these tokens we sickness and fully realize what it is may know Itndln for a modern of the Patriotic Dollars. now. Believe me you ar sure sick. BMdatlM in his duy, who made Hi" days, I did not eat anything fur three spirit of his time incarnate in marble All the dollars in the world can not and bronze. Like every artist who bebut when got over that spell I could Victory is not purchase-abl- e gins by outraging our love of the not get enough to eat, 1 thought about ouy victory. I it is won. Dollars can work fur familiar, he ended by forcing some of that Kaster dinner very often certainly would like to be there tc help victory only insofar as they are con us to revise our definition of beauty, Kvin those A says the New Republic. break in the car. I suppose Isadore verted into labor and materials. will try to come over to see me in it. dollar hoarded is a slacker; a dollar who most pHSsiountely deny thnt his Ha! Ha! wasted is a traitor; a dollar saved is beauty Is beauty CM never we quite would hail MM If Kodln had I will tell you about our trip over. a patriot, doubt v so when loaned to the us they not lived, fie miikes them less at eiiie Excepting two days our trip on voyage Government. In presence of the conventionally idle noble, even when excellent In its kl'.id : A hoarded dollar represents was tine, the lirst two days the sea was power; a wasted dollar represents reveals a humanity which cannot reach rough. Tell the boys they can sena me some wasted power; a dollar saved repreus througl' the conventionally noble tobacco also send me the Ureckenridge sents power saved, labor saved, mat without an effort Those wrapping of Newt oDce in a while. I am writing rials saved. Loan to your Govern- nobleness rid something from us. Was this as we land so I do not know any- ment, it represents power, labor and it truth? thing about the surroundings someone material in action, on the firing line, can write every week. I will close. over the top. And more it represents It Can't Re Dane. As ever, reserve power, energy stored, purchasFew know better thus Vincent TaKrnest. ing power conserved for its owner. (My address) bor the utter absurdity of trying to please the women of today. From eviPrivate James K. MeGary, dence presented In the Court of DoCompany M. 6th, Inf. , Commissioner's Notice. mestic ltelistlons, writes a New York Expeditionary Forces, American correspondent, It appears that he has France. All persons having claims against at no time tried It, but the demands Priv. Mcilary W the son of Mr. the estate of the late J. S. llcavin, made by his wife huve convinced Id and Mrs. J. F. MeGary of Kirk, Ky. deceased, will present same to the Ihat there Would be no hope anyway. undersigned Master Commissioner The matter In (Toiislderatlon was a Keep Mr. Tabor at work, a Service Flag for Horses. at his office in the Farmers Bank means to to provide $8 a Building, in Hardinslmrg, Kentucky, means to force him Flying from the barn of David on or before the first day of July. week for his wife's support and a his desperate lyampden, In the Malibu section, ia a 1918. All claims must be proved as means to terminate struggle to drink a harried world dry. iervice banner on which there are required by law. "Aw, Judge, noth'.u' can be done," adthree red stars. Hampden is a widow, Lee Walls, mitted the somewliut teurful defender seventy years of age, has no sons Master Commissioner, Breckinridge ant, "us long as j till can't make money navy, but a short time in the army or enough to satisfy all the hlghfalutln' Circuit Court. ago be shipped three well bred horses Ideas of the womer. Two mouths ugo to his nephew in Kansas City, and in a we wuz all right urain an' everything For Rheumatic Aches made me latter Hampden was told the horses Try Tajl lac Rheumatism Treat- goln' good, wheu Minnie had been sold to the government for ment for rheumatism. It is helping move to a house what had a bathtub In It. We ain't bad a day of happiness That is why the cavalry service. htindredsand it will do for you what banner with the red stars on it is flying it is doing for others. You can get alnce." from the barn in which the horses were it at any good drug store. RULE," "IT'S Los Angles Examiner. born von have "This story is told of Cyrus H. K. Curtis: In das when he paid close attention to his magjizims, before he berime publ iiher of t he 'Ledger.' Mr Curtis saw on his desk a picture of KEHEHBER THE DAYS TOURS FRIDAY nofflvo- If you are fooling it away OOITIT. Our Bank is CM re- - TUESDff WBWrtSDff SATDBM nnd Andrew Jackson, namesake of the famous general and Jackson, who Andrew president, fought In the war of 1812 nnd won the battle of New Orleans, Is now a sergeant In the I'nlted Suites army. His soldier, fighting on father, too. wus the side of the South In our Civil war. great-grandso11 a safe place for it. YOU WORK HARD FOR YOUR MONEY AND YOU AND YOUR FAMILY SHOULD GET THE BENEFIT OF IT. IF YOU SPEND IT. IT IS GONE FOREVER. IT IS SOMEONE ELSE'S MONEY. WHEN YOU PUT IT IN OUR BANK IT IS STILL YOUR MONEY, AND IT IS SAFE FROM FIRE, BURGLARS OR YOUR OWN TEMPTATIONS TO SPEND IT. PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK AND PROTECT YOUR OLD AGE. YANK FLYERS ACTIVE THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG S TRUST CO. 000 Lieut. Eddie Rickenbacker His Third Plane. United States Men Maintain Big tory Percentage Over the Foe Airmen. Fells HARDINSBURG, KY. Vic- Total Assets Over $1 ,000,000.00 We Offer You Strength, CourtesyJGood BusinessMethods n. 000 m I 1 1 I I With the American Army In France, Ma 27. Lieut. Eddie Klckenhneker of Columbus. 0 bus shot down his third enemy mac hine. He achieved his latest victory near hooting down of a Qennan The nlane. after he had been attacked by four machines, by Lieut. Kdward B11- toed, Jr.. of Nashville. Tetin., was otli- einiiy confirmed. Lieut. Bnford was Hying over the enemy lines near St. Millie! Wednesday when he MB into the quartet of Ha drove for one German Myers. of them, The German maneuvered nnd attempted to get Bnford in between the oilier German machine The American eluded the Oar am and swung homeward, lie wus confronted by one Boche RDd he shot him down .iust us two others came up. BofardTa nun Jammed ns he turned 011 the wo others. He dived beneath both nf them mid returning to his own lines, it is now permitted to publish for the lirst time thai one of our pursuit qua drool is operating behind the foul front nnd their dally patrolling DWklBg Ufa miserable for the has The best Huns for several weeks. tribute paid to thtdr work was by a sausage balloonist. "It Is seldom that any Boche has ventured to cross our lines since these lighten arrived." he said. The groop has more than four victories for every one achieved by the Boche. Their only losses so fur are Lufbery, Chapmun and Hall. Today the American patrollers were unable to discover a simile (iermitn machine. The majority of the Americana in the pursuit squadrons were trained In America. Thin-cour11 Sash, Doors,1 Lumber, Columns, Millwork The BestJMade We Havellt Ready to Ship Prices Right QualitylRight Write for our close prices on'anything that you may need in this line. Prompt estimates furnished, and quick shipmentsjmade. FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager CHICAGO Major CENSOR SUSPENDED Funkhouser, Second Deputy Superintendent of Police, Is Summarily Ousted. - 111 QMngga, May ST. Mai l rfwnhhnwaari second deputy superin tendent of police ami censor of moving pictures wus summarily suspended by Acting Chief of l'ollee John H. lending the fllltiK of charges against the censor with the civil servRecently a storm of ice commission. protest went up when Funkhouser ordered some l uteins of the Oerard film "My Four Years in (lermany," the new (Jrimth picture "Hearts of the World," and a recent production Theda Bara. His ordering of a bronze statue "The Sower" oft the steps of the Art Institute also brought on a storm. jji 1 Stand at the Bank ? That question often is asked, is it not? If a man stands well words carry weight. He is a factor in the community. Everybody will stand well at the bank if he or she deposits surplus cash. We fiLwV '- - Jf" JfV J J qJH 11 IrPLXy J nVgP QfcZ9ai ( Jb? 1 KIP CM II 11 1 XII MM jt 11 I 1 - Tpoor 6 BILLIONS FOR SUPPLY CORPS Addition of $1,335,100,347 etc. ym I or opening new ac- - y to Quarter Is Sought counts daily. Our system of loan and tercet ie liberal and simple. We invite in- - master's Appropriation l PL w Revised Figures. A 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 Pickles Olives and Cold Meat A BUTTER KNIFE or PIE KNIFE and small FRUIT KNIVES. A Seth Thomas Clock is always a most acceptable gift we haven't these articles m stock we will be glad to order them If for you. I FMEMBER May 27. Substitute Washington, estimates of quartermaster's Corps of the army, Increasing the original estimate by li.m.VHtMT for the next tlscul yeur, were submitted to congress by the war department. The revised llgures are bused on the reorganized uilvltles of the quartermaster corps, the total estimate being for Bulgars Attack Royal Train. Munich May 27. Travelers urrlv-lu- g here from (lermany declare that discontented Bulgarian soldiers attacked Emperor Charles' train after It had a call. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... tnannanananananavinwinw Offlei Hours: left Constantinople. Your Home Jeweler Is T. C. LEWIS LJQLjJHIOP Hardinsburg, Ky. I mm Hun U Boat Seeks Madrid. May 27. The Mrs Hector I feel so well I'm sun has entered marine I must be UL feel 111, Maria, and Santaiider, Spain, It was Hector I'h, was In a damaged theu you'll be sure you're well. C-- 6 11 Haven. German subthe port of learned. The condition. DENTIST lrtli(tM, ly. fctWW BMW tK Breckenridge News. MAY 29. I9I8 K EXPLAINS LAUGH OF BABIES Announcement. For Appellate Judge. Wr arr authorim! to annnum-- thr nam of J. W. Hrn.ao a. a caadMatS for thr i ocrattc nomination for Apficllatr Ju Ife f .im l th. hi.trict, ii tin- i.rm.oy. Auvutt, I OIH WRDNKSDAV, nttred at the PoMOffl Ire at Cloverport. M second claae matter. y We Come Into This World of Sorrows With a Mysterious Sense of Humor. Lets Smother Autocracy With Thrift Stamps and War Saving Certificates BALOPTCO MIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ' FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE . H. U. U V" v;.-.- QUALITY . NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIF? GENERAL OFFICES fa CCURACt DEPENDABILITY An thft IA.TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS fartnn that make For Precinct and city Offices t 8.50 $ 6.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression 10 Of Individual views per line our bitinest yrow. We specialize on KRYP. TOKS. the invisible biNationally glasses. accepted as the most perfect double vision glasses yet made. W E grind them right here in our own plant, too. focal Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. "Ask Any Oculist" Effective February No. No. No. I 10, 1918. If M 1S:30 5:15 144 Arriving Louisville will leave Cloverport Arriving Irving-toNo. MR leaves Henderson Arrives Owensboro Arrives Shops 148 Arriving-Louisvill- EAST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving; rrvlDirton Arriving Ixvalavllle will kave Cloverport Arriving Irv Inginn Iff A. M. A. M. 5:(W 11:00 7 :55 The Ball Optical Co. R0BT. I. BALL f llN M. M. M. M. A. M. P. P. P. P. 613 South Fourth -: Avenue " 7:55 A.M. 4:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M. 0:20 P. M. Pi M. H:5S ('. M. 1:23 P.M. 7.40 P.M. :40 P. M. 7 :V P. M. :07 P. M. 11 :37 P. M. 12:47 A. M. 1:40 A. M. 2:07 A. M. 7 :."! A. M. 7:00 A. M. 12:01 A. M Louisville, I PIMM if t . GLASESS p Kentucky iw- No. 141 No. No. 143 Arriving Ownsboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Shops Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson 145 WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving F.vunsvllle Arriving St. Louis will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawesvllle Arriving Owensboro will leave Cloverport A. M. MilA.M. 9:25 A. M. -- wlvikt Mj ii'ttnu iiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiiiitiin FOOD LOCAL ITEMS. a... the grotesque and the absurd. Wo AH0 SPECTACLES know why we ure laughing, but with rhymes of which I am the chletly thinking, wo laugh or, for thut matter, cry, perhaps without having ntiy reason to give. Richard Le Uulll-enn- o. iosturi; Route 2 were here Sunday. In Harper's Magazine. Mrs. Winchell had been visiting her mother in Evansville. WHERE TO LOOK FOR WIFE Mt.Chas Henry and sisters, Misses Brlgid and Rose Henry, Louisville were Seek Her in Butcher's Shop, Saya Thia Writer, and Mark Just How the week end guests of their brother, She Buys. Rev. Father J. S. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Purda Hawkins, Hani A pood housewife will look at least insburg Route 3 were iu this city Sat- two square meals ahead of her nose. urday shopping. Mrs. H iwkius called The modern system of marketing durat the News office and had her name ing the high cost regime Is such u fine entered on our subscription list. art that a youth contemplating matrimony should hie to the market place Mr. and Mrs. Jas Smith and Children, for selecting u bride. My boy, Zim Mildred, Margaret and Dwight, Pen advises in Cart oons Magazine, when his ningtou Gap, V.i., ate you see a maldf n pinching, smelling Mrs O. T. O.leuwalt and Mr. and pricing a Soap hone, you may rely-oOdeuw-.l- t for a few days enroute West her sense of economy, for she Is for a visit-Mr- . looking forward not loss than two Mf Pltllfl ed vis-tinsister, The hnmfin love of nonsense Is n diWo have often hoard vine tnysii-rypessimists declare that we into the world wn plug, it is truer, i think, to say thai v COON Into It laughing. Tor laughter In a baby seems to be its first conscious apprehension of smoothing MM ide lis small needs and pains. It may try Merely bsMAMM pin Is ticking into it, but it laughs bicaiaa Ircaity It sees something that makes It laugh. It knows not why, something that catches (he eye or ear and seems IrrosNtlMy funny to It. Then is nothing mote Mysterious than a baby I tetjaja of humor. It frequently loses It ai it grtlWI up, together with the other trail lag clouds of glory, but most haliies are horn with It. To satisfy it nursery rhymes were invented, ami to satisfy the same instinct In grown people "The Hunting of the Smirk," that incomparable classic, came into being, and Caverly and Gilbert and Lear stood on their heads, so to speak, and performed such verbal antics before high heaven ns must have made the very angels luugh. When tbe Owl and the Pussy Cat, having dined on mice and slices of quince, "hand In hand, on the edge of the sand," "dunce by the light of the moon," there is something which, as Stevenson was fond of saying, delights the groat heart of man. Hut, of course, with these modern artists of nonsense there Is usually u deliberate attempt ut . dm '.In e arr- aathetlSsd to annoum-luile;,w. for r...niniao..n Im Srttlr a. a ratiriifl.-it,of thr (Hurt o( Appeal (rom thr Sic fr OISB District, uahjrct to thr Itll.H, Auku r . primary. I I ADVERTISEMENTS Jj RATE 1c I 11 The spirit of optomism has made America what she is Bio; to-da- y. Per Word Each Intertion Ron Advertisers ulean when you notify the wm.t itdvcrtlsetm-illxrontinued WANTED WHITE MALE HELP WANTED. Hriaa to hstfSMnl baejiejejea), iio accept of UOVtreaMal 1.01 work, livr in a lipr city, goo.1 air, Mt watrr, good vv.ijrr. no labor trouhlr.- - Aihlrrot Thr F. A. Ames Co., Employment Department, ( Ky. FOR SALE FOR SALE Ci t'eks old - K. gilts, Five fine DWM I.ightfoot, Cloverport, si: Ky things in a hio; way is the United States' motto witness the Third Liberty Loan, the Red Cross Drive and a host ot other big things done and forgotten. Now that we've got the War Saving Stamp business in hand, lets do it up brown with all the trimmings. my farm containing 140 acres FOR NAM one mile weft! of Lndihurg. Ky., on thr I.. H, & St. L R K. About 40 acres of bottom lanl :to acres in woods. For further particulars, address Dan M iller. Hake rtirld, Cal. Route 1, Hox M, "Oood corn yellow or white shucked :it .trO per bushel. Hrlnir your wagon any day. i'orn at PoHt Offlre ToM import, Ind Kng aii'i 2r per bushel. Good seed. ToDlOHpnrt, Ind. 8. S. FOR SALE Splendid dwelling, centrally located. For price and terns write or cull on .Ino. I). Habbage, Cloverport, Ky. Remember THRIFT STAMP Week is June 3 to 8. You can begin buying now if you wish. We have Thrift FOR RENT I'Oli RENT J room cottage on Murr.iy Avt. Jpo. I). BtMwtgC, Cloverport, Ky. Stamps and W. S. S. for sale Wanted Miscellaneous reive retnitliim-City Tooth Co.. nati. Ohio. Wll I PAY rr"'" (t.M to k.uo tor run "ILL rni stM!) ()( htiM teeth no niHtter if hroken: serd them at once and re WF by return mall.-tue171 1 Atlas tie Ave.. en J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Cincin- tilrlor woman to work In private family. Hoard, rooms Mid kind treatment with wagfj to rlitht party. Apply to tills umVe. WAN'TEH Yon to make extra money by HMHB or your Vacant house hv running' a Want Ad. In Til E HUE CKENItllMiE NEWS. renting t!mt spare Everything In Dr, J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located permanently in Harc'.insbi'rK, occupy inn office recently vacated by Ir. Walker. BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Wcatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window (ilass. Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Roofing minim unii iimi Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy Readers. (ltllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIII!lllllllimilllll7 1 John Duke left Tuesdiy evening fur New Mexico. Mike Tucker, Pa lucah ia visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker. Mrs. Jas Hart, Louisville was the guest of Mrs. Clde Morrison last week. Mrs. Walter Graham, Louisville was the guest of relatives here the past week. Mrs. Robert Mattingly left Friday for a visit to her son, Robert Mattingly in Louisville. Miss Eleanor Reid has returned from a week's visit with Miss Lida Mae English at Skillman. Prof. G. R. McCoy was in Hardins-bur- g Thursday to attend the commencement exercises. Mr. aDd Mrs. Tousey Rogers are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a son, Charles Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Morrison are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and Edward Morrison. Miss Agneta Mattingly, Owensboro was the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. K. Dorst. Mrs. D. S. Duncan and children, Kuttawa, Ky., were guests of Mr. and Mi.s. 11 V. Duncan last week. Dr. and Mrs. Baucum and daughter, s Margaret spent the week end at Creek the guests of Mrs. J. J. Baucum. Lieut, and Mrs. Evans Waller, Dallas Tex , were guests last week of Mrs. Waller's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. SkillmaD. Mrs. Nat Tucker and daughjers, Misses Lelia and Bernice and Miss Myrtle Johnson were in Louisville SatHar-rod- ::::::: meals. The soup bone, when ketl, is purely food in tha rough or primitive state. Its choicest are realized aftt r bouillon stage. Thereafter comes goulash, the croquettes and the lose imis hash. By ull means avoid the girl w ho ortlers choice cuts of porterhouse or Knglish mutton chops. She will not mnko u good helpFifty Dollars Reward. mate. But the girl WtM selects the chuck or nock plecoi or the tall end of lor the conviction of person or per- a ham bono, and renders them into sons that have in the past two dainty, palatable dishes Is the one you months stolen from my farm two want. So take my advice and seek the one red shoat, market place when you feel thut you 40 pound lambs, weight about 40 pounds and seed have had your till of bachelor loneliness and wish a tusto of wedlock. Folcorn. low such a girl around until you are E. F. Carter, Cloverport, Ky. perfectly satisfied, then nail her. Way to Success. Power Is the goal of every ambition and only weakness from Imitation or dependence ers, says a writer In Success. Is anil Mrs S. E Wilson and faioil) BOtorad to Harned SuniUy and were quests of Mr. Wilson's eouiin, Mr-- . Thov m t ulso II rs B'rauk Compton Tom Brown a forme! resident of ill: c:ty who sajsshe is well aud lines to live in H ..rued. L. C. TAUL lnsurar.ee Office AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quic Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Insurance. Old Reliable worthy comes on oth- Power We cannot Increase the strength of our inns, i, s by sitting In a gymnasium and letting another exercise for us. Nothing else so destroys the power to stand alone as the habit of leaning upon others. If you leun you never will be strong or original. Stand alone or bury your ambition to be somebody In the world. The man who tries to give his children a start In the world so thut they will not have so hard u time as he had Is unknowingly bringing disaster upon them. What he calls giving them a start probably will give them a In the world. Young people need all the motive power they cun get. They are naturally leaners, Imitators, copiers, and It Is easy for them to develop Into echoes or imitations. They will not walk alone while you furnish crutches; they will lean upon you Just as long as you will let them. One of the greatest delusions that a human being could evir huve Is thut he is permanently benefited by continued assistance from others. set-bu- i'eculiar Pronunciation. The pronunciation of BnKllsh proper names Is established arbitrarily and independent of ordinary rules. In England they pronounce the name of the poet Cowper, Cooper; that of Lord Oockburn, a former chief Justice, ; that of Earl Cholmondeley, an English general and poet, Chumiy. Marjorihanks is pronounced Murch-bankCo-bu- Companies V Henry Trent wm II. W. Trent 4 :P.!L Dalt k narainsDurg Livery 9 und Bolingbroke Is Bulllng-broo- The name of Hawarden custle, where Gludstone died, Is pronounced Hitrtlen, and that of 'olonel St. Leger, who srrved In the revolutionary war, is pronounced Sllljer. W;ien Letter! Were a Luxury. In our modern speed of railroad truvfci, and the consequent facilities In ll. transmission of uiail mutter all over the civilized world, It Is well cnoi&h to look back to the time when lettw writing was a luxury Indulged In qnly by u few, and communication between friends ut n distance well nigh In its first applicaan Impossibility. tion the word "post" meant a courier or carrier of message. Livery, Feed and i 974 fflUH Sale Stable Hardinsburg, I Ky ilMMlMSWMSJMSWMSNSaW dollars per aet. Alao rash Silver and broken Jewelry Cht-i'lsi in liy rtturn mall Uooda held IU days for aender's approval if our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 s 5th St., 1'hlladelpbla, Pa. W pay up to for I'M ., .1.1 15 OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN INSURED? Let Are vou tftiTC K u US handle Now is the time to Subscribe INSURANCE. IT IS SAD TO SEE YOUR PROPERTY DESTROYED BUT IT IS A GREAT SATISGACTI0N 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. Miner Live Long. urday shopping. You want to get in touch with Paul Compton County Chairman of the War Savings Stamps and the Drive that is to come in June. Mr. aad Mrs. Sam Berry and children Paul Edward, Robert and Helen atwedding in tended the Crist-Co- ok Louisville Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Raffo Winchell, Hard. It Is an extraordinary fuct that even when deaths from accident are included, the rate of mortality among miners of Great Brituln la materially lower than that among any other big class of labor, except agriculturists, and up preclably lower than the averuge rate of mortality among males. This fact wus discovered by Doctor Tuthum, while acting as superintendent of statistics In the .Hi. of the registrar general. Doctor Tatham points out that while the risk of fatal accidents among the coal miners Is much greuter than among other males generally, their risk of death by disease is much lower, being 16.0 per cent less than all occupied males, and 23.2 per cent less than that of all mules. While coal miners appear to suffer more than the average mortality from bronchitis, they show marked Immunity from consumption, their mortality from that disease being less than half the averuge. From diseases of the nervous system their mortality Is 18 per cent lower; heart disease, 10 per cent lower, and from disease of the liver, 10 per cent lower than among all male. 1 iVlwlU ii "Have you ever beeu tutroUuced to Mlts-- PAUL COMPTON All Kindts of IiiNiiriiiice Wrillt'u TIME IS MONEY If you bad a dollar for every minute you have lost on accouut of that watch of yours losing time, you, im doubt, would be as rich as Croesus, A man who can repair watches satisfactorily ia Hardiiisburg, CORN WHEAT EAT : : Konl ucky FRIJDtAY MUAJ Ulch?" No, but our eyes huve met." Thos. Ode wait Railroad Witel litpietor Cliwrpurt, I). II Order. Sua r When you have batkaihc thehver ur kid- are sure to be out of gear. Try San ol, it due wonders for the liver, kidiieyi aud bladder. A trial 00c bottle will commie you it at the drug store. ny V HEAT LESS OUtflAJMljtU care nm Receive Prompt Attention sajtjd m saiAtviA! tmm JAA HMtUnHf WiQmL Try a "Want Ad." I Long Live Were hnnl nnil did cruel thing. "And thi-- the crown prhii't will In" a king." nobby ratietii. "If I wrre n n The King By HART ROBERTS RINEflART rnprf tht, 1HT, Coprtitfht, 1'7, Th RMcw.it Mnry llnb-r- "Maybe she's one of like n cat. them," he reflected aloud. "Oh, for CMTl sake, hush!" cried IVpy. and fell to knitting ratldly. Nor could Hobby elicit anything former from her. Hut that nK'ht, In his sledn, he saw n crown prince, dressed In velvet and ermine, being surrounded and atlueked by an army of cats, and to crawl Into his went, shivering, mother's bed. CHAPTER X. l Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm Glon Dean. Ky. I. I RDIHTSOi. Meat Directory of THE , HOWARD ,, HOWARD SON. FARMS Prop. '"inpinT Hinubait And lie felt a What could have bo1 Was tiM " m id. after all, only a place of traaMtl IJllt now RUM food faftBM, and. like evil, it eama not singly. The operation was over, and his daughter on the mend. The fee was paid also. And the accood followed ob the bsaia Of the first. He did not like Americana, Too Often, ill hotter days, bl ha h Rrd the merits (,f ti Aaertcan republic cmb pured with the nhoiteoiiiiin;s nl' his own lorernment When, aa happened now ami then, he met the AttSftCM family on the ataircaae, he du-"If I Were a King I'd Make People sharply aside that no toajcb of Stand Around." nih.-h- t contatnlaate his unimake people stand around. king, I form. grandOn that day, howeviT, things But has the crown prince only a father, and no father?" changed. "He (Ped the hoy's father lie was First of all. ho met the American murdered, and the princess his mother lad in the hallway, and was phased to see hi in dot his hit at u cup. Nut also." Hobby's eyes opened wide, "Who many, nowadays, uncovered a head to bill. Tin' American lad was going did it?" "Tonori-is,- said old Adalbert And down; AdVlbert was climbing, one ata at a time, and carrying a small basket would not be persuaded to say more. That Bight at dinner Hobby Thorpe of pmvlalona. Tie American hoy. ha Ting passed, delivered himself of quile a speech. tun. hesitated, went back. "I'd He sat at the table, and now and then, governess looked IHfe to carry thai for you, if you don't when the . T V,, ...1 " at her plate, he dipped a Ml of food to his dog, which waited be Ida biat, "Carry it?" "There's a very nice old man up"I am very strong," said the Ameri-custairs," lie said. "He has u line sword, li utijr. So Adalbert gave up his basket, and and ring doves, and a wooden leg. the two went Bp, l our long Olghtfl And la- gsad To rent opera giaaaaa to of stone stairs '! i.i Adalbert'! room. the crown prince, only he turned them around, I'm going to try that with Sftta ascent took time and patience, At tic door Adelberi nanasd Then, yours, mother. We hud sausage toir, e, iniiujj loneliness prejudice. gether, and he has lost hi! position, and he's never been on the BfWIlla "Come in," lie said. The i.are Uttla room appealed to the railway, father. I'd like some tickets boy. "It'a rery nice, isn't be for him. Ha Weald like riding. I'm sun', because walking must he pretty aid. "There's nothing to fall over." "And hut Uttla to sit on," old Adei-ber- t hard. Aad what I want to know Is addi d dryly, "However, two peo- this: Why can't you"glve him a job, ple require hut two chairs. Hero la father 1" "What sort of a job, son? A man one." liut the boy would not .sit down. with one leg!" "lie doeant need Igsj to chop He nnged ti.i roeai. frankly curious. BBBJBSimed al tlie pair of ring dove tickets with." The governess listened, Slip did not who lived in a bog lied to i.ie artndow sill, and asked for crumbs for them. like Americana, Barbarians they were, Adelhert brought bread from Ins in all and these were of the middle class, being In trade. SVJr a scenic railway store. The hoy cheered him. His Interest is Hade, naturally. Kxeept that they in the aid .saber, the iiiten.ness with paid u Pit salary, with an extra month which he listened to lis history, the ut Christmas, she Would not he there. "He means the old soldier upstairs," politeness with which he Ignored his host's InAnalty, all won the old man's said Bobby's mother softly. She was u gentle person, ller eyes were wide heart. These Anierieans downsiairs were and childlike, und it wus a sort of renot all bad, then. They areas loo rich, ligion of i he fumiiy lo keep them full of happiness. t of course. .So one should have This also the governess could not lime-- ; a day, as iho meal BelTer three reported they did. And thaj were pay-lu- g understand. "So the old soldier Is out of work," double rent for the upiirluieut below. But that, of course, they could mused the head of the family. Head, not avoid, noi knowing the real charge. thought the governess! When they The boy was frankly delighted. And Wound him about their lingers! She In her When old Adelhert brought forth from liked men of sterner staff. his basket a BBVJaagS and, boiling It mountain country the men did as they heat their lightly, served hiui a slice between tWC wished, and sometimes pieces of bread, an odd Mandahlp wives by way of showing their authority. Under no drcumstsnces, she f . was bagllll that was to have mitore-Beocons, .queuces. They had broken would this young man ever beat hid wife, lie was a weakling. breud together, The weakling smiled across the Gradually, over the meal, and the table at the wife with the soft eyes. pigeons, and what not, old Adelhert "How about It, mother?" he asked. unburdened his heart. He told of his "Shall the firm of 'Bobby and I' oiler years at the opera, when- he had kepi him a Job?" his glasses cleuu uiid listened to l lie "I would like It very much," said the music until he knew by heart even the Weakling! wife, dropping her eyes to most diUleult puHsages. He told of the hide the pride In them. crown prince, who always wished "Suppose," said the weakling, "thnt operu glasses, not hstMM ho ueeih-you run up utter dinner, Hob, and them, but because he liked to turn bring him down. Now sit still, young tiiem wrong end before, aud thus mski-th- man, and Mulsh. There's no such hurry audience appear ut a great as thut." And then he told of the hw.sj And in this fashion did old Adalbert of Ids position. become ticket chopper of the American The American Md listened politely, BceniC Hallway. hut ids mind was on the crown prince, And In this fashion, loo, commenced "Hoes he wear a crown?" he dethut odd Mandahlp between him and om a in a manded. "I saw him l he American lad that was to have but I think he hud u hut. When so vital an effeet on the very life it- Will he be a king?" self of the OTOWB I'lince Ferdinand "When the old king dies, lie Is William otto of Livonia, very old now. I was in u hospital I. ate that evening, old Adelhert 's once, after a bntlle. And he came in. problem inning been solved, ivpv the He put his band on my shoulder, like maid and Hobby bad a loag lull:. IVpy this" he 111 antra tad it an tba child's sat in tt low chair by Iho lllid siove small one "und Said " Consider- in the kitchen, and Lull ted u stovklng ing that old Adalbert no longer loved with a wry large foot. his king, it la strange to record that "What want to l.uow is this," said his voice broke. Bobby, swinging bis legs on tio tablo: "Will he die Hobby put in. "What an- tin- - terrorists?" He fouud kings us intieh of a goveity IVpy dropped her knitting, and as to Prime Ferdinand Willlum Otto Blared with tpei mouth. "What know they were the usual thing. you of such things?" she deinunded. "Who knows' P.ul when he dies, "Will, terrorists killed the crown the city will learn at once. The greul prince's father, und " bell of the cathedral, which never (Juite suddenly IVpy leaped from her rings save at such times, will toll. hair, und covered Hobby's mouth with They say it la a sound never to be her hand. "Hush !" she said, and forgotten. I, of course, have never stared about her with frightened ey s. heurd It. When It tolls, ull In the city Theu, In u whisper: "Ttiey are everywill fall on their knees and pruy. It where. No one knows who they are, la the custom." nor where they meet. I myself," atis Bobby, reured to strict I'reshyterlun-Iswent on Impressively, "crossing the and accustomed to kneeling but place one night late, after spending once a day, and thut at night beside the evening with a friend, saw a Une kls bed, In the etrict privacy of his of eats moving In tho shadow. One oh n upni tineut, looked rather startled. of theui stopiel and looked at me." l'epy crossed herself. "It had a face "What will they pray fort' he said. like the Frauleln lu there." And old Adelhert, with a new bitter-seBobby stared with interest through replied that the sons of klugs they UuoorwBjf. Tti'' auvenies dllLooi geeed lauch W!ih t wny Ii Bounded siuistiT. Old Adalbert hrnvy bearted, tuimd imj mid cliinin d again to tfes .street. That I taelused, s t. pang of imeiisin, hnpix ned tO the '. ivimli-licnnis- I -- sour-lace- d n i.', - i tf nu-u- . u - e ear-Hug- 1 - e, Where Civilization Started. The lacustral settlements were plan s of refuge for a pustoral und fect Pleading fatigue, she dismissed her agricultural people und the light und dwellmaid and locked the doors. Then she dryness that chaiaeterized the ings show a step In advance towurd opened the sliding panel, and unfaspetened the sufe. The roll of film was more permanent abodes. In this riod science places the beginning of In her hand, ready to he deposited un der the false bottom of her Jewel case. civilization. By these lucuKtrlue men spinning Within the security of her room, Agriculthe countess felt at ease. She even and weaving were Invented. ; sang u little, a hit of a ballad from her ture was born among them uulnuils were domesticated the ox, the cow, native mountains. The the sheep, the gout, the dog. Still singing, she carried the jewel uses of metal were discovered and the case to her tuhle, and sat down be- Bjfja of Iron was ushered in. fore it. Then she put u hand to her Habitations similar to these still exthroat. ist In the Kast Indies and among the The lock had been forced. They American tribes of Maraculbo. A glance about showed her that her existed also in Lake Praslas, in In the tray code book was gone. Thrace, during the time of Herodotus, above, hw jewels remained untouched ; the Greek historian. s her j.. ail collar, the diamond the archduchess had given her on suovesslve Christ muses, even a NOTICE. handful of gold coins, all were safe enough. Hut the code book wus gone. Then Indeed did the countess look To Holders of Bonds Against Breckinridge County., Ky. death lu Hie fuci. und found It terrible. For a moment she could not so Notice is hereby given that at the much us stand without support. It was then that she saw a paper folded last regular term of the BreckinumWr her Jewels und took it out Willi ridge County FufcCS Court, and orshaking fingers. In flue, copperplate der was entered dircting the Treasscript she reud: urer of Ureckinridge County, KenMadame- - Tonight at one o'clock a cloied tucky, to advertise for all outstandflucru will await you In the Street of the ing bonds now held against said Wise Virgins, near the church. You will county, which are past due. And In It, without fail, to wherever It lakes so the Treasurer of said County is orywti. (Signed) The Committee of Ten. dered and directed to refund, or thing renew all of such bonds by taking The committee of ten! This had happened to her. Then it was in and destroying the old ones and true that the half mythical coinmlitoo issuing a series of new bonds in of ten existed, that this terror of IsV their place and stead. vonla w as a reul terror, which had her Renewal bonds will bear live per by the throat. For there was no es- in from four to five years. cape. None. Now Indeed she knew All holders of such bonds will that rumor spoke the truth, and that please present same to the Count the terrorists were everywhere. In daylight they had entered her room. Court Clerk or the undersigned County, They had known of the sufe, known Treasurer of Breckinridge Known how ininb clsoV on or before June ist, 1018, after of the code. Wild Ideas of flight crossed her which date all interest on mkIi bonds mind, to be us Instantly abandoned for will cease. Where it is no,' c.uwenient for the their futility. Where could she go that they would not follow her? bond holder to present bonds for When she had reacted from her first renewal it is suggested that he may shock she fell to ponderiug the mut- send same to either of the banks in ter, pro and con. What could they Hardinsburg, Ky., who will act as waut of her? If she wus an enemy to his agent in making the transfer iho country, so wore they. Bui even Paul Compton, that led uowhere, for after ull. the Treasurer of Breckinridge Counterrorists were not enemies to Livonia. Tlpy rlalno.l l aheil to be I's friends ty, Kentucky. knlck-knuck- The Committee of Ten. On the evening of the annual dny of monmlng, the; party returned from the fortress. ThS archduchess slept. The crown prince talked, mostly to lied-wiand even she said little. After a time the silence ulleeled the hoy's high spirits. He leaned hack in his (hair on the deck of the Hunch, and watched the (lying landscape. It was almost dark when the lnnnch arrived at the qttiiy. The nil carpet was still there, and another crowd. Had Mats tAnrdlnand William otto lien less taken Ull With finding 0M of his kid gloves, which he had lost, he would have noticed that there was a scuffle going on at the very edge of the red carpel, and that the beggar of the morning was being led away, between two policemen, while a third, running up the river hank, gingerly deposited a small round object in the water, and stood hack. It was merely one of the small Incidents of a royal outing, nnd was never published In the papers. Hilt Father Orcgory, whose old eyesi were far sighted, had the hand of the Been it all. Ills hand church was on the shoulder of the crown prince as they landed. The boy looked around for the little girl of the bouquet, lie took an iin-- ! tense Interest lu little girls, partly bacaa e he BetdOMI saw any. But she was gown When the motor which hud taken them from the quay reached the pal-- j ace, lladwlg roused the archduchess, WHOM head had dropped forward on liar chest. "Hera we are, mother," she said. "Tog bare had a nice sleep." But Annunctuta muttered .something about being glad the wretched day was over, and every one save Maes Ferdinand Wiioam OttO seemed glad to get buck. The boy was depressed. He felt, gaggahoWi that they should have enjoyed It, and that, having m iS andbred it, they had failed him again. The countess, having left her royal mistress in the hands of her maids, went to her own apartment She WU not gnrprised, ou looking Into her mir- ror, to ftnd b melt haggard und worn. It had ,bcen a terrible day. (July a sccand hud separated t'aal gaping lens In her bug from thS eye of fee ojlicers bout. Never, In :in adventurous life, Dad she fell so near to death. Evc-now Its cold breath chilled hi r. However, that was over, well over. She lu,d done well, loo. A dozen pic- Uvea of the lottteas, of its guns, of even Its mine Chart as it hung on a Wall, were in the bag. Its secrets, so securely held, were hers, and would be Karl's. It was u cunningly devised scheme. Two bags, exactly alike as to appear- ance, had been made, tine, Which she carried daily, was what it appeared to be. The other contained a camera, liny but accurate, with a fine lens. When a knob of the fastening was pressed, the watch slid aside and the Shutter snapped. The pictures when enlarged had proved themselves perg, : l Polled Durham Cattle. oienDoan. kv. Poland' China Hogs. Short Horn foiled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Catt(e Duroc Jersey Hogs Rave won 1000 Rlbboni at State Pairs 'list I'ivc Years 1 Shorthorn Cattle Du roc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Cjlefl Dean, - K.V. 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In this dread presence, then, sho would fled herself that night! For she would go. Tberi was no wuy out. The countess rcng for her muJd. She was cool enough now, and wlille, with a cruel line ubout her mouth that Minna knew well. She went to the door Into the corridor, and locked It. Then sho turned on the muid. "I niiir'iidy for gMfc, fHBt in bold In their hands Its future nnd Its betterment. Kuctnles of the royal In mse they were, of course. She vis nearly distracted by that lime. She vhh h leave WtMMB, physically und mentally of hard liber, but the very name signed to the papQf fet It WM the her nerves to twitching. committee of fen which hr-.- murdered PriOfe Hubert nnd his youn wife; the At Reasonable Prices Write or Phone for Samples and Prices Johnson County White, Boone County White Yellow Dent and other standard early maturing varieties. Tests made by County Agents and Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Germination 90 per cent or better. 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