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JUN Pages No. 49 The Farmers of Breckinridge County Will Begin Next Week to Harvest the Largest Wheat Crop Ever Grown in The County SUDDEN HAD At DEATH OF HOW ENEMY WON DEAN FINDS BROTHER DEAJ GOOD MEETING 1. Farmer. ELI AT ST. QUENTIN Captured British Colonel Gives Description of Fight. ESCAPES AFTER SIX HOURS u mmm C(MS Cativs VIA in GIRL Of Soldier Hears Kin's Name Read at Military Burial. Was as Pallbearer to Slain Trooper Had Met the Day Be- fore in Picardy.' Acting GERMANY ABUSED Clctiies and Shoos Taken From fJlen in West Prussia; Huts Unfit to Live In. MOSCOW DIES Ethel-ber- t McQuady Last Saturday. Mr. Prominent Citizen of Breckin Meriman Missed His Appointridge County and a Resident of Glen Dean. ment But Will be on Hand tne Prosperous Tuberculosis. Thomas of Miss Irvington 18 Host of 21. Work. Union Doing Excellent On last Saturday the members of the Farmers Union held an interesting meeting at McQuudy, Ky. The tnem-Der- s were keenly dissapointed in not i aving Mr. Meriman who had an appointment with them on that day but on account of missing his train he fail ed to be on hand tiowever he is booked for June II, and will deliver his lecture which wii be illustrated with moving pictures. This L'nrwn is one of the liveliest and most productive organiz Uions in Breck- nri:e con tit v. 1 he members are rmers who are strictly up in te and practicing them. They are enthusiastic in their work, they listen, net, woik and cooperate with one another and by so doing they accomplish things. The Union i, fortunate iu having a capable leader such as Rev. J. P. Knne who believes in doing things. Hi tells hi.s followers what the fanners of other counties are iloing mid he has so inspir-e- d methods them to believe th.it they cm do in Breekimi;!ge just as much as other farmers do in their counties. It l a real inspiration not only to farmers but to any who miv be interested m f irming to bs present at one of the:;e HreckenridHe News office is in Chicago pa sent tune taking a ten days Vourse in the school of linotype couiposi. ion at the Mergeuthaler Linotype Company's branch office iu that city. One of these machines, a Model I4, hrs recently lieeu installed iu our office and it was expedient that our foreman attend this school of instruction in order to be able to run the machine. On account of his absence, much of this week's copy hail to be omuiitted. espeHowever it cially the correspondents. is hoped by next week, things will be running as usual. ,,t the irds the registration of the .1women A case of mistaken identity came the count has been postpoueo. causing a tragedy at thai Registration cards Will oe se,u. I u. very near Mon I i: ... SOOU its me , famous restaurant, Dclmonic l day morning. A hungry kmk'' arrive Irons W.is'uiwio.i. traveling man came into the restauWatch fur the CWH ana .ci rant. The proprietor, Jo'i.t Wciscn l Kr register. woman over In yean In a few berg, had just stepped oil' Mrs Nannie Wathen. Woman's moments John barber stepp&J l Registration Chairman of About tlx of us guya shoute I "Xioo.i Division of Council of Defense. inoriiing. John. Of course the drum mer thought l'arber was the pioprie-to- r Enlists in the Navy. e collared him and says: ao "Say Mr. Weisenbcrg, I .1111 as h.in MaArthur Terry Couch. ou of Rev. A. gry as an Advance Threshing N. Couch and Mrs. Couch of this city chine, could you fix 111c up .1 liincn Farber. giving enlisted in the Nsej and has left for right the r.reat Lakes N.iv.d Training Sta Ifini the once over, squared himself Mr. Couch was employed in and said: "My friend, if you wasn't tion Wedding's Drug Store and is a popular a stranger in this town I would ha.c you interned for the period of the aiember of the younger set. The drummer went out war." Rev. Couch bas another son in service, Edward Couch who is through the transonm over the door; railroad am ploy ee at Ravenna, Ky., l'rcarber ran down to Mutt Boh-ler'- s Mr, Hugh Gabert Barber Shop to look into the and his la draughting engineer at Washington, mirror to see if he did look like Last Sunday we spent the D. V. day with Gussie, Ruth, Ambrose, and Lewis O'llryan ataVTuhiusport, nd , An Explanation. and say, the way we put away the strawberries and cake was a sin to Mr. W. A. RofT, foreman of The Hoover! Ambrose seems to be hapV , . . meetings. Tne B: 'eekeurldg News wishes thut funeral. every in the county bad just such an or'gaois ttion, with a leader CARTER'S LANDING like Kev Knu . Leadership is now It takes leul the key note of succ-.sLast Saturday as we went gswkteg rslii) to win iu this war and it takes up Main street, Clovcrport, we met vi n in (arming Uro. Couch, of the Baptist clvirch. He extended his lind with t00$ikl op Glen Dean. kiyit hil face that never wci'.t.ft and sa .1. ...... ,1.,.,,, Ii.t.. , Rale an faun. V"WfTr on a tine day Tike t his r Why are you located at Glen Dean, for not on the farm manufacturing bisDr Hale e of his profession cuits to shoot the Huns with?" We that community wen reto'ii explained that wc had a little war of lie a good physician, our own. The chills had declared Dr Dempster s office. war on uc. Had been down to Drs. Clark and Wedding getting some tration of Women hand grenade! loaded with quinine to Postponed. bombard them with. The doc tori advised us to turn on the gas if the wasn't bitter enough for I il... orpiunl itf ipiinine t.. C.'en Djan, June X (Special) Mr. Eli Huston Dean, a prosperous r.d well known farmer of Breckinridge county, died very suddenly at his late home at this place on Wednesday May 29. A few hours before his death Mr. Dean was out overseeing the work of his farm, as he was not feeling well he returned to his home and shortly after reaching there he succumbed betore medical attention could be given him. years old' Mr. Dean was seventy-twand spent all of his life in Breckinridge county, the place of his nativitv. He was married to Miss Lucy Fisher, who precte.ltd him in death five years ago. and to this union three children were born and all of them survive. They are Mrs. J. M. Howard, Glen Dean: j Mrs. Aden Fierce, Ludlow, Kv.; and Mr. James H. Dean. (Jlen Dean. The latter with his wife ma le their home with Mr. Dean. Mr. Dean wis was an active member! of the Glen Deau B ipti-- l church and was a trustee of th. church tor a num-- ' br of years. The funeral service was held the following Thursday be:ug conducted Many hmdsotne bv Kev J. K Mepg. ll ral off .rings w. re sent to family and a large concourse of iriends In m Fords-villand Hardinsburg where tie de CSSied was w 11 known, attended the o e lb oe-la- m them. "J now nble fnlrly ! TsUaJalj to rnotl struct Its opening stupes. One- of the most valuable atOliet is that supplied by colonel, acting brigadier, who v.ns temporarily token prisoner nad hud the unique experience of watcb-ing the UeiluaS advance from the'Ger-ninside for n period of more tlinn six hours. Ueneral UOOgn, who wns In commend of the Fifth nrmy, wns relieved s nn unseccessfal of this command general, but subsequent informnllon nbout the battle does not show that nny specific charges cun be brought ngalnst him. From the fiicts now known It Is not that the Fifth army frilled to hold the Oermnns, but that they were nble to resist ns they did. Itenr The men fought like lions. guiirds died where Ihey stood to snve the rest of their comrades, nnd the retreat this nrmy iieeonipllslied hits been described ns n "miracle." Line Held Lightly in Men. For reasons which ore not disclosed the line of the Fifth nrmy was lightly held In men, hut stromrly In every artlfiea at modern defense. It wns the mechanical part of the defense which failed or, rather, wns neutralized at the crucial moment. It Is not pitfslble to go Into very great detail, but the most serious of the minor breaks which occurred nnd the one which developed Into the most menacing. VTM that In the neighborhood of St. Quentin. It wns through HUa principally thai the Oeraiaa forces poured. A few divisions of local reserves were thrown in, but these were soon mopped up In the lighting with superior German forces. In the reports of the battle it will be noted that the reserves CUM to the rescue of the retreating Fifth army. This was tint a chance happening decided upon lifter the battle began. The battle dispositions o. the allied armies provided general res rves for the Fifth army. In point of fact, these re an forceinetits were delayed in coming up, which makes the work done and the retrani of the Fifth army all the more 11 n With the American Army in France. June S. One of the most pathetic lt stances of the war, so Far km America, Acting Brigadier General Held Behind is concerned, occurred in a little cam German Line Says Mist Defeated etery to the Paatf of the I'iearily front the British Fifth Army Knocks VieeMly, when an American soldier acting ns pall-b-e Paf at the funeral of Down Two Teuton Guards nd several Americana, discovered Ills own Then Makes his Way to English .brother, Joseph Ash. mnong the dead. The brothers, members of different I compaalea, had met only the day beIt wns the British Fifth army which fore at the front. Joseph remained let the Oermnns through toward Amiy- here and was leortnlly w ounded. I'm- 1 time the facts wen' someens. lag oon afterward. Mis brother was what obscure. Much new material has ordered to the rear lines with a party been collecled. and the authorities are of w oodchop; ,ers. - Years Old. Friends. Had a Lined Up for Hun Insults-Stripof Their Clothing, and Hungry Consul Visits Are Rare. Fifty-seven ped Pen-nilcs- a The woodehoppers were Working near the cemetery nt the time of the funeral ami the chaplain asked Iksan to be pallbearers, in the midst o( the service the chaplain read the name of Joseph Ash. The brother, who stood with bared hand In the small ! Washington) June .'(. disunities iii the American expedltlon-nrforces were announced by the war rieia it meat, divided as follows: Three kilbil In action; six died of wounds; ten of disease; one killed in 1111 : ne accident: seventeen wounded severely; lift ell wounded slightly, and nine more reported ns missing in noy nir-pl- tion. ! Villi the American Army Tl returned fn tu Qermnny. has made statement at Moscow, which Is now ::. lllaMe here, to the effect that brother!" not The chaplain, iinderslandiiig. he saw American prisoners of war in stepped up and placed his a I'M around a creirp mi Tttehet, West Prussia, nnd the young man's shoulder, saying: "We th it they asked.hlu to let it be known thtlt they were being treated brutally. tire all brothers, my boy." prisoners said they trere btragry The soldier looked at the coffin ami shook his bend. "The Germans will nnd penniless, Wis ti (he American derived at the pay for ySW blood, Joe," he salt), and then It was that the chaplain and en:r. Recording to this nccnonst the f! mums removed nil their clothes, I, and the others around him inulerst o Tb y were paetlcttlarty they led him nway. anxious : 111 mourners, reeled forward, his eyes Sited with rears, anil "My brother; v exclaimed Oh, grOttO of soldier war. When the brigadier had watched for some time In admiration, ns he admits, the silent clockwork advance of the Germane he began to consider what a pity it was si such crisis man should remain that an ill forced idleness. He was being marched off by n couple (!ermans, of nietllum-slzewhom he banged an the head at a They nnd othpropitious moment. ers were up nnd after him In n moment. Hut he decided to make a dash for liberty. His eye at that mnineiit lit upon a biasing (lump which he made fori knowing tne Oernmni would not dare to follow. By good kseh the dump did not explode while he was near, and he subsequently found his way back to his own fines. 11 ahlc-hodic 1 d Interesting Announcements. Mr. and Mr... David Sinnclil' of RlveiidS H'ive, New York City atf the rec ipiruts of many cougrHiutatloa on the ariival of thtir first g- - mdeMM, l '.eorge Lamar lor.es. horn May U till and the son ot r. and Mrs (leorgr Obie Jones o 373 West End Ave., New remarkable. break-through York Cll ,!,-l- . nt It wns between the by General Yon llntier ,,t SI. Ouentin nnd the urrlvnl of tieit the nandesertpt forces of en gineers and laborers collected by Brig. !en. Bandentan Carey saved the line. Secret of German Success. The secret of the (kfMI SttCCeei against the Fifth army wus the extraordinarily heuvy mist which developed on the morning of the strack, The British knew the attack was In preparation, and in anticipation of It had developed a most elaborate sys4range tem of traps and cross-firit'll si, which were considered to shatter any advance by the enemy. What perhaps the British did not xuct moment when the know wns tl attack would be delivered, and what the) could not foresee was the extraordinary weather conditions which prevailed. The Hrltlsh Hue of defense consisted first of all of a line of outposts; Inpy in his new home. Not ao with side of this was the carefully sighted Lewis, he made a remark while we betOC .one. nt the boundary of which was the line of resistanc e. What hapwere viewing thefarm down on the pened on the day of the attack was river front that led us to believe he that the QeranHM effected a surprise wasn't. He waved his hand toward by advancing right up to the outposts wit hop t being seen and by terrific the beautiful home of Victor Haguian weight of numbers rushed the buttle and said: "That man has the pret- zone Iu winch ihe carefully planned which was to wither up the tiest crops I've saw." Ruth O'Hryan cross-firenemy forces Could not be used to efseems to be happy, but we noticed fect on iiccount of the blinding mist. that she talks in her sleep about the The personal story of the brigadier who was captured "cruel war." temporarily by the aermans is probJoe M nlli.it t Jr. ably oiie. of the most thrilling, of the 1 away-quick? e t stilll-etee sbove-meiitlon11 Mrs Joins bt fore her marriage w. s M Ml" ' ;" l! ' Pl-- ntl) remembered in Clovirpo where sh fa merit ived with her jarents. ooo Mr. Snt! Mia. K. I.. McDonald, of Terrs ea Park, IanlsvUle nannaaceiha arrival of a litis baby boy who was born Mm 11. His grandparents, Mr. mil Mrs. Koscoe llavis, Lccust Hill, Inride couoiv An:. 1, iSjJi llele.tvs Kv., irs elated over this, iheir first a vvjfe a"d fvo iught rs, Mrs Oorgt'a grandchild sad hnvs received numerous Ann Tnttker and Mrs lames Baedei . c mgt atulittious. He W s buried it the old home vrav.-yanl on A. W. Galloway's farm. The Returned From Texas. funeral was DO ad acted by kev. W. L. Baker. Mrs Brttse! Robertson, of (lien Deea who with her neice. Miss Blttota Robert-soNotice. have returned from Texas where they were guests of Rev, I). It. Clapp The mad route from Clover port to and Mis Clapp lot foin weeks They were accompanied home by Rev, and PfgS llanc ck county his baeu discon-tlancNo one at Freo would agree Mrs Clapp'l three chililieu, Misses Mary anil Maltha Clapp and Robert to act as postmaster. Clapp. Kev. K. L. Brufoctiaa 4 o'clock. had charge of the solemn ceremony. xhm ...t,h ...... and covered with a prolusion of beautiful flowers, offerings oi rel and friends. The foil iwi'lg Tung men acted as pall be .rers-TLwis Bennett Moremen, .lack Hoard Don Lyddan, Ivnssdl Ashcraft, Will- hun Henry Cowley and Will e Cain. Imnrediatiiy fstsrward in line came eight young jrirls, schoolmates of Miss Evelyn Brimlette, 1st the American's shoes. They told LorenaThomas: Veil Reeves, firamlctte, Kuby the prisoners they should net wear ear-Haynes Hook. Virginia Head, Klia-bet- h tl v clothing nnd shoes while worl;-InHandy. Nt lie Adkins and Klia-betnnd that their property wonld be Hook. tfthi u care of until their return to The interment took place at Cedar Atn rlea. The Russlsn said, however, thai "every one knows Mail Unit Hill cemetery. We extend heartfelt moana." Sympathy to the bereaved ones. Prcm Tar? Consul. A (nistil. the Rnealan was not sure whether he was a Swiss or n gpanlafd, DROPS DEAD WHILE vbdtsd the Camp, Cmnplalnl KSja made to him by th" Americans nbd lb"(r in-riot hps wire retttrned, but as th TENDING GARDEN 'tl seldom visited the camp the f!er- rmum hnd opportunity to seacttes many Injinllcag. The RtjMgM Mid that eight Ameri- Mrs. Lodie Thompson Age 71 cans who were en pt tired several 'Months ago reached the camp nt mM-In- , Called Home Thursday Mornatitl being very hungry, askffd for ing. Burial in Cloverporl heend. They were told bread was distributed n:'!y Iii the morning. They . emetery were'plneed ill a but with ItttSSlnSS after being forced to stand In sipiare, Mis. I,oi!ie Thompson, who was 71 where flermans were given nn opportsars of afcc list beptember and it tunity to Insult them. ipparsnUV good Health, without warn-IllHuts Unfit for Habitation. The huts in which the AineiieiinV was called to answer Ihe tiual sum-n- e are HvtaC the Russian said, are damp, lis Tbttrsdaj morning while she w.-- . cold and unfit for habitation. Some doing seme work in her garden. of the Americans became in. Two of Mrs. Thompson lived near this city them were In a hospital. They had an with kef daughter, Mrs. Hcrnand who opportunity there to talk wi'h the found her mo. her dead, iiug on her and It wus through them that he hiitl obtained Information on which his back with her arms over her head. The funeral was held Friday uiorntQK statement Is based. anil Ihe interment loos place iu th Cloverporl cemetery. Aged Man Departed This Lite. The dtceasel is survived by twt daughters, Mr.,. Her nnd and Miss Alleu Tucker, an old citizen of this cKatiuie Thompson. community did St his home near town S intiay 1, of tuberculosis nttl e Administrator's Notice. a.se of Sj ear.. He was !i r In Bresb. e. ntly - ".A In Prance, Irvington. Ky. May 37. (Special) Miss Elisabeth Thomas, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. I'om Thomas, died last Wednesday afternnoa after a lingering illness of tuberculosis. Miss Thomai was only eighteen years of age. was an unusually bright girl and was a patient suffc re r. Death w us not unexpected hut the bereaved parents arc almost prostrated with grid'. She professed faith in Christ about two years ago. Her death brings anguish to many hearts. The reaper has called, the idol is gone and only MeSSCj memories of her beautiful young liic remains to her loved ones. The funeral ci vicc was con- ducted at the Cnmherfead Presby terian Church, Thursday afternoon, Rnashtn prisoner, who re - fat ,t.. ,( i p 11 g fl Vi-i- t3 M 11 y Hus-sla- n uf i I Ail persons Having claims againit the estate of B. A. hittinghilt, de ceased, will please tile same with me as administratrix, at tilen Dean, Ky.. and all persona knowing themselves to be indebted to said estate will please call ami s, ttle atne. Coral R. Whittinghill, Admx Glen Dean, Ky -- Beavin Newman. Commissioner's Notice. Ice Cream and Box Supper. Announcement is made of the marri age of Mis Trc.icv lleaviu and Mr Rich aril Newiuiiu, of Mattiuglv, Ky., married at the Catholic church, el Meyumly on May iS Wii ' There will be an icecream and box All persons having claim- - against supper, at the Skillman school house, S the estate ot the late Ileum on Saturday niht June S for the bane deceased, will present same tu the lit of the Skillman brauch of the lied undersigned Master Commissioner Cross. Skillman has earned a raputa Hank tior. in the pant entei tainmeuts If TQttd at his office iu the banners Huildiiig, iu Hardinsburg, Kentucky, to no community and this one will be on or betoic the first day of July, one of her bsel. Every one l invitsd ioiti. All claims must be proved as to corns out belp in a worthy csuss, required by law. spend a pleeant svening snd renew lbs Lee Walls, liner aaotimenli of mankind. There Master Commissioner, Hreckinridge will be piss snd pies for sale, meet Circuit Court. your friends thers. Important Notice County Food Admiiisti tt,,i R. p, . Cotuploti announces ih.it ever l.uilily .1 llreckenridge cnuiit) w ho now lias Uloi. than a thirty days supply of wheat tloi on hands, should see then Postmaster imincdiittely ami get a copy of the "Flour Pledge," which has lieen appsai ' lhia ccrtiUcalr must be kigned sad turned to Mr. Compters st ones. re- THE PASSING OF A COMRADE ENJOYS BEST AXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX APPETITE SHE HAS EVER HAD Lexington Woman Says Good Health Is Due To Taking Tanlac. Cbaaanlt, 3.1". ppe strivt. I.cxtngton. Ky.. ii rnjoyinaj the licst appetite she ever had in her lite and she says it is due to taking Tanlu-- , the famous system tonic. "My health was v r; p ,r" Mrs 11 las bath 1 SPECIAL BARGAINS Good Heavy Brown Cotton iGocd as Hoosien per yard 20c said." "1 felt weak and m) . . ws L stomach sertned to be in had condition. It just seemed like there was a lump in my stomach and it caused My stoaiacb ine some pain at time-- . felt worse after eating. My appetite was pretty poor slso and I was losing flesh. "DUCK HEAD," "RED DIAMOND" Each $2.00 Overalls and Jackets soldier goes to MM ims i:ist PMttag place mother's heart. Only n few mum rudely carved tkarcoa, When :i r "l Iver There" hit lighting comrades tli.it manly trade wiiii that would t ouch the stones loVMIlM the spot, n Mil RM with his tod his bat, inn tin y sxnrem tender cure that nut stirs. u7$l navyTs m HELP TO BRITAIN Naval ISl "Well, I heard that Tanlac was a good tonic and I started taking it lanlac has givm me the best appetite ever bad anil has taken away all the bad feeling from my Stomach, "I never feel tired any more, either know I'm as well as I ever was. and Weakness is dangerous to heilth. If you arc, not feeling right take Tanlac. the fatuous system tonic, and get your system back in shape. You can I I Good, Heavy, Blue Work Shirts Each 75c 5 HI eJ. JR. STEALS 610 FGfTOE Ket Tanlac at V (riding's Drug Store. WILSON Glen Dean, Ky. V Americans Expert Gives High Praise to for Their Cooperation. Clerk's Wife Populace Duped Officials and Out of Millions of Marks. is helping You can get it at all) good hundreds Iirug Store Rheumatism Try Tanlac khematisiu It .vie American niivnl aid has been nf thp greatest help tn flic British fleet, says Hard, the naval expert, Archibald writing in tin- Pally Telegraph on the HW situation In tb North sen from the leebl Ugge and Or- nil raid, the extension of lirltlsh BlM Held.-- ; mid the generally lncreus- Ing naval prononro agnlnai Oeiatouy. "When the KM is over," lie says "the nation will form some conception of tM extent of the debt which we owe the Amerlenn navy for the man- I10t ner In which it IMM only in connection with the convoy system, hut in fighting the submarines, "If the naval position is Improving today, us it la, it is duo to the fact i!.:it the I'.ritisli and American iteets are working in eloaeet neeord, supported by an Immense body of Skilled workers on both sides of (lie Allniitic, Who nre turning out s::- ivers mid other for dealing a h the submarines as Wei! -' Btlnat lllld bombs. .Mi,.. tUmnmmm m llo n ver tney wnni it. The ftren rtb of th grand fleet has been wall main tained. Some f the tin: m battleships now f tlie 1'nited State! navy v lib us. They nre not only iplendtd fighting ships, nut they nre ,ve ii offl ered and manned If Admiral Beatty were naked his iplnton tbere is no doubt of what he rould my of the value of the aid which be United sinter has given in this The conditions under which tlte Hermans would engage us, therefore, ire It favorable than two years ago." ft L a- in , ATE TOO So a Piyeon IViUCH WHEAT Sold the Whole Flock. Hoeailso of the War, B. D. Zellner of Junction City, Kun, is giving up one of the most unique and profitable Sir, EeHnet for in the city. years lias owned one ol' tic- - biggeat tat,., railing pigeon farms In the squabs for tha Chicago nnd New York markets, where they commanded 91 However, 'lie pigeons would tech. thrive on nothing hut wheat, nnd Mr.' Miner's grain bin ran from $90 to 91 SI) per month. Rather than feed wheat to pigeon, when it is needed so badly for the nines. Mr, Miner Is etootng out Ills bustnr sa and has shipped ana lot of IHH homers to Itoslou liy 'I he cos) of transportation nag 5 cants per pigeon. Fanr-ie:husi-aaaa- Newspapers received nt Amsterdam from Breelnu, Germnny, tell of a ween nn, whose criminal career created a sensation throughout the empire, bo Ing sentenced to six years' impriaon men! for filching millions from the The court in sentencing credulous. the woman sold hrr punishment would have been made mofe severe If If had not been for the fact timt bar dupes were also criminals, expecting to profit by violations of the law. The woman now serving her time Is the wife of an nnible clerk BOS ployed in u municipal departments His Is ioh'a. Tlie woman is forty- "i, years old, but si ill handsome She whs for en of striking figure, years :t regular first nlgbter, She Would appear bedecked With diamonds When her worth i. million marks, daughter was married recently she paid 100,000 marks for her trousseau, wiia the war broke out Mrs. Gohln ranched out as a contractor. At least h" claimed she had war contracts oh- intnc for her by influential Mends, Ob tin strength of these war contract she borrowed money by th" millions. Her 'business" grew in leaps and bounds, siic finally went to Berlin, where she found n dm notion into the Hare the nun. i or of higheti circles. her dupes Increased rapidly. last some of her credttors be- came stmptetons nnd notified the police, tier home was milled end n lot of incriminating evidence wasfoopd- h was proved that the woman had nol only taken money front dupes, but also had bribed a number of ofiVinis to award contracts to her which en-- i b eil her to (lml more dupes. .'Irs. rjohin was found gnllty of frsod hi ii cases, of bribing oflMflM five rases, and id- - of rioiaflan of Hi lottery law. i i i & i REVEALS SPY SYSTEM Berlin AilK TELLS OF SOLDIER'S LIFE IN THE TRENCHES I ' Newspaper Describes Vastness of Hun Efforts. Tells of Army Abroad Living Luxury and Escaping Military Csivice. In One of London. The extraordinary number oi fli i lean "agents" and spies srno are still working .tor the (stheruuad in Bnghind, Prnnee, Spain, the Scandinavian countries and America forms the subject of an Illuminating article In the Berlin Tagebtatt Hen Teodor Wolff has apparently Pershing's Veterans lates His Experiences. FOR THE Re- ALL EAGER FIGHT i GUARDS CHRIST'S EliRTrfPLACE hrltlah Soldier in Write-- ; of His Service Btthlchim. li FARM Looked Strong BOY A GIRL and Was Work. Hired to 11 Last rammer 1 Oardea city, Kan., trong fnrmer met Unn iiverbrook, looklnj; ei;;bleen lad. who job ihroahlgaj wiinted After that was over I. Inn had become so woll liked by the farmer and Ids wife Hint they offered him an all winter Jotf ul $10 week. He accept, d. AH went well until a few rlays airo. when SherllT Oil ltrowu eiiSie to the farm and told Linn: "I know all about y.ui. I. inn confessed, "She" bad was tarun away from home. ken to town ami held tint it some one came for her. Then she was taken back to her Nebraska home. ar-ol11 11 Pram Bethlehem a youthful r.rit-Issoldier a riles to a friend In London : "1 am on gnard at present, and It 1st a grout honor. I can tell you. Hint I am ami manger of guarding the hirthp! our Lord. Il Is a wonderful pip CO, and I never thought when I used tO read about It that OM dajf I diould stand ami nurd it. The Mrthnlaca marked by n 14 pointed silver star, presented by the The stable is French government. bang with lamps from all inherent Countries, and tin y look beautiful and, I might add "they are always slight. The gmngW itself IS eni in natural 10 I;, but i irWf has been put In to keep It In a food stale of picervn-tion.- " : NEW WAY FOR WANDERERS Night Work on Farms. Wartime farming methods used in production KiiKland to bolster up f are to he employed In Lake County, lml and the stillness of the Kankakee valley will soon lie broken by the noise of tractors and the glare of heiidllgbts. John A. Brown, a (Jary and Crown bo Point banker, today announced would employ day ami night forces ranch below Lowell, on bis f r'ully of this will be reserved for corn, with rye supplanting Wheat, The ranch also houses 000 heud of cat-tiI , lyOOO-acro one-hal- County, Lacking a Poor Farm, Interns Them Now. ' Clackamas county, ore., has no poor farm. Tinns heretofore It has got rid of itinerant dependents who wandered into the OOMSty by various means, but Ihe war lias opened a new scheme to its frugal otlicials, A demented man. found wandering k ill Which be near here, carrying was Jotting down plans of a Chautauqua park, lias been haled Into court us a possible Herman spy. and as he admits being n German he has been turned over to the federal authorities for internment till the end of the war. B Bergt. Floyd M. Clark, wounded it France and invalided home to Fo:M McHenry hospital, tid the story ol the military sendee." The Tegeblatfl utuonseiou.s reveln. men General Pershing lad to France us the vnngnaad of the American expeditions are ns follows: "The people who know what Is co- tionary force. "l enlisted at Fort Blooum, New llie; mi are amaaed to learn bow enor- York, and in .Tune. 11)1 i. I went down mpOS Is t!i" number of people who are to Galveston and was signed in with n working in Germany's interest in infantry. It was the Twenty-Secon- d c. sn tries, It will be extraor-diiiarilIntereatmg to hear something On the way down tiiat I got acquaintlie's on Unii day about their duties and their ed with DoeV Smith, hooks now us Bargg, Merle C. Sinilli achievements. "When the will broke out we were from Dubois I'n., which is out mni But he's got such short (obi in Germnny that era had not done Pittsburgh, enough to make sure of the moral legs that we Jnsl natchernlly called Mm 'diteU.' lie's the best pal a man conquest of toe world, that our lie's j;ot a heart of gold in the matter of secret agents ever had. were too nail ami our mat bode too and from the very first oft' we've sharci Instantly ' there urose and shared alike. And be Is sure some He's a nutchcrnl born musin number &t persons ipiiek to iiuder- - talented. Boy, you should hear 'Duck cian. stnnd the magnttnde of the opportulie can play nity that was presented, mill all these blow a bloody cornet. offered to help the fatherland in this any instrument be can pickup. It don't make any difference what tlie Urn necessity. "Kveryoue who pretended that lie men! is, give him live minutes and M hail some relationship with foreigners begins to gal real mnaUtsastt of it. "He's nlway.s got n guitar with "air: was sent away with plenty of money. gMssIC there Is, Adventurous plans (id' which parking nnd he knows nil the more was ever heard) were greedily all them deep Spanish songs you heai accepted, and we threw ourselves In- down on the border and a whole strin to a trreat propaganda work which of T.luos.' By tbe time he gets through was considered 'Intelligent' and 'mod- with the Pi I lutes he'll know all tlie music In Liiropo, too. ern.' "Along In 1'UO they organized the "All Ibis was supposed to win over Tbirty-flft- h regiment ami "JO of us wen a the world and turn the hearts of Twenty-secpeoples toward lis. In reality It pwken from each company of the to help make It up. Then, spoiled the little thai remained to spoil. In Hie remotest corners of the in the spring of 1017, we were transworld, anil still more extensively in ferred to Hie Bghteentb regiment and neighboring annul ilea, this work of I went in the headquarters company. t I was made a sergeant just before we 'information' was started. "All it lias shown Is that Germany started across. "In May tin- word went around that still lias a ktrga reserve of strong we were ut war strength nnd from men of military age," Unit time on we were getting the hot news every day that we were going TOO TRUE across, or that we were going to be moved North, or were going to Sau Francisco or some oilier place. Goes "Over There." "lint nothing happened until the for-Igy i in-trfor-dgond, - no intenriOC of giving away any to the em my In the niatler. lie Is merely concerned witli the scan dai of granting exemption from the new Qerman taxation prapooala to this army of shirkers who, "under the pretense of working for Germany, are living a life of luxury abroad nnd 3crcic::nt, Wcunded in France and In vMided Home, Gives an Account ft the Trip of First American Contin gent to France and of Their Entry Into the Trenches Describes Artil lery Fire nnd Gas Attack1;. , Prehistoric Animal Found. The bones of a monster prehistoric ii i tin are being unearthed in the ex cavation for a building in the downtown district of Denver, Tha teeth, found almost intact are IN Inches long. A femur bone and purls ol the skull that have been uncovered show that the animal was several timed ss big us tile largest elephant. 11 I I we were going UsBO camp at Gettysburg or .it Syracuse. Nobody I knew had a hi.it that we were going across. Of course, everybody wanted to go geroaa, but If they hud let out where we were going it would have got around in no time. "We had a line train with PtslkgMU) cars, they sure gave us a tine trip. In France you're lucky to get a ride v in a freight car. W'e went along ami stopped in a loi of small towns. They never slopped ill ihe big places; ue went through most of them ut night. Finally, we got to Hornoll, N. Y. And that was where we got the real dope. The word came around "Bridget, I feel so in i wish yon that orders hud come to hold up the would leg go out today. Couldn't you trains because the ships hud not reach- their docks. Then we kuew we get what you're going for iim well oil i were going over, and. boy, I'm telling tomorrow V" "I in h, an ll can tomorrow or MM you there was some cheering. "We went on board about eleven day. was K"ln' out to get uiesllf u o'clock ut night, and that same night new Job." ea-.iu-i 1 over ami my tin hat fell off. "I grabbed the bat and we lie driver of ihe for a dugout. time. ;n sure "We went Into camp at , which on near us in. tnoiiu'ii. is about four miles behind the front , . . line trenches. We viM- - nnrtcted !? . barns .II1( stables from Saturday until Monday Qight, when we took our first other men in the detail, messeofll Our division had hflleo cut in tl.eir blouses by trick In the trenches. was feeling lino and they all wanted to IDg bits of the steel, but hi tiy of US were hurt. Boy, I sure was 'tickled got a chance at lighting right away. "There were four regiments in our when I found 1 wasn't hurt; me. Tbe luck of It was that it busyg. so high crowd and one battalion from each was sent op la the tirs; relief, in the nir that the bullets nsl kind of lost their power w hen thejk hit US. My battalion ".'s chosen from the regiment. We had about j.H'MI in'ii going One of the four mules on lie comup the first time. We took up a front bat wagon was hit. One of hK forelegs was broken and we had tdgglhoot 111. out a mile long. "Well, there was some groiuiing him. "It wns the first trip up for' when we found Want kind of trenches they had handed us. They had mud guy that was driving the mule up to your shootops und they were you should have beard him lotlsief than a cuckoo. We went in ut when he found out he was all rlgli night and spent the first few hours men were on guard and half ash getting our dugouts Bned up. "This )rsl flp in the trenches was when the patrol runs in and wakes us only for ten days. Hut we were glad up and makes us put on our masks. to get the rest, when it came time for Two of our men were knocked out by We wanted tlie the gas, but they recovered. Hi io be relieved) "Well, we went back to our billets get a bath. chance to "Our trenches vere only 800 yards in trucks and it was while we were away from the Fritzies and we could back there that I got shot In the foot see them fine. During our stay In there when u ritle went olV. It blew a hole in my foot. Something got into it we got a chance to try some shooting, but there w asn't much doing ex- -' and it don't seem to lienl very fust. cept tbe shelling from the German They cut off gty little toe, took out toe to plug up In our battalion In that the bone nnd used the trenches. guess it will do tine if it slay we lost sixteen men killed and the hole. I Wounded, Two nf them were killed don't grow a toenail on the bottom of by snipers' bullets und tlie other seven my foot." by artillery lire. BEEF DESIRED BY CONSUMER Loso Their Curiosity. "It's a funny thing ubout that shellYearling Produces Qua), lirsi wci k in .lime, when we got the ing. A frOIVt the first day we Were duck- ity More Economically Than Order to pack up. The dope was that lng all the time. Whenever we heurd Any Other Animal. reg-ImeWell-Mature- d j We started but, but were later held tip for several days. I don't know what WO were Waiting for, but when we started out wo had a convoy of war ships. In our company we bad a Danish lad whose father was n sea captain. This Dane kid had been in every port in the world. Just ns soon as be saw the port he snys : 'We are going into tlie port of . That didn't mean much to us, but he told us it was in France. "Well, boy, I want to tell you It is the prettiest place in the world. It looks Just like a picture, a handpainted picture, It is the prettiest town I ever want to see. "We were at that camp fourteen day and while we did quite a lot of drilling, we got liberty to go back to the town, and we 1m gan to learn their lingo. They wouldn't let us spend much money and at that time they didn't know how much money we got, so prices were cheap. Into the Trenches. "Well, we got the kinks out of our selves during the two weeks we stnyed! at that enmp. I gveao there must of; been more men coming over, because one night we gets tile word to be ready to move on the next day. They, moved us In box cars. We wore two' days and two nights nn the road and must have gone about 4."0 miles; It was a swell trip. The country looked great at thnt time of the year and we were loaded down with dowers all the "The ohTy time T ever" came real near to getting hurt on that first trip up was the evening before the day we were relieved. A wagon drawn by mules wns brought up to take away a lot of eats we hadn't tised and 1 bad a detail of seven men out to load the wagon. We had the wagon almost loaded when tlie shells began to come over. Iiut tbev were coin" over our he and we didn't pay much attention. ill' II ..lii.j", inni the trench not n great ways from anil lie yenec out: inn noys netie. come out of that. One of those she will fall short pretty quick.' .!,'-,.. to put on and I says, 'Throw on rest lively, hoys, and bent it.' "Just about then obi Fritzie sends You know you can lienjr one over. Them COmin', and you enn tell Jnt nhout where they will land from the sound. I knew this shell was going to come nenr for it sounded loud. I had kept my uniform pretty clean and when I heard that shell, I sure dirt hate to throw myself flat in that mud wo were standing in. Takes a Chance. "Well, I took a chance and didn't tall fiat. I bunkered down and so did the rest of the bunch. The shell exploded right over our heads about ''" feet in the air, I guess. Something ihaU come over we ull wiinted to know Wbers it struck. After ubout' the llrst day we got so used to it that We'd never even look a round to oM Mien- it went. Most of the shelling was done early in the morning or late In the evening. At first, tlie most of ns hail tbe shakes somewhat. You felt all qulvery till over and you couldn't stop, no mutter what yon though) about. "Our dugouts had little French stuMs-lthem. Them French stoves ain't no good. Of course, we used 'em ami Sometimes they dill pretty well. The trouble w as thai In- sinokestuck lias to lie run out the door of the dugout, und when the wind blows that way it blows tbe smoke right back into tlie trench. , "It was pretty wet and uncomfortable a lot of the time, but, boy, I want to tell you, I'd rather lie in tbe trench- -' es any day than drilling. a - beeves when fattened for niurkef under two years of age offer greater choice In the mutter of selecting the date of marketing. Tha average consumer prefers tile sire and quality of the cuts which are obtained from the carcass of a highly Well-finishewell-bre- finished yearling, lu addition to high quality, thickness in steaks and "He? cuts of beef is desired by the consunufr more ew-and these can tie product nomlcully in the yearfiug than in auy other cluss of beef ani- d FRIJDtAY WEATLESS warn m cm mux ggT muusi hwh WULAJ Order Your Coal 1 & I 9 1 1 I I I I I 1 9 9 9 i I 1 9 a 9 I Get hTrnr it out of 9 9 9 9 v Uncle Sam's 9 way war He needs the railroads for the UNITED STATES FUEL ADMINISTRATION f Not a few bankers have mode It pes Rlble for worthy club members to secure pigs on their personnl note. In JNO. D. BABBAOE, Editor and Publisher pig Is obtained this way a through the efforts of a county agent EVERY WEDNESDAY. ISSUED or pig club lender or specialist nnd banker. The member Is given the opportunity to pay for It from the proCLOVESPOKT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE ft. I'.MS. ceeds of the pig as a meat animal or from the sale of offspring In case of n breeding animal. Often the member enters Into a business agreement (with the parents' consent) with the banker and thus secures a pig when othSubscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 750 for (1 months. erwise It would have been Impossible Business Loc als 10c per line ami JC for each additional insertion. or the child to have Joined the club. of Thanks, over 5 linos, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. In other Instances the bankers have Obituaries charged lor at the rate of 50 per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct, please notify us. bought bred gilts to be bred and given them to club members with the understanding that two pigs were to be When von have finished reading your NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: gilt loaned. NEWS hand it to a friend who is not a returned for the original copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE These pigs In turn are lent to other throw it away or destroy it. subscriber; do not children. This plan Is the endless chain contract. F.ither plan has resulted In Increasing Interest In pig (Mm with Its accompanying expansion In the supply of pork products and the Instruction In swine liushandry ONI MEAL which Is a part of the club work. The sasDK-s&- ssk VHEATXKJ banker Una helps to lay n foundation ONE MEAX for the prosperity which will be lastVHEATIJW ing. The money received from tbe sale of hogs will be expended In furONE MEAL ther developing the cininly. Kvery VLLLATIXW merchant In the CWMty will profit, the banks will get more deposits, and the farmers will have more money with which furlher to develop their farms. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS MOTHER OF FOUR CHILDREN Called to Her Eternal Home. well-bre- d EIGHT PAGES. of Mrs. Emma Thompson Lodiburg Died May 29. Six Brothers and Sisters survive. I.odiburg, Ky., June I, (Special) Again tbe rent scavenger of death has invaded our home and taken from our midst our dear sister, Mrs. Kmma Thompson age 39, who died May 29, '18. She was sick about five months, hearing ber sufferings without a murmur and perfectly sub missive to God's will her husband she leaves four small children', an aged father and mother, The three si ters and three brothers. sisters and brothers arc: Mrs. YV. II. Bethel, Mis C. I,. Avitt and Mrs. LewA than, Virgil and Hubert is Norton, Dowel. The funeral service whs conducted by Chas. Kinnerson. She was laid to rest in the Horsley Cemetery. Kind friends did all that could be done hut Coil call ed anil she bad to submit. Let us meet her in the beyond. A sister. Mrs. C. to A. - -- a3SS REMEMBER THE DAYS Thursday WURMT Freedom soall be preserved 1 " ot."- - - TUESM I .'IP1 AID FOR PIG CLUB ME mi r Jsxmc M. Howard Jr., Glen from his L'O acres of aifulfa Dean cut 0 ton of hay. his first cutting The second crop iinaarly ready to cut. He says his first cutting paid all expenses for seed prepiriu ground and harvesting, us a sample of h's orchard crass over five feet high He s;ns it It the li lest crop he ever raised Hon. Moorman showed Col. E L. llobeiison proprietor of Dear, Gien Va.lev Stcck ram, was at LtllngtOfl lust week and liought a pure bred rsuort Horn cdw ana nein r calf for which he paid WO. This cow is a granddaughter oi Cv.ice Good! one 01 tba liest bffillg of the Grand DC t 00 000 0ll yChampurj family. 00o Moorman Jr., ot Planters Hah Stock farm. Glen Dean was also at this sale and bought a Short Horn bsifer for W0 WR J. R Wilson. Glen Dean bought of Beard llrothers a lineJeisey cow and cslf tor $100 and from J M Howard a Duroc Sow and ! 000 pigs for fl.sO E. L Robertson has sold a car load of silos for fall delivery. The purchas trs are D. C. Moorman, It. G. Robert son, James A Dean and Vic Robertson A. Hooberry, Glen Dean Koute has la 18 acres of corn and 10 acres of toHe has plowed his corn twice. bacco. 1 000 000 John Livera, Irvington has acres of corn, fine stand and one plowingHe usea tested corn for seed and It all come up beautifully. He said he was more fortunate than his neighbors who planted untested seed and had to replant their entire cr ips in KM 000 Pigs Get Better Start. (Prepared by the United Stiilcn Depart Pigs raised by a mature sow get t of AKrleun lire. give One of the most potent ways- of In a better start while young and (fCUlng the number of biers Is by Ml greater profits thai; the pigs from a coo raffing more boys and girta to join young, Immature sow. gig CitllMi In the past these chilis hlU been markedly successful. They CHEAPER RATIONS FOR SHEEP have been the means of introducing Corn Stover -- nd Oat Straw Form Impurebred hogs Into many communi portant and Economical Part of ties ninl raising tbe standard of bog Animals' Feed. lis well ;is Improving the conditions under which they are kept Bad the cure given them. The number of pig CPreaatefl ty the ITsJtad states Deiait- inent of Agriculture.) chilis n the Northern states on June Breeding ewes consume compara.10. 1017. totaled 1,(07: in the South krfge Muantities of retjghage and the number of community clubs is be tively IMsgb-Ogtween 2,000 nnd L'.r.iH), and In almost need but little grata, Of this corn stover and oat straw BMJf Wall every dub are found members of pig form an Important and economical clubs. Although the number is Inrgi pan, but they should he suppletne'ited it is poMlble to increase it greatly by forming more chilis iii counties where by other feeds containing more pro!?;" them lire n cents to direct properly tein. Sheep will cut about S9 to the efforts of the young people. In per Cent of tbe total Weight of the Stoorder to stimulate these activities, th ver, leaving the stalks. Wheat slum department during the past year has :s not so valuable faff sheep feerl-U3as oat straw, while rye straw lidded to its force several pig club specialists, ami a number of tbe agrl has practically 110 value in sheep racultural colleges have-- djoati likewise, tions. This type of roughage should be In this work, it is of first import ntict that proper instructions be given to used as a supplement to herumlnous the members In regard to all phases of hay, and the whole ration would be Imswine husbandry so that clubs will be proved by the addition of a succulent silage or roots. t siireessim in Bringing to maruet n feed such as lurge percentage of the pigs under If bin little leguminous hay Is availcontheir' cure. Clubs should not be or able the use of some protein-ricganlzed unless there Is ample assur- centrate such lis meal from cottonseed, ance that Mifllclent feed will be avail linseed, soy heans, or vehet BMM will usually be economical and profit" able to bring the pigs to maturity. Cottonseed meal may well be Swine breeders' associations have able. been active for a number of years In aaed to balance up a ration lacking in assisting pig club members to Rerun protein either for breeding ewes or for purebred bogs at reduced prices. This fattening lambs or wethers. It has been lias made it posslhle for members to fed to breeding ewes up to one-haobtain good stock with which to lay pound per bead per day without apthe foundation for a herd of purebred parent injury, but four ounces a day will usually be found suflicient. Cure swine. The result has BOM the Intro ductlon Into many communities of de should be taken to see that It Is of treble breeding stock and the stlinu good quality and free from mold. The following rations should give Intlnn of more widespread interest In good quality hogs. Swine breeders' good results when supplemented by associations doubtless will be willing to continue In the future the assistance given to club members in the past. Bankers in many states have realized the value of pig clubs as a means of materially Improving rural conditions and at the same time increasing a well-keph lf Increased Membership Will Be Great Help in Increasing Production of Needed Perk. Suitable Hay for Horsea. Do you gi up al night? Sanol is surrly To mifke hay suitable for horses at hard work alfalfa must be allowed to tilt- best for all kiilncy or MniMi-- troulilrv become rather mature before cutting; Sanol gteta relief in 1!4 hours from all hack in fact, tbe field should be In full ache anil hlai'h-- tmtilili-sSanul in a bloom before the mower is started. r FOR YEARS THIS BANK HAS BEEN URGING UPON PEOPLE THE NECESSITY OF PRACTICING THRIFT AND ECONOMY. TODAY OUR GOVERNMENT IS ASKING YOU TO DO THE SAME AS YOUR PATRIOTIC DUTY. YOU CAN EASILY PUT IN OUR BANK A PORTION OF YOUR SURPLUS DARNINGS TO HELP YOUR COUNTRY. THAT MONEY YOU CAN SO EASILY SPARE WILL HELP WIN THIS WAR AND IT IS SAFE. QUIT EXTRAVAGANCES AND BEGIN TODAY. remedy. the ilruK store. SUc anil $1 im a liolth- al THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG CHURCH NEWS We Offer You & TRUST CO. LOCAL HARD1NSBURQ, KY. Rev. W. I. Boa Well will present the needs oi the Kentucky Orphan's Home next Sunday morning at the Methodist church. The members of the church are urged to come and hear him as it is believed that the orphan's homes will fill a large place when this war is over. Rev A. N. Cot ch antt unces that the Biptist church will he eafier be open so that those all day on who desire mv h.ive access to the church may stop in forspscial prayers that thb woiiii's crisis m.ty pass favorable for hup.iru iiv and frwdoBi There will be preaching at the Bat- tist church next Sunday at II mid ":45 o'clock hy the pnstor. Total Assets Over$ 1,000,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business. Methods fr sssmjtj1-jssBMM.n11fl- .000 Come to See Our Stock We think we can please you in Price and Quality A Good Assortment of 9 x 12 Rus, from Cheap to Good Quality, some mighty pretty patterns. A Nice Assortment of Kitchen Cahinets, Iron Beds, Rockers, Davenettes, Mattresses, Dining Chairs Din- TUESDAY OMF MEAL WHEAIXESS USX MO BREAD. rACnCl IK BXLAKIAST FOODI ODNTAJNU4G WUXAI ing Tables. Coal Oil Stoves, the best made, ment of Ranges. A Good Assort- - Mrs. George Board and son, Danor Addison spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs Jake Kendall at their beautiful country home near Webster. Mrs. J. B. Gibson, Irvington Kuute 2 went to Harned Saturday to sea Mrs. Willis 1'ayne who is ill. Mrs. Payne is 70 years old and ber condition is 000 en How Rome Encouraged Birth Rate. To encourage the birth rate the made useif the tight of women with property for the power to control It. This power that it took the women of England and America living under tbe English common law 2,.rsX) yenrs longer to achieve was granted by Numa I'omplllus, In 715 B. C, to women who were mothers of three children, who were privileged to have "lree administration of their own alTairs without guardian or tutor." To the women who had inherited large fortunes this must have been an ex ceedingly effective inducement to the reining of large families, and an ex cellent counteraction to tbe various In fluences In Komun life which would tend to keep the birth rnte down. This is probably one of the few Isolated ex amples where militaristic iilenls worked for the benefit of women. age-lon- g If you purchase as much in any of the above lines as $25.00 or more we will pay railroad fare for one per- - Send Cash with Qftters "" FORDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY F0RDSVILLE KY Manager 000 critical Mrs. Tilly Cooms, Louisville is visiting her son, U. D. Cooms at Harntd. Mrs. l'aul Wilson while driving from her home to Brandenburg overturned her machine and broke har arm. Thus. Beard said Monday that he Enthusiastic Pig Club Member With would finish planting 75 acres of tobac Hie Prise Pig. co and would begin cutting wheat next Monday. Mr Ueard has the best crop the production of meat and teaching of wheat in the county. ujcjuhcra. toud lacthuda. ebt 'V'-- 000 Mutton and Wool in This Flock. 000 whatever small quantities of gruln may be necessary for the health und thrift of the flock : HBnatvlvXa. ssavsiBrQPws Ration Ration 1: Corn stovr 2 pounds (amount eat not amount fed). Legume hay, l pounds. 2: Ration S: Oat straw or corn stover, pounds. Legume hay, t pounds. IVi Oat etraw, 2 pound. Legume hay. 2 pounds. Silage, Patch Up Telephone Poles. The cost of lumber has led to the use of many devices to save wood. One of the most ingenious Is the method to save telephone poles, which rot at the base Just above and below the surface of the ground. The upper portion remains sound for a longer time than the base. A short pole, creosoted so as to withstand decay, Is placed in the ground beside the obi pole and firmly fastened to it. This adds several years to the length of time the pole will serve. The arrangement also serves as a protection to pedestrians; for since the part burled rota long before the upper part, the fall might occur moat unexpectedly. Popular Science Monthly. Conserve Your Cash Cash in bank mean a lot to you. It prepare! you for any emergency. If there's a slump after the war, ready cash will tide you over. 1 pound. If therm u a business expansion, a goodly bank account will find you ready for li. See us today about that ac count of yours, We do all hinds of banking. . .- - . 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 If we haven't these articles in stock we will be glad to order them for you KEMEMUF.R Coffey, at the Illinois experiment station, found that when fed to year ling wethers with corn and corn sil age, corn stover nnd oat struw gave practically the same dally gulns per A third lot getting alfalfa us head. the dry roughage gained slightly more. Satisfactory gains have never been made In fattening hunks when corn stover or oat straw bus formed the sole ronghuge. When used with legu(or leguminous buy and minous ha slluge) and the usual gruln ration, the gains have been allgbtly smaller than those obtulned when nothing but leguminous hay was used, while the cost of thearutlou has been considerably or kidTry San ol, it ilora wumlrra lor the liver, kidneya anil r, IT SI K 'iwiurr 'OlOe Willi , CUIIV lli'C il at the dr g afore urn..' f thrliver ney art- FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. rVA "You oukIU In- i bone-head." ...PERMANENT... Your Home Jeweler Whs you have Dsrktche T. C. LEWIS - "My husband auya thut I'm a umWUt .. ..... Hardinsbure, Kv. . . . . iurr lo x out grsr DENTIST ...... ....... Offlna Uourt a. m.ito , p. hi. (ojs11p.a m. " A . ,.r,f;U, ...... lieud. lit to feel Mattered that you have uny kind of ways In office iIunijk office hours Irvington, Ky. 4 s 15he Breckenridge News. 3, I9I8 Ky WEDNESDAY, JUNK WANT TO MAKE Announcement. For Appellate Judge nam HrtiMo a a cati'lirfatr for the DtfW acratk nomination for Appellate Ju Ipc I .im the Second DiMrict, it the Irritate! F. AMMi W of ) arr Aitlfi'iritrn to annoimcr thr V, Entered at the Poet Offline atCloTerport. i second class matter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE .fptfj S BALOPTGO i THEIR OWN MUSIC Soldiers "Over There" Demand Musical Instruments. Ml Everybody in America should buy Thrift and War Saving Stamps Wc are authorized to antmuncr Jtitlg I W. K. Settle a, a for re nomination for Judfrc M the Court of Appeal, from the Second District, uOiject to the AuRUt, IH1M. primary. 3CNCRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIF9 Accuucr ll.-SDEPENDABILITY CTj 1 t HERE'S CHANCE TO"H0RN IN'" j Today Classified without delay I ADVERTISEMENTS i I ft lTFS FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS J'' Por Precinct end city Office For County Offices Por State and District Offices Por Calls, per line For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line f t LID 5.00 l.i.00 j'ij 10 U 10 tgj 9R 53 10 39 ' f Mm T" Are I tht lectors that mike our bsslnitiorom TOKS, Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. 1 L. R'y Effective February K.AST 0, 1918. JtO. No. Hdl NIi No. 142 will leave Cloverport.... Arriving Irvlnirton Arrlvlni I,,,ii1vlllr No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlnirton Arriving l.oulsvlllp 141! lilt 'r1'1 V," J! Arriving Irvlneton Arriving Louisville 14M leaves Henderson Arrives OwenslKro Arrives Shops WF.ST 141 will leave Clover ?ort p" M? 5:'ii M. A.M. ?22 e!! ' ' y M BOUND I'. M. M. M. M. M. M. will leave Cloverport. Arriving uwenMMiro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evunsvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawesville ... Arriving! iwenshoro .... No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving! iwenshoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Fvansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. No. 147 1:23 P. 7 .40 1'. 6tM P. 7 KB P. s:07 I'. 12:47 Ill leave Shops .rrlvtng Oivenshoro . Arriving Henderson lill A. M. : in A. Mi 2:07 A. M. a. m. 7:00 A. M. s:l A. M. P.M. im 11:2.'. A.M. FOOD UTTTT TVTXWT will w irs THE WmimHItlUIIIIIIIMIIIHiniMMIMIHIIIIIIIIMlMllllllHIIMIIIHIIHIIMMIHIMUIIHIIIIH I I 1 LOCAL ITEMS. MtHlimilllllUHItlHIIIIIIIOIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIHIIimil I I I Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy Readers. iiiiuuiitii nimii iiiiiiiiiiiMtiimiiiiiiiiMliiiHttiiiiliiiiimit' minimi Miss Louise Nicholas went to Louisville Tuesday. Miss Grace Pauley was in Owetisboro last week the guest of friends Mrs Frank Ferrv and Mr ,. A.M. U Miller were in Louisville Monday. John Wisenberg and her son lr motoreu to Ball i own last rn Iv. Miss Ella Smith is in TMA.'sville this week the guest of Miss blizabeui mo bage. Mrs. Alfred Hlair and Mrs. Ira Beavin of Mattinglv were in this city shopping :::::::! Friday. Miss . Mary Owen Oelze and Miss Martha Willis spent one day last week in Louisville. Miss Anna Mae Penner and Miss Mary Clark are visiting friends in Moo leyville. Mr. Henry Yeager is in Charleston, S C, where no has employment with Government. Mrs. Frank Fraize has arrived in this city and will spend the summer at the Cloverport Hotel. WUIiam Cooms, Harned was in Louisville last week to see his brother before leaving for France. Miss Pauline Moorman, Louisville spent the week end with Misses Margaret and Edith Burn. Byron Cook was in Hardinsburg Monday. Mr. Cook is manager of the credit department of The Goodrich Rubber Co. , Louisville. Andrew Ashby left last Wednesday with the Hancock county boys for Camp Zachary Taylor. Mis. Arnold Cooper and children, Louisville are visiting relatives in this city and Mattingly, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McCoy returned Monday night from Union Star where they visited Mr. McCoy's parent ' sacrifice which, ut the same time, win confer a gnat relief on the neighbors anil bfffghtafl llio Hie of some SOrdJl t TaahCC in til'' "Ask Any Oculist" trenihi'N or the billots or tin rest lamps of the war zone. . There Is jjj instrumentsI great demand for tmislonl bjf the over soldiers there. Tills Is the word rer eivod here The Ball Optical Co. by the war Weft council of the V. M. ROBT. J. BALL A. from the ir hundreds of sstM I tnrles mid workots In thi wur zone, 613 South Fourth Avenue " of course there, is music there, Kentucky hands, lirld music, talking maLouisville. I chines and piano in the "Y" huts, hut f ttC ' 'I"S Irt the soldiers who have the yeafBjSjg do GIASISS SFiCIACLfS They not want music. m WttM lite kind they can "push out" . themselves, mo matter BOW bud It Is, ' ' lis tOOjg lis It expresses' them. Would Make Mis Own Music. home after Spending nine months in the Music's charms are notorious for University at LtxtngtOS, Ky. State their Soothing effects, and one can imMiss Kathleen Crist was in Owens-boragine the depression of a soldier, who Thursday night lo attend the has nothing of a musical outfit but a s, w hen he wishes to pair d' High School Commencement exercises hide aWay with a saxophone, to snort Mr. Bad Mrs. A lag Pierce and their sad sounds from it. man is not children, Ludlow, Ky are guests of f.'oin to he satisfied That with the host Mr. Pieice's pifreuts, Mr. and Mrs. K band music, the finest phonograph recPierce. s ords or the piano playing of oilier who may he experts, not as long Mrs. W. H. Howmer is in Versailles spending a few days with iier daughter, us be yearns to blow, scrnpe or pound Mrf. Chas W. Moorman, Jr. and Mr. out notes or .sounds of his own muiiu-falire. Moorman. Anyone who has listened to a beMis. Fred Wliitehouse and her sen, ginner. Under the pretext of practicFred Whitchou.se, Jr. are in Heuderson ing, gl'onn with a base horn, sob rip the guests of .".rs. Whitehouse's sister, plingiy with a slide trombone or cry Mrs. John Gabe. t aloud with n ulto horn, bus News has been received here that realised that the performer wasn't Mr. and Mrs. Nobe Pate, formerly ol playing, but was relieving bis feelings. a weakness for Mattingly are seriously ill at their new Well, soldiers with manic have that same desire to relieve BOM near Hardinsburg. their feelings nftcr the strain of butMis. Vauu Pate, Louisville and Mrs. tle or monotony of camp. And they Mrs. Margaruet Taul, Clovei port are need some Instruments by which they guest of Mr. aud Mrs Will Mason und call generate musical noises which w ill soothe their own savage breasts and other relatives at Mattingly. lit the same time put their comrades Mrs. lilizu Long and Oaughttr, Miss in. such lighting mood that they are Amanda Long, Loui.ville were the ready to sweep the Huns Into the week end guests of Mrs. Long's brother Rhine. Mr. Dan liar Us and Mrs. Burks of Soldiers enjoy teasing tunes from Addison. solo Instruments, the Y. M. C. A. men Mrs. Joe MorrtMl and daughter, Miss report, and it is up to here to provide the apparatus. Ina Beile Mor ison were in Lou.svil'e They have "come across" with bank Sutday to etrt Mrs. Morrison's son, notes, why not pail with their high Bernard Morrison be:ore he leaves notes? The "Y" will pass them along Camp Taylor tor Camp Sherman. to the yearners. Discrimination in Donations. Mifs Freda Mae Bannon, Eddyville Calliopes, pipe organs, grand pianos was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer and Mr. Sawyer part of last and buss drums are hardly convenient week and from here she went to Louis, for soldiers to keep in dugouts or to carry on hikes. A slide trombone would ville to visit lelatives before returning be all right for open warfare, but In home. u (ranch It eoald only be played sideMr. and Mrs. J. Tousie Pate and ways. At that, a trench greatly rebaby daughter, Miss Lucile Pate, sembles an oebestra pit. Discrimination should he used as to the type as Louisville are visiting Mr. and A bass born would well as the size. parents, Mr. anil Mrs Winri. Pate, Tar Springs and Mr. and Hit be suitable for a man detailed to base headquarters mid it would be all right Alfred Miller of Hmlin school nous- -. to send a soldier a French born If he Corp Floyd Carter aud Mrs. Cart understands that language. were heie Sundav visiting Corp C. This does not limit the list to mouth Organs, Jewsharps, "sweet potntoes" trr's mother, Mrs. Fladge Carter bai. and accordions. ne goes to Camp Shernnu, Chillico' It should include reeds Ktl small brasses. If American Ohio. Mrs. Carter will remain w soldiers ure to turn the scale they Corp. Carter's mother duiiog should be hI lowed to run It, also. absence. Instrumentalists born in! ffl ffl We specialize on KRYI'- the invisible hi- Nationally focal passes. accepted as the most per- feet double vision ylasses jrtt made. WK "jind them here in our own rifllit W ft S tt ffl Dehorn the Amateur Cornetist and RATE 1c Per Word Each Insertion Send His Machine to France Cal?sa?j55 aaWaJVf)MaMaMMa1 liopes, Pipe Organs and Grand Pianos Notk Advertisers MM notify the editor Would Not Be Appropriate Dona- when you ejwo olv.it senieni discontinued tions and the Slide Trombone Has FOR SALE Its Limitations. DthOCMi the BptUP tUMUt was an old woman lied in I shoe. Her children were patriots, loyal and true: Some without siioar. some without wheat And each bought a Thrift Stamp, the Kaiser to heat." "There house air-sha- ft 8j cornetist, and his musical instrument to the border's of No Man's Land. Hero is I chance for patriotic iniisicnl-Iv-lnrllni- POM SAM' old. week I. Kiv Aim lhiroc K, I Jghtfoot, 1'lovt (tilts, rpoft, sU K Thai dgiiin "Where are you uoint;. my pretty maiti"' "I'm goinii to buy War Stamps. Sir." she said; May I no with you, my pretty maid.! 'If you'll buy some too. Kind Sir," she said." FOR SALE my f.trm containing 11" ;irr s one mile Waal of Ladlbwa;, K., on the L, M St. L K. It Ai.out M ami (,f lott.m land, .Ht acrt in wood. For further add rev Man Miller, (take: tie'.d, ( al. Route I. Boa DA. 11.(11 i I - "urn a. I't .jrc roHl Ktiif und. lilt sliurkrd ut Oood OOfaj v' thw or el oaaaoK itrlu yoof iraajon aaf duy. I cr-1 lnnt on . I in: t tTT f (im tl ec :. s yrr htisln-, Irsport. lot. 1 lnoatttl, rorprl.'f on JVjo. It. Intidb' r KOft. BALM toltaiM ioolilaja;, oanimJIi M ten CUivrrp- writr or full ri, Ky. $a H bush Im ir i d cm rht-itp- . IM U ft i. Iff popinr inniln r. Una Ktid Aft (. A I. romllitoti. Cali mid wv II. Trant, iwlliia urc. Ky. OH tf AhM War Saving June work 3 mU (S. Thrift Stamp Week regl-cent- -: Wanted Miscellaneous Wt WILL PAY matt i if broken r n mil in I'll loot ft t V 11 ' AND g mill. Ohio Uit tit ut iWi'v ii rid rt Hit by Tt t ii r ii rn ii !7i;i AtliuittiAve. Cuirin mm ?V'$wt!SJ Lets all up and at Children, this means you too to ftWl Glrloff wnni;in to work In prtmlft funiliy. Ilontd. room- und kind ttt'Htii.i'iit with i:ctm iBftMli raga to rlhL party. Apply to Ins othYe. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. WAN rKO V'ni to Bftka extra money by rc'itiiitf that span- room or rOttf n C Ot hou by runnlna a Want Ad. in THK BRI OK EN RI DUE NEWS. ear-drum- . Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located permarjsntlv in HarcMnsb'.'rg, iccup)ioK otlice recently vacated by l)r. Walker. . per-shn- Everytl-iirif- j In d BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Wcatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, (irease, Roofing L. C TAUL bhit-blu- Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick lire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, General - Insurance. I Old Reliable Companies Contractor sound-sbatter-er- s Cloverport, Kentucky ' ii & & & HILL ITEMS kev. Haul M . Watson, Louisville preached at the Presbyterian church la Irvinifton Sunday. Kev. Watson takes the place of Kev. K E. Iteeves in the IrviDgton Kfoupof churches and will preach on the Bfd Sunday in Cloverport. Mrs. Kverett Fran!:. Kvansville was here to be at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Luther I'ate who died Thursday morning at the home of Mr. l'ate's mother, Mrs, S. R Pate. Mr. Plumbum, Chicago accepted a position at the shops He with bis wife are boarding with Mr. and Mr Jack Smiley, Mr. and Mrs. P, H. Canary and sou Lewis went to lietbany, W. Va., to attend the graduating exercises of then son, P. H. Canary Jr. Miss Mary and Flossie Canary and brothers, Hilary and Morrli have gone to the farm near Stephensport. Hillary Hardin, and Mr. and Mrs Charlie Ksil aiotored to Dukes last Sunday to attend the dedication of tbe Presbyterian church. Mies Katblsen Crist and Miss Grace Pauley went to Oentboro last Thurs day to attend the graduation of Mite Maris Davis. Carrie Mas, Forrest and Charles Jackson and Frances, Klanor and Maxie Martin spent Thursday with Koliert and Laura Mae Dsugherty. Gabe Heavm and Clestim- O'C'onnell motored to Hardlnsburv Sunday and were guests of Miss Maggie Kyaa and Miss Catherine Hoben. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wilson motored to Harnsd tosea Mies Compton. Owen Perkins was In town to tee hit auntt, MissetMary and Mint Psrkint befors going to Camy Zachary Taylor. Mr. and Mrt Win Dawson of near town spent tht week end here with - xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: BRAN and SHORTS (Mixed Feed) v X Q X O In any quantities. Write us for Prices. Can fill your order promptly MILL HARDINSBURG & ELEVATOR Ken ucky COMPANY Hardinsburg, U S. S. Food Administration License No. M0852 xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I Prompt Answers It is the duty of the telephone RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM (WITH PEROXIDE) of the face. Protects it from sunburns, Each town, under the lender-winds, tans and cold weather. Affords ship of its most active spirits, an excellent foundation for applying Amrico Beauty Face Powder. This and a such as Its chamber of commerce a or county council of defense, more than one hundred other Red Cross self should lmmedlutefy make a Remedies and Toilet preparation sold ana guaranteed only by survey of all men e who have had farm experience A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. and obtain pledges to saend a a duy or two out of each week or a a week, If need be, out of the month at the periods of grtut- est demand. In order to help to1 farmers. There are many met lt-able-bocle- d A greaseless cream of snowy whiteneaa. Delightfully perfumed. A day cream for oily skins. Softens the hard lines t : MEN . WHO CAN FARMERS HELP operator to ascertain the number wanted and ring the bell of the party called. If the called party is slow to answer the operator is as helpless as you are. Most of what you might think is "slow service" is caused by the subscribers not answering promptly. You can help the service by answering your telephone promptly. When you Telephone Miss Reba Bolln has returned to her Irvington after a isit here home with Miss Mary Christiana Haraman. ju J Forrest Diyden Weatherholt ii at 1 a J 2 TIME IS MONEY a a s a If you had a dollar for every minute you have lost on accouut of that watch of yours losing time, you, no doubt, would be as rich as Croesus, A man who can repair watches satisfactorily is working In the towns whose pluces can be tuken by the wom-en. I have In mind particularly men waiters, elevator boys, und clerks whose work can be well substituted, If the business sen-tlmeut of the town will act reso- lutely and persuade employers to use women temporarily In order tbut the men be released for farm labor as the occasiou may require. Clarence Ousley, As- sistant Secretary of Agriculture. a a , J I Hook Worm in Camp. Smil i relativee. Tlios. Ode wait Railroad Witch inspector Clmrpott, all Oresrs I). Rscslve Prompt atttntion. "Reggy married an heiress, but b says she wou't let him have any uioiie. to spend." "Lucky dog- - He married not oul: a rich wife, but a prudent one." Twenty per cent of the draft men received at Camp Sevier, In South Carolina, are affected with book worm, Numeraccording to army physicians. ous euses are being treuted. All show rapid Improvement. Iu some compa-- ' iiiuuy as (W ' men ure oelu THURSDAY VHEATUSS cnrruNlMu can. M4MX CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated C. H. wtu trea'ed. HALL, Local Manager, Cloverport, Ky. 1 lF" trap, and that'ln her absence the vault would not be looted again? It contained now something Infinitely valuable and Incriminating the roll of film. She glanced about, and seeing a silver vase of roses, hurriedly emptied the water out, wrapped the film In oiled paper, and dropped U down aiming the steins. The Street if the Wise Virgins was not near the palace. Kven by walking briskly she was In danger of being late. The wind kept her back. too. Then, at last, the Street of the Wise 1 MARY ROBERTS RINEBART Virgins and the fiacre, standing at the eurb, with a driver wrapped in rugs Onpyrlfht, l17, Tb Wdwy rmnpynT f j against the cold of the February night, All itigbu BMrr4 Mai his hat pulled down over Ids eyes. "' ".' The countess stopped beside him. "You are expecting a passenger?" will retire?" "Mndamo "Yes. madame." "You little fool I You know whnt With her hand on the door, the I am renly for!" countess realized that the fiacre was Tho MM stood still. Her wide, already occupied. As she pea red into bovine eyes, filled with iilnrm, watched its darkened Interior, the shadow rethe countess ns she moved swiftly solved Itself Into a cloaked and masked across the room to her wnrdrohe. figure. She shrank back. Kilter, madame." said a voice. When she turned about again, she held thin black riding crop. The figure appalled her. It was not In her hiind Minna's ruddy color failed. She knew sulli' ient to know that behind the horrifying mask which covered the the Loscheks, knew their furies. face and head, there was a hu"Madame!" she cried, and fell on her knees. "What have I done? Oh, man figure, human pulses that beat, human eyes that appraised her. She what have I done?" "That Is what you will tell me." said "Quickly." said the voice. the countess, and brought down the A livid st ripe MfMi tha fWl She got in, shrinking Into a corner Crop. Of the carriage. Her lips were dry, face turned slowly to ml. "I have done nothing. 1 I car It rho roaring of tetref was in cam. Moiiier of pity, bat) mo! I Imve din? (he d lOt ele-eUOllli".,'' Tie n commenced a drive of WhtCft The crop desccnd' d again, this time ifterward the conteaa dared not l ves of her think, Tbe Bgwa neither moved nor on one of Mi" BMl peasant COBtlllM. So thin It wax, so pofcet In aide the carriage reigned Hie brutal tlie Mow, that il cut Into most complete rillanm Then the car-rGnmnlogi tlM girl fell ;e topped, and at last the shinuded :.: x eonon her face. The Mid spoke. lignre BMW 'I regr l. countess, that my orders, ne to blindfold you." She rabtnltted ungracefully, while he hound a black cloth over" her eyes, lie drew it very close and knotted It behind. In the net his lingers touched her laee, and sh" felt them cold and clammy. The contact sickened her. "Your hand, madatne." She was led out of the carriage, and across soil earth, a devious course again, as though they avoided small Once her foot touched obstacles. something low and hard, like marble. Again, in the darkness, they stumbled oxer u mound. She knew where she l'.ttt then in n graveyard. Waa, which? ThaN were many about the city. .... ...r "I Long Live I The King Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm k MIIRTMi, rripttolti 6ln Oun.Ky. Poland Polled Durham Cattle, ainDan. y. Short Horn China Hogs. Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Have won KH10 Directory of THE I. M. HOWARD HOWARD A FARMS Proa. SON. I Shorthorn Cattle Du roc Hogs Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Catt,e Duroc Jersey H()gs Hampshire Sheep Ribbons at State Fairs Past IMve Years Dealer In Leaf Tobacco O ten Dean, 1 w- -v - iV. wr Valley Home Stock Farm Thos- W.J owm sons Propruioe, O'Donoghue ;clP,ymou,h Ky Dealer in and Hieeder of 1 Beard BrOS. Ky. HardinSDdrg, Ky., ROUte Hardinsburg, Mejaft Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Pa en-lir- e Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle ,and Live Stock and TobaCCO Farm HARRY H. NORTON. Hardin,burfl. Route i ORCHARD The Countess Faced Them. . papers ure turned If then over to the authorities?" And She shrugged her shoulders. tall figure BOW Number Seven rose, of mystery, and spoke- - at length In a ' etiltJvated, s(,ftiy intoned voice. The felt the voice Coanteaa, listening, vaguely familiar, as were the bunting eyi - behind the mask. "It Is our hope, madaino," he suid, "that you will make It unit ssafy for the committee of ten to use those paper. Wt have no quarrel with won. en. We wish rather a Irlend than an enemy. Tho committee of ten. to thoaa vWio know Its motives, has the highest and most loyal of Ideals to the country." Ills voice took on a new. almost a fanatic note. They had watched the gradual decay of the country, he Bald. Its burden of tnxation grew greater each year. The masses sweated and toiled, to curry on their backs the deail v eight of the aristocracy and the throne. The Iron hand of the chancellor held everything; nn old king who would die, was dying now, and nfter that a boy, nominal ruler only, while the chancellor continued his hard rule. And now, as If that were not enough, there was talk of an alliance with Karnia, nn alliance which, carried thmtlgh, would destroy the hope of a republic. nind-.tnie11 HOME FARM w G. P. MWSrV. Proprietor 111 laT Pflrk PI J. fP The Webster' Stock Owntr P w Lyaflan Farmer. Dealer, Breeder and Feeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs, llardittfburjr.-Ky.- Farmer and Feeder IrvitigtOll. Ky. Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster. Ky. h Route 2. fur-wa- C. V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. IfiMiOT in " High-clas- ' Horses, Mules, s Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. This Space for Sale This Space for ' Sale . IT WILL PAY VOL' TO VISIT MY STABLES I "I Have Done Nothing, I Swear It." tinned to strike pitiless Plows into which aba put all her fury, her tenor, her Cray ad and ragged nerves. The gM on the Hour, from whimpering, fell to crying hard, with great noiseless soks of pain and bewilderment. When ut last the blows ceuseti, she lay fctlll. The countess prodded her with her foot. "Get Up," she commanded. Hut she was startled when she saw the Kill's face. It was she who was the fool. The welt would tell Its own story, and the other servants would talk. It was already a deep purple, Both women were and swollen. trembling. The countess, still holding the crop, sat down. "Now !" she said. "You will tell me to whom you gave a certain small book of Which you know." "I, mnduine?" "You." "Hut what book? I have given nothing, iiiadanie. I swear it." "Then you admitted some one to this room?" She "No oue, madame, except hesitated. "Well?" "There came tlilH afternoon the men who clean niudume's windows. No oue i Ne, madame." She put her hand to her cheek, and looked furtively to gee If her fingers were stained with blood. The countess, muttering, fell to furious pacing of the room. So that was It, of course. The girl was telling the truth. She waa too stupid to lie. Then the committee of ten Indeed knew everything had known that she would be away, had known of the wludow clean-era- , bad known of the aafe, and her possession of the code. She dismissed the girl aud put away the riding crop, then she smoothed the disorder of her hair aud dress. The court physlciau, calling a half hour later, found her leading on u chaise lougue In her boudoir, looking pale ami handsome, and spent what he considered a pleasant half hour with her. Then ut lust he was gone, and she preparawent about her tions for the night. From a comer of her wardrobe she drew a long peasant's cape, euch a cape as Minna might wear. Over her head, instead of a bat, she threw a gray veil. A care-lea- s disguise, but all tbat was ueces-aarheavy-hearted TTti open space-- , the opening of u gate or door that squeaked softly, a I'iglit of steps that tod downward, and a breath of musty, cold air, damp and cellarlike. At last, still in unbroken silence, she knew that they had entered a large space. Their footsteps no longer The countess stared. Be guide echoed and reechoed. "The price of the alliance, madame. walked more slowly, and at Inst paus- Is the 1'rlncess Hedwlg In marriage. ed, releasing her hand. She felt again Tha committee, which knows ull lie- loach of his dummy lingers as ha things, believes that you have reason untied the knots of her bandages, lie to dislike Ibis marriage." took it off. Save that she clutched her cloak At first aha could see little. When more closely, the countess made no her eyes grew accustomed, she made move. Hut there was a soft stir among out the scene slowly. Perhaps, after all, the the figures. A great stone vault, Its walls committee as a whole did not know ull had conwhich broken into crypt things. tained caskets of tha dead. Hut tha "To prevent this alliance, madame, cnakata had been removed, and were Is our first aim. There are others to piled in a corner, and in the niches follow. But" he bent forward "the Were rlflea. In the center was u pine king will not live muny days. It Is table, curiously incongruous, and on our hope that that marriage will not cheap clock, occur before his death." It writing materials, a There were and a pile of documents. knew Hy this time Olga Losehek two candles only, and these wore si tick very welt wtiere sne stood, ine comin skulls old brown skulls so Infinitemittee was propltlutory. She was not ly removed from all semblance to the in danger, save as it might develop. they were not even horhumau that measure, putting their they had been used, They were, In a rible. It was as if they case. ' not to inspire terror, but because "King Karl has broken faith before. were at hud and convenient for the He will not support I.lvonla until he purpose. In the shadow, ranged iu a He Is de- semicircle, were nine figures, all mo- has received his price. masked, and clouked In larmllktd on the marriuge." tionless, all said "A marriage of expediency," black. They sat, another incongruity, on plain wooden chairs. Hut in spite the countess impatiently. Tha speaker for the committee of that they were figures of dread. Tlie one who hud brought her made shrugged his shoulders. "Perhaps," he replied. "Although there are those of tlie tenth. Had aha not known the past record as wlio think that In this matter of of the men before her, the rather opera expediency, Karl gives more than he houffe setting with which they i lose receives. "The matter lies thus, madame. The to surround themselves might have aroused her scorn. Hut Olgu Losehek chancellor Is now In Karnlu. Doubtless In- - will return with the ugreement knew too much. She guessed shrewdWe shall learn that In a day ly that, with the class of men with signed. whom they dealt. It was not enough or so. We do not upprove of this that their name spelled terror. They alliance for various reusons, and we must visualize It. They had taken int. nd to tuke steps to prevent It. out their cue from that very church, in- I lie puper ltseir is notmng. The plainly, countess, we need a friend In deed, beneath which they hid. church, with Its shrines und images, the pulnce, one who Is in the eou- appealed to the eye. They, too, ap- ndence of the royal family." "And for such friendship, I am to pealed to the eye. Their musks, the carefully constructed and upheld secure safety?" mystery of their Ideiitlty, the trappings "Yes, madame. But that Is not all. of deuth about them It was skillfully Let me tell you briefly how things done. stand with us. We have, supporting worklugmen'a Still no one spoke. The countess ua, certain bodies, Only her eyes showed guilds, a part of the student body, not faced them. her nervousness; sbe stood haughtily, so much of the army as we would "You do my intellihint scornfully. gence anaall honor.". "Where peaceful methods will avail, our methods are peaceful, madame." "It was. then, in peace that you murdered Prince llttliert?" "The errors of the past are past." "Make Then, with u new sternness: no mistake. Whether through your agency or another, countess, when the cathedral hell rouses the city to the king's death, and the people wait In the place for their new klne to come out on the halcony, he will not come.'' The countess was not entirely had. e Standing swaying and whltc-fncethe trihunal, she saw suddenly the ajaMan head of the little crown prince, saw hhn smiling as lie hud smiled that day In the sunlight, snw bin trouhled and forlorn as he had been when, that very eveninc, he had left them to go to his lonely rooms. Perhaps she rcnehed the biggest moment of her life then, when she folded proudly ut the her arms and star.-shrouded figures before her "I will not do It." she said. But Number Seven remained impns- slve. "A new Idea, countess!" he said suavely. "I can understand that your heart recoils. But this thing Is ln-- : evltable, as I have said. Whether you or another but perhups with time to think you may come to another conWe make no thrents. Our clusion. position Is, however, one of responsibility. We are compelled to place the of the republic before every j future d Startling News Is Crowding the Telegraph Wires Every Day Undoubtedly We HaJe Entered Upon & tbe Most Momentous Months in I the History of the Universe i$ The World Revolves Around Newspapers If you wanL ine rews anu ,n liic lisly wnne it is Kenny rxews, you must Kead Every Day. the Courier-Journal The Breckenridge News has made a clubbing al other consideration." "Thut Is it threat." "We remember both our friends and our enemies, madame. And we have only friends und enemies. There Is no middle course. If you would like time to think It over " "How much time?" She clutched at the words. Seven "Women vury," suld Numln-mockingly. "Some determiae quickly. Othera " "Muy I have a month f" "During which tho king may die! Alas, madame, It Is bow you who do ua too little honor!" "A week?" begfed the countess r by which arrangement with the Courier-Journ- al Courier-Journpeople of this section may get the every day but Sunday by mail and The Breckenridge News both a full year for $6.00. The Daily Courier-Journalone costs subscribers $5.00 per year. al is the most quoted newspaper in America. Its news and views are not excelled by any publication anywhere. Place your order through The Breckenridge News. Courier-Journal The desperutely. The leader glaaced along the line. 0m head after pother nodded alow j , PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS Having ready cash for sudden emergencies is possible only when you have saved a part of your salary or wages. Start with a small deposit if necessary. Increase it as you can and soon you will have a substantial interest-bearin- g account, and a feeling of safety, contentment, pride and independence. Hut like moat women, she could not endure silence for long, at leust the silence of shrouded figures und intent eyes. "Now that I am here," she de- munded, "may I ask why I have been summoned?" It was Number Seven who replied. It was Number Seven who, during the hour thut followed, spoke for the others. None moved, or but slightly, Kvldeotly all had been carefully pre- her head held high. arranged. the table, countess. Yon will find there some pupers you will perhups recognize." She took a step toward the table The code book und gluuced dowu. lay there. Also the letter she had sent by Peter Niburg. Sbe made no effort to dlsdulm them. "I recognize them," she said clear- ""LooTT'on -- The seutrlea through and about the palace were not unaccustomed to such shrouded figures slipping out from ns gloom to light, aud perhups to love. Before she left, she looked about the room. What assurance had she Mlttl thii very excursion was not a Do you realise what will happen. had brought her came forwafi wi)n the bandage, 0f on. week, madame, ..At a nacre will, aa tonight, be waiting ln the utret of the Wlae Virgins." "And these paper?" qq the day the republic of Ll voo, u established, madame, they a 111 De cturned to you." A bowed, and returned to his chair, wish. Dlssutlsfled folk, madne. who emblem of the would exchunge tor the movements of the mun On the an- - ,wbo placed the buuduge over her eyes, tyranny for freedom. nonncawaPt of the king's death, In there waa absolute alienee ln the m ko v room every pari or me lungooui e the cry of liberty. But the movetneut must start here. The cly must rise Prince Ferdinand William Otto was against the throne. And igalnst thut supremely happy. Three quite delightFirst, Nlk-k- y there are two obstucles." lie paused. ful thiugs had happened. The clock ticked, and futer dripped had returned. He said he felt perInto the tin pall with tneiilllc splashes. fectly well, but the crown prince "The rlrst Is this marriige. The se- thought he looked as though he had condla the Crown Prpce Ferdinand been HI, and glauced frequently at Wllllnm Otto." Nlkky's clgurette during the riding hour. Second, Hedwlg did not come The count eaa recoil!. "Nol" You think to the riding leasou, aud he had Ntk-k- y "A moment, roadape. his mask the Third, he. Prince to himself. Und badly of ua." countess divined a oMd smile. "It la l erdlnaud William Otto, wus on the not necessary to coiemplate violence. eve of a birthday. Tin- - last, however, wus not unmixed There are other uithods. The boy For the oue day the could be taken ovr the border, and happiness. hidden unUI the rubltc la firmly es sentence of exile wus to be removed tubllshed. After Shut, he Is unim so thut he might lunch with the king, I und he was to have strawberry Jam portant" wlrh hil leu, ayuje. thut Ml MS X!llL countess, if H pu le, Jcmj Tne one 0 i pivei" .A week u lg madaroe. Comrade Safety W. Honesty Courtesy Service FIRST STATE BANK, J. I'UluOTT. Hreitldeiit M Irvington, Ky. J. O. .1. 1). J. 11 BUN DUN, Caiililer LYDDAN. Ami. Canliler I'AVM Now is the time to Subscribe him. They rode and frolicked, yelled a ceive a delegation of citizens. bit, got two pontes and whacked a polo Hedwlg waa not at the riding hull over the tun burk, until tha This relieved crowu pi inee wm sweuuug ruyauy tpiu school thut morning. Prince Ferdiuuud William Otto, whose wux gloriously iiusueu. views aa to Nlkky were entirely sel"I don't know when I have been so fish, but Nlkky himself hud uuaccouut-ubihuppy," be aald, drugging out his handlost his high spirit of the morn-lu- kerchief und mopping his face. "It's He pluyed, of course, aa be al- a great deal pleauauter without Hedways did. Aud even taught tbe crown wlg, Isn't t?" prlnee how to hang over the edge ot (Continued next week). y g. wulte's sister hud sent from Knglaud. Hut to offset ull tbla, be waa to re- rils'saddle, wlille tils Horse was centering, so that bullets would not atrlke "'taaati SifMaV SHARE DANGERS WITH SOLDIERS Y. M. C. A. ADOPT WAR ORPHANS OPEN THEIR American Soldiers Plan to Help Destitute French. Interesting Sidelight of Our on ARMS a m. GO ON CASH BASIS i4Sl TO OUR GFrititRS Chinese Merchants Forced Change Methods. SSnHIK Workers Are Almost Constantly Under Fire in France. Army British Go Out of Way to Extend the Fine Spirit in Courtesies to Army and Navy Men. France. nre to Washington, fioldlen "adopt" French war orphans ami children of families made destitute by the war. through I plan proposed by the Stars and Biff pee, the soldiers' newspaper over there, and approved by the American Ited CNHt While full details of the plan ore not available, it is Interesting as n sidelight on (be tine spirit of our a liny and undoubtedly will bine a liiost profound effect upon French public asta--' Ion. The men will Ibid Hie money they put Into this service the swevtest sac-- I rltiee of their military careers, for they tire now where they can see the has full measure of suffering borne. Generational hem e some French nwn or woman eminent In art. literal lire, commerce, religion, politics or other testify that he or Hues will public! she was sustained bad; in 101S as n child by the generous action of some American, soldier. Thus the United States Is WeMtttg Indissoluble links of friendship, not only in France, but In Italy, Great Britain, Kussia. Serbia, Greece, fton mania and nil other allied countries, If our soldiers and sni'ors. already pledged to give their Uvea for their country, are Brill tag also to share tin pay with the needy civilians of France. Tlelgt tun and Italv. the people safe at home will amply support the next feed t'ross fund campaign for $100000,000 in May. Restricted Credits Since War Began Puts Stop to Age-Ol- Custom. New Tori:. MANY HAIRBREADTH ESCAPES Moment's Delay Saves Red Triangl Man From Death by Shell Experiences That Are Test for Real Man. FRIENDLY GUIDES AT HAND Ohio Man Tells of Getting Cards to Parliament From Joe Develin -Air Raid in Describes , London. New York. The eagerness of the g English and Irish to do favors to Americans on leave from military duty abroad, and the general kindness met with everywhere "over there" Is told 111 a letter of an American naval otlieer, living in Ohio, now In the war rone. He and a friend, who bad been shown friendliness by strangers they had met by accident, found on two occasions thai the men who had extended such courtesy were persons of considerable distinction. The officers wrote: "Now that I look back over It, It seems Hint my spare time w is very well spent. I utilized every moment of it. I a. el bests of people and made many friends. Beery one seemed bent on entertaining naand I can vouch for their success in this. "On one occasion not long before I left Lady Cnraon held n reception for Admiral Sims, his staff, and other American otlieers. and It was my good fortune to be Introduced to David Lloyd George. Sir William Itobortson and Balfour were among BOM of the wnn-derln- restricted cTedttl In China since the war started In I'll I, which have forced the Chinese merchants to do bUBlnen pretty much on u cash basis, wen particularly noticeable in the unusual ly small number of failures on chi nose few Your' ,j-- , which is .1,, annual settlement day in the Chlnem The heneflclal effects of National and Local Meat Business The meat business of the country is conducted by various agencies By small slaughter-house- s in villages By local Abattoirs or small Washington BurBtrng shells art everyhour experiences in everyday, tin1 lives of nil soldiers ami Y. M. 0 A. workers anywhere within 20 ntlM f the Boche guns. Dr. George Lonli from Iferlan, who has jusi Km m e where he was engaged in rt raatlon work for the Y. m. c. A., threw sonic strong light on the conditions nnilcr which nil persons linek of the trenches live and die. lie hud been asked to tell some specific of "Y"' workers under tire In commercial WOftdi According to Consul General Georgi ):. Anderson of Hongkong, banking in Inreetl in China have found that tin demand lor BceotnBsodntlonii bai fallen off tremendously daring. Hie hurt nlimd first-lin- e trenches. old-tini- e "Those OYer here who hnve not been in the war zone must forget their Idens of wurf;irc and Its dan- gers," Bald Doctor .Moylan. 'VutgSl with troops buttling acroai i plaia the size of n large BtMetlC field. Modern artillery shoots for miles and is always Every person within J1 hooting. miles of the trenches is under fire practically all of the time, yet the reports do not call this a battle. The reports announce "Die artillery was BCtlve,1 ami that means shell miles back live to twenty-livof the trenches. Dodge Shells Constantly. "Enrfy in April the (Icrmuns made night raids and their airplanes were nctiyr in homjjltii.'. Two of my or- rnw Horn iui n tr ,.oiots ,ii"Iil miles 'jficl; of the front-linnny-Wher- e e mi old Idea of open lighting, n e Dnmoarameni ior inree nays miring whicli time those 'Y" men were dndg-i., .. "On lite second day they were in a Foyer de Soldat one of the soldiers" recreation huls provided by fhe I'reneh men In charge when, within wiih five minutes two shells struck, one a few yards away, the other Bitting Ihc hut. The 'Y" men were thrown down by the concussion, it Beamed miracle they were not hit. for soldier-- ' Merc killed and wounded all BfOn them. "It is strange that although we have only about one woman worker to every hundred men workers, not n single man had been killed up to the time l left France, whereas Hun shells hud killed two of our women workers, Miss Crandell and Miss Winona Mar- '" y tin. '!n n certain woods the shells wore dropping so thickly ilmt the French As the order was not ., . ..... ,.i ,.f BCqW'ltrt iniay iWljjlt d not to leave lit an irvntiBingu n Until ncl take liis stub". Nc. morning .ie was approaching ill" I'm when a French officer stopped hlni to exchange This took Utile more than a minute, uud (he lied Triangle worker started on his way when n shell exploded on Hie path near the bur at the point where be would have been had he not been Jetulned, Close Calls Every Day. "Rome 'V winkers tire having hairbreadth escapes every day. nol every man every day. hut each In his time with a regularity to justify saying some ineh every day. Right of our n men with the Canadians have killed and we CUtlllot expect to escape They work from sh unscathed. o'clock in the morning until eleven o'clock ot night, seven days n week, wild n week off every three months and many never take their week oil". On one occasion of which I know the workers were up at three o'clock In the morning with hot coffee to warm the French soldiers coming in after wade through mud and a three-mi-le ruin. Those Poilui appreciated that "Jinny of our workers slept on tho ground In zero weather this winter, with nothing but a blanket between them and the frozen earth, and with no shelter but a hul made often of green lumber which warped, letting real man. In lev blasts. A I. -- for the toward "I went forward soltrenches to meet the American diers coming back after their baptism of fire at Cbemln des Dumea and they The were all eagerness for more. (iennans had sent picked troops their strongest men In against II less the brand new equipment, to .bat Germany had an .Americans abundance of everything, material u contrast to ml robust men. Quite ... I iie " ..nine nilell ll.eo The ih. v. taken prisoner. i. account of a Americans gave such this tight that the In themselves not praise them enoughFrench their lutfs. i fare-well- 1 most Impressive mini, not In slature, for he was much shorter than I believed Id l to be. btrt In his flue face, personality, iind sincerity of speech. He, asa Banafli dsjgfll! I think, is very wonderful. Get Cards to Parliament. cOn the day that the houses of parliament opened, some months ugo. It was rumored that the premier would speak In the house of commons. So Lieutenant Jackson and I hurried down to Westminster nt about .":"it In tlu nft"inooti, determined, by hook or crook, to get tickets to the gallery. A dignified "bobbie" pointed out BUM member of Parliament to us. and having decided on one bee tnjBe of his small stature and kindly face. JacfcBOn nml I swooned down upon him, one on either side, vw soberly explained to him with dramatic little touches thanks to.': "'. .i I how much our le ans cere set en getting tickc s. Be stood smilItttll ing at DA n very sic rt. fhlck-Sman. With an enormous In ad and I fine, honesl face, and then said, 'Hnve ye just come over-- r frrrom A;n;T-r-r-ri'V We told bin boW long we hfl been .'cress an.', he Bald thai he bed one ticket only, but that he thought that he eoii d iind another for us. B signed his .ticket Joe H'.ehli. Hi was the great Irish Unionist, a man as is amnll in stature, in mimi lira. Fnini Is ('. Axlell, the first worn- - big seen left.as be with MtOthflV memriled lie in the United Slates to he appointnn Introduced. This wni ed by executive order to a federal ber, whop he commission, has been promoted by Hie John Hums, the Labor leader. "That : s n notable afternoon lu president to the tlllllriaalishlp of the Hi" house of commons, Ascjutth, with United Mates Employees' Compsnsn oratory, but She was BUtda a his beautiful cud precise Hon coniniission. pura year ago.' acclaim to lack that sincerity of member of the Commission pose and speech which 's demtarul w ith Lb yd George, asfed BBestlona "i BARE HILLSIDES; the premier, the answers to which REFOREST would apparently have given vaiuabh Scarcity of Timber Moves Mining Infeemntlon to tin- enemy, ami the. pre Companies In Pennsylvania to mler's lel.se, flashing reply caused Take Action. some few dramatic moasentnt "Tin n there were Hie air mid-'li- e n.e.elton, I'a. The scarcity of lumse proved very exciting nt llr-- l ber for mine pillars and other mine but flnady they lost tUetl interest f a uses has led to Hie creation of a low- me and became so cnim.ionph.ee thai est ry depart inent by several of the' I paid little attention to them, only large mining coMpunles, one of staying Inside to avoid being hit b which has just reforested Hear Creek the fulling shrapnel. watershed wilh .'.INN) white pine and Describes Air laid in London. o.(HH) Norway spruce trees. "I was awakened by the guns In the re trees are III outer defense at 4'M In the morning, thirty In use in process of cultivation nt Hugo, l'a., in and then the Inner defense guns bethe Panther Creek valley. When tim- gan to bark. The BMMMJ was u slim ber Ik ready to cut in the vicinity of crescent in the sky, am! It wus u beauthe mines troublesome waits and long tiful night, although cold. 1'rcsonHy hauls will be eliminated. the f it i ii t drone of the raiding planes More timber in tin- iiulhriiclte region could be disiinguishcil and there came would stop Hoods, add to the water the reverberating rumbles of bombs supply, reduce the drought periods being dropped. Finally the noise of and enable the anthracite industry to the motors died away and the guns on add to Its output. Many thousands of the coast could be heard, throwing up acres are available about the mines their burrnge nt the returning Hun for reforestation. planes, and at about six the bugles Were sounding 'all clear' through the et b ' I MRS. FRANCIS C. AXTELL other celebrities. Tin- premier Is n three years. Prior to the wtif Bd from time lm memorial 1l. is annual settlement t!n has entailed efforts of ee. s ft the part of the Chinese to raise nmne) for liquidating their debts accumulate! during the year. Frequently they have had to sel much of tln lr stock in business at i great loss, even personal properly u well, n order to raise suflioient fundi to "save their fi.ee," ns It Is called An annual street fair for the Bala B nil sorts of property, personal MM Otherwise, has been an custom In Hongkong for generations ill;. lost for centuries, while nt the saim time both foreign and domestic bent have placed large sums on accoraroo d'i'ion. In the last three years, hov. Bver, loans have been "small, proper', sides have been light in coinparisoi He- - street fair has become th 1. 11, occasion tor sales to Chinese Inateni of Bales by Chinese to foreigners. Though the Chinese merchant's vol MM of business bus in some tn stances been somewhat curtailed, a a result of his having had to operai on much shorter credits than he ha been BCenatOtned to. Ills net profits a the end of the year, through not hn lug been forced to sneriliee nii rchan dlse ai a loss, have been nuiterlall Packing Houses in towns both Using only a part of the local live stock supply and Furnishing only a part of the local demand for meat. These slaughtering and distributing agencies fill a well defined but necessarily restricted place in the distribution of the products of live stock. But only packers like Swift & Company, organized on a national scale, are able to undertake the service that is more vitally important, involving An Obligation to the Producer To purchase for spot cash all the live stock the producer may send to market for slaughter. Increased. It Is said also that Hie Chinese men have come to see the advat tages of the new system, and that nil probability they will never go hue to the old. ha-ne- ss An Obligation to the Consumer To make available to every consumer, everywhere, in season and out, the full supply and variety of meat products, of the highest standard that the market affords. Year Bool: of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. COMMANDS JAP ARMY Ac!dresg Swift & Company, Union Slock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company, U. S. A. .' 1! If-- r v MAGNESIA CURE FOR CANCER CAUSE OF V.l'EI FEELING '.-- "1 i' French Scientist Gets Good Results in Many Cases in Testing New Theory. PeoWilh f v Complaint. Ccmr--ple Everv Morning, Due to Pressure of Too Much Purin. tLi I':irls. The theory that cancer Is not of BBjerobM nrlgin, but is due to the excessive cliniiiiallnn of certain substance normally contained in the blood, is supported by u report of the resen relies of I'rofessor I'ulmrd. just published by the Aeiideiuy of Medicine. Finding Hint the svstetn of ciincer- ous subjects wus piirtieulnrly sior In magnesia, I'rofessor 1 Hi I uud administered huge doses of it to patients openited on for ciincer. and n ixirts encouraging results in u large number of cases. 16 Chicks From 15 Eggs. New Castle. l'u. Juuies Wooils placed 15 eggs under it lieu uud Id chickens were hutched. One of the eggs must have produced two chicks, he thinks, but he has nut bceu ablu to Identify the "twins." 0 Wgglffffg NVtt.pupT l'n!un i ObmtuI t'ounl Musukl Toruuclil the commander lu chief of the Japn nese uimy. EAT etrci "It wus reported that two of the ten raiders were brought down. It seems that the crews of these Got ha planes wear electrically heated clothing, ami S Wllkesburre, l'a. To settle u E ill one machine the heating elements in E bet of $10 as to which could kill E tin- pilot's clothing absorbed so much (iorthe most Huns, J unickl, twenty-eight- , Alexander John- E current that, being unable to disconand nect them, ho wus forced to descend. Oorlnskl, twenty three, enlisted The Gothus have u wing spread of con2 In the United States army here. siderably over 100 feet, nre twin moS "We have arranged to carry u tored, and carry u crew of three men S stick over with us," said (lorpilot, gunner, and bomber. Itelng twln- DMMtoeed, their tonorot is double hum is S muckl, "and every time one of E us knocks .. Hun over a notch Z very ilisilnc i e. On the most hrillluut E on the stick will go to that ninn's of moonlight nigl.ls, when the thrum 5 credit. We trust each other. S of their motors Is quite strong, It Is 5 When the war is over and we Impossible to see the planes at their come back the mull with the E height of u mile or more. On the .lark E er n. gl.ts they may sometimes S most notches wins the bet." he Old Landmark Falls. forced to show lights in order to rethe best 3lllllllimillllllllllllllIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIrt Tenu. One of MemDhls tain their flying formation, uud then, If ; ' landmarks on the Mississippi k you ure fortunate, you uiuy glimpse Salle Short Pants; Enlists. A tall sycamore tree light moving across river is gone. Steubenvllle. O. "I sold my J "...be Arkansas shore near pants at Newport News," writesshort these tiny points o' Gilthe sky. h"U 'Semphls. a. "The majority of the people display bert K Boycan, a negro boy aged fifyJursserve.li.su mark for river teen, from somewhere In France to his no fright during the raids." by the been undermined us The writer of the letter was for l'laying truant from fallen Into he purenls here. of the water and waa one of the school to see some selective soldiers some time at fuelled to the staff of Vice Twain Mark river. juckataff Of depart, the boy decided to join the Admiral Sims and spent four months fwued pilots bo held the uriny uud eullsted at Wheeling, W. Vb, lu London, bis boat on the tree. i , t" ' fJllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllHH 1 Bet $10 on Who Will Kill the Most Huns (s. John Plans Return With One of Kaiser's Buttons Kingman, Kan. When John nnrllebl, colored, conies home from France, if. he ever does, and brings a bullet: off the coal or trousers of Kaiser Hill he will have iiiiid ii line assessed against li i in by Police Judge Harlow. John recently "hung u shovel" around tho neck of u fellow worker. He wus lined u few dol- save "WHEAT ONE I: ;lP The familiar eenaltina in w hich one goinl wakes up in the BomltuT, after InlRhfa rest, with a dry mouth, spirit depressed, feeflnj; tired, aching nil over, was rxplmueil by !r. Nathan land in the eoaaraB Boaewater of "i of ii discussion t a recent meet In? e die American Me Heal association, lb- said BttrB a person will go ahead arid do a bard til jr'B work and feel better as the hoars pass, until In tho ening all signs of trouble have gone. Aneh ii person often had severe pnlns of which III the abdomen, the muaclefl I sensitive; but the WAN extremely i' ore they were p' ssed the less sensl- I ve t In y I ante. 'Pii . rnndlHsn '"! not. ns often due to Inteatlnsl toxnemia, or poison 1, l' ot ih,. lo.'d by the products nl uilperfel tly d.gested food, but to pressure of too much purln In the svstein. When the foods dhal ure rich In plirilis are given tip the sufferers mp-- i lly lmH ive. They were never really (aligned, their swnptoins being merely a Miiiuliithm of Utlglie. ' fie ' 7 LEFT BEHIND lars, lief ore lie ptild the Hue ho was culled to the colors. The Judge told him what he could do. ami the negro replied: "That's alio' (air 'nough, boss. I'll do mall best to bring back dut button." Champion Whittlar. Big Flat, Ark. W. J. Sword It ninety years old, yet he holds a sum Hword Is chumpiot championship. hit Her of Arkansas. He challenge! ull coiiieis. W illi a trusty pocketkulfi he begun whittling on drygoods boxei Now he curves oul Of ty years ago. bird bouses, hoe handles and Uttl windmills. do they object to bifli aeven lu the f an Uy and ids auto holds only six. Muzle Kit iv -- Why . There are MM If.'H''' i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leavin, liirm moham. Ala., visited Mr anil Mrt. Chapter John Heavin last week The Hardinsburg Red Cro Harry Smith, Akrnn, Ohio will arare very grateful to the branches that ilinner when they had rive the midd e af the month for a visit helped with the They cleared with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lum the all dav meeting Smith. Harry Is tekmg a course in Msg1 5" he dinner. Telegraphy. C. V. Robertson has bought the wireless Messrs. Joe and J M. Herndon, Chairman 2nd Red Livery Harn from Cross Drive 4th magisterial district Henry Trent. Louisville reported that HHt has bean subscrihtd Mr. H. H Beard was in the qjota being galyJttOI last week. piano Miss Julia Lyon assisted in slight Miss Judith K'.len Heard had a and violin recital at the Louisville on her nose last Friday. operation Conservatory Monday evening she is Mr and Mrs. I). I), liowtll and Mrs. one of the advanced poplls at the Sim Payne attended the decoration at Conservatory. llen'sley Thutsday Misses Mary Brown and Mildred Jlidgt J R. Layman, Khz ib;thlown Brown spent the week end in Louisville was In town last week. with Mr. and Mrs. Walk-- r Hrown. at the Forty hours devotion was Mts C. J Carnegie is disposing of St. Romaulds church from Sunday unher household goods in preparation to til Tuescliy. move to Chicago where Mr Carnegie Mrs John O'Reilly Jr. and son'and has work. Miss Annie O'Reilly havt returned from Mrsdames C. W. Hawes, Margaret Louisville. Chsmrierlam, Misses Elizabeth Cain, Monarch and Russell K.velvn Hramlette and Kthel Louise Miss Martie If.ioU motored to Louisville last Thurs Hawes, Messrs. J D. Ashcraft and day. Hayden Hramlatte ware id Louisville Messrs. Sherman Hall, Johu I. Slriw last week '.orge Hess and A. R. Kinoheloe, Kev I'aul M. Watson preached at Paul Cumptou attended the Hankers the Presbteriau church Sunday he Conversion at Hodgensville has been called to this pastorate to Mrs. A. T. Heard was in Glen Dean fill the place of Rev. H. E. Reeves who last week the guest of her parents, nas gone to Adairvillc Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shain, (luston J. T. II ben attended Mr. BM Dean's were in town Sa uraay. funeral at C,!eu Dean last week. D. Hook and daughters C Mrs Gilbtrt Macy carried the mail on visited at Union Star last week. Rural Route :t last week. Mr. Dejar-netl- e was sick YOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE TJpnnlo look at your faci A ihnnqnml Misses Martha and Katie Meador left Monday for Matoon. III., for a visit to while one glances at your feet yet i their sister, Mrs. Dee May and Mr. you spend money to keep your shoe In condition and neqlect your face. May. RED CROSS Shaving Lotion (tho Htsh p made a busintss trip Mrs luxury), mrike3 old faces look young and keeps all faces in tho to Louisville last week. This and other RED Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Heard sons, nlnk of condition. CROSS toilet articles sold only by Marvin Jr. and Ralph have returned A. K l'isher. Cloverport, Ky. from Loui-v:llADJECTIVE Mi Frank has bought a new Max "SOME" AS AN well car. Attached Irviu Tavlor curie down from Louis Popular American Slang Has to a Wealth of Meaning witn his ville Tnursday lot a si the Word. family. has returned MfeN Margaret Peyton Tlie Amerlenii hnhlt of rolnlnc new to 11 mtingt' n, W. Va , after a short moaniti'.'s f'r words already Kno vn Is Mr. and Mr. F. Closely allied to that of eolnins words, vi-lo net pan.-r.ts-, wrlti s P. .Tefii rson Weber ill the North Peyton W. for MDsmpte, has ai rived home AmaAcM Review. Take, i hi.ip VYalUgglOl tint t niueh summer the eurreti! sialic use of from Lexington to spend the used word "some.'' What I ueidlh of wit ti hi ptfHU, Mr. and Mrs Nat mugging gad hMhragtUai the Ameri-rnWallingtou. bus hrrcartad for the word! came lime from Ml.--lie "Some" iis nn advert nay ba heard Bodgeuvtila Setatd .y W be with her in many psaeea, ror laataatai in tfea Ttlgg valley i.islriet of Ievon, the namatlitr (lurtftg th-- swmgsi r "it did rata ggaa ., tives mjiy Mr. Rav DyOtto, X ishville, But the Amarlcag would lis' wis t - gaoktol Ifiu Keturali Johnson tha word ns nn gdJectlTa aad say. las W Joesday and Thursday "Thnt was some rain yesterday." This Nftttaniel Shftlu au, Camp Ta It t is nso is- hnrd t define. In the middle the ictie.-- t c.i ills parents Mr. and Mis. of the Inst eeiitury "some." meaning considerable, at aotabia, w:is called "a Gus Mtcllman aJaag word." Today "some" from nio'lern Otorgs Gregory h al is alrnoat limitless in Its capacity for guest "t hi- tawbst, application, Lexina'on the it taapHai appraral, en- Mrs V. T. Gregory. thnaiaani, aaMami. wonder, admiraohoSjOB attended tion, disgust or nrnuseriient. Miss Keturah Tba seeds may luive been sown In mett : tf the K am ' li Le igtil Horn wall, In Devon or In Lnnen-hlrWest Porn, l rIM doiiM If a nntlve of nny Rev. II BtMMfl gad faitiiiy In.vj . Of Hstag roWBtlag would ever sny turiud from Sample where they were tlenlly, "We had some fun lnt tin- gaasta "f his congregation. night," or s:renstle:i!!y. 'This is some Mi. Margaret Mav and on. Wane! book!" Another word to which Ainerl-enti- s haaa glrai u new naasUai l tho Mrs. have rone to Nashville to vi-men ndse verb "r::iso." In S. A i'tte and Mr. Pat. eroiis; In Ann rlen. they also raise . I. W Tieut entertained Mr. nod Mi-Friday ftftefgtWO uutuber id little falsa la m oi.o of the second birthday of CHINA LOSING TRADE IN TEA Heurv Trent their hi, Mrs. (i is Sliell'.nan has returned from Genera! Opinion Tint Scientific Cultia lisit to Louisville. vation of the P'ant Has Been Bcyun Too Late. he-II.-- tafter-shavin- g it n A-- i r Te-iohe, : it Kie-'hind, eldl-dreJo.-e.j- HARDINSBDRCi at Paducah Juni 11 . BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT A. B. SKILLMAN, President SECURITY-WE RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting Cashier s THE BANK OF SERVICE CONTENTMENT ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN denuindod that the cup should he pnss-efrom hand to hand. In ninny midnight gatherings of Alsn-tigallants stubbed themselves In order to drink with their blood the henlth of the worn in on whom their henrt.-- t were sot. Kansas City Journal. 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits d GERMANS BDAST OF OWN CRUELTY Toll n Summer Time These first days of summer have heen real summer days in the full sense of the word and make you feel the threat need of thinner clothing. When to Shut Your Eyes. In nn article about Thomas Bdleoa In the Aaaarleaa ilagaalaa, wminm MgiailW the wire president of the Bdtaoa naapaajTi snld: "t)ne bit ef eNeeutlve strnteK.V that I learned from BAaon bus stood me in foot ataad n dozen times. Ha had the rlaa habit of kwrarfgg when (o shut There lire times In every Ills eyes. OntaniaatiOfl when controversies nrlse between even the most loyal and best Sometimes InttntlOsMd MhordtlMltaa. It is the wisest thins for the man at the top to know ggtMag whatever nboiit them, to let them work them'I learned a great mnny selves out. vegra ago,' Mid Lincoln, 'that In n gM between limn and wife, g third party should never i.'ot between the Neuiral Nations How Church and House Are Destroyed, MEANT White Materials IS AS A WARNING Circular Recit-- s Amount of Booty Seized in France and Belgium, and Mistreatment of English Prisoners of War. For Shirt Waists, Skirts and Dresses; children's clothes you can find nothing that surpasses our stcck. eoman'l lve."' skillet and the man's ax-h- ( Washington.' Teutonic frlyht fulness as practiced in franco and Bed jrlum has been made the subject of a Qenaaa warning to neutral nations of the fate which they may expect If they take up arms against the central powers. Get the 7hrift Stamp habit no Keep Cool Men need not suffer from heat if they wear the right kind of summer underwear, socks and shoes. We can make vou comfortahle. Tact and Charm. conversation offers the opible portunity to eliminate nil diaagi ic's worries BBd topics. To lay iisid keep one's troablei from obtruding. The snme slvmld be snid of nil ocea.idtis end ::o id form Darticnlaliy de notes that dinner, and formal dinners Bl that, should be freed of personnl burdens retailed. At all times ghre Interest as well as try to Insjiire It and one of the emphatic wnys Is to let the person who humane to be sneiikin:: leive your un divided attention. Attention and concentration amount to about the same Quag ami should apply to what one Is oneself sayinu' as well as hearing. Dinner lo Prehistoric Timei. Whaddye Say. you! Iloneehiscl mean by snenkin' Into my cave nn' dentin' up my daaghtarl I did call on Btonehammer- - Tea. your danghter aad beat her up some. Hat I aafare you, sir, my intentions were honorable. "If there are nny still thinking of siding with the allies let them fake warning from the fate of others," says the winning. It is In the form of a lint of circular, which recites the i booty seized in t rance mid Belglnm, damaged and the number of chnn-hedeal rayed, the money wrung from the stricken Inhabitants and finally Undeliberate BrtatreatBMaf of KngTlaa prisoners of war. C.ennan iironaandlsts have flooded Spain with this document printed In Spanlab, and copies have come Into the possession of flu- state depart- ment Having established its Qenaaa origin the department made public - 7 his is National Baby We I. B. aaaM!MS RICHARDSON Garfield, Kentucky :m this translation : "llesales an untold amount of war material captured on the battlefield the Germans have taken possession of incalculable booty in France und Belgium, including: Average watches Underwear RmbfeMoriM High Kratle watches und 417 I striving to do We are stillour customers. please our very hest MM 1MB women's hnnd- - kerchiefa t'mlirelhis and parasols Silver spoons liutta s of ahaaagagai aJJg 3,iCj C23,coo MJJ show n large In "Tbesi' crease over those of the campaign against Fiance in 1S70-71- . "Punich Catholic Churches." "In Padglum, besides many nrt tr. aearee, they have conflaeated old paintings valued at &O0Q.OOQ pesetas. "Due to the treaela ry of Cardinal Mi Ihm t. .V , n j oilier Drigataj who did to sMr the priests iiL'.iiMs-- t rtod Qenaaa oi- tic good-he:'dieis, they were forced to teach a severe b soii to the Hfllglgn and French Catholics. aOd their utmost . -- We have now on sale a nice line of Dry Cioous in Voiles, Lawns, Crepe DeChines, Wash Silks, Linens and a heautiful line of Ginghams and Percales. These goods are scarce and awful hard to get. We hought them so they can he sold at great hargains. Our ladies' ready to wear hats, beautiful patterns, will be closed out at Bargain prices. Don't fail to look at them. A nice line of Ladies' Slippers in these go at reduced prices. F a Read tn take advantage of all tese bar. nice line ol truits on ham! ,.Ai ISread on Wednesdays lie Cream every Saturday. i I. . .J. I'nlhedinls destroyed Kendered uiisei vli cublu Churobea destroyed Reagarei unservictablo Totul 4 3 ui M lit 68 iRYlMjIOiN Miss He, or. H.iwKins, Oerooro has been the Sliest of Mrs. John Miiss Mis Turner and vrandaoe. Win Heroert F.me, Louisville are visitor of Mis. Cornwall. Victor Lyon is home from Kusseil-villwheid lie atteuueri school. County Kuv.1 Adininintratot , W. J. PiKgott nas beer. rot;fiod that all prices on coal gg basn reduced 10c par ton at the mines. Effective .May i'i Mr s Jam s Mal.n, Lexington is tha guest of In r gj atari. Mssdarnes. S P. Parks and J. M ileindon Other Kiiiks Ctgagy SRgChgaf. Tiyhr spetil tha aeih end witli Ins parsntn. Mrs. Mollis Iternpstar ana cntldrsu attended tha funeral of Dr H T. Dempster at Olen Dggg last Monday Mrs. W. N. Holt is visiting Mrs. Wallace at I'oroui, thsy will go lo Virginia to tee their sister, Ms. "And your are sure you love met" nee yoiiV , Why. nrietlag. while I on the porch was hUkilag you jjood-blaSS aighl you;dog Ml a ileee out I I never of the calf of my lea noticed it till I ga) home." - J I :. "In Poland also a large number of churches have been destroyed for military reasons. The ligures concerning R. W. JONKS Glen Dean, Ky. hose have not yet been published. "As a raanli gf tin' stupid atgbaorn- ness of the llelgian i pie in conlin- - Olag China l tea trade Is not keepin? ;mee wi'h the world's consumption of tea. SHEEP FIT IN WITH FARMING e Scientific ctilllvntion lnstend of gMtaagg and the use of machinThan More Economically Produced ery are beinc used In the effort to Any Other Live Stock Grazo ragala tae laal coauaardal groaad. on Noxious Weeds. The mlulsti-- of - ii iiltlU'e has estabfarm, ami the first tea lished a model Sheep, In proportion to the value of bvovrg on it gag sent to market this Ihoir iiroilucts a iv orodllecil lllliri' eco- -' year. It U snid to have been of ggad BOaalcaUy on the farm (Baa any other! qunilty. but no details are yet availstock; the feed and labor require-- 1 able of the aealpmeat and metikesji aunts uro loss. They lit In with prac- Foreign tea ama seem to tically every kind of farming; get employed, gave little faith In the results of this much of Hair subsistence from forage, attaaapted reform and consider it gtv from grazing weeds and glass that likely that Chinese teas will ever would not support other stock. They the leglUpI place in the markets oaf almost no feed that has n value of the world. It Is said thai Chinese as human food, and need less grain leas huve less tannin than oile r tens, than other animals. They add mategrasVM are and that tlM liner rially to the farm U'Venue, but udd in delicacy of flavor; but the very little, relatively, to the farm exaverage tea drinker seems to lind the pense. teas of India and Ceylon satlsftK tory. old-timg unsiii-passed and final defeat on the battlefield, the Qenaaa Ofleerg were forced, against their will, to Impose punishments on many rich individuals and wealthy cities. This has contributed the following amounts to the Herman treasury : . . the snuggle after their bl l BEWLEYVILLE tae watk en' v suth and at! aded cnildi Punishments geearltjr Forced contributions Total Ragriagki Misses Martfarite and Isabelle Payne the two attractivj daughters of A. H. I', scots. Payne are visitors in Hardlnsbuig the KT.CO.1.000 grandparents, Mr. and llgMJtg' gnaett al their i:,.:.vi.')io 4 . i.s."0 ...KO.OTl.K) o "This nmount Includes a fine of 000 pesetas imposed on the Alsatian children who Insist on speaking the French language and refuse to study the beautiful Certnan language. These statistics are a most useful warning to the neutral countries. "If there are uny still thinking of siding with MM allies let th"in take warning from the fate of others." How Toaats OriQinated. The custom of dtinuing the health of the most popular man at the tablu has its foundation iu the ancient pracPrewitt. tice originated by the Creeks und James Skillman who has been in adopted by the Romans uf drinking to Louisville fur several months is at the the jagg and the dead, observes an Biggs House for the summer season. exchange. The Creeks anil Komans later I. . can Mr. and Mrs Qggrgjg Board and son, the practice of snaking t tags atfcgfi Holt spent the week end hare. the custom of Mr. and Mis. Nawaoui Gardner und from this ggglg toastinglviug men. Hut health drinkspent last wetk iu Evansville. ing in its modern form, originating in Mr. and IV.rs, C H. Ainster, tin Kngiaini iu the royatartag days of Ky are spending several days Charles II. begins with the custom of . M. P. Payne. dunking lo tin- laities or to uny womwith Mr and I Krabs left Thursday fur an who happened lii be the reigning Mrs. H giuthrie and Nashville where ehc will belle of the court. Many and various were the quaint visit relatives. customs associated with the toasts of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott will at those days. For example. In certain wedding tend the Kowlaud- Piggott eibmi'lle '. "II , M-s- Boast Also of Cruelty. also iu Ibis document that more than MkttO llrlllsh have The children of this neighborhood been made prisoners, and In this con- are busy getting ready for children's BEST FOR BUSINESS FARMER nection tin- following statement Is day tba firal Sunday in June. , made: Mis Mary Louise Hsrdswav spent "Although to these figures the EngFact Remains That Purebred Animal lish oppose I JI.SiiC Oermag prisoners Thursday in likron where sha is tak la Beat Suited for Utility takag by them on the western (MBA, It ing music. Purposes on Farm. mug! be remembered the Kngllsli treat Mai Mabel Trent of High Piains Fanners used to think that pure- their prisoners with notable kindness spent the week end the vutst of the bred animals excelled common stock (blandura gOttoHa), "bile file regime Misses Wilson. only iu show qualities, und that for imposed on the Fnglish prisoners by Urandeuburg Dav d Cunningham, be Ioniums Is one of extreme rigor, utility purposes they had no addiThursday. tional value. Hut It has been proved so thul the (ieiinans, with a small was in town Mrs. D. C, Herou has au Overland that everj show point lias a vital con- number of prisoners, have secured a nection with utility qualities, and after niueh superior moral effect. car. "Hesldes, to the -- JtH officers und all Is said about the uselessneas of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury and Walfancy points, the folly of flue pedi- Sli25 soldiers, must be udded the sevter motored to town Friday evening. grees, und thi' absurdity of high priced eral thousand Kngllsli prisoners that Mr. and Mrs Tom Wilson and family ancestors, the fact reinuins Unit the have died in consequence of disease, pure bred galBagl l 'be goaMMMNM scanty food aud" other accidents In and Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Wilsou motoranimal for (he business furmer. Qanaag concentration camps." ed to Uiaudenburg and spent the s The figures regarding Hrltlsb wn k end with Mr. aud Mis. Paul 1 ag real, or sab your bouse and lot It is exiilulned. refer to the totul Wilsou. V 0 Babb me Att'v. prior to the recent drive lu i'lcardy aud Miss Virgiula Head, Irvington spent Subscribe now for th News Fluiidera. It Is claimed Mrs. Milton Wast Mrs. E. P. Hardaway spent a tew days recently in Louisville. Mrs. Uoyd Keiin, Louisville is visit huj her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs H. IX Cain of near tjus on atleoded church here and were dinner guests of Mrs, W, W Keith. A good crowd enjoyed the Ked Cross apeghiag here Monday evening. Miss Jakie Powell, Klizabethtown visited her sister, Mrs John Triplett for the week end. Sunday,. Mrs. Etorao. ., k stith McCoy L'nion visiiors in 1 week' Those froafBere who atten a- StaLe prla-,,i,.t- Knssel, Mr. and Mrs. Kiovd n-- i and son Chesley, Ace Miller ch ren, ftirs. jonn triplett, Mrs. Kate I t rare, d ramue llaudy and! vasjtoinu, u children and Clyde Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. t,eu K. Com.an- "OIVVH I Misses Dorothy Miller and Laura Mali Stith motored to Webster Wednesday and were guests jf Mr. and Mrs. Tom Compton. Mr. and Mrs, Chas D. Hardaway entertained to dinner bunday Mr. Mrs. 8, T. Sttth, Mr. and Mrt. K. Coinptcn and Oorotby, Wiaea 1 Fuote, K.lla Wilsou, Kvetyn G Laura Melt Stith, Messrs. I'ui t K ,ule Walter Drury and Percy Foots. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hardaway and Miss Clara Louise Hardaway spent the week end with Mr. aud Mr A. W. Foots on Pilot Uldie. Mrs, Albert Jultz. (neeOunte Footc and Miss Ada Mae Hoot. uouisvlll are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hardaway visiting relatives hare. Tha ice cream supper given by Red Cms of mi place was quft success linancially. The memos: sf li. 0. Blanford's Sunuay cuooi glgag b tve orKanUed a bakel ball tsaui and play svery Saturday on Mr. Hlaufoid's Igwn. The boys eujoy tne spurt tniuieussley, memorial anHecoration at ,. graveyard Thurt Mrs Tom Tripletl, j,ir Amos Si pes and suns, Charles . I 1 J