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WEDNESDAY, .IUNP. 12, 1918. awaw Pages No. 50 tfa a at itaaawawtt mm .. n- ... MMMWWMMMM MMM im CUPID WINS IN SPITE OF KAISER A YOUNG MAN'S LIFE DR. H. CLOSES J. BEARD IN IN. W. S, COMMITTEE MEETING JUNE CHICAGO UNIVERSITY Taking 28 An announcement was received here lasi week from a soldier boy to his parents saying, "We went to a little church around the corner, and lived happily ever afterwards." This is the culmination of a love affair that begun some two or three years ago when the young couple met in the employ of the same business man in The couple there formLouisville. ed an attachment for each other that npened into love and all plans were made to marry and locate in Wisconsin when the army draft disarranged their plans. The young man was called to the colors a few weeks ago, and the young lady joined him in Louisville on Wednesday last where they were quietly married by the Rev. A. T. Kasey and the above unique announcement sent the groom's parents The voting soldier is Virgil Alexander Rabbage, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Y. (i. I'.abbage of this city, and his bride is Miss Klizabeth Mac- Arthur, of Scotland, but who, for sev- il years lias lived with her titter Long Island. New York. The Breckenridgt News extends congratulation to the happy couple. Former Cloverport Boy Louisville Takes Scottish Girl for His Mr. Harry Board of to Intestinal Succumbs Bride. Sends Unique AnDecling Health In Trouble. nouncement Card. Several Years. Born at Holt Ky. The funeral of Mr. Harry Board who Through the request of Mr. V. L ing I9IS War Savings Stamps to the died of iuleslinal trouble on Wednes Maltha Wa, Superintendent of the graded maturity value of lfy.MS 00 In da) evening June ", at his home yii tad Public schools, Livermore, Ky., Older to distribute this allotment of West St. Catherine street Louisville, the following letter is published in be- War Savings Stamps equitably among whs held from the Baptist church in half of Dr. Harold J. Reaid, son of Mr tht various parti of the county, a this city Friday morning at eleven and Mrs Taylor Heard of Hardinsburg. quota has betn attigned for each o'clock. The service was in charge of lKy.,aod who is at present taking a school district, which wtll be stated at Rev. A. N. Couch and followed 'by the special course in Kye, Bar, Nose ami the opening of the meeting in each interment in the Cloverport cemetery Throat work in the Chicago Univer schoolhouse on June 2K. which was conducted bv the local order sity. In order to raise the total amount ol the Masonic Lodge. Livermore, Ky., June IMS. BdttOT from this county, it wtll be necessary The active pall bearers were: Messrs jot Bteckenridge News, Cloverpoit, Ky. that each school district subscribe the naaLaM jjfjlW J. C. Nolte, R. T. Folk, J Byrne Dear K litor: Thinking that a word a ID mount allotted to it. This will not Stvers, David B. Phelps, Randall concerning Dr. II J. Beard would be of impute any hurdcu on any person in Weatherholt and C. G. Brabandt. interest to the many readers of your the district if each person does hit Mr. Board, who was 35 years old, was paper and to scores of his friends iu duty, and the parsons conducting the bo n in Holt, Ky., and the son of Mis. Breckiarldga county. I am acting in meetings in each school district have Roberta Head Board and the late behalf of his host of friends in Liver- been instructed to insist upon the total Walker Board, a merchant of Holt. In more and McLean county who are imouut allotted to it being subscribed his early manhood, Mr. Board went unstinted in their praise of him both as before the meetings aie adjourned. to Lojisvilh" to seek employment and a citizen and physiciau in writing this Paul l 'ompton, "'ar Savings Chairbefore his health declined, he was emarticle lor vour paper. man for Breckinridge county Kentucky. Dr. H J. Heard who has been locatployed there in the Western I'nioE office Appointed by the State War Sdvirgs as a telegraph operator. ed at Livermore since M0 and who has Director James 1!. Blown under the Mr. Board was married ten years ago rec.-iitlleft to take a special training authority of the Secretary of the to Miss Alma Ruwlett, daughter of in Chicago University preparatory to 1'nited States T reasury. MISSES LOUISK and J EN ETTA CARTER. Judge Rowlett of Lagrange, Ky. Beenter a greater field of service has heen HW trt r. so faithfully described as to his life, vene cause of his genial nature, he w.is v. hov are the hHninmn daughten .f Mr. and Mr year at Ku.sellville. Ky., pecially well liked and made many of InringtOD, ll'id Uev. J, S lloiirv's First II Is ( 'omniuni (' IS.S, character and public service in the re- June this The Cloverport League in Cloverport during his visits Mfej ;iu. it r the of the friends wdio kuow him friend marks St Rom chore!) In this ckj, will be represented at the Conference Breckinridge Boy in here to his parents while they made ltd) and wtll, both as a citizen ard by its new president, Miss Mary Camp Wadsworth this their home a physician that there seems little left who leaves Satnrd.tv for LouisBesides his widow and mother, he is for me to do except reiterate what thev ville to visit Mrs Win tiibson for a FARMER KILLED V. I have said; Iu priv.ite Ufa his qualities few days before Nine of the Breckinridge county survived bv two inters, Mrs. going to Kussellville. Miss Lee Board of Lonis-Ivillwere sociability, kindness anil a getiei. boys who were called in the draft I'.iastitr and ousspitit. In business on February 15. were transferred in Huh-uh- ! L NEAR CLOVERPORT life lu- was a prolesional and man with Not Me! broad minded a months time from Camp Zachary IM natural common taBte; a man of (WtUtaai Bereebell la Indl Active Junior Red Cross. Tajflor to Camp Wadsworth, aim poll. News.t positive opinions and hrm convictions S. C., and the latest news Nat R. Shellman and Roy T. Cliff Stinnett Stabbed in Jugular ict he was willing, unless some vital Co'aa Ah ain't sajin' Ah won't do that comes from them is very gratiDes whut ma country want me to, .Stephensport, June 10. (Sp.cial) McCoy to be Sent to Camp fying to their friends and families in The Junior Red Cross Society of this C'Ri principle whs involved, to consider But dev's one j b dat Ah fo' .see Vein Instant Death. thought might be the sounder what r the home county. Ain't gwine to 'tach itse'f to me place has O5 members and they Pike. Little Rock, Ark. ley Gives Himself Up To Mar- judgement of his frieuds. Soon after the boys arrived in Huh ahl Not me! the direction of their superintenne recoroa ot ur. Haard i practice Camp Wadsworth, W. VV. Stone and dent, Mrs. C. B. Waggoner report the Cause Not bear ample testimony to his capacity for Dat's dis Mullen. shal ahplane stuff No, Bots, Two of Breckinridge cour.l's young Ken Randy, who are among the nine, following work accomplished since the men who will hencrfoith be dtstlaKBth-e- d work aud his dispositiou to discharge Ah'll bah some othah kin' ob cross, Known. were appointed acting corporals. society's organization; I7 quilts, 12 the silver in the military service b his duty. To him, as to every one, Lik drive a mule er tote a gun. They had six weeks of intense train- dresses, 5 underskirts, 24 handkrohitfs, Nat R. .Shellman and came the call to citizenship; and his But Ah ain't tlirtiu' wif de sun examination 6 wash clothes, 5 tray covers, 4 comfort bar are Lieut. ing and on May 2i, took Pot the first time within many vears civic pride and active interest in all Huh.uh! Not me! McCoy. They received officers. Han- kits, 2 blabkets, 19 pvzzles, 8 drawers, Lieut. Roy T. or their commissions as second Lieut- Cloverport as the scene of a killing on movtmeuts that go to the betterment Kf Ah mus' do a loop de loop, for Corporal and Stone 2 baby layettes. dy &T39f4 enants in the national armv on June lust Friday morning when Mr. William of a town, county and state speak of Let mine be 'rouud some chicken coop; for Sergeant: Iserg. Stone has been from the Tnird Officers Training Camp O'Riley killed Mr. Clifton Stinnett while his conscientious work aud willingness It aiu'l gwine be up whah de crows la service only three months and is at Camp Zachary Taylor and thev are the latter was wording in a corn field. to bear his full share of the burdens of Kin say Ah's trompin' on deir toet Dies of Tuberculosis. anJ ever men who have been three The motive of the killing is not au- the community. He figured prominent to report at Camp Pike, Little R ck, Huh ahl Not me! years in service. four thenticated as Mr. O'Riley refused to ly in all public welfare programs aud It sho' look sweet. Ah don't deny, Ark., not later than June 10. Golay, age twenty who aie making Miss Lilie Mae The other seven It is stated that the boys of this make any statements after he surrender- the past five years has been chairman To be t. itzin' 'roun' de sky, good are: S. C. H. Alexander, Chas years died at the home of Per mother, Third Offi-'eTraining Camp deserve ed himself to chief of police Mullen. It of the Board of Education in which But dat's fu' folks dat's in de mood W. Mrs. Ed Pate in the West end, Ihurs Carman, Yirgil Alexander, pecial commendation as they were was said by the brother of the dead man place he showed a deep and unselfish gin an' food love Storms, J. Storms, M. Brown and V. day evening at t0 o'clock. Death was workicg for their commisMons during that Stinnett and O'Riley were appar- interest iu the Educational welfare of To pass up Huh-u- an' Not me! due to a lingerning illness of pulmon- - the severe winter weather and only ently the best of friends. Carman. alike and was the poor and Down heah Ah firs' saw light ob day, any tuberculosis. The tragedy occurred about nine o' uever satisfied with anything short ol their grit and determination carried The funeral was held Friday after- them through their coveted gonl. Stinnett was the very best results ofttimes doing Down heah am whah Ah's gwine t' clock. Friday morning Remains Brought stay ; noon by Rev. A. Hi Couch followed by Shellman is the son of Mr. aid employed as a tenant on the farm where things at a sacrafice on hi. own part Lieut. Here For Burial. the burial iu the Cloverport cemetery. Mrs. Gus Shellman of Hardinsburg. he met his death, which is about two for the beuefit of the public at large. Folks, Ah don't keer to hab ma feet ('.it too blamed proud to walk de street Before entering the service last Sept- - miles from the city limits and belongs The good people of Livermore and Huh-uh- ! Not me! Responds to Call of Duty. The remtins of Mrs. Geo Gregory, of position in to O'Riley who livej iu the west end of neighboiing community speak on one mber, he held a lucreative So, Ah'll des wait till Gab'rsI brings town There were no eye witnesses to accord in recogo'zing the great loss the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co Washington St., Louisville 608 E Mrs. A. B Crawford, of Stephensport Leiut McCoy who was a teacher of the killing and it was for several hours to our town, school aud community in Dem good ole fashion' angel wings; were brought here Sunday, June I, for received a letter from her son, John one of Breckinridge county's schools, afterwards before the wounded man was giving up Dr. Beard. He was a much Den, as Ah pass de ahplanes by, interment in the Cloverport cemetery. Crawford, saying that notwithstanding is a brother of G. R. McCov of this city found by bis wife As lie did not come loved physician, a maulv man sigh und a In pity Ah'll look down an' Huh-uh- ! Not me! The funeral waa held at the home of he is over the draft age he htd volun- and the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. in for dinner at the .' o'clock hour, Mrs. live progressive spirit. We sustain the Gregory on the teered his service feeling that it was McCoy of Union Star. Stinnett became alarmed and proceeded loss of a great citizen and our best Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Card of Thanks. to go in search of het husband and wishes go with him in his future work. by Kev. A. N. his duty to his country. He is now in Rivtr road, conducted (Signed) W. L. Matthews. training at Angel Island, Calif., and is McGavock-Squi- res Wedding. found him dead lying near a spring Af Couch. We desire to express our deep apter he was taken to the house, Coroner expecting to leave any time for France. The deceaeed had bten a sufferer of preciation to the many friends who Lee llishop was summoned and found The culmination of a happy rom.nc. Smileage Books on Sale. in had met with foul play were so exceedingly thoughtful tubtrculosit for three years. She Go To Bowling Green. was the marriage of Mis. V.ra Eliza- that Stinnett Bat-haThe coroner called Dr. P, S. Clark and their attention ot our daughter and before her marriage, Mist Llllit beth McGavock and Mr. Milton M. the latter made the statement that death "Send thesm a Smileage Book and make sister, Josie (iolay, during her illness of Stephentport, and betidet ber Miss Leonora McGavock and Miss Squire, which wa. solemuized Satur was due to an incised wound in the ju them smile" is the slogan of tbe eight and to those who sang so sweetly at mother, litter and two brothert. the Tula Babbage will leave Saturday, day afternoon, June 8, 4 o,clock at the young girls who are interested in the Mrs. Robert gular vein on the left side, causing in- smileage campaign which is on in this her funeral. leatret a hutband aod four children, for Bowling Green, where they will home of the groom't titttr, Mr and Mrs. Kd. I'ate stant death There was a second wound enter the State Normal School for Hendrick of Hardintburg. Rev. Robert in the back of the head and Dr. Clark city. Roy, Cecil, Fred and Marie Gregory. Mrs. Reamer. Johnson was the offcating clergyman. These smileage books contain 20 the summer term. said they were both made with a sharp Mr. and Mrt. Squires came immedcupons und are selling for the moderate Miss McGavock will take an elec instrument. New Manager for the Texas. Nothern Boys Pleased which includes High iately to Cloverport where they are the tive courae O'Riley sum of itl. The Military Bntertait-memorning Rarly Saturday gue.t. of Mrt. Squire.' titter, Mrt. Council has just issued these Mh Southern Hospitality. School work and continues through J. R. Bandy and Mr. Bandy for tht sought Chief of Police Mullen and gave Since the appointment of Wible L the summer and fall terms. Miss himself up saying that he had killed cupon hooks and tney are good for any who was successful in get- time being. Later thty will go to Stinnett. Along with the funeral pro- man in uniform nt any of the yi nation- Mapotber as federal manager of the I.. Babbage H Oulaglns of thit plact M MX Mr. Squiret it call& N. and the I.. H & St. 1. R R. it a first class teacher's certificate houttkteping until cession of the unfortunate man who was al army or uatioual guards camps. message from htr ting hat Icelved a late These coupons can be exchanged for a means that for the duration of the war the county examination goes for ed In the next draft quota. at taken to Hardinsburg for burial, D.Riley Mrt. Squiret it the daughter of Mr. brofl fcr, Roy S. Rhodes. Privates, t a general course preparatory to of the theaters, moving the two corporations will have one mantaken and placed in the Hardinsburg ticket at all Regiment, camp Thus McGavock who hv.it on a farm was Utl 'Provisional picture shows, lyceums and chautauqua ager lor directing their affairs iu place of teaching in the Cloverport graded ne it near here and Mr. Squiret i. the .on of jail. mmm. Macon, Ga.. who say. two and consequently Mr. Milton H camps. school this fall. Stinnett was tioru in Breckinridge bureaus of the .V.r. and Mr. Barney Squire, of this ,inu nic.lv and enjoying army Mr. Kdward Gregory has been ap- Smith, president of the L. & N. and Mr. couuty anil would have reached his 4 1st city. of the hot R. N. Hudson, president of the L. H. & Ufa with the exception birthday this July. He Is the son of Men- - pointed the local Chairman of the Youths Try to Evade Court. smileage campaign and Miss Ray Lewis St. !.. will be superceeded by Mr climate. Sealed Bids. lantia L Bllatt awl leaves a wife aad in .Mapotber. four small children, the youngest being Hevser Secretary aud Treasurer. "There are fifty thousand toldltrt Irvington, June 10, (Special old The fuueral was held It is conceded b many railroad mei The other members of the committee oy the County Board is months camp, a great many of them Deputy Sheriff, J. B. Hottell, went to am authorized thit Saturday morning from St. Komu.ild's they think the been appointed from the four that Mr. Hudson will be retained la north.rner.and Rev. Norman said Utt laal have Louisville, Sunday morning, to ac of Education to receiv. tealed bull for church We g. Methodist, Misses active service on the Texts road on the interment took place in the churches name.) t.hty of the touth it great. company two youths, Win. Jpnes the construction of school hout.t at the rites and cemetery. food and plenty of It. Louise Nicholas aud Jane Lightfoot. account of his ability .is s railroad con D 1 S6; Catholic following placet; Con.tantine, good wholesome haviug plenty of and Murray Hammond back to their Hardin., I .' S6; and Locu.t Hill, IM -Baptist, Misses I. mise Weatherholt and structiou engineer, however no otti la At pretent we are but homes, they having left LotliavUM M Mary Oelze. Presbyterian, statement has been made iu regent to Owen a. army life Brings ioa. Red Croat Benefits excitement Friday, to escape attending Juvenile S4 (col.) old then keep planty Louise Whitehead and Lelia tbe new management Misses Bidswil! be received up to noon of wh.n thing. B.t Sheriff Coleman brought .. i ,,,L wav or I will court. It is hoped by the patrons of the L. H The ice cream and box sapper giv- Tucker. St. Rose, Misses Dolly Burks back Monday June 24. All bids tuhjtct to (colored of letter, Dowell Coleman & St. I. that Mr. Hudsou will be re " County Board en for the Skillman Red Cross chap- anil Mary o Mattingly. by lonetome with him where he was lodged in jail approval or rejection tamed in some capacity to look after tbe vhmiii became a toldler May of Education ter on last Saturday evening proved so ably man a potitton at Hardintburg. .A l.at.it r that he held socially and fTo Attend League Conference. affairs ot the road he has opacification, may ba had at quite a success both aged for the last several year. tev.r.l year. Ha It WANTED Woman for general thePlant of the County Superintendent inancially. The proceeds from the in Chicago for office county originally, from Brackmrldge The annual meeting of the Louisville boxes and ice cream sales amounted houtework. No washing. Good pay. in Hardintburg. Mrt. John is the time to Subscribe baiog the ton of Mr. and J, Raleigh Meador, Co. Supt. Epworth League Conferance will con- - Now to v$I02. Hardintburg, Ky. N. Warren, K. ' 1 17-in-liI Spar-tansburh-' I 1 h.-ars h! well-to-d- o 1 a Special Course. To be Held in Each School Citizens of Livermore are UnDistrict. $427,980 Expectstinting in Their Public Aced to be Subscribed by Peoknowledgement of Dr. Beard's ple of the County. Excellent Services. The people of this county are expected to subscribe for and purcliist dur- t. wt nt ft I lb, 1 : w L Rode, of McDanlelt. , . .. , A MlsiiiWl.m i.atMi.'i, GERMANS GRAB ALSACE PLANTS GARDEN VEGETABLES NEED SUNNY PLACE Most FEEDING REFUGEES NEW SLANT ON WORK hi CF Y. M. C. A. IN FRANCF Systematic Stripping of Industry Before the Day of Crops Planted Will in Not Thrive if Sharhd Spot. Fair Amount of Sunshine Is Essential to Beans, Tomatoes, Beets, Peas, Corn and Carrots Avoid North Side of House. Prominent Western Minister Tclii of Religious Activities Within American Red Cross In Paris Sound of Hun Guns. Quickly Answers Emergency Call. The Rev. RnbSfl Freeman. P. D. of HOMELESS No INDIGNATION IS WIDESPREAD Even Officials Responsible to Kaiser Government Forced by Public to Give Voice to Emphatic Protests. rnrpetbmrgprs are SfUffUSSNSSJ Alsico to grub nil property roiiliM alod liy IBS state unIndignation der various pietexts. I, and among tlie people Is artSSSpf even officials responsible lo Hie kaiser's government lire forced hy public opinion to give voice to emphatic pfO" Amsterdam. te-l- s. ure. As some of the stockholders were I. Frenchmen, the mills, it WM iiir were partly enemy alien property. So the state took ehnrge of ttie mills and prepared to liquidate them. Tills liquidation was Carried out recently. Alsatian PualSaSI men ami capitalists hud formed a corhruliun to buy the mills in an c(Tort to keep them in Alsatian hands. Bun city administraof tions, Me h as the municipality Muhlhiiuson, wle re a number of factories are situated, bought stock in this corporation. The name of the corporation is the United Alsatian Tex- Alsace Is a great Industrial center and one of Its principal Industries Most Is the niiiniifHinre at textiles. of the textile factories In Alsace wore taken over hy Hie stnte ns n war MM1 tile Factories. Forbidden by Berlin. I!ut It was decided in Merlin that the Alsatians should not lie allowed to buy What was practically their own. Another concern, ailed the DlelChHWlCf Tin ir group, was nan nccennfnL hid for the property was accented by the government, while the ilea flail ofIi was ai unced fer was rejected. the rleieIiroed r hid was preferred It accepted state supervision as one of the conditions of the sale. Huron von Stein, undersecretary of slate. In 's defending Ihe action the main committee of the relens-tng-, said tin- - ISIeichroodor group bad offered u million marks more than the nlnallan eerporattao, Beeldea, the Alsatians had refused to subscribe to the c iiiditions, including stute. supervision of tnanagemeut. indignation ami Oanetematlen natgned at the meeting of the city council of ntaklhawan when the government's decision was made known hy Mayor Eopfei. lie said not only had the offer of the Alsatian corpora-lioof which the city of Muhlhauaea Itself was a component part, been rejected hy the linvcinnient, hut he also hail been Informed on goml authority all Ihe other Alsatian factories to be Liquidated would be sold to concerns beyond the Ulnae. Ruthlessness Condemned. This attempt to Germanize Alsace hy ruthless industrial meihods was condemned by several members of the city council. Councillor F.mmel denounced us a suhterfug" the statement of Undersecretary TOO Stein, who had offer had been suiil the ltlci hroed accepted because it was the more favorable once. The speaker saw in the government's action a systeniaiic elTort In lake Alsatian property away from Alsatians. The Mleii hioeder group, the successful bidder, is bended by the hanking house of Mleictii ef in Merlin. The original Blelchroeder was Prince Bls man k s Bannrial man ami Ma Set IS are still in Control of the banking house, old BMcsroedjer was not very scruiulous in his linancial methods, hut this diil not prevent Mismarck from conferring the title of nobility upon his moneymaker. This was one af the greatest Jokes perpetrated by Bismarck. However, Ma i on Mleichroeder's heirs are still barons and their influence in the highest circles is still formidable. It seems tliey had little trouble In obtaining the Alsatian properties at favorable terms favorable to themselves, for to them state supervision menus Supervision by friends. gov.-nmentn, " t I GAS MASK SQUAD FINDS LEAK IN AMMONIA PIPE The first run "ens in k mioiuiI" it of tile local fire depnrlinent was in response to au explosion in an ice plant. The firemen used their gas masks In locating a leuk in au auimonlu pipe. Not only had Hie fumes lllled the) plant, making It impossible tor anyone to .stay in the building without a gas musk, but pa- Irons in a drug store across the street had to get out lulo the open sir. Cincinnati. i.l, liv iln f J r J 5 Save at least Girls to Oo Farm Work. ('si. Au army of 1,889 girls of this city huve volunteered to harvest crops und will be ready for call by the Woman's Land Army of America sfter June 21, when the local schools close. Hy that time tho high school farmerettes expect to I .os Angeles, Sigh-scho- &IMO Is their ranks. bigoted, it Ih too generously broad; It Is stiff, It is highty-tighty- , it Isn't childThey will not huve had any supp: r. like; there is no singing worth spenk-lUsome of them may not have had nn ', and why d in t you luive somelunch. There Is no food there und no thing besides hymns? And uny one of facilities for feeding them. Can you tlase opinions call he defended, first help us?" by the character of the person voicing That was the telephone MBSSfJI It, and, second, hy faferonca to the from the French minister of IBS In place visited hy the critics. "Bug here's a little Incident that terior which came to the American Rod Cross at SOOO one day during the happened the other day which tells OoVSsSa drive on Amiens, and the anfhe whole story of the religious work swer was "Yes. Emergency mes- of the Y. M. C. A. In France; sages arc no surprise to us these days." "An American lad with nerves shatThe food was ordered out sf t'c tered hy what he had seen at the 'i wan houses mid a score of vol;: If front, was going out of Ids mind. He rounded up. had had fhe experience before, und They started nt six o'clock the same was In an agony of anticipation. lie trurl; loaded was a Catholic, and, ns such, most an evening. One five-towith tinned beef and condensed mil!-- , HMH to confess. He could not speak Iil's. prunes, chocolate and heaps of French and the only available priest lime loaves of war bread; two car- could not speak English, loads of midnight volunteers, stenog"Ts there nsyoM he,- who can raphers, bur.au chiefs, driver; ai.d speak French?' inquired the priest. "The Y. M. C. A. woman running canteen workers set out on their way ,o bring help to the homeless refu- - tile hotel knew the language. So the ' three retired in'o a quiet room, nnd Ihe Tbey rolled out through (he American soldier confessed his sins, district of Paris, out past the through a Prop stunt womnn to a Cathrorfiflcatlons, humped thFOOgn grimy olic priest. In u Y. Hi C. A. hut In lance." factory suburb 1 nnd on into the open country where the level plains stretch off into Infinite distance, broken only .M'CORtfiCK SEEKS by interminable rows of slim pop SEAT IN U. S. SENATE Cive the Garden a ' Place in the Sun." lars. Then soil, 'only without warning, pens, corn nnd CSITOta must have a fiilr lht re? emerged from the forest Into a amount of sunshine if they ure to black smudge of railway trucks, cinpassenger cars, shed'-ders, mount to anything. cranes warehouses, It would I I !. omi M of costiy seeds platforms, i" pi. nt Wool garden crops on the Acheres. It was the Junction point, nortl side of the house or near a high wbere the thousands of refugees wine i rd fence that would en"i I noil to sion for half an hour. Saluted With One Arm. shut out the sunlight. Those who enn met us there, sai: l j t.i vid a nasi of ground In the Lieutenant M sunshine nre advised to coniitie their luted BtMRy with his one arm, and did A group of l" rdonfng to the few crops that will the honors of the station. WOSry, muddy "pernilsslonaires," most make a fair growth in partial shnde. of (hem over forty, just back from the CbnStpngM front, were routed out rrn. WORKING OF PEACH TREE to help us establish our tables on Ihe cinders between the trucks, and pile Change of One Varieiy to Another May the food where it could conveniently Be Done by Shield Budding or be passed into the train. by Grafting. They scraped unloaded bread. cheese, epeaed tins of "bully beef," (Prepared hy the United Plates Departknocked the tops off the boxes of figs ment of ..,:, ulture.) Sometimes if is desirable to chnngp nnd prunCS am! made plans to feed a the fop of a peach tree from one va- thousand people in half an hour, llu.1 riety to another, A grower may find omewhere off in Ihe silent country alter his orchard begins to bear that the train, pscksd full of exiles, was landing on ti side track. It was after lie has a larger number of trees of some variety than lie wants; a Modi two in the morning when the ion;, of trees may prove to he some other train with Its M carriages filled wit variety than the one ordered; or, refugees came into Acheres. A few windows were opened ; tired for some oilier reason, a variety Is not faces looked out and voices asked, US' well adapted to the needs of the owner. In BSCS cases lie may the interestedly, "Where are we?" nnd tr. e either hy budding or by grafting were surprised to he told that they were near Paris. The train was on to a desirable variety. a ils way, they said to Tulle in the The ordinary met bod of shield department, in the south oi is most commonly used for this France. purpose. If the tree lo be "Will they treat us well there?" an is not more than two or three years ltepresentative and Airs. Medlll obi It is usually practicable to Insert old woman asked and they. In the fullof Chicago. Mr. McConnlck ness of their Ignorance, not daring to Ihe buds directly into the main limbs Is representative at large from Illisay otherwise, answered "Yes." well down toward Ihe point where It was a short half hour. They nois and a candidate for the Repubthey leave the trunk. lican nomination for United Stntes hns ISIlled them bread, they rilled the old senator to succeed Senutor J. Hum to be If the lice ago when the bark on the w Oman's apron with figs and prunes, Lewis, whose fertn expires March 4, reached the mala limb has become too thick and they gave milk to the children, ment li)l!). Mrs. McConnlck wus Ruth (inn to be manipulated readily for bud- to fhe old men, cheese to everybody. llunna. daughter of the late Senutor They absorbed cakes of sweet chocoding, it is necessary first to head It Mark Ilanmi. She Is one of the leadbnch somewhat, as when ihe top is to late In a rapid and mysterious man- ers In the girl scout movement. be replaced with new growth of the ner. Some of l hem were the much posted women of Plcardy and aamn variety, and biter insert buds LONDON SAUSAGE SOLD OUT on the new brunches that develop some were grizzled old farmers. Othafter the tree has been dcheaded. ers were city folk, obviously not useds State Factory Output Checked by Lack When this course Is followed the buds to third class travel. There were of Materials. of three generations huddled toshould he Inserted In the new gTOWtll Tho state suusuge factory Is boomas near the trunk ns is practicable, gether on their way somewhere. ing, the entire product at present finds precious clutched umbrellas, in order to have as large a portion of Home the top as possible of Ihe new variety. some carried bird cages, some alarm Its way to the east end of London, hut Tills is also desirable on account of clocks. Some of them had (logs, some at present the factory Is sble to supply the subsequent management of the had cats. But the pathos of it all hut part of the demand for Its produwas not on the surface. Some of them ct-;. trep. At the ministry of food It is denied quietly told that they were refugees Is sometimes done hy thut other fuctorles graft lag instead of budding, the or- for the second and third time and shortly. Luck of rmv will be opened material is given dinary cleft graft being generally laughed and Joked when they woke up. no bitterness, no com- as the reason. used. However, budding Is to be pre- There was ferred, especially as the wounds made plaint, no despair. Bread Pile Fell Away. Ground His Finger Tips. In grafting do not heal readily In the The huge pile of bread fell away, Curl Heurich Low, an enemy alien case of the peach, though when SfUf Vt., some rly done the union of stock and the fig boxes were emptied, the tins urrested ut Montpelier, scion is generally strong enough to were all bunded into the trains. The mouths ago, charged with making engine shrieked a shrill French whisutteruuees to members of u loMut make a fairly serviceable tree. trouble resulting from difficulties In tle and the train pulled away. The cal exemption hoard, was sent to Atthe healing of Hie wound are likely rescuers were in the silence of the lanta, Ju., for Internment for the durnight. One of many thousands of ref- ation of the war. Low wus paroled afto occur. ugees hud hud one dreury midnight ter bis arrest, hut was tuken Into cusSsSsI fur from hOUM one lonely meal tody again later when It wus discovHARE IS SUPERIOR out of- hundreds, perhaps thousands, BELGIAN ered that he had ground the tips of his before them. fingers on au emery wheel In uu effort Breeds, DeWeighs More Thsn Other A train load of wounded from the to avoid having linger prints taken velops Rapidly end Quality of front Joggled In ten minutes Inter. 'I he when he was called upou to register, Meat Is Excellent men nurses carried water through ihe Washington authorities immediately orcarriages swiftly and silently. Then dered his Internment. (I'm pai i'U hy the fit oil si.ites Depart the Americans bunded out the remmeat of Agriculture.) figs anu tho Dan Proves Loyalty. The Helglun hare is one of the best nants of their stores of away again. Mehlud them Litchfield, III. Is Dan Darnla, a coal rubhlts for table use. It weighs i e train slipped the than most breed, develops rapidly could be heard the dull booming of vis- miner of lllllsboro, disloyal? Listen! When Homebody said he was, this Is and the iplllllly of the meat is superior harruge guns about Paris, and the unit itors knew that another air raid was whut he did : to all the others. The Flemish They waited until the harruge Walked Into the sheriff's office, asked Is a Belgian hare bred exclusively for on. large size, with the result that the stopped, theu they headed back for a flag, kissed It fervently, went to meat I coarser and less delicate In through the defenses ot the capital. the Red Cross headquarters, bought s There was a faint light as they rode membership for his entire family, proflavor. These characteristic)! are considered by some persons as desirable, back through the forest. They could ceeded to a drug store and bought an but this is largely a matter of individ- see clumps of yellow daffodils utterly American flag, took It home and hung oblivions of war. It over the front door. ual teste. g n (Prepared by the United Stntes Department of Attrlculture.) Most garden vegetable! win not make n satisfactory growth where tbey are shaded during even n part n( the day. It Is extremely difficult U, find apace In the city back yard when there Is not scaue shade at least a portion of the daylight hours. Such plant as lettuce, onions and plants ISJSSi IS1 their leaves can SO grown in consider i MO shade, but beans, tomatoes, SOOtS LAUGH AM !CKE Bitterness, No Complaint, No Despair Among People, Many cf Whom Were Refugees for Second and Third Time. CM, "ii" of tile ministers of the West, Is In France as a secretary to the V. M. C. A. Here's what he has to say of religion within sound of the German guns, where Isms merge into helpfulness, and creeds don't count so much as being kind: "You cun get uny opinion you want on tho religious work of the Y. M. 0. I'asademi, best-know- 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 Packing Houses in towns both Using only a part of the local live stock supply A. In Paris. "A thousand refugees fri:,. the east of Amiens will pass thlTOSj Acheres at seven o'clock tonight. France. "It Is overdone. isn't done nt all; It Is underdone. It It Is narrow, it Is and Furnishing only a part of the local demand for meat. These slaughtering and distributing agencies fill a well denned 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 vfnsn An Obligation to the Producer flat-car- , 1 To purchase for spot cash all the live stock the producer may send to market for slaughter. 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 Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois j Swift & Company, U. S. A. I -- i top-wnr- hud-din- g Cor-rSU- d YOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE A thousand people look at your face while one glances at your feet yet you spend money to keep your shoes in condition and neglect your face. RED CROSS Shaving Lotion (tha luxury), makes old faces look young and keeps all faces In the pink of condition. This and other RED CROSS toilet articles sold only by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. after-shavin- g Good Colored Man Dead. Irvington, Ky. June i. (Special) tl Rev. Essie Robertson, (colored) was born Julv 16, IS44 died June 2, fOlS making him "3 years 10 months and 16 days of uge. He had been complying more or less for about six years being a sufferer cf acute indigestion but he had only been in bed for two week's Fridayand during these two week's he had been unable to RAYMOND speak a single word. For the last eight days during his Mr. aud Mrs. Ernest Kroush, Lodi-bur- illness he would satj he was ready to spent the week end with Mr. und die and was just waiting on the Lord the last song that he sung was "I am Mrs. Mack (.ashman. going Home to die no more." Messrs Sum and Carlton Ater vere He professed religion long before called to Amnions last week on ac freedom and has ever since been a count of the serious illness of Sam faithful christian. NEWS g kobbins. fam-alie- Mrs. Heurv Cashman were inImnglononed.lv last week. They took in the Second Red Cross War Fund money collected in tins scnool district which amounted to about $i20 Most all the district contributed to this worthy cause. Mr. and g n - -- Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Chisrn and son, Andrew spent the week end with relatives ut Brandenburg. Miss Lannie Ater is with her sister, Mrs Sam Kobbins of Amnions. Owen Uassett, one of our home boys who is with the colors stationed at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., writes he is getting along O. K. Miss (.race Kroush, Lodiburg and Harlan Cashman of this place were married at the home of Mr and Mrs. W. N. Head, Suturduv evening June l by Rev. J. B. Hutcherson of Klizabeth-towin the presense of a few near relatives. Miss Ethel Kroush sister, and Walter Cashmun and Miss Leo Cashman, sister of the groom and Elbert John .en were the attendants. The bride was very beautifully gowned in white voile while the groom wore blue serge. They lett immediately after the ceremony for the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cashman where tbey will stay for a short time ti en they will move on his farm. May theirs be a long happy and prosperous future, n He had been married v. years and he and his wife were the first colored people to secure license in this county after freedom, to this union were born six child ren of this number three are living to day. He has been a loving father and husband and was always ready to do what ever he could to add to the comfort and happiness of his family. On finding that his health and physical strength was failing him he said that he was perfectly wilUp- - JUlturn all his affairs over to his wKt they Bi ruber had worked side by sideB of years but now as he hat to be the weaker of the two he vaat to be guided by the hand of who had proved to be SO ru: and kind fur so many veal I'eivcn niu ill ihiimij nun uuo en or mm until nis worn nere ou .. .1 T wii-- . as lie in ... .11 .1. a.H (,lut alowife 1 1. 1 11 UUL I Hi' I VI Ulllicillllll h iiiv ti ll 111 111 ill! ui ici.iiives A tu inr loss. II ..... 10 I II- - Muv ..11 null an. s ot Mr sto lie Olivers ut titus. Hucksters, keepers, dealers, etc will be , Subscribe for The News tiou Law. This is done in order thSK the blame for the losses in eggs may be laid upon the person responsibly for them. PLEDGE WEEK -- JUNE 24 TO 2 SALT WOODEN SHIPS Method Used to Lengthen Life of Upon advice of National Chairman F. A. Vanderlip and Federal Director J. D. Lyon, of the district embracing the 8tate of Kentucky, the big June Drive. In which we are to secure pledges of the people for the balance of our quot.i of t50.0OO.0OO, hat been fixed for June ?4 to 28 next. Instead of June S to 8. .13 announced previously. Kentucky will put It "over the top" In this big drive, which to terminate on the 28th. and which day President Wilson will be asked to proclaim "National War Savings Day" throughout the United States. Governor Stanley will be asked to issue a proclamation for the State of Kentucky, and the Mayor Of Louisville and of every city In Kentucky will be requested to Issue a proc lamation to the people of his municipality. Courty Chairmen from over Kentucky assembled in Lexington on Friday nd heard the details of the plan for the big drive from the Hps of Federal Director Lyon, Chairman J. E. Kavanaugh, of the Section of State Organization, and Ward Burgesa, of Nebraska, who originated the idea, and who se cured pledges for the entire quota of the State during a week's drive similar to that which la to be put on In Kentucky in Juna. I Vessels. Turns Seepage Into Brine, Which Acts a a Preservative of the Wood. Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm Lt-- H Directory of THE J TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MEETINGS OF KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF DEFENSE War Savings workers throughout Kentucky will take notice of the splendid move of the State Council of Defense In calling War Conferences to he held at county seats throughout the Stute. beginning Immediately, for the purpose of arousing the people to war conditions and enlisting their aid In the various Government and other valuable war activities. Representatives of all war activities are urged and invited to participate In these Conferences and present their ONM to thoBe who are gathered together. These Conferences afford an especially splendid opportunity to War Savings workers In every county. Our campaign Is on for the entire year. Many of these meetings will be held during the present month of May. and in such countiea the County Chairman and his organization must co operate m ist actively with the representative of the Council of DafUM in getting up the meeting, as It will count very materially with you in the big June Drive wh '1 Is Just ahead of us. Where the Conference is to be held in a county during the time of the Drive It will be a big booster for our activity, and where it is to lie held afterward, during the summer it will help to keep up interest In ours as well as the other war activities, and will materially help in your follow up it campaign to see that those who pledge themselves in the June Drive their pledges and keep on saving and buying Thrirt Stamps and War Savings Stamps. A general program has been mapped out by the Kentucky Council of which doubtless will be varied In different communities, as spe il il speakers are secured for occasions. The general program Is an follows: e. mass meeting will be held and the program will consist of 19- y hoicu vuimiiiil exerciser, coiriiijuiuiy biiicoih anu sn--- nt-- s trtots. thinkers and orators. 1:30 p.m. The fathers, mothers, relatives, and all members of the families us a preservative. of the soldier boys who are already in military service, as well II as all those who have boys who will be in the approaching drni't, FIRST CONSOLATION are Urged to attend this meeting. A special speaker, who is n touch with the war situation and who has a stirring message f patriotism, will Mdfaarj the meeting. lie public is cordially to be present. :0t p.m. Forum: Subject, "The Different War Organization." Representatives of the different war organizations. t&cladin Council Of Defense. Food and Fuel Administrations. Liberty Loan, 0:00 a. m. A i 11 Wash. C. O. Morrow, presGlen Dean. y. ident of the Elllottniy Shipbuilding company, suffered Poland of u Polled Durham Cattle. hock the other morning, hut nt that It China Hogs. Short Horn was lioiliinv' to the slunk sufl'inil by several prom Incut citizens who wero Cattle. Hampshire Sheep taking stroll through the compuny'S Haeewwa kiMon at state Pain Mg wooden shipbuilding plant. hail iw 'Years The citizens were shocked when they discovered that 11 tons of rock suit Is Used in building each of the big wooden whips tiov. under construction in Seattle. Mr. Morrow WM shocked bew j owe & son Prtprittwt cause his callers didn't know that rock salt Is u shlpliuilill.ig material. EveryHardinsburg. Ky.. Route 1 body on the water front knows that, but It seems that there are a lot of China Hogs a Specially prominent business men who didn't. There Is now a suspicion that only a Polled Oursam Cattle very few residents east of Kailroud uvenue know that a wooden ship has to be salted. In showing the prominent citizens about his plant Mr. Morrow came to ORCHARD HOME FARM the building in which he stores this mck suit. A railroad cur wus unloadfl. P. MAiSEY, Proprietor ing another shipment. breeder of "This la where we keep the suit for the ships," said Morrow. "Haw, haw :" said one caller, who Is Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs. tfftntttllni of a humorist. "1 suppose you're afraid the ships will get too HardinshurMky.. Route 2. fresh T "That's the exact truth," said Mr. Morrow. C. V. But the citizens- - wouldn't believe him until they had examined the salt. BoaM Hardlnsburfl, Ky. of then tasted it. The storehouses DEALER IN coiiiained 11!0 tons. Mr. Morrow explained that the salt High-Cla- w Horses, Mules, Is poured be: ween the frames of a Fine Saddle and Harness wooden ship above the water line and 1 ones. Is tamped down solid. Then if any water seeps into the spuces between tba IT WU PAY VOL' TO VISIT MY STABLES frames it Is turned to brine and does not da Mage the wood. Instead, It acta souii-thin11 i -'- .W HOWARD M FARMS Prop HOWARD a SON. oi.n Dan, ny. ;p0ned Durham a d Shorthorn Cate Duroc Jersey Hogs Shorthorn Cattle Duroc HoKs . I Hampshire Sheep Dealer In Leaf Tobacco C J e n Dean, - Ky. - Valley Home Stock Farm Thos- O'Donoghue . KM rM torlJ ,d Stol0, c,k H,rtinlbur,. - "iSSL!-- " 1 V Dealer ia aad Breeder of Beard Br OS. Hrinsbur9. Ky. Live Slock and , TobaCCO The Webster Stock Farm HARRY H. RONTON. Park Il P II 51 C P V' W Ovntr Lyddan Farmer. Dealer. Breeder and Feeder of Farmer and Feeder; IrvingtOII. Ky. Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster Ky. R0BFRTS0N, This Space for Sale This Space for Sale 1 M 'tV I 1 PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS laying ready cash for sudden emergencies is possible only when you have saved a part of vour salarv or wages. Start with a small deposit it necessarv. Increase it as you can and soon you will have I substantial intarast-betrin- g account, and a faa ling of safety, contentment, pride and independence. Women's War Work. War Savings. Red Cross. Knights of Colum-- ! Men. Chambers of Commerce. Edu- bus. Y. M. C. A., cational and Agricultural Organizations and all other patriotic activities, are urged to he present and participate in the No representative should sneak lonper than ten Mantes. Four-Minut- e 3:30 p.m. Representatives of the different patriotic activities will be givon an opportunity to call their workers into a special meeting for the purpose of studying th'lr specific problems and perfecting their organizations. A mass meeting will be held and the program will consist of desinging, patriotic music, and votional exercises, community speeches by leaders of known reputation. Safety w. .1. .1. Honesty Courtesy : Set lie 7:30 p.m. FIRST STATE BANK, PIOOOTT, PvasMasM H. II KHNIMiN. VI . -- I'rmlu. nt Irviflgton, ky. C. I'AYN'E. nUitllir D. LYDDAN. Aass. Cash tat i In presenting its program of exercises for the War Conferences, the 01 of Defense puts it this way: people of the There is but one patriotic business before the liberty-lovintoday, and that Is the monumental task of vanquishing an intoxicated iilitSrPlsm. of vindicating, perpetuating and defending human rights and liber ties. andTH carrying the flag of democracy to victory. You can help U'in the war by attending the county war conference and studying the interpretations of the needs and the issues of the hour that will be made. You can help by using your influence in having a large delegation of citizens to attend from your community. There is no one thing that will do more to awaken the patriotism of the people and make the Conference and all patriotic meetings a success than for the choirs of all the churches and the people of the entire community to assemble at mass meetings and engage in community singing. It is earnestly desired that the county council and all other patriotic organizations will get together in an earnest effort to develop community singing and make it a part of the program of the War Conference as well as a part of all patriotic programs which will be held from time 3 time in every section of the county. The Kentucky Council of Defense will furnish printed folders without cost containing the National Anthems and War Songs to all OMMtjr councils desiring the same. Continuing, under the heading, "Will You Help?" the Council of Defense ends out the following valuable suggestions: The home can help by attending the Conference and by using Its influence in having the members of every home to attend. The school caa help by organizing Itself Into a war of publicity committee with a view of promoting eveny war effort, developing a positive patriotism, practicing community singing, attending the war conference and participating In its work. The church can help by delivering a patriotic sermon on the crisis of the hour, and by announcing the program of the war conference at its regular services, giving publicity to it ana urging tne people to attend. The press can help by rendering invaluable assistance through its news and editorial columns. tnereDy giving puDiiclty to the meeting and calling upon the people to give it earnest support. The County Superintendent, who is a member of the Advisory Commit tee of the Council of Defense, can help by sending out a letter to the leading citizens of the county, especially to the trustees of the schools, calling their attention to the Conference and asking them to attend the Conference, to or ganize their school districts for the Conference, anu to take advantage of tha opportunities offered. The farm demonstrator, who ia a member of the Advisory Committee of the Council of Defense, can help by disseminating Information among the masses and getting the agricultural organizations Interested in the success of the meeting, and by participating in tne program The high schools of the county seat and the county can help by practicing of the Conference community and patriotic tinging and adjourning on me song service. and participating The different war organisations, including tha Council of Defense. Food Liberty Loan, Woman's War Work, War Savings, and Kuel Administrations. Men. Chambers Had Cram Knights of Columbus, Y. M. C. A.. paof Commerce. Educational and Agricultural organizations, and all otherCon-Ijby patting themselves affirmatively behind the i triotic nativities, ran help influence as they have in making the work of all of mm and using sach a success. the different war efforts Woman's organisations of tha county can help by putting their splendid organisations to work m aa endeavor to make the meeting productive of the Ughaat raaaHa. Tha Commercial Ctabs and Chambers of Commerce caa help to do effect-- . fperfc ty arousing sad Informing the citizenship of thalr community the serioesueea of the war aa wall as ways and means of winning It or paai'ards hi ooaspleuous places throughout tha pj, uarne printed posters the-daFour-Minut- J, J. IX.Ji'h,u L a' - S3t!XIlfl I THANKS TANLAC FOR THE HEALTH SHE NOW ENJOYS The wounded noldier's first consolation is u cigarette to soothe his nerves, and his comrades are sympathetically eager to bring him the comfort. PLAY GAME WITH BIG GUN Frenchmen Wager Bombardment aa to Hour of Paria Will Louisville Woman Tells of Benefits She Derived From the Teniae's L'se. "Tanlac has restored me to n ratal Condition of health after I had suffered from DervOUS Real and indigestion for a long time and I don't hesitate to recommend this medicine," said Mrs. Mary Levy 731 South Sixth street. Louisville, Ky. "My nervous system was completely run down, "Mrs Levy continued. "I couldn't sleep at night. I'd have lapses of memory that I think were due entirely to the poor condition of my nervous system. Sometimes I'd forget to make purchases after going to the store. It worried me. "I was bothered with indigestion, too, and my health generally wasn't very good. "Tanlac has relieved me entirely of all these troubles and has restored me to a normal condition of health The lapses of memory used t have are a thing of the past since TaaraC put my nervous system back in 1 Start. Purls. A new sport has made its appeurance in Paris us a result of e cannon bombardment. the One muy drop In at any cafe or res tuurant uuy day uud Hud the gume In progress. After the dinner or between sips of coffee a paper Is passed urouml with the question : "At what hour will the big cannon fire Its next shot?" Bach persons tills In the time he thinks tin) st ruling will ttgla imd pays a franc. The tiring of the cuuiion causes more excitement than fear. The wuiter rushes for the list, while the others crowd uroiind, shouting uud gestlcu-lutin- g to tind out whose guess baa been the neurest and who gets the long-rang- money. spent the wtek end with her sou, Orval Patterson. There was a pie supper lure SaturMrs. Will Miller ami Children, Louis day night for the benefit of the Red ville are with her mother, Mr:;. Lilly Cress. The pies brought JO. Mae Scott for a visit. Mrs. Laura Kskridge and daughter, Kev. English, Stephensport filled his Cecil, Kingswood visited relatives and appointment at the Haptist church friends here last week. Saturday and Sunday. There will be a flag raising here the Kev. E. P. Duucan, Mrs. Duncan 4h of July. Everybody is invited to and children attended (Quarterly Conattend. ference at Howell's church Wednesday. H. T. Allen and faaiily and Mr. and Junius Hodges leit May 26th to join Mrs McKinley Allen, Shady Grove the colors. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Barbara Hodges ltft last week Sam Morgan Sunday. to visit ner brothers near Hill drove. Mrs. Sudie South and children have J W. Moorman and Miss Zelma returned to their home in Owensboro Strother attended Children's Day ser after spending several days with her vice at Bewleyville and were dinner brother, W. K Eskridge. guests of Mrs. C, D. Hardaway. Mrs. Lucinda Woosley has sold her The following were in Louisville last stock of goods to James Smith and will week, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilf, Mrs. discontinue business for a while. Geo Prat her and daughter, Mary Willie The Ladies of the Red Cross meets Miss Mary Kleauora Scott, Miss Leah with Miss Jennie Green every WednesMcador and Schuyltr Martin. day afternoon. Those who have been sewiog for the Rev. R. L. Oliver who has been very Government returned H eir passes back sick at the home of Ren Green of near last week and are now auie to get shirt:,. Leitchfteld will be able to return home children, grandchildren and iu a few days. The ot Mr. uud Mrs. C C. Mar. Mrs. Joe Sarver was in Louisville tin gathered at the home of Mr. and several days cf last week. Mrs J. L. Norris Sunday, May ;I0, aLii Mr. and Mrs. R. C. lleauchatup and held a reunion. All brought well filled Mr. and Mrs. John Keauchamp motored Mr. and Mrs Doc Spriugate, baskets. to Millwood, Ky., Snodaj and weie Custer; Mr. and Mrs. Jttf Springate and children, Miss Mable and Leonard, guests of Mr. and Mrs. R O. High i'lains; Mr. and Mrs. Kim Miller and family, V'entress; Kd Maitin and children. Married in Alabama. Big Spring of C aneyviile sons-ic.la- BROTHERS PREFER DEATH TO EXPOSURE OF BODIES Pittsburgh, Pa. Rather than expose their bodies to a physical examination William and Christian Hoag. brothers, prefer death. This was their statement to United States Commissioner Knox here when they were charged with evading the draft by not presenting themselves for physical examination. fg g shape. try wort. mg ap mevuawa The Four Minute Man east halo by calliug tha attention of tha peopla 10 Hvs work of tha eonaaraoos. s The Boy Scouts can help by advertising tha meeting, by having aad carrying banners with approprtaU mottoes aad inscriptions upon Ahto ra putting sat placards and dastrtbutlag advertising matter them The different chairs of tha differ eat churches, as well aa all of the people getting together and practicing community singing w thai county can help by one of the leading features of tha Conference. with a vie to making It All others can help by talking aboat the Conference, by boosting It ai: county hatereeled la it and Its work by getting the citizens of the deslrlug further information concerning tba War Conii Persons , K .warn i, address the Publicity sad Speakers' Bursas ConunlUe-Satwoil af Defense, Bowling Green, Ky. damon-irsttwn- aaaaty. Tiaretmg msa aosng over the county as sally are most willing u render Order Pickled Cabbage. Pittsburgh, Pa. The local food ad ministration baa decided to make aauerkruut less Oerinan by striking out the hyphen. It baa been ofllclully placed ou the list of patriotic foods and It Is believed more would be eaten If given the name "pickled cub-- "I don't hesitate to rcconu.11 si Tanlac as a good medicine for anybody bothered like 1 was." If you are not irrlnv r'ht, get Tanlac today and get your system back in healthy shape again. You can get Tanlac at Wedding's Drug Store or any good drug store. For Rheumatism. last wees. Try Tanlac Rheumatism TreatMr. and Mrs. Arlie Kskridge spent ment for rheumatism. It relieves the week eud with tluir parents, Mr. rheumatism by purifying the blood. aod Mrs. C. C. Bskridge, Lone Star. Hundreds of Kentucky folks have Less Sarver who has been very sick ilciKcd benefits thro.ugh its use. can get it at any good drug is much improved You Mrs. Mattle Patterson and daughters Announcement is mads of the marriage of Miss Lillian Beard and Mr Howard Hook a Sergaant in the U. 8. army and stationed at Camp Shelby, Hattissburg, Miss. The carsmony was performed, Tuesday June 4, at the home of tha bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs Chas. I.. Beard. Falls Rough Greensboro, Ala., and who lormerlv livsd In Hsruinsburg. Serg. Hook is A great deal of tobacco has been set the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Book also of Hardinsburg and is one of since the recent rains. Breckinridge county's voluntsar men James' Poultry Company bought and shipped a car load of poultry from here Do you grt up at sjsjhl ? Ssnol ia aurrly the beat for all kidney or bladilrr trouMca. Ssnol gives relief in J I hour from ail back ache aria bladder troubles. Ssnol ia a guaranteed remedy. 50c and $1.U0 a bottle at the drug store. of THURSDAY cars hem at a UlHlAINl '11 HJJUAST KJsJve Will AJ BRECKENRIDGE JNO D. NEWS A BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher Make your Bank Balance Toast to the Flag ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Biitne. PORT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1918 Here's to the RED of it, There's not a thread of it No. not a shred of it. In all the spread of it 1'iom foot to head, Bm heroes bled for it. Faced steel and lead for it. Pre ciOlH blood shed for it, BMfcJng iii KED. SJSG . EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $15" Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion rM Ol n ; lint s. liarRcrl for .it the money 10. per HM Card- - hi Phaiiks. in advance. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line,correct, please notify us. Examine the label on your paper If it is not year; 50c for 4 month: ;.Sc for i months. copy reading yottf NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When jroo hurt nnlihtfl" who is not a NEWS hand it to I triend Oi THE BRECKENRIDGE subscriber; do IKM throw it away or destroy it. VRMtMBER THE DAYS SDNDfiT WBBJCOESS ONE MEAL Here's to the WHITE of it Thrilled by the light of it Wv knows ttic right of t Hut feels the might of it. Through day and night Woman's care of it Made manhood dare for it l'uritv's praver for it Xept it W WHITE. wausass inrmnr oke meal ATrP-vniV- . our. meal XE535 Here's to the BLUE of it learenly view of it Sar spangled hue of it Honesty's due of it Constant and true. Met t'l to the whole of it Start, tripes and pole of it Here's to the soul of it RED. WHITE and BLUE. -- 4 THIS YOUNG COUPLE ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING PILING UP MONEY IN THE BANK. SOME DAY THEY CAN BUY A HOME, SET UP THEIR CHILDREN IN BUSINESS, AND GROW INTO OLD AGE IN HAPPINESS AND COMFORT. EVERY COUPLE, OLD AND YOUNG SHOULD MAKE THEIR BANK BALANCE GROW, BECAUSE. WHEN ADVERSITY DOES COME YOU WILL BE FORTIFIED AGAINST IT. PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK. I ( H, Drury, Irvington. K. 1. tor John J. Daly. I ijl FARM AND STOCK. jsi-J- 5c $165. Fanners who want help on their farms should write C. A. Tavebaugh. Federal Director Boys' Working ReMrs. Frank Mattingly sold Walter serve. I.oui-vill4000 boys between HmUu, Tobinsport. Ind.. 6 Duroc the ages of 16 and 21 have regi pigs for $10 and DM to J. I). Starks tcrcd to help farmers They are t o for $u ;,onng to go to lhe front and want to show their patriotism by helping The farmers around Garfield have to rai-- e food for the hoys ove there. their crop of tobacco neirly all set with a good stand. They are having trouble with tl.eir corn crop on ac- With The Home Boys in Service. count of a bad stand. Tbey have had to replant nearly all their crop Somewhere in France W illiam llobbs is out $16 for seed Dear Home Folks: corn and no stand yet. I will try and drop you a few lines t tonight. This leave- - me line and L. B. Keeves reports a tine crop of dandy and I hope you are the same. wheat in llardin county. Says it is I received your last letter today that the best all round crop he has seen. you wrote me while in Georgia It He examined MMBC of the crops anil I as been some time on the road. grains. 11 the ntthtl run from y to wonder what you all are doing now. Tell Guess Dad is planting corn K. H. Slulltiian 4V Son. L'nion Star. would like to be there to help him acres of sweet him. Mamma. I landed here rt .1 nit of .i iitill clover eed tor Jojo. They run the seven months to the day I went to threshing machine ( amp Taylor. Hope you both are clover fi rough ;.iid the seedl through a clover huller doing all right and getting Mong with which cleaned them heautiiully and the work line. Guess Edith is marwith very little work. They have ried by now. Sure did surprise me. 140 acres ol wheat. Ho head of cattle. not knowing they were sweethearts 200 head oi goats and jo head of I certainly do want to hear from sheep. Thejf are expecting a yield of yoU and all the rest of you people acre olT ol 30 bushels of wheat to the oer there. When you write to me the six aere- - that produced the sweet tell me all the news that- - going. All clover the boys are doing all right. Some nice country over here, much better Mr George Shellman. the junior than I expected to tin tl. How are all member of this firm, is a progressive method-- . farmer and uses Mr. James Pate Says that clover- - are the foundation The following letter comes irom for good crops and successful farmers. The goat- - are great cavenger-and I'riv. James I'ate, son of Mr. and keep all the fields free from un- Mr-- . W'intield l'ate, of Cloverport. dergrowth and weeds. and who recently landed overseas Somewhere in France. A. E. F. Herefords Dear Mother: Seventy-liv- e head of at Warren T, Mc- averaged Will write you a few lines to let Crary's sale. Kentland, Ind.. May 22. you know I am well and getting This herd is headed by Perfection along tine. How is every one at Fairfax. Twenty bulls brought 84, home? It seems like a long time fifty-fiv- e since I received a letter from home 575, an average of think it will take about twenty females brought $110,600, an average but H. H. Norton make- - a days for mail to reach here. You of will write as specialty of Hereford- - at hi- - Web- milt write often and like France fine can. ster Stock Farm. He is building up much as a nice herd and we hope will MOD although it is some different from the have some in the $3,000 class. States. Well, mother I don't know of any The hor-- e and mule raisers in this more to write tlii-- , time. You write county must raise better horses and - often Rl you can. Mail onlv lea'es they want to keep up with here OflCf I week and mule- will mail you Toll the cattle industry of the county. a letter every week if 1 can. A lot of good mares are needed for all hello for me. Your s in, foundation lock. .lames l'ate. W. J. Owen f& Son. Valley Home Private, Coos pan) M. 6th ni Stock Farm. Hardinsburg, Route 1. American Expeditionary F'orce. sold S. ( '. I las craft & Son a tine JO.) pound Poland ChiM boar for foundathe horses looking by now? Well it is getting late and I have tion stock. lots to do yet, so hail better close, Fanners can now ship butter, eggs, hoping to hear from you all at an dressed fowl-- , vegetables and fruits early date. Don't be uneasy about e that can be me. by mail to an So FfOH Print! Johnnie E. Avitt reached in a reasonable time without spoiling They must be packed in Company M. 6th Infantry, Americrates, boxcaor baskets or any suit- can Expeditionary Force. able containers. ..i.'- - .Ti--i MMW .r NNmI THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG I KY. TRUST CO. e. HARDINSBURG, up into compartcar and divided ments, ten men to a compartment. We rode two days and nights that way. All the box cars are very small and are marked 40 men or 8 horses. Car, you imagine riding that way? Nearly Ml of the lower classes wear woodtfl shoes and make the biggest noise, more than the average horse. The children follow along begging cigarettes, tobacco and pennies. I met one girl, a school teacher, who spoke English. About four of n girls in the us boys and a bench anil we had some fun for a before our train nulled out; half ho-iwe had a Fr ench book, and with her help, we learned MOM French but had more fun trying to trade with back getting the change, etc. They treat us fine and are gnd to see us. but all w.yit to know when more are coming. One French Infantryman, when somebody told him that thousands were coming over and thousands nothing, weekly, said: "thousands end millions and you had better said the make it soon." Another v ar w ould last four more years. Gee. saw a bunch of Zouaves. hut they are big. husky blacks! I u a - talking to one that talked some He said, 'fight, fight, fight English to the finish, death or no Germany!' I'riv. Murray's letter was dated May 10th and mailed from the U. S. Naval Aviation Forces, Panillac, . half-dozer -1 Gir-ond- e. children spent last Sunday with tives at Union Star. Mrs. lCugene Conner was in rela- Total Assets Over $ 1 ,000,000.00 We Offer You Cannel-to- I -- Thursday. Rev. Jones, Fredonia, Ind., preached an txcellect sermon at the Baplist hareh last Monday evening. H C Ater and daughter, Miss Helen of Irvington were guests of relatives and friends here Saturday. Several from here attended the funeral service of Mr. John Kiousch tl Rome, led., Friday afternoon Mr- -. Mat Bisham of rear New is visiting her daughters, MesdaiiKs Tiniu-- , Dieokmau and Ste.vart. Mrs. Win Chen.iult and children, spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Titiius, Mrs. Mat B sh n and Mtn Bva May DIeeknaa attended toe ciimnitiictrasit exercises Mr of the IKveusboro high school. Tioiu .' a ice, Mln Nettle Mm Nraer, b.iug UM of tile graduates. Miss Frances Mattingly, Kirk is the guest of ber brother, Scott Mattingly awl Mrs. .Matting!). V. I). Wcsterfield and little Mrs. daughter, Owcnsboro are guest-- i of Dr. Ow'-u-tor- Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods wkbbsmbbksmlu. wnw. Mama la 9W 6Z Be Ready For An Opportunity One often hears, had a little money I could make a fortune. " Why not be ready when op- "If I only portunity knocks at your door ? Plan to place in the bank a certain percentage of your salary or business profits. Then when the main chance comes along you'll be ready for it. Banking in every form. -- and Mis. G. R. Shively. The Christian church which has been used for a number of years sold Saturday at public sale. Mrs. Marcus Jelly, Union Star the guest ,f Mrs. Richard McAfee, Saturday and Sunday not was was Jr. Prance. In Bankruptcy. $4.-'-'- H; I 1 1 a- 11 1 -- burg were here Thuisday and attended services at the Dowell cemetery. Mrs. Sam Corydun and daughter, Basin Spring were here last week shopping. Jim 11,1!, Nebraska - visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cauey, Coustar. tine were iiere Friday. Decoration day was at the Preaching in the Dowell cemetery. morning and evening. Tony Bullock of Nebraska is visitiug In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of KenWhen you have backache theliver or kidtucky. neys are sure to be out of gear. Try San-o- l, In the matter of Marshall II. Norton, it does wonder! for the liver, kidneys and a Ilaukrupt. convince A trial 50c bottle will bladder. On this 7th day of June A. D. I9I8, on you.. Oct it at the drug store. considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 4th day of June, A. D , 191b, it is ordered by the court that a hearing be bad upon the same on the 21st day of September, A. D. I9IH, before said court at Louisville district, In o'clock M, and Mrs. D. D. Dowell, Hardins- in saidor as near at thereto as in the fore practicable, noon, FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... GARFIELD DENTIST nffloa Unurc viiiuv iivHia H and thai notice thereof be published oue time in The Hreckenridge News a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not lie grauted the Honorable WITNESS Walter Kvans, Judge of said Court, and the seal theraof, at Owcnsboro In said district, on the 7th day of Juue, A. D., 19IH A. G Ronald, Clerk. M. E. Dunn, D C. i p. a. m.lto 12 m. IT). tOp p. III. Always In office during office noun. Irvington, Ky. EDISON Phonographs and Records Come to our store and hear here. day. Mites Run C C Ahl was in Hardinsburg Thurs Mrs. Sallia Miller, Tell City Is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Will Hurley sold A hogshead of new per in Louisville last week for $5 hundred. Medium and good grades are from $2 to $j higher. Dark leaf it still on thet ppward move ami prices getting belter every week. Fully seventy-riive per cent of the tobacco crop in the county has been in France. In his own words he says; "It is set. And but for the shortage of Bjlants the lull crop would have been very interesting over here the people, houses and all. The strangest planted. sight to me is to see the girls in L. A. Faurest had a splendid sale of bloonari mining street cars, wiping head engines, switching, etc. I saw five Jerseys, May 2ii. Thirty-thremade an average of $148. I'eter Lee girls pulling a Hat car by a long rope Atherton, Louisville, bought the tine yesterday. bull, Golden Maid's Fern l'rince, for The cars we travel in are the funHortence' Fern (2) went to niest things not as long as a street $300. e Edward Meador was brought here and buried at the old FYeedom grave yard, Friday, He was he son of Mr. and Mrs. Fairly Meador formely of this as he was commonly called place. was a volunteer in the U. S. navy al Kockford, III., having been In the service only five week's. He died of pneu Harold Murray in France. moma at the age of 22 years. On Not a native born Cloverporter. bis grave was placed a U. S. rlag which but one who spent several years of his grandfather bad made. He is surhi- - boyhood here and who is quite vived by a father, mother, elgbt broth well remembered, is Harold M. Mur- ers and sisters. The mother was un ray. Mr. Murray is at present a sail- able to come od account of serious or overseas and he writes most in- illness at home. We extend our symterestingly of the war times costumes pathy to the bereaved family. by-b- Frank. Mrs. 0. W. Henderson and Miss Alice Waggoper were In Cloverport Thursday shopping. Master Lewis Stuart Walker is visiting bis grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. P. L. Walker. Koy Cbapln and Milton attendtd the ice cream supper at Union Star Saturday night. Little Misses Margaret and Paulina Elder were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo these Wonderful Instruments STEPHENSPORT Miss Esther Payne, Louisville the guest of Miss Marian Dix Wednesday. Rev. C. B. Gentry and brother, W. S. Geutry attended the District Conference at Hawesvllle last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman tud Elder last week. Misses Edith and Mildred Hendrick was on are visiting their uncle, Mr. Frank Wilson and Mrs. Wilson at McQuady. Misses Hassle and Bessie Millar and Kttie Then man who imv been In Louisville for sometime are expected home Sunday for a two weeks visit to their Write FORDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, Iop locoruorn,teU Prices MILL COMPANY, FORDSVILLE, KT. PLANING Manager J parents. Remember News Want Ads. for Quick Results. 15h Breckenridge News JUNK Missea Elritocr UomI. AUrs Couth Eva Jollv: Edward ( lark ami Leonard Announcement. For Appellate Judge Wr are antlinTizrn to announce the ttam V. ffenaao as a candMata for the lVm-a- t Ml It nominal 1011 for Appellate Ju Itr? I om the Secoml district, ii the lirrnaijr, AtaMtt, of J. I'M WEDNESDAY. nttrr-- u, 1918 Ky at the Pout ecorj(i rlrsn -- matter. ruR THE FOREIGN BALOPTCO I nrcn ntrntbtnitu BY ADVERTISING Weatharholt attended the wtk rd house party cf Miti Lida Mae English at tha country homa of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank English, BkllltaMfl Mr. and Mr, Foster Hcysar are liar you Invest your Money with 1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THF PRINCIPAL CITIM ANNOUNCEMENTS J OENFRAL OFFtrFQ itrra t. !a W QUMITV ACSIHACY I u jj DEPENDABILITY are th (actors that nuke our bisinassqrnw I4TES FOR POLITICAL ff:x8xf83 For For For For For Precinct and city Officei t.80 County Officeii $ 6.00 U44 State andlMstrict Offices... f 15.00 iijj Calls, per line 10 TO 10 m Cards, per line For All Publications in the intergj est of individuals or expression ffl 10 9 of Individual views per line ffl Train Schedule on jjjj WWW Stt; from 1'eland, Kla , to spend the summer months with thai' daughter, Mls Ray primary. Lewis Hevst r Thty will do Hunt housekeeping in part of Mrs. Sallia Moorman's house on the River Front in ha Bast End. Mrs John Flake and four childran, Ella, Ambrose, F.valyn and Vara May I Wa art- BVfhof Uflll to nnnnunrr Jurlav W, for for Settle as a luilrjre of the Court of Appeals from the Sec oust Dltttitti aavjeal to the Anaust, litis, F.. Uncle Sam Now? I Classified Or Let Germany take it away from I 1 UUir ADVERTISEMENTS RATE 1c you Later? i ipvnMISf : II 1()KS. the focal H rki invisible L L V I i . - In- Nationally glasses. accepted as the most per- feet double vision glasses yet made. WE rind them right here in our own plant, too. Flake, Kir hart. 111 , art visltiru Mis. Flakes' siater Mrs Stave Wilsjn and They will ft) from here Mr Wilson to Meadt county for a visit to rela W m tives enroute home ft Mis. Ktbtfl Hills lias purchnserl the jfc ffi ffi i Per Word E.:ch Insertion Notf.- - Advertisers felCMt notify th when vou '.vim Ivertisemeni :y9'.mmwwwm FOR SALE We will either invest our money with Uncle Sam now at good inter- ffl ffl ffl The L, H. & St. L. R'y. 1918. Millinery lmsinrss of Mrs I'ordrey and li.is :u!(U'd a lomplete line of I.iidies Ktailv to the line. The stock now composes the newest and best the market afTords iu ladies dresses, waists, novelty sweaters, skirts, underwear, hose etc. Von are invited to call to see the offerings. FOR SALE my f. rin omtaininii 140 acris one Baits West of LodibttftJ, Ky., on the I.. H. laiel, Route St. W$ acres in ssoosU. For furlllcr acl.lrtx Dan Mills r, HakritirM, I'al. L R It. AtratH 4i atrat of Mtttta 1. lea :i"r ' 'Good corn fallow or while shm keil at II tin pel bushel. Hrliuryonr wagon any day. Cora at Pott office Toliinsiort, I nil r per luishel. Oooa seed. 8. S. F.ntrianri. Tonlnsport. Ind. K()K SALE Splendid dweiitnt!. centrally located. For price and terns write or call on Jao, I). Hahhane Cloverport, Ky. to help him win this war. or we will give it up later to pay Germany's War Cost and as much more as Germany chooses to collect. HELP NOW. rate-- , est ask Any ucuiisi Effective February 10, Arriving Irvlnirton Arriving Louisville No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlngton Arriving Louisville No. UBwIllleaveClover iort Arriving Irvlngton Arriving f.oulsvtlle No. 14H leaves Henderson Arrives Owensborn Arrives Shops No. 141 FRIDAY CWm HWJVL No. 142 EAST BOUND will leave Clovcrport ... :U." A. M. 12.:in P. M. wM P. M. 6t6l P. M. 7:.V P. M. :I5 A M. A. M 7:55 A. M. 4:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M. M. ti:"U IiM A. M. 10 The Ball Optical Co, R0BT. I. BALL WHEATLESS VSt WO BMAXk eOK 8AEE :iCn bushels gri d corn cheap. 1200 feet nice iKiplnr lumber. (Ine Ford Automobile. A 1. condition. Call and see II. Trent, llardiusnum. Ky. FOR BALE A 1917 model Ford Toiirlmt C ir. .fust nirht new; In perfect condition. Cill W. C. Moorman. Hiirdlusrniri: Ky. Buy War Saving and Thrift Stamps Do it To-da- 613 South Fourth Louisville. -: Avenue (K BKLAJtlAT VOOm OOHTAJMlHti VHUT TASTKX cUMhIHX y Kentucky milM Ifi- - Wanted Miscellaneous Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Ilawesvllle ArrlvlngOwi nslxiro No. 145 will leave Clovcrport ArrlvlneOwenshoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 WM BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenshoro Arriving Henderson r. ano KEM or Hi GLSSES3 AND SPECTACLES BEWLEYVILLE Mr. hhiI Mrs. C. VfC Robtitson spent Wednesday night the gr.ests ol Mr. and Mrs. Ota K. Cttuptoa. Walter Candiff Cain, Indianapolis is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. W. W. Keith and Mr. Keith. Grover Keith spent Wednesday in Louisville having gone there to see his his brother, Boyd Keith who left tor Camp Sherman, CbHiieottMi Ohio. Miss Mary Heron has arrived home from Lexington to spjnil her vacation with her mother, Mrs. D, C. Heron at her country home Mt Fisgah. Children's Day was tained out lu re but we txpect to b.iVeit the 4th Sunday injure. Svtr) one icvited. Mrs Belle Drurv has recenly visited her fatner T. P, ilardaway at this place. Cbas D:ury and Walhen Drury recow sale at cently littemied a Jer-e- y El z ibethtown. Earl ll.n da way who lormtrly lived here tut now of Louisville rtcently visited relatives here: before leaving June rJ for the Great Lakes, Mich having eulisttd in the navy. Mrs, Horace McCoy and son, Wm Stith McCoy and Miss Ruth McCoy have returned to their home at L'nion , Arriving owenshoro will leave Slurps uu ii,,riiier..ori 12:00 P.M. IS:SS P. M. 1:23 P.M. 7:40 P.M. ItM P. M. 7:i." P. M. P. M. II tg P. M. 12:47 A. M. 1:40 A. M. 5:07 A. M. 7:50 A.M. 7:00 A. M. 6t16A. M. :':- -. s. m. A. M. Vr ., ,M,.J W. Snider, WE WILL PAY frnm Sunt la IMI for full Mil of old fklN 'rcth no mutter if broken vend i ben M once and re I'l-remliinnce by mum mall. Qbi t n vi City Tooth Co., 1718 Atlantir Avr.. nm We have them on sale lit ih it tm Bloomfield, Ky., arrived Monday for a week's stay with her parents, Mr. and Mia. Kdward Mrs. H Boefd liirior wonta OfHr',.. nOODM nnd WHge this to work lii private femttv, kind trcatiiient with to rlliL party. Apply to J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. Gregory. Mrs Vol liuren Butts, Casey ville WANTE1) Vou io make tr.i money by tliat span- rtMim or your rcnnt honM hf mnntnaa WautAd. In TBI BRI OKENBIOUE MJCW8. a'rived Tuesday afternoon ol last week for a visit to her paren's, Mr and Mrs. J. Kramer. Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter, Miss Annie Murray Ferry, Louisville were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mis. Edward Bowne. Mr. and Mrs. Warfield Collins, Mrs. F. II. Smith and Mrs. That), J. Ferry 1'. Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST perm mtntlv in HardinsbiTK, OCOapTlOf ' llics recently vacated by Dr. Walker. Located Everything in FOOD THE U BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardu arc. Window lass. Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, (irease, Rouhno, C Louisville Thursday anl Friday of last week Mrs. A B. Skillman returned Friday were in r L. C. TAUL insuraf.es Ollics i evening from Louisville where she was S. Nicholas were the guest of her son, Air. James Skillman and Mrs Skillman In Louisville Saturday. Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Berry and children, Miss Claudia 1'ate went to LouisPaul Kdward, Helen and Sam Jr were ville Monday to spend several days Mrs. John A Barry is io Greenville the guesls of Mr anil Mrs. Cbas. O. for a month's visit to Mr. A C. Rice. Berry in Owensboro Sunday. Miss Mildred D. Habbaga will be J. M. Carman, StKriff of Breckinhostess to au informal tea Wi dnesday ridge county went to Louisville afternoon from 4 to 6 in honor uf Mrs. R lJerry Davis, Warsaw, Ky. Elizabeth Rabbage is here to Miss Mrs. W. H. Blocher and son, Billy, Louisville and Mrs. B. F. Watts and J son, Thurston, Jeffersonvilie are visitMil less Owen, Louisville spent sever ing Mr. and Mrs. E- G. Bailes. week with his mother, ' al day's t Mrs. R. l'erry Davis and daughter, Mrs J. T. Owen.V. Jenny Richey Davis and Miss Leonora Miss Hettie Hurriel Faittfwensboro McGavock were in Skillman, Ky-- , for is visiting her sisler, Mrs Jesse liaitrum the week end visiting Mrs. Addie and Dr. Baucum. Ireland. Mr. Hugh Donaldson, Bowling Green Miss Cecil Simons and Henry May was the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Simons, children of Mr. Alvin Simof last week. Jarboe part Colo., Denver, ons, arrived here Miss Hazel Babbitt, I.eitchfield is here Tuesday for an extended visit to sister, Mrs to spend a month with her relatives. W. H. Keer and Mr. Keer. Weather holt and btr Mrs. Gto. Mrs. Annie Huff returned to Owens daughter, Mrs. C. G. Brabandt spent boro Saturday after a two week's visit Thursday and Friday in Louisville to her neice, Mrs James Sahlie. with Mrs. Weatherholt's sister, Mrs. Miss Fronnie'Dean, Ft. Worth, Texas, Mary Kyan. is here to spend some time with her Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham and their arents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dean. two sons, Joe Jr. and Billy Graham, Mrs. Clyde Morrison and children, Evatisville are here for a ten days visit Mildred and Wallace Morrison are in to Mr. Graham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Price Graham Louisville the guests of relatives. Mr, and Mrs Geo. Yancy, Louisville E. Wethington, AJton, III , came here Sunday to attenflr the funeral of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Ferry Clifton Stinnett. his brother-in-laFrank Ferry Sunday. Mrs. Amelia Cummins, St. Petersburg accompained them to Louisville MonFla. is the guests of her neices, Mrs. H. day to spend the day V. Duncan and Mrs J. H. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Golan Wethington, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mitchell, St. Cannelton, Mr and Mrs. Mike Flood Louis, Mo., are guests of Mr Mitchell's and Hubert Wilson were the dinner guests uf their parents, Mr. and Mrs. pareuts. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mitchell. Wilson Sunday. Lost A valuable letter with fmght Sttve Miss Cornelia Mattingly has resigned will please bills attached. The finder her place iu the l'he on Tobacco Co., in return to the Breekenridge News Office. this city to accept a position as bookWANTED Woman for general of the U, S. washing. Good pay. keeper for the president housework. No Miss Ky. National Bank iu Owensooro. Hardinsburg, R. N. Warren, Mattingly left Monday afternoon. Miss Gussie Lewis O'Bryan and Mrs. J. Byrnt Sevtra want to Owans-bor- o O'Bryan. Tobinsport and Sam Basaett, Tuesday morning to sat her brothHardinsburg Union Star wtre in er, Wm Barret, who it at home from Camp Zachary Taylor on a furlough to r. t. j ur ii,ri ha- - returned to htr ste hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm .. IT., i. .fior a Visit tn Mr. and Mrs I. Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, LJghtning Tornado and w IndAtortn, Life, Accident, health AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION Insurance. I Old Reliable Companies WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor A Star. Thursday In Mrs. Z. T. Stith sie-i- t Louisville. Rev. T. Byron Bandy, Fordsville came Thursday to join his family here anc' visit relatives. Mrs Will Corby and two handsome sons of Louisville are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McCoy. G. A. Foote and Miss Bertha Foote spent Thurday in Brandenburg the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Bircher. Friends of Major General B. F. Hardawav will be glad to hear that he has recovered from a nervous break down and after several month's stay at a hospital in Washington, D. C. , is able to join Mrs. Hardaway and B. F. Hard away, Jr., at their home in Baltimore, Md. Major Hardaway is now a retired man. Miss Virginia Head the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Head of Irvington, has returned to her home alter a pleasant visit with Miss Laura Mell Stith. Wilda Triplett and Laura Mel Stith were busy Wednesday und Thursday registering the women of this school district. Elbert Compton Bandy spent a few days .siiis her graudparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Sanfonl McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Finis Clascomb and Oscar Dowell motored to Louisville Saturday and were week end guests of relatives. Cloverport, Kentucky - Goes to Camp Pike. Uomer Combest, of the .'i.'Urd Infantry Camp Zachary Taylor has received his commission as Second Lieutenant in the Third Officers Training Camp and will report for duty at Camp I'ike, Little Hock, Ark, of Lieut Combest it the son Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whithworth of Hardinsburg, as Mra. Combest was formerly Miss Clara Wnitworth in-la- For the June Bride I The month of Weddings is here and perhaps 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. REMEMBER JUSTIN GODART Your Home Jeweler T. C. LEWIS Ci-- Hardinsburg, Ky. IfeSJ's. lpS) () IzfrSl 'v) ;c?.rraj c?'7, SSfeiE- - gg3) 53t?rnNsar t r Announcement Of the purchase of the Millinery business of Mrs. James N. Cordrey and the addition to the stock of a complete line of the newest and best the market affords in Ladies Ready 11 -to- DEEP SEA TALK . . Barret. X. 1 . TIME IS MONEY for every If you had a dollaron account lost minute you have your, los.ng time, hat watch ofwould be as rich as vou no doubt, who can repa.r Croesua, A man watches aatisiacio.r.y m MmmmiTwrn Mrt. J. Proctor Ktlth wat nosteat to a party Monday afternoon from t to 6 in honor of tha birthdaya of ber two cbarming little daughters Mlaa Anna Elizabeth Keith and Misa Katharine Carr J i Orlpwalt "J - I k a.iirn.H Watch Inspector s nailltra Prompt Atttntion. Jail Ordtrt Htctlvt Ulisrv.t Keith. Mr. and Mrt. Hoy Hayaar have laft Cincinnati, Ohio, and ara living in Huntington, W. Va., where Mr. Hayter hat been promoted to a mora lucrea-tlv- a potition with the Solvay Coke and Coal Co., of Cincinnati. Miss Kathleen Crist leaves this week for Memphis, Tenu., to visit ber uncle, Mr. Percy Carson and Mrs. Carson and from there she will go to Slater, Miss., to spend some time with her aunt. Miss Rebecca UicketU before returning home. The French goveroVieut bus piled huge responsibility oil Justin UodHrt, former assistant seoretury of war and president of the French chamber of deputise. He has been sent to America, partly to convey the thanks of Fruuce for the aid rendered by the I Hit. States to Frunce through the Ked Cross, the Y. M. C. A. and other orgHnlzutlons. Ills muiu work here will be to explain In public addresses the work done by the military health department, which he brads, In suuitation und comfort for the armies of France and tile OHM Mau-- lu the French "I Iiute old Hill Lobster. He a .iiy. republic. Ills has not been u awlvel-chal- r looks ho ssour." Job, for he bus been muiiy times "He can't help that; It runs Iu hla under Hie, huvln won the war cross family. All oi bla aueeHtora were While visiting uu udvuueed post under heuVy artillery tire. lumle Ul ill Sllllld." r' s I -Wear. Your calling to inspect the stock will be appreciated. MRS. ETHEL HILLS Cloverport, Ky. For High Class Joh Printing try The Breekenridge News Long Live The King By NARY ROBERTS RINEHART responded listlessly. "I nm tired I All she said, when Nlkky finished, think I a in always tired." was: "I might have known It. Of AMERICANS IN HERO ROLE n parv Copyright, lt!7, Th It 1gw it "Lemon and two hint pa," muttered course they would get me, as they did Cupjrlbt, 1917, Mary Hubert Ulnnhirt the crown prince. All Hlgbu Henerrcd ikk s. the others." Itut a moment Inter she That! Hedwig, (live It to him, Bteaae.M rose and threw out her nrms. "How Incident of Early Spring Offensive of Nlkky ci;i ,i triii,. , ;,,. their skillful they are! ffhey knew about Huns on the Somme That Should "s toliclied. -' lint he lasted lis it. It s al In Hurt of the nlot Th..v Vhile tney played, overhead tin1 Make Americans Proud of ten. and pronounced It excellent made you promise never to desert great hearse wns ri'inly nt hint. Its I'rim e Ferdinand William otto ehnt- - "He. Their Men. that their arrangements need woodwork shone, lis gold crosses tered excitedly. He told of Ihe dog. not he Interfered wllh. Oh, I know git aim 1. No lath of (lust dint ui ooil dilating on Its cleverness. Out pUOBing tliein, hitter than you do. They are Washington. Its Mrtan MgalBctaMb The story of the part politely over the manner of its return. all cruel. It la the blood." The n. nil Hint the buy who hnd boon America and Americans pluyed In aidNow and then Hedwig glanced at working on it stood I k nnd suring the Hritish and the French during That evening the Princess Hedwig Nlkky, when he was not looking, nnd went unannounced to her grandfather's veyed It. the eurly spring offensive of the Geralways, when they dared, the young apartment, anil demanded to be almans on the Somme can never be ade"All reiidy," suid the iniin. leaning soldier's eyes were on her. lowed to enter. quately told. The whole picture Is too OD the handle of his long brWki "Now "She will take some tea without big to paint on one canvas. It Is only A gentleman In waiting bowed deepit May happen any time." (Continued next week). sugar," announced the crown prince. by describing the work of individuals ly, but stood before the door. "Your "It is very handsome. But I am While he poured It. Hedwig was highness must pardon my reminding and particular groups of workers that glad I M ii t the old k;ng." The hoy thinking. Wus It possihle that Nlkky, your highness," he said firmly, "that Rome Idea of the American effort and picked up pull tod brasMa, "Jfotb- of every one. should have heen chosen no one may enter his majesty's pres- RAISE GARDEN STUFF Its effectiveness in this historic battle Ing to look forward to but Hint." to carry to Karl the marriage nrrange-ments- ? ence without permission." can be brought home to the people "Hill much m kwk liiick on," the What an Irony! What n .lest ! back home and then only In a small "Then go In," said Hedwig, In a "I Would Present Him to You." ii... observed grimly, "nnd little thnt It was true there was a change in white rnge, "nnd get the permission." ." is Red Cross Establishes Truck way. utunwclata, followed by an Irritated While It is perhaps only a very The gentleman In waiting went In, The hoy chimed through a window, Hilda, came out of the simp. Hllda'l him. He looked stihdued. almost sad. "To Karnia 1" she asked, when very dellherately, because his dignity Farms in France, small incident in the history of that below which the riding ring stretched Wardrobe had heen purchased, nnd I'rince Ferdinand William Otto hud wus outraged. The moment be had great affair, the story of how a small its brawl surfnce, scarred hy nervous was not to her taste. left the room. "Offlclnlly?" gone, however, Hedwig Hung the door hoofs, "i would change places with band of Araericun Red Cross workers "Good heavens," cried the arch"Not exactly." open, and followed, standing, a figure Supplies Recreation and Employment carried on" at one of the evacuation the crown prince." he laid enviously. duchess, nnd stared into the carriage. "Where. In Knrnla?" hospltuls back of the British front of trnglc defiance. Inside the heavy to Convalescents and Increases "Listen to hi m I Always laughing. "Otto "I ended," Nlkky confessed, Never to hihor, nor worry, nor think should make Americans proud. When "at curtains of the king's bedroom. Food Supply, "He Is mine," said the crown prince Wedellng." " Of the next day's food all but a few of the hospital staff had "There is no use saying you won't fondly, "lie Is the cleverest dog. He Hedwig gazed nt him. her elhows see me, grandfather. For here I am." "Young fool :" The man camp to can do all sorts of things." Paris. With a view to supplying left with the two hundred or more propped on the tea table, pntlents nnd the Germans were ad They eyed each other, the one, It recreation nnd employment to his shoulder and glanced down also, "Then," "Put him out." "Would like to he a princeling, then must be told, n trifle unenslly, the escents, nnd incidentally increasing vancing only a few miles away, four "Hut hi' Is mine," protested Ferdi- she said. "I think you know." Ha worry. No trouhle. Always piny, nand William otto, "lie is n gift "I know, highness." other desperately. Then into the the food supply, the American Red American army surgeons, assigned to king's eyes came a flush of admiration, Cross bus established ten "And you have nothing to sav?" play!" Me gripped the hoy's shoulder. Thai gentleman there, in the corduroy truck forms the American Red Cross for work at "Look, hul. ut the windows about jacket " "Highness," Nlkky began huskily, and just a glenm of amusement in connection with base hospitals in this particular hospital, declared their That Is what it is to he u prince ,1 "i'ut tt in out," said the Archduchess "you know what I would say. And "So I perceive," he said. ' Come France where, under trained supervi intention of "sticking till h froze Wherever you look, what do you see?1 Annunciate, And six Red Cross ambulnnce that I eanaot To take advantage of here, Hedwig." sion, the convalescents are raising over. Stablemen? OraOBMl A sister of charity wns standing by vegetables for consumption In Huh, secret There was nothing else to do. The Otto's fancy for me. a child's liking, to the hos- and truck drivers, ns well as several agents, watching that no assassin, crown prince did not cry. He was violate the confidence of those who the king's had She had eared for pitals. The n American Red Cross nurses nnd aides Kur .f mm mM IMS iii i... Mich perhaps us you and I, lurk lunch too proud. am doing that, every him through many illnesses. In the increased during the year the Atnerl- - stuck" with them. He thanked the placed me her. ahout." The Amerlcnns mu-'fintervals she retired to her cloister and can Ked Cross supplying seed, Implo-raa- d donor again carefully, and regretted moment. holy books and sewed for the incuts and trained supervisionas well not because of sheer Ml lie Stopped and sfnrcd. wiping tBe that he could not accept the doc. He; "What about me?" Hedwig nsked. cause the hospilul hud the op, glass dear that he might see heller. said it was a wonderful dog. and fuel "Do I count for nothing? iocs it not I""""- "S money for operating expenses. Nlkky without his cap, disheveled and the sort he liked. And the ciirriage matter ut all how I feel, whether I :im The sister went out, her black habit At one place, where there nre three nity of serving a few wounded Hushed wllh exertion, was making a drove away. happy or wretched? Isn't that as Im- drugging, but she did not sew. Some Mae hospitals together, u farm of 100 liers from day to day nnd could sat their lives. And nt this wrltlnir thesJ frantic shot at Ihe white hull. rolling time later she heard bitter crying in acres Is now under culiiviition He went hack to the palace, nnd portant us honor?" past him. Where had he aeca such a finding that the governess slid had a rlCBM are still there, giving much- Nlkky dung out his bunds. lie royal Di d chamber, uml the kings Ihe average farm is about eight acres. A "You bead), sin h a gylag mop of balrl Ah: headache, settled down (o the i wo oi tlie iurger tujius ure equipped needed nieiucai attention to Drench burnt know," he said rapidly. "What can T tones, soothing now and very sad. ill' reineinhered. It was the lling w "There is a higher duty thai happiwith tractors. For the most part, how- nnd Hritish soldiers who are brought frame. Once he glanced up h( tell you that you do not know a thouyoung d. vil who had attacked him and the woolen dog on its shelf at the top sand I lines ? I love you. Not as a ness." he said. "There are greater ever, the work is hand labor, that the buck to this hospital because It is the etben that night in the of tht cabinet "Well, anyhow," he subject Hag adore his princess, hut things than love. And one day you convalescents muy profit to the utmost the nearest one buck of that point of when Petet Wlbaeg lay stunned! w ill know this." the line. ns a man loves u womnn." from the outdoor exercise. said .sturdily, "I still have you." Stay on the Job. When she went In Hedwig had gone, She drew herself up. "Love!" she Owing to climate conditions garden-in:- ,' and the old king, lying in his bed, whs la an said. "I do not call that love." CHAPTER XI. The big guns of the Hritish and Mlm RralthwaHa had a had heaeV occupation "It Is greater love than you know." looking ut the portrait of his dead in France and is carried on in u most French have been planted in the rear ache thai afternoon, and the crown , prince drove out with his aunt. The As a Man May Love a Woman. said poor NUtky, BM all his courage son. intensive way, with every inch of of it and then moved further buck. Hedwig came to tea that afternoon. died a moment Inter, uml his resolution ground under Cultivation and rows be- The Bocbe airmen come over at night. Archduchess Annuii'lata went shopThe following TTUtltg the Countess tween rows, as, for iusta.ice, cubbages The little group of Americans have ping. The crown prince n t In :lu She came in softly, ami defiantly, for with it, for without warning Hedwig Carriage and watched the people. Til. she was doing a forhidden thing, but dropped her head on her bunds nnd, Loecheh left for a holiday. rows of potatoes, She had between WMa seen the troops, guns and transports the choice of but two iiltcrnutlvos, to plants ure removed In the morning the go by in streums to points in tlie rear, muu heatde the enachman sat with I'rince Ferdinand William otto had crouching forlornly. Ml to sohhing. "1 ' do as she had been commanded, for It ground Is worked over during tlie day but us long us the wounded are D ted on you," she suid wildly. alert eyes, and llurc were others who put away the frame against such a He hnd. as a matter of "And you are like the others. No one amounted to that, or to die. The com-and by night the soil is again lit work brought there, these Americana will scanned the crowd Intently. Hut it contingency. was a quiet, almost an adoring crowd, fact, been putting cold cloths on Miss cares how wretched I am. I wish I Uittee would not kill her. In ense she on freshly sown seed. No cliurge is stay. fulled them. It would he unnecessary. made the hospitals for the produce. might die." A few hours after American Red and tin re was even a dog, to Prince Bralthwalte'a forehead. "I always do il," he informed HedThen indeed Nlkky was lost. In an Fnotigh that they place the letter and nut accounts are kept uml It is expect- - Cross headquarters in 1'aris learne Ferdinand William otto's huge dewig. "I like doing it. It gives me instant he was on Ills knees heside the code in the hands of the author- ed to show that the farms more than of the big German offensive, It d light Tlie man who owned the dog. seeing something to do. She likes them her, his arms close about her, his head ities, by some anonymous means. Well pay for the cost of operation. patched eight trucks and motor .through these gardens many French to this hospital to aid In the eyecua-I'oilu- s 1 the child's eyes on him. put him rather dry. so Ihe water doesn't run how ed against her breast. And Hed- enough she knew the chiincellor's in- wig relaxed to bis embrace, will huvu their first taste of the! tion of the patients. Nffeht 2fhtl dae through Ids tricks. Truly a wonderful down her neck." when at flexible anger, nnd the Archduchess Hud .Miss Heaithwalte not heen ill. last he turned uml looked up ut her. Annunciata's cold rage. Thev would gi eut American delicucv. "corn on the the Red Cross AttMm wo.-t,- i dog, that would catch things on ifs nose and lie dead, rousing only to a Hedwig would have talked things over it was Hedwig who bent and kissed NW(,ep her away with a gesture, nnd Mh" A greuter use of a vuriety of! Ing the wnunded from the hospital to she would die the death of till traitors, vegetables is made in France than In Paris whistle which its owner called Ga- Willi ner then. There wns no one els. him. to whom she could go. BUM refused A week! Time had been when a America and the Red Cross is "At least," she whispered, "we have briel's trumpet. When this had been accomplished Prince Ferdinand William Otto, 'o consider the prospect of murrluge had ibis. We can nlwavs rememher She dismissed the caretaker with a ing seed for beans, beets, cabbage, the Red Cross curs went out Into the cauliflower, brussels sprouts, currots, surrounding country to pick up the I whatever comes, that we have had Jest lire. growing excited, leiuied quite out of ns anything but pleaeuralila. ami becelery, Swiss chard, chicory, corn, cu- wounded, who were attempting to Huve you any discretion over me? the window. "What is your dog's tween her other aad Hedwig there, this." cumbers, leeks, lettuce, melons, mache wulk to a hospital, and to aid the r niuat you reler mutters to those Hut Nlkky wns of verv hiimnn stuff Manor he Inquired. In his dear trehle. laid never been uny close M salad, onions, parsley, peus, potatoes, refugees si ..i,...., lilt; ami not the sort that may live by '"t you ntuug .1... man took off his hut and bowed, The " 'U. parsnips, pumpkins, radishes, spinach, Besides transporting these two hunmusr reier to them." i .in miss I ia ii wa e lay motionless, memories. Toto, highness. He was very haggard He is of French "How long will It take to send a squash, tomatoes, turnips, cress, fen- dred or more wounded men to places her face set In lines of suffering, and wl'1'" '"' n,se to his feet haggard, and origin." nel and sorrel. A large amount of the of safety, the Red Cross cars a time Hedwig rose and tiptoed nls "touth wns doggedly set. "I will nessuge and receive a reply?" aided "He is a very nice dog. I have al- - after mmm ueo 00111 us u ooiieu vegetable ISO refugees to the railheads in three He considered. never give you up, now," he said. "Until tomorrow ways wanted a dog like that. He out of the room. auu in making soup. clays. I'rince Fordinuiid William Otto was Hrave words, of course. Hut as he night, mudame." MBM. be a great friend." But their work had only begun. Another day gone then, and nothing lea hnd already come, and said them he renllzed their futility. "A great friend, highness." He excited, Despite the evucuatlon of the hosnital The eyes he turned on her were, as ictcrmlncd would have expatiated on the dog, but on the rure occasions when the goverand the consequent order for more of "Now, listen," she said "and listen he was uncertain of the etiquette of ness was 111, It was his ariettas tn he claimed her, without hope. For IF A WATCH IS WEARING I have come here to decide the staff to uccompuny the pntlents carefully. wns no escape, g. the procedure. His face heamed with pour the tea. points or surety, the wounded e APPAREL, THEN HE WINS "Nlkky Is coming," he suid rapidly, Hedwig. with shining eyes, was al- Vpleasure, however. Then u splendid . coming in. Ninety per cent of them ami i ne inree ot us will have a purty. "'inly planning, Impulse came to him. This dog, his w g lid .1 were serious cuses. "We will go away, Nlkky." she aald. lease uon t tell me how you llki your g Practically all Wichita, MM companion, he would present to Kun. Is a watch demnnded Immediate operations. wearing appurel? That Is the Ml crown prince. It wus all he had, tea. and see If I can 1 nut Not simple operations, but mujor ones, "Very well, deur," Hedwig suid nnd he would give It. freelv. even quesiion thut John Lewis, a where a steudy nerve, delicate touch gently, and went to the window though It lert him friendless. Wichita furniture deuler, has and sure hand were necessary to give Nlkky entered ulinost Immediately. Hut here again hi' was at a loss. asked the courts to decide. LewAs a mutter of fuct. although he the wounded the best chance for llfe.1 Was it the proper thing? Did one do is hus the business in his wife's Work Night and Day. nume. He hus been sued sevMat tilings In this fusblon, or was showed no truce of it, Nlkky hud been (here a procedure? Night and day the American sm eral times lately. He i ked an eye havtag an extremely bail time since geons worked. at the box of the carriage, hul the two his return; the chancellor, who muy or In one suit ids watch and all There were a few muy not MM known that his hear! men sat Impressive, Immohlle. nurses to assist, but all were tired the money that he happened to Finally he made up his mind. Hat was breaking, had given him completely fugged, have with him, 50 cents, were ven mentally severe scolding on the wny hack fWBj in hand, he stepped forward, physically. Every one needed rest. "Highattached. Lewis, through his atness.' he said nervously, "since the Wedellng. It did Nlkky pood, too, lor 1:111 torney, claims thut the wuteh is there were the men coming ,n log plsassa you, I i would primal it roused him to his own defense, and .... !.,. .. weurlng uppurel, "udorument," m ei itnv r o os in, i i luiuuily him to ,ou." made him forget, for u few m tmm torn, and suffering untold agonies. So and cites the Century dictionary me.-anyhow, that life was over for lilm, lo Ihe crown prince's voice no one thought of stopplug, HUI for proof. was full of incredulous Joy. (and that the. chancellor carried his when one did get a few hours off duty Yos, highness. If such u thliiL' he death sentence In hlu ..I." .0., ., there were the big guns only tt few 111apermissihle." ut li case. hundred feet from the hospital. ri,ey "An- yon sure you don't mind?" After that, arriving in the capital, belched und roared all night. "He is the best I huve, highness. I they had driven to the little office Of course, some of the cuses were ERROR STAMPS BRING $20,000 wish to offer my best." In a buck street, nnd there MlWfc. h...i hopeless and no amount of surgical I'rince Ferdinand William Otto ul- - unused himself ugaln enough to give Inverted Airplane on New Impression skill or medical attention cou.1,1 gaVe iuosi cnohi u will! excitement. "1 time a lloscrlutlou of Peter Nlbnrir t mem. tiere again ine American Createe Big Value Bought by alwuys wanted one," lie cried. "If give the location of the house where Cross men came in for more wor Colonel Green. you are certain you can spare him, I'll he lived. But he slumped IlL'uin lifter cy nun 10 uig tne graves and be very good to him. No one," he that, ate no dluner, and seut a loug-is. New York. A sheet nt inn r u. pallbearers. said, "ever gave me a dog before. I'd time In the place, staring up at 0ne nlht W88 e8Pcl''J':r bfc new postal airplanes stamps, but with like to huve him now, if I muy." Annunciata's windows, where he hu?I I the airplane turned upside down doctors Were krl't The crowd was growing. It pressed once seen Hedwig on the balcony. through an error made by the bureau aMnK rooln u,lt" closer, pleased at the boy's delight. Then, late In the evening, Nlkky morning. The nurses bed . of enroi vine and nrintin. Truly they were participating In greut was summoned to the king's bedroom, Ington. hus been nurchuiu.,! tnr twnvn bit of rest. One nurse only wi things. A small cheer and many and came out pule, with his shoulders by Col. B. H. R. Green of Texas, son able' 80 UKuln t,,e Rvd smile - followed the lifting of the dog very square. He had received a real were nUad upon. One of the late Hettv Green. w Indow of the cur- through the open wigging this time, and even con- Which of You Is In Authority?" She dow counter at the post office in Wash- - to the Pert,m' "urgeon. nuge. auu tne uog was surely a dog tempiated throwing himself in the In service until :he last w Ington this sheet sold for $24. Demanded. to be proud of. Alreudy It shook river. Only he could swim so s So far as la known here, this la the was rolled flnaljy into hie with the crown prince. nahiy well I a certain question. Whether you know only sheet that escaped the vigilance Perhaps, in thut motley gathering, Hut he had the nuturul elasticity of 'We Will Go Away, Nikky," She Said. whut thut question is or not, does not 01 ine Washington postal authorities. Prevent. Sugar Famll there were some who viewed the scene youth, and a sort of persistent belief And it must be soon, mutter. But before I decide it 1 must Colonel Green said here he nlanned because other Pullman, Wash. Boys with hostile cm s, some who saw, not In his own luck, ruther like the cbun- - wise " take a certain Journey. I wish to muke a ijuruuu or me sneet for nls 10 misningtou s a child glowing with delight over a cellor's conBdence In seven as a num- Nlkky dared not touch her agaiu. thut Journey. It is into Kuruia." collection and dispose of the other cln08 are t0 be enlleted In glft, but one of the hated ruling fatn- - her a coulldeuce, by the way, Which She watched him. "It is Impossible. knowing wimt he had to say. "Dear auiuut ws menus, it Is pre- - wv uiuvpilbui 10 raise sugar bet lly. a barrier, un ohstucle la the wuy the coutltess could easily huve shaken l est, he said, beudlua toward her instructions " dieted by philatelists that if the sheet thu yur- t0 be stored and set out of freedom. But if such there were, So he hud wukened the next morning "I am not asking your permission. proves 10 ea tne only one in existence lne pri"g or 1819, to produce they were few. It wus, Indeed, us the ruther cheerful than otherwise, and that Is what we cannot do." beet I wish to send a "No?" She to the commitspring of UHQ u ,ta terrorists feared. The city loved the over a breakfast of broiled ham hud still confident. looked up, puwleri. but tee. They, and letter alone, will de- outside the government ownership, tlie "e1 for they stumps will attain a philatelic value MfUMld In this way thut the "Aad why. cewardlv refused to look ahead farther than Ue one?" b"!L -termine this tiling. Will you eend the Of 1200 each. eued sugar famine may be nvWUlli, ' M j . Mcciiuse I have (riven my word to That afternoon, in thf study. Nlkky remain wllh the crown prime" Then, hesitated when he saw Hedwig. seeing thnt she still did not muipro- Then he cimie and hint w over her heml. lie explained, swiftly. He stood, hand. And Hedwig. hecnuse every us ninny a twin has stood before, be- yearned to touch his shining rweea ana ami teyattj to his king, hent head, spoke to him very calmly, nnd he wus n soldier. lie hud no was rather distant, a little mid. choice. "You have heen nwny, I think?" she It was terrible to him to see the said. light die out of her eyes. But even 'Tor n day or two, highness. as he told her of the dancers that "And today," he added. repronrh-fully- , rnmpaaaeg the child nni geeetbig oth- "today vnu did not ride." rs el the fiimlly, he saw that they I did riot feel like ridinir." Hedwig touched her remolelv. If at all. ' i day. letter?" she her writing table, shall write Ihe letler," she suid Naughtily. "See that It Is sent When repen at ti ad of the time im i have sent such a letter, you can Judge heller than I the result If it has not heen received." He was still dubious, but she wrote the letler and gave It to Mag, her face proud and scornful. Hut she was not easy, for all that, uml she Watched from her balcony to see If any aggM ger left the castle nnd descended the mountain road. She was rewarded, an Hour Inter, hy seeing a figure leave th old gateway and start ufoot toward Hi village, ii pale faced man with color less hair. A pari of the hidden guard that surrounded her. she knew, nn someiiow liiinillar. Hut, although sh racked her hralns, she could not meniher where she had seen him. Thnt duf, townrd evening, the huge an presented himself. He brought no letter, hut an oral message. "Permle sion is given, mudame," he said, myself shall accompany you." "I up and moved to "1 When he hesitated, perplexed, TREAT WOUNDED IN FACE OF FOE Red Cross Workers Refuse Retreat While There Is Work To Do. toj Q r 1 w f.,,-,.- 1 ' t anil I et 1 r,. I nmli Co CI j 1- ' 1 1 ' ! ee9esieeJ?eei?e9e?eiete 1 XI y I if j f '. ' ees?eJ?eJ?eeeJ?eeJ?etee9e ,i 11 -- . thm'' W dam-hand- v n. . 1 ""'" - 7 a Je 1 i f gaf-T- jMMB KEEP CHIEF OF ARMY Suspected PollCc BUSY j y mpnran Trnnnc . i Wnt llnmlw ... - tuif Full of Mischief. FROLIC LKE COLLEGE BOYS Cigart, Eggs, and a Dottle of Wine Among Missing Articles to Be Traced One Day Escapades No More Than Reaction From the Heavy Strain of Very Active Army a Baseball Maneuver. V.'!. n the whole story of tbla war shall have been written n win ba without n chapter about how Hie Aincrtcnn boya he ha red in ft The historian should tret the material for ihiii chapter from the proven nor mA He is the chief or gelloa, so far as the Americana are coneenied. I urn nt present living with regiment itotloned in little French village where from time to Una are an ear the booming of I ha suns aa the spttl front, beeping the hoys olwayi NUrinded of the direction In which the.v are beaded, writes n correspondent of the New York Tinea, There or few French folk in tha place the.v moved to where It Is safer. And So the Americana are pretty much In nu n nm 'nil IM of hi there lire llllollt lio tlioiw ,i4 nninv American soldiers here as there ever were civilian Frenchmen and Flench- ll(V lire ii r available house, nm! In some that Willi it out n iivilllnli wort, ll nut ll, it they had to be. In one that falls In the latter cnte-nI am living. Myself, this type-iter, and some blankets are the only furniture it has. To gal out of my l'milll I have to fo Ihrolo'h Ibo riinin r in Mis room is Ho it has a lied. wns n hed until the. Tionse nut In a charge tor I'nder tlh' armv nlan. n miau 'Mh n lied In it Costs one franc a day, lit If there Is no lied the charm Is only IK) cent lines. And so the provost marshal knows he has a bed to sleep on and not n box. It says so in the Official records of the wnr department of the Cnlted States. We were In- spooling the room of the provost marshal the other day and noticed a part of the all at one end was corrugated Steel. We pushed it up, and lo, there We immediately call- was a fireplace. ed the owner of the house and demanded a fire. It was very dilli- cult, he said, because he had no wood, to a tainted breakfast When a French In to say excitedly that nnd never used lire except for cook- - farmer came some Americans were "mixing it up" iii' with several C.ernian prisoners of war Threat to Burn Bed. who were being worked on a road a When we convinced him that unless short distance away. ... MA ........1 HMllwl. .1... MMMMi .,,.,. "Well, that damage, tit least, won"; jal s lied was going to lie sacrificed matter," said the lieutenant: "I'm gochanced his mind about the difli- ing to breakfast." And be did. It is not to be supposed from these '',m Kht be that someone had f,.., Incidents of an hour or two of the life He got the five of a provost marshal that the Ann i OomeKood are an unruly lot. Far from it; francs and two hoTTrV .Vter reappearedwith three bundles of fagotti? evphiln- they ure the best behaved of righting Ing his delay by saying that on the men. These incidents represented perway he hud stopped to milk three haps the twelve hours' devilment of We got the fire started and some 2,5(Kl men, most of them under Cows. years old, and their esquickly saw that at the rate the fagots twenty-seveburned we were soon going to be cold capades were no more than the reacWe explained to the man of tion from the heavy strain of very acagain. When the bugle call the house that we must have bis pieces tive maneuvers. He r .ilied that only the tells them at 9 :,'I0 o'clock at night to of wood. cure had such wood, ami that It was get off the streets, he who refuses to Impossible to buy wood from the cure, obey Is the rarest exception, and genThe pro- erally a new man in the army. and besides It was Sunday. vost marshal gave him ten francs and And here comes the provost marshal told him to bring the wood. And he from breakfast. He is followed by two did. I was sorry I didn't go along to French civilians with some tale of woe, see how he got the wood from the cure hut he Is whistling. Is the chief of the Mm Ml hn tlllllll iMlillf WHS provost guard, and I have heard the ' ,111, 11.11, till ,s . me nMIINllll Nells . .. l.. same tune used for a certain verse iui ne mn ii. from Gilbert and Sullivan when De Wolf Hopper tried to sing the "Pirates none of our affair how the man got of Penzance." the wood. ... Imur fiinq .. . . BURIED BARREL OF PORK provost marshal Is a very ill Her He Is a young nrsi neui-uman. Found in Good Condition After Beand his home Is In New YorK ing Hidden Five Years. after the He lias told BM that A barrel of fresh pork, government Inspected, was unearthed on the fane hasn't said what he Is going to of former C ounty Commissioner Henry hut I think lie is training to be a Bergman In Rice township, near Frea.... it.iiiiii T UltPtlU llf hits i in t t. ' ii.ita.t vi vnrK. mont, O., by Mr. Bergman, as he was plowing In the field. The pork was i Hll'rll ll II nwiwn ' ,.n Imivm In found to be In good condition. IV t like ll mm in It is believed the barrel containing . .iMiii hut t Is ..... chut rhev don t the pork has been burled In the ground u It L't.. i And bt- - since the flood of March, 1013. u tinit's van lll iv i tirrtr u ki In a low spot, along the .i i.r.ivnsi innrshiil hus was discovered j.. ' i" . inr.v ut ...... w.HM.' IIIH'S 111 HH - Saudusky river, and covered with sevi.. i.. i eral feet of dirt. The barrel contuiued .. t, Ii. till SI .... ror ine 000 pounds. r. . .1.. ... ii muter lu Tor j ,. Empyema Cure Found. I .I..T...-n U In. Medicine has found a cure for It whs eight o'clock in ua nose empyema cases, or pulmonary troubles The provost marshal wub sieepwhich usually are an uftermath of i, vimr mat lo bed at one n methpneumotila. The Carrel-Heakl. i,i,l. he loiinii ne- - od, which has been found so success. ' ...... .Ill I' ful In the tn atiiienl of wounds. Is the " It has been tried out among .... .,.,,,1.1,. makers are ealleil. mere new cure. " nipping a. his door National army soldiers at ('amp Meadi-loud en.ered.o.iy hat Md., and cures have been effected lu ami. he "V" a "irlv In the morning the Y. M. f A. a few days In cases deemed almost Jut had been sntered ami one box of hopeless under old methods of treat,', ,, one baseball taken, ami ment. He was 3T. francs. the damage 1,1 ,lu" again. not Quick Sentence for Fritz. " . hiililien , asked .. Mia. nun .iiiiiikt'O 7" "To hell with Uncle Sum. He never T- - lleuieniii," . i.i u. .. L.in ror u iliforiiiatioii in... i , ,,1,1 nut.- k...... on did anything for me, und I am for the him kaiser, anyway I" Fred Esser, a Germilitary pom...-- uu- - -man ot Hedalia, Mo., Is alleged to have e vcuse. Fifteen in Bottle of Wine. French said. serving a minutes later Fred began sentence in large Ten minutes later a ...in, tli.. information that the county jail for his unpatriotic reHe la married and baa a bottle of vln ordlnulre naa aisap- marks. trom her siiop uuu iuui mum . 11 I ' I rj v l : . sol-dle- r. In a v. rjr few minutes the M. I, corporal come In and reported that he ot bal- had found Private taiion lu the com pa ay barber simp noting a Cigar ftal had a hand like those taken from the Y. M. V. A. "(iood." says the provost marshal. "(In back and ask him where he yot It." The corporal departed nnd ns he went out of the door a private entered in a bedraggled state. Re explained that be had got lost the Right before and WlMM he located himself he had tool a hundred francs and that the Mat of his Irousors bad been cut out. He didn't remember Just what time It was done. Noticing his Insignia, th- - lieutenant said sharply "tio hack to your own regtnent, Slav home and stay soher and yop enn keep your money," and turning to me he said, "that was gond dope for me In New York; it ought to work here." Here tile It, IV corporal retuni-- 1. "I came to report to the lieutenant," he said, "that I naked Private where he got his eljrar, and he said It was irlven him by a friend and he can't remember who." "All right." said the provost marshal ; "stick on the case nnd you might watch out for any hnseball games." Then came In (lie large French wom-nto say that she had five Witnesses who saw an American take her bottle of wine. The lieutenant thanked her. Then the Y. M. C A. man entered and said he didn't want any one punished for taking the cigars and baseball, nnd that he was glad they laid not taken more. He had had his breakfast. A moment later an M. V. sergeant entered to say that he had arrested a private on suspicion of having taken the bottle of wine, and that be bad been Identified by the large French Woman! gee witnesses as the culprit On the other hand, the sergeant added, the private had live other privates who would swear five different sorts of alibis for him. Six Eggs Missing. "Lock him up and we'll see about It," said the lieutenant, and he finished shaving In time to receive a French shopkeeper, w ho reported that six for which he had been charging the Americans 11 cents each, had disappeared, and that since he. Monsieur Iemtel, and his father before him. bad kept shop in that Very place for generations and had never before missed so much as six egg., it must be the Americans who tool; them. The lieutenant thanked him. Bf this time there was another caller Who had an empty cartridge that had once been In the belt of an Ameriean She tad found it in front of her hOUe and was sure it was OOi right for it to be there. The lieutenant thanked her. He was about to start n tenant (talked her nnd started ahavtng. the Ainericsns. not The lieuup and FLYER SPENDS 80 British superior I0U8S ON WRECK Enemy !' HIDES IN SHELL KITTir PLAN TO GET RID OF GRASSHOPPERS "Lt British HOLE 7 WEEKS Rescued Man Gives Thrilling Story of His Perils. ALMOST GONE Land Ships Flee, Badly Beaten, After Rough Fight in Picardy. mil SAVED appe.ii an Ensign Ston: and Companion Cling to Wrecked Seaplane for E0 Hours In English Channel Without Food or Water One of Most Remarkable Incidents ef Seaplane Patrol With Conveys. full rrport of the rescue of F. A. Slone. F. S. naval reserve force, who. with I napaiilon. clung to n wrecked seaplane for M hours in the Fngii Mi Channel without food and water before being picked up by a trawler, was received by the committee on public Information from Its representative in London. Ensign Sfono was given lip for drowned several Weeks ago, hut after five weeks In n hospital he has returned to London. The perils through which the two iiem panned safely constitute one of the thrilling lucid' nts of the seaplane patrol with the Meet convoys. "T left our station in a British seaplane as pilot," said Ftislgn Stone, "with Brie Moore of tho Royal naval air service, as observer, at 0 a. m. Our duty was to convoy patrol. When two hours out. having met our ship coming from the westward, we thought We sighted a porlnCope ahead and turned off In pn fault, We lost our course. Our engine 'dropped dead' and at half pa Ot eleven o'clock forced us to land on the surface in n rough sea. Wtlq good Carrier Pigeons. "We had no kite or radio aero to call for nasi Stance, so We released our two carrl-pigeons. We tied a message with our position and the word sinking on each. Th" first, the one. tiew straight off and reached home. But the other, which was white checked, lit on our machine and would not hedge until Moore threw our navigation clock at him. which probably upset him so that lie failed us. "Heavy sens smashed our tall planes, which kept settling. I saw that they were pulling the machines down by the rear, turning her over. At half-pntWO p. la. we capsied, climbing up the nose and 'in er-- t to the Underside of the pontoons. "Our emergency ration had been In tile observer's seat at the hack; hut we had been so busy trying to repair the motor and save ourselves from turn-i" over that we did not remember this Until too late. From now on for nearly four days, until picked up by a tnr.vbT. we were continually soaked and lashed hy seas, and with nothing to eat or drink. We had nothing to cling to, nnd so to keep from being washed overboard we got upon the same pontoon and hugged our arms about one another's bodies for the whole time. "We suffered from thirst. I had 0 craving for canned peaches. Twice a dftaale came on. wetting tile pontoon. We turned on our stomachs and lapped up the moisture, hut the paint came off with salt and nauseated us. Tins of Biscuit Float By. "Our limbs grew numb. From time to time the wreckage from torpedoed ships would pass. Once two full biscuit tins came close enough to swim for, but then. In our weakened state. We knew that we would drown If we tried to get them. We did haul In a third tin and broke It open. It was filled with tobacco. "We sighted n trawler nbout six o'clock on Tuesday evening. We waved at her for half an hour before she changed her course. We were both too weak to stand up and signal. We could only rise on our knees. Moore's hands were too swollen to hold a handkerchief, hut I had kept my gloves on and was able to do so. The The trawler moved warily around us, hut finally threw life preservers at the end of a line. I yelled that we were to weak to grasp It. She finally hove to, lowered a boat and lifted us on A Fn-slg- n Sub-Lieu-hloo-haitohe-ton Herman tanks which made their first in the western front during tta recent Ocrman offensive came off MCMMl goal In Ihelr encounters with the more powerful and better managed BrttM tanks. Full accounts have just reached the I'.rilMi general stall' in London of the first pitched tattle between Oennan and Itriti-dtanks. In which a oqundron of six Oerman hind ships was routed completely by the MthVk. The battle , Occurred on April I near south of the ftWH In Picardy. Six Herman tanks appeared In fruiit of tile Brttlih line shortly before BOM mid started to roll up the Hanks of the Itrltlsh infantry positions. A cull for help was sent to the nearest British tank camp and a BgajadToa, including both "male" nnd "female" tanks short' ly appeared on the s, cue. A combat ensued. The British female tanks, which appeared first, were outfought, but the arrival of the heavier male tanks completely changed the situation and the Germans lied after receiving a had beating. Meanwhile the British had brought up seven of the new fast cruiser type, called "Whippet tanks." which debouched and attached the enemy's infantry pool Hons on a ridge, rolling up the German line from the north. It developed that this ridge was held by a line of tm. chine gun posts, while beyond the crest a large Herman force was massing in the open for an attack. The Whippet! ran fi shell hole to shell hole, Inflicting terrible casualties and Completely disorganizing the enemy's preparations for ati Viiliers-llre-tonneuxe I Soldier Survives Most Poisoned Bait Distributed Over Thrilling War Experience. Infested Fields Proves Effective Remedy. DECGRATED FOR VALOR IS SIRUP OR MOLASSES IS USEO Subsists on Tins of Bully Beef Collected at Night From Dead Bodies Feigns Death to Avoid Capture When Huns Visit Shell Hole and Finally Succeeds in Crawling to His Own Lines. Back Coarse-Flake- Although Bran Is Most Desirable,' Ordinary Middlings or Meal May Be Substitut- Alfalfa ed Sow Broadcast. n full crew of tweiny Ben, Intllclcd more than four hundred casualties on the enemy in this engagement, while the casualties on bonfd the tanks were only live men. The tanks left their base shortly before noon and were hack at their base again by Ihree o'clock lu the tack. These seven tanks, each with afternoon. BROTHERS REUNITED AFTER MANY YEARS ,rtar Ifc-ta- n M 111 f M i v a. ur I n i , . - . The war has brought together lu New York city two French brothers who had not seen each other for ten years. One Is Itene Humbert, a member of Pershing's army In France, now home on furlough, and the other is Marcel Humbert, a member of the division of the famous French Alpine chasseurs, now visiting the United States. Both Itene and Marcel Humbert were han in France. Ten years ao)i the Humbert family emigrated to America, Marcel remaining behind. He Joined the famous "Blue Hevils" at the outbreak of the war ami has been in many battles. Meanwhile Bene joined the regular American urmy and went to France with Pershing's tlrst troops, rot arising two weeks ago with board. "Moore lost sir toes from gangrene a detachment of Americans who were In hospital. My feet turned black, hut sent to the Hutted States to aid tta Liberty Loan drive and also to boost decay didn't set In." Every machine from the seaplane army recruiting. Tta two brothers base and those from a station on the were attcndliiK un outdoor meeting French const had searched continuous- In New York city a few days ago ly for the aviators after the blue when they raOOflnhsOd each other, und pigeon arrived, as did all the patrols the reunion begun right then nnd there. and destroyers In the area. Knslgn Stone Is a native of Norfolk, River "Soaked" With Liquor. Va., born July 10, 1891. His mother. Mrs. Clara Stone, lives at the Red The Leavenworth police emptied Onto apartments, Norfolk. more tlui.i live hundred quarts of beer and whisky into the Missouri river In one day. The bottles were broken on National Acre Plan. Here is the "National acre" plan, the the bridge railing before the liquor newest plan for farmers to help fight was consigned to the muddy waters. The liquor was seized in raids and the Huns : Set aside one acre of your furm to from bootleggers bringing it Into the be planted and cultivated us the "Na- state from Missouri ami was used as tional acre," the proceeds of which are "wet" evidence In trials In court. to be used In buying thrift stamps. The Idea Is spreudlug over Georgia Invents Flying Torpedo. and South Carolina. Thomas O. Aultmun, u mechanical genius of Fairmont, W. Va., hus perCows Drunk on Apple Pulp. fected a flying torpedo wilch may he Apple pulp shipped from a cider mill the auswer to the German gun. at Yakima, Wash., and fed as an exper- Thy torpedo, the lnveutor claims, can iment to dulry cows on a Tieton ranch be sjent any distance and dropped at n few days ago made the animals any Ueslred point. It Is controlled by so di auk that few of them were able wireless. The torpedo Is propelled by to stand up and many of them stag- it small gasollue engine and has a liftgered about like lntuxlcuted men. ing canuclty of 1,200 pouuda. If yon have I n thinking that "dis- (Prppnrcrt by th" tatted gtatet rnirt-men- t of Agriculture.) tinguished service" on the haltletleld Poisoned liait has pTOTOd to be a means one grand dash and then a unlet slmpl". reliable and dcip method of room, an attentive nurse and pleasant destroying groqghuppern. It is mad'-urecuperation, consider the case of Prias follows: Wheat bran, tweuty-tivTaylor, whose valor is briefly vate j. pounds; paris green or tfwda arrecited In a late loOM of the official senic, one ponndj lemons or ornogeo, supplement to the London GaaottO, six finely chopped fruits; low grade This official list of soldiers cited for molasses, such ns refuse fn;n sugar always carries a short de- factories, decorations or cattle n olasses, known us scription of the act of valor for "black strap," two quarto water, two Which the citation Is made. to four gallons. Tta bran and poison These two paragraphs accompany are thoroughly mixed while dry, th; announcement of tta award of the dis- chopped fruits are then added, ami tinguished conduct medal to Private lastly the molasses and water are Taylor. poured over the hull and the whole "Having been cut off with his com thoroughly kneaded. A coarse flaked Onny, he received ll bullet in the thigh. bran Is most desirable, although where Causing a compound fracture. To this cannot he obtained easily ordinary avoid capture be crawled Into a shell middlings or alfalfa meal may be subhole, where he remained for a period stituted. of over seven weeks, during the Sirup or Molasses Essential. whole of which lime the .surrounding .sirup or district was subjected to a severe bom- molasses Is essential to the entire OttC1 bardment hy our artillery. He subsistcess of tta undertaking. Crushed ripe ed on tins of bull eef collected at tomatoes, watermelons or Una may night from di ad bodies, and water he substituted for the lemons or orWhich he obtained in a waterproof cap. anges. If necessary. Iii California and "After some Weeks three of tin- en other semiarid regions water should visited his shell hole, but by feign lie added to the bait al tta Ony rutaof four ing death he avoided capture and even- gallons to twenty-livpounds of tirnn, tually succeeded in crawling back to as in these climates the bait dries out our lines a distance of some 1HHI very rapidly and tta ex.ra moisture Is yards." necessary in order to attract the grassin a taapHal near London. 'where he hoppers. I'ive to seven pounds of tin; is recuperating. Taylor diffidently am- mixture should he estimated per ncre. plified tie- story of his terrible experiAncther Gocd Eait. ences. Another effective halt of similar Robbed Dead for Fcod. character Is the modlfl d diddle mix"It was daring one of our attaek-llpothe Hndanhnrg line." he said. ture. This Is prepared as fillows: f bar"We had gone over the top. two com- Kresli luuse droppings, panies of us. Vi e were inel by a ter- rel ; paris green or crude arsenic, one rific enemy tire and the follows weri pound; finely chopped ornngoa or lemdropping like ninepins. I wits knocked ons, six to eight fruits; water sufficient out. It must have been a couple ol to make u moist but not sloppy HMUsh As most poopta ah lays before I recovered eousc! nsi, . mix thoroughly, I found myself In a shell hole with Ject to handling this mixture with the another man who was wounded hut inning the djnyi could move freely, und part of the nights the bombard ment kept up. Shells fell all around A hut none happened to ilmp hi out stall hole. Al night Peters crept out or. and foraged among the dead for scraps f. line rations and their watei of bottles, After two or Ihree days il rained, We collected water in OU caps. That sort of existence lasted fot POISONED over fln weeks. I was getting weakei BRAN BAIT night Peters craw lei! and weaker. One out and did not come hack. That left me without aid. Plays 'Possum; Fools Huns. "Next day a party of Germans cane Into my Shell hole. Hue lifted in.v leg luckily not the broken one or I'c have yelled but they thought I grasshoppers I was covered with mud ami hatch in spnny trom looked like the other bodies coverlllt I taunMgig l' t" ta the ground. During Ihe next fortnight lnidhv yjjround I managed to live on the reserve heel previous the Peters had collected. Then, feeMai nr late summer I that mulling worse could happen, reoolved to try to get into our lines a pair of cheap rubber It was an Inky night. First I CTawlad bare hands gloves or u small wooden paddle may by mistake right into a Herman line he used for tta purpose. They didn't bear inc. so I turned bad Poisoned baits are distributed over and inched along for an hour. The.; the Infested iields by sowing broadI got into some barbed wire. I win cast, oittaf on foot or from a light u mass of rata, blood and rags hefnri wagon or buggy. In applying the poiI got through. Just then a VoTO) soned halt in orchards, avoid distriblight shot up. I saw a man peering uting It close to the trees because seover a trench. He was ahotit to shoot vere injury to fruit trees occasionally when I shouted. Three of them eamt from heavy applications of out and dragged me Into our own results e Low-gradstrong-smellinn one-lial- DESTROY GRASSHOPPERS cii I s, wiui vm r7i : SI Y PR.. r3r egs fll (Jt trenches. Before the war Taylor was a factory hand. He Is recovering rapidly uml looking forward to his return to the trenches. Remove Teutonic Eagles. Because they too nearly resemble the Oerman eagle sometimes used as a Teutonic military emblematic four eagle ornaments ut the foot of two grand s.nlrwas in the State Capitol at Salt Lake City have been removed. As soon as his attention was called to the resemblance of the ornaments to the emblem of Prussiaulsm, Gov- GRAPE PEST IS CONTROLLED ernor Bamberger ordered their removApplications of Ar al ...id their substitution with figures Two Thorough senate of Lead Are Satisfacof reul American eagles. tory, Say Specialists. Hp-ur- Distributing Baits. The time of day chosen for distributing the poisoned bait is important. In SOOsiarld regions Ihe tin should be distributed in late afternoon or early evening, Just before the grasshoppers ascend the plants on which they usually puss the night. Apparently they are hungry and thirsty ut this time and greedily take the bait If It he available. In the molster portions of the country, such ns New England and Floridu, the halt Is best applied In the early morning. 1 Indian Coat Valuable. A curio dealer at Steuhenvllle, O., hus a coat covered with .'i.iKHI elk teeth which he values at SliliHkl. Th,. coat was made gf an Indian in Mnnltohn, Canada, and Is sinew sewed. I. weighs 28 pounds. The owner of the coat Is a member of the Order of Klks and (From the United 8lu.es Department of Agriculture.) Lurge-scal- e spraying experiments moth, in progagainst the grape-berrress in northern Ohio vineyards In cooperation with the Ohio agricultural experiment station, have confirmed curlier results obtuiued ut North Kust Pa., according to the annual report of the bureau of entomology, United Slates department of agriculture. The conclusion from the experiments la that the pest can he con. rolled by two thorough applications of arsenate of lead (preferably In bordeaux mixture) made hy the "trailer method," the first Immediately after the falling of til blossoms and the second two weeka later. This la held to be uu Important improvement over schedules requiring late spraying, which usually result In dUcolored fruit at plcklug lime. y wears the coat at all conventions. dinary necklace of the elk hngh To show With the coat the owner wears un or.nude of (he largest In his collection. Italians Show Patriotism. their patriotism, Italian grocers at Wheeling, Va., announced that they will mil handle wheat flour, selling wheat substitutes Instead. This action meets with especial approval alnce Italians lu their native land know nothing ot wheat flour substltutea. U.S. AND F IANCE CAPT. H. G. NEWCOMBE BEAT ENEMY ON TEN-MILE BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT B. SKILLMAN, FtfOfST to Yield President- - RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting Cashier THE BANK OF SECURITY- ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN IRVINOTON HARDINSBURO Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dellaven, Mrs C. Duvall, Mrs Hobrrt Tower and nd Miss Ala baby, Mrs W, F Houk Heal Hook motored to Louisville VV SERVICE. CONTENTMENT Huns Forced More 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Ground in Sector Northwest of Chateau Ti .orry. sxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx FOES' CASUALTIES ARE Violent HEAVY Blows of Germans on the Marn- - Arc Repulsed With Heavy U. 3. Logs to the Invaders Marine, Drive Forward. WMMaHam AfMHrM th MMbMNi M Hm iii- i nyotMttoMrj were Tk MMlTMrtjr mi CasnnltJea fore tfepnrtnaeai B In tided si fat-low-! klih-- in aetana, tea MaMMWi tfeJ I four from Jfjtuk iii icMnta, six by mcMmM and other ''(lilws, :t."i MHWll oiimh'd unil wmMotmImA 17 wffHMM toffr of Wound, six of Wan peagrata wn In the. reirlon be- tmmn hV Mame nmi Hm Owrrtj. north PWta, Jaaa il bv HM I'ri'tuli i. west of ChatMM Thierry, the war In of- - Ihls mm tor FrotH'li troop- - hnve MajMd HMk :iy Ihrniitdi ChMJT to Its ensti'in endBtlrU nnd asm IMVlMtf tin- i tr of DmmniH eillnitp. MHtara south of Vcitilly In HM tli" Ci'itmins wwh- two vlolont lloiirrohos-I.i-fMataHg HM nttnrks enemy MM ! Tinfront. imlMi'd villi hoavy IMN In oiiiTi oust'. Bri'.iph Capture Huns. P.ritMi troop-I London. tonii prUoimrs uid laaVted re ana trie in raiding iiikI patrol nWtoas nlmuji the northern pan or Hm frnwt ln( night, t BSjWWlt TlM the war iaHfe l't - IM stnto-mi-n- s "Wo captured n trw prisoners last nichl In a MllMtrfW r)M In the ih'I'-'I- iOar patrol horhooii of Bulloch. eaanaltte na thr enentjr In Hl mn- Stni ''lc sector ami Wpttirpd 110- "Tim hostile arlillery htl I live north of Albert ami BOUtboeai of Arras." u. s. Marlnat (nuMninq Ahead. Parts, .Tune Ml --American aanrlnea ami 1'reiieh troops nn the eetor northwest of Chateau Thierry have driven (the fill I HM hack two ami a half I Intrai Anllea on freed of tan mllea reports are thai shari Hghtlng eontln- Aleag ii"' nigaon river la ues. Amerh-anhave taken Torey ami I'.ou- have raptured ami Hm From-Veiiillv hi I'olerle anil Vildy. Tie Itaadtlen of tin1 advaaelNg line are narked by Boareaea aad Thily, e iles- The la Hag MB! of pirale eleirueter than on Thursilay lull the ioniums wen' 1'atapfHtll t Hive grawad, HM lanjMtaaaa laariaen and fief Kreneh helm; too inneh for taken mm exceed MM prlsmHera As a result of the ailvanee I ho enemy has aeeti drirea haefc on Hie river and across It al THUl tie IMI Mange in- a aeaa Ike paalttMta on the hetgfct south of Veuilly which form an important s part of the harrier holding liefrom a loser approach to Pari, Violent Fiflhting West of Reims, fin tie- wrlaa between the Mane- and Holms the Preaca have ramparted the cnptlire of Itliny. lOsewhere on the salient tie- lafaatry Igbtlni has been at a nlBlmam ami nowhere have the Qanaaaa aaaajrrd ttaeka. The artillery hattW is violent west of ReituK aloag tin- Marne ami mntli M the Oil icq. In reporting on the SgBtlBg north west of Chateau Thlerrg on Thur-ilaBerlin snys "local attacks hy the ena Arraign ad emy were re pulsed." vaaca near aarcy, hetweea Retma ami the Marne. in which .'tlM prisoners were taken. i reporPal. riailt ll troips on the Flanders salient have Improved tledr positions On the Picnnly hartht ocie mair laid Ararrirar troops took prisoners In a raid. There anil in the Voc re and In Lorraine he American and Qfjt man artilleries have been active. Fell 35 German Airplanes. . Aimlo Savon airmen on Thursday anled lor K Cerman airplanes and halloons 111 a half danta ohservallon addition to dropping more than 00 tons of hoinhs on targets behind llM enemy Hues. lucreiised activity Is reported from the MaWM front. In iittacks hetween Lake nurdti and the I'htve. Italian and French troops captured more than 70 A usi ro I lunarlaii troops prisoners alleinpled advances on the AsiuKo plateau, only to he Ilea en hack. At several points itlouu the mountain front eiieiny patrol par Una were repulsed hy the Italians. German Dead Three Deep. Willi Hm Vmericnii Army in I'lcardy, Ightiag lasi aigai io. TiejhjM northwest of Chaleau Thierry With meal Herceness lor live hoiira. The Auicrhaiis captured Hoiiresches and entereil Torcy. Twenty live Aim r Icmiis in Torcy N0MfBd i""1 drove out jmt njtHMM ""d then withdrew to utsklrls of the the main Hue on II town. A remarkable story Im told of u of murines, ull the ottlcers of which, including the Mergeants. were a onrporal put oat of the flghting. than took command and the meiii .puahed on aad obtalued tbeir ohjec-- , -- rhlae Rtm lrhrn . ilu-ni- . Oer-man- - - - v. ac-..- rad coin-pau- Ktra While the loae of the Americana M'ss Nora Ulythe is visiting Mis A tern Withers at Kitk. M. H. Brtaf has gone to Ldwiaaillfl lor several uionth's stay. tnpf. II. i. New cotnhe, whose Mrs. Wlnsett, Oklahoma City and 11. Cole, wa schoom r. the have been sunk oh the New Jersey const hy tin Mrs Cooper, Owensboto raiding submarine. Is shown us he ap- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J F Voyel peared soon niter he ran Chad shore. Messrs John and Jack Harrington. .rter gatMng Ma nrM nraal in ."; hour-h- ISramlenburg were in town Saturday. started for BnatOB, Miss Mabel Wroe arrived home from Martin. Teun Satutday where she ha necessarily h ive been heavy, owlt ? to been attending school. HM nature of the BgHtfli the Qattngg Tapt. L B, Moreman, Camp Wheeldead i piled Ihree deep III places. A were iiildxi er, Maon. (la., is siiending several number of machine enns days with his family. to tin- American hnatf Raadradi at French children Hnad Members cf the F.astern S;ar order the main r Iway lo Paril this alter and a number of their fner.ds will go and to Sample Wed ties day for an all day's noon over American which were carrying outing. French ambulances The children wounded. American David Herndou, Louisville spent last waved their hands ami cheered the ant k with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Americana, As far as is known no Americans J. B. Ilerndon have been made prisoner by the Mrs J. F. Vogei entertained at .V'u Thursday afternoou complimentary of Story of Illinois Soldier. Mrs. ft, ii Taylor's twenty seconn Private John II. Flocken of (llney. birthday. III., one of the lirst men to reach Capt. L. 11. Mrrtmco and tanily Torcy, said today: "I never saw such wonderful spirit. motortd to Bracdeoborg for the weik Not one of our fellows hesitated in end. the face of tlie rain of the njackiaa H. H Henry, Leitcbfield was the U'llli tire e.lijeh seemed Impossible to guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr. D. Rvery Qarwnn seemed tret through, W. Henry Tuesday. in have a machine gaa, They ftMBjll Mrs J. U. Vouncer and Miss Kudora like wildcats, bin the Americans w. re have been tha Younger, Lcutsvilie too much for Thi' German prisoners taken by the guesis ol Mr. and Mrs U U. Mc Americans, many of whom were mere Qlothlaa. hoys, had only been in tha line for WAN TED Woman lor general two days. Sonic of them wore the hOMMWOrk. No Vrnahing. Good pay. white hands of the Prussian irtlurd. Hardinshurg. Ky. U N. Warren. The importance of the operations of the Americana on the Marne Rector Misses Man Heron and BllaaPlggoU may he realized when it Is recalled itndetttl of State Fuiversity are homt thai only the day before the Ameri- t r their i:mmi r v i cat ion. cans entered the line the Hermans adMandaanM Kata Bannatti L B More-maTha vanced ahoat ten klhaneterm and son spent lat week with Mr now hohftag the Paris Americana are road near l.a TMolet for ti number of ,uid Mr,. Earl Bennett in Louisvi.le. kilometers. visiting Mr Mrs K F. Alexander Four Nights W UMVt Sleep. and Mr. Tom Kliodcs at Medora. Graphic stones uf ins; nlght'a nght Kev A. Paul Ilagby wiil preach at Ing were n lated by aoaaiM Ana the Baplisl church the 4th Suoa.ty, todaf , Thej said thai at aaa Misspoint the llernMaa rroached behind It. v lie id is visiting relative n honidera and opened RK whan the issippi. An erieana were within ten leel of Miss Maggie Bandy was in Louisthem. One man who participated in ville Thursday and Friday having an encounter nf this kind said: denial work dene. uttotne nf lis had mil slept for four Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson took Wa nights, inn we nrarv not tired, sprang their son, Hayden Wilson to Louisville o ik a sceom' leave of Ufa ami at i hose (eiiuans unil smot tiered Thursday to consult Dr. Wilwnth never saw so many Machine He has serious hip trouble them. gaan, our men did not think of them Mesdames W J. I'ifgott, Fred Brite selves. Tiny oid.v thoaglii of getting Miss Klliabcth Cain, Fred Brit and Fritz." Mr. and Mr. C H Amster were in A corporal enptared three tieruuins week. and was leading them away when Louisville last Mrs. B. W Carter, Misse Julia twelve others surrendered to him and and Jeanette Car '.i eenwood. Louis joined the procession. Madison tiinnnn of BTanarilW, imi., ter were in Clovtrport last week, where was in Torcy. lie sulci : Louise and Jeanette made their lirst Wa were not supposed lo go there, C'immunion. bin the men were so enthusiastic they Miss Annie May. Wilson is visiting kept on. They would go to Herlln if would lei them. at McQuady. commanders their The only way to stop them Is to kill J. M. Herndon spent several days of The Hermans cannot make ast week in Flint, Mich. them. prisoners of us. They tried hard to A number of our cittzins attended L'ct some of UN, hut we fooled them. cream supper at Ekron Satur We turned the machine guns on them the ice dsy oenefit of th Red C'russ prisoner." and took them Miss Florence Washer of th S !S. ind U. Y. P. U Supt. of the State GERMANS TALK OF NEXT WAR Board gave an address at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon in interest of Use Phrase in Confidential Inquiry to tlie B. Y. P D. work Miss Washer Charitable Workers, Says was entertained at the home of Ming Correspondent. Nell Marshall. London. June in. The Mrs. J. T. Johnton and Mis France correspondent of the Humitnitc on the Johnon, Louisville spent tha week (ierman-Siss frontier snys the Herend with Mr. and Mrs T. N man authorities have Just sent out n confidential circular which Inillcittes Rev. P. H. ltyan attended Conference that prepii rat Ions already Hre helnn in at Upton lait week. lllllde for the next This ottlciHl circular is addressed to Mr. and Mr. A. O. Marshall and the men and women "who have volun- children are spendiug several dv tarily and irratuitously placed them with Mr. and Mrs. Jam Witt in selves at the disposal of charltnhb services since and during this war." Louiville put Mis KateChitwood,Louiville Fa, li circular Is accompiii.led hy h unction form which Is returnable to t tie week end with Mis Evelyn King. th minorities. Louts Waggoner, Moravia visited The principal question Is "Are you his parents Sunday. prepared to eagjng yourself from now Friends of Mrs Paul Wilson ar glad for the same service for iheneM warV to know she is improving from injuri an automobile accident. SEIZE ALLEGED CZAR JEWELS sustained in Mil. Adcie Couniff ha rcived a Worth $350 000 Taken by Fed- letter from licr son. Lieut Wui Con Stones gll who arrived safely over there. eral Agents in New York City. Saw money bv buying Hardware, BintUr Binders, Mower, Deerinir Hohoken. V V.. June 1(1. Federal Twine, Riding and Walking Cultivaauthorities have removed from u sufe kinds of Refrigerators, Water deposit vault in Nf' York, leased to tor, all Fteezert, and Vac-cua man ulio'U said to have Coolers, Ice Cream the wife of Sweepers, Porch Swing, Autoii nn ami) lleliti n - an Ann passed Paint ant, SttftO.OIIO worth of precious stoues, mobile Tira. Oil, alleged to he purt of u coiiMlgnmeut of Varnlh, Floor Paints, Brushes, Furnismuggled Into ture, and a large line of roon size RuaslHU crown Jewel this country. This announcement wit Rug I can tav you id per cent, ae made here when Monteflore Kahn und ui before you buy. Vladimir Jorgelxon, chitrged with comJ. D. Aat.craft. plicity In the smuggling, were urralgued before a United states comintaalouet Subscribe For TheJSfews . ad released ou bail. (Jcr-inantin-in.n i i al WANTED! Everybody to attend the 5 Tuesday. Allen K. Kincheloe went to Danville last Wedn sn.iy. Mrs Marcia Mattingiv. Kvansville, lud , i th guest of relative here Miss Mo , Llanlt Haswell, .;ruthersvillc, has arrived here to seud the Red Cross Picnic at McQuady Saturday Night, June 15th. Mr. Merriman give will 1918 I! Reeves spct'.t Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Reeves at the Commercial Hutei. Mr and Mrs. C. V. Kobertscn have returned from Louisville. Mrs ti. D Beard and children have Bone to Louisville for I visit to her father, Ju.lge Wm Ahl. Miss Elnora Robertson, (ilen Denn has ooen the guest of her father. C. summer. Luke be present to Kobertson and Mrs Robertson Miss E la Ahl has returned to her hnrra in Louisville altera month's visit with relativts and friends M;ss Eula Mallingly. Kirk lias b- eu the guett of her aunt, Mrs. Bella Fitch Lieut. Nat Shell me P. was the guest last week of his parents, .Mr. and Mis. t'.is Shall man WANTED Woman for general housewiirk. No washing. Good pay. R. N. Warren. Harduisbtirg. Ky. V an illustrated lecture on Other good speakers will corn. be there. Come and have a good time and help a good cause. COMMITTEE: Madame: Will Davis J. R. Neel J. M. 0'fifc$T yd the Misses Man tSlizebeth, Virginia and Mildred Walker, Hendersoi ail c. N. C. Chas. Lyons are the guests of their grandparents. from IWJJ.U SM Mr. and Mrs M. L. Kinchaloa Alfred Taylor has retQratd d Webber, Decatur, Ind., is tlie gin st of her graniluiot licr, Mrs. Lizzie McGary. Braes t Mattirgly (ins returned from a Louisville. Mrs. Frt JWiJ UV striving to do We are stillour customers. please our very best visit in Evansvtlle. Dr K. I, Stephenson has returned from Louisville Messrs Coiois and Fioyu Lewis. New Albany have relumed to their home alter a visit to their father, Henry Ltwis and Mrs. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs Tom Macy are at home from a visit to relatives in Mattoon, III. Miss E'o'se Hendrick has accepted a position in Beam's store, Mrs (lal-lowa- haviug resigned Miss Leulah Walls, Louisville ha been tlie guest of ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otoeig Walls. Mrs CundifT and daughter. Mitt Ruth CundilT, Liberty arc the guest of her daughter, Mrs Carrigan and Capt. Carrigan Miss Gaiues. Fordsville has been tha guest of Miss Nell Jones. Little Miss Gertrude Carrigan bag broken her arm Miss Bettie Pile, Custer is th guest of friend in luwn Post Office Inspector, W. E (ireena-waiuspected some of the offices in the county last w ek Mrs. McCubbins and i;randsun, Bay. uard Fox, Stephensport are tne guest of Mrs. W G Haswell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bros-- and baby, Mary Leigh, Woodrow were the Suuday guests of her mother, Mrs A. , We have now on sale a nice line of Dry Goods in Voiles, Lawns, Crepe DeChines, Wash Silks, Linens and a beautiful line of GingharM and Percales. These goods are scarce and awful hard to get. We bought them so they can be sold at great bargains. Our ladies' ready to wear hats, beautiful patterns, will be closed out at Bargain pricing Don't fail to look at them. A nice line of Ladies' Slippers in small sizes, these go at reduced prices. It will pay you to take advantage of all these bargains. A nice line of fruits on hand all the time. Light Bread on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Ice Cream every Saturday. R. W. JONES Glen Dean, Ky. I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. X Kincheloe. RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM (WITH PEROXIDE) In the good old Summer Time you like to sit under a shady tree or swing in a hammock and do nothing but this summer it behooves us every one to work in order to win the war. And those who work must be cooly and comfortably clad. of the face. Protects it from sunburns, winds, tana and cold weather. Affords an excellent foundation for applying Amrico Beauty Face Powder. This and more than one hundred other Red Cross Remedies and Toilet preparations sold and guaranteed only by Ky. A. K. Fisher, CToverport, A greaseless cream of snowy whiteness. Delightfully perfumed. A day cream for oily skins. Softens the hard lines Mrs. 0 Riley Injured. Whilst on her way lo see her husband, Mr. William O'Kilev. who is confined in the Hardiiisburg jail for the killing of CU1 Stinnett, Mrs O'Kilty was thrown from a buggy and had her left arm brok eu, the right wriil strained and perhaps other injuries The accusant occurred in Hardiiisburg, Mrs. O'Kiley was Monday afternoon. Raymond in a buggy with her nephew O'Conuell, when the horse becuiue frightened anil the occupants were throw out. Mr. O'Conuell received u slight bump on his head. Mrs O'Kiley is being cared for al the home of Mrs James Teatf , Summer Clothing for men andJvin - Suits, Shirts, Hats, Socks, Underwear All kinds of white materials and trimmings for ladies and children's dresses. Accorle, J. Try a News Want Ad. Now Use News Want Ads for Results 1