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The Breckenridge news: June 26, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918062601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 26, 1918 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. VOL. XLII ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. 8 Panes No. 52 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1918. FIFTYTHREE MORE MEN To Camp Zachary Taylor June 21 and 24. Six Negroes are Called. Eight from Clover-porfifty-- MISS GRACE PAULEY NEW SUGAR REGULATIONS Governor Stanley Proclaims National War Savings Day Wednesday June 22. to t. Breckenridge county furnished additional hoys in this last quota and they departed for Camp Zachary Taylor. June 91 and 24. The six negroes called left on the former date with the colored quota from Daviess county and the forty-seve- n white hoys left Monday. Those who were from Cloverport are: George Addis Kramer, William Patrick Mattingly. Darnell Matheney Ernest Logsdon and Henry Davis, alternate. Colored. Percy Allen Walker, Ivory Claton and Robert Howard, alternate. Following is the complete list: White Men Richard L. T mer George A. Kr er Ed Rcezor Robert Mattingf Orie Lee Kelm Ermie Huftines Corbet Burch Guy Owen Mitchem John Henry Drane Williaij Patrick Mattingly three Proclamation WHEREAS, The people of this Commonwealth, on June 28th, opportunity for pledged; and, self-denial Sumner. derson. Each Individual Allowed Only Three Pounds Per Month. After WestNew Rules are Effective At Mr-Ea- rl ern Trip Will Reside in Hen- Once. 1. Sales of sugar to consumers for household purposes iiiu-- l bt limited to two pounds to IOWH customers, and liv e .'i pounds to rural or country customers. This rule effective at once. -- . ' Sales of sugar to consumers for home canning and preserving are to he limited to twent-tiv(98) pounds Si one time and can only lie sold for this purpose, if the customer sinus the Government form of certificate wherein lie agrees to use the sugar purchased for canning and preserving and for no othr purpose You as I dealer must see that the consumer understands that the certi ficate means just what it says and is a real obligation to the Government. X The conservation of sugar requires all housekeepers to confine their use of sugar for household purI e be afforded an and practical consecration to the great cause to which civilization is 1918, will HewJ?i Blane Masey jT.fles Huffines I Eugene B. Kennedy Delmer Lucas Charley Smiley Schuyler Martin Vincent Woods Elmer Sharp Carl Thornhill Clarence Tincher Harvey O. Gilpin Sanford Critcheloe Joseph E. Phillips Darnell Matheney Jesse Haycraft Siddie Brashear Lee N. Basham Walter Burnett Shelby W. Williams Percy Roberts George R. LeMaster Hubert Shaw David Clarence Yates Gqbrge L. Biddle Robert Simmons Henry Brown Wiliam Butler WHEREAS, The material needs of the Government for the successful prosecution of the war are enormous and the only resources of the Government is the property of the people. This can be reached by taxation or by volunteer contribution. Both are necessary to assure success. In addition to the payment of taxes imposed by the nation at this time, each citizen should be willing to practice every character of Our smaller savings can best be invested in War Savings Stamps. The people of this Commonwealth are asked to invest in these stamps. Similar allotments have been made to other States, and the President has called upor the people of the various States to indicate their willingness to practice the patriotic required of all of us, during the remainder of this year. This State has always responded to every call, and I feel assured in this instance it will not be found lacking. THEREFORE, I, A. O. Stanley, Goverof Kentucky, hereby proclaim Friday, June nor 28th, 1918, as WAR SAVINGS DAY, for the State of Kentucky, upon which day all persons shall give their pledges for War Savings Stamps at such times and places and in such manner as may be appointed by James B. Brown, War Savings Director for this Stat, acting under the GOVERNOR A. O. STANLEY authority of the Secretary of the Treasury, and pursuant to the proclamation of the President Of Kentucky of the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and the seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed. Done at Frankfort, the nine hundred and eigh1 7th day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand year of the Commonwealth. teen, and in the one hundred and twenty-sixt- h A. O. STANLEY. By the Governor. JAMES P. LEWIS, Secretary of State. By E. MATT KARR, Assistant Secretary of Stat. self-denia- l. The marriage of Miss Grace I'.tulev of this place and Mr Karl Sumner of Henderson, was quietly solemnized Wednesday evening at 0 o'clock at the home of Mr. Davis of 6lS Center Sireet Owensboro. The Rev. S. P. Martin, p.stor of the Third Baptist church otlicated. Mr. and Mrs Sumner left immediaet-lfor a Western trip at the conclusion of which they will reside in Hendersou until Mr. Sumner is called in the next draft J uly I. Mrs. Sumner is the daughter of Mr Fletcher Pauley and for the past two years has held a position in the drv goods department of J. C Nolte & Bro's store where she acquired a number of friends with her happy disposi-Hon- . Mr. Sumner is a printer by trade Mid is employed in the Henderson self-deni- al .Everett Dunn Joseph Amnions Alvin Bland Henry Levi Bassett sHenry Davis cie Carman vVillie Patterson Edward J. Whitfield Gilbert Tucker Colored Men Percy Allen Walker Jim Hunter 'Benn Todd Wallace Brooks Ivory Clater .Leonard Campbell Alternates Robert Howard Alvin Mattingly lesse Loean Gannaway Walter Mucker Vennie William Dean YOUNG ENGINEER In Memory of Mrs. Claycomb. W. S. PLEDGE I I Making Good Use Of National Anthem. .. rveniucKy A rr I 15 minister 1. n....JI..J .inumu having the bright idea of making with good use of the National Antrum. It it said he was tryiug to rait subscription for 10ml patriotic movement and asked all of hi member who would giv $2 to stand. Only two per-aostood. He then turned around and asked the choir to pltaa sing the Star Spangled Banaer ; n Mrs. Katharine Claycomb, who died at her horn in Union Star, Ky., TuesTYPHOID day June 18, after an illness of only MEETING years thirteen days, was seventy-onold and th wife of John G. Claycomb W. R. Glasscock III Two Week's. Our friend is gone, but he shall not To Be Held In Cloverport, Friin This City. be forgotten. We raalize thi com Well Known day Afternoon. Pledges To mun ty has lost one of its bast women Burial in Glen Dean. Many and it grelves us to part with her. Be Taken For Buying War We ail have reason to blive she has Floral Offerings. Savings Stamps. gone to rest win re pain and sonow are God giveth aud He taketh Irviugton, June 10, 1918. W. R no more. away ; her example in this world is Friday, June '.'s, being the culmiOiasscock died Wednesday at OyO o'any or. to follow; for Christ nation of the War Savings Campaign an illness of two weeks of good for clock after s "He that followeth aftar typhoid fever. Mr. Glasscock was born said, which has been in progress all over shall be blest." at Ml Daniels, Feb. 22, 1 884 and was a the United States since June lx, and We all know auut Kathsrine lived the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Glass- pure harmhaving been designated as National and righteous life. cock, was an engineer 00 the L. H & ing auy on aud wishing all well. Pledge Day, will be observed in this Li, Railway for several years He St She wag noted for her charitable deed city at '.' o'clock in the afternoon at is survived by his wife, parents, several she never forgot her friend in time of sisters and two brothers. Mr. Glass giving them things which would the American Theatre. cock was a member of the Haptist This meeting will he for the Cloown comfort But added to church, Master Mason, Royal Arch have she was ku own to hav said tim and verport school district and every one Masoo, Eastern Star and of the Brothagain that charity meant mora to her in the district is not only requested erhood of Locomotive Firemen. The than money. "Christ loveth achearful but urgently insisted upon to be presremains were taken to tilt u Dean for giver," burial on Friday and were accompanied ent. The meeting will he in charge Wa extend our deepest heartfelt by a number of friends aud members baraaved ones. Trust- of R L Oelze, chariinan of the ympathy to of the different orders The floral ol. ing that her death may teach othire to school board, and pledges will he feriogs were numerous aud beautiful. ae how needy this world is of moie taken of all those who expect to buy Cloverport Masonic Lodge, living women. Farewell Lodge, Eastern Star Chapter and just such helpful War Saving Stamps during the year ton designs dear frtand and neighbor farewell B L. P. scut handsome 1UI8. Mr. Mike Stephen, Friends extend svmpatuy to the bereavSi ar, Ky. Union SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS ed ones. DIESJ e m right-ousnes- Nvr The bride was accompanied to Owcm-bor- o per person. The Food Administration requests by her aunt, Mrs. George Crist retailers to see to it that their custo- who attended the marriage . .11 ......... .....I..-..- .. J ,1 ...i rules. Young Boy Dies in Traing Camp K. R. ComptOB, r eo era i rooa namr. tor nreck. i Mr. and Mrs. R. Anthouy of Kirk, Kv., recently received word of the death of their nephew, Pred fierce who Ky. Editors to Meet died of p.ieumouia at Camp Green, at Crab Orchar Charlotte, N. C. Young Pierce was only nineteen years old and had enlist-Somerset, Ky., June 20. Vice PreI-deu- t in the army two week's before his and Acting President, Woodson death. He was the ton of Mr. and Mrs. May of the Kentucky Pres Association of Charleston, Ind. Jaf fierce announced that the Executive Committee has selected Crab Orchard Springe Specialist to see Hayden Wilson as the place and July 18, It) and 30 a th data for holding th midsummer Irvington, Ky June 24. (Special) meeting of the Kentucky editors. An Dr. Wilmouth, Louisville was here elaborate program will be arranged Sunday to assist L)r. R. W Meador in for thi meeting, which i alway a the case of Hayden Wilson, the young great annual event in the lives of the sou of uf and Mrs. i.uiher Wilson ditors of the state. hip with serious who is Mulcting An extension was placed on trouble. Successful Tent Meeting. his limb and he was ordered to stay in bed six months. The Methodist tent meeting, which began here Sunday with Key. G. A. Klein, evangelist, and Prof. Clark, Special Term Circuit Court. singer, assisting Hev. It, 0. Penick, A list of the Petit Jury tor the is drawing heavy crowds from every Special Term of the Breckinridge Cir- part of thecounty. Service are held cuit Couit to be held Jnly 8, I9I8 is twice daily, the night srvlcs attractigiven herewith: ng the largest crowds. Th lent i Haynes Trent C. K. Burch located on the government lot on DePete Oaugherty Joo. W. Owen pot street. Hodgenville Herald. C B English J. H. Royalty W H. R. M Rowland Card of Thanks. Koland Watlington Gilbert Casey I). B. Pnelps T. M. Bates Mrs. W. R. Glasscock desires to W V. Pentress B. M. Dejarnette her appreciation to the people of H. E. M inter Lon Rhodes livington for t eir kind thoughtfuloess J. C. Weatherholt J. W Ater during the illness aud death ol, her Milt Squires John Nevitt husband, and t the Clpverport and J no. N Gibson Flood Jim Irvington Masonic Lodges, the B. L. K. 1' K Scott Tlios. Klaod and Eastern Star toi the handsome P. C. Whitehouse M. I). Pumphrey lloral offerings. Allie Squires J B Squires J T. Bryant Jack Cooper Notice to Women Registrars. M 1). H. Smith P. Tucker -. No-tou s . Cleaner priming office. poses to three CD pounds per month nd, hr hr I'll-.- As the goverunient is asking a lOO per cent registration of the women of Brecainridge county, I urge the registrars iu the various school district to notify me if short ou cards as I now Signed have a good supply. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen, was Miss Male Lamb formerly of County Chairman Womana Cloverport attendsd College there beRegistration Womans Division marriage. fore Council uf Natioual Defense, After th Commencement Mrs. Toll will visit iu Oakland City aud Tobins- Work Assigned port, Ind , alo Cloverport. To Visit in Cloverport. Mrs. C. L. Tolls, Jonasboro, Ark , I in Terre Haute, Ind., to atteud the graduatiou exercises of th State Normal. Mis Alia Lamb, Tobinsport one of th graduates. Mr. Tolle, who hr Cloverport Red Cross. Entertained at Webster. Webster. Ky. June lit, (Speciul) Mr. aud Mrs. Sidney Woosley of this place entertained the following Sunday: Misses Mary aud Emmalle Bandy, Golu aud Rill Bane, Klsie McKaughn, Ossie l'tnc, May ran Jurdau, Lola H.ndlu. Pnruna aud Claudie Wuosley, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payne, Messrs Dilland and Elva Payue, Baruey Jordau, Russell Ashcraft, Paul M. Baue, .Roy B .sseit aud Mr. and Mrs J. C. Woosley. d In the alternoon the party was by Mr. and Mrs. Woosley to a cave io which cau be seen mauy wonderful sights. he parly returued to Mr. aud Mrs. Wuosley's home aud all reported a grand time. At live o'clock they called out to lea, the table was beautifully decorated with flowers and terns and bountiful spread with every thing good to eat, Everyone loft telling of the enjoyable day they had spent and wishing them.mucb joy In the future. chap-eunie1 Attending Tax Commissioners Confererence. Mr. Steve Wilson left Monday morn-fo- r to atKrankfort where he go Miss Dean had been holding a similar position in Ft. Worth, Texas end wa hum at on a visit when the ulltr came to her to accept this place Grn Ero. tXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXX RED CROSS CARNIVAL Hardinsburg. Following is the quota uf work a signed to the Cloverport Chapter Red Cross to be furnished by September 1, provided the Cleveland Bureau of Sup plies furnishes sufficient material: Oil women's morning jackets .'o girls' petticoats ajl) pair socks. tend the annual Conference 01 Tax holding its which i C'ouimlionr first consultation at the capital from June --'4 to as inclusive. Mr. Wilson was elected In the Nov ember election as Asiesor for Breckinridge county. Notice Buyers of Eggs. 4 4 -- JULY and -Ky., To the Women Registrants. Afternoon Evening If you have not received your instruction about buying gg and poul try writ m at once. Tbi applies only to dealer who buy eggs and sell to others than cuusuui.ru, You must have applied for your licnee on or beMake or buy an Egg fore June i Position at Accepts Candler and begin to us tains now. Falls of Rough. Thi is Important. K R Compio Dean left Thursday Mia Froool Food Administrator for Brck Co., morning for Pall of Rough, Ky,, fierdinsburg, Ky where h ba accepted a position a SUBSCRIBFOR THE NEWS stenographer and bookkeeper for One of the greatest events of the Carnival wi be the free illus This lecture trated lecture at 2 o clock to men and boys ..vet sixteen wi I be gtveu by a speaker sent out by the go eminent and bis subject will be "German Atrocitiee " Those interested iu agricultural topics wi enjoy a speech along thi line by a man who is "on to his job " Come aud have a good tune ami be p sp en. lid cause! Combine fuu ami patriotism. To the women of Cloverport who have not registered for war service and are desirous to do so they will Hod registration cards at the home of Miss Elisabeth Skillman local Chairman ot the Natloual Defense and by appliag lo her cau get same. Funeral who tt Cave Spring Balloon Ascension an. many iu Attractions I The funeral uf Uro. M. O Prank did Jan. Hi, lfcHH will he preached th first Sunday in July. Th public i Invited. Ivan Allen. P. O. atonal r IHTQ army ranuT I I HV" mei II! ' in EAGER TO GET PROCEEDINGS We sMel TO STOP BOCHE worltv' Says Goncral Over- - Of Breckinridge .ounty Fiscal Summer Tourist Court at Its Apiil Term. 1918 At a PETER S SHOES J. R. WILSON a V.- WM Glen Dean, Ky. They are known everywhere ragata term of the Hrrckln-rMg- a Suit Cave or Man,! Hao we J Cavnty Fu-a- i Court sad Fight to Finish for their fine quality Snipers Take carry a line of both, held it the 'i)jrt Hou'e in H irdir. iting" Negro Troops nurp, Ky , on Tuesday, April - .d, IMI I'n sent: Hon S. fj I'.iyne, presn!. or in War Zcne. Furnivl' ruch I p jf Judtfe if Hr. ck.ni idgs County nrt ana the lOtleWlag niimed Ju'.ticru be aaUed unuder. Th idpors of heme !':' PvaeCt teWlti EuircC. E. Rohbin, t call It thaL 'I It put They anu.v iUI in Ived ouTig married couples who arc contemplftfing furnishing their 1 have In.'talked wit sever! J. J. Keen.in, Horace McCoy, I. 0, out til ller.in, Al.e li, BAftl Bi - .1 hi Ilowero new home are alu ays ilesirous of startino; out with the very hest .. i Hi a few. huve beeaj on tinrc n,i :i I all the Justice- - of I I (I. mm in it wouldn't auy we ......t a Bong and tor this reason we advise the'm to see our line first we inl or ii wagl le tlwn they would hi:1 c BimlesloB in BreaklaHdga atNmty a Beetkoa f ' .n ue 1 4 their own oaVera, bat hwrtlBi Kc ntiicky have a hi,L,r display of liiruiture telling at the lowest prices. Come in i nrc OJBnrtered fur yj Frits ecru ' the Haa that's anothat L"u Martin in Um It m ordi red by the CQBfl Hut the and ask to see it. There I m tlx- - v: iL":;.rl of tin" ,. iry, ii . d ttgerou buslucsj, too. Blalmsafthe Kieatloa fiiiM at the lions who n lly selected to m i e V ii'y i niper m empeu nil en, Borne K"gulur November Bhrctl I9I7. and Ifcamaiilvea aad ' o. e iM. r.. s,.., niaoaflaa th"lr country, A faaaaaj who haa 'V :n n iiivii rt,u am., I... .o.uaio .,, mLii, ...i ti nil his Ufa in Ihc nrmv fnirlv Mami lor imuis in ru.lgc ot u In. u. .111 1 be rile s. There is a euuir American o.- - Sleatlaa was ha d, he, and the sarnu (lowed In admiration of them. Towels .ire hereby, stoned, tinit: New fleev from Miiaeathusatts who Is i I ." "They nre I apli iulil of Hm Banger said, They an prowl to el to techah ai work, who apemls i day Hardinrburg No. 1 be 1kti. Tlicy Mir sorry lor tin- l.os aad ii ajgbt each Weea on the Bag Four in hand and DjW ties Individual Crish towel . it percales, Calicoes and ;.(mi (i. A. Wright hi home .Who are not to help In MM .iiipin' the aasaaga lie i"- II ti lb U la an . xpert riiie Dad htcGary great tattle for deaaatrnty. Tiny waal I 00 in ahof aad ha aajayi iha bakanls of hi.s to p t riiit in the line. They S'raw Hats. Serge Caps Linen I luck for towels 1,09 Pat Sheeraa the dangers fully, iut thai doesn't wor- wi,ik aad gem satiaCaatieai from kUUag Dennis Miller goo attractive colors and Overalls for men of use ry tin i. Tin y have had ili'ir eyeg Hun. Hardtn'ibure; No. 2 The two best known Ban nlgen are opened fully to Um irooderfuj aaeftl caa l ,M Black liifl aad Craay rrita, Bteefe ravlor Irraaca ha mad. Thof have '.00 irxil Smith how the village are tripped of every- rrlta la dead, Craay rite was aroamh MM) thing Inn the very old aad the very ed, hut whether he is deed bj not It. Norton. young, and yel they Imva seen how da know n. BlaCfc l''rliz hai usst il tlj e ; I' Ma) icy :.'.0() .'.(Ml Balltovra, f'. F. fermlncd und cheerful tin' country Is, American eectoc for weeks. Ue was u STRAW FCR FEEDING CATTLE COUNCIL OF DEFENSE IS Hardinsburg No. t.Iovcrport No. 1. Proctor Keith :J.()() 'in they ar pi i to ha here, aad they goed shota and put bullsta now ami thag .'.()() Dow ell WITH US CO OPERATiuG Mil) (ri' going tn Make the 11 neat okllefi thnajgfe r..iii.or's armor hut. BW wi I Cloverporl No .'.'. Ahner. Di nt lnd:.-.n- a giOi Experiment Station Conducted Seatoa day in- was spotted hahlnil a lug aad 1 00 Cloverporl No. B, i. K Scott tli' world III i avei iceo." experiment to Test Vrluc VaAllen To the Sevpral State Councils of DetM Stephensport Cit; Hall ,:. Spperlativna ordinarily are not per a I'liiict atneii him bat weea the '.00 rious Rctlcns Given. J.IIO Miller.. fense: "iio vi s ii haadaaaM eimp," mod a mit. .! by the censorship when refer :MM) Union Star. 11. L linuier Hardinsburg No. Thf Chairman of the National War Once Is made to American. A deeply at per, "and had baaatUaJ hair, asonde :.()() (Preparad by tha T'nlted Ptntcs DepartMooleyvilk, F. .1. Bffgarl avhtg Committee has written us. to .' 00 .r. L Hall 'ouadad prlaetple of the Araerieaa us u glri'S and couihed hack like a ment of Agriculture.) , Webster, Modern Woodman- -. tM bey s." cnll.it the assistance of the Sia'e1 :. orahtp la tlint America, while . In tin cpertmcnt condncted nt the 9 00 Thus. Miller iislve Lrrinatan, Ncwio 2.00 ladlana axpeiintent ftution to teat Gardner. "if he h: ! blonde hair why did yuu Iluhcrt Dejarnette jt lii her own Identlam ami achieve-cuts- , ::.oo the CouBCllB of Dc:e,;sc in the int call bint Black FritaT BevrleyvUle, W. Wi Keith :!.0 t France lad must not fnr.'ot II:' feeding valna of ont Btratv it vnta hnand thrift campaign wi Yh culmlnatee an,, :.'.()() ml Shrew r.herrv rlday, 1.1. "lh. i use ha bang so much ctepe pa nglaud have been nt war for Bet ly Big .Spring, J. II. Mtador MB that n riition of can aflage corn, und National War Savinis Bailtown A copy of lii". letter i eie .T;:iH) 28. I uster, ;." y sirs aad have set n very high our gasMaH S.00 cettonaeed meal hfae just ns valuable Custer Lodge Then Ik uiiothor llun known ga I'.. I". Frank sa' We have assured III 1, on your nndard for (Jade Sum. lint the su-- , Hudson, Gey Johnson tM m .'.Oti fctfiinlf, Dat the State Coul irtatlve iniluir. ii in by tin- - general CooUah Fritz, and u nther ptetty stoey T. X. Hawkins M ok. Joe Aamaa i, 9M. I. Bates. LiefenSr ere sincere. He actually beDevi a the may be told BboM him. He bj not a 100 1.00 5 itlaoal army if ou have not a ha p Bne a lot of .I. per. The an a in tins toenchea ease :.oo McDfniele,.Dr. J. ilart Chancellor V 0 Glen Dean, J. C. Mattingly. not let Jus! what he la. EWhapa, they .' stood ill n tin. form, and ycu not Coverport No. 1 ,00 Rockvale, Mrs. Elisa AlcCartv. have ngured, Ue earreapuudii to aa KNrector ol ti r iicaratt them and talking with S.Oo It i.. ordered by tl: court that tl.e em In man than fifty vOlagea i Amsrhoo football or baaeball amacoc raue that the help S.00 Ert my that I think be has prophetic Ua is a men yoath and ha takes ana (oil wing claims be and they arc your Local Conn, II .,a!l 1( K. ii. Pierce Eerooa chances. lie aright have been harmonize with hereby allowed! P, J"ly shot u hundred times, hut the Amert The object of th Kentucky Culvert Com Chow Their Mettle. can snip. 1 haven't tie? heart to kill Clovcrport No. make every Individ e!:i::l itemised the Knttonal army does Mm, 3.60. K. T. i'olk States an owner ol Printiiig Impli dlspiirajrouu ui of any other n day." nM u sniper viho laU r! II. Severs Ings Stamp ;. an 4 - MM) Standard itemized Company, illtiiry force, Th mitt--t watch ii hi la p .;.y nrouud Ilka u kiit-.uvtlm: of our .0 ::i . claim S.00 ture syatematli 1II3 groan b nln ndy, In vi riot i "he caawlad ap over the ton of the Jas. Chapia A. T. Beard, Canty ClcVk much as Be can. gOQ e lushes with the enemy, shown lh; trench aad wt at over to a i" and lay Allen Jennings " H The sta:n;i selling plan is dlrfectl In j Clovtrport No. 3 atufl of which it N made, tm MMth on it. lie there for aa hour sun-- i '.. AI. i;.. shai i. for use and line wUh the campi Ign for t Brill ana S.00 Keith feKlmeat, which hnila from Haaaachna i bad a bead on bha bH ij. I'. n.." himself, economy whleli a h aoatcdl by the beneni ol Bank of ens. luis been decorated ly the French th time, hut what's' the aael a asen J. K. Blata 3.00 Council of National Defetise kin its 23.60 it Trust Co government for It valor under beevy kal. a Both i .' time a new sniper here Carl DeHa venJ. (.00 resolution of May 8, aad on whtth you V McAfee doj, , laiiu alim.ed... is. on t)i . A!!' the men hove m ide "I. bat BBW him uni! was just about to pick 1.00 R. O. Perkins are now engaged C, V. Robert on, ,ii unqacafUui nil jf.'.v ban do le him whin l .said 'Nothing dasnsV We Stephen ';port Very truly yours, y iho cx 'Hi n army i. jfr 1h' pqmtled a claim itemized an't exactly aadet aland what it P. M. Basham 2.00 (Signed) ARTHUR H. n. K.MING, r i re the mesne, Afeoui two weeks a',' l tnopgnt p. .! Basham, Elect lea Comdraft 3.00 Chief of Section, ralque, d thi ipl it. I'd gin the youngster a scare, so I put . missioner days 2 00 P. M iae aoi ii a a ballet in u very small about Hardee Hall. Election :t.f;o caoaa font from him. lie s. umpi red out of a T. Hanlu B.1IN6ING THE WAR HOME , 4 days . I often unicn oiar slgbl like a frrditenoii papp, Hcndrick, Electioa Com I; Now that Oermai If he or anyone else knows H. M. Cart, has extends uer missianes days policy of (Hghtfulhess ami hr thai he la living hi (ha shadow of Bt V. Kohcrtson, Clerk, 60m-rC. figure they death. May he tile her warfare to the coaata atS isioner days lenrn something from It. However, G. D. (awabn thla country, thore should no ranger '1 j ue any American A. T. Beard: Fx Sherifl claim youU neesf catrh me kllBag that bjhnV r ... ... unwilling or Ujrpn Mccli.yvillc 'Ii tin pared to do his utmost itemised once l.'cgroc3 Furnish Mucii Hjmcr. '1 M for all, this diabolical' aad fiendish Si'psrior Bjef Type. VY. jMall. Pauper $1 in Humor gleama frequently through power the grimneaa of war and mnch of t. 1. 1. Fry mire for economy und extent of i:fi;is when :.'.(io If Germany had deliberately sought i)r. r. U, Parruih, salary as from the aegro soldiers from used with ont straw as when fed with for a method which ill Cunningham--. would da IS ire the :.iii .1 States. A particularly dark Comity Health Officer Jan. clover hay. As BQch u ration la est u to stir this noun try and bring Webftax it to its skinned private was overhauled o. I, t018, to April 1. alvely naed in varioua porta of tlu senses and to a resolution Idli r bi .: '" 9t8 ..on to gather by b military poHeetnaB, It was R. I). StClnir FnitiMi Btatea its practical varaa ena all its strength, seconded. On motion deli tnad she could have toiunl :uio ,, on a country road ami the at Idler was 15. B. Parlu rit.d rricd it is ordered by the court readily be seen. Straw and stov er arc no better means than to haw sent her :;.(( ambling along with his military agtflt I. Parks i ey and aei nrreaien ii specially valuable for the wintering submarine to prey oft of tiiu ships of Ireckinridgc Count) appropri hat est l..i poutlds of souas WeU :. ;..ii'i H. C. Haddank. Arc you v'iuI to be b Tel ate the sum of $000.00 payable of breeding herds of beef ittle, and our coast. The sinking of American venirs of France, Irviagton 'I woaldr,'t be anywhere ilea f..r should form a birge part of their fei d, vessels almost within si'; n Ij installments as the Count.', of our "Wh.-iare you I'omV usked the po J l.4t) llai Ions nl table for uii: hing in the worl V ebuai nai Lyons ccast line, by German submattnoi Is, Ueeman. Stlary oi a Farm Agent of beef cuttle lire us different part of the :.'!)( p, Payne 'oil in trout of a smiill h follows; Matt or ought to be, sufficient proof to any ".Me sahV I'se from Alulmmu.". Cor said county lor the period of li .i wemtin oa oaa siio, on :.'.)) (i II. Hoard... American that we are not lata nun "vh en I'lonts in Alabama IkIBM Rations for Breeding Cows. lill- twelve months, beginning July on other iiihI two woo 1. 10 the ravages of waV even though wo "Donl know, s.ili, exactly, but IVe J no. X. Akers.. Itatlon t) having hag on tiio ground In frmit of the Federal Government am removed MM miles from the con10 pounds. Btru Bewleyvillc from Alabama." Mm. rTSi .. ti.. nteed the sum of 11,000 on said Silage, 20 pounds. flict. I JO "Where you ajOTBg to?" Chas. Blanford -- . nny where. As woulil nttrft' ui Cottonseed or linseed meal, 1 pound. It is understood tiiat the salary. The presence of German submarines " e,l, don't 's:n l!y know, aih." 'Mill C A. Kasey :r uiiiji.mled me th off our coast Is a positive Challenge to subscriptions Rntlon 2: in pounds. will receive "Where you eamtBg from?" Strutv. :;.oo :ourity A. H Payne Hit every American. Cottonseed or oil rake, 2 pounds. President Wilson's 'lileniher, sail, 's 1 from private sources to assist it in "The'last phlee r ami 4. :io T. Stith S: fen. snnpu proclamation callini; for enlistments In I'.ai Seems to me the train I paying the Ifid amount. A yea and Itatlon ;ii!:iii-.i10 pounds. hi was in Straw. an ut oil nsi B13 Spring the War Savinus army on or before was on went while 11 buying a few nay vote having been taken resulted Bhaeh coin. Ml pounds. 'i'l ho came from marrow, (i 9,00 W, MuH'mes June 28th offers the opportunity for a things to lake back when I Ko." Cottonseed menl or Unseed meal, Unanimously in favor of said approI mm II toym in tin- middle Went. pound, pood rousliiR American answer to that 5.M ti Hoard lu re you are?" "Do yon know asked hlin about hl.s affair- before ho nation 4: ( ). :M)0 priation. German challenge. The National War Martin.. "Can't 'xactlysny I do, sail (looklliK Stover, tt." pounds. duly made seconded the nrmy. On motion Joined Savings committee wants, to know ..rjO aiatMd with the feigned eradiciea of T. Xorti.s Cottonseed or linseed nil meal, hUMlness," the "I wiin lii tle lumber ordered by the court and carried, it what kind of an answer the people of pound. no nslroiiomer). hut I reekoii I'se Custer private peJoiniHl. "i n Kettlna along Kentucky are going to give to this In France." (JO that the Treasurer of Hrcckinrid.;e Rations for FeeHinq Warnie llorslie u wile Fat latest German atrocity. P" tty well have Hiow. and two riui County, is ordered and directed 10 The in iToes nmiise the French pen- Fuel Trent..... here (pointing pi. tening Steers. dren aheul like April ." No, "F" The hit; btaeh hoys HWlnit llBBI A. I Lynch Ml redeemfor Bond amount ol dated payaaki 1:. 'on 1: to the two near his foot), but even If the eountry roads stogiag or sestliag. $1000 1813, the ROBERTSON COUNTY I). Suiros ..... A knew my business vn U'oInK In ruin t They frequently orKanlze a quartet BtreWi 8 pounds. to the order of O. C. Aloornian bearOtlaaaa 1 poaHSt, waartdn't K" linek if they'll let me. I'm ii enmlao and if the work in willed they Hudson ALIVE AND STIRRING Corn, 12 pounds, per cent, ing interest at the rate of hen t. stiek It ont to the finisii and an- f ogaged hart rltatty imporiant snip .. .. a H. Royalty nation 2: s the same way." annually and to iaWH in lieu you'll fiiul nil the bo; Straw, 8 pounds. tin payable This Is the way Chairman W. T. I). Carter beaide n road to "put over" a lew ill- i maae hay, I pounds. spirit of nli is. ;'s tins youna. Brtalshed sevenths, hotter known ns esse Robinson thereof to Chas, U- Alaltingly a new Kenton, of llobertson county, puts it :M)0 Cottonseed rake or Mafetd cake, t gaaler Bald. Mentleal, The nu n hiirhor shnjis. Ami they know how to said in his campuiitu: poumls. t.ilt) note Or bond Hor said amount at Meli. QeiggfeM re to (ijrht for r'rnnee and demo. do It. They me happy wherWe're with you,- Mr. 1'resldeut; rate ot interest, the same to'bear ennation 3: Mook 1ft pounds. Tli.-exactly whut ever found. nmlerstnnd Ftover, watch us! The campaign opened County Judge and :s.un dorsement of the Rllatto, 15 pounds. A. H. Smiley sues in'. They understand Monday, June imh. und before It Corn, 12 pounds. oual Clerk. Mill M array he Fnlted Btntes came closes every home In llobertson eoun On motion duly made, seconded Itatlon 4: E pounds. ::.oo toil,, aad ti" y will be (liaenpolnt- Straw, BAN ON LOAFING Cartae Mr Coy ty will be canvassed by the Court Stover, 15 pounds. hofon '.'very allied p peiiee eom .;.'.(! uui carried, it is ordered 11. Corn. 6 pounds. II o.!. x been thai I) C. Heron, Horace McCoy and, Mclianiels at, 1 pounds. Orders Against It leeued to the Pease Cottonseed Example for Others. Abe Bennett be and they are hereby Among the Bin tea tboaeeod ( u'.oo Officers. Pal ( lainer The malinger of un Knglish north Tn these rntlons various other feed t eaamine app dnted a comttittaa tlonal nrmy men who came here to till Loafers will uo longer find Wabash, 8. S. ( isllowaji I. to firm, Joseph Thomson, J. p., In the rntlonn oounlrj In aariasja units may ho found men r p- Inil., the settlement of the mny be Kuhtlfutcd. hiiven fur IhaM, miller orders K, A. Moo re wus one of the few who, in the curly ,.. ,f .'.mi and to audit gtvefl for arinterini; breeding cows defiBtativo of every Inaiuii of citizen f Breckinridge County which laeaed recently h.v sin rirr Vaeemaa to ; E. I'luker days of Rusklu's social ...... . reform 10 Sheriff fmiinjltles of straw und stover gap. i nv mnrormen, M iiuuier.s. niiuiI. every ponce ollleer In the county. They 's has heretofore been ordered made by nite schemes, put lileuls Into pracGlen Dean given. In actual feeding such figinn ut ;i .1 are iggrks. provide for Iho arrest und sentence tice in the organization of his woolen and also to examine eoniml.s.--ioi- i 'MJO the Treasurer men. HrTH, Moorman, Jr . ures should bo mmiewhiit disregarded of every man or boy In the county, business, observes and audit the report and settlement and the cuttle given us much roughage manufacturing 1.1(1 HEters In fuel, everytblnir. Then now out of school, who does not work. Cannon Christian Science Monitor. A definite Treasurer of llreckinridgc ns they will consume. el Nge men with names 'MIO ot the Kane The public in Keneriil Is 'usked to minimum wage was fixed for the workthey will report back to Yenrlli IgJB Bay be fed aery nalloiuiilty in the world. 4.10 County and ers, uud they were given heap BtsTanl laahng dnrteg the mm S. T. Smit-hparticular soldiers are In with Germany mid Austria, und Is uskthis COMII when they have completed the ration for breeding cows and muy carried full voting powers shures which ThemKockvale ut company an Krnuoo, when tlo be expected to come through the win- BsOetiBOn, northe.istei-t otiiciuis Both men mid women C i:iO their labors. Kuppert. traiiiln to ed telliin; ofief ate with the loufer Is going throiiKli Intensive On motion duly made, seconded, ter In fair to good condition. by this privilege. Kuskiu, on hearthem whenever I I (Ml Hall For fattening uiilmalN straw should ing of Mr. Thompson's experiment, equip theniselveK for the front line. adjourned until found. The sheriff promises to see 00 and carried, Court H Haxter Snipers in the Trenches. always be within reach so that the ani- wrote to htm expression! deep appreciA. M. that the men either go to Jail or to at 0 Uui ton hit tomorrow S. B. o'clock J. B. C. C mal mny eat at will. They will usually ation. "1 eiinnot itafBclaBtly iliiiuk you," Far off there was u sll.'lil movement the stute hum. Payne, eat from three to five pounds dally. be said, "for the completely fuuud-tloua- l November Election 1817. the ground. Two snipers were Houses for Close to ) (To be Continued Wgtchfng. Ilardtalharg So. J C. Sill.... 3.00 step wbieh you have taken In Tough to Be Bumped. "do on Hh'H," auld one. I.oat A valuable letter with fr ight the establishment of Just and rlgbt slung all HirdlaihaCl Nn I Masonic "The War Is pradadng VVUcn yuu have, backache thcliver or kid- other. "It's youi turn." sahl the In Is attached :i.00 between yourself uud your The tin. lei will please leinple Its own," writes u Y. M. '. A. secrenay arc urc to be out ol .car. Iry San- There wn n nup oi me employees." The experiment gave return to the Hreckenridge News Office tary overstaa. "In Kiilniid, fur ex Hardhuhui I Me 1, R. G. blotted him all rltht thst'f ot, it iloca wonder for tha liver, kidueya and Toa most satisfactory reealts. :i uo ample, when you hear tluit 1 ship was Garner days convince bladder. A trial QOc bottle will ghree la two SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS TRY A NEWS WANT AD TODAY remaps this snipiug mljjnt technl 'bnuiped' you know it waa torpedoed." Haidiiikburg No. 4, AH Taylor... :i.oo you. cct it at ine urug ttra. "They'll Ma) the F at Soldiers Dctermiii: Daring Chanoea hi If yon are patriotic and carry yottr own bacaye on your you will, need a nice bgn . For the New Housekeepers The ; fivr-nishin- o-s in-l- I w ' . i ... i i . Men's Ties Assortment ii.M-t- s neta cePe ijnghiim i generil lic.-.n- . Frank. - oat-wg- a 11 J . . i: . : a II : , i i a . . J . -- n i ln Hr : TO J T . Z.-C- . I , ai k3m ! 1 iA its! i ink i if1 ; .1 . -- -- I - y F oMi'-oriv- . 1 - I - 1 v- i 1 some-Whe- 1,000-Poun- . 1 11 ." 1 1 pro-wh- ' r . .1 a 11 - 11 Itu.-I;ln- briM. three-fourth- s . - 11 1 11 iuwi 11 aanYaafl UnV -- 7 i THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. NEWS BABBAGB, Editor and Publisher stock to James Ony Arms for $2,000 cash. Mr Sermon thinks of moving to Washington City to work for the a STEPHFJNSPORT Mrs. Alice is Improving. Miss ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Government. This county is losing mighty good citizen and farmer. tonf who has been ill &4U 1 1 CLOVERPORT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. 1918 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; jrjc for 6 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. W. R. Moorman. Jr . Planters Hall Stock Farm and E. L. Robertson. Glen Valley Stock Farm. Glen Item, are this week attending I H. Miller's Mr Miller is the sale, Peru. largest PoQfld Durham breeder in the trUfhtVf f. These young, progressive 11 breeders in our county are looking foundation stock in out for tlie ln-- t the market and will bring home some tine specimens. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When you have finished reading your K Moorman. Jr.. shipped two copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to a friend who is not a car loads of lambs Monday; 100 of subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. this lot was produced on Planters Hall Stock Farm, BIMII1BER THE DAYS SUNDAY MONDAY WHEATLESS ONE MEAL ALL MEALS ONE MEAL WHEATLESS IHQBSDff-- ONE MEAL WELEATLES5 Hftrry Norton. Webster. shipped Monday 1 loads of lambs and 2 Io;kIs went to market last Monday week, OWE MEAT. VMEArxr; VHEATXESS TUESDflT John Avitt. l.odiburg. has V j acres of wheat that will make M tmahtll to the acre, so his neighbors say. Lyddan sold the wool from M cues for $7.25 per head. These were Western sheep and cost $14 A pretty good yield. each G. N. nmwrcniv II 1 ALL MEALS "'"0 iMATTINGLY Mr. and Mrs. James Keenan have received new from their son, Corbet that he had t a n transferred from Camp Taylor to somewhere in Georgia. Mrs. Wm Mason and mice, Mitt Jennie Cbancelor visited Mr. and Mrs. Ow n Rice ai.d family latt Sunday. Mrt. Thelitha Keenan hat received niwa from her ton, Pat Keenan that he hat been transferred from the Camp at Little Rock, Ark., to a Camp in Ntw Jersey. Miss Valeria Frank. Mr. Lawerenct Beavln, Miss Pearl Beavin and Mr. Walter ISrickey attended the ice cream supper at Mctjuady Saturday night. Wheat harvest has commenced in this community but hands tu harvest the grain are scarce, Miss Irene llrickt-y- , Evauaville came up last Sunday for a short visit with her parent!, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Virginia Whitworth was the week end guests of relatives in town. kJM Henrietta Shlvely is speeding Iwn week's with relatives in Oweor. boro. K A. Smith was in Louisville last week. Miss Cecil Dix returned Friday from Bowling Green where she has been at tending school, Paul Irvin left Sunday for Owensboto. Mrs Wm Powell, Pnion Star was the guest of her son, O. W. Dowell and Mrt. Dowell Saturday. Mrs. M. A. McCubbins and grandson, Bainard Fox returned Sunday from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. V Haswell and Mr. Haswell, Hardinsburg. Friends of Rev. and Mrs. U. B. Arnold received cards announcing the birth of a son, Wendell Homes Arnold, June 17. Rev. and Mrs. Arnold are at Harold, South Dakota. Mrs. Syrena larrett returned last week from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. John Gibson and Mr Gibson at Sample. Mrs. A. B. Cashman and children were in Cloverport Thursday. Mrs. P. I). Hawkins returned Friday from Hawesville having been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Rice and Mr. Rice A crowd from here attended tne ice cream supper at Addison Saturday "iuim vftwr wwr our p M it is Sara Wfien it is in IS 1. . and 3ftfc&an& zmmwi: T TTfr iTaj THE YEACE OF MIND WHICH YOU ENJOY WHEN YOUR IS SAFE IN THE BANK, IS THE BEST REASON IN THE WORLD WHY YOU SHOULD PUT IT THERE. YOU CANNOT REST COMFORTABLE IF YOU KEEP MONEY IN YOUR HOME, AND YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE ALWAYS IN DANGER-FO- R BURGLARS ARE DANGEROUS MEN. COME IN. WE WILL WELCOME YOU. MONEY THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 KY. TRUST CO. Last year 850,000 American boys and girls produced and conserved $10,000000 worth of food products through clubs The stusupervised by the U. S. Department of Agriculture. pendous work which this department of our government is doing for our boys and girls is indeed worthy of note. It requires no little patience and energy to teach children and while the supervisors are well compensated for their work yet it is not altogether as easy as it looks. The only trouble is that not enough parents are encouraging their boys and girls to We ke advantage of these agricultural and domesti clubs. winnmcr tln w;ir ntnl it nnlv fff iiifm-tlininrti ! v evening. Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Ferguson and daughter, Virginia are guests of his parents at Jefferson City, Tenn. Misses I.eota Grant and Zelma Avitt Lodiburg are guests of Miss Myra Rollins. Rev. and Mrs. H. S. English left for Louisville Wednesday, Mrs. Englii.li will go from there to Martinsville, Ind., enroute they stopped at Ft. Benjamin Harrison to see Mrs. English's brother, J. B. Crawford. HARD1NSBURQ, Total Assets Over $1 ,000,000.00 We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods 111 Vining. Because America has been so blessed with an abundant Vheat crop this spring, let's not allow ourselves to think that Ammons W: may have all the wheat bread we want this winter. If we feeding one nation it miirht b different but there are were Miss Laura Ater and Miss Olla Rob. other nations almost entirely dependant on America for food. Brickey. Sixty-fiv- e Mis. Sarah Frank, who has beeu an bins were guests of Miss Margaret per cent of the essential foodstuffs eaten by the Britinvalid for the past ten years was Canary Tuesday. ish come from our country. Mrs Kuby Lanvpkina is guest of agreeably surprised last Saturday J.ine Io, when ber children and relatives When you are in the act of putting sugar on your berries, visited her bringing well filled baskets that is if you are fortunate enough to get any, think of Mr. A bountiful dinner was served those Hoover. He is in England now or will be pretty soon, and it present were; her daughter, Mrt. sister, rs all the more reason that we should be good patriot! and James Keenan; Minnie Mrs. Talitha Keenan and Keenan; Mrs. carry out to the dot his requests in conserving sugar and prac- children, Mr. and Mrt. B. F. Frank ticing the gospel of the clean plateand daughter, Lula, Mrs. Ernest Pate, Mra. M. W. Moorman, Mrs. C. D. - y Subscribe now for the News Are You Prosperous? Are you riding on a prosperity wave? If you are, lay aside some of your profits now. Deposit your surplus cash in bank. There have been thousands of new bank accounts opened in the oast six months. the Quite a number of the Cloverport girls registered for war Hambleton, Mrs. A. T. Cooper M. E. service1 '"anywhere" which means overseas if called. When children, Mrt. many Hambleton. We wish her happy returns of our girls begin to go "over there" we imagine it will not be the day. long 'tijl the yvar is over. Additional Garfield Items. things you should Instead of sitting and thinking about the Mrs. Ella Mattingly writes from Red like to do to the Kaiser go bug your potatoes or help your field, Iowa, that she is having a delight neighbor weed his w ar garden. ful visit with her son. Earl Mattingly and family. Laura Nelson and G utile Nelson were Sunday quests of Mrs. Kuby Lampkins. Mrt. Willie Walls who has been 111 for some time with tubercolosis died at her home Friday June I4, and was buried Saturday in the Union Star ctmteery. She leaves a husband and and two little boyt, one being an adopted Laura Ater and Mitt Ethel Morgan were in Cloverport Sunday vititing relatives. Mrt. Kate Eng'ish went to Louisville Wednatday to be gone aeveral days. Mitt Blanche Hortlay returned home Thurtday from a vitit to her titter at Sample. Misses Hattle and Myrtle Balou and Messrs Robert and J. T. Pool motored to Union Star Sunday. Hobart Balou was the guest of Miaa Elizabeth Morgan at Sample last Sun ton. Mist her mother this week Misses Judy Horsley, Are you one of the new positors? de- See us toaay about your banking. We'll be only too glad to explain our methods. Miss Suninier Time was met with a cool reception, Friday Tune 22, wasn't she ? Mrs. J. A. Sandbach and daughters, Mildred and Anna Leigh spent part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. D. T. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. Read the advertisements in this week's issue of The News. June 28. Remember the day and the cause. FARM AND STOCK. Farmers never had a better season for harvesting their wheat. It is all cut and shocked and being stacked. Threshing will begin this week. The yiefd is satisfactory. Crop the largest in years. The next important event is the "price which has not been settled by the Government. Blanket authority !'as been given the Food Adminis-tor- , Mr. Hoover, to increase the price above the .'' minimum, owing to the increased freight rates which became effective Tuesday, June Mlk. The Senate and House are in a squable over the increase of price to $2.50 minimum, so matters are very unsettled and growers are waiting for the action of Congress. week. Mitt Rota Adamt, Cloverport it alfalfa where vititing Mut Bessie Harper thit week Thos. V. Robtreson, Glen Dean, i:i els more to the acre than his clover the funeral. ySeveral from here attinded the milking U Holstein cows and is turn- land. WoofDaprayer tarvice at the home of Mr. ing most of the milk over to the calSaturday, June 2l, will be wool day Henry Baiham at Klngswood Tuesday ves which promise to be line animals J. T. Sermon has sold his crop and at Irvington. night. Thota attending were: Mittet Sales Committee, Nannie and Anita Meador. Betty Omiley, Mildred Butlar, Mrt. A. A. J. E. King E. P. Hardaway Smiley and Hayden Smiley. The Chas. H. Drury aervlca waa hald aapeolally for tha boyt who ware called to the army. Mr. Fish a Plenty. Baahatu'e aon, Milton being one of tha Irvington, June 14, (Special) The number. Mra Mary Ann Cooipton, Qarlield ia Fish and Game Wardan, Frankfort tent one hundred baaa fish here laat Wed- ia viaiting ber aon, P. A. Prieat and Mra. Prlaat. nesday. They came out of tha a a. ui.no 11 M. Always Id ofllce during QfflM inliftM, Kj. were placet in ponds on 1 p. at. to) p. ou rlvar and ofBce hour News Subscribe for Postmaster Green Bandy ' place. villa Mr. Robertson values these cows an-Aliene and Maurice Ray left Wednescalves at $100 each. He sold recent- day for an extended visit in Owenton ly a cow and calf to James Smith for Grata and Lagrange. $75 ."In h he says was $25 too low Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman were dinner Jesse Howard, Jr., has a bull six guests at V. W. Smith's Sunday. months old that weighs U00 pounds. Mrs. Claude Shumate has been quite of ill for several days. This bull is a double grand-soHe bought a Duroc open Avondale. Bessie B. Weatherford has been gilt bred by Harmon Taul, a neighbor oflra Jackson, for $125. Mr. the guest of her aunt, Miss Nannie Board. Jackson recently sold a Duroc boar Mrs 1'. S. Balls and children, for $10,000. Tenn., are visiting her Alex Harper has a duck that has sister, Mrs. Abe Compton and Mr. laid M eggs in 90 days. Mr. Harper Compton. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Henninger were says he don't have to look for worms in histobacco patch, as his ducks take in West View Thursday. care of them for him. He advises toMrs. Ollie Marshall, St. Louis, Mrs. bacco growers to raise ducks and Spurrier Porter, Mrs. Noah Brunner, turn them in the tobacco patch. Louisville and Sam Glasscock of Irving-toaccompained Mr. aril Mrs. J. H. G. A. Wright says his crop of 75 Glasscock home from Glen Dean Friday acres of wheat will thresh out 1,200 where they had been to attend the funbushels. He says his field of 5 acres eral of their son and brother. Misses yielded 5 bush- Nancy and Jean Glasscock attended he had n .Mi-.- n Penick. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gray were in day. Irvington Sunday. SunHaynes Trent and family spent day with Mr. and Mrs. J. Gray. Mrs C. W. Barnes and two children, Everything in West View BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Rooting Farmert are very busy around thit place, cropt need rain badly. Prof, and Mrt. R. K Adamt are vititing Mrt. Adams' parent! Mr. and Mrt. Elihu Meador. Mrs. W. D. Smith hat returned from Bowling Green where tha has been at tending the Normal. Mr. and Mrt, P. A. Priett were made glad by the arrival of a little girl June 18, Ella I.trtn.-- . A party of young people composed of Mittet Lula Mattingly, Nannie J. and Leona Meador, Meters Charles and Hayden Smiley motored to Hardint burg Sunday afternoon. Rev. W. K. Huntsmen filled hit rrg ular appointment at thit place Saturday night and Sunday and delighted his audience with good termont both sarvlcet. V. G. Goodman made a trip tu Louis AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky tblt A CONSTANT REMINDER If you would have the soldier to be constantly reminded of home and his loved ones, send him off with a Wrist Watch. Kvery soldier needs one and tbwy appreciate useful gifts. We have these Wrist Watches in stock and we want every Breckinridge county boy in service to possess one. It is as little as you can do for them. Buy one now from DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Your Home Jeweler Inn: T. C. LEWIS Hardinsburg, Ky. The IUR TRADE FLEET CAPTAIN "SKIPPT STIRS IIP ON LINER f THINGS best investment EVER DEVELOPED LOUISVILLE BROKER TELL8 WHY THRIFT STAMrS ARE NEAREST IDEAL. i NOW 27,371 SHIPS Plans Big Program of Sports, but Ship's Commander Figures on Safety First. In America Captain "Sklppy" wnnhl Set credit for being a "self stnrter," or perhaps a He doafl not smo'o. nor drink. H Is tWCBjty ine. Iilomle, pink cheeked and rushes nhont Im rehen ded always, like a sehoolhoy nt picnic. And the first day out be started the good American school girl game of skip ping the rope, thus winning hN title. I !ul lie Is a He got on No hoy's camniid off of (ialllpoll. paign that for the ggggttl anil men. "Sklppy" lias gone out and got n war cross for bravery, lie ulso got himself a captaincy In the Itrltlvh army; and he has come safely through three years nf war. Out ide the smoking room It Is not on record that ho Infests that spot the captain hns been Just about the! life of the party. He started galloping pntnaondM with nurses, stealing them right and left. Starling also dissensions and muttering! among tho less fortunate. A few days Inter he was collecting a "Inn ';" from Of effyfiodjt and presenting a parse to the hand. It was he who discovered the ship's "grnnm-photie- " and had It curried about dee':. At the MOM time he was organizing "spurt" and making a speech to the assembled American nliicers, enlisting thetf aid in IlinotSllllg out their "stem-winder." tul-en- L Apartment of Commerce Gives First War Statistics. SECOND ONLY Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and lobacco Dealers of breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Qlon fJsan, y. Director v ol ti (.1 0HtrS0 TO BRITISH Pigiil tk f arm THE HOWARD I. M. M0WAHD FARMS Prop GIVE .LL CHANCE TO HELP Polled Durham Cattle. t SON. Merchant Marine of America Now 10,000.000 Tons 692 Vessels Built In Last Five Months Single Month's Growth in 1918 Equals Whole Num. ber Launched in 1914 Now Reckon by Deadweight Tonnage. The Baby Cond Is Perfect Investment and Brings th; Economy of All Have won the People Into Fight to Free the World. (By Harvey S. Williams, ft Monroe.) into other branch SOldped SS China Hogs. Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Kjhtl Poland Short Horn Polled Kibbons at State Past l'ive Years Shorthorn Cattle Duroc hogs Hampshire Sheep Catte Dealer In Leal Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Durham demean. a y. Shorthorn Duroc Jersey Hogs d of Williams do- the Amerlcnn merchant tim rl n In nil classes of vesfor the first ri revealed sels bus time since tin' wnr began In statistics from the department or commerce. Tin- Steady growth I f Valley Home Stock Farm ;Thos. - O'DonOgbuc Po- Finance and Investments have of human J OWES L S0S, Pnpr'tUn Dcalct in ami kVssdsf of 1 Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealer! In rp,.. .u..:, in,; ti'ii n io imhi. merchant erafl under control f the army ami mwy aa transports tint! supAt the beginning of Jan-unr-y ply ships. WMt urcnsnl seaaeU of BySAnV 224 groan tons were fly Ins the Stars nuil strip' s on trips acroee the Atlantic with (hod and mtnattiona, into the Oarlbbetta and Pacific with Awsrteai affudxta for foreign coatoraera ami m the hikes ami rivers of this roimiry as part of the nation's: domestic transportation system. i in-- They show thai in the lirst the inont hs this yettr there hare been Imilt In thi. country an! oftlclslly n unbared by the bureau of nnvigutlnn n total ell of (NT.n.v, groea ions. of 839 The merchant fleet of the Fnlted stuii now amonnta to approximately exact a science as any research, and the doctors of finance, better known ;.ri baflkafl and brokers, have seuichcd as diligent: for the perfect form ol nr.. other scientists !..ive tor Dorfactloa in t!:clr various list, means Ma l'orfrcllun In an cortalntf of iixcd mconn with no r. ib:i;fy if dsttroclntlon of the princi-pal-. Hardinsb.irg, Ky.. Route Ky. Poland China Hcgs a Specialty Po led Dm ham Polled Durham and Shnrlltoni Gallic. lai d China tlojrs anil I'lyntoulh dock Chkhnaj Cattle Live Stock and 1 u Hardinsburg. Ky., Route Tobacco UNIT H. H0R1 3N. I inve.-tnieu- t ORCHARD HOME FARM sHaoncat G. N. pace Lyddan The Webster Stock Farm - bonr'.s of Heicto.'ore ijOvcriir.-.cnthe loading nations of tbS world nnvu to realizing lliii tome tho aonre ideal, but .since tho world went to war, oven thcde securities have shown serious depreciation In exchangeable t fi. P. MAVSHV, Proprietor Cwnar Farmer, Dealer. Breeder anilTFeeder lot Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. IIard1iiburt;.'K).. Route 2. Farmer and Feeder! Irvington, Ky. Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Includes New Vessels. rying Capacity, arhich play so large u in oommeree and the maintenance balance of traile. of n favo-al.All nwrebant res sols are required by law io register with the bureau of aarrtgatlon of the ih pailiiit'iil of REFUSED NATURALIZATION i.ml to receive an official identification number, before being per Austrian Has Tvo Sons in the Unite:! Bitted to fly the lias of the Dotted States Army. Mateo, That number Is awarded when years old. Anton Kugler, forty-onthe Bnl ibed sl.ip is measured for gross of St. I.otjis, who has two sons in the et pndty, which hi the content tone,' military service of the United Slates, of the ihip in terms of 100 cubic feet has been refused final naturalisation Had tin national! accented moth Ha Is a Dative Of Hungary pi: p. is. Ina alse. od of expn mid came to St. Louis in 1901 The shipping board, building excluone or tho sons. i!m: ilpn, eighteen, sively cargo ships, has adopted deadis an enlisted man in the regular army. g weight tonnage as the medium of The oilier, VnttlC, s'Meen, i.i with a new tonnage, deadweight capaBoth enlist- hospital unit in Georgia. city being the actual weight of cargo td With their father's consent before and bunk' coal S'bteh can be carried. the slate of war with Aootlla Ban- Indicates Fleet's Slie. gary. The deadweight tonnage of n cargo Kugler was deeply affected when InHO per COOt greater thon shil is about formed that he could not become nn, its gross tonnage, but In a posset utilized while tho country was at vessel Is less, because the space S 00 war with this native land. "I want cupieii by passenger a ananodatton. to bo an Ami riean I" ho cried. "I hare The Former German liner Valeriana1, given my boys to the country." e now the Leviathan, has a gross of 64,000, but a deadweight capacity of only nhont 5,000 tons, which n HOW REIMS WAS lustrates why, in dealing with all (J pea BATTERED BY SHELLS of Ships, gross tonnage, or the setUOl size regardless of tho spneo allotted to cargo, has been chosen internationally as more truly Indicative of the size et a fleet. There has been I steady Increase In new ships this year, tho .May tonnage being three times as gr- it as the January output, and greater tlian the whole output for the year 1!1 1. In the llrst month of litis there were .77 ships of M.7S0 tons given olllelal In February M ships of numbers. gross Pan were numbered. 117.IKI1 March saw a notable .iunip in tlie production of small Miips, numbers being awarded to IBS, the tonnage being 1 15. The ri COCt in April w as 15 sliiis of lftSjOfiQ tons, and In May 185 ships of 104,400 tons. This tremendous fleet is unpaid only to the merchant tonnage at? Great I'.rit-niIt laelndei dl new vessels Imilt umler the direction of the Shipping hoard and thonaanda of other ships, smaller in tonnage Iml sreater in carpart le "We'll have rill""' vnr. potato races, you know; no end of fun." he said, "and we'll give some prizes woollen spoon or some such rot." It was going glial guns when the captain of the ship explained It wouldn't be safe to try to crowd the entire shlps nminanj at one apot on the boat. PfaUH have been changed and dM movement goes forward now for a mighty concert in the first cabin dining room. fights, tug of Government has com-gMr- e coin-pulin- ; tho United States C. V. ROBERTSON, Issued a secur.ty which, as far as I cjn discover, doca llardinsburfi, Ky. actually meet the requirements of a HMtlffl in perfect inve.um.cnt. It Is noae other than the humble War Savings Slump, High-Cla- H Horses, Mules, or Baby Itond. and, because tho Fine Saddle and Harness original ;dea was to encourage Horses. thrift and economy among the great wage-e.- i ruing army of America, IT WILL PAY VOL fQ VISIT MY STABLfcS it has been generally overlooked by the Investment classes. The MtstnnsV ing feature of this security Is that It may be redeemed at any time hi lore THRIFT V.M UABLE m iturlty at full face value and about per cent Interest upon ten days' t;;.;ES Li ; ;. written notice, while If carried to maturity in ly't!, tho Interest rate la 4 While the an'ccosi of the War per cent compounded quarterly, which Havings caniiia:--.is a r.ecc; dty as wlH abrogate 4 V4 per cent annually a measure of Star, il ls'Ji:t as Imon the investment for the entire peportant as a pii.ice measure. The riod. person who (UTOOti in War SavThe issue of War Saviors Stamps Is limit l by law to 18,000,000,000, and In ings Stamps dot s not merely holp win the war, but he exercises a order to give everyone a chance to secreditable and (trofitabla foresight. cure a part of th's "aafoat Investment a If the pass earl War Savings ever devised," a limit of $1,000 for sbqnld fail, it would a set by the Goveach individual d: kalsor Ul4 his Potsdam t i. ernment. As the total issue reprecrew. sents only about $!S for each individThat Is tbe uoanswcr-'blreason why it must succood. That ual in the country, the wonder la that auy effort should be necessary to sell is why ovi ry loy.-must them, and when the investors of enlist In the urmy oi saers. means once realize the advantage of this form of security, thero will he a general demand for "tho war-tim- e 11 value. Now, however, This Space for Sale This Sn.ace for Sale v:: PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS Having ready cash for sudden emergencies is possible a part of your salary or only when you have wagct. Start with a fn all deposit if necessary. Increase it as you can and scon you will have a substantial interest-beariaccount, and a feeling of safety, contemment, pride and independence. ! fed ng cam-palg- Safety Honesty Courtesy : Service I Kent-ic'.ii.i- mod-orat- FIRST STATE BAM, w. j. MeaoTT, I'risd, in J. M. HMBNUON, IrvingtGn, Ky. tui-Mi--r J. C. I'AVNE. J. 1. LYDDAN. Asm. CasUsi limit." Above all question of selfish Interest, LIBERTY LGJyjM;KERS ton-nag- great fact that offer patriotic Americans an opportunity to help win tin w.:v by lending his money to Undo Sa-in amounts ranging' from twenty-fiveentS up, and there is no doubt that the bringing of the war to our shores by the suainaiine campaign will greatly the desire to do howoTOT, stands the Slumps War Boyish e WcAdoo Asks Assistance of Men and Women Who Made Success of Great Bond Campaign. A greater number Bj individuals than ever before known own Government honds as a result of your splen did work during the Third Liberty Sapolio doing its work. Scouring forU.S.Marine Corps recruits. ' so. LOUISVILLE BANK GOES ON HONOR ROLL The Liberty Insurance Dank, ol Louisville, has again shown Its patriotism and progressive spirit by goiii3 on the honor roll o the War Suviti;;a Stamp Limit Society. This Is done by lhn subscription of every member ol ib. hoard of direc tors to f l.UOti in Wat Savings Stamps, which is the limit In dividual and corporations are allowed to purchase of liaby llonds. The Wat Savings Committee has every hope that all banks ia Louisville will soon be on this honor roll. This step of the Liberty Insurance Bank sorvna to attract additional tO its other and varied efforts 10 serve the lov mnionl In the pros etit critical period. The bank now op crates a very complete department for Stampa and Thrift War Savings Slumps, and It Is a very busy department The bunk has seven directors, every one in whom has bought the limit ol S .mm of War Savings Stamps. 17.-- 1 GETS BROTHER TO RECRUIT From Canada Hid Not Seen Him in Twenty Years. "Why dmi't, you Join the army ami do your bit, friend?" said Sergt Barry Muck, on recruiting service for thej British recruiting mission to a man Mending idly on u corner In Minneapolis. "It.!.' pardon, but is your name Black ?" was the stranger's answer. "Y. I It Is, hut you are u stranger to me. retorted the sergeant. "I may be u stranger, hut I am also your brother." was the reply. After the first Interchange of cxperl-Mgone through in the last twenty years of separation the brothers stalk ed into the recruiting headquarters and the civilian brother made application for enlistment and was accepted. Agent This photograph extraordinary shows bow grevlously Helms has been haltered by the lutest enemy bombardments. Korcvlsse street shown here is cluttered with ruins, and along its entire length there Is nut a house left standing uninjured. Here's the Dope. One of the men employed in the rope walk at the ( 'harlestown nuvy yard has written the following lines, mid a copy of them has been posted near the rope plant, where it is attracting much afteutiou from sailors and civilians: We make the rope That Ifcnjl the bell That sounds the km II That scuds the Kaiser Hack to Hell. Csrp, Not s Submarine. West side residents at Union City, Mich., were terrified recently by a report that a UeruiHU submarlue had been sighted lu the St. Joseph liver, t'lty, Mich. The first farmer at 'a to reucb the river, armed with a shotgun, fouud a Herman carp lustead. Us clubbed the Ush to death with the butt of his kuu uud dragged it bonis. It weighed 30 pounds. I Loan campaign. The number of the stockholders in tho Government sdinuld he still further increased through the sale of War Sav-ings Stamps, and the teaching of thrift and economy and the necessity for conserving labor and material should be oontlnoono, Friday, June 2X. has been designated as National Wur Savings Hay, when n special etiort will bo made throughout the nation to secure piodgi s from every American to save and economize and to purchase War Savings Btamoa. I earnestly dei ire that Liberty Loan workers shall render all assistance possible to War Savings committees in this campaign. The" mure thorougniy the necessity fur individual saving and economy is brought home to the people of the nation, the easier will be our work in lutifre Liberty IJond issues, the more quickly and adequately can the army aud navy be equipped and the more certain will be the future welfare and prosperity of our people. in May I beg you to do your power to enlist every Amerlcun as a patriotic War Saver and owner of War Saving Stamps? (Signed) W. O. McAHOO. very-thing Join Now! APPLY AT ENOCH Men who wear this emblem ANY MORGAN'S SONS CO. POST OFFICE U.S. MARINES for Service under this emblem INDIANA BOY NOW A are Maida Hill. It Is now more tin n a century slticr. an Knglish army tonght in Italy, and won the battle ol Maida over lie; Napolttm had vowed to coi-qiFrench. Sicily, and for that purpose tho French pushed on lulu Calabria, and began to make exten.-iv- e preparation. Hut the F.ngli.sh forces t'ir the defense of Sicily prepared to deal u blow A force of 5,000 on the iniiiidauil. men landed In the buy of St. Kmphe- niia, nnd the battalion of (he French fell before the bayonets of the lirlt-IsNapoleon's hopes were shattered " at a stroke. But the from Killiorn traveling into London, by way of the Fdgwnrd ronil, never suspects us he pusses by Mnlda Hill and MnMi Vale, the origin of the name. Cbrlstlun Science Monitor. I n-r "dnlly-breader- HERO United States Ambulance Driver Takes Foe at Point of Monkey Wrench. I'ni ls. June 1". BamueJ O. Duval of Rensselaer, Jasper county. Indiana, Is the first ambulance driver to take Herman prisoner. Duval's car broke down north of Chateau Thierry. While he was tinkering with It he saw a Herman, who laid been biding, running across a field. Duval, who was nnainieil. rushed forward and leveled bis monkey wrench nt the Boche, culling upon bjm to surup his render. The Herman thre hands and Duval took his rifle away from blm iiml turned him over to the Tbe hardy Amerlcun amJ' doughboys. balance man got his just r JESSAMINE COUNTY HAS GOTTEN BUSY State headquarters bus received the following report from Jessamins county : BRITISH OFFER GRATUITIES Men Promoted From Ranks to Re- ceive Grant of $250. Important concessions to oliicers and BSSB who receive temporary commissions aie announced In a new British army order. Men promoted from the ranks will receive a grant of S50 for the provision of kit and uniform, and those who sign an undertaking to serve at least two yours ufter the teruiluutlou of hostilities will receive a further outfit allowance of yr37. If no officer ceaaes to serve wltbln that period the allowance of ...'!' shall bo deducted from the gratuity or retired pay due to hiio, bnt If be should die before the end of tho war the amount will bo credited to his estate. iioniom-mlsslone- nun no pom p "Chairman T. Q, Wilds has been busy perfecting the county organization for the sale of War Savings Slumps. Already a goodly number ol stamps bave been placed, and Jess mine county will agaiu show her true colors in aid of our Government and there Is every reason to believe her quota will be more than bought up. lln Is an opportunity tor the peoplo to save and the harvest of its good will come on the maturity of tho stamps in a little less than four and years. Hvery $tt:f. 40 put iu the June stumps matures to II an, every 834 matures to fl,000. Your sowing of the seed uow means the reaping of the harvest then. Jessamine county's quota is l.'tiz.uou, and we believe there Is not u loyal cltlsen In this community who will not help put It osor the top in ibis drive." one-hal- Legal Anatomy. I followed with Interest from time to time the innocent errors of the little blue-eyehelpmute of the ofHce. I doultt not thut, without ber help, greater mistakes in typing would be made; not in spelling or grammar, perhaps, but such us these : "Deiir, Sir you5s of the 1st recelved audin re(ly will suy," etc. lie that as It may, I have one here which I think worthy of a paper. I dictated as follows : "Such a proposition, couched as It Is io terms to mislead the Jury, Is not a true statemeut of tbe law, Is untenable and la certain to mean defeat to the ends of justice." My stenographer evidently thougalt tliet our courts use a defeated litigant much aa father does an unfavorable suitor for daughter's ha ml, for she d When the Laugh Is on You. I'eople ure not very much Inclined to luugh ut the girl who is always reudy to Join in the luugh ugulust herself. It Is tbe one who assumes uira of tremendous superiority, and seeuia to feel herself lufullible, who needs to be airaid of making u slip. Even If people laugh at the girl who laughs at herself, there Is always a teudcrm-sIn It, a kindliness that takes out all tbe sting. Learn to enjoy a Joke on yourself. Exchange. s BRITISH BOMB BASES Eighteen Tons of Explosives Dropped on Zeebrugge, Ostend and the Bruges Canal. wrote : "Such a proposition, couched aa It la In terms to mislead tbe Jury, Is not a true statemeut f tbe law-- la untenable anil la certain to meet tbe feet In tbo bands of tbe Justice." West's Docket. TRY A NEWS WANT AD TODAY London. June 15. Eighteen tons of explosives were dropped on eebragge, (Mend anil the Bruges ennui docks by British airmen on the tenth and twelfth of Juue. the admiralty anSpoiled the Good Thing. One Herman muchine was nounced. Bobby bud a bad bublt of waking up shot down. Hits were registered and In tbe middle of tbe ulgbt aud crying tires were observed to break out. dismally until one of his pareuta would walk hlw to sleep again. One night Liner Runs Aground. Bobble began to cry and his mother St. Johns, N. F lune 16 The said to ber busbaud : "leur, you'd line steamship Ascuula run ashore butter wulk tbe baby." Father grumbled and buby howled and finally near ltose Bbtuche off the southwest There were spoke up sobblugly : "Yes, dear ; I fink coast of Newfoundland, you had better walk the baby." After nine passengers aboard aud ull wave this bis habit was no longer Indulged. taken off safely with the crew Co-nu- rd SUBSCKIHK FOR TUE NEWS rT Breckenridge News. WKDNF.SDAY, JUNE Intered at the 26, 101 Announcement. BALOPT Eyeglasses and Spectacles IN hese times when the supplying of uoods involves unprecedented difficulties, it is highly important that you have you glasses made where you (jet the service and closest attention. There are sevbest eral reasons why HALT, Pout Oflllre stOloTerpor t. Ky as second class matter. FOR FOREIGN For Appellate Judge. are atithnriie! to announce the nam' of J. W Henaao an a candidate tor the Il m ocratic rumiinat mi for Appellate .In lp- - i m Oi-.HM Srroicl u t. ti the prrTMf JT, Auifuic, We 1 litis 'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ' ADVERTISING BY THE We are authorised to announce Judge W. K. Settle as a candidatefor for Judge of the Coart of Appeals frqjn the Sec ond District, ushject to the August, 1U1H, .wTiimfy. ,I ADVERTISEMENTS RATE-- lc OFNFRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IATES F0 IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Per Word Each Insertion You! Will you greet the Fourth of July with a happy consciousness of a gooa deed well done ) For For Por For For For Precinct and city Office! County Officea State and Diatrict Officea Calls, per Carda, per line AM I 8.50 $ B.00 $ 16.00 10 10 Not Advertisers pleat' notify the t'dl when yon want tdTcrtlaenicnt dUrontlnu WANTED WANTFO-- A second hiwd hand saw. XtJ Inch hnnd wtia el In MOd order. I, C. Mat- Pnblicationa in tbe inter-ea- t of individnala or expression of Individual views per line tingly, Stepha-nNport- Ky. 10 should make your (lasses, but the principal one is the best you get are the only safe kind to wear. FOR SALE Hi little; ili A LB. s M llrst-i'las- Train Schedule on Hrerklnrldge-Han- or arch Typewriter used very rondltlon; can be seen al (if Cloverport, The L, H. & St. L. R'y. KOR SALE QUICK-M- IT Maxwell Tonrldg Cur: Just repainted 5 m h,i Mm silk mohair "Alk Any Oculist" top: flHrtforO sic rs absorbers ; new storage batteries, Rud leMUtul.MO eelles, donor in drfi. Bawtalo If taken at oDoa. Lebnao Mfg. Company. Effective February No. 142 10, 1918. 9:20 A. M. I0:1. A. M. 12.' 1 M. 5:0K P. M. P. JJ- TM P. M. 5:1s A. M. IHW A. M i M A. M. 4:00 I. M. M. 5:00 6:20 P. M. Canncltorl. Ind. EAST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Irving-toArriving; Louisville No. 144 will leave Clovcrport Arriving Irvington Arriving Louisville No. 140 will leave Clover uort Arriving Irvington Arriving Louisville No. 148 leaves Henderson Arrtvfs Owensboro Arrives Shops No. 141 FOB SALE A line llolsteln ml. eh cow and calf Owen Maysey, Addition. Ky. The Ball Optical Go. DOIT, lljj i Mil FOR SALE One ton Maxwell Truck Brand new body; good tire; periect run-- t condition. Kntirc outfit good ax new A bargain if taken at once. Lehman Mfg Company. Cattticltnn, Ind. located. on .Ino. C tr. IFOR MAUI O. June 28th has been set as National 'v'ar Savings Day. Your country expects you on that day to pledge every penny you can, up to $ ,000, toward the purchase o r War Sa vings Stamps. The price of American citizenship is no longer cheap. A new hour has struck. The crash of wai has ground all semblance of cheapness out of being an American. We must pay the price now. 1 y a- - in .I in 613 Fourth Ave. Splendid dwelling. Cell trail I For prtee nnil terns write or call Hahbaiie. Cloverport, Ky. 11117 ; On June 28th, Your Country Asks You to Balance Your Patriotic Cash Account Every penny you withhold, that you are able to lend, extends aid and comfort to the enemy. No legal summons will compel payment. You are called to payment by the higher, more chivalric summons to volunteer your pledge to purchase this year every dollar's worth of War Savings Stamps you can. d e 16 l. Louisville, Kentucky FOB SALE-- A D.W.Henry, Auctioneer, will be at Arriving Evansvllle Monday. Julynh, Circuit day. to Mr. and Mrs. Will Butcher, Lewis-por- t, Arriving Bt. Louis 'M V. M. sell live stork. See (ieo. E. Bess. Ilardlns-burB:40 P. M. were here Sunday to spend the Trust Company. No. 143 will leave Cloverport 7:05 P. M. Arriving Hawesville Mrs. Butcher's parents, 8:07 P. M. day with Arriving Owensboro Wanted Miscellaneous 11 37 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison. No. 145 will leave Cloverport 12:47 A. M. Arriving Owensboro Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Odewalt spent WANTED You to make extra money by A. M. 1:40 Arriving Henderson room or 2:07 A. M. several Arriving Evansvllle days last week at Prospect, renting that spare Want Ad. Inyour recant THE HUE house bv running a 7:59 A.M. Arriving Bt. Louis .NEWS. 7:00 A. M. Ky., with Mr. Odewalt's sister, Mrs. CKENKIDCE No. 147 will leave Bhopa 8:111 A. M. ArrlvlngOwensboro D. G. Skaggs and Dr. Skaggs. 9:25 A. M. Arriving Henderson S. H. Haynes, Hardinslmrg, went to Lodiburg Saturday to return with Mrs. Haynes who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Mrs. W. H. Hall. Richland, Ind., Located permanently in Hardinsbi'rg, arrived Saturday for a visit to her occupying office recently vacated by son. Mr. C. H. Hall and Mrs. Hall Dr. Walker. v.. at their home in the East End. v4 i y Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flood, Hardinslmrg, Route a, came in Monday evening to attend the play "Kathleen" V. G. Babbage Notary Public. given by the St. Rose Catholic School Mrs. Chas Lyons, McQuady, was Mrs. W. J. Worden has as her Insurance Office the guest of friends in Irvington, house guests for several weeks, her Saturday. mother, Mrs. Moravia Sullivan and Mrs. Harry Hanunan was in Haw- neice, Miss Dorothy Ewing, of Salem, esville Thursday, the guest of Mrs. Ind. H. J. Rice. The Junior Epworth League will TorMrs. Geo. Christ and Mrs. S. R. have an Meeting SunBerry, Sr., were in Louisville Mon- day and they are requested to meet day, shopping. at the Methodist church at 4:45 Mrs. Hills has a full line of everyLife, o'clock. thing that women and children wear Mrs. John Frakes and children garments. in ready-mad- e have gone to visit her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Jenkins, John Mattingly, of near Payneville were guests of Mr. and before returning to their home in Reliable Companies Mrs. Frank Ferry, Friday. Elkhart. LB. Rev. J. E. Meng, Mr. and Mrs. C. Albert Morrison, Louisville, spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. Joe E. Harlow and son, Shell Harlow, Morrison and Mrs. Morrison. and Mr. 'j. E. Matthews, all of Glen Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson and lit- Dean, composed a motoring party to night as guests at a party given in honor of Frank and W. M. Waltz tle daughter returned Monday from a Louisville, Saturday. Mr. Clint Murray, Rockport, Ind. who leave Wednesday for Camp visit to relatives in Louisville. Taylor. Lonnie Keith, Elizabethtown, spent spent Saturday in this city on busiMrs. Shelby Conrad and daughter, Tuesday evening with his uncle, J. ness and in the evening he was the guest of, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fisher Klla Watkins Conrad, returned TuesProctor Keith and Mrs. Keith. day from a visit to Mrs. John Miss Mary for six o'clock dinner. Mrs. Joe Gedding and and Dr. Kincheloe in Mrs. Hardin Kinder and children. Kinder were guests of Mrs. Arthur also Mr. and Mrs. Wick Owensboro, Friday. David Kinder, Lucile, Forest and Warren in Mrs. Raymond Marshall, of West leave this 'week to visit Mrs. Kin-de- r' De Haven, in Fordsville. Mrs J. C. Nolte was in Louisville parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Point, went to Fordsville Saturday last week for a short visit to her sisBishop, Kessinger, Ky. for a visit to Mrs. J. H. Harder. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamman were Rev. J. T. Rushing held a cottage ter, Mrs. Wm. Tate and Mr. Tate, Harrods Creek prayer meeting Sunday afternoon at returning home Friday with her dauand in Louisville with relatives. the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. ghter. Miss Eloise Nolte, who will spending the week-en- d O. Smith and Robert Smith, Oglesby for Mrs. Oglesby's invalid spend her vacation here. R. Mr. and Mrs. Golan Wethington, Friday sister, Mrs. Carrie Chick. Sample, were in Cloverport called an The Breckenridge News Misses Britinia and Juneta Solbrig Cannelton. left Sunday for a visit to and office. and C. 1. Solbrig, of Dester, Ind., Mrs. John Mattingly in BrandenMiss Elizabeth Babbage, of Louiswere here from Thursday until Mon- burg and they will visit other relaSaturday evening for a day visiting their uncle, Mr. Henry tives in Fayneville before returning ville, arrived home. two weeks visit with Miss Claudia Solbrig and Mrs. Solbrig. Mrs. Steve Wilson and children, Mrs. Kdward Bowne gave a lawn Pate. P.M. g WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson 10:57 12:09 11:58 1:23 A. M. P.M. o1czioir5c1forciocr3 Call W. C. Just right new LIVE rondltlon. Moorman. Ilardlnsinirg Ky, STOCK SALE In perfect model Ford Touring :o P. M. It ma wss. Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST National War Savings Oommittoa m to Mit-riilM Mo. rouM losed ioon" ting .age was hich -- SAVE "VHEAT coiosr EXT oi jm J. C. Nolte & Bro., Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. R. S. Pate and granddaughtt r, Miss Beulah Pate went to the country Sunday for a visit to her sod, Luther ed a. . d L. C. TAUL I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning nado and Windstorm, Accident, Health Pate and farrily. Mrs. lohn Ferry, Cnthiana will return to her home this week after a visit to her daughter, Mrs Chas Loyd and Mr. Loyd. Out-of-Do- Insurance. o, The entertainmant given in Oelze's Hall Friday night lor the organ fund of the Lucile Memorial church was quite a success both socially aDl financially. It was like a home coming and every body was glad to be there Thanks for the liberal patronage Mr. aLtl Mrs. J H McKinney and Miss Cissel Simons, Tobinsport attended the social Friday night. , Summer Clothing for Men! Fashion has decreed that during war times, men's clothing shall he as simple as possihle. The material fcrmerly used for decorative purposes is now considand consequently it has heen ered a eliminated; hence the plainer a man is dressed, the more patriotism he displays. non-essential 11 THVRSDJ OKI MJLAL Attractive Summer SuitS Styles are new and Panama Hats Bancroft Wash T,eS WHEA3XESS vo no UA& aucaxu. lASm UM HULAMXArr Uxr.'S ODMTMMllwft 35ct()50c ' PilOSniX Sll-itS Wii at patriotic; pricis range from $450 Straw "Jimmies" 4 Roff 'The farmers of this vicinity are about through letting tobacco. Rev. Kobert Williams delivered an excellent sermon at Cave Spring Saturday night a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Henninger en. tartained to dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Tucker and Mn. Belle Henninger in honor of Mrs. C. B. birthday. Henmnger't twenty-secon- d Mm Mary Butler was the guest of Miss Lillie Brown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cretcbeloe went to Louisville Saturday to see their son, ltaymond who is at Camp Taylor. Mrs. K. M. Basham and children were the guests of her mother, Mn. Belle Henninger last week. Mis Gertrude Butler and Ivan Spencer attended Sunday school at Kin-chel- 50 55c to $6 Underwear 50c . Shoes $4 to $8 $22.50 $1.50 to Bring your chickens our produce dept. returned Mrs. John Weisenberg last Tuesday from Louisville after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Lee Yeager and Mr. Yeager. Norman, Hardinslmrg, Rev. J. was here Monday the guest of Rev. J. S. Henry and to attend the St. Rose school play. Mr. and Mrs. R. Anthony and daughter, Mrs. L. B. Gray, Kirk, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony's son, Albert Anthony, in Irvington for the week-enMr. and Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer and daughters, Misses Jane and Mayme Bannon Sawyer, spent Sunday in Louisville with relatives. party Thursday afternoon in Did you know that mora watches have been old during the period of war than any other one article? And soma day evary one uF these watches will have to be rapalr. d perhapa right soon If you own a now or old watch that needs repairing aae Thos. Ode wait Railroad Witch lisjictir Clmrpirt, Ij. Mall Cretan Receive Preatet Attention. of her first daughter. Miss Artelia Bowne. The guests included the little friends of the honoree. Misses Ress and Bess Hendrick, of Hardinslmrg, who are visiting in Lewisport, motored here Sunday afternoon with the Messrs. Landrum of Lewisport and Hawesville. Miss Claudia Pate spent a few days last week in Waterloo, 111., visiting Mrs. M. Meyers during the short furlough of Mrs. Meyers' son, Priv. Milton Meyers, of the U. S. N. Misses Francis, K a and Lena Waltz and their brothers, Victor, Frank and Win. Waltz, of Hawesville were the guests of Misses May and Celestine Brown, Sunday evening. F'riday and Saturday Mrs. Kthct Hills will put on a special sale of Misses and children's White dresses, for less money than the materials cost. Come in and see , her line. Miss Mary Clark, daughter of Dr. F. S. Clark and Mrs. Clark, has accepted the position in J. C. Nolte & Bro's. store, which was vacated by lira. Earl Summer, formerly Miss Grace Pauley. Misses May, Celestine and Dessie Brown were in Hawesville Tuesday i ready-to-wea- honor Kobert, James B. and Marion Gladys Wilson with Mrs. John Frakes and four children, Flla, Ambrose, Eva-lin- e and Vista M. Frakes, of Elkhart. 111., were guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Mike Flood last Tuesday night and on Thursday they were guests of Mr. Salem Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Golan VVethinngton, CanMrs. Kdna Henning went to Camp , nelton. Taylor Saturday to see her husband, Mr. Ambrose Henning. Owen Frank and mother motored to HILL ITEMS Hardinsburg Saturday afternoon. Mrs F. M. Mattingly was the guest We wish to correct an item in last of her parents Saturday and Sunday. week's issue of the News, Mr. Joe Miss Edna Henninger left Sunday Allen's fingers were not severed a for Bowling Green where she will enter stated but four of them cut so as to school preparatory to teaching this cause great pain and prevent him from fall. work several days. Miss Albertia Drlskell spent the Mrs. Charlie Morton has returned week end in Louisville. from the country where she visited the Mr. and Mn. E. C. Williams re home of Mr. and Mrs. Dud Morton. ceiyed a message from their son Miss Ruth Wood went to Addison to Newton stating that he had landed aae her aunt, Mrs. John Fella before safe "over there" returning to her home in Jeffersonville, Mr, and Mrs. B. F. (ialloway spent Ind. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mr. Marion Weatberholt who was Butler Sr. sick last week is able to be out agalu. The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mrs. James Buck by and son, James, Butler May 49, and lett a girl, Monna spent Wednesday In Hardlnaburg the Edith. guests, of her sister, Mrs Vera larboe. Charlie Smiley visited his titter, lues Taberllng who baa been on tbe Mrt. C. B, Henninger Tuesday before leaving for Camp Monday. sick list for two week's la improving. Attention! We are offering at cost and helow cost a few of our ladies' hats which have been left on hand. Ladies, now is the time hat to get your for almost nothing. mid-summ- Shoes .Mayer Army Shoes. They make shoes for I'nrle Sam's army. Men's tan, cream and Hack shoes ta 10 to 6.as Men's Chocolate Kesisto veal Army Ulucher, Soft Tip, Knglish last t- J er Stone Ware We carry good quality of Stone Ware in churns and all sizes of crocks. a sics, Women's Shoes Oxlipnls in small tl 50 Women's and children's lnli white shoes and oxfords. Women's work shoes for solid comfort tl jO 1 40 and 5 5" We sell shoes all over the county Mail order Mason's Fruit Jars Ice Cream Every Saturday and Soft Drinks Every Da) receive prompt attention We buy all kinds of produce; pay cash or trade R. W. JONES Glen Dean, Ky. V J m 7T ''VbwX MflF "fli lt fcaanmi" ...". " ' ,., " 9 I "") I L01l LlVfi I I I I IP w y jf V Iv I A M " ' i '. - OTi yi - It Bel i M S lMff Ilf " Cf at ! By I MARY ROBERTS RINEHART Au Hicht f.j ,. I 85RSl&r,B5r.SM iumttW CHAPTER XIII. L G h F '?4 jTM' fifflr LXXrroraUV ) CTlfiv or a lonf of bread. Nor wim that the end. For three days a ort of magic reigned In IVpy's kitchen. Ten po"t- to peel, two ends H Btfcad out, as It were, on their ow n feet. A tin pun with a MS In It left the kitchen tnbtl and wa discovered hiding In Hobby' bureau, when the rauleln put away ,,I'U'' "'''''"ha he The governc R id nothing she told him. and was at hi lesson. But n he was always protestiai; atuuit some-idn- I a? 3 : l r.,.:: (V t '" V 'JJJHkeHBB '"Sk23)H r i,'"w II U Uf" "' mWSr a MbW O The Gate of the Moon. A curious friendship bad sprung up between old Adalbert and Bobby Thorpe. In off hours, after school, tbs buy huni; about the ti.k.r's booth, swept mm to ii wonderful clean linos and adorned Within with pictures cut from the lllnstrated piper. Ontwnrdly Adalbert was peaceful. The danxhter now n ired his pension in full, and wrote comforting letters, lit Hut hi resentment and hiilerjics the Ins of his position at the opera contlntu d, even grew. For while he had now even B greater wane, an l rouhl eat three ineals, ba aides second breakfast nnd iifternoon coffee, down diep in Ills heart old Adelhert felt that he had lost casta. Ilo The opera that was a aettinc! had been, then, of (ha elect. And now, To SSlUnX to what hud he fatten tickets for un Ameriean Oltchpenny acheme, patronized by butchers, by housemaids, by the common people a noisy, uproarious erowd. that nevertheless counted their chance with suspicious eyes, and brought lunches In paper boxes, which they scattered t 1 rr fY'-S'uui 6l rt i elthou? '"i" i"" quest'lon." and Vs . paid i lirthday was not far off, asked for tltS dollar to grow on" In advance, Hi' always received a dollar for each which went into the bank, and a dollar to grow on, which was his own to spend. With tl:. dollar he made a number of purchases candle mid candlestick, toy pistol and caps, our of the niask for the carnival, ""vv displayed 1,1 all II"' Windows, a kitchen knife, wooden plates, and a pttct of biicon. Now and then he appea: "d nt tho i tannic railway, abstracted and viewing With a calculating eye the fill Htlhlngl Sf the engine room and workshop. Prom there disappeared a broken chair, a piece of old carpet, discarded from a car. and a large padlock, but the Utter ha asked for and obtained. Hie occasional visits to thy, railway, boweTSI, found him in old Adelbert's Bback, He tilled his pi ckets with charcoal from the puil beside the stove, and ma le cautious inquiries as to But the methods of cooking potatoes. pall of old Adelbert's gloom penetrated at Inst even through the boy's abstraction. "I hope your daughter Is not worse." he said politely, during one of his visits to the ticket booth. "She Is well. She recovers strength rapidly. " And the new unlforui does it fit you?" "I do not know," said old Adelhert grimly. "I have not seen It recently." "On the day of the procession we are SB eolnir to watch for yen. I'll tell you ...ere u will he, so you can look for us." "There will be no procession." Then to the boy old Adelhert poured out the him ri.i'ss of his soul. He wher.. he had torn down the king's picture, and replaced it with one l n dylBg stag, lie r viewed Ids days in the hospital, and the hardships throvgh which he bad passed, to come to this. The king had loigotteu bis brave men. Dnring the rest of the day Bobby considered. No ISaS a matter than the shoring of a certain secret occupied his a id. Now, half the pleasure of a secret is sharing it. naturally, but i should inwith the right person. And his o'd playfellow' was changed. Bobby, reflecting, wondered whether old Adelhert wotiid really care to Join pirate crew, consisting of Tucker and himself. Ou the next day, how-V- I r. he put the matter to the test, having resolved that old Adeiberl needed distraction and cheering. Voii know, he said, talking through the window of the booth, "I think When I grow up I'll be a pirate." There be worse trades," said old Adelhert. whose hand was now against every man. "And hide treasure," Bobby weut on. "In a in a cave, you know." Bobby edged Closer to the window. "I've got tha cave already." "So !" "Here, in the park. It Is a great 11 hi-- Emi-ITZ WP' his ft fcY Wi4' '" '( t XXr&b Sfflh r iTA.. . Jlii' S iH . ' lu-".- J-- i X'Jf 7 ''J-l ' 7. JPWTMrYl j k -..-- 4 V 7 v jHLJB, L. 1MB Ou "Xi C T JPfyyf yjj M ' Ht J ifrl'l v.'v' gi . ;j J ""s r)!! Tr i'i JJJ S. wjJ? - ' v1' (jgplir '. : ( ,' - U7 Jtl AJt ,,xi Tki. . t. H-- f "There It Isl" Cried Bobby. though the hiuges'had been recently oiled; as Indeed they hud, but not by the boy. "It's ralher dirty," he explained. "You go down steps first. Be very careful." He extended an earthy hand and led the old BUM down. "It's dark here, but there s a room below; quite a good mom. And I have candles." Truly, a room. Built of old brick, and dump, but with u free circulation of air. Old Adelhert stared about him. It was not entirely dark. A bit of light entered from the aperture at the head of the sr. lis. By it, even before "blase When Has the Sound of Hio Soldiers Marching Disturbed the King?" Imh-I- . B painful business over which Mettlich and the council had pondered long. For, In the state of things, It was doomed unwise to per-many gathering of the populace en l.isse. .Mobs lead to riot, and riota FITS thousand armed Bghla to moba, men, veterans, but many of them in their prime, were In themselves a daagafi And on these days of annl-aryjt hud been the custom of the university to march also, a guard of honor. Sedition wus rife among the students. The order was finally issued. did Adelbart was ill that night. He Ills body laaasd about In a fever. ached, even the leg which So long ago beefl il i i about. There was, however, a consolation. He had ordered a new uniform. Not for twenty years hud ho ventured the extravagance, and even now his cautious soul quailed at the price. For the last half dozen years he had Stumped throngh the streets, painfully nware of shaM.iness, of a shiny hack, of patches, when, on the anniversary ol 44 great battle to which he had (4 a lagi the veterans marched P ople. on this BDDroachina nnnivcr- Sa could L'o peacefully, nay, even (sadly, The uniform was of the best Toth. and on its second Otting showed Brandy Its marvel of tailoring. On un evening a week before the parade- would occur, he got out his boots. Be hourht always largo boots i!right not snsch with straight sol' different from the left In shape. Thus he managed thriftily to wear, Ofl his one loj. Bret one of the pair, then llie other. But they were both worn now, ami because of tin- cost of the now uniform, ha could not buy others. Armed with the better of the two he visited the cobbler's BbOpi and there met with bitter news. "A patch h. re. sad 11 Hew heel, comrade,- ha said. "With that and a polishing, It will do well enough for sssiildm " The saw group was in the shop, . mostly young men, a scattering of Thu advocates of Strang' doctrines, most of them, old Adeiberl disapproM d of them, regarded them with a sort p& contempt. Now he fill that they smiled behind his hack. It was. his clothing, be felt. He ahraggad Um shonhlari disdainfully. He no longer felt ashamed before them. Already, ulthough the tailor still pressed its .seams nnd marked UpOQ It , with chalk, he was Clad In the dignity of the uew uniform. He turned and nodded to them. "A flue' evening," he said. "if this Weather holds, we will have a good day for the marching." lie squinted a faded eye at the sky Outside. "What niarchlngT" Old Adi inert tinned on the speaker sharp:.. "Probably you have forgotten," he said scornfully, "hut in a week comes n anniversary there are many iii remember, who The day of a great battle, Perhaps." ho added, "if you do i,..t know of what I apeak, then; are some in re who will i you." "It Is the way of the old to live in the Bast," a student said. Tho'i, imitating old Adalbert's majestic tone: "We, we live in the future. Kb, T" lie turned to tin- - old soldier: "Von lane not seen the bulletins?" "Bulletins r" "There will be no marching, my friend. The uniform now that Is u Blty. Perhaps the tailor " Ills eyes mocked. "No marchlugT" "An order of the council. It seems that the eit is bated kj thaaa ancient reminders, it Is for peace, und would forget wars. And processions ure coat-ls We grow- thrifty. Bunds and coal money, sad money, my hem, is scarce very scarce. N Again the group luughed. After a time ha grasped the truth. There was su.-- an order. The cause was given as the king's illness, "BSCS when," demanded old Adel-bcangrily, "has the sound of his aoldlers' marching disturbed the king?" "The sound of wooden legs auuoys him, observed the mocking student, iig'itlng a cigarette. "Ha would hear only pleasant sounds, such as the uolss of tax money pouring Into his vaults. -- 1 . un think of a pleaaauter: the of the cathedral bell, at s cer-wlli be music to my ears.'" a stood, staring ahead. went out Into the street. They Minnie us before tbs id quickly. yyqucll bJliL Indeed. i gray-headst.-lcoin-Hady. rt Bobby had lighted his candle, he suw on lines of cheering bid notdersd la its shallow grave on a battlefield. For these tilings happen. By morning he was better, but he was a different man. ilis eyes glowed. His body twiti lad. He was stronger, too, for now ln broke Ids sword across his knee, and Bung the pieces out of the do Ami witii them went the last of his old loyalty to his king. id Adelbart was now, potentially, u . nn.-ii- 117, Mm -- lull G! Age! IKIBk On the morning after art dinar! had turned hlfl Pack ... his king, Bobby Thorpe rose early, so early, indeed, ili.it 'even I'epy still slept in her nur-- i bed, BDd tile milk sellers hud not tdrted on their rounds. The early iu( was a mistake, owing to u watch i bleb bad strangely galnnd an hour. Somewhat disconsolately, he vui- r. Heavy quiet reigned. i... I rota a Window lie watched the meat si ller hang out a freshly killed deer, just brought from the mountains. He Ira and out oa the street, went di j the Diees Of tha concierge, who was crabblBg tha stairs. Tin going for a walk," he told her. "II tiny send I'epy down you might tell her I'll be buck for breakfast." He stood for a time surveying the deer, Than he decided to go hunting himself, The meat seller obligingly gave him the bundle of u Hour brush, Bad Willi this improvised gun Bobby went deer stalking. Bis dog trotted ut ins heel- -. AfOMd the old city gate, still standing although the wall of which it had been a part was gone, there was ex- CeilSMl hunting. Here lliey killed and iklnned a hear, took line ivory tusks froBI a dead elephant, and searched for tha trail of a tiger. The gate was un excellent place for a tiger. Around it wus planted an al- most Impenetrable screen of ever- gneus, so thick that the ground beneath was quite bare of gross. Here tha two hunters crawled on sioniuchs ;hat began to feel a tritle empty, and ban they happened on the trail. Tucker found It first, ills stumpy tall grew rigid. Nose to the ground, Incrawled end wriggled through the Undergrowth, Bobby at Ids heels. And now Bobby saw the trail, footprints. h Is true that they resembled those of heavy boots Willi uails. But on the other blind, no one could suy surely that the nail marks were not those of I . is-- j had brought. Old Adelhert felt curiously shaken. "Niiue have visited this place slueo you have been here'" he asked. "I don't suppose any one kuevvs about It. Ixi you?" "Those who built it, perhaps. But It Is old, very old. It is possible " He slopped, lost in speculation. There had been a story once of a passageway under the wall, but he g recollected nothing clearly. A leading out beyond the wail, through which, in a gnat siege, a BMsaaagjsr hud baea seat tor saint But thai was a passage; while this was B dungeon. The candle was ut last lighted. It burned fitfully, Illuminating only a tiny zone in the il.irkiie.-.- s. "1 need a lantern." Bobby observed. "There's u draft here. It conn s from the other grating. Some time, when von have time, I'd like to see what's beyond It. I was kind of nervous about going alone." It wa- - the old passage, then, of course. Old Adelhert stared as Bobby took the candle and held it toward a second grated door, like the first, but pa.--a- the broken chair, the piece of old cars pet, and the odds and ends the child taller. d secret." "A CaVS here in the park?" "I'll takS you, if you'd like to see It." (n Adalbert was puzzled. The park offt n d. so far us he knew, no place for B CBVe, It wus a plain, the site of the old wall, und now planted in grass uud flowers. He himself had seen it graded and sown. A cave I "Where?" "That's a secret. But I'll show it to you. If you won't tell." Old Adelhert agreed to silence. Until midday, when the rullwuy opened for business, the old soldier was free. So the next morning, due precautions hnviug been taken, the Three, two ConaplfRtdn set off. rather, for Tucker, too, wus now of the band of tha black lag, Ontsias Uu thicket Bobby h.situted. "1 .u:ulit to .'iliielfold you," he said. g.te. s you'll need your eyes. "Bui It's a hard place h) get to." . perhaps, bad be kaawi the iiniicui-tlb- a al", id, old Adalbert would not luive gone on. And, had he turned bach then, the history of u certain king. .'..in of Furope would have been changed. .Map.- -, too, and school books, and the life story of a small prime. But lie went ou. Stronger than his young guide, he did not crawl, but bent aside the stiff und ungainly branches af the Ira, He hauled with the thicket, and came out victorious. He was not so old. then, or so feeble. His arm would have heeu strong for ihe king, had not "There it is!" cried Bobby. Not a cave. It appeared at first. A low doorway, barred with an iron grating, and padlocked. A doorway In the base of a aide wall of the gate, and so heaped with leaves that Its lower half was covered. Bobby produced a key. "1 broke the padlock that was on It." he exphiiued. "I smashed It with a stone. But I got another. I always lock it." 1'rolonged search produced the key. Old Adelbert's face was set hard. Ou what dungeon bad this boy stumbled? It was strange. Bobby was removing the d with his hands. "It was almost all covered when I found It," ha said, In 1 leaf-mol- j A close WIBBllBBlllBI revealed to old Adelhert two things: First, that a; brick-linepassage, apparently in good repair, led beyond Ihe grating. Sec- PRODUCTION OF LIVE STOCK ond, that it had been recently put in order. No unused passage this, but Good Permanent Pastures, Leguminous one kept in order and repair. For Crops, Silo and Purebreds what' Are Essential. That evening Adelhert called to see his friend, the locksmith in the uni(From the United States Department of Agriculture.) versity place. He possessed, he said, Where live stock Is a factor on the a padlock of which he had lost the and I.e., and which, being fastened to a farm, make every field hog-tighave thoroughly good percliesl, he was unable to bring with him. sheep-tight- : grow leguminous A large and heavy padlock, perhaps manent pastures; crops ; build a silo ; and keep only purethe size of his palm. When he left, In- carried with him bred males. These five things are aba bundle of keys, tied in a brown solutely essential in the economical production of live stock. Of course, papas. But he did not back to his chest, this program cnlls for some labor and lie went instead to the thicket around expense, but the permanent condition the old gate, w hich w as si ill termed of prosperity in the sections devoted the "Hate of the Moon," and there, to live stock production is proof of the armed with a lantern, pursued his in- - good profit derived therefrom. vest igations during a portion of the ATTENTION GIVEN BABY BEEF night. When he had finished, old Adelhert, e patriot Industry Increasing in Importance on veteran of ninny wars, Account of the Scarcity of and newly turned traitor, held in his Feeder Cattle. .shaking hands the fate of the king- dona one-tim' Paris. Ouyon's a regular He hns been cited six times. lie wears d'hon-neuShe a crnlx do guerre nnd n mednllte did not sleep. He captured n German mitrailwas, with every fiber of her keen hrnln, summoning her arguments. She would leuse Slngtohanded. He went out alone No Man's Land to bring back a need them, for she knew none better In ajresyjp d comrade. He's been wounded how great a handicap was hers. She loved Karl, and he knew It. What himself four tine s. When he Is bnck of the lines, off bad been her strength had become her duty, he helps a Y. M. 0. A. secretary weakness. comYet she was composed enough when, hand out writing paper to his rades In a foyer du Soldot, Ruf It before the sun was well up, the maenough for him. Since chine drew up In the village before Isn't nctlve August. seem to need the Inn where Mettlich hud spent his to rest. 1914 he doesn'tIn the trenches When he Isn't uneasy hour. he works off his surplus energy rnss-In-s She had expected to go to the lodge, out the Way the war Is run but at nine o'clock that night Karl he Isn't In active service every eiinie to her, knocking nt the door of lu-room and entering without waiting minute. There are a lot of poilus like GuyOtti for permission. Get them ten kilomeiers back of the The room was small and cozy with front and they growl nnd roar all day. firelight. Her scarlet cloak. Hung over 1'llt them In the trenches and you sima chair, made a dash of brilliant color. ply can't hold then In. Two lighted candles ou a high curved Probably a story lies bnck of most chest, and them n plaster fig- of them just us one explains Gnyon. ure of the klother aud Child, a built In out Ooyon had When the bed witli white CWtalBS that was the just married.war broke his wife were He and room. living In a little town up near the border. Of course he was called nnd left for the front. For more than (Continued next week). a year be did not hear from his wife not a word. At hist he received a letter from her, mailed in Paris. FEEDING THE SUCKLING PIGS She Bad been taken prisoner nt the time of the Invaslnu and deported InShelled Corn Is Particularly Good to Germany. After a year d horrible When They Begin to Nose suffering and nbuse, she escaped Into Around for Food. Holland and irot buck to France by From the United States Department of way of London. At last she reached Agriculture.) Paris nnd went to work In a munitions' When the pigs are about three weeks factory, where she is still working. old, sometimes less, they will begin to Gnyon told his story to the Amerinose around for something to eat. If can Y. M. C. A. secretary with typical they are going to do as they should this French calmness. Ilis fury agnlnSt the something must he supplied. One of Boches he puts into action in the the best feeds nt this particular time front line. Is shelled corn. Tt should be In a in a pen where the pigs can go READY FOR A CHARGE to it and will not be bothered by any of the rest of the bogs. This can be arranged by a creep Just large enough to admit the pigs handily. Hon't forget that these little fellows grow quite rapidly and from time to time the creep must bo mnde larger. After the pigs are 1 or 5 weeks old, especially If they do not have good grass pasture, the addition of some shorts, tankage, or oil meal Is advisable. Nothing would be better, however, than skim r In which is milk. The kept corn nnd other feed should be maintained right nhuig tip until weaning time, and after that if the pig Is Intended for market purposes. PlgS to be used for breeding purposes may r be kept on a all the time with splendid results, but In some ca-they get too fat and logy and do not take the proper exercise. The most profitable pig is the one that never quits growing from farrowing time until he is driven over the scales. fire-eate- ne li !d hi hand, she a totterlnc would defy miuiittea of ten. Karl himself woil 'help her to escape. inluht Indeed tie her. It would not be for long. Without Karl's support the king's death would bring the terrorists Into control. They would have other things to do than to hunt her out. Tin Ir end would be gained without her." Let them steal the crown prince, then. Bet lledwig Unlit for her throne and lose It. Let the Street run deep with blood and all the pandemonium of hell break loose. But If Karl failed her. She clinched WHY GUYON Pcilu Is FIGHTS Regular This French Fire-Eate- r. Bride Taken Prisoner and Horribly Abused by Huns, Escapes to Tell Story. her teeth. The countes r. se I'.el-gln- n self-feed- er self-feede- self-feede- es These French grenndiers are preparing for a raid on the German lines. GAVE BLOOD FOR BROTHER Transfusion Saves in a Hospital in Chicago Man From Keokuk, Iowa. Fort Madison, la. N. J. Barer, manager of the Fort Madison Produce and Storage company, is home from the AttgQStana hospital In Chicago, where he gave up some of his blood In a transfusion operation in order that his brother, M. C. Bever of Keokuk, might live. The operation wns successful and it has been announced that the Keokuk man will live, although It may be necessary to furnish him with a little additional blood to aid his own. Other members of the family have agr I to furnish this If it is needed. Mr. Pever has been suffering for years With a bud case of anaemia. The local man decliures he feels no worse for his experience aside from a soreness in Ids left arm, from which member the transfusion wus made. -l "I 31a Men about. The trull more exciting. Bobby hud to crawl on hands and feet under an through thickets. Branches had been broken as by the patSSgS of some large body. lie Sportsman clutched his weapon mid weut on. An hour luter the two hunters Washing did for breakfast. something to restore the leuder to a Boras! appearuuee, but a wondering lainily discovered him covered with wounds and strangely silent. "Why, Bob, win ie haw you been'" in- smthsr damaaded, "Why, i never saw so many scratches !" "I'mbeen hunting," he replied bilelly. "They don't hurt, anyhow." I lien he rclupscd into absorbed His mother, puuing itsbib on his cereal, placed UU experienced baud on his forehead. "Are you sure you i eel well, dour'" she asked. "1 think your head is u Little hot." "I'm all right, mother." She was wisely silent, but she run over in her mind the spring treatment for children ut home. The blood, she felt, should be thinned after a winter of sausages and rich cocoa. Mic mentally searched her medicine case. A strange thing happened that day. A broken plats disappeared from the upper shelf of a closet, wiiere Pepy hud hidden it ; also a cup with a nick dustriously scraping. In. I tjlmjlaxli concealed , ul so Uie UguJ Tha door swans Uk. sUssiU, graW 1 - i law s. Tucker circled I The Countess I.oschek wus on her way across the border. The arrangements were not of her making. Her plan, Which had been to go afoot across the mountain to the town of and UMTS to hire a motor, hud been altered by the arrival at the With the growing scarcity of feeder cattle and the advance In value of industry farm lands, the baby-bee- f la of increasing Importance and Is receiving the attention of farmers in all live stock sections of the coon-try- . REASON FOR IT castle, shortly after the permission was given, of a machine. "The matter of passports for the border is arranged, uiuduine," Black Humbert told her. "I have my own passports," she said proudly. GOT They 84 LETTERS FROM HOME All Came at Once to a United States Soldier Now Serving in France. "They will not be necessary." "I will have tlds interview ut my destination alone, or not at all." He drew himself to his great height and regarded her with cold eyes. "As you wish," he suld. "But It Is prob-ablto remind BSSdama not that, whatever Is discussed at this ucc.-ssur- meeting, no word must he meutloued of the committee, or Its pluus." Although he made no threat, she bad shivered. No, there must be no word of the committee, or of the terror thut drove her tu Karl. For, If the worst happened, if he failed her, and she must do the thing they hud set ber to "It tells here, my dear, bow a prodo, Karl must never kouw. That card gressive New York woman makes her she must pluy alone. Everything hung on ths result of ber social calls by telcphoue." "Progressive: Huh! She's probvisit, if Karl persisted, if ha would American Sailors Thrifty. marry Uedwig in spits of ths trouble ably like ui not a decent thing to New York. American sailors last it would precipitate, then indeed she year deposited nearly u million dollars lost if, on the other baud, be In the branch bank maintained at tha 'to nance. If. bar. story of Try a NvWI Want Ad. Now eVMklya sa was inclined Nary Y. M. J. A. buUdlnc Dallas, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Woods received a letter from their son, Laird Woods, recently, and lu It he stated that he had Just received his first mull since arriving In France. The mail consisted of 84 letters and Young Woods together six packages. with several other Company L boys of this city, were left behind In a hospital In New York when the Oregon troops Bailed for France, and he sailed ou a later data but never caught up with the regiment. He was finally assigned to a company In the old Montana Natloual Guard and is serving with that regiment somewhere near the fighting front In France uow. Ji