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Pages No. 1 Condensed Statement of IN THE RACE FOR SEVERELY WOUNDED. Message Received Here That Muriel Morrison was Severely Wounded in France June 8. Enlisted May 1, 1917. For the first time since the opening of the war, a Cloverport boy's name appeared in the casualty list on June :JH as one of those severely y wounded l!ut previous to this, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison, of this city, received a message Wednesday eve asked ning iront tne war department in h forming them that their son. Muriei prison hrugged S Morrison, had been severely woun 8 and since then nothing ded June more has been heard future Morrison is a corporal and inllMSj'Inhli he May 1. IfflT,' being one of the Untuning to among the Cloverport boys to volun : tcer. He was first sent to Ft''1" and from there to Ft. Sils" s,""e l,Ut Texas where he was assigned to Bat-"'- ''' tery h. 1th Field Artillery. On Augsons, ust 7 he sailed for France. ' in The last letter from Corp. Morrison was written May II to his brother, Homer Morrison, of Sedalia. Mo. and he indicated in that that he would be home in a short while and closed it with saying "hope to sec you soon" so the family had been expecting him home daily, until this mctMgSl came last week. Another letter was received from him Saturday which was dated June 1 and he enclosed a small souvenir from the Germans. Morrison is twenty-on- e years old and lias another brother. Bernard Morrison, who is with the Engineers; Corps in Camp Zachary Taylor. n JUDGE OE . THE COURT OF APPEALS The B nk of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky June 29. 1918 Judge Settle Does Not Reside in District, and Is Not Eligible, So Prominent Attorney Savs. Since the Democratic nominees in "this County, last year, were denied the right to have their names placed on the ballot because they had failed to file their certificates of nomination, with the County Clerk, the people of this section have been aroused to the necessity of strictly observing the laws in this and kindred matters. It having been questioned by some whether or not Judge Settle, who is a candidate for a third term for Judge of the Court of Appeals, is a legal resident of this Appellate District, and eligible to election, a reporter of this paper made an investigation to find out the facts. We have learned, and an state on the best of authority, Miat Judge Settle removed, with his nily, from Warren county some teen years ago to Frankfort, where hoine was purchased, and that he (s resided there with his family ever Ince. It is also disclosed that as a atter of fact he did not file or have r b. - recorded either in Warren county or in Frankfort a statement showing re- moval out of Warren county and the district was only temporary tl required by Section 3701 of the s. 1 After ascertaining these tact-,- , the reporter of this paper laid them before several of the leading attorneys of this place, among them Judge J. S. Glenn, R. F.. Lee Siminerman, C. M. Crowe, and W. H. Barnes, and requested their opinion on the question. Upon investigation of the law per taining to the matter they authorized he following statement: "Section 114 of the Constitution of iiis State provides that no person .111 be elected to or hold the office if Judge of the Court of Appeals, ho has not been a resident of the Ippellate District from which he is lected. continuously for at least two Sec-(o- n jears next before he is elected. of the Constitution provides; hat he must, after his election, while he is holding office, continue to reside in the District from which he is y 1 of the elected, and Section Statutes provides that all offi- cers, including Judges of the Court! of Appeals, whose duties have taken them to Frankfort for more than three months in the year, may. with their families, temporary reside at on in the vicinity of Frankfort without changing or losing their legal and 37-6Ken-tack- j residence in the district and precinct where tl"' resided at tue time of such temi rary removal, yet that Section of tile Statutes provides: "liut in all cases it shall be necessary for theollicer so intending to temporary remove to file and cause to be recorded in the clerk's office of the county court of ti.e County of his residence a written statement of such intention, whi.ii ,. rittcn statement he si. all also cause be corded in tiie clerk's office of t..e county court of the county in c ti.e seat of government is situated." f rom the above provisions, wliicn we give in the exact language of the M.itutc, and basing our opinion on ti.e facts stated, it will be seen that ui.en Judge Settle moved . ltn his family out of the district and failed to file and have recorded in both e unties a statement showing that hie removal was only temporary, the law conclusively presumes toat his removal was permanent and he at nee lost his residence in the district from wiiich he removed. Under tiie law a private citizen tn i) temporarily remove out of his precinct or district and continue to old his residence in such precinct Of district without filing and recording a certificate in the clerk's office of tiie County court, but a public official can not do so. The Constitution and laws of this State require udelearly point out how a public oiticial must hold his residence in the uistrict if' he moves out of it with his family. This, according to the facts stated. Judge Settle has failed to do, and so, not being a legal resident in this district, he can not lawfully be elected from this district. Should he be nominated and elected, in our opinion, a Republican candidate for ti.is office, could contest his election on the ground'that he was not a legal resident of the district at the time of his election, in which event Judge Settle would most likely lose the office, although he received a majority of all the votes." It will be seen that a grave question is presented to the Democratic voters in this district and they are entitled and it is important for them to be fully advised in advance about i M pnnannt Banking Department ASSETS Notes and Mills State and County Securities LT. S. Government Bonds Real EttatC ( Farm Lands) Cash on Hand and in ( Mlier Bantu Totol Assets $508,356.86 10,577.80 fur-tht- er LIABILITIES 2:2,s;...ii .".,.'!li(i.(i(l Capital Stuck Surplus Undivided Profit! Deposits Dividend No. 56 ( 50,000.00 U.OOOOO (' per cent) 8,785.88 554880.67 8,000.00 I1S.M0.57 $655,406.53 Total Liabilities is $655,406.53 The above Statement correct: M. B. KINCHELOE, Cashier Liabilities Trust Department Assets War Savings Stamps Real Estate Investments. Cash $ 1,379.21 66,496.43 253,078.92 9,269.02 Deposits $330,223.58 Total Assets $330,223.58 Total Liabilities is $330,223.58 The above statement correct: GEO. E. BESS, Mgr. Trust Department COMBINED ASSETS $85,630.11 COMBINED DEPOSITS $884,904.25 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Taxes Paid on all Deposits is few an earnest effort so to adjust its course that its graduates may measure up to the former high standard and, at the same time, cause no serious interference with the work on the farm from which its students Its facilities for instruction come are better than ever before and it is hoped that the advantages it affords under the new system will be so appreciated by the citizens of Kentucky that a record attendance will be provided by this fall. INTERESTING LETTER From Frank Moorman Who is Enjoying a Soldier's Life in France. He is With U. S. Naval Air Station. U. S. Naval Air Station. Fromentine. (Vendee) France. Care Postmaster N. Y. City, U. S. A. June !, IMS, Mrs. Sallie D. Moorman, Cloverport, Ky., U. S. A. My Dear Mam' Moorman: Your sweet letter received about fifteen minutes ago. Twenty days from Cloverport is rather good time, and it came through Paris too. But our mail is now supposed to be sent us direct, so hereafter address me, "U. S. Naval Air Station. Fromentine, Vendee, France, care Postmaster, New York City." When I have plenty of time in which to write you one of my usual lengthy letters it is difficult to choose the topic. There are always so many things want to write you about, all of which to me are so interesting that 1 scarcely know which to at1 printed on one sheet and it's news it. s ' Phelps, J. B. Brimer, J. W. I'ate, Mr, S. P. Conrad. Mrs. J. VV. Pate, Miller Ferry. Mrs Miller Ferry, H. L Stader, Forrest Freeman, J. 11. War Savings Stamps Num- - Bohler, Jno. Beavin, M. M. Denton, . r w er forty in cioverpori. Joe Burke, H. H. Hardin. J. Byrne1 V bout $1,850... Worth ... Sold Severs. R. T. Folk, Miss Bertha Corda. rey and R. L. Oelze. .1 uring Campaign. The War Saving and Thrift Stamps are on sale at the local I'ostollice. I we're just a few persons J. C. Nolte & Bro's., Wedding's Drug gathered for the War Savings Stamp Store and Oelze's Drug Store Pledge Day Meeting held in the American Theatre Friday afternoon, TO ENTER DENTAL RESERVE CORPS. hut those who did attend were apparently very much interested in the Mr. and Mrs. Woodford Weather-holt- , Thrift Stamp movement. of Tobinsporot, lud., will very inSplendid talks in regard to the trinsic value of the stamps as well as soon have the honor of adding another star to their service flag now a patriotic duty in buying them, were made by RtT W. L. Baker and R. that their second son, Carey WeathL. Oelze, chairman of the school erholt, is to enter military service. Mr. Weatherholt was graduated board. Cloverport's quota was $0,000 and June 11 from the Dental Department Indianapolis of while it was not fully subscribed yet of the University of and several months ago he enlisted something like $1,850 worth stamps wire sold and subscribed for in the Dental Reserve Corps. He is at home now with his parents, await altogether during the campaign. Those who subscribed for cut. mi ing orders to leave for Ft. Ogleamounts to be purchased between thorpe, Ga., and after three months now and January 1 were: J. C. Nolte training there he will be commissE. F. Nolte. H. M. Behen. J. E. First Lieutenant. Mr WalHooker, Mrs. V. L. Baker, T. J. ioned Ferry, Carl Overton, W. VV. Seaton, lace Weatherholt. was dratted last g Forest VV eatherholt.W. A. Cockeril, February as a Clerk in the J. K. Weatherholt, L. J. Behen, Chas. section of the army aviation and is Jackson, B. T. Fields, James I). Sea-to- now in France. Before going in Miss Kay Lewis Heyser, Miss service, he was cashier of the State Mildred Babbage. O. T. Odewalt, Savings and Trust Co Indianapolis John Carter, John Hemphill, Kev. A. P. N tomb, ! Payne, David I! SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS u 1 tempt The fact that one happens to be in France at this particular time does not necessarily mean that he is posted on every phase of the war. The contrary is true. We only know what is being done in our particular locality and have not, as a rule, the slightest knowledge of what the other ln i .ire doing at other parts of the line. As far as general news of the entire situation is concerned, you at home knot much more than we do. The only current newspaper we get is the Paris edition of the Chicago Tribune each day. There arc a limi ted number of these each day; it is very meager. Under no circumstances are we permitted to write of the actual results of any encounter with the enemy or the progress of any particular battle. Nor would desire to do so did have the permission for even fi the discussion of such topics usually have a morbid and depressing effect upon both writer and the person to whom he is writing And I could never write of such things to you of all people for know the result and effect it would have upon you. and I think more of your safety and happi-c plan do my own. Besides it is practically futile to describe some things one sees. Furthermore, the most vivid imagination in the world cannot conjure up such scenes the) must be seen by the "physical" eye. and even then it is hard to believe. Paradoxical though it may seem, the discussion of the war is rarely ever heard when we are "off duty" if such a thing he possible. You probably think of all of us as being very sad and melancholy on account of the scenes and experiences with which we meet on every hand. I can easily place myself in your position and realize how difficult it must he for you to imagine our being hanp and carefree, but nevertheless such is the case. Before "taps" are being blown at 0 p. m.. and when we are seated in our tents or barracks in the candle light much gaiety usually prevails. Some chap will he singing one of the popular songs, or rather it was popular when he left home. Others, while seated on the edge of their cots or swinging in their hammocks, will tell of some recent amusing experience, or talk about something that 1 1 n 1 non-flyin- happened to. them in "the States." Anything is Tin conversation is invariably of some topic which is quit' foreign to their present condition. , of interest which will tend to get their minds away from that which they are actually facing if only for Marshall McCoy Wedding. Still others may be seen in the Y. M. C. A., reading, (Special to ul v I Louisville. Kv writing, playing the phonograph or The Breckenridge News) Thurs- - ,irs billiards. (Our moving picture out- day morning. June Mr Roy , '"s ln fit has not yet arrived.) They will McCoy and Miss Alma Chrisjbr ""in" do anything which might offer a little Marshall were united in marriage iverssji o'fpers relaxation. The officers that is the the home of the brides mother. Mtfr jn. higher-up- s are aware of this psycho- J. T. Marshall. 1367 Olive St., in 0f logical side of war and therefore city The ceremony was perforation, leave nothing to he desired in the way by Rev. C. L. Bruington, pastor r new-th- e of amusement or entertainment for groom's home church. .nation the men. There were BO attendants ami on'"' big Now, dear mam' Moorman, let me the relatives and a few close friend "m attempt to explain to you just why were present. many of these weird and peculiar The bride, a charming and accon forms of mirth are necessary. Such lishcd young girl ol nineteen. WOtv diversions and distractions are a h so stylish dark blue serge suit and r could TM1 Continued on page :t) t ied a shower bouquet of brio tacha roses and liHiei of the valley. e as groom, who is a young ln.uresenee sterling qualities, is the .sou u wis to- and Mrs, lames Mi iy. one 1 'iptiiln. Hun he most prominent and iWspcr, College of Agriculture of the 'Hand of the Haracc- communl mart State University CondenImmediately alter the cerel tit wus sr bale sed Course on Account of Mr.I. ami Mrs. McCoy left for J n. und K) ne lo ipead t (em daysl The War. the groom's parents and friend which they will return hen t, In its efforts to help win the war their home Mr. McCoy having tion with the Louisville & S'u the College of Agriculture of the of Kentucky has arranged to railroad condense its course, opening on Oct. 14th instead of continuing until June Marion Weatherholt III ou Man, in Weatherholt. Mi as usual. T This is done so that young men Cloverport ' s busiest bujines.possessing "-- s usktd who wish to attend may remain on been severely handicapped spoke the farm during the busy season and his work during the past three w. IK is suhbnnk, return in time to assist in putting in on account of illness ing from malaria anil a deep ct'iirs. the crops. In order to accomplish as nearly as and while his condition is not scrtotf to to possible the usual amount of college at the same time his numerous f ' work in the shortened year. Satur- in the business and social i ire' ,,,'rluune days will be utilized lor class work be anxious to bear of his sp leave Qei and other holidays will be reduced to eo vary. This, of course, the minimum. xhrug of means harder work for both teachers Birth Announcement. A sweet little baby girl has i and students but the college regards it as a patriotic duty gladden the home ol Mr. Jelng In a, The demand for graduates from W. H. Ktjrr. She arrived' are." Vgi n ultural colleges to till various mother's birthday. June ' positions was never so great as it is been named Doroth l.ee Iff BONOS now. The College of Agriculture of father is agent for the St the University of Kentucky is making ( ompaii) in this district, i Cold Piece minutes. -- th,. cnll-Th- OPENS OCT. 14 - n"e ii af i. ' Thirty. Our Farmers are Buying fee $2,000 Shorthorn Bull! I . I. .e wpoelted a office wts POM J L e baby bonda. i 1 fir LATEST RESULTS ! J- - .., I Sgt. R C. Carter Writes form Haiti teer. having gone in the early spring. The letter which Sgt. Richard C. Resides this hoy. Mr. Jackson has Carter, of the 54th Co., Marine, several other sons who are farmers Cape llaitien, Haiti wrote to his and they arc doing theri utmost in mother, Mrs. R. S Carter, of Carter, s helping to feed the nation. Landing, mi Mother's Day. is pubVh-lished herewith Sgt. Carter has you have backache thrlivtr or kidbeen in the regular artny for a num-be- r neys nrp suri- to lip out of jrcar. Try tan-oof years and his friends back it iloea wonilrrs for the liver, kiilnrya and to have this message MMMM A trial fine lioltlc will convince home nrc id CM it at the dr.'H storr. )nu from him Ouatiaminthc Haiti. t, i il l IT I Jb . e ml. l.mid. if three For of Nor wiis tlinr diiy n sort m uu i IVi.v's kltclmn. o pi I. Iiccnme 1 OF WAR FUNDI Drive For Red Cross in Breck- Gie . .; Ky. OUR MOTTO "Quick Sales and Small Profits" Men chance to get the best values for the least Here is your inridge County Grand Total $17.724.33. Ky. Racing Commission To Add $1,750 More. The Inhabltantts of LVuckmridge truly heard the call of the (ircatest Mother in the World when they responded by giving more than double their quota in the recent Red Cross War Fund Drive. The complete returns up to Tuesday, June IK, were given out bv Mr. W. Sherman Hall, cashier of the War Fund Drive and who was very active in the campaign. In giving these figures, Mr. Hall stated that this did not include the $1,7M to be donated to the county from the Kentucky Racing Commission. fhe amounts subscribed include: 'o. Harditiduirg fMlT.M H irdinsburg No. .' KN.tC HM.00 Hardinsburg. Xo. :t iiMi.4.'i Ilardinslmrg No. I'.KI.O.I Hardinsburg special.:....., fatal for Hardinsburg District comity I We have a good money. Kurnish-ing- s display of Men's and it is worth your while to stop in and inspect it BILLS The Packer's Bill for Live Stock For the first six months of our operations under the Food Administration, ending April 30, 1918, SvHft & Company paid for DRESSED WEIGHT LBS. live stock - 1,558,600,000 $323,800,000 For the same period in 1917 1,338,300,000 $210,400.000 Weight 16Vz Increase in cost 54 May It, 101 S. My Dear Mother: Today bring set aside as 'Mother's Day" by tin- Scirctary of the Navy, he requests that every man of the servhe to write to their mother on this day, in order t remind them of the great and honorable .sacrifice they ire milting in the present conflict. Therefore I will endeavor to carry out our honorable Secretary's r it a great honor wish, a I in as having such an on my Bui one to confer the request m i thf SI I'OT- Ii iKIIOV- .1... iIPUI'II.11 is .,..1 uvi till Contlu undergoing ght that so many are wage"5 5,ayiiiK .it home and patiently iling in the greit day to conic Kl,lt,s roff,,,.t'ien normal happines- - shall return Adelbftd when their loved ones shall be And let Us all pray The OKh them .ik.hu bud bev that to be in the neat future but to wh.ver again to be molested by I'rus- tlCKi'lS anism lnii'lue iii.ii u lie nous will that these mothers sons be eon-idr- VAGRANCY ACT And Some Other Important Acts of the Last Legislature as Compiled hy W. S. Ball. Mc to Shirts rot dress occasion. tl.M Ties Summef Silk and W price! ashable County Attorney. the important acts of the One la Itgltltf W Which is of general interest and importance to the public is what is known as the Vagrancy Ait. It provides that all able bodied male residents of this State between tthe ages of 1 and iin. u ho shall fail or refuse to regularly and steadily ingage tor at least M hours per week in Minic lawful and recognized bust- ol" i Socks Stockings Ail colors Silk and Socks for Men, Women and Children. prt hoti-'irabl- c Shoes Comfortable Shoes for work and dress. Increase in 220,300.000 $113,400,000 $U,llll.:i.-.- . Stephensport Union Star $f. 7P..M) TIr.'.-Jf- l V 1.1 toriotts in then enormous endeavors "over there." I sincerely hope this will find you all well. As you mentioned ill your last letter tint all were enjoying the opening of spring, would have been more than glad to have been with you all on your next birthday cerebration, and if I am not in France by the time the next rolls around, it is my intention to be with you ii it is only a short while, for my time will expire Mar. II and your birthday is in the same month, and I expeel to have a few days of my own. In today's radio news there was mentioned a terrible cyclone through lllinoi and I am wondering if it reached the home neighborhood. It must have been terrible b) the loaaei mentioned. Mother, we are doing intensive training now ami believe me v. I are getting in good shape We take on an average of four hike, a week and they increase a mile each bike. I am sending you some cards taken on one No. I shows us crossing of them a small river between here and Capo-tila small town out near the mountain. No. ! shows us preparing for a I e, . nes, profession, occupation or em- plowncnt. whereby he may contri-bat- e to the support of himself and thoee dependent upon him. shall be held to be a vagrant within the meaning and effect of this act. And upon Conviction thereof shall be lined not less than $:.' and not more thanSll! tor each- offense. Such offender shall he required to work upon the ptjbtic roads or streets, not exceed- ing six days for each offense. The County Judges. Justices of the Peace, Mayors, and Police Judges1 within the State are given jurisdiction to try such offenders. Each week shall constitute a separate offense. It hall be the duty of the Sherilfs. Deputy Sheriffs, Constables, Mayors, Marshals, Chief of Police. Police-meam! all other police officers to arrest such persons. Any Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff. Constable. Mayor. Marshal. Chief of Police, or other police officers tailing to discharge his duties hereunder. hall be subject to prosecution. -n Groceries things that will tempt your appetite during the hot summer days, you will find in our grocery room. The Mooleyville Total Cnion Star NaKJ District. $1,2.20 &M.M Ii I Custer udeonvilte Mook Total for MO.0O. :!.()o $1,- - 4ii4.70 The Consumer's HudsonvilleDistriet, Hardware We have excellent line all colors Paints Wire Screening in all sizes A good supply of Fruit Jars ni aniels and den Dean S.'.o.'n.iil Rockvale fMuTI Total for Porkl of Rough District. ?.'.i;:r.:ir.. Mi Bill for Meat must necessarily have increased correspondingly, as Live Stock prices and meat prices fluctuate together. When the producer gets high prices for his live stock, the con- Produce We buy all kinds and pay cash or trade You can't help but be pleased with our prices on ev- Grand Total for Hardinsburg. I! reek lirrldgjc Chapter. flMM.fi I.MeXgg Cloverport 2,71)0.00 Irvington Grand total for County $17,772.33 erything R. W. JONES Glen Dean. Ky. swim in ti e same river. No. .: is the Company biting the goat on a trail I am from second near Capotile. the end. carrying a MHaJI bag over 11 was acting my lefl .boulder, and as istead i . wearing ,i pistol Sgt trrj i'. g "a rifle. We carried our tri'ue'm'1' with ii.'and wdsat it takes to wnchow and also the dlsupk my with ier men, we have got it. I also Noovcred thai bread fried in the Mm I , left l orn frying bacon goes He i Prut with cold tomatoes. Von Mtytotice by t! e smiles in No.l thai f,,re y all enjoy their work and would tu" willing i. do their hit in France, ope "I" ' A'H ' And lei us ' Clad I i i ' ' A91 do Bhij "'"'I HI;,, to lW "I tniy your yiiir "j device, "i the pipes of the engine to emit sounds of exhaust in a loud ami ami"' in..' manner, ami the motor ve- hide hall be operated in as noiseless manner a oossihle " n IwflMI vinl:. lini this Seetiiin shall be lined not less than and Rhine thai we not more than $3ft.M for each offense. termP iV'' Liquor Laws. llv t i e 10 w ide it. With It ihatt.be unlawful f ir any person tint1' il wet to all and hoping I will hear or corporation, or public or private day f ,u i ,.n i.i 'I e i.e vt mail, Carrier to bring in to local option a fuih your ilv. ted terit iry anv intoxicating liquors. "Wl l;. ha It shall be unlaw t tutor any person , . old or Corporation to accept or receive slinrj. Addis Kramer, who left with any intoxicating liquors from any tell, tjOlJL llre litni idge omiti selective other person or corporation who has who men Monday i June t. has been transported or brought same into a Tr, Bn IS, local option territory. grea ted t r.tti Co. you Brigade, (. .imp Zachary Tay- Anyone violating the provisions ure of this act shall be lined not less than (M ami not more than $Ht and imth' and Mis R O. Willis recently prisoned in the County Jail lor not ''B'ttei from their son, Sgt less than HI ami not more than If s"IMt'w,ltri' N'"' aj s Oi's'" '"' ' on ' ,,,'n'!S Assessment of Property. brt,re" "Tou It is provided by an act of the last "Hulle'd 411 his letter was, "I Legislature that this yeM and hereHi ev keni idle New s evei a welcome after all property, shall be assessed as frieud.'d it sine pity. of the first day of July of each year, Bluc' the regular instead of heretofore as of the first is with Villi ind be b is been overtMi ihiee day of September of each year. And it further provides that the kiitaMuer of IMT, County Assessor shall hereafter be '"ll",,",,,"ll '' remli. ' ;,r ,'"r'' '" known as the County fax Commits forget s for t i i oiling School loner, and requires the County Tax W ly. ' mmg Commissioner to keep his office at I'aylor i'i mil a the County Seat, which must be kept MrOi la ii ; - Automobiles. OUR MOTTO In iew of the rapid growth in f Quick Sales and I mall Profits" number of automobiles in this State and tiie great amount "1 unusual and unnecessary noises made by them the Legislature has seen lit to PUSS open it all reasonable times, except the following act. to abate this nuis- on Sunday and Legal Holidays from ance. the tret day of July to the :ilst day of "Every motor vehicle propelled by October inclusive of each year, and it an internal combustion engine shall shall he the duty of the tax payer to be equipped with an adequate muffler appear at said office during said time or silencer or other device to reduce anil to furnish the County Tax Com t', a minimum the noise of the exi. nier a list of his property of all haust from inch engine. Such muff- kinds and description, so that said ler, silencer or other device shall not Commissioner may assess same unat any time be cut off; and no person der the law. operating the motor vehicle shall permit such muffler, silencer or other Makes Eggs Tell Their Age. mi-s- College Bans German. German w ill not be taught asi u language at Union Christian college at Merom, Ind.. until "Cennnny recognizes tiie rules of civilization," it has been decided by the board of trustees of the Institution. A resolution to that effect lias been adopted. The local college is the first In Indiana to take this action, the ban on the language heretofore having been limited to grade and preparatory schools'. Germun will be offered in no form, begiuuiug with the next term. Do you get up at Sanol is surely the best for all kidney or blaililer Sanol kivvs relief ill 24 hours from all hacksehs sad bladder trenbtsSi Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. Tide and $1.00 a bottle at the drug store. sumer's meat sarily be larger. bill must neces- Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company, U.S. A. FISCAL COURT. Continued from hist week.) HUGHE'S CHILL TONIC PALATABLE' Better than Colomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic.) A nov,.i BtM riivu wiiy whereby to '" , determine the age of an egg bus been French developed b,v M. Oroaafeid, Investigator, He bus supplemented 'he usual method by one dependent on sP'eilb gravity, notes the Ilostoo Transcript. The existing way whereby to determine the age of eggs is by candling them and tnhtHg note of th "mirage Whi eta forms about the yolk." Mr. Qinaafeld bus determined that specific gravity of tmnniil eggs in the v.uv nttriluiteil to Areliuneiles. ami there has been flgvred oal the loss in Brevity, for each week ot keeping. For epiiek Mispeetiiin of 'piillltles of eggs, he bus devised u form of hydrometer, Tin' i gg hikes the pin 01 of the weighted bulb tltul the Begin itldlentes the Specific gravity and at the MUM time the age of the egg. A little cage has been arranged to bold the egg end is Hig eggs capable of qntek bundling. mid little eggs lire subject to errors In the readings, but with eggs In the vicinity of B8 grammes the Indicutlon Is '. ' instantaneous. THE CANDIDATE 1 ( I . J ' ' ''" 'hap-work- c mm 'n! , N ' dun-Agai- n , After rrKi3 teu.lj In u "Since , cross family remedies Cho-miat- a Mel reeel- stun xlgu two ; lib! t lov If that be d tired and Doctors were called into uervice in perfecting this bert angr' Jross Kemedics. aoldlers n J(e 0f Specialists, and while one may have distinguished achievi "The sc. credit in one particular line, another is excelling in something else, him," otis ii,' makes it possible for us to have a Red Cross Remedy for each ItK'iling a .tables us to (rive the consumer mure than we promise or charge for. in compounded with as much care and precision as fit our LVei'isS depended upon that one Remedy. That's why NEUROTONIC U.,H fnisH 1 li u. ..il "TV".''ut i M I Healthy STONE ROOT and HIICHII nut in o normal "",i.... leruuin..,li..no, sridnot ; condition. 'V 9CZa Medicines. The formula is printed Patent ara ti. Frh carton in Dtoin English, so that you know what they are composeo of .. ... mmm tabiiur More than one hundred tied Cross Remedies unil llet Preparatione are sold and guaranteed only by A R Fislirr, Cloverport, Ky. T ri.. "Tbere's a eniulldute In the front yiird, mum, who wants to kiss the baby." "Tell him there Is uo buby, aud. Nils, ii " "Yes. me lady." "Iion't you dare let the horrid creature kiss Fldo." At a regular term of the BreckinAs well as a remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp ridge County Fiscal Court continued Fevers and Bilious Fevers. Just what you need at this season. and held in and for Breckinridge Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative. Splendid Tonic. At Druggists. 50c and $1.00 Bottles. County, at the Court House, in HarTry It. Don't take any substitute. PREPARED BY dinsburg. Ky. on Wednesday, April :ird, WtA INCORPORATED Present: Hon. S. 11. Payne, preLouisville. Ky. siding Judge of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court and the following named Justices of the peace, Esquires C. K. Robbins. J. J. :ame, ,Mid fur. he that all hands re-- i nettVea; and Howard, Yea; whereMcCoy, D, c. Her-Keenn ' "' upon said motion is declared adopted uired to work n publie on. Alie llennett and J. At. Howard, by law shall e reipiired ti work I aind made the order of this Court. being all of the Justices of the Peace itkyi in said year of 19trt, hut not In Re Stone for Hardinsburg and in Commission in Hreckinridge Coun-IGarlield pike. more than days in any arsrjtr, except s Levy Kc emergency, when said in case of On motion of Ksiiuire D. C. Heron On motion duly made, seconded bauds may be required to work any seconded by Esquire J. M. Howard, and carried it is ordered that the levy number of days in any week or year the bid of the Webster Stone Co., in Hreckinridge County for 'the year to meet such emergency, and that for rock to be used on the HardinsvalIftll be IS cents on the $100. U0 in y all road overseers require the road burg and Garfield I'ike ue of taxable property, divided into hands in their districts to comply Seat Koad at the price of sixty cents the funds towit: General Expense with this order as is required by law, per ton, be and the same is hereby Fund, which shall include the salary ami all road overseers are required aeeepted, f. o. b. their plant near oi all olhcers und all current expenses to work said hands by proper notice Irvington. This contract is to cover 10 cents, Sinking Fund :l cents. Pauto work said roads the said 4 days all stone required for the completion per Fiend I cents and each tax so levof said pike. during the year tills. ied shall not be directed to another Came W. J. Piggott, president of And whereas at a meeting of the purpose than that for which it was levied, except as prescribed by law. County Hoard of Education of Breck- the said Webster Stone Company, day and entered into a contract with the aud further, that there be levied a per inridge County, held on the 2nd eapita. or p ill tax on each male citi- - ol March. PUS, it was ordered that Fiscal Court of Hreckinridge County, levKentucky, said contract to become zen, '.'l ve rs of age or over, residing an advaJornM tax oi M cents be ied on each $100. eo worth of property binding when approved by the comin the i unity aforesaid $I.."0, and said poll tax so lev ied shall be apportioned aud a per capita or poll tax of $1.0o missioner of public roads of Kenage tucky. The said contract is in words to the following purposes towit Kor" on each male citizen :il years of may ami figures as follows, towit: Koad purposes 50 cents and for Gen- - or over be levied except such as This contract made and entered inleral Kxpetise l iind $1.00 and ne aid be exempt by law, aud whereas a presen- to by and between Breckinridge tax of ,10 cents hall be devoted to copy of said order has been beCounty, Ky., party of the first part, work upon aud expense of workfasgj ted to this Court and the Court ing advised, it is now ordered and and The Webster Stone Company, the public highways in the District m which it was collected and further limited hy the Court that the school party of the second part, w ITM1SIBTH, that f,,r and In for road and bridge purposrt be and tax for the year tills as provided in remain in the same as hereto o e lev-- ) sections so and U0 of the school laws consideration of the sum of lit) cent, ied. towit: 13 cents Oil the fttftvM 'lis be 10 cents on the $100 00 worth per ton f. o. b. cars at The Webster 1 taxable property in value but di- - of taxable property and a poll tax Stone Company Plant, berth) Ifratl vided as follow towit 11 ceir.s or of $1 00 on each male citizen 21 years to furnish Breckinridge County of age or over residing in Hreckin- crashed stone to be used on roads and 10 ici'ts for bridges, and the Harfurther that the tax colleiicd for, ridge county, except in graded school dinsburg and Garfield I'ike until its road purposes si'uata in eacii iragis district! in the county and such other completion. Said contract to be subterial district in the cotnty, s': 11 be. instances as are excepted by law, and mitted to the ommissioner ol Puballotrd to each district 'Ut the left a yea and nay vote being taken on lic Koads for his approval, said stone lollrcted for bridge purposes h' all be said motion resulted as follows, to- to befurtiished according to State wit: Esquires Kobbins, Yea; Keenan, specifications. expended when i eccssarv n the of the authorities vxpcudii'rt Yea; McCoy, Yea; Heron, Yea; Ben- (To be Continued EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC THE OLD RELIABLE ROBINSON PETTET COMPANY. . to-w- ' hie.'-.wai- s u ! Inter-Count- j (. fIJIKFfCj unai V Rill n mm SaNJ I at an V "l SINKING OF UP XEL HELD RESCUE KITTEN AME.1PAH FlYiRS TITLED ENGLISHWOMAN AIDS WAR HEROES t.EA LYMLEIM B LLEAJ WOOD S. Troops Win Nsar Chateau 80i.!bB mim in YANKEES PROVE REAL CHIPS OFF OLD BLOCK American Troops France Have Shown Their Superiority Over Germans as Fighters The Yankee Knows He Is Up Against the Biggest Game the World Ever Knew and He Is Eager to Do His Bit. in b'.G r'lA VE BATTLE J. S. Aviators Blow Holes Structure; Ena.ny Placed o.i tha Ueiensive. Thierry Storm Trenches at Car.tigny. GERMANS Ts the American soldier a good They know what It moans to he sent lighting man'.' lie Is. mo in invade the territory of the y Is he as gfiod a tighter as his fathers at SSl da Ighl, when misstep were in the civil means death. They know what It and Brandts then war? The answer to this Is not M mean- - to sioep with gafl masks on; Gen. Pershin; ncpertij. Heavy Loccej Tfirov; Cnrk .tnlirns n?my at imple because lighting in Civil war what It moans to march 00 miles In Inflicted on the Foe Northwest days and In Wis Is by no means the mud tm if way to the knee and sleep to Fiont P.' Tors Venice led same thing, says Don Mai tin in the in burns, stables nml in open wagona. of Chat:au Thierry and in Gain Grci nd cn Lever Piavc, t the Whenever New York Herald. They don't now what pessimism Is. t.'ic Wccvrc Region. Psrliamini Is Tcld. Yankees have had an oppoti unity to They don't know whs I fear is. I hand-tMeet the enemy in a .straight-ou- t bare saea then in their dimwit right Italian Headquarter June 22.- - The Pashlngton, June 22. Thirty-eigh- t .and MgjM the American has demonBp Within one thousand irst A: K riciin a Via n to fly on 'be ii in miles feel of the j trenches . n the v ut rated that kg is chip oir the M enensy, rolling cigarettes, playing cus-- '. ftnltan frost went an a bombing expewestern front nre now held l.y Ameriblock, and that, bear in iiilnd. is saying Singlttg such songs us "I've lleen dition and suerecrtnl in Mowing two can troop--- , members of Hi.' milgood deal. Working on the Levee," "Way Down o v Austrian bridge acnes udes in itary, ai.'alrs committee were toM by People who have mil been face to Yonder in the Corn Field' and other be I'lnve river, war department official. face wilh Ibe war that bus ravaged melodies which lend Ihimeeliea readThe camtn intler of the Italian nvl When the survivors of the Texel, Europe for nearly lour years must of ily to simple nio(. illations known aa thm camp expertised satisfaction with Washington. June 22. Patrols of necessity have hut a poor conception "harbor shops, " writing letters home the enemy Ii:ivp suffered considerable which wus su.ik recently GO miles be work of the Americans. The avl-- . they of just what war in these days is by candle light or reading letters and Hon forces on fbla front are display losses norihu est of Chilli 'HI Thierry south of New York, landed brought Wtth them a little striped kit- 'ng the iimsi intense activity. like. Itead what an ollleer from a neWS from home. I have marveled at nml in Hie Wuevra region, Qenerai Southern state, who served with dis- their spirit. It Is all new to them. Pershing reported in his communique. ten, the mascot of the crew. This litEnt ry's i."rts Fail. tle animal is called Mickey, and th" They have seen enough to reullse tinction in the Philippines ami Is Rome, .Mm 22. The efforts of the In the Chateau Thierry and Woevte sinking of the Texel was held up until .'. .istriiins to widen the norilri": .n living with distinction now, says fully that war is the most serious, regions nml in I.orrulne artillery fightThe eotmte-- s of Clanearty has bsssj the men could go back and rescue him, a Ileal on the Montelto, Ibe bey stone an energetic war grim thing in the world and that Its ing continues. worker froa tha fir-- t about it: .after he had bam forgotten In the first I (he Plate FrOUt, toward the west "If there were to be a few great loll of death Is very heavy. and only recently the part rush. In the hospitals the Yankees show Washington, June 2. Thtrty-elg."V roiled. Premier Orlando Informed of inutcbgirl. The occasion was Blue tiattics like Gettysburg, Bpottsylvanla, parliament! Cross Day for War lifirses. and the Wlh'crness. Chiiiicellorsvllle, Cold Har- a spirit which amazes the surgeons. casualties in the American expeditionary forces were announced by the war To,.ard the South, the premier said, countess sold mulches at the Hyde bor or Anl'etam it would be u differ- - There was a young chap a Kusslun The boys would by ancestry from Bridgeport, Conn., nt proposition. department, divided us follows: Six tha PBemy again succeeded in croealng I'urk hotel, The proceeds of her sales killed in notion, one died of wounds, railway at were used to esjfl for hor.-- i sj v.l.o have know that the killing would occur at who was terribly wounded in the affair be ItoRtehi MEN BURST 'ovcral points mar the Nivorsa sla- - been hurt while three from di sense, twenty-seve- n aefftaf ;it (lie flout. certain times, on Certain days und the Bl Sleehoprey. He furnished a most hiifM example af courage. Victims would he recorded us having n wounded severely and one wounded, 'mi. but was promptly Mopped, On He i degree undetermined. One hundred fallen III some great battle BOOUt was dooi from the start, but ho the lower 11a ff, the Italians g.dm which all coming generations would thonghl he would live, when ho wus mid twenty-sevecasualties in the mu- Shot Like Torpedo From Sunken "MAESE!L!i.!SEM STOPS aire ground. rines uttached to the American expedl- read. Hut here there will be only a dually told that his death wus u mat-te- r ifuillsj'tbe d The ot : Craft 120 Feet Below nonary forces were announced at muof hut a short time, he dictated n lew great hntlles known us such by re enormous, the premier adjde GREAT AFRICAN the Suface. name. rine corps headquarters, divided as There will be the Murne. short letter to his sister, the conclud'to ItP.llnns took si i ml hundred prls follows: Ten killed in notion, nineteen Somine. Aisne. Verdun. Ypros. 1'icardy ing sentence of which was: am I others, of course, but the died from wounds received in action see you Secc.-- d Seen London. Harrowing details of the rha'e Ic E;p.-r-'-J Shouting Fans and Noisy Players and some and millions of casualties but"I you sorry la can'tcountry any more, a are find ninety-eigh- t millions were wounded severwhere you Italian Hernia, natters, June 22. Th destruction of one of the largest and ely which this war has rolled up will rep-- I will have your rights." more recently constructed German Stilled by French National ireond phase of the Austrian off post rt resent for the greater part side line Yanks Attack Huns. submarines are given in a dispatch 'cntured by attacks to the right and Buried by Shell Upheaval. Anthem. Ml T lag and little subsidiary III With the American Forces on the from a neutral correspondent. This eft of Valatagna, along the Brents riv Then he told tha nurse to thank the fame, June 22. troops in submarine was one of the last to leave r and In the mountains, should logi about which no one will ever hear. bed Cross man who found him In No The negro sicvednres were playing this sector attacked the German Hue Zcebrugge before the entrance to the ally begin soon. Dow that the eiTor "A division of any army iniuht be jan' Land. Thai was the end of this northwest of Chateau Thierry during harbor was blocked by Iiritish forces ii the Plate has failed. It Is felt tha baseball playing it tooth and nail, holding purl of u sector a quiet sec- young Russian. He was burled by an without a thought for anything else in tor, too. There would he no gnat upheaval of earth from a large shell the night ami made un advance of on April 24. f the Atistrmns do hot renew their si They hadn't been so clash between the opposing forces. and wus terribly injured. of u mile, driving the The struck n mine, and out nrts to ne net rate to Hie plains thmugl the world. For two Qermuns from a small pocket on the of the crew of 40 only two survived on be Bretaa region and i. iking .Mont wrapped up In anything since they There would be raids, Bstintlngl of padays and two nights he lay with only trols, sniping, deaths by artillery and his head exposed, with no food or wa-- ti northern side of the Bollouu wood. reaching the surface after a terrible IrappO it would be an aekuowli (lgue ti landed in France. Suddenly, an tha fringe of the thick, gas. accidents a thousand and sue The Americana occupied the Her- struggle with death for an hour and 'I do, "a and their inalulity to run") r. With shells bred king around him noisy, black line of rooters across the things, and ut the end of a year the und later with Germans man positions without resistance from a half, 20 fathoms below the surface. ut the ambitious plan launched B weel tor be was outfield, men began to turn their backs number of casualties in this division in territory held by t hem constantly the enemy, the Germans having withSome of the crew committed suicide, drawn when the short and sharp ar- having lost all hope of leaving the boat The ultuntioUi however, is still re on the game, standing stillly at atten- would be as great as if the unit had passing him. The assumption appartion. Over their heads, from the di- been in a great battle. There is a ently was that ha was dead, for his tillery bombardment indicated that alive. Stilled aa very serious and all pn para an Infantry attack would follow. The only chance of escaping wr.s to iielis h'lVe been made to meet any new rection of the band, came faint but Certain romance shout war. When men bead rested sidewise and he kept his thrilling music, to which they auto- can go Into buttle with colors Hying, eyes closed. A hundred times he WUS force open the conning tower and the offensive. Yanks Win at Cantigny. matically fitted words: hands playing and a world waiting to almost stepped on. Then on the third Along the I'lnve the Italian position With American Army in France. forward hutches and trust to the comnear the outcome of the particular day a Red Croea litter bearer, crawlpression of nir in one part of the ves- are virtually unchanged. The Austrl June 22. At dawn American troops To arms, yp brave, to arms! combat, there is un Incentive which ing about in the land of death, found sel to force each na n like a torpedo :ms are Rahting well, according to tin We'll form battalions strong, stormed German trenches and macMarch SCI to the surface. The air pressure in Italians, but tha latter are aegrlaaslni does not exist in a Struggle of waiting, him und dragged him to u receiving hine-gun nests iii front of Cantigny, gas. Hut the stut ion. attacks In the Montdidler "Attention!" shouted Those of the submarine had become so high that 'belli. It is believed that the Italian sector. the burly of hidden spirit is and there. In fact. I i saw another anaa where a young the German garrison who remained to a great majority of the Germans could roajd have driven the Austrlans bad Black Jack who. but a moment before, patriotic the river before thla but for tin had been rattling the pitcher. Mora confidently feel that it takes more pa- man had a badly slutltered leg. tern It tight and carry out their orders to not keep their mouths closed. The compressed air shot them to nature of the open nghtlng, which at men, and down the rooters' line yet triotism to keep an army lighting us was a question wtmtherNu should bo hold the positions ut uny cost were the surface and hnrdly had they American "" ibis front said reminder armies light now than it did in the old amputated or not. He hcaVd Hie dls-c- u more men were Straightening, stiffkilled by rifle and machine-gu-n tire days. reached salon, and with a smile sahLj The Americans and bayonet. also praaaara the sea level when the air 'dm id' tilt' Itulian COUlhutS ill the old ly erect. The runner, ten feet off sec"Co ahead, take il off. I'll burst their lungs and about days. The Fighting of Today. a ond, spun half a turn 00 his heel. The took prisoners. twenty of them sank like stones. The Night Figliting 13 Onpos-"Let me give you an illustration. wooden one and that will do me." N v pitcher dropped his hall and the baiMany Germans Killed. goes tuts Mm survivors described the yells of the The boys bad their Ural big test at Nlghl BjtbtlBg and hashu'bsckln) ler his stick. F.ven the "uinp" was Pari of a regiment The American artillery put down a men. when the end came, us the most uethods are aseessary, although tbej culled to silence. Away back, the V. trenches. It may stay there three the engagement of Blecheprey when euvy nox iiurruge on ine rear 01 i no horrible noise they had ever are not faviM'od by the military an SL C. A. mnn saw si In.y catcher stand, (lays. It may stay there eight days. lutein hundred picked shock troops inheard. enemy positions. A row minutes later The attention of u British trawler :horitiea because of the confusion and elbow crooked, and with bis black before it is sent bneb sa repose la vaded their lines in the wake of a futhe Infantry swarmed over the top and was attracted ami It hastened to the danger of tiring upon their own men. hand to the forehead of his rious barrage, So tierce was the gale wire mask. get ready for another siege ut unders rushed the trenches. Some of the rescue. The condition of the survivors ally where bilge bodies of troop pi The "Marseillaise" bad hushed the ground warfare. These boys know of heavy shells thai the boys could had tried to escape through the showed thut their experiences in the thai shells will bo directed at their not emerge from their trenches and engaged. Another difficulty ha great American game barrage, crashing to their roar, hut submarine had been of a dreadful iv iii" siaiilarny in color hot ween trenches practically every night und tha assault norhe troops swept over ieen few of them got through, for Humorcharacter. maybe all day. The artillery also them. ;he Italian and Austria uniforms. DELAY SAVES $2,000 ous Qerninq dead wore found later. know that the enemy artillery will be fighti hen there came The Austrian losses have been ex Prisoners captured declared that CANNED MUSIC LURES filing shells, gas and shrapnel nt their ing in the village and in two pieces of mely heavy. SEALS Aldermen of One City Too Late in but lories almost continually. Both the woodland und the Americans they had ord' rs to hold on at all costs, Although there Is BMCh sharp Sght showed Raising Salaries. and this was apparent by the desperate artillerymen nml the lads in the ihnl in a band conflict they Experiment Being Made by Washing, 'a . there are many Hills, during which Mistakes by city aldermen id' Chip manner In which they fought. The the only distraction of the armies is pewa rails, Wis., are usually expen- trenches know that gas shells will be ore fur superior to the Bun, even when ton Fish Commisclon. battle was short, but (loudly, for I he bulled day and nlghl and that death the latter uses his shock troops. There Canned music to lure seals to their watching ibe bombing operations of the sive, but one made by enemy positions were swept clean of the aldermen of will lurk everywhere for him who can- are scores of stories of Individual hr death Is the experiment being made rival aviators. this oily will save the taxpayers more not handle his gas musk properly. very told of this minor, but to Germans. The official report suya that in Uniforms. th tliis summer by deputies at the state than .2,(MM this year. wore killed. n great many German The possibility of a raid from the en- - Americana ui Unit time, Rome, June 22. Italian Military offish commission's office of Washington. Salary Increases aggregating that emy is not feared. In I'aoi. it is this els en. Only Sixty Huns in Raid. au show nnmmtnkably The seal herd hunter anchors his row-bo- ficials leamed befoei the Austrian smounl were propoeed at the meeting very possibility of real action, of n the American soldier dues got The enemy artillery has been more began, says a stunbiflsrUI note near a rookery or salmon trap, active on the Toul sector since the puts on n record and when the seals hsWCd today, that the Austrian had of the council here on February f. In- leal meeting with the enemy, which what fear is ami that as soon as stead of acting mi the matter at ones acts us a sort of Stimulant for the gets acquainted with tha subietian, heavy gassing to which the Americans iii Italian speaking Austrian soi- - ii gather around o enjoy the concert, rdtnsnce was referred to a com- men in the trenches. To have a shell they may be called that, Of war, if subjected them. he the deputy with his trusty rifle picks 11' rs in Italian uniforms in order to mittee ami reported buck. The infantry action has been con- - off the audience. in will be just us dangerous a tighter ns down on a dugout, trunhlug throw them u a salts bis ssaasenl into when the council was ready to conic lust fined, however, to an attempted raid, Fishermen have found the hair seal he entente Hue K0 M kS provide panic puss the measure giving nearly every and perhaps killing anil wounding sev- the Bocbe has yet faoed. As with the Canadians ami AustraIn which only sixty men participated, eral men Is an unpleasant thhVbt is very Inquisitive. With a keen sense ftnd d! order. nfliccr, policeman fireman an ina spite of the German official state- of hearing. When the anlmul hears Captured Austrian so garbed were crease In pay, theand attorney au doubly unpleasant bOCBUBe It comes lians, the Americans may he handicity ment which said that they bud penei from some one who cannot be seen capped til the outset with too much XCCllted after a drumhead a strange sound curiosity prompts him noUACed ihat according to law Ibe sal trated the American linos at Seiche- - to investigate. never be Impetuosity, bM that, by Hie French. l:i I. In Mi'cordaiiee with the laws of Indians have long ary changes must In' made at the t'ust and whose Identity will prey. the consolation, of Is said to be a most rommmtlahle fault war. known this chnructerlstle of meeting in February or remain us dur known. There is 800 Germans Killed. course, that tha shells which we are because it Is quickly rectified and so und have lured It within striking dising the preceding year. The ordinance throwing are. causing death and injury readily molded into vital requisites of With the Americans on the Murne, tance with a spear by using a sort of JAP AIRMAN KILLED IN FALL wus then tabled. per.slsi once and fearlessness. ac ross (he line, hut while we know we war June 22. German casual lies in the Whistle which hus a pecullur attrac Tha American soldier is all light. fighting In this sector are now estiare hitting them we do not really know tion for the animals. Sergeant Kobayarki, Aviator in the TOWN SETS AN EXAMPLE at that. It is a ipi war. Inhuman He Is giving a good uccouni ol himself mated ut S00 killed and 5,000 French Serv'ce, Slain in wherever he is placed. He worships 'wounded. because the linn made It so ami desTOOTHLESS MAN BITES SELF Aerial Oattle. He loves France. Pledges Itself to Go Wheatlcss Until titute of the amenities and chivalries the French. He Private James A. Donahue, who was knous he Is up against the biggest Harvest. of all other wars because the Hun postaken prisoner eight (lays ago, es- Seemingly Impossible Kobayns-kl- , 1'nrls, June 22 Sergeant Feat Performed game the world has ever played and Itrislol, a city of 20,(MXt people, sit sess,, s all the traits of the coyote or He caped and rejoiued his company. by Y. M. C. A. Worker. u Japanese aviator In the French lie is ready and eager to "do his bit" leeia-e- d thut u few other American How a man without a tooth bit him- service, has been killed in un aerial uated In both Virginia and Tennessee, the hyena. has. pledged to go whealless "The Americans would like to meet and do It right. prisoners are compelled by the Huns self in nn unusual manner during battle. He was fighting againsl a until harvest, Itself the In order that the abso to work in the front lines. the Hun in a fair tight and have It out, excitement following the torpedoing of number of enemies when his machine lute needs of the allies may be met lillt that cannot be. The Hun cun- DREAMS SON IS KILLED by an incendiary hul-f- . the steamship OrOfsaj was related by a as set on tire from America's meager store. Five not ighl fair, because he knows in a HUNS KILL AMERICAN "ACE" report Just received from London conHe lump, d from bis airplane at large mills, fifty wholesale and retail fair fight he would be .denned off the Woman Then cerning the conduct of r79 Y. M. C. A. (US height of sVOM feel and fell behind grocers, Gets Notice of Hla ull hotels und scores of pa- earth He will be ehuumd off any Sergeant Frank Baylies Brought Down workers who were on board. The Lieutenant dc TU ha French linos. a Death. triotic citizens have batons in their how, but it will take us longer; Hull's Machine Falls by Cermans was sunk uini,. approaching the enne has hroughl down his tenth en A vivid dream in which she saw her entire stocks for the use of the gov- all." in Flames. British Isles. A Y. M. C. A. secretary Bjy plane and bus become an "ace.'' foster son, Bergt A. F.. Wegner of the ernment, und bnva pledged themselves N'o ieejbi In the United States, as In was washing his full set of "store nt .i ml Madon bus brought down inedieal division. Three Hundred and to use no more until the present need Kurnpe, the (pievllon is asked a mil. l'lirls, June 22. Sergl. Frank Bay tooth" when the torpedo hit. Fie went Thirty-seconis Infantry at Camp Sherbus passed. No more wheal flour will lion limes a day. Ilow many SgfcHwg man, lies of Sew Hedloril, Mass., on,' of the to his room for his grip, stepped Into killed and which prompted helbe sold, and the entire output sjf tie men has the United States in l iiinee? "aces" flying with the a lifeboat, manned nn oar und, after MOT ACTUALLY IN WAR YET American lo write lb.' soldier warning him mills is to be placed ut the disposition Thai question can be answered only Trench army, has been brought down rowing n few minutes, felt that his in using a horse In his work, has In Washington. of the food administration. I don't know, ami the eiulit miles within the Herman lines, hand was hurting. He opened his Real Hostilities for the United States to rOBM true. It was learned llie other censor, quite properly, would not let day following a duel with (ieiniau airmen, hand, something dropped, und he realfrom Mrs. lm Kurr. 1220 Upton Brain in September, Says U1 me tell If I did know. Hut I Bayi the front. PLAN BIG BEAR HUNT ize. only then thut through all the said a dispatch fi aw nuo, .Minneapolis, the mother. Congressman. probably be permitted to say this by four (ioniums crowded minutes he had curried those lies was iittur-keWorried over llie dreiiin Mrs. Farr much: The a very while making a flight. A French air- "store teeth" which had bitten the hand wrote the soldier, who in turn suld Washington June 22. Itcpreseahv Farmers in West Virginls Worried large army luTutted Stutes has France. .to w Ii Hi ssed the fight last saw that saved them. that Ida work did not require the use Over Depredations. live Caldwell of New York declared luiililikLi t ti fi ru mu L I nit ti ir ..ii .., Yanks Have the Spirit. of a horse. However, before the letter Keen use of Indn hunting seasons alter the meeling of the house mill They know how to light and they of ruasburunce hud Mind Bull Cslf Brings $106,000. the gr tary committee with Secretary Maker bears have multiplied in great numreached her Mrs. Champion Sylvia Johanna, a bers In West Virginia, ami their night- have the spirit. They know what Putt received a lel. -- iuiu from the war nil General March chief of staff, that They know what It department udvislng her Holsteln bull calf, sold for is far as the I'nlt.d Slates wus conHun French Exchange Soon. ly depredutious are keeping the farm- death means. thut the boy Paris, June 22. French prisoners IUH000 at the State Fair park In ers worried. More than 200 sheep have means to have un arm or a leg ahot hud met wilh un uccideut. ned (he war would begin next off. They know already what it means who bine been In Oermuny since Au- Milwaukee The previous record price !!y that time American troops Investigation sho ed thut he bad been killed by the animals within the to lie wounded out In No Mini's Laud gust, 191 4. will he exchanged on June was SKI.imjo. paid for the calf's mothbeeu throw n from u horse, suffeiiug a i'l be equipped to make themselves last few weeks. An organized according to the Petit Journal. er, May Kcho Sylvia, a year ago. till an army nurse picks them up. imciuieu sauil, Huui winch he 24, hunt la being planned. fnJL Ml rJE FAILS TO VM SA15ENT o i i I I h.-- J -- hl Ituna-titnega- n ) iv-- los-'.-- s . OAE nn Ar-eric- nll at ' d. Cer-nwn- ! hand-to-han- d to-ha- n I 11 ciMirt-mar-- - Or-ons- -- thirty-fourth- d - ( YANKEES SMASH $50,000,000 IS DAY BILL Books IMPOSING ATTACK " l U.S WAR Closes Its BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT A. B. SKILLM AN, BY THE GERMANS Government Specially Trained Huns, Sent to Win Decisive Victory, Suffer Overwhelming Defeat. MACHINE GUNS CRUSH ENEMY Great t Is Broken Up With Heavy Losaen to the Kaiser's Troops Americans Use Their Bayonets on the Boches. Counter-Assaul- President - RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting Cashier Covering the First Year of the War. THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN HARDINSBURf. IRVINGTON SERVICE CONTENTMENT 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Lonnie Keys and Mrs. Keys have moved to Cloverport. Allen Bandy has the ClifTton Mills school this winter. Miss Eva Basham has gone th her uncle's, Will Bisham to make it her home. liar $1,500,000,000 IN JUNE Enormous Outlay Necessary to Meet the Multitude or Big Bills Run Mrs. D W. Scott, Somerset has gone for the Army and to Mites Run to be the guest of her the Navy. sister, Mrs. Orrin Hardin and Mr. sell"' he to. "I 111 yov hr Ik in mi V xl in hp ' ti ta svi Cc cat the Washington, .Inly 1. The (tovcrn-meu- t Mrs. Kotnine and son. Misses Mettle. closed Its hooks for the fiscal Washington. June IB On hundred r Just ending the first full lise.il and Mattla irgloia laylor have reveil BEWLEYVILLE nml nineteen ciiMtinllics Ust Amorl-myear In the on Monday will turned from Custer wher they wars D T. expeditionary forces WflM nn- open new annual records. Cabinet the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Gross has returned home after department, rllrld- - members mid other heads of depart-niepu- s I'snick. raani iy the i follows: Twcnt a two weeks visit in Louisville with killed in will make reports to President Murray Heard has returned from action; live died of wounds; six from Wilson covering tlielr stewardships of her aunt, Mrs. James Witt. disease; three from in cident : H funds anil responsihilitles for the year llattieshurg, Mis. Miss Laura Mell Stlth and Robert Lt Jones, A'onticello has been WIIUBllad severely; one wounded, declosinir .lane .'id. Stilh took six o'clock dlnuer with Mis k of Hard In Kovernineni ftnancial history the c!( cted cashur oflhe Man rive undetermined and live missing in Virginia Head Wednesday evening. u lion. year will fp down as period of ex- insburg & Trust Co., M. U. Kincheloe Mrs. Matilda Shaw, Mystic epent a pense hardly dreamed of a decade lgOi will soon join the army. Washington, few day recently in Bewleyville. Jum W Defeat of Mm Ihan l600lOOIMWO is the actual M. I) Heard Jr. and Ralph Beard are henvy OmJMM attack! on n front n? outlay since .Inly I. HI17. to meet the Mr. and Mr. J. M. Compton, Mr. more loin it mile mid n half on the multitude of hit-- hills run up for the at home from Hcrea after a two Wieks and Mrs. C. M. Compton, Mr. and visit to their aunt, Mrs. R M. Knglish line l!ellonii llouievlies wild very semy and the navy, the shipbuilding Mrs. Sanford McCoy, Mr. and Mr. Rev, Knglish. vere Iovms to the enemy is rcportiil piogrnm. airplau nstruction. coast and Finis Claycomb and Mrs. Wade Dmry in General Pewblng latest defense rcpilrcments, other govern Ellen Beard was in Miss Judith spent Sunday at Lincoln Park near The attack, which was mental activities and the needs of the Louisville lasf week. kid gens vi e Made eaily in ilie WOfllllH hfokfl down allies for America n loans to Rnanct Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Kincheloe have completely, the i ommii nitpio tales, purchases of war materials In this Th fine rain which fell F'riday wa from a visit to her parents. leaving the American poxl ions hKMt, country. In peace times the govern- - returned certainly appreciated for we needed W. Meauor. ( npntre oi 11 or mon prlsonera In menl spent less than .S1.IKKl.iMlil.iKHI an Dr. and Mrs. J. it so badly. I'.elleall wood, bringing the numher anally, Mrs Hiram Phelps has returned Miss Wilda Triplet and sister, Lucy taken hy the Americana to near! More Than a Billion a Month. from the Mammouth Cave. 1 ,000, Triplet are visiting relatives and also is announced. WItll the addition of the .Sl.L'lKl.000 Misses Margaret and Klnor O'Reilly friends in and near Hardinsburg. which the government spent In tie Troops Sp?cir.lly Trained. home from a weeks visit in With lh American Army nt ho three months of war preceding this (are at Wade Drury, Lakeland spent a few Manse, Nae ir..- Latest in fornmt ion Bacal year, the war's cost In moncv to iwersboro. days at home this w ek Walter Crider, Louisville is visiting n 11800,000,000. nbtalneal frraa Oermno prisoners, espe- date has The Usurline Sisters have gone to Mrs. Gillie Dowell. Miss Edythe Harrison, Sioux City, cially a praaaiaa rnptala, a ad from War activities are now dralnins Mt. St. Joseph in Daviess county to his sister, Iowa, arrived Friday for several week Do not forgtt the auction at I fihout SoO.t KHI.noO a day from the mi-- I spend their vacation. other aoarrea, show that the Qermaa visit with relatives We recalkj House in Hardinsburg July 8. a attar, mi ibe Rellean wood ami tion's puhllc treasury and In June the Misses Tripiett. Uewleyviile have .1 '. .fc. W J Schopp arrived home Monday-spenwa an imposing operation. rnnning expenses were graatar tbaa r.aytnes visit among wiLii pleasure I.O IL Miss Irene Moredock, L,onjsville is of Mrs. Bettie having two weeks at Dawson us last summer and welcome Specially rehearsed storm troops ever hefore, Iboagh lonns to allies been the guests her visiting Mr and Mrs C. W. Huwe;., dropped to less than in tiny month Norton. were brought up from one of Frit Springs return. she is on her way to Marion, Ky. von Billow's divisions. in Louisville on I". J. Hcok wa They had or since the T'nited States hecame a hel-Master Clifford Dowell spent last Mrs Gcorg Sheirell and Mrs. Dav Mi. and Mrs Paul Wilsou, Moraia ders to II tin a decisive defeat on liferent in April, 1917. Includlnir business Thursday and Friday. week with his grandparents, Mr. and Wilson and baby of Greensburg are were in town Wednesday. for the la Si two days of ihe the Am Tleaas. as It arsa recognized Tom Cannon ard family have gone to Mrs. Wm Dowell, Unto a Star. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B S. 'lint their morale and colitidenee were month, not yet recorded, expenditures Misses Anna Frances and Elojst heir farm near McDinicis to spend Mis E. A. Blain, Lakeland, Fla., Wilson near Corners. XtMM were nhollt .l.."ilKI,(KKI IKH). or by ti Intalteiy raiaed atinned aw for Crews are visitiug their grandparents the summer. ci ssfui amgi'i'sja, irMeli already cuts approximately the same as the record ar'ived Wednesday and will spend the Stuart Uabbage was in our midst at McCiuady. Dgnre of the Chaleau Mrs, Purnell, Louisville is the guest summer here Sunday Mrs. J. T. Johnson and Mits Francis railway, Ordinary where war expenses ihe enemy found lor the of her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Hess and Mrs Eugene Connor fell Friday and Children's Day at this place Sunday IfcGiOthlun Johnson, Louisville spent strong natural defensive poeltlou. month amount to about $1298)00,000, Mr Hess. severly sprained her left arm was quite a success. Everytniog went n new high record, and payments last week here with her parents. to Carried Six Days' Food. Quarterly meeting was held at the Miss Ruth Ramsey has returned Iron) off nicely. There were people from allies were approximately $386000,000, d The atlackers were liountifully Mrs. Sam KaflM and children, FYaDs M. E church Sunday and Monday. Bowling Green where she attended all over the county here and some few Willi machine guns and llanie less than half the $000,000,000 which fort are guests of Mr. aud Mis. A D out of it. The crowd was the largest Miss Dewey De.laruette has accepted school projector. Artillery units (rata ev- - the treasury aaa ally has furured as necessary to finance ihe allied purTele Ashcraft. i position with the Cumberland entl adjolalaf Sector were ordered Mrs R. A. Crawford and baby left here on Children s Day tor a long Mrs. J. B. Hotell returned to in i The patriotic drill given by the to concentrate a destructive tire for chases in the United Slates every pbotie Co., as relief operator. Sunday for Schereville, Iud., where she time home in New Albany Saturday having month. I'se of ships to transport several hours upon the American poand daughters, Mrs J. C. Lewis joins her husband who has a railroad young ladies was tine and credit is due troops to France, instead of for war spent several weeks with her sou. sitions. Musses ICxie and Lillian Lew is have there and will mnke it their Miss Meuiah Payne for the success of Deputy Sheriff J. B. Hottell The Ccatmins cnrcleii rations for six materials. Is considered rcsponsihle this drill in her untiring effort to one to Meade county to visit relatives. home in the luture primarily for the reduction of allied days and trenwutdous stores of The Boy Scouts weut to Falis ol make it a success. Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth is a,t hums. Misses Grace Wright and Corine gun am ,fiiniti.n. The Oermana Rough Monday for a camping trip. Rev and Mrs. L K. May and childEnormous Receipts in June. home to spend her vacation with her Kemp and brother. Harry Kemp Came figured uiK.Viikitii! I'.elleau wood and cott Master H. K. Kirk being uwa,. Oaring to the big Inflow of income parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitworth. Houresi-lyKIn storm and on dlgglm; from Louisville Saturday to spend a ren, Louisville, our former pastor, doing Y. M C A work, Rev. Watson agreeably supi ised the people by drop, in iiuiff the positions were colisoli- - anil excess profits taxes this month, Mis Tom Khodes has returned to accompanied them. Rev. P. H Rvau two weeks vacation with their parents, ping in on us here and attending ChildKrupp guns were moved up receipts for June have eclipsed all for- drM. her home in Llitchneld after a visit will join them ttle latter pari of the Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp. from taxation and oth to support ihe infantry, hut the at- - Per records. ren's Day We certainly did enjoy Mrs. Thus Smith, Braudenburg was er minor sources of revenue receipt! with her sister. Mis. Mattie TealT. week. atck was atterl) crushed, the having them with us once more, also the guest of Mr. auil Mrs. W. J. Dieck lev. May's fine sermon Sunday night. There was a called session ol the artillery blasting the lire expected to amount to more than C. D. Hook, Louisville spent the man Tuesday . ground beneath the attackera' feet, $2.VJV),000.000, Payments on Liberty Fiscal Court here Satuiday. week end with his family, Mrs. E P Hirdaway is on the sick' and Ihe foe suffered the severest cas-lll- l Bond mid certtflcntea of Indebtedneaa Morgan Bros, have put a fresh coat I.i sue Walker was in Owensboro Miss Helen Board visiie-list Irieuds at have fielded nearly $1. 400.000.000 lies -i of puint ou their livery stable Basin Spring week. Expenses for the entire flacal year Tuesda en business. Meanwhile our machine (runs cut Ihe Several around here threshed wheat Serveral from here attended the funMr. and Mrs. Tom Macy, Kphesus were reported us follows: Teuton "slosshiipen" lo pieces. Mrs Forrest Louisville this week of Mrs. Joseph Basham at her late jf her pareral Ordinary expenses for various gov were the week end guests was lu see her mother, Mrs H. Quit a numher of the young folk Yanks Bayonet Foe. country home Thursday afternoon. eminent departments. $TW7jOOO,Ont ents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Meador. Krcbs leal week. Mrs Krebs is sufferTo Ihe eastward the enemy attended the ice cream suppers at pnymenta to allies. $4.708)00.000 ; In- -' Mrs W. J. Schopp returued Monday Miss Mai tine Monarcn has returned ing with rheumatism. in ilehouchlng from the Webster, Gustun and Big Spring. tereal mi Liberty Bnnda and other pub- after visiting relatives in Louisville ftotn a visit to relatives in Louisville railway Ktalion. penetrating lie debt it Prof. II It Kiik was in Louisville s. $1T.000,000; federal Miss Ruth Gross has returned to BMMsg 'lie RSMkea road, hut the Aiaeri- Miss Ruth McCubbins, Hardinsburg Mrs. C. M. While, Bostou will ar- Saturday. H- - received an appointment farm hums (to he repaid). $8.1,000,000 ; her home after a two weeks visit to eim machine guanef poured in a with- - Pilimmil canal, $19,000,000, In addition. rive soon for a visit to her parent, to do Y. M C. A work at West Point is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. her aunt, Mrs. Jim Witt. Little VirjMltg lire o'l Ihom, and Ibea Ihe Amer$0.71 JKMUMfl certlflcataa issued ear- Mr. and Mrs Taylor Scaid. and left Monday to take charge of is M A. McCubbins. ginia Witt accompained her home. Infantry debouched from the ruins lier In the year were reileemi d. ican Sample Mrs Anna J. Dieckman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Philips and duties. f I .on resell es. Helen Payne continues her visit in treasury notes were visited her daughters, Mesdames MorD C, are lh mvepi the station clear, hay-eTh' Misses S illie and tfolli Gibson, Mr Hardinshurg with her grandparents, vstiaayaofl nattaoal Isajsk oi by, Washington, paM mid 1 gans last week. guests cf iter parents, Mi. and Mrs, ling any fieri rut aa, Bndlea trims-Rxe- mid federal hank notes were retip-dO. Taylor aad Muttory Taj tor motorMr. and Mrs Milton West v ilh cold ite T. jolly. littered the mud. Miss Lillian Blaine is visiting her ed from M..ceo Taday sad war From Loans and Excess Profits. Lillian Payne, Meade county ha hn: not a American was steeetpta for Ike year, without recaunl, Mrs. Graham Jolly, Cloverport. Circuit Clerk I'aul Hislmni 6ptnt guests oi Mr. and Mis. D. G. Bright. returned home after a few days visit ords of the last two days, UNJM Saturday '! Sunday in Louisville. Mrs G. E. Shively is visiting j Maughter, Bilaabethtown apaat with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The flertttaa machine winner us follows; Liberty loans, ,7.- in Owcusboro aiitf Hebbardsville. D. C. Herou, Itvlggtng and D C the week end with Miss Eveivn Kin Miner Payne. Ihelr weapons and lied. flflflflflsHlOO . ii me and exce ss profltl ahimdo'ied l, Hardinsburg Prof Andrew HtiwnatniTt f ipiuis ilropp il their taxea, $2.11.00IM)U0 Mis. D.le Smith anil Miss Helen Mrs. Boyd Keith has gone to Camp (with prabr.bty Moorman, Glen Dean were in town mine NsfOWcrs and rushed into the S.Min.iKKI.iKKi or more yet t Smith, II .It are of Mr. and wa in town Suuday Sherman, Ohio. no In); Saturday. tlelds he.slilc 111 rot (1, where they were miscellaneous Internal revenue sources, H. A. Ater, Irvington was here Miss Annie Jolly , Ti x'as has been t he Mrs Lai ii. Cox Oakland. R. M. Stith has returned to Louislater rounded up. $8SMXNM)00: War Havtasvi and Thrift guest ol hei aunt. Mis. Kliza Hendriek. Miss Balhi r Mtlburn visited friends Monday. ville after spending hi vacation with All day long the (toman hallerles Stamps. inise, llnneoiis A. T. Blaine, Lakeland arrived Suc- - his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stlth. Mis H. J. RobeUsoD, Louisville is at Big Spring last week. maintain d a hitrissjug Hie on ihe revenue, 287.000,000 Panama canal Mi. and Mrs. M iniel Brooks spent da) aud will spend Ihe summer here. positions. tile guest ot her daughter, Mrs. M. D The OerVMUSl American Walter Cain has returned to Indiantoils. IfiJHfljMS, clearly were Mnaperuted bj the coin- Heard and Mr. Heard. the week end in Henderson. apolis after a visit to relatives here. The govertimenl also took in ss. phie faMnra of ihe attack. (Kiu.tMKi from suit of certlflcataa of a Mi s Lda McGhec, Louisville is Mis. Morris Heard will arrive home ilebtedneaa redeemed later in the year; from Hatlit.sburg, Miss Ameiion Commanders in Charge. LODIBURG the last of spending this week with Miss Verda LOCUST HILL Washington, June l& Two complete $1,080X00 from postal savings bond; this week. McGtiee and Miss Catherine McGhec. Aiiierieao divisions, under Ainericau .sl!,1.rtl,tKK) deposited lor purchase of ul I hn Prui.o lt will hn The earpentt rs are at work on Dr. R. one year Ireasur,, notes under the j ,,, . coiuniainleis. are now facing Ihe . D. E. Deacon and daughter, Miss ... . iesu)ieiiin 'jiiuieu vy eiiucsoay cvci. Willie were in Louisville last week reserve act, and $10240,000 depos-Mas- J I. Stephensou's dwelling on the lot Rv. Dunkum, Prsidnt of Kings-woo- d on the wesh rn front, nieinhers College assisted by the pastor lor retireinent of national hunk next to Mr. John Hoben. of the house uiiiitary alfaira coninslttaa ou ing goous. and federal reserve hank notes. Rev. Phillip closed a successful rewere told hy war depa II menl ollicial.s. Craham Kskridge, Washington, D. C Mrs. Roscoe Hendry was in Louisville The hli; proportions of yovernmciit is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Aildir vival at th Methodist church Tueiday' The reinaliider of the America a troops last week shopping. Saancing tMa year afV shown sharii- - Kskridge. In France an- aatfM hricaded with ihe night Thar were several addition to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin and th church I'rench and Bnjllah. hut oftlcials said ly hy comparison with r ids of the Miss Ruth MeCuDbiuf lias returued ling year, itself it record. Then pri they hoped soon to have lour or Bvi daugnter, Mary Ellice visited Dr. J. Miss Edna Stone, Louisville i the Miss Miry Pile who hasbaen visiting separate divisions, witk complete avia ordinary expenses were $1,147,000,000 from a visit to her grandmother in M Haidin and Mrs. Hardin, Brandenguests of relatives here this week. ft lemls it Cuustautluc ha returued and loans lo allies $875,000,000, or u Stepht nsport. tlon mid artillery rnntlngi nil in uc burg last Saturday and Sunday MK 1,000,1 Hi. total of less Mum Mi-- . OrdiMrs. Missouri Watts and neic, Miss Flort nee Moorin.tu, Glen Dean hums. tion. Miss Mamie Decker was the guest of nary revenue receipts were ilorslay of Harnad are the guests of was ti e Sunday guest oi her d.tughtei Johnny Lewis Gray, Owcntboin is Miss Ada Pearl Payne last Saturday. ami payments on the first Lib- Mrs. relatives. CUBA AIDS VICTIMS OF WAR j. K. Meador and Sup! Meador visiting ralntivea here. erty Loan ameiiiit.il to $ 1,4110.000.(100. Wilber Cox, Sample spent the week Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Algood went to Mr and Mis. Gardner Pile, Holden. !"r. anil Mrs T T. Dowtdl, Gai field end with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Louisville Friday to President Menocal Distributes $250,000 VON see her brother. W Va , spent Thursday afternoon th their sons I). D and Ka SEYDLER TO KEEP OFFICE are Walter Adkissou. Among the Allied Nations as and Dowell. Colemcn and Alyin Carman who are at ! Mr and Mis. W. T. i.ie-gorgU tl Relief Fund. Misses Delle and Willie DeacOg were Camp Taylot. Mr tad Mil L D. F"x and children Emperor Charlea of Austria Refuse the guests of Miss Vautler Robertson of tttephc t, motored to town Sunto Accept Resignation of Mr. Heiny Carman, Harnad was tha week Mrs. s H Davis spent Havaaa. Jwisa l& Hraaidaal Moaja day. last Saturday aud Sunday. His Premier. guests of friends here last week with her father, Mac. Ouiggins at the eal. under Hiilhorily granted Mis Kob Hendriek is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Basham made Madrid Cuban congress which rcceully estali-llsheFarmer would be glaU to se good l.imeK I'avne and son, Hvin Pay ue, London. July 1- .- Kmpemr Charlea their d icghler, Miss Jennie a present eiedll of f.,400,IMM) nunuully n rain. Mr. aud Mrs. liomir Alexander of Austria bus refused to accept the Claikbou an visitors in town. of a line piauo last week. for isc in HldliiK war victims in the vateitainedtu dinner Sunday; Mr and Mis Helen Cashraau has purchased rious Hilled nations, Iiiih authorized resignation of the Austrian premier. W. T. Gregory, Mr and Mia B. irs Undergoes Operation. distribution t $250,000 of the amount Doctor miii Seydler, uud has sum a n ce piano. F May aud daughter, LI llan, J M. moned the Austrian purl hi men I to s faHMMi June Baudy was iu Hardinsburg one urns ar rami y. Inr luu Mrs u. a Krauce, $100,000; United Mr. A. E.I Smith of Eonlsville, Stutea. meet on July 10, ttccnrdluif to an COS MEAT uider. TeleKriiph dispatch from ' 10 XKI; loaratin aud diugliter, Louise aud day last week on business. Bmfaad. $40,000; Italy, went an operation for intestinal trouble nenhiigen, which states ihe Vienna Owen Basham, Sample visited his Sunday June .11. sod Mil U e Macy ItelKiuin, U),000. The money baa ess mt SMuuk cstACMr&j 2, at hi home. The to the heud of the Kcd newspapers have published mi auto hecn eabl-.MSB M KU M lii Ue to .,11, ud too District Sunday uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Cox last latest news from Mr. Smith it that h OJM1A1K1IW viuuer letter from the emperor to Von i coun-rurgauiaatlon lu each Ked 'ci School Convention at Freadom Sunday weak. is steadly improving. i . ipcymer to tuiti eiieci. n war--and Hardin. m l. I July 7. Fraeaom i on of the oldest churches and there has never bean a Convention held ther. Tak vour Miss Marline Mostly, O.vensboro is lunch with you and spend a pleasant HRa well as a profitable day in the tlie guest of Prof, and Mrs Kirk. service of Cod. Mrs Willis 1'ayne is vary ill at this Handy and son, Henton Mis. Baady spent the week end in Louis writing. ville. Mrs. E'lzihcth Brown is visiting Master Homer Unternehr and sister, friends in Cloverport. Mi.-- s Tommie L'nlernehr li ice returned Miss Lillian Ma spent the week to their home in Klmnbet htown after end near Irvington the guests of Mr. several weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs aid Mrs Sam Carden O. T. Marshall. Mrs Kate Tucker who has been Messrs Kdmund Carter aud Havden visiting relatives in Louisville for Hramlette went to PHat, Mich., last some time has returned home. She week. They motored back in new cars was accompanied by her grandson. for J. M Herndon. Master Ernest Tucker. Warren May and son, Lexington Mrs. Sue Beard, Louisville I th visited Messrs and Mesdames S 1'. guest of Mrs. Ethel Moorman and Mr. Parks and I. M. Herdon last week. and Mrs Vic Pile. Miss Eula Neufus spent the ivrek end liov McCoy and Miss Alma Marshall with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hunger. were unitetl in marriage Tnursday by Miss Klvelyn Hramlette is clerking in Rev C L. Bruington at the home of the bride's parents, in Louisville K. F. Alexander's store. They are now the guests of Mr McMr. and Mrs. M. K. Gilbert, Haducah Coy's parents, Mr. nd Mr James were here last Tuesday calling on McCoy of this place. The people of triends. They were euroute home from Harnad wish to extend to them heart Louisville and Fraukfoit. Mrs. Gi will be remtmbtrei1 as Miss Eula iest congratulations and best wishes. belt Sherdie Basham is teaching a very Payne ana Mr. Gilbert is a prominent Lawyer and Representative of Puducah. successful singing school at Freedom. -- I - STEPHENSPORT Bom-eacke- t t j 1 i I s . sup-pile- po-iti- ma-chi- Franco-Ame- rican I it d .s om-ve- ar V n d . I !:! L I relH-tiv- es Dri-kel- ; , Cer-inaii- s fed-era- t inlii , - HARNiD '.1 K $1,11N,-(KKI.IK- y d m $40,-0O- y uauK-d- REGISTRANTS OF JUNE 5, 1918 INTERESTING LETTER I Continued from page me qtii'e so quickly as just such an one as I have described; that of some dear old mother in distress, for it makes tuc think of my own mother', and how very much I love her. Ami I mention the above incident not for the sake of any pattwi it might contain, but simply to let you know that such scenes are but frequent occurrences over here. But t continue the trip tow anl - bibles d'Olonne to which it) we are travelling: At the next village, scarcely amilc distant, we were met by a crowd oi shouting youngsters who gave us a royal reception and "hurrahed" us thru the winding torturous streets of their little village while our powerful trucks with their motors going full speed anil the drivers keeping the horns blowing constantly, and all the gang yelling at the top of their lungs' capacity in recognition of the ovation given us by the youngsters and the Madenio-isetle- i of the erstwhile peaceful village. "Here Conic ze Americans." they say, all along the route, and then we rush thru their sleepy little hamlets along the way with much noise characteristic of the typical Americanwhile chickens, goat-- , and dogs flee from our path and we arc enveloped by the elottd of dust which follows in our wake. Upon our arrival at Les Sables d1 tonne, a city of about twenty-liv- e thousand, hundreds of the inhabitants arac out to welcome us and we make this same sensational entrance with great gusto as some conquering general might have decended upon ancient Rome. We are the only American troop-- who have ever visited the city anil although wc have been going there for several weeks, our visits have notyct ceased to be a novelty to the natives. They are wonderful people though, as are all the French. This city, as I have told you in other letters, was, prior to the war. one of the most popular summer resorts in all France, being excelled' only by Nice and Monte Carlo on the Mediterranean. Now, however, the attractions are not quite so numerous but it is still a very live place. Here the different Ulied soldiers come to recuperate Every color and design of uniform imaginable is teen upon the board walk and the atmosphere has a decidedly military flavor. e- lutrly essential for the One Hundred and Fifty-Fiv- e and contentment of the men. They Have Attained the Age of are vitally necessary for this reason: Manhood Since June, 1917. Everyone seems to unconsciously rewell-being Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THF HOWARD Glen Dean, Ky. I I aoecKTSO. fniHilo. I M Directory of HOWARD I.ullier ilassrock. Axtcl; Curry, Union Star; Arthur Kanapplc. Stcphcnsport : Samuel Allen, Clover-porFrank K. Stormes. McDaniels; Philip K. Rhodes. Axtcl; Clarence Sermon, Kirk: Harry V. limn nn. West View; Cecil Quiggins, Harrlini-hurR- ; (iuiii Daunherty, (ilen Dean: L.mrencc Tucker. Askins: I.ee Wells Kockvalc; I'rentis I'ullen. Steilicns port; Roy Kennedy, HardinshurK, ; Ruhy Lee Maysey, Addison; Virgil rlardimburg; Dowell. Gltn I'.ell. Hardins-burR- ; IrviiiKton; Ovie Dowell. William Lampton, Wtt View; McKinley William Moore. West View; Cloverport: Heron Jones. Nick (Vitelline. Axtcl; Willuir Amies, lardinsburg; Forest liasham, Kay mond; Dave Snyder, Loditmrg; Eta rett Pile, Custer; P, Ramsey, ConMacey stantine; Win. McKinley Ledibttrsi Elbert o. Dntichkc, Am Guston; rtions: Gilbert II. Dowell, Arthur I.ee Lewis. Madrid; Klmer Holmes, KvcleiKh; Willie Helm. Madrid; Carl Whitworth, Mook; Henry Wilson, Hudson; Kverctt Morgan, Amnions; Earnest Curry, Garfield; Klihu Adkisson. Irvington. Route No. 2; Joseph Merlin Elder. Mooleyville; Arnold I'ool, Hudson; HardinsWilliam McKinley Blair, Knight, Narrows; burg; Earnest Hardinsburg; ClarSilas Wardrip, ence McGuffin, Locust Hill; Era Ward Kiper, Franks; Kirby Bcnja-minLocust Hill; Eddie Gannaway. Fisher; Samuel B. Meadow, Kings-wooRomie Taul, McQuady; Willie Turpin, Tarfork; Lawrence Beavin, Mattingly; Paul Britc, McDaniels; Francis M. Ferry, Cloverport; Al Hardinsburg; James fred Basham, B. Pitch, Cloverport; McKinley Rob- Ivan Roy Burnett. t erts. Cloverport; Van::ant; William Sutton, Hardinsburg; Noah Tabor, Gartield; Pete Frank Payne. Moore. West View; Hardinsburg; Robert Stribling. Clarence Redmon, Mooleyville; John M. Lyon, Irvington; Joe Manning. Macy. Gartield; Kdmond Mooleyville; George W. Vessels, Mooleyville; Byron M. Whitehead. Cloverport; Bryan Miller, Hardinsburg. Route Xo. Ij Herbert L Hall. Stiff, McQuady; Thomas Owen Mooleyville; Harold Smith, Garfield; Isaac Raymond Gootlcy, Cloverport; Forest Moorman, Cloverport; ConBig Spring; Willie N'ofris, nie B Noble, Webster ;Walter M. Tate. Cloverport; Jessie W. Woods, Garfield; Willie B. Stiff, Union Star; Jesse Dickerson, Custer; William A. Hardest) Webster; Irvie Comptoii. Ed. Garfield; Mac Noble, I'rymire; Hcnning. Hardinsburg; Robert Hoy-l- e Haynes, Stephensport : Mertis O. Severs, Union Star; Mercereau Spalding, Glen Dean; Gus Brown, Cloverport; Sam A. Haycraft. McQuady; Estell E. Davis, Woodrow; Floyd F, Quiggins, Harned; Charles R. Wheat ley, Hardinsburg, Route No. 1; Patrick Miller, Cloverport; Denton Whitworth, Garfield; Allen Dowell. Hardinsburg; Kliner Payne, Hardinsburg; Herbert Jarboe, HardinsWood-row- ; burg; Anderson J. Davison, Livey Clark, Mook; Herman W. Galloway, Mook; Alva Lee Whitworth, Constantine; Hobart Moxley, Cloverport; Vanzant; Jess Hall, HerClyde Quiggins, Constantine; bert November, (Col.) Cloverport; Hobart Bellou, Ammons; Joshua Bryant, Ammons; James E. Bolder, Cloverport; John Logan Drury, Irvington, Route No. I; James P. Morgan, Amnions; Irvie Sipes, Garfield; Raymond; Allen Richard Chism, Joe Kellog Basham, Woodrow; Andra Critchelo, Swink, Webster; McDaniels; Percy Hobart Frank, McDaniels; Owen B. Nichols, GarBeavin, Cloverport; Lewis field; Carlie Leslie, Mook; Guy Holder, Vanzant; Franklin Priest, Irvington, Charlie Robinson, Mook; Raymond Haynes, Irvington; Owen Haynes, Irvington; William L. Rollins, Stephensport; Charles L. Law son, Corners; Claude Galloway, Roff; Roy Jackson, Hardin Springs; McKinley Milan, e Roll; Raymond Parten, Askins; Lyoni, Custer; Denver Bridewell. '. ustcr; Daniel Owen Mattingly, Thomas Fitch, Lodiburg; .Lewis Smith, Kockvalc; Albert Giv-inHudson; Clellie Matthews, Askins; Jeis Fuqua, Glen Dean; Stanley B. Jones, Cloverport; Thomas Harmon Mattingly, Glen Dean; Smith. Custer; Ernest Norris Tabe-linTarfork; Virgil M. Robinson, Fisher; Cloverport; Robert Clark, Norman Lyons, Locust Hill; Harry Mercer, Fisher; Homer Board burg; Hobart Drane, Webster; Oakley Henderson, Rockvale; Rufus II Lyons, luster; Willie Milner Mook; , John F Fentress, Axtel; Irvington, (Col.); Henry Cecil, Hardinsburg (Col ). Ili-nrt; I Al-lis. lyre-Young- alize that should they leave the company of the crowd and go away to themselves alone with their own thoughts they could not stand it; their spirits would begin to droop; they might lose their nerve or become home-sic"A victim of nostalgia." the doctor would say. It rarely ever happens, but a man is no longer any good when the malady docs strike him. It has even been known to drive them ipsane in some cases. So a man without a strong will does not attempt any such reflections. He would uaturallv fear the result, and tearing it would realize the consequences, and so he docs not often leave the society of his comrades. That too. is the reason wc are always so anxious to visit another town when our time for "liberty" arrives. Every man is quick to take advantage of it; to jump on one of the large auto trucks and go to a summer resort south of here about thirty-liv- e miles for the relaxation oi a night and a day. I've written you of Les Sables d'Olonne, andhavc sent you views of the place. About of the boys arc allowed si venty-fiv- e to go at a time, leaving thestation at .'! o'clock each Saturday fefttrnooil FARMS Poland' Polled Durham Cattle. China Hoos. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Have won IIH I) P''ed r . GInD"n' Durham r a 1 SON. Prop Ky' iauie. Shorthorn uuroc Jersey aa Hogs ad Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hojrs XiM.ons at Stale Fairs Past l ive Years Dealer In Leaf Tobacco DOING HIS MOST. ( Illusion l'ot. f Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, Hardinsburg. Denlrr - Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm w. j owen a sons. Meshji Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Poled Durham Cattle ORCHARD HOME FARM G. P. IHAYSLY, Proprietor 0 MMBM of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. llardinshurK.'ky.. Route 2. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS returning Sunday night. Before boarding the trucks we are lined up for inspection; clothes must be spotless, shoes shincd until the Commanding Officer can see his features reflected in them; hat must be immaculate and set correctly on head; every button must be in place We literally sparkle we are so clean. We form a perfect straight line and the Caniinanding or Executive Officer,, or both, walks slowly down this line, stopping in front tt each man and giving him a careful appraisal from hat to shoes; I recall the time when you played a similar role of Commanding Officer in my young life and gave me just such a careful scrutiny, making me "stand at attention" and pass inspection before could go out and play. The crowd usually passes inspection though for they know the penalty if they do not. He is returned to camp and placed on second class conduct liberty for two months, being restricted to the limits of the camp for that length of time. After inspection the order is given: "Conipony-y-- y 'Tenshun Right Face March!'!' Then we tramp thru the dust to the auto trucks for a three hour ride down the coast of the beau'nosing thru tiful Bay of Biscay. s many cnrotite.thc populace is always out to cheer us; throwing Ixxpiets of flowers at us, etc. I am enclosing you a note written in French winch was attached to a caught as boquet of flowers which it was thrown into the crowd by an aged French lady. It had evidently been carefully prepared and awaiting our arrival as they look forward to our coming each Saturday. Ol course you can translate it. it is. "Greetings to our brother Americans; long live our beautiful France; long live the United States." On the end of the paper you will notice the words "Camille Classe lit:.' t." That means that if the war is still in progress in IM that he, Camille her son will enter it at that time for he will be of age then. It was his mother who handed up the flowers to us; an old wooden French peasant wearing shoes and tottering with age. There was a pretty little flower garden with a few vegetables in it in back of their dilapidated brick dwelling from which she had taken the flowers for us. The house looked terribly and neglected and a goat mulched quite contentedly on some rubbish at the front gate. In this little garden in the rear of the house was the usual mound of s so often, with earth which the crude and simple wooden cross at the head of it; that of a son who had returned wounded and died, or who was sent home a corpse. It seems as if in the absence of her son the aged mother could no longer keep the house and vard in good COU-lie onl it ion. cot wh'ch showed any signs of cure was aro.ind tl.c grave in this little gar le i where the dear old soul appeared to have COS ceatrated all the strength and attention that her declining years would permit. One could easily see this for around the mound of heaped up earth the flowers was more luxurant while in other parts of the garden the vegetables were withering in decay and only a feeble attempt bad been made to nurture and care for the plants. It was very sad, mam' Moorman, as the old lady, bent and stooped, walked to the roadside and threw the flowers in oui midst while she made a noble but pathetic effort to smile. I have doubtless witnessed scenes much more heart rending and ter rible, but no scene moves or affect:. small-village1 run-dow- n one-seed I , C Hijrh-Cluss V R0BFRTS0N, MAIM in ilnn't want not Mb1 M nvtth just now As fur NVriilro Wit eon to tell mr how IfM to tin nnst fur my oiuntry. I Can't K" "I1 fr"ii of tin- litis .in' try M ( thr M renin with thai Bmlu. hut Believe m. I'm a NMeVfe OH nut, An' if I tM uf in front I think Inlint- - would Thr Hik-IinV. ! hat ten d Hut I kin make the oi l farm ilo monThis year than imt it' sJmk Roth OCfl of it. an' tOffMf, to.. Hftt tft tp do all it well kttt lo! Like the Mat ipod, in thr furtlr.t row, WoOM knp oui fkaj irom fallin' low! I. it (Mr bof I loir up an' k on away. Wi 'll keep Yin ivItW time Mitari a lay ! I will work this farm so ilnRK"'" hard. From the furthest h.M to the hi front yard. That it will (fOOO with the efOM it totes ! An' will In in up a hum li ( inoOtl T eat tile trimmm of everything. An' make peirk of them. I will, hy jitiK An" I kin raise me a steer fur MOM Our huys up froiit'lt he Mo to eat When this here war oversea in done. An' we havr cured the tho vm' Hun f sue kin' t KK". an' Our Boyt are home, I'll want to Ml in the autumn JWMR An' hear OCCOOOtfl of the Moody row. We'll bbtll have done all we DOW ktQV hiw The farm an' me our Im- humpin' heat An' we'll want to set fur a while an' rest. I Beard Bros. Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco HIM H. NORTON. The Webster Stock Farm Oantr f Farmer. Dealer. Breeder and eeder lof Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, ky. Hardinsburg, Ky. Thos. O'Donoghue Dealer in anil Breeder "f Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. land China Hops and PI) mouth Hock Chickens Po- Park Place G. N. Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle nd Harness I Lyddan Iorses. IS I T MY STABI.LS Farmer and Feeder 1 IT WILL PAY Y01 TO Hardinsburg. Ky.. Route Irvington. Ky. I like to gel in touch with them all the good and brilliant legal moves that Henrv Moorman has undoubtedly made in his time, his decision to enlist instead of accepting a commission eras b) far the best thiiiK be ever did for many reasons There is- much more self satisfaction in the thought that you enlisted and then work your way into a comXo enter an enlisted man mission. and leave an officer is a record of which anyone might be justly proud If Virginia Mctiavock Davis is still there, please give her inv very best wishes. I've always admired her; and of course her baby is very (iive my love to cousin beautiful, Mag Bownear. I've always been SO had acvery fond of her. W ish cess to come of her good hooks again, and the time to read them. ls,i mv lies! regard-- , to Mr Wat son. I'll write hjui when I have the It was given DM by Madame Poontoi-zeau- , time Yiiu know. I've always liked an old French lady who runs a him exceptionally well too. fell restaurant here, and where I often Mildred "hello" for me Does she She purchases it ill take my meals continue to fascinate "all the dear Nanus, to which city she recently , n ip for photograph ap- hoys"'" made will try and lu my next letter post-carwhich I sent pears on a She is shown standing direct you. tell you about the French people, Madame is a their habits, rasttrm s, etc. .is pgej ly in front of her cafe. dear old soul, constantly mothering requested Bill lean never tell when all of the boys, and they all admire is coming in) vvav to her very much. I've learned more the Opportunity Preach from her than anyone else, euabet me to write a very leugthy although, pardon me she has a rath- letter. So if do nut n so you will er charming daughter that isn't such understand why, and will imt Ik- dis ? N a bad instructor. appointed, will you, dear? Keep the Kerchief for me until I reMy kindest regards to all. turn cs I'll always value it very highlove you so ly Your no the picture of my Did receive i linguistically speakthey arrive at the stage where they can successfully ask for a cigarette, nothing else matters except getting it. It is exceedingly difficult for the French to secure cigarettes, lor our canteens and Y.M. C. A's have but a limited supply and will only sell them to Americans. The average Frenchman would sell his soul for a package of American cigarettes. Doubtless the aroma of the Fathna which I was smoking assailed bis nostrils, for he said in rather ponderous: accents eef you "GitT me one pleeze."! did. After lighting same for him he replied. "Merci beaucoup. Monsieur," and strolled off puffing away contentedly much to the envy of his brother Frenchmen along the board walk. am also enclosing you a silk handkerchief a souvenir of France. any ambitions ing -- vere to have been sent ine. and Kvi-yon would thank him tor me. Am sorry that the postal authorities would not accent the box. and had not heard, of such a rattan betai in to effect until recently, although I've noticed that none ot the hoys have It appears received package! lately. that many people "over there" were abusing the privilege 1" tending unWhile standing in front of, our ho- necessary articles, and therein taktel there tWO Sundays ago enjoyiing ing up the space that could lie rued the smooth, blue watersiOt the Bay for MippUcs, munitions, etc. For of Biscay. I was approached by a instance, one chap, in a package lie French soldier who, aiter Standing received. BOt ajar of CO Id cream, nice by me for a few minutes, finally said stuff for a soldier, eh "In time, our very slow 1;, and carefully. "Isn't them ('ommaiKliii!' Officer says that he agreed with him waters placid?" they will lift the embargo; that that they were, but did not attempt it is just done to relieve the congesto go into any lengthy explanation tion temporary. A very lare amin the French language as to why I ount of mail and package! have heen thought so for Fear might be guilty sent to the Kxpeditionary Forces in of giving him probably a worse shock France; the ship that I came Over On knew was the S. S. Philadelphia, a mail than he had given me. But that I couldn't go far wrong by say- ship. I.otin pouches of mail, printed ing. "Oui .Monsieur." In a short matter and packages came aboard while this man sauntered on down before we sailed frOCfl York eu the promenade, and another took his City. It was stacked up as high as place. His English, however, was our house in Cloverport. a trifle further advanced than the 1'lease give me the addict- - oi first man's. At least, what he did Moorman Willi-- . Henry De Haven ay he said remarkably well; he Moorman, and everyone else uli" il knew how to ask for a cigarette. over here that I know, 'fell me what doubt if he hail Cloverport hoys arc over here as I'd Further thtan that I I -- PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS 1 Having ready cash tor sudden cnierjiencits is possible only when you have saved a part of yi ur salary or wages. Start with a small deposit ir necessary. Increase it as you tan ami soon you will hae a substantial interest-hearinaccount, and a feeling of safety, contentment, pride and independence. p; Safety W, Honesty Pn Vl Courtesy Service FIRST STATE BANK, J. PIOQOTT. HKBNUON, Irvington, Ky. .1. .1. oeat I'rt ildeDt .1. M, 0. PATH B. Cashk i 0. LYDDAN. Asst. Caslu. r Sa polio doing its work. Scouring foru.S.Marine Corps recruits. Join Now! APPLY AT ENOCH MOMCAN'S ONS CO Men who wear this emblem ANY POST OFFICE for SERVICE UNDER THIS are U.S. MARINES for when EMBLEM - Give Courteous Attention When Telephoning Concentration and courteous attention given to a telephone conversation is a mark of respect that will be appreciated. intorri irt5ne on4 ra quests to repeat mar the pleasure of the talk. Concentrate on what is being said and talk with a smile. Courtesy is like oil to machinery the lack of it will cause friction and friction in telephone talking is a thing to be avoided. W en you Telephone , Rrpnnpnt d 1 1 s. Smilt 1 Frank. friend, the French Corporal, which I sent you? He is an interpeter at L. Moorman, Address Frank tins stauoii at present. He is to U. S. Naval Air Station, Fronientiiie, start a French clans here very shortVendee, France, Care Postmaster, ly and I intend entering it. ' ;rlc City. It certainly was splendid of Mr.Mi-u- .' 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THllSDfif ONE MEAL "VHEATUKJ ONE MEAL VHEATLE1S OKE MEAL Ui "S S, FOOD ONE MEAL WHEATLESS VHIAILEW WEDNESBff ALL MEALS "WHXATLtSS 1 Farm and Stock According to estimates made by the Department of Agriculture, the total tobacco crop of the United States in 191 ' was I,1M,4S1,QM lbs. The leading tobacco states and the estimated amounts grown by them are as follows: Kentucky. 4'.'i',.i;iio.-00pounds; North Carolina, X04.7M,-00- 0 pounds: Virginia. MaVMMM pounds: Ohio. NIIMN pounds: Tennessee. I1,810,0M pounds: Pennsylvania. M.100.M ' pounds: South Carplina. 31. 1X0,000 pounds; I5,MA,0M pounds: Connecticut .".i.. ".40 0(io and Maryland pounds. The acerage esti"94.ooi mated for these States ranged from 474.00 for Kentucky to '.'1.000 for Connecticut, anil the production per acre, from 1,400 pounds for Connecticut and Pennsylvania to 0:10 pounds for North Carolina. 0 M Moorman. Jr. brought home from the J. H. Miller it Son's sale a Short Horn Bull that cost him Jl.'.iOO. This is a stroke of enterprise that means much for the uplift of the live stock interests in this county. Farmers with good cows now have a chance to improve their herds and lay a splendid foundation for the future. V l. W W. Boling who lives three miles out from Cloverport on the pike, tended acres of wheat besides he has a large crop of corn and 1 tobacco. farm under The Moorman-Bear- d the management of W. K. Moorman. l r iv ing up splendidly. He acres bai U BCrei Si tobacco and of corn that looks fine. -- t.' Pleasant Valley - - We are glad to see Mrs. Annie Manning out again after several months illness. Miss Edna Rhodes, a Red Crois nurse of The Great Lakes and her cou sio, Miss Frances o'Bryan of Chicago are visiting their relatives near Rhode Louisville. lia and Mooley ville. Mrs. Ueorge Holmes and Mrs. Will Horace Vessells and Earl Adkissun VICTORS Ganaway were here shopping Tuesday U. of Hhodelia were the Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes, Mad' guests of Misses Violet and Francis rid went to Camp Taylor Friday to see stack or separator there is always Hardesty. Boche Plane Is Sent to Earth in Mrs. ICmmett Elder and children their son, Herman before leaving for more or less shattering of grain Alanta, Ga. Flames. which finds its way to the bottom visited her mother Sunday. Sunday-schoand singing atCoyles Mrs Lula Shellman, Louisville came wagon and is lost through an of the open bed If these farmers knew down last Saturday returning Wednes- every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and prayer niaeting every Saturday that approximately ".'A bushels of day. Vankee Photo Flyers Are Rescued Prayer meeting at Mt. Gtlead every valuable wheat is lost each day from American Aviators Bomb Dommary Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Greenwell visited each wagon in this manner, there Mr. and Mrs W. K Manning last second Sunday at li o'clock. Barencourt Northwest of Metz. would be few of the common hay Sunday. Mrs James Lampton, Mrs. Sam Washington, June 15. American avirack wagons in use, department speMrs. Jake Milan and Misses Ruth and Louise Elder of Slaughter, cialists say. Mooleyville visited their cousins, Miss- daughter, Miss Ina Skaggs spent Wed ators have carried out their tirst air ruid over Uie Herman es Helen and Brooke IClder last Mon- nesday with Mrs. Jess Gregory. tines. General I'ershlug's latest oaVtal Kentucky's uiaguilicient crop of day and Tuesday. Miss Ina Skaggs and Lawerence DOaaaMBaajM announces that our llyers wheat will in all probability be re The farmers were glad to see the (Joiggins attended singing at Coyles successfully bombed the station of duced by the Western part of the Doiiuuar.v Hareiieourt, northwest of nice rain that fell last Monday night so Sunday afternoon. State aaaT especially Warren county. Clarence Milan made a business tfi Metz. All the Amerieau machines rethey could finish setting tobacco. which county rust will reduce the lumed safely. Ed Shellman made a business trip to to Leitchfield one day last weak. leld 30 to 40 per cent. There is aid YVItli the American Army in I'ranie, Ed Mercer aud Leonard Holmes to be a little rust in Kayette, but Hardinsburg last Mm. day on business. were out on lune 15. In the biggest ulr battle, business one day last week wherein The death angel came and claimed growers say it amounts to practically aviators Dan Gregory spent Saturday and aave engaged with the enemy, our s b nothing. This reduction has caused for its victim, Mrs. Catherine with Minor Gregory and scored u splendid victory In who was born April 12, I847. Sunday proii.und regret, because the growers repulsing an uttuck of from in these sections had planted increas She was Miss Catherine Claycomb be- daughter, Miss Hattie Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gregory spent the 12 to 15 lioehe Albatross planes ovr ed acreages mainly through patriotic fore her marriage to John 0, Claycomb Our gullaut llyers, week end with her pareuts, Mr. and tka Tom front. motives, and the Be Ml had given on Feb 2), H"t. She joined the Mlighting under heavy odds, made au hope that they had thodist church several 1 art ago aud Mrs. James, Lampton. litem cause to eveu break. has been a faithful member and had substantially done their part in Leunie Lampton and Clarence (Juig-gin- s Two of our photographing planes many friends in all religious denomincreasing the food supply. left Monday for Camp Taylor. ivere at Incited by the German flyers ations iiiiee miles above Lorry, north of Pont-- i On June , late In the afternoon she V I) W ilson sa s he has one of Mousson. The Germans surrounded Revival Continues. the two American planes and then the sweetest running threshing ma-- suffered a paralytic stroke from which hints in Breckinridge county. Says she never gained her strength aud on The revival which is in progress ut started to attack. Immediate! three of our lighting li.m called her home, she was the Baptist church will continue he made two sets last Thursday and June planes threshed Mo bushels and all he had laid to rest the following day in the through this week as announced by the 1111 to sped to the rescue with the They dove right Ihelr backs. Kev. Gentry pastor, kev. A. N. Couch on Monday to d" was to sit in the shade aud Shellman cemetery into the midst of the group of German ofticating at her fjiieral service work go on. The watch the good evtuiug. Albatrosses, each singling out an ad Mrs Claycomb leaves her aged husbeaut.', about this machine, lie M) - it The meetiugs have been well attend- versary, forcing the ItochcH to drop that there is no loss in the wheat. band, one sistir, Mrs. Polly Dutschke; ed and Dr. Austin, Versailles, Ky., has Iowa two miles, where Lieutenant Every grain being saved. Kev J. F. one brother, Frank Claycomb; several been delivering some heart searching (deleted) poured etvefal rounds of Kline Miljuady. watched the opera- uaices and nephews, other relatives sermons which have been profitable to dint Into the Albatross, which went cashing into the ground in a flame tion of the machine and found er and a host of sorrowing friends to his hearers. if fire. mourn her loss, but our loss is her Our plmie then was attack' little waste if any. I'd by three enemy iiinehlneN. eternal gain. None knew "aunt Kit" Garfield Goes "Over ' Our plane gave battle to the three Thoi O'Oonoghuc says be had .t only to admire her many good deeds. in W. S S. Sales. Roches for a lime, and then spun earthA friend, ewes that dropped 3V Iambi and that Il Is believed thai one of our ward. Mrs. Kmiuett Elder. He delivered he raised .'is of them. Garfield's quota for War Savings aviators by the name of Julnl has :." lambs July I. that averaged a Stamps was $6000 for the campaign been made of prisoner. The price was IT cents, balAnother the American planes ImGARFIELD. and patriotic workers in that place mediately got on Hie tall of Hie lioehe ance to be delivered July IV MflOl raised 8000 flyer, sending a deadly fire into the er Alexander was the purchaser. (lermun machine. Apparently the Mrs. K. P. Komine and son David Sold his herd of Short Horn caJvM Married in Cannelton. German flyer was badly crippled, for W. R. Moorman k Son at satis Kichard, Miss Bettie Taylor and little be suddenly dived earthward. The One of his Polled Miss Muttie Virginia Taylor, HardinsLodiburg, Ky.. July 1 (Special) other Roches quickly fled. Our men Cows raised a calf that burg were here Saturday enroute home Mr. John Garrett, of Stephensport. returned safely. fmmjkm and three lambs after visiting Mr. and Mrs David was married to Miss Mamie Bashaiu, Penick. 'U KMted 92 pounds. of Lodiburg, Friday, June U, by Rev Lost A valuable letter with freight 000 Betgewt VA. . Miss Lvdia Macy visited ber sister, Walter K. Jerge in Cannelton, Ind. been cabled to the liiad Ul to Mrs. I'.iul CoroptoD, Hardinsburg last The bride and groom were accom bills attached The finder mil please Itcil CroMk orgNuUatlou in each coun j She was net om pained borne by panied oy Mrs. uarrett s emmn. return to the Breckenridge News Office. ry named. "iCbarlott. Miss luce Uasham. Y A NEWS WANT AD TODAY Many thousand bushels of wheat may lie saved during this harvest season at a very slight expense anil no great trouble by substituting wagons having tight bottoms, or boxes, for the open kinds commonly used, according to farm management soe- lcialists of the United States Department of Agriculture. Every farmer knows that in hauling the bundles of grain from the piles or shocks to the Cleon B. White, of BoitOM, arrived Monday at the home parents. Mr .and Mrs. Taylor Priest. Hardinsburg. to remain part Mr and Mrs. I. B, Richardson and time during Corp. White's last Louisville ehildien, motored to Camp Xachary Taylor. Corp. week. White, who was transferred from Mrs. Dick Marshall and baby, St. Camp Devins. Mass., with ."1O0 other Louis are visiting her parents, Mr and men, is in the artillery Officers TrainMrs. J. H. Gl sscock. ing School. Mr. and Mrs Ova Cray are receiving congratulations 09 the arrival of a Entertained With "500" Party. little son. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nichcdas of near (Special) Irvington. Ky., July Dyer visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Newsom Gardner was host at a Miss Ida Dowell spent last week with "."i()0" party Saturday afternoon from Two tables played. her sister, Mrs. Wallace Brown, Wood, :.' ::t() to I o'clock. Those present were: Mesdames Perrow. Fred Brite, J. T. Mrs. Charlie Meador is on the sick cy Henderson, Johnson, J. D. Ashcraft, W. B. Taylist. lor, A. T. Adkins and J. T. V'ogel. Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Dowell are visitMrs .Henderson carried off honors, ing their sous, D. D. and Raymond Ices winning seven and scores. Dowell at Hardinsburg cakes were served. Mis Mr. and (Jeorge Henderson and daughter, Ethel, Sommersville ano DEMONSTRATES CANNING. Mr. aud Mrs. John Elmore and two children, Hodgensville visited Mr and Irvington. Ky. July Special Mrs, J. W. Marr and Mrs. Alvah B if Lillian ( loldnamer, Elisabeth-towham the week eud. Food Demonstrator, was at the Methodist church Friday afternoon. She gave demonstrations of home Center View canning of fruits and vegetables and other methods of conservation. She Crops and gardens are needing rain had a number of canned products very badly. from the experiment station and dis Fanners are very busy with their tributed nttmerioui phatnpleti of val crops and harvesting wheat. uable recipes. Miss (joldnamer in Several from here attended childrens sists that women do their best in con day at Constantine Sunday. serving toon as it is as patriotic a Mrs J. H. Buckler and daughter, duty as nursing, doing farm work or Miss Bessie spent the week end in factory work. Tom Mciiiirtiii, Louisville is visiting his sisters, Mesdames Jim Cray and Tom Graj. Mm is visiting Mrs Cora At Home From Boston. Mrs. Mass., of her Beard, of the stay in ; .list CELEBRATE THE GLORIOUS FOURTH BY THROWING AND OFF THE SHACKLES OF WASTE AND EXTRAVAGANCE YOU WILL THEN OPENING AN ACCOUNT IN OUR BANK. BE A FREE MAN: AS YOUR BALANCE INCREASES YOUR INTEREST IN IT INCREASES AND IT IS THE SATISFIED FEELING OF HAVING MONEY THAT WILL MAKE IT KEEP ON GROWING. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. 1 Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods 1 ( 1 -- s n. A rr A AI uo mm 1 011 m r want to Be a Success? The autobiography of every successful man invariably tells how he earned and saved his first dollar. m WWNL S. AlaMEN There's no telling what the morrow will bring forth. It is the man with the ready cash that is prepared for a business opportunity. Isn't it a fact that cash in the bank gingers you up? Doesn't it give you confidence? See us about an account. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. inde-pende- Everything In -- BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Roofing Clay-com- lly-.r- i 1 AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION l WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky -.- J,-,: A CONSTANT REMINDER If you would have the tsoldier to be constantly reminded of home and his loved ones, send him off with a Wrist Watch. Every soldier needs one and they appreciate useful ifts. We huve 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 ilZt ...,:..... .,..,.,. ; Your Home Jeweler . T. C. LEWIS "nirMWoioir Hardinsburg, Ky. 1 15H Breckenrtdge News. II Y :i. Announcement. WEDNESDAY, ! lMH Kv l, ti at thr PM Ofticr t Clnvrrport as arcond rim. matter. BALOPTCO Eyeglasses and For Appellate Judge. Wr are authnriieil to announce the nam of J. W. Mrnson a a candidate for tin lrm Mrs tic tmminattnn for Appellate Ju tte I om the Srt'oml District, ti the itfflBJStf'i Aumut, IMS, HILL ITEMS Miss Clssel Simmons was the week en guest of her cousin, Miss Cecil White, ToMnepnrt, Ind. Mrs. (fiilati Wei hington, O.nntltnn is visiting her parents, Mr ami Mrs Steve Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dtjarnett went to Holt last Saturday to ee Mrs. Dejar celt's parent", Mr. and Mrs. Wm l HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING EY THE ' Spectacles IN these times when the supplying of goods involves unprecedented difficulties, it is highly important Wr are authnrtril to announce IsjsWs W. K. S. ttle as a candidate for for .lmlnr of the Court of Appeals from the Src om! District, ushject to the August, HUM primary. If you Gave Every Dolllar GENERAL OFFICES you own how little would the sacrifice he NEW YORK AND CHICAGO (RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFS RATES FOR Classified Niitit- Advertisements l'umphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson and plena' notify the dltol when you want ndv'Ttlsemtni 'IfHContlntifMl children, Currie Mae, Forrest and Charles Kdward were the tlinner guests FOR SALE last Sunday of Mrs. Jackson's mother, Dr. I). S. Sphirc, FOR SALE Old brftcft Mrs. Nat Tucker who has as a visitor If AriIinliurR, Ky. Mr. Tucker's sister, Mrs. Eliza Bluiii, FOR SALFJ Two Fonl touring car in goo'l repair. Call on or write Tier HenCalifornia. thick, H i: ii'.;. Ky. Mr and Mis. George Lucas and son, FOR SALE If sol. within the next 7 .lays, the price will he $M.TO one home ami Charles Heston, Ky., spent Sunda tot iti this city. V. 0, Rahhage, Agent with his sister, Mrs. Hester Carman. M)SAhK- - Mm JirrS Typ. writer um .I very Mrs. Carman's lather, Steve Luci.s jlttlfi, flrHclam condition; can he Been at Hrt'ckihrlilgt'- Hank of Cloverport. aged 87 spent several days with her rol HALF. IVtVDdM dwelling, rentn.lly last week and motored to Henstou on Located. Fofpnc nni tarn i writ,? or mil Friday. on I. HAMMaa, Clnverpori, Ky. POLITICAL MENTS. anil ANNOUNCE- - For Prrcinct For roonty $ tM City llfficr S .".mi Office ami District Open tl.Yim i Statr ,10 For Calls, per line Ill For Cards, prr line . For all Pabncationt In th- Interest of null- - lu..l, or rxprcssion of individ 10 ual views, per line Train Schedule on that you have you glasses made where you get the best service and closest attention. There are sev eral reasons why BALL should make your glasses, hut the principal one is the best you get are the only safe kind to wear. "Ask Any Oculist" I The L, H. & St. L. R'y. 1918. M. 10:16 A. M. I2.2n V. M. "i:iw SlOO 7 :.V compared to our hoys fighting for us. We are not asked to give; we are only asked to lend. To lend at good interest secured by the hest collateral on earth. Buy Effective February 10, EAST ROUND Jn. Clovirport lwtll leaveIrvlnRton ArrlTltiR Arrlvlns Louisville No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnit Irtliipton Airlvlntt Louisville No. 146 will leave Clovcruort Arriving trvlnuton Arriving Louisville No. 148 leaves Henderson Arrives Owensboro Arrives Shops No. Or. Cull FOR HALF 5:15 A. ItOa A. i. A. 4:00 P. 5:00 P. fi:-- l. P, M. M. P.M. M M. M. M M. The Ball Optical Co. MIT. J BALL 0 P. M. A. Mi 1". WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis 143 will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Hawesvllle Arriving Owtnsboro 145 will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving 8t. Louis No. 147 will leave Shops Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson No. 141 M. Mat P. M, 1 :23 P. M. 7.40 P.M. 0:40 P. M. 7:05 P. M. 8:07 P. M. II 'M P. M. 12:47 A. M. 1:40 A. M. 2:07 A. M. 7:50 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 8:1A. M. 9:25 A. M. 12:00 613 Fourth Ave. Louisville, Kentucky cziorz3ci3oirczioi3o1 occupiing Mrs Clyde Morrison auil Ed Mor;i son went to Louisville Saturday. Fred Ray spent two days of last WANTED Toil to nalte extf4 money bi rent" us that apnea nxim or rottf vi ci nt week in Louisville. Iioum' hy running it Want Ad. In THK HKK CKENItmcK NEWS Miss Selma Sipple went to Tobinsport Saturday to visit her uncle, Will Young and family. Miss Oletha Taberling returned from a four weeks visit with her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Vane Pate in Located permanently in Hardin-btTLouisville. by office .luHt right n w Ws C. Moorman. A MM ; Hardin- In perfect model Ford Touring condition. urc Ky. .Miss Wt st Carrie Tucker returned from Point Friday. Wanted Miscellaneous War Saving and We Thrift Stamps have them on sale Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST recently vacated Flags for the Fourth Dr. Walker. War Savings Day a Success. isvillc, came Monday to visit their Mr. and Mrs J I). Jolly, Kvans-villson, Mr. A. A. Cockeril and Mrs. were the guests of Mrs. Jolly's Cockeril. aunt. Mrs. Frank I'ayne and Mr. PayMr. Jolly Mrs. Chas .Martin and children re- ne. Thursday and Friday. turned from Hodgensville Saturday enlisted in the U. S. N'avy and is his call. after a two weeks visit to Mrs. Wood Jno D, Babbagc III. of WashingPucketts. ton, D. C. will arrive this week with Clarence Osterman, Camp F"uns-tohis mother, Mrs. Jno. I). Babbagc, Kans., spent a brief furlough in Jr., for a several weeks' visit to his this city last week, the guest of Miss s, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Claudia Pate. D. Hahhage. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Will Butcher, Lewis-porMr. and Mrs KV Sidney Owen. spent several days last week Hardfnsbarg No, went to Louiswith Mrs. Butcher's parents, Mr. ville last week and from there Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Morrison. Owen went to Tennessee to visit Joe Ross Parkersburg, West Va her former home. Mr. Owen rearrived Saturday evening to spend turned to Hartlinsburg, a few days with his uncle, Mr. John W. I). Plank, of Hickory. N. C A. Ross and Mrs. Ross. is expected the remain Fourth t Miss Minnie Schmidt. Louisville, until Saturday with hli daughter, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. Frank Mrs. Ira D. Behen. Miss Plank and Carter and Mr. Carter at their coun- sister. Mrs. K. ('. Mr Donald and try home "Welcome Hall." little daughter. Edith Plank McDonMrs. B. ti. Parrish aand children ald, will return to Hickory with Mr returned home last Tuesday from a Plank. week's visit to her mother, Mrs. Wm. Suddarth, Tobinsport, Ind. Fourth of July Parties. Miss Jane Warfield will be here A fishing party composed of the Wednesday to spend the remainder following will go to Sample the of summer with her sister, Mrs. F". Fourth and fish in Sinking Creek: F'raize, at the Cloverport Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. David li. Phelps and Dr. Forrest Lightfoot and Mrs. children. Misses Kathcrine and NanLightfoot are in Hardinsburg the cy and Master Hilly Phelps; Mr. and guests of Mrs. Lightfoot's sister, Mrs. Mrs. Hoffius M. Behen and daughHerbert Beard and Mr. Beard. ter Miss Marion Behen; Mr. and Mrs. Miss Margaret Skillman returned Harry N'ewsom and daughter, Miss home Saturday after a two weeks Margaret Newsom; Mr. and Mrs. visit in Louisville with her brother, Hugh N. Wood and daughters, Misses Ruby and Betsy Wood. Mr. James Skillman and Mrs. Skill-magrand-parentt, , EXT r COTOST SAVE Miss Louise Nicholas spent Thursday in Louisville. Miss Louise Taylor is visiting MltS Bettic 1'ile at Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Saterfield were in Louisville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Jolly, Mystic, were in West Point Saturday. Mr. I. J. Muckent'us spent the week end with his family in Owenshoro. Miss Ella Smith has returned home from Louisville where she spent two weeks. LouisMiss Metah ville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Chas. Mcl-'arlan- Bohler. Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and son. Francis Gregory, were in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. Tom Brown, Harned, is the guest of Mrs. Horace Newton and Mr. Newton. Irvington, Lyons. Chas. Mrs. in Louisville visspent the week-en- d iting friends. Mr. P. S. Gregory, Owensboro, is here for a visit to his sister. Miss. Drew Gregory. Len Gregory .Paducah, will spend the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Gregory. Miss Jessie Catherine Plank, Owensboro, wilt spend the Fourth the guest of Miss Lelia Tucker. G. R. McCoy is in Smith's Grove Ky., attending the Institute of the Warren County teachers. Mike Tucker, Paducah, will be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker, for the Fourth. Mr. andMrs. Frank Bartles, of Bartles Station, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ross, Sunday. Priv. Oscar Finley Dawson, Camp Taylor, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson. Miss Susie Squires, Hardinsburg, is here for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Larkin Gibson and Mr. Gibson. J. A. Tucker went to Lodiburg Mouday to look at the Miller farm advertised in The Breckenridge News Mr. aand Mrs. Wallace Skillman have returned home from an extended trip to California and other states. Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter. Miss Annie Murray Ferry, are here for .1 short visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Paul Compton, county Chairman of The National War Savings Committee, reports a number of school district have more than subscribed their quotas and the reports are comming in very freely from all parts of the county showing very encouraging results. Among those that have reported who have gone "over the top" are Garfield, Woodrow, Webster Buraa, If cGebce, Ft) aire, Nebo. On account of the rain which fell on the 2S, of June, which was the day set for this campaign it was necessary for the patrons lo plant tobacco and do other work, constituent y thty will have thtir meeting fomc time this week, as the campaign has been extended to and Induces July ti. Any districts that have not had their meeting and thos; that have failed to pledge for their full quota are exptcttd to hold another meeting and biing up their quota. This is very important, a:; the people must either subscribe tor these securities as offered by the or it will be necessary for the Government to make a direct levy on the people of this country, in the form of direct asstssment of taxes, to enable it to rai.-- funds to carry on this great war. I t, e J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Hardware Line Preserving Kettles, W ire Strainers, Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Stone Crocks and Jars all sizes. Everything for the kitchen from a dish mop to a frying pan. For the Home Canners flason Fruit Jars, pint, quart and half-gallon sizes; Tin Cans; Sealing Wax; Rubber Rings; Extra Tops We are Agents for OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS and Hites Run Brickey and children, Cloverport attended church here Sunday. Miss Effie Th urinar. returned to Louisville Saturday after a two weeks stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thurman. Eugene and Thomas Smart were in Stephsnsport Monday on business. Private Herman L. Waggoner of Cauip Taylor is at home on a sixteen Mr. and Mrs. Frank VULCAN CHILLED PLOWS See our line of Wire Screening in various sizes and of the best quality. 1 The members of the Friday Club Mr. E. G. Bailes has purchased a Chevrolet "Baby Grand" car and sold and their invited guests will motor to "Hoover-ize- d his Ford to Mr. Mike Hendrick, of Tar Fork, Ky., and have a Supper" in the afternoon of the the Cloverport and Hardinsburg The party will include: Fourth. Pike. Misses Jeanette Hum, Martha Willis, Louisville, Mrs. Hewitt Dowell, Claudia Pate, liloise Xolte, Mary day furlough. was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mildred Babbage and Mrs. Mrs. Ell Chapin attended .lie funerBeavin, who lives on theCloverport Floyd Carter and Miss Elizabeth al of Mrs. Joa Kasha m near Stephsnsand Hardinsburg Pike, part of last Babbage, Messrs. Lafe week. and her sou, Mrs. Geo. Mullen Roy Mullen, were in Owenshoro last Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. L. E. Mrs. Mullen's sister-in-laBehen, I. Garfield, Ky. Porter. Mrs. Chas Jackson and son, Chas. FCdward, were in West Point Saturday to see Mrs. Jackson's sister, Mrs. Carl Lishen, who continues in ill health. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hall are moving to Louisville this week where Mr. Hall has accepted a lucretive position as one of the keepers of Cherokee Park. Mrs. F'rank White and children. Richard Miss Francis and Henry White, have returned from Danville, where they were with Mr. White for several weeks. Mrs. Karl Sumner arrived here Wednesday from Henderson and will make her home with her aunt, Mrs. (ic Out while Mi Sumner is in Camp Taylor. Mrs. Homer Dawley and daughters and Louise Dawley, Misses Nancy Wheeling, West Va., arrived Tuesday for a visit to Mrs. Dawley's brother, Mr. T. J. Kerry and Mrs. Kerry. Mrs. Win. Hoffious returned home last week from Evansvllle. where she was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Moser. She was accompanied home by her niece, Miss Roberta Hayheust. Mrs. Walter Graham, Louisville, spent several days here last week with Mr. and Mrs. Price Graham, air. and Mrs. Walter Graham ex pect to move to South Louisville very soon. ijrry. JL and Mrs W.'H. Cockeril, Lou- - Did you know lil.li UHiiw wan nil nave uvtu sold'duriug the period of war than any other one article? And some day every one of these watches will have to be repair, If you ed perhaps right soon own a new or old watch that needs repairing see Railroad Witch litfMtir CUnrpart, I). Hail Orders Receive Preetet Attealies. Thos. Ode wait Mr. aud Mrs. Alia Kubbins were in she has been fur quite a while. MissOlla Robbins and little daughStephenspoit Wednssday. ter and Miss Laura Atei were guests from Ammons attended the of Mrs. M. C. Canary last week. Scvsral ice cream supper at Addison Saturday Miss Annie I'ool and two sisters and tght Mr. Albsrt I'ool weie in Stephensport Nel-ssWednesday. Misses Judy Horsley and Laura aud Mi. Cal Nelson weie in Sample Program. Sunday visiting friends. For the First Magisterial District A baby girl arrived Wednesday June Sunday School Convention to be held L'6, to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Oi Canary. She has not been ut Freedom Sunday July 7. 0:UO Devotional Kev. J. Duggins named a yet I0:i5 Welcome Address .Jesse Bruingtun Mr. and Mrs. Mice i'ool, Messrs. In, in Elementary Division Albert fool and Irvln Horsly were in Mrs. D W. Smith Hardinsburg Sunday visiting Mr. and 11:00 S. S. Entertainments Mrs. Qeorge Horslsy. Pruf. Andrew Driskell Miss Hattie Ualou was here Tuesday 11:30 Music in S. S. aud other worship. evening the guest of Mrs Vsrdla Mrs. C. L. Hruingtun Hsstler. Business Miss Blanche Horsley returned home W. T. Dowell 1:00 Uevotioual Wednesday from a several week's 1:16 TemperanceM. L Cookwright to her sister, at Sample. Miss Mildred Sanilbacb 1:30 Heading Misses Hattie and Myrtle Halou and 1:40 Missions Taught and Practiced in Albert Pool were In Stephensport S S Mrs W. T. tiregory The causualtv list of Americans killAmnions Munday. 3:00 My Duty as a Citiaen ed and wounded in fighting publisned 28, contained the name Herbert Judge D. D. Dowell Miss Lizzie Morgan spent Sunday iune of Rome, Ind., which is Business Mrs. Sarah Nelson returned home town of this place. Sunday from a several days visit to with Miss Hattie Halou a neighboring Closing Wegcnast is with the MariDe Corps and B. F May Pres. Hardesty refirnad Miss Kaonie he was one oi those sevurly wounded her daughter, Mrs. Ardia Smith at Mrs. G. V. Macy Sec. heme Sunday from Owsnsboro e,bere Sample. action. id u econ-imiz- of Louisville. port Wednesday. Randall Weatherholt, M. M. John O. Hardin was the guest of Denton and Len Gregory. Mr. and John Blythe Jr.. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Carl Britton. Roy ChapiD Messrs. and Milton Smith, Misses Ada Waggoner, Alberta Some Poultry Raiser. an. Mary Elder attended the ice cream supper at Addison Saturday (Special) Union Star, Ky. July Mrs. Mike Stephens, who resides night. Mrs. Douthitt, Hawesvills spent a near here, has received a check to $ lon.M.i from Marshall few d. ys last week with tier aunt, Bros., of New Albany, in payment Mrs. Louis Sahlie. of eggs which she has been shipping Miss Alisne Miller, Tell City is to them since February 1. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A WagMrs Stephens has (i." hens and be- goner. sides supplying her own household Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Miller and and using !:.' eggs for hatching, has daughter, New Bethel attended church sold this amount. Out of the 124 here Sunday and were guests of her eggs set for hatching she lost only parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Chapin 1. Mrs. Stephens has in her poulMiss Malissa Mattingly spent a few try, yard now, what looks like full days last week with Mr, Robert ThurW hite Leghorns, but they come bred man. t from the mating of a Bronze LegMrs Felix Bsavin and Miss Jessie horn hen and a W hite Leghorn roosnear Cloverport were her Mae Ueavin ter. Mrs Stephens attributes guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo FCIdsr success in the poultry business to the Wsdnesday. kind of feed; she uses corn and cane and Bessie Miller Missss Ressie seed principally and she urges the farmers to plant more cane for chick- returned to Louisville Saturday after two weeks visit with then parents. e en Hid and the housekeeper to by using more sorghum for Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Miller. Herman Waggoner, Mrs. L. L. Wagsugar substitute. This poultry raiser expects to take sixty dozen eggs a goner, Misses Alice, Ollie and Dorn Waggoner motored to Tobinsport, Ind. week to market next year. Sunday to see Mrs. G. W. Wincbell who Is ill. Wounded In Action. I 1 DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: fcftftk kkmUUtSSmtm '"Mm, m Long Live The King By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART j. ' rautlnns," snld the king. "A madman might not recognlae the er religious nature of the alTalr." flat visited Tile BUM day the dial Prince Ferdinand William Otto, uud found hint returned from his drive uud busy over lledwlg's photograph frame. "I "It Is almost done," he miiI.I. slipped over In one or two places, but It is not very noticeable, The no magnificent vestments. accompanied thetn, nnd a nrcb-bisho- p flag- - Cnriht, Copyright, RI"nT Cmpiinr Marr Rohro Hinnriart All Ulgbu Betarrwl 1P1T. 1V17, Tti The chancellor nnd decided Hint the slipping over waa not noticeable nt nil. "Otto," snld the chancellor gravely, "I want to talk to you very seriously nbout somclhing I would like you to do. Is It?" observed It judicially, Before the open fire fnga Lo"""" at in her low chiilr. She Ml ; iiimI ii veil, ready to bo her chirk r l For your grandfather." "I'll do anything for him, sir." "We know thut. This is the point. He bus been ill for a long time. Very 111." donned nt UM summons of from Karl, tniiird arrow act kmc. in the firelight sin- lookid very young young aad weary. Kurl, who hud come hnrdentd to n scenes found her 11 - IM appealing, ataoal pathetic. She rose nt his cntriincc nnd, uftcr a moment of surprise, smiled faintly, nut she sulci nothing, nor did Karl, until ht bad lifted one of her cold hands, nnd brushed It with his Hps, oign "Well!- - - ,e snld. "And again, Karl Left Her There at Last. of Knfnta urea a mug breath. The affair wua over, it had been unpieae It was always unpleasant to nil. break With a woman. Rut It was time. He neither loved her nor needed her. friendly relations between the two countries were cslahllshed. and soon, very soon, would he ratified hy his "Once again." She looked up nt him. Yes. lie was hanged. The old Knri would bare taken her in his arms, Tills new Kari wu.s urluinc, smiling, uneasy. "Thaw is nothing wrong is iharal" he snlil. "Your note alarm, d me. Not the note, lint your coming lu re." "I wu.s noxious. And Ihere were marriage. things I felt you should know." It was not of Olga Loschck. hut of "Whut things?" Hedwlg that he thought, as his cur "The truth about the king's condi- dunked swiftly to the lodge. tion, for mi.-- He is dying. Tile bulletins lie. lie is no batter." CHAPTER XIV. "So!" Mid Karl uneasily. "But the " He slopped. chancellor assured BM The Crown Prince's Pilgrimage. It was ii. it yet liuie to speak of tht The day when Olga Los. liel; should t ham i 111 'i visit. have returned lo (he city found her "The chancellor I He lies, of course. too 111 to travel. No feigned sickness How had things arc you may judge this, hut real enough, u matter of fever when i.'ii jrou thai a hidden paeaage and hurtling eyes, und of Buttering! from the paia.e has been opened and in troubled sleep. cleared, ready lor instant Bight" Minna was alarmed. She was fond It was Karl's lain to he startled. of h. r mistress, in spile of her ocHe rose, and atood (taring dowfl at her. casional cruelties, the und lately "Are you certain of that?" COUnteaa had been strangely gentle. "Certain:" She laughed hltterly. she required little attention, wished "The terrorists revolutionist-- , they to he alone, and lay in hot great had. cull UrotneolVea arc everywhere. They looking out steadily at the hlcak mounknow everything, see everything. tain tops, lo which spring never Mettlich's agents an- - disappearing one dlmbed. by one. N'o one knows where, hul all "She eats nothing." Mlnnu sold suspect. Student meetings are despairingly to the caretaker. "And The yearly piotinalutl of h. r cy. s frighten me. Th. y are alVeterans is forhid.len, for they trUll ways open, even in the night, hut they none, even tin ir old soldiers. The Man to see nothing." cotin. il meets day niter day in secret On the day When she should have session." returned, the countess roused bereelf " "I'ut the army enough io send for Black Humbert, "They do not trust the army." fretting in the kitchen helow. He had Karl's face was grave. Something helievcd that she was malingering unof the trouble in Livonia lie laid til he saw her, hut her flushed and known. But this argued an immediate hollow checks showed her condition. crisis. "You must return and explain," she "On the king's death," the countess aid. "I ahull need more time, ufler said, "n republic Urtll he declared. ull." The republic of Livonia The crown When he hesitated, she added: prince "ill never reign." "There are plenty to watch that I do you came today to tell me this?" not "Go I could not, If I would. She glanced up. and cnleliing his I have not the strength." eyes, colored faintly. "These ure "if luadame wishes, i can take u letthings you should know." ter." He knew her very well. A jealous She pondered over thut, interlacing woman would go fur. lie knew now her lingers nervously as she reflected. that she was jealous. When lie spoke "I will send no letter." she decided, it was with calculating brutality. "You "hut I will give you u message, which mean, in view of my Impending you can deliver." "Y.s, madunrt." So it was arranged) Finally ar"Say to the roaaanlttee that I have ranged, u'eii, she had done her heat reflected and that I will do what they He knew the truth. She had told It ask. As far," she added, "as lies in fulrly. If, knowing it. he USMlaltdi By power. I cau only try." it would i.e becauee her power over "That is all the committee expects," him was dead at best. lie said civilly, and with it relief that "Yes. I do not know how far your was not lost on her. "With tnadame'i arrangements have gone. You have Intelligence, to try Is to succeed.". at least Been warned." Xevertheless, he left her Well Hut she saw, hy the very way he guarded Even Minna, slipping off for , ur.-himself up and smiled, that lie an evening hour with a village More thU that. he Ullderslood. wits stealthily shadowed. this, tine ladies had changed gardouhted h. r. He questioned what aha hud said. The very fad that she had ments with their maids und escaped told him only the truth added to her from divers unpleasantnesses At the end of two days the countess resenlniciit. She moved was uhle to he up. "You will see," she said sullenly. Because he thought lie already saw, languidly ahout her room, still too and becauee she had given BUS a had weak to plun. moment, Karl chose to he deliberately And on the fourth day came the root. MPerhapa I" he aald "But you crown prince of Livonia on u pilleave out of this discussion the one grimage. The manner of his coming was this: that I consider Important. element Hedwlg herself. If the Princess Hed'ihere are more ways than one of wlg were tomorrow to he without u reaching tile hearts of ull uneasy peocountry, I should still hope to marry ple. Iteiiiissiou of taxes is u had one. It argUea u mistake la the past, in exher." She had done well up to now, had acting such tithes. Qorenunouta Bay kept her courage nnd her temper, had make errors, hut must not acknowltaken her cue from hint and been quiet edge them. There Is the freeing of and poi 'ed. Bui more than his words, political prisoners, but that, too, Is such when prisoners his cruel voice, silky with friendship, dangerous, breathe sedition to the very prlsou drove h. r to the breaking point. walls. Hltterly, und Willi reckless And (here is the appeal to sentiment. she Hung at him Hedwig'a infatuation for young Lnrisch ami prophealed ins The government, pinning ail its hopes lo one small boy, would further endear dishonor as a reaull of it. Wily statesman In the end aha grew quiet and sal BUI to the people. looking Into the lire with eves lull of that he was, the chancellor hud hit s stony doe pair, she had tried and on this to offset the rumors of marriage. way left, only fulled. There was "A pilgrlinuge!" said the king, when one, and oven that would not bring him hu k to her. Let Hedwlg escape Hie matter wua broached to him. "For und marry Nlkky Lurls.h still where what'; My recovery? Cuniiot you let wua she? Let the terrorists strike your servuut depurt In pence?" "Pllgrimuges," observed the chuucel-lo- r, their blow und steul the crown prince. Again where wus sli. "lime hud marvelous results, .sire. Her emotions were deudeiic.l, ull I do not lusist thut they perform miracles, us some believe," he smiled huvo oue, uud that was her hut red of fulully "but us a mutter of public moHedwlg. The humlllutlou of thut f. "lu, and u remedy for discord, they ment wua due to her. Somehow, some ure sometimes etUcucious." day, she would ho even with Hedwlg. "1 see," said the klug. Aud lay still, Kurl left ber there at lust huddled In lookiug at tbe celling. resentment, the her chair, left full of "Cau It be duue safely?" be usked aabea of bia old love cold uud gray. at la hP" a '1 maddest traitor would not There was little reminder of the girl hi. a An the crown prince on a of Lie- mouutalna In the stouy-eyepeople would tear bim woman be bud left sagged low by tbe inJBfi om limb." Are. iheleaa. 1 should take ail ur- One out In the open air, the king . 1 1 ! inur-riuge- j" sweet-heurtlte-for- e u, lled-wig'V d pll-T- j The hoy will, bed him with u troubled face. "He looks very lliin." he said. "I get quite worried when I see him." "Exactly. Ten bnva heard of Btai i?" Prince Ferdinand William Otto's religious Instruction was of the best. He had. Indeed, heard of Ktzol. He knew Ihe famous pilgriinat.es in order, mid could say them ruptdty, beginning, he y. ar of our Lord !he Kinperor Otto und Adelheid, his spouse; the year of Our Lord 1100, Llrich, Count of Ktihurg ; uud so on. "When people UN Ml." lie said si. go- ly, "they go to Btael io be cured." "Precisely. But when they cannot go they send some one else, to pray for then, Ami aoeaethnee. if they have faltl enough, the holy miracle happens and they are cured." The chancellor was deeply religious, and although lie hud planned the pilgrimage for political reasons, for the moment, he lost sight of them. W hat if. after ull. t Hi si clear eyed, clean honied child could bring this miracle of the king's recovery? It wus n j famous shrine, and stranger things had been brought about by less worthy agencies. "1 thought lie said, "that If you would o p. Btael, otto, and there pray for your grandfather! recovery, it it would be u good thing." Tic meaning of such a pilgrimage dawned suddenly on the hoy. His eyes Idled, and because lie considered it unmanly lo weep, he slid frum his chair und went to the w indow. "I'm afraid he's going to die," he said, in n smothered voice. The chancellor followed him to the window, and put an arm uround his "Even that would not he boulders. Olio," he snld. "I tenth. i terrible. Mi They went on foot to thp railway through lines of kneeling people, the boy still nipt, ami lookiug straight nhcail, the chancellor seem ingly also absorbed, but keenly alive to the crowds. As he went on, his face relaxed, it was us it the Btrarie had Not the miracle, n I ready happened. tor which the boy would pray, but a Surely these kneeling i caler one. people, gazing with moist aud kindly g) at the crown prim e, could not. at the hot words of demagogues, turn Into the mob he feared. But It had b. for,.. The people who bad, hupp. one moment, adored the Pntiphln of Frame on his balcony at Versailles, had lived to scream for his life. The countess, standing on her balcony und staring down Into the valley, beheld the pilgrimage und had thus her first knowledge of It. She was incredulous nt tlrst, nnd stood gazing, gripping the stone railing with tense hands. She wntched, horror stricken. The crown prince, himself, come to PtUttOU benrer. ITALIAN ESCAPES HUN PRISON CAMP Tells of Flight Across Carpath- ians Into Russia. TREAT CAPTIVE GERMANS KINDLY French Generous to Prisoners spite Brulal Course of Enemy. De- CAPTIVES ARE OFTEN BEATEN Death of Old Emperor Brought Somewhat More Humane Treatment Men Forced to Witness Torture of Brothers In Arms Prisoners Refuting to Work Are Beaten by Guards Food Scarce and Poor In Quality. In the little hnnjlct of Snllcetn Snn ftlulhino, province of FJmllln. Italy, lives a shoemaker, Lulgl f.hlttonln. He bus four sons In the nrmy. Two ure now nt the front and two were enptur-- ' ed by the Austrlnns. One evening recently the door was hurst open roughly, nnd the shoemaker 'cried out in nlnrni: "Who Is there?" "It Is I, Falun rdn, your son. I huve escaped from Auslrin." The little home was thrown topsyturvy, nnd the good news flew round the town. What I gathering there was of friends nnd relatives. Rdunrdo bore traces of his hardships 'In enptlvity. He is thirty. He fought Burly In the cnmpnlgn of in Libya. 1918 he was enptured nnd for 31 months remained n prisoner of the Austrlnns. He was at Mnthausen until September. 1010. Starved and Beaten. "The food scanty," he sntd, "nnd of the poorest rptnllty; the beatings with rods frequent nnd without pity. We were even forced to assist In torturing our comrndes. This cruelty wus abolished, however, after the death of m GLAD TO BE GUT OF IT :d Sight of Long American Columns Destroys Hun Hopes of Victory Live Like Happy Family In Prison Camp. With the American Forces In France. France knows that her prisoners In Germany tire treated badly, but German prisoners nre treated humanely nnd even generously In French prisons Just the same, writes Ioti Martin I asked In the New York Herald. nn officer In charge of a French prison en nip w hy this is, aud ho shrugged his shoulders and said merely: "Ah Unless one could see the gesture he accompanying the monosyllable would hardly know what meaning to attach to it. It renlly meant: "Oh, what's the use of being brutal to individuals Just because some one else Is? We wish we could, hut we can't." I have Inspected severnl prisons, Rome large and some small, nnd In every one I have found the Germans treated quite ns well us civil prisoners In normal times nnd in many instances better. Officers are not hmnlliuted In any wuy. In fnct they receive better trentment, a strnnger would think, than they are really entitled to. Prisoners Live Happily. On a low hill nhout 1,000 feet from a main road of Frnnce stands a prison five low wooden buildings surrounded hy two barbed wire fences, with armed pickets nlwnys pntrolllng outside. Here nre 200 Germans, many of them prisoners taken in the early battle of the Soinme, but some taken more recently. They nre nil privates nnd constitute ns happy n family as one could find where personal liberty Is the one thing desired and denied. The Germans stood ut their bnrbed fences hours at a time und watched the endless line of soldiers. When It was the blue' of Frnnce that was moving past the Germans were not parti CW tarty interested. They had seen that for years. They know Frnnce always lias had nn endless line of everything needed for war. But when they saw the khaki of America filing or rolling by for a whole day and then for another, and heard the muddy shuffle of feet through the night, there was a change in the dull expression of those German eyes. It was at this time that I went to the prison to learn what they thought of what they had seen. First It should be stated thnt these prisoners see little of recent developments In the war. They must form their opinions from rack fragments of conversation ns they hear from their keepers aud from what they see, us, for from the long, long line of Aniericnns, the first they hud seen. In tills particular prison the newcomers hud brought the news sit uutlon up to enrly spHng, but as for the big offensive the prisoners knew only that there probably would be one. Americans Surprise Germans. When I asked If there wus a German among the two hundred who could speak Rnglish, a good looking young man, with a typical Teutonic mustnche, red cheeks, a glow of health, wus called out. He stepped Into my presence like an automuton, clicked his heels to gether and saluted the French cupta1 He told me he wus a private; tha has a home In Lucerne, Swltzerlu that he fought eight months, but never wounded ; that he Is in the who sale dry goods business In Berlin thnt he does business with John Wunal milker, Marshall Field und Stern Etzd to pray! could be. The church Hi, in. For his grandfather, I. must tilings of course. Then, Ind he bad Willi the king, us bad as they doors closed behind r olga Los' hek fell on her knees. She wus shaking from head to foot. 'And because the religious truining of her curly life neur the shrine had given her faith In miracles, she prayed for one. Rather, she made a bUrghlO with Sod I If any word CUUB to her from Karl, any, no matter to what It pertained, she would lake it for u sign, und Might. If she wus captured, she would kill herself. Hut, if no word came from Kurl by the hour of her departure the next morning, then she would do the thing ! she hud set out to do, und let him beware The king dead, there would he no king. Only over the dead bodies of tin' LtVontUM would they let him Francis Joseph. marry Hedwlg and the throne. It "We were forced to witness this horwould be wur. rible punishment. Behind us stood (Continued next week). Austrian soldiers with loaded rifles ready to shoot us down If we moved a finger." REAL CAUSE FOR SHAME In September, 101(1, he was sent with other prisoner! to Pominavnter, in the Carpathians, "We were divided Into sqttnds of 2o0," he continued, "nnd assigned to cut down trees. Our treatment did not improve nnd the work was made harder every day. Rlows were struck If anyone refused to work or lei up for any reason. I received a full share With the rest. "Only one thing bore us tip. and that was the hope of escape. We were able to get some Austrian uniforms and accumulate supplies. We awaited our f "Young De Swift suys he is ashaiuer: wuy his father made hlf money "' .stead of thut he ought to In ashumed of the wuy he spends it," opportunity. of the BOLIVIA'S CiTY OF SILENCE Santa Cruz De La Siern Far From the Outside World Mail Reaches New York in Two Months. "The only tropical city of Holivlu It stands from l,.r.tlO feet above sea level so far from the outside world thut mull deposited on January 7 reached New York on March 11. Of the inhabitants of Santa Cruz He Lu Sierra, 11.000 are female, writes Harry A. Fratick In the Century. "It is a city of silence. Spreading "Death, to the Old, la Not Terrible." over a dead Mat, .lungled to the old, Is not terrible. It is an plain. Its light angled streets ure half-sand- open door, through which they go gladly, because because those who have gone al.e.ol ure waiting just beyond It." "Are my mother uud futher wult- lngV" "Yes. otto." He considered, "And niy grnnd- - mother?" "He'll be very glud to see them ull iiguiii." "Very hnppy, indeed. Hut we need him lure, too, for u while. You need him uud I. So we will go und prny to huve him Walt a little longer he goes uwuy. How about it?" "I'll try. I'm not very good. I do a good many things, you know." Here, strungely enough, It was the chuncellor who fumbled for his A vision hud come to him of the two of them kneeling side by side ut Btael, the little Ind whe wus "not very good," nod he himself with his long years behind him of such things us Ull u man's life. And because ibe open door wus not so fur ah, ad for him either, uud because he believed im plicitly lu the great record within the gute, he shook his shuggy head. So the pilgrimage WUS arranged. With due publicity, of course, uud due precaution lor safety. Uy truln to the loot of ihe mouutuius, uud then on foot fur the ten miles to Et.ci. The crown prluce weut through his prcpurulluu lu a sort of rupt solemnity. So must the boy crusuders huve looked us, starting on their loug Journey, they faced south aud east, towurd the far distant Kepulcher of our Lord. Tbe king's council weut, tbe chancellor, the mayor of tbe city, wearing the great gold chain of bis ottlce uround ids ueck, aud a huudful of aoldiera a simple pilgrimage aud the mure affect-luThere wara uu slreumiua banners. lie-lohnud-kcrchie- f. g. deep in reddish sand in which not only Its shod feet, by no means In the majority, though the upper clnss is almost foppish in dress, hut even the solid wooden wheels of Its clumsy ox carts made not a sound. There is no modern Industry to lend Its strident voice, though the town boasts making of ice, the grinding of mal.e and the sawing of lumber, und every street fades uwuy ut either end Into the whispering jungle. Nurrow side walks of porous red bricks, roofed by the wide overhanging euves of the houses, often upheld by pillar- - or poles, line most of the streets. Hut these ure by no menus continuous, und being commonly high above the street level nnd often tuken up entirely, especially of an evening, hy the families, win ashler this their veranda rath- er than the pedestrian's right of way, be hitler generally tin. Is It easier to plod through the sand of the slreet three 'strenm establishments' for the itself. grtiiP Ship of the Desert. Because of its pecullur swaying motion In walking, the camel has been called the "ship of the desert." TIda title may also huve some reference to the extreme stupidity und pussivlty of the animal, suys Populur Science Monthly, which submits to great loads, which it will often curry fur days at a time without stopping for food or drink, with uo more urging tliuu a ship would require from the hands of its pilot. The manner In which the drivers hobble the camels when they atop for a rest Is Interesting. They do not depend upon atakea driven In the deep, yielding sand, but aliuply double back and tie one end of the furelega of the animal, ao that It can lie down or rig up, but cannot more from the tpoL "Two of our companies became Impatient, and leaped over the stockade last January, They were shot down by the sentinels. Escape Into Russia. "Right of us resolved to get nway. We were li ided into two squads. A few days later the first nlarni was raised, so we concluded that their getaway had been successful. "A week later the second squad leaped over the stockade and made for the mountains. We MUM to n railway sta-- i tlon. A train was about to stnrt for the Russlun border. We climbed on board. A Hungarian trainman looked Then he got at us suspiciously. drowsy. The train covered 55 kilometers and stopped. We got off. Two by two we took different ways to escnpe the notice of the sentinels. "We asked the way to the Russian border with the utmost cnution. For five days we drugged ourselves along, half starved. We passed through six barbed wire entanglements. "At lust we enme upon u military post. It was the first Russian outpost. Wendvuneed, but there wus no sentinel to challenge us. We knocked und a door was opened. Within were sev eral soldiers and a single officer, We We raised our unns und shouted: ure Italians, escaped prisoners.' "We were received as friends. The Russluns completed our joy by reunit- Brothers. ing us with the four compunions who "Whut do you think of ull the Amerihud escuped u week before us. We cans you have seen pas:- ng here recentwere enabled through the assistance ly?" I asked him. of the French mllitury mission to get "I have seen many Americans," ho buck to Italy." said. "I wus surprised that you have so many in France." STEALS RED CROSS BOX Another prisoner, less prepossessing in appearance than the first, wus usked St. Louis Thief Is Champion Slacker about things in generul. He spoke of Country. English poorly. A prosperous lookiug young man "I live In Berlin and work In a bank, walked into u saloon lu St. Louis und but was In the war for two years. bought u gluss of beer. When the wur Is over I am going to "(illume some cigarettes," he said. Switzerlund to live. I would go to He strolled over to the clgur coun- America, but they don't like Hermans ter, held u clgurette over the lighter, over there any more." "Why are you going to leave Gerinhaled deeply und wulked out. many?" A minute luter Kdwurd Rosenkrunz, proprietor, discovered the man bad For an answer there was a shrug of tuken the Red Cross contribution box shoulders und a half scowl, half smile. which wus on the clgur counter. "Are you satisfied here?" i "It's a lot hotter than being in a "lies the worst slacker In St. Louis," Roscnkruuz said. Tbe box grave where a lot of them ure." contulned $3.00. KEEPSAKE GOES FOR BONDS DENIED SOLDIERS KISSES Oklahoma Man Gives Up Gold Piece Found That Smacks Interfere With He Has Carried for Thirty-Seve- n Meala of Troops. Soldiers passing through Scranton, Pa., will uot longer be kissed by local girts. Mayor Council, a bachelor, baa put a stop to tbe practice. The mayor aays that, while personally be aeea no harm lu having the girls kiss tbe aoldiera, he baa received complalnta galore, including one from the Bed Cross and ou this account baa desired to u,.t,l Year. nlum, ., , h, ..... ......... . temptation to spend it, and have always kept It as a treasure. However, Uncle Sam needa It now, and I willingly let it go so It will help to brlug victory to the American arms." prevent further oeculatlone at the staThis was the statement of W. H. tion. The Bed Cross workers aald tbe Martin of this city as he deposited n kissing luterfared with their tnah of 910 gold piece at the poet office win-dothe aoldiera. and asked fur some baby bonds.