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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY Pages No. 3 Kaiser's Famous Division Stopped by Yank Gunners Staff And JUDGE SETTLE REPLIES Condensed Statement of ' 1,500 Of Enemy Taken zzioi Prisoner HAPPY MEETING IN FRANCE FRENCH INDEPENDENCE DAY Of Two Brothers. Corp. H. Observed in Methodist Church DeH. Moorman UnexpectedSunday Morning. Marsellly Finds Brother When Sent aise Sung and The Origin of Out on a Commission. the Day Told by Pastor. A very happy and unexpected meeting on foreign soil happened recently when Corp. Henry De Haven Moorman, of Heaelquarteri Company, toth Field Artillery, France, came upon his brother, Lieut. Roy K. Moorman, who was on the battlefield making emplacement for a cannon. The incident occurred when Corp. Moorman was sent by his Commanding Officer on a commission and it seems as tho the place where he was sent out was near his brother's location. So after completing his mission and then walking all day, he finally found his brother whom he had not seen for several months, by his battery and ioi 51) )lc ioizz: lfcz: ioc To the Eligibility of His Candidacy for Judge of the Court of AppealsMy attention lias been called to a publication in a newspaper of this appellate District, ctlling in question my residence in Warren county. The public will readily understand that this publication emanates from Judge J. V. Henson, my opponent for the Democratic nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals, and that it is an expiring effort to save himself from impending defeat.. Although the alleged facts upon which he is resting this absurd publicttion were investigated by him two months or more ago, he has not seen fit to publish them until now. His purpose in withholding them from the public until this late day will be as readily perceived as his motive for publishing them at all. My friends need not be disturbed campaign by this or any latter-da- y , propoganda of like kind. I have, in fSct, had a legal resiin Bowdence and been a ling Green, Warren county, Kentucky, for over forty years, and not a year during this period has ever passed without my having voted at every election, whether general, special or primary, held in that city or for that county, and my status as a citizen and resident of Bowling Green has never changed. Of course the performance of my duties as Judge of the Court of Appeals has required my official residence during the most of the year at Frankfort, but during all the time I have been at Frankfort upon the Appellate Bench, engaged in the performance of my duties, I have regularly returned to Bowling Green to cast an unchallenged Democratic vote as a citizen and a resident thereof, in every instance registering for that purpose since the time when registration has been required bv law. Some portion of my vacation in each year has likewise been spent in said city and county. The statute referred to by lf. publication in question has been in existence for more than forty years, but during the whole of thai time hn been largely disregarded by official of the State who were compelled to remain at Frankfort for the perforhave mance of official duties as been; for this statute is merely directory, not mandatory, and a W with it does not alter th" Uct of my legal residence At iiwr !ast election to thil effee, which I no again seek, ni" then Rf publics. exponent, who was learned to the law. ;"d not raise any qucMo whatever as to my legal residence or ..lii i'pVt '. .ilthough condition-- ; tlicn WCrt ex.u'itj' the same as now It ha; ii'nained for Judg.- Ilexson. ays of this can.p;':gn, ana m the la-- t for purely selfish purposes and political ends, to attempt to inspire a doubt as to my eligibility, heretofore unchallenged and undenied. The Democratic voters of the District may rest assured that if chosen their nominee shall win the election and take my seat just exactly as under the same conditions I did eight tax-pay1 1 THE FARMERS BANK Hardinsburg, Ky. At the Close of Business, June 25, 1918. Last call of Banking Commissioner in comma ration of the Fall af Hastile in ITM, known as the French Declaration of Independence, the pastor of the Cloverport Methodist church, Rev. W. L. Baker, held a special service at his church Sunday Assets $235,495.09 15,750.00 0 Cash and Due from Banks. . 37,155.52 o Overdrafts 828.83 Loans and Discounts. Liabilities Capital Surplus, Undivided $ 25,000.00 morning. Before the sermon, Misses F"va May and F.liza May sung the Marsellaise. France's National anthem, while the audience stood, followed by the singing of America. Rev. Baker's subject was "a basing it upon the scripture verse "if thou canst believe all things are possible to him that He gave as an excellent illustration the Fall of Rastile, or generally known as the fall of despotism in France, when the French people freed themselves of a monargovernment. Rev. chal Baker brought out the fact that the people of F'rance lost faith in their king, therefore the king and people were out of harmony which resulted in a complete revolution and right ruled. He also applied the same illustration to individuals, saying that the people who had faith in God and believed, to them all things were possible and right would reign in their lives likewise At the evening service there was an unusally large congregation to hear the sermon in song. Rev. Baker preached the gospel in a striking manner by reading the scripture lessons and the choir singing hymns that bore upon the text of the scripture. The subject of the sermon was "The Open and Closed Door." On next Sunday evening the Woman's Missionary Society will have charge of the service! and a very interesting program is being arranged for that service. Work-ingFaith," Bonds. Profits Deposits 8,082.11 268,588.76 D Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets Total 8,175.00 4,266.43 $301,670.87 Total $301,670.87 JNO. D. SHAW, Cashier 30C 30C DC on D IOC GOLD STAR ON PRIV. MORRISON HEARD FROM A-lo- YOUNG MOTHER command In writing home to his parents of their glad meeting, Corp Moorman said "All well. Returned here last night. Spent a couple of hours with Roy. Had a hard time locating him but lastly succeeded by walking into the big woods where he was locating a battery, making emplacement for a cannon. He is well and looks well .yetting along nicely. He moves tomorrow having accomplished his present pupose. On my trip here saw a number of people I knew or knew me. Get a letter from Chas. H. Moorman occasionally, He is now a Captain. Roy was certainly surprised when walked upon him the way I did. It was a great and happy meeting sure. walked about all day to find him " I SERVICE FLAG TAKEN SUDDENLY Mrs. Sylvester White Dies Fri- Of Irvington Baptist Church. In Base Hospital No. 34, Nantes- Says He is Getting W. M. S. Presents HandVery Well. some Flag on France's Independence Day. Irvington, Ky., July 18 (Special) On Sunday morning, July 14th a large audience was present at the Baptist church at a patriotic service in honor of France's Independence day and our boys in service. After an impressive talk by Rev. Keid, the Prtnch anthem, ''Marsellaise" was beautifully rendered by the choir, while the audience stood in respect to our sister nation. flag, the gift of the Wo- - ' man's Missionary Society, was presented to the Haptist church and S. S. Mrs. K. B. McGlothlan made the pre-- 1 scntation speech and gave a glowing; tribute to the boys represented by the stars. The flag was beautifully em-- ! broidered by Mrs. Mary Munford, aged N years. The flag contained a number of blue stars and one gold star which commemorates the death of Lewis Herndon, one loyal son, who gave his young life for his country. The roll of names represented on the flag was called and relatives responded with tributes of dowers. Those who responded were Jess Herndon, Jr., Mrs. Alice Lyddan, Miss Angie Gibson, Mrs. J. B. Hern- i and Mr. J. B. Biggs. A serv S. Muriel day Leaving an Infant Two Small Children. and Stephensport Girl Makes Hit at Fontaine Ferry Miss lielva Jane French, the bright and talented daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. J. W. French, of Stephensport, has been highly complimented in Louisville on account of her special musical talent, being gifted with a charming voice. In the stage attraction news of the Sunday Couricr-Jonrnappeared this al j j Folio wills the message saying that Morrison had been severely wounded June H, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison, have received a letter from Muriel which was sent from the base hospital N'o. M, Nantes and dated June 11, The letter was typewritten and it bore the following message: On Active Service with the A. K. F. Name, l'riv. Scott M. Morrison. Battery F. Filth Field Artillery, A. k. f. To Mrs Ky. J. F. Morrison. Cloverport. tt am in the base Dearest Mother: hospital at Nantes, bin am getting on very well and hope to be up before very long. am resting comfortably 1 FREE TELEPHONE SERVICE TO STEPHENSPORT. and do not have any pain. received all letters until I came to the hospital, and when you write again, which hope you will do very soon, please send your letter here, as expect to be here long enough to receive it. came here on one of the Red ross Hospital trains, and the journey was a pleasure (live my love to every one and tell them to be sure and write to me very often, as I am anxious to get letters and look forward to them. Your loving son. 1 1 C Mrs Bessie Johnson White, wife of Sylvester White, who resides on the Hill, died Thursday afternoon after a brief illness of one day. Thi funeral was held Saturday af ternoon from the Baptist church and the interment took place in the CloServices verport cemetery. were conducted by Rev. A. N. Couch Mrs. White was the daughter of L. C. Johnson, and the late Mrs. Johnson, who died last spring She was twenty-siyears old and was born and reared in Breckinridge county, near Cloverport. Four eai- - IgO lie was married to Sylvester White and1 to this union three children weie born, namely. Stella May. Louisa and Margaret, the last named being a day old infant and who is now in the care of Mrs. White's neice, Mrs. H. Haw-- 1 kins, of Tohinsport. Ind. Besides the three children and husband, a sister.! Mrs. Chas. Hawkins, of this city, and two brothers. Will Johnson, Clover-- j port and Roy Johnson. Rockport, x - Card of Thanks. wish to thank the mail'. kind friends and relatives lor tin- kir.d-iic- s shown us during the illness and death of my dear wile. I wish especially to thank the kind fneuds lor the many locely flowers. 1 paragraph ''Another of the big attractions at Fontaine berry is the singing of lielva French, who is heard on the bandstand with Paulsen and bis players She is a very handsome young woman and possesses an unusually beautiful voice. She has studied at the Louisville Conservatory of Music. She made a tremendous hit at Fontaine Ferry last week and will c m I IMS to be the attraction again this week." Miss French is a neice of H. J. Hainman, of this city. McFa.land-Bohle- r j Venter W'nitc Interesting Side Lights on Letter "e" Some one has advanced the opinion that the letter "e" is the most unfortunate letter in the Fuglish language, because it is always out of cash, forever in debt, never out of danger and in hell all the time FoV some reason, he over looked the for- tuuatei of the letter, so we cuM his attention to the fact "e" - icer in is the war and always in peace beginning of existence, the commencement of ease and the end of trouble Without i' there wou'd be no meat, no life and no heaVSU Linotype Bulletin 1 er Mrs employed at thej I'helps button factory and he has been living in this place for two years. His other two children are (has. living with their aunt, Mr - ImLi survive. Mr White lade of the marAnnouncement riage oi Mis Helta McFarland. of Louisville and Mr. F.arl Bolder, of - ting took place this city. The at the Holy Cross church in Louisville, Tuesday afternoon. July Hi. at i i Scott. TO JUDGE AT MISSOURI STATE FAIR. Mr. Vic Robertson, Hardinsburg, has been selected by the management of the Missouri State Fair, at Sedalia, Mo., to officiate as one of the Judges in the Saddle Horse department at their coming shows, Aug. 1:.' to 17. Mr. C. L. Hall, local manager of the Cumberland Telephone Company Respectfully, has installed telephone communicaW E. Settle. tions from Cloverport to Stephana-por-t and Holt. The service will be Thereare ial.OoO American soldiers gratis to only the patrons of the company and the connections will be on the fighting line in France. made direct from the local office. tkl I ago. I am, Haw kins. Mrs. White was a member of the Cloverport Baptist church and lived a laitlilul Innstian. Iter untimely death was a CVat shock to her many friends. two o'clock. Father Charles Cloverpor ofliciat-ing- . Boring Oil Well is Called to Camp Taylor. LOST! A small brooch with a Sapphire stone in Reward ofcenter. if returned to fered The Breckenridge News Office. Hardinsburg, Ky., July 1:2 (Spec-it- ) Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tom n so n were guests of Mis Tomliuson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Blair and family a few days last week anil Mrs. Blair accompanied them home. Mr. Tomlinson received his call to Camp Zachary Taylor the next day after returning home. Mrs. H. M. Blair and daughters. Misses Peail and Carrie Blair accompanied them to the train. Squirrel Season Open The hunting season for squirrels to the huntsmen. The law expired June HO, and from then until Sept. 13 it is permissibble to hunt is open squirrels. cigarets were smoked 33,000,000,000 by American citizens last year. Sauerkraut, Mr. Hoover says, is It is also in Dutch. Dutch. The Falcon Oil Co., of New York, League War Department putting down an oil well on the They have The Senior Kpworth League of the Pile farm near Mook had bad luck and had to abandon Methodist church 'v added to s ortwo holes They are now on their ganisation for the duration of the war a fifth department known as the war third and are down about ISO feet. department The purpose of the new 13 lbs. Wool From Yearling Ewe. branch of League work, is to be ready infield 1'ate. of Tar Springs, sold to assist in every conceivable way the pounds of wool last week to Julian various kinds of war work in this H. Brown and received 70c per pound city and community. The chairman and committees of for it. All of the II pounds was sheared from a yearling ewe which the war department have been apis quite out of the ordinary for wool pointed by the League president, Miss Mary McGavock and those gatherers. named were Misses Mildred Bahbage, The British government has called Addie McGavock, Jane Lightfoot, Elfor army service, men up to fifty-on- e eanor Reid, Mary Canary, Flossie Canary, Seliua Sippel and Cecil Jolly. years old. ; Louisville Stock Market Hog market Choice heavies, 310 Wednesday evening and will make this their home. The pounds and up. flT.Ui IM pounds groom holds a position with the L. and down, $17.0; roughs $15.90 down H. & St. I... in the civil engineering Lambs Best fat sheep $1 l(i $1 1.50; department. He is the son of Mr bucks $H.:0 down; best lambs $17.75 (Viv:is; sccands$U(i $14 :.'j; culls $10 $ and n ( has Bolder. $14. Calves- Mr. and Mrs. Bolder will arrive in Best medium $1 l.OOdi veals $' $14.50ft$l3; Prof. Dudley To Speak Here. On Monday evening. July at 7:45 o'clock. Prof Dudley, of Ky.. and who is a member of the Louisville Conference of Sunday-Schoworkers, will speak at the Methodist church on Sunday-Schoo- l He is desirous of meeting the work Sabbath school workers of all denominations at this conference next Monday evening. Earl-ington, If the United States does declare war on Turkey won't we make the feathers fly? jeaeanasBweaaesBsiiwi r "THE KAISER'S TALK TO HELL' (By W E Curry ) Thr Kaisii ctlll the devil up On the telephone "i"' daj The gii it cfit' tl listened i" I I I No' WILLS PROBATED PRODUCTION AND V FISCAL COURT. i . r regular term of the County Fiscal Court contin"Hell," she heard thr Kaiser's voice, ued and held in and for lirerkinridgc "Is old man Satan home? mary question as be sees it is one County, at the Court House, in Just tell him it is Kaiser Hill K on Thursday, April The will of John M. Shell man. de- of production and production cannot That w. nits him on the phone." ceased, was prohated in tile ( ounty he assured if the food administration 4th. mi. Present: Hon. S. ft. P:yne. presid4. The will imposes restrictions and regulations Court. Monday. June The Devil Mid "Hello" t Hill ing Judge of the Hrrckinridgt ( ounty bethat would prevent less important contained the following: He And Hill Mid, "How arc you? F'iseal Court and the following named queathed all of his real estate to his evils from occurring I'm ruiinini here a Hell on Earth, Justices of the Peace tow it: Ksquircs is during wife, I.ctitia Jane Sbelliiian Al Mr Hoover points out. it would So tell me what to do." C. F. Nubbins. I I. Keenan. Horace her lifetime. To his son. L, K. Shell-ma- he perfectly possible to regulate must be sold within McCoy, I). C Heron, Abe DlMill two and daughter. Mary dell Shell-man- , prices so as to preclude large profits "What can I do? the Devil said. and J. M. Howard, being all of the . daughter-in-lawI.ula erdelia on the part of any corporation enweeks will bring. "My dear old Kaiset Kill? . Ruby gaged in the food business. Hut to Justices of the Peace in commission Shellinan and II there's a thiiiK tl'at I CM do in lircckinridge County I dell F.va ShellShellman ami Susan apply such a system would drive the To help you sure I will." In Re Sheriff's Settlement. 1917. inan. to have a home at bis place so less t Ac lent corporations out of busiCame the committee heretofore ap-- I long as they remain unmarried. and serve to increase monopoly ness The Kaiser said, "Now, liiten, pointed to make settlement with the "My cash, alter my Mineral expenconditions wherever they exist. And J will try to tell Sheriff and A. T. Heard. of It is no argument for high profits ses and tomb are paid for. to he dividThe way that I am mining lircckinridge County, for himself F. Shellinan. that Mr Hoover sets forth. On the ed eipially among L On Karth I modern Hell Susan Carrie contrary, the food administration has and deputies and after being duly Marv Idell Shellman, in open court a list Flder and the blood heirs of my son. demonstrated its desire to cut down sworn presented My army went thioiiKli I'clgium. of erroneous .ssessments in the sum deceased, who arc prices on all staple products. If the Shooting women and children down, Wm K. Shellman. of at .'0 cents on the Sioo on o the infants. Ruby Idell Shellman and packers have seemingly made large W'c tore iif all her country. making a total of f 163.00, it - n,,v. Stock to he profits it is not because they are exSusan F.va Shellman. And Men up all her towns by the court left at home; Carrie Filler's part $l"i acting an exorbitant price, but be- ordered and directed t A. T. Heard be allowed & from estate they are doing an cxtraordi-nar- that cause to he made My Zepps dropped homhs on cities. the sum of f 103,00 and the same to be If j son. I.. F. Shellman. in whom I amount of business. Killing both the oM and young. have implicit coinidcncc. I name as The remedy s not to impose regu- credited on the Railroad Fund in his And those the ZipptHni ilidn't Ret executor of this will without hond. lations which will have the certain settlement and further Delinquent! Were taken out and hung. beithes erroneously assessed to The part of my real estate and per- ct'fci t oi curtailing production, but to and shall go to Ruby absorb, by means of taxation. thCM the amount of l,0M at fg.80 each sonal propertv that I started out tor Pari, to $3,800.00, it is ordered that and Susan Shellman. daughters of my unusual profits and devote them to With the aid of poisonous gas. T, Heard he allowed a deceased son. Wm R. Shelliiiau. I de government purposes. The food a.! the said A. The Belgians, darn 'em. stopped us. credit of said sum in his settlement in pee sire that it he held intact until MO ministration has succeeded And would not let us pass are of age and pra the court to ap venting any flagrant profiteering; it is as follows: Genera! Fxpcnse Fund $i.(i:tr.oo. School Fund $1.00:1.00, Rood point my son. L F Shellman. as their now up to congress to provide a My Suhinarines are Devils. guardian. means for reducing excessive profits and Hridge Fund 1313.00, Why. you should ec them tight! It is further ordered and directed UpOl the death of my wife. I de which result, in certain cases, from They go sneaking through the sea. A. T. Beard he and he is hereby alsire that Bay lands he divided, com- especially fortunate circumstances And sink I ship at light. lowed exonerations on $103,973.00 erline, Chicago Tribune. July IS, HUH. mencing at the Swift & Company cannot tell roneously assessed and that he be 1. to L. K. Shciw lot or parcel No, I was running things to suit inc. the time of purchasing cattle, given credit in his settlement with to Mary Idell Micllman; man: .no. Report of the condition ol the Till a year or so ago, the following amounts, to wit! School No. :: to Susan Carrie Flder; Xo I to price fresh will bring When a man called Woodrovv Wilson Fund the N cents children of Wm. my BANK ountingat to $303.73;onRoad $100. no amWrote me to go more slow. on sale. If between when and Bridge Ruby Idell Shellinan. deceased, doing business in the town of Irving-ton- . Fttnd at 33 cents on the $100.00 am Shellman ami Susan Eva Shellman, purchase and sale, conHe said to me, 'Dear William, County oi Breckinridge, State ounting to $337.18; General Expense Signed; John M. Shellinan. We don't want to make you sore. ditions change, the price of meat of Kentucky, at the close of busi- Fund at in cent- - on the $100,00 amWitnesses M. S. Jolly and K. L So be sure to tell your ounting to !?i".'.s.;: Pauper Fund at ii ness on ""tli day of June, ltlis. lolly. May 7. ItM, - no more. To sink our shipalso change. cents on the ion 00 amounting to $01.73; Sinking Fund at '.' cents on the RESOURCES The will of LaCJf S. Kurtz was also We have told you for the last time. Slfi6,916,fJ $100.03 amounting to $00,37. probated in the County Court last Loans and discounts So. Dear Kill, it's up to you. Came A. T. Beard. of Monday, lane 14. It stated that she Overdrafts, secured and unAnd if you do not top it, limits our profit to 9 per cent on 3,0fl0vM Breckinridge County, together with Nora Stewart secured lesired to give Mr-- . You have got to fight US, too his deputies. W. C Pate. A. J. Dye, capital invested in the meat tU for kind attention given her dur Stocks, bonds and other I :!..";. 9.00 J. B. Carman and W. 11. Gibson, who securities nine-- ing Me reipicslctl tile I did not Ii ten to him. departments. This is about 2 ".:. r.'.."0 after being duly sworn according to inn to appoint T, J. Compton exe Due from banks And he's, coming after me. ( ash on hand es4,100.01 law. turned into court their lists of .. cutor oi her will and to settle her cents per dollar of sales. No With a million Yankee Soldier Delmquentl as follows: to wit; First tate It was her request that Mr. Hanking house. Furniture From their home.- - across the ea profit is guaranteed, and the District 3S3; Second District 1.17; and Fixtures 4.000.00 Clavcomb set a price on her house Third District till; Fourth District lot and Mr.-- . Nora Stewart is to irhy I called yon, risk of loss is not eliminated Now. that's 17.': Fifth District 110: and Sixth have rentes! after Mrs. Stewart baa GSS9.1 SC!$ pwu For I want trice from von, District 174. making a total of 1,003 been fully satisfied for services renLIABILITIES knew thai yon wo ild tell m in the entire county, t'pon motion of fact, meat is As a dered, the balance due on bouse and Capital lock paid in. in Ju-- t ought ti d..." what .. 11 ,t...! 1... n ....... cash lot is to be div ided among her living 4 1,000.00. ,.f l."c. often sold a loss because of Esquire Abe Bennett it is ordered Surplus fund ,500.00 brothers. "My dear old Kaiac William. that the aforesaid delinquent list he the need of selling it before it She bequeathed the following ar- Undivided profits, less ex me to tell Tiu re'.- - not much allowed tiie said A. T, Heard and he 640.3(1 ticlelied and bedding is follows: ponsei and taxes paid - will make the hot For ink spoils. is hereby allowed credit in his settleDeposits subject to James M. Stewart; wedding neckT'ran I can for yon In tell ment with the county for the year lace to I.ula Stewart! family ring to jf8y47tsll 10 check I i'.'17. the amount of the delinquent! Donald Stewart; my Kurtz neicci are Time deposits 17)338.08 I've been a mean old c it, to have Brat choice ol one or two oi 160,01 I.Ofl tovvit: l,o:0 less :il representing de'i I5ut not ball so mean a & ou, linquent poles in Graded School dismy hooks. Due banks and Trust ComAnd the minute thai yon get here The will was dated March II, ItM panies 014. :.'. tricts at $3.30 each making atotal of I will give my job to you. at Webster. J anna Payne ami II. Bills pa ibte tu.ooo.oo $3,330.00, same to be credited to bis H. Norton, vitnv settlement as follows tovvit: School mt v I'll b i otning, Expense Mr. Compton waived tie right as Sl9j,7C8.S9 Fund $1,003.00; General Total And I'll keep the lire- - ;. bright. Fund $1,036X0; Road Funds $31840, executor and recommended Herrj State of Kentucky. And I'll bare yonr room all reads Came A. T. Beard, Stewart as executor who was appoin- County ol Breckinridge, Set. of is When the Yank- - begin to fight overdrawn in the sum of 0M.II it Closing Out Business. ted by the Court We, W, J I'iggott and J. C. Payne, Breckinridgi county, with the com- il hereby ordered and directed that president and cashier of the above mittee heretofore appointed to audit be Treasurer pay to A. T. Heard, ex-F'or the Boys in Bloc will get you: j Mr. j. c. VvVatherholt. who for named bank do solemnly swear that hi- - settlement and presented in open Shtrifl Ol Mreckmridge 1 have nothing more to tell. county the se,.,ri ,,.arii OWIM.c, awJ eerafttijy ki the above statement is true to ' the COMrl their report and settlement plume and get JOUI hat, Han;; up urn ot NM, the amount oes I astaataotse) a slaee si the Base, which report and settlement was exbeat i i our knowledge and belief. II And meet IMC lire lrawn in said Pauper Fund as shown eml , ,ht. KMMfhas Krduallv sold .1 M UU-U!i- l Mlix 1. W. J. Piggott, Preside! amined in open court. Said settle- i - .. . m t sun seiucinein out oi anv money ,,, 1,1, ,,.... .. ,.1,,..;,, his hno ment shows that A. T. Beard, J. C I'ayne. Cashier Arrived in France. on bands due said fund, and if be has this vie, k of Breckinridge county, has Subscribed and sworn to before me not a sufficient amount on hand due Owing to the wir and its eiieum-ttasee- a in his hands due the School Fund the Mr. and Mrs VYoodford Weather-holt- . Former Almost a Luxury, Sayc this 3rd da) of July, IMS. said fund to pay said overdraft, he is Mr WVatlurholt whs rmt of $0,66.80, Sinking Pond $034.- sum J. M. Herndon, Prof. Carney of Louvain, Tobin port re eived a me sage hereby authorized and directed to j jostifled in earrving ou his grocery Notary Public. 13; Hridge $3,900.33; Railroad t Monday from then ton, Walla, e i 1, ,,i :i tl , 1,1 .1 '....'.,. store anv luger It is not kinwn Now in Washington. mid $3,308,47! My Commission expires Mar. 1990, General Kxpeuse ridge county Weatherbolt, slating his safe arrival to pay said overdraft, wiiat line ot work he will take up in Fund $833.11; Road Pond, First Magin Brail He wiled about June .'a. at a rate of interest not exceeding Prof. Albert ,t. Cars the future. of the TJnl- isterial District $9,636,37 ; Second Newspapers Must Eeono- cents per annum to be signed by the1 versitj oi i.ntmiin. mnv attached to Magisterial District $1,013.37; Third I ) In Radij Service. County Judge, County Treasurer, LOUISVILLE PARTY the Belgian legation in Washington, mize on Print Paper. Magisterial District $1,477.1 7 : said that dug in- :i is ejBBOSl and attested by tin- County Clerk. luxury ENTERTAINED Magisterial District $3,144-40- ; Fifth In Ro 1011 Treasurer's Report. A llieikiuridge county boy who iii Belgian sod Bast eats ajm are be . Because of an acute shortage in the District $1,033.80; and Sixth District - t'l.i.cine Moring siaugDteretl for the table, old pso i lervicc, the rati Came the committee heretofore ap- Speciaf Union Star, Ky. July pie noil ebUdrefl are dying In large supply oi paper the War Industries $1,31333. And it further appearing pointed gan, the ion l Mr. and Mrs. Sam and I'aul Compton. Treas-Ma,i (ri Straub a,nd daughter, Hoard announced effective July is, that the pauper fund i., overdrawn in Morgan, of halls of Rough. I'riv. numbers, mid toberculoala is rapidly the following prclitnmarv economies the sum of $603.33, on motion of urer of llreckinridge county and pre-- j Miss Lorena Straub,, ' Mrs . Annie Profi nr'Qtnwy says: Morgan enlisted In the navy in April spreading. entea ami mOVOO to Hie the report Shefiuire and Mr. Oil's Singleton, all "Coffee la very scarce in Belgium to he enforced by newspapers Esquire D. C. Heron, seconded by of and was sent to Newport lor six said Treasurer of Receipts and of Louisville motored here last Sun.mil i not obtainable fl u a daily and weekly edition: under Abo Bennett, yes and nay vote beweeks turning and from there to pound. RgSja Disbursements as Treasurer afore- day in Miss Straub's Maxwell car and si ll ;ii Id atifg. To Discontinue the acceptance of the ing taken, resulted as follows: Cambridge, Mass, to the Harvard preserve, however, tlntt kind of food, said for the year 1011 said report spent the day with Mrs. Shefinire'-aun- t, retui n oi unsold copies. Robbins, yea; Keenan, yea; Mc- w Radlio School, where he is stud j Ing so hiuiiy oeeoad fee tinin open court and is is (XSmSSed bralHo. nw Mrs. Lent A. Cart and Mr. Cart Discontinue the use of all samples Coy, jea; Heron, yea; Bennett, yea w irele ss lelegl apl.v so numerous in Belgium, the works in words and figures as follows towit: The party reported good r tree promotion copies. roads until and Howard, vea; whereupon sai-of rescue provide it fond t'ur (Continued uext week). they entered llreckinridite countv. Discontinue giving copies to any- - report ami settlement is now approvthe hens. Bwlsa cheese is obtulnsble T. B. Henderson Complimented Mr. Singleton was a former Union ay' ,lleV' ,ot ed and adopted and ordered to reut $;t a pound. CTiociliite aeUs at 4 0 What Would you think of a Sun ccording to income tax reports Star boy, who is making good having mid eoeoa nt olive oil Is '"' or where required by statute law cord. day School with every officer and tea- - $8 la lucrative position with the railroad. in the esse ol odaciaj advertisint;. bottle. It is further ordered and directed Kentucky has si millionaires. cher present, only one pupil absent. "This sltitnlion has lulled to the Discontinue giving free copies to by the court that A. T. Heard, ex- and she sent an excuse, being sick, maeovery of numerous substitutes. 4 idvertitera, except not more tbsn Sheriff ol Brsckinrids county pay . . . 11.,. I 1,,..,,, This was; Oiut I. and about ttiorty visitor nt s to the l Treasurer of Breckinridge i VI...1.. .i: .i... iii'oiii oi, .1... m einoiosi. , ninui, ...... ......I..... nun an i.iai- was t 111- me uua ihihiihis ine Discontinue the arbitrary forcing county the slim of 00,000,01 School Soutl W'cb.tcr, Kentucky, June 0, tm Has been pltlleealy excluded. What oi copies on news dealers (i. e. cum-- i .i Fund and the sum of fOOl.l!) due the Is HON Interesting to record 1m the II. Henderson has been Mr t'.iis use of sirtnv heny IsOeeS laadOOd of pelting them to buy more copies Sinking Pond, anil the sum of 95,000.. aancrintetident "t t h - icbool for :to than they can legitimately sell in or- U due Hridge Fund and the sum of Stomach and Bowels out of order, appetite poor and years, lie is one of the men who tobueeo, of sirup instead of butter. "Mureiiver, ull kinds of native fruits, der to hold certain territory.) due the Railroad Fund general disinclination for work, does not net old. ami does not gel Discontinue the hMjbjaj back of and the sum of .v;:!. biivc now n mar due the Gens ruts; he attends i on eni into paper- - at either wholesale or retail eral BxfsHMO I'und and the sum of ket VaitOS, Pog ruses brtBgl .') cents and Icon, what is KiiK 00k Ky I ml. w ild bsgsl nuts cost 10 His, sclliiij.; price from dealers or agents $ .'.ii ;s :it due the Magisterial Siinday-Schiiu- l Keporter. with priim-j eaata, aMsrbeerles 4 in onler to secure prelerential repre- - Distt n t Rood Putted,First the sum of and have reuu- senlation eeiits. le. The 11,010.91 due the Second Magisterial I lie liiti-i- l expli.llnl ion or neorus mid Remedy You Need DisContinuS the payment of salaries District Road I'und and the sum of of which they send irreut YOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE or commissions to agents, dealers, or $1.1.7 17 due the Third Magisterial It crestes energy by cleansing the system of bilioua impuritiea iUuntltli-to (ieriiiany In order to A thousand people look at your face newsboys lor the purpose of securing District Rood Fund and the sum of and restoring activity in the torpid i.ver. Take a dose when you nil from Ihein. whUe one glanceu at your feet yet go to bed. You will feel bright and vigoroua next morning "They ulso have ('iiniiiuinileered fat the eiiiivaleuet of return privileges. 10,14.40 due the Fourth Magisterial you spend money to keep your uboes It'a a tine purifying and regulating medicine. Price SO Discontinue all free exchanges. eats In many pliieex, Sinn- n tux of In condition and neglect your faco. District Rood Fund anil the sum of cenle RED CROSS Shaving Lotion (tbo $tl has been Imposed by them upon l,0U.St due tin- Fifth M agisUiul JAS. P. BALLARD, Proprietor I ST. LOUIS, MO. luxury), makes old faces iloKH, the number of those uuIiuhIh Hill persons, most of them negroes, District Road Fund and the sum of look young and keeps all faces In the which their owners have killed auil were killed when two N. C & St. L. s due the Sixth Magisteiul pink of condition. This and other KIfiJ eaten Is lurife. I 'nt meat Is suld to be trains had a head on collision at District Road Fund. CROSS toilet articles gold only by commonly used." Nashville recently. It appearing that the Pauper Fund A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. SuM by all diu,oiiso,. - All thrv h id i" MJ Mr Hoover's letter to Senator Sim That of John M. Shellman and molls with resort to price i nula Lucy S. KlirtZ in the BrCCk- - lion again illustrates the sound judg inridge County Court, Mon- nent which we have become acensttonied to associate with his adminisday. June 24. tration of food problems. The prit Continued from last week.f At a Hrerk-inridg- ll v -- Meat Must Be Sold Fresh meat perishable. about for whatever it It n I grand-daughters- A certain amount of beef is frozen for foreign S'i.V-'oro- shipment, but domestic markets demand fresh, chilled, unfrozen beet Swift Company cannot increase prices by withholding meat, cause it will not keep fresh and salable for more than a few days after it reaches -- the market. Gross-Howar- d : grand-daughter- FIRST STATE at what meat put market must The Food Administration -- . lu-- I -- 1 I 1 1...-.S- matter at N 1 1 Swift Company, U.S.A. I mn m cats Am ..i , , n-- 1 '' i i ' ' r. pub-lishin- g . I oojee-worwa- jg eop-poii- 11 . . . 1111 1 When You Feel Bad i j cem-rull- v I i - HEROINE Is the ex-trn- - after-shavin- pi " SUBSCRIBERS A LETTERS' Call To Arms. Likes to Get Home Paper. Dear Mr Habbige: Please send us the Breekeni idge News for one year. We liiid Illinois a fine country to live in but we like to get our paper from home it is almost like getting a letter. We nil know what home mean when we Youis truly, get so far awav. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hlaine, Viola, III , Route I By Sanford t'ritililoc The bugle rail lias MWl4f d throughout otir native land. And we've rallied 10 therolors, by the President we'll stand We're fearless and defiant, we are noble, brave and true. And we're ready to lay down imr lives for the Stars and Stripes and You. When we go across the waters into a foreign land. We will go into the trenches anil hy our flag we'll stand; We will Rood live to mothers, to witnM and "ret hearts tOO, Pof they will know we're doing our luty as brave men might to do -- Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stnck Farm Qlen Dean, Ky, t .0IERT30I. Directory of THR I HOWARD M. HOWARD A FARMS Prop fiaiiiitof SON Oh, God in Heaven, protect our flaff, the one for which we tight; It stands for Liberty and Honor, which is only just and right. Give unto us. Oh Lord, the cotirageaud the power, To go into this battle, the soldiers of the hour And when we're on the tiring line so many miles away, Protect the loved ones left at home. Oh Lord, until we're back to stay. And bless our loving mothers and the little children too. Upon us. depends their freedom and the old Ked. White and I'.luc. We're going to fight for Freedom and Freedom wc must win. And no matter what the battle we must take our part in. We are going to light with Pershing and with General Joffre too, And we'll bring home the Victory to the Wed. White and Hluc. And here's to the boys in khaki, a noble set of sons, Who fear no (ierman Submarines or none of their mighty guns. Nor do they fear the Kaiser, a foolish man is he; That he can whip the entire world, sounds like foolishness to me. Behind the firing lines on the battle fields of France, Our soldiers are in training, just eager for their chance. With our aim as true as steel to get into the fray. To try to gain a victory for the good old U. S. A. We're going into the trenches with a heart that's brave and true And we w ill bring home the victory to the Stars and Stripes and You. And when the battles are over and if victory we have won. We will bow our heads in prayer to thee, our mother's sons. From J M. Harris. Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs 1(100 Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Mr. J I). Babbage, Cloverpnrt, Ky. Have won Dear Sir: Please find enclosed check for the Breckenridge News another Ribbons at State Fairs Past Five Years Dealer In Leaf Tobacco VICTORY. l.r.li-- ' Weekly. I Glen Dean, Hardinsburg, Dealt rs in - Ky. year. I ,Mlt Wishing you and the News success, V 'urs very respectfully, am, . Valley Home Stock Farm W. OWED & M. Harris, SOIS. Prairlilwi Beard Bros. Ky. all! Cedar St Nashville, Tenn. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Can't Do Without It. Dear Mr Hibbagt: KucIomi! is a money order for the renewal of my subscription the Breckenridge News. We can not do without our home Respectfully, paper. 25I7 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle flliK bfWWf. And iitnrn foully btM then MM Hlffld And ail my mhl4 mat wptmew tin wnM bt IM only pray to i ltd for N n tory I eosM hart praytd for ptatt Iwftfi 1 knvd of little emMrtn Hftad in A wort point through the hit e nil put Live Stock and ORCHARD HOME FARM James Wes Main 8t. K Waggoner, Ky. eouhl have unitnt for my MM to 'turn Mjft home ; hut foul anl pM outpouring hell And HojwM tin-- and MndMMFM of hell. Si t nil my blond aflatm an-- now I hum With holy iftt. what e'er the tMfl M me. If MM) or late Qm MM ui Victory. I Tobacco HURT H The Webster Stock Farm HOMO. Louisville, 0. P. MAYSF.Y. Proprietor rvnld have u itched new tayt hy aid i'leaN Mail not known of death that hurtling w Ovnit FkYMIKl: Mrs. J. Sunday MM of Registered Ouroc Jersey Kogs. Ilardinsbiirj'.'ky.. Route .'. Grant and son, Cart. Magazine Bars Mail Order Ads. There wilt be no more advertisements of mail order houses in Everybody's Magazine after the September issue. The publishers announce that in taking this step they arc backing movement" up the "buy at home which wholesalers and retailers have strongly advocated. That this may be a powerful blow struck for the retail merchant and for community development may lu- - judged from the statement that one of the largest mail order houses of the country did a business of more then $178,000,000 in The publishers of Everybody's eliminated all mail order advertising from their three women's magazines more than a year ago. Biddle and Mrs W. P. Gordan (iale spent with Mr and Mrs. Finest F. Beneath the wnvafl to smite the innnit nt ; Hut knowing all. my Mart lt d spirit reel. Then spring- to ask: "What will ye. Lord, of mc That to our arms may MM Njm Pietory ?" I. M Thornton nit Farmer. Dealer. Breeder and. Feeder lof Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster. Ky. tttt. Kig Spring Rvv. atarrs, Mansville is assisting Rev Deacon in a serie-- , ot meetings at tills place. Dr. W. H Strother, Owe nsboro came. W. dnesday for a slum visit to his mother and sister. Master John A. Barr came with him. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Moorman and little daughter, Mollie Ditto le turned to Louisville Sunday after a visit of several clays with his mother His brother, Jim Moorman and sister returned home with them and remained till Monday afternoon. Lems Clarkson has beeD called and is now at Camp Taylor. Mrs. Judith Stith is with her ueice, Mrs. James V. Clarkson. Dr. C. B. Witt spent Thursday at Mrs. Geo. Birger entertained the following last Sundav: Misses Carrie B. Kelm, Gladys Sketo, Leota Grain and Messrs. Claude Dodson Kdith Wright. While the National War Work CounHubert Pbllpotl and Morton Hair. cil does not pay all of the woman's l'riv Stanford Brashear spent the for expenses, yet we are looking Fourth with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. volunteer workers who are ble to S. W Brashear. defrav a p irt of tlieir own expenses. Several from here attended the ice These women will work in the capacity cream supper at Guilt Edge, Thursday-nightOf stenographers and canteen workers. Mr. C. A. Tevebaugh, State Recruit- Mr. and Mrs. Clint Philpott spent tag Secretary is just back from New York where he promised that Kentucky Sunday with Mr and Mrs. C. C. Grant will supplv 5O BMU and I5 women for Miss Florence Bruner has to her overseas work by August 1st. I am home from Louisville. sure that the (trad old State or" Kcn-- ' Miss Eva Summers, Louisville is tucky is going to stand behind Mr. visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mis. Teveb.iugh and that our quota will be Henry Summers. complete bv the above date. For furtiier information write the BELCH FORK Keotaoky State KecrniHag Constant, Association Hidg., Louisville, Ky. 343 News scarce, wheat threshing and cutting grass is tha order of the day iu LOCUS i HILL this neighborhood at present. Mrs. Li n Taul, Evansville and Mrs Mr. anil Mr.. Gid Carman were the Walker, Hartfofd were the Mc Russell of Mr huh Mrs. Robert tWM Davis, guests ot t heir mother, Mrs. Nat Taul Dm. nd aud baby William Louisville are the guests of her parents last week. Mr. aud .Mrs. R Of COS D..vis. Mr. and Mr James Mattingly and Elizabeth, Mrs. John I. Carman and daughter, little daughter, Miidred Miss Vcrdabell have relumed to their Glen Dean were the guest of their home in Louisville after spending somr parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. M Beat) last Saturday night anil Sunday, ot relatives here. tune the gm-stThe last crop of old tobacco in this West Point Priv. Coleman Carman, spent the week end the guest of his neighborhood was sold the other day parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Alfred Carman. when J. M. Beaty sold his to Herbert Homer Allen, Louisville is the guest Bearil for IS cts per lb. Walter Taul was in Hardiusburg on of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. business one day last week. Charlie Davis. J. M. Beatty hauled off two loads of Bill Butler is home on a furlough tobacco last week. from Camp Zachary Taylor. . s Stenographers and Canteen Workers Needed. C. V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. MALM in Thos. O'Donoghue DmIm in ami liu-i-dt- r of Po- Park Place G. N. High-Cla- M Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness I Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Lyddan lorses. STAKES land China Mogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Farmer and Feeder 1 IT WILL PAY Y01 TO VISIT MY Hardiusburg. Ky.. Route Irvington. Ky. Mrs. V. W. Smith. Mts. BIU Matltlgly is at home ri m ! a visit to her son, Karl Mattinijly ai d family of Red field Iowa. Mrsdani-Alvah HeHiuhi.np am! V. V. Smith, Misses Ktl'u l'oole and Haltingly attemkil itM Pearl Bc'.le Pourttl of July celt bi ati"U at Wc I Point ami vMlsd in Louisville Thursday and Friday. l'otts is visiting friends at I J. MiOtiady. )vi lir.iv, Mr ai.d Mrs. F.ulir Dowell ami children, Mrs. V B. ar.d Ida Do Well motored IV Louisvillr Wedm.-il- a I PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS Having ready cash for sudden emergencies is possible only when you have raved a part of vour Itlarj or wages. Start with a final! deporit if Decenary. Increase it as you can and soon you will have a substantial interest-bearin- g account, and a feeling ol safety, contentment, pride ami independence. l. v Safety Honesty it gam Courtesy Service Mr. Sullivan, on business. Mrs C. W. ITpton was here Friday FIRST STATE BAMt. w. .t. PieooTT. .1. l Frvirtfton, Ky. .1 I'm Barnes and Children, returned hole Friday fioni an txtend' ed visit witli relatives in La Grange, Qfata and Oweytou. Dr. Satidbach and children, were iu Hardinsburg Wednesday. Mrs. Taylor Marr, BkOD, Ohio, and Barman) Bledsoe Mrs. daugbter, ll Wce-PruM- J, l. c. PATHS. OMfcfc r LYDDAH, Asst. Cashier K::.i...:: . ....... . . . v.:. . vi; South Carolina are visiting relatives here. School began here Monday with Rufus Basham as teacher. Elizabethtown. Mrs. Hardin Butler aud Mrs. Clint Mrs. Lewis Jenkins who has been at Tucker are ou the sick list. the bedside of her father, R. S. Do well returned home Saturday-MrsJohn Cook, Irvington came Friday to be with her father, R. S. Several from here have been attendDowell. ing the revival in progress at old Mt. Mr. Jim Ritchie rectived a letter Zion church this week. from Hilly Ritchie, somewhere over, Mrs. Audra Jarboe and little daughseas saying that ho was at last out of the hospital and able to join his coin, ter, Dorothy, Louisville have been He also had a letter from his visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. pauv san. (ab- wno has been iu Canada for Chintz Royalty the past week. Annie Muttingly, Illinois is visitiug some time laying he had joined the relatives here. colors. Misses Bcttv and Beva Smiley visited Miss Juliett Richardson left lust week fof West Point to visit her cousins, their sister, Mrs. Burns Henninger the Misses Maurine Williams and Corine week end and attended the tuueral at Cave Spring on Sunday. Richardson, School at this place is progressing Misses Catharine and H w.- David from Vine nicely with a large enrollment. Griffith have returned Grove where thev were guests of Mr. O. M. Draae hai purchased their grandmother, Mrs. Kate Casty. new car. Van B. Nelson and B. S. Clarkson Quite u crowd from here attended threashed wheat last week. the Red Cross Carnival at Hardiusburg When yuu have backache theliver or kidneys are sun to be out of gear. Try San-o- l, it iloc-- wonders for the liver, kidneys and convince bladder. A trial ."0c bottte will you., tiet it at the druir store. Smith and sons aud Mr. and Mrs. Hunter HenniiiKtr attended the Fourth of July celebration at West Point. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hager anil baby of near Custer spent a few days of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Pate Haynes. H I. TO THE PUBLIC: We are selling privately at price the wagons, buggies and a very low at barnesi the livery barn, and earnestly solicit sour i West View McQDADY Ball Ernie Bales, Pat Taul and Roosevelt are able to be out again after their auto accident at Catiuelton. Mrs. Matt Shi ewsbery is ill this week. Mi. and Mrs, Jess McGary also Mr. and Mrs. Ben McGary are each the proud parents of two line baby boys, both babies weighed nine puunds. Crops look fine at this time. Oat cutting about over autl farmers are at work with hay harvest. Several haveu't threshed wheat iet. Verne Dunn, Camp Zachary Taylor spent a tew days with Mrs. Yeruie Dunn this week. Fred McGarv has a new car. The Red Cross Society of this place turned in some of its work July 4 Miss Pearl Lyons was in this place last week. Mr. Zack Lyons has a big sow worth 11 Profitable Use for Weeds Washington, July '.' Instead of being a nuisance and an eye sore weeds may be turned to good account aird even to profit by keeping a few sheep. This is the glad word sent out by the Department of Agriculture in a statement urging a fight to control weeds. Instead of having repugnance for weeds sheep, sa s the statement, con sider most weeds choice eating. A small flock needs but little looking after, and they will do the looking after the weeds. The sheep will thus not only help to provide their own food but they will relieve the farmer of a good deal of worry and time used up in eliminating the pest. the Fourth. Mrs. V. G. Goodman and children, Owen aud Story Reeves, Misses Mary aud Ruth Mattingly motored to West Poiut uly Fourth News has been received frorr. Charley Smiley who left for Camp Taylor June 5, stating that he likes it fine Miss Maud Royalty and brother, Theodore, Hudson vitiled Miss Matty Lee Cuuditf and bruther, Mr Estill Cundirt Sunday. Mr. and about fol). Leo Jarboe, Camp Greeuleaf, FT Oglethorpe, I'm., reports some very hot weather at that camp. Red Cross meets here every Tuesday. Kver) body come. Mr. and Mrs. Denuie Sheeran and two children, Hardiusburg were guests of Mr. Tom Sheeran's family Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wood entertained to dinner Wednesday, Mrs. Frank Wood, and son, Arthur, Mr. and Mrs Mr. Jim Nicholas Clamis Shumate and little daughter1 Bva Dean and Mr Pies Wood, the occasion being Mr Amas Wood's birthday Dallas Bruner and Mr. and Mis baiiv, Agaaa ami Mi and Mrs, Herbert Kipp and baby motored to Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. (i. F. B truly and child ren, Nell and Nancy Thomas of near Irvington were guests Sunday ot In. and Mrs B. C Harutd. Messrs Frank DeHavcu and Clint Lewis of Hardinsburg were iu town one day last week. Miss Sallie Macy visited relatives at Lodiburg last wtek. Mrs. Criss and daughter, Mrs. (nee Miss Belle Criss) and sou, I ndiauapolis came Monday to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Triplet aid children of near Bewleyville vi sited her mother, Mrs. Ella Mattiugiy Utsl week. Shellie Oliver was in Hardiusburg potronage. e are also anxious to rem a pan our stable to the right man to engage in livery. This would le the most profitable business in Hardinsburg for the amount invested. ROBERTSON-HOWAR- D MULE CO. Ky. Hardinsburg. HUGHE'S CHILL TONIC PALATABLE! Better than Colomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic.) Tuesday. Little Miss Agnes Durbin is on ttie sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Heuninger, Messrs Harold, K. K., and V'ick Smiih, Richard Dowell and Hershel Pr'est motored Amos to West Point aud Louisville Wood was in As well as a remedy for Chills aud Fevers. Malarial l evers. Suatup Pews and MNOM Fevers. Just what you need at this season. Mild Laxative. Nervous Sedative. Splendid Tonic. At Druggists, 50c and $1.00 Bottles. Try It. Don't take any substitute. EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC THE OLD RELIABLE ROBINSON PETTET COMPANY, INCOacOKATID RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM (WITH PEROXIDE) A GARFIFLD. Thursday. Hardiusburg 1 Louisville. Ky. Mcs ,r s. Ova tir ,,v, Taylor o well and little daughter Kuiiua Lee Miss Ma Dowell and V H Mattiugiy motored to Louisville last week. I greaaelesa cream of snowy whiteness. Mr. ami Mrs. Dullus Mruaer and Delightfully perfumed. A day cream for oily skins. Softens the hard lines sister, Mrs. Herbert Kipp motored to of tho face. Protects it from aunburns, Louisville Tuesday. winds, tans and cold weather. All'oids V B. MattioKly, clerk for tha an excellent foundation fur applying Tel & Tel Co., is at home for Amrico Beauty Face Powder. Thin and The Federal control of railroads in more than one hundred other Ked Croaa several days. first four months of such oper- Remedies and Toilet preparations sold the Dr. and Mrs. K. W. Mr. nun IrvloK-to- n ation cost the government $100,000,- - iwd guaranteed only by were guests Wednesday of Mr. and. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. 000. Cum-berlau- Thursday. Allu Alexander motored trorn Custer Mrs. D. H. Smith returned to her Wednesday evening, .Missis lor und We are Heard are visitiug there. home at Heosley Friday. glad to report she is much improved. Mrs. Amos Wood visited telatives at Misses Lottie and Lula Tabor were Il.ii in Thursday in Irvington Thurtday. Mrs. Ira Dowell is with Mrs. liowell Misses Louise Taylor, Eva Alexander after being in Louisville Bettie Pile and Virginia Beard and Mr. husband has been in camp where Mifs Mary Ana llarued it spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. G. P. her Handy at their beautiful country home uear Irvington. THE BRECKENRIDGE ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. NEWS JNO. D. BABBAOE, Editor and Publisher peas, and $10 per acre was considered a high price. Now, we doubt if it could he bought for $200 an acre. This is proof conclusively that there are no better lands in the State than SCHOOL NEWS AND VIEWS. By Co. Superintendent, J. R. Meador If You ever Expect oAVE, riMBrT a right here when in Breckinridge county, CLOVERPORT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1918 they have the right treatment and care. MM m. EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Business Locals ioc per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. Company The Robertson-Howarhave opened a stock and trading barn in Hardinsburg. They recently purchased the livery barn and have turned it into a live stock sales stahle They will buy anything you have in the way of live stock, either for cash or trade. d The Institute for colored for Breckinridge and Meade will be held in joint session convene at lrvington on August J. VV. teachers counties and will mm i i wi i Monday 5, 1918. Bell, principal of the F'arling ton Colored School, will conduct the Institute. o Numerous inquiries relative to the compulsory attendance law are com ing to me. It seems that most every bodv is willing to comply with the law, hut it is not clear to all just what is required. The law, as it ap plies to attendance, sets torth very clearlv the duty of teachers, trustee and patrons. "The teacher at the end of each week shall report the name and age , ONE MEAL VHEATXEK He would say "please sponge out of each and every child between the my eyes and nose anil dock when I ages of seven and fourteen years in come in tired and dusty at night, and elusive, who fails to attend his or her also sponge me with clean water un- school for a period of three days dur trus L der the collar and saddle of the bar- - ing the week to the tee or the chairman of the board of trustees. It shall be the duty of the trustee or chairman of NY. R, Moorman & Son, Planters Hall Stock Farm, near Glen Dean the board of trustees to immediately threshed I..106 bushels of wheat from investigate said case or cases and if 191 acres. The Howard Farms, I it is neglect or refusal on the parent, M. Howard & Son NO bushels f.om guardian, or other person having the custody of said child, the trustee or The editor of The Breckcnridgc News, after having published a newsHO acres; K. l. Kobertson it S in ion bushels from 71 acres; Homer A'ex chairman shall immediately report forty-tw- o years, had his first experience in a libpaper in this county for over Bro.. l.!0s bushels tiom W said case to the nearest court having ander el suit brought against him at this term of the court, seeking to recover dam- acres; VV. F. Hall. Kkron, averaged jurisdiction of same and it shall be the duty of said court to immediately ages in the sum of five thousand dollars. The plaintiff was Hiram I'helps, of 22 bushels to the a. re on .10 acres. issue his warrant against the parent, Hardinsburg. who considered that his reputation and feelings had been so J. M. Hook & Son, Hardinsburg guardian, or other person failing and outrageously assailed and assaulted by the publication. The facts in the case Route .'!. have 21 acres of tobacco refusing tr send said child to school and said court shall proceed to try were, and which were brought out clearly in the trial of the case, that the fine stand, growing nice.y, clear of said case as other criminal cases are t'-1 nos nugs. weeds and ready tor plaintiff had not been damaged one cent by the publication. The iury. after Miller has 14 acres of the same kind tried." Any person or persons failing or hearing the evidence and the argument of the counsel on both sides, retired good stand, clean and growing as refusing to comply with all or any :ll as he could wish. to their room, and in about ten minutes returned a unanimous verdict for the part of this section shall be fined in Holt's bottom are not less than five ($.1.00) dollars nor defendant. The News made a little error in copying an article from a LouisThe farmers more than twenty ($20.00) dollars." ville daily paper, which had charged Mr. I'helps with drawing worthless all stacking their wheat. It will be seen from the above that checks on the Farmers Bank, of Hardinsburg. W hen The News discovered The Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator this is as mandatory upon the teacher the error, it made a prompt apology to Mr. I'helps. assuring him that there Co.. are receiving abig lot of wheat. and trustee as upon the patron. The teacher must report absentees and this is true of all the mills in the was BO intention on the part of The NcWI to injure his character or standing. and the trustee must investigate count v. cases reported, but the law provides But this did not satisfy him; hi must have dollars and cents at the end 01 a Word comes to us that several that if in the discretion of the trustee big. law suit, in the sum oi live thousand dollars. But he got crop of Hurley tobacco around Web- it is found to be "neglect or refusal" nothing, as The News, and many others anticipated, when the suit was ster have been sold tM round. One on the part of the parent, then only, is the trustee compelled to report to brought fanner holding his crop for $X1. the court. It is never the intention of a well established and reliable newspaper to Many fanners complain that they must have their hoys at home to work injure the character oi one of its citizens. This was clearly brought out by BEWLEYVILLE in the crop during the busy season the evidence produced in this CMC-I- t and I have been asked in numerous Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Comnton spent cases to excuse children from attenis the sole aim of The Kreckenridge News to give its patrons the news Thursday in Hardinsburg. dance for a certain period, but have based upon facts as near as they can be obtained. This has been the policy Mr. and Mr. 0. H Drury, Walter absolutely no authority to excuse aiv of The News lor the last forty-twyears and shall continue to be so tor the Drury aud Miss Edith Herrison, Iowa one from compliance with the law. spent Sunday in Brandeuburg. This is left entirely to the discretion next iorty-twyears It is my opinion Mr. James Snyder formerly of this of the local trustee. The attorneys in the case were the Hon. (iu Brown, of Hardinsburg. for place but now of Owensboro is visiting however, and desire, that trustees will the plaintiff. Judge Henry Dcllavcn Moorman and IJ. G Walls, be considerate, and, owing to the Hardins- friends here. burg. and Ernest Woodward, of Louisville, tor the defendant. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dowell, Mr. great scarcity of labor, not hold to the letter of the law regardless of the and Mrs. Floyd Dowall and son, Che loy Dowell and Mrs. Ernest Doweli demands of the farm. If the parent .. r-r-- r r tional permits covered 200,000 sheep spent the week end in Louisville with indicates a willingness and desire to and 100,000 cattle. their uncle, Tom Dowell and Mrs. get his children into school as soon as FARM AND STOCK. possible and if they are really and Dowell. The (irain Corporation, acting effectively working 011 the farm, the Mrs. D. C. Moorman, has returned school authorities will be considerate der the Pood Administration ha home after a visit to her father, of their case. However, when childcreased its capital stock troni $.10,000- - T. P, Hardaway. Binder twine for the harvest of BOa to ren are kept out of school on the preII .10.000.000. to maintain th Miss Laura Mell Stith is in Union IMt will coal tanners about three price ot wheat to the grower at not text of working it will be the duty of visiting her sister, Mrs. Horace the local trustee to know that that cents less per pound than they paid less than the guaranteed basis price Star McCoy. boy works every day. Men of draft to meet this year, an estimated total saving rrices win tie Mis I'owell, Glen Dean has return, age must work or fight. Children of to grain growers ot the United States the advance in railway rates to make ed home after a visit to her daughter, school age, must work or go to good the guarantee, in view of the of $rt,00o,000. Mrs. John Triplett. The U. S. Food Ad- large harvest. school! ministration was enabled to make Mrs. C. D. Hardaway, Mary Louise this saving to the farmers by buying VVIute teachers Institute will con ne w neat in this county is turning Hardaway and Thomas Hardaway .100,000 bales of sisal from the Yucaout a good yield, but is not up to attended the luoeral of Miss Elizabeth vene at Hardinsburg on Monday tan monopoly controlling sisal. July 29. bvery teacher ot a common what the growers were expecting Shacklett in Brandenburg Wednesday I he average John Drury and family, McKinney, school in Breckinridge county must is from 12 to IS bushels Beard Bros., have a million pounds per acre. Texas, expect to reach Kentucky soon attend for the full five day session of tobacco yet to prize. They have for a visit. They are motoring through already prized and delivered over two Some Hint! on Canning Beard Bros., began this week the Mrs. W J. Stlth and children are million pounds. threshing of their 200 acres of wheat. visiting relatives In Louisville tins The July Karm anil Fireside nays From the number of shocks in their week. "Keep the water at a jumping boil Egg produeers and consumers are fields, they ought to have a banner Mary Elizabeth Walker, Hudionville, and do not allow the tire to die down now realizing the wisdom of the crop. N. C it Tinting her grandparents. for an instant while cans are in the Food Administrator in requiring all Their wheat, corn, clover, grass and Dr. and Mr. J. M. Walker. canner. eggs to be candled when bought from tobacco fields are a beautiful sight. Mr. and Mr, Jame Morton and "Keep the cover on the canner dur the producer. They gather them up Their tobacco, especially, looks good. children, Louisville spent the week ing every moment ot the processing oftener, getting more and better eggs It is clean, even, and growing nicely. nd the guest of Mr. and Mr. Z. T. time. Steam plays a large part in and realize more money. The con- rllue) Inave an immense crop ota clover Stlth and Mr. and Mrs. Gao Compton cooking. sumer saves too, in that every egg he all cut. cured and stacked, in large Mr. and Mr. J. Sti other and child ureens or green vegetables are is a good egg. buys ricks. Their crop of clover will be ren, bhepherUsvllle ipent the week most satisfactorily blanched in steam around 110 tons. I'eaple talk about end of Mr. and Mr Tom instead of hot water. Use a steam th The government has ordered that s farms and farmers, but Stlth. cooker or put the products in a co.100.000 additional sheep and mure there is no farm in the s David Hardaway spent Saturday in lander and set them over a vessel of than 260,000 additional cattle shall that will show up any better than boiling water, covered tightly. be permitted to graze on the National Tom Beard's on the pike. And when lrvington on business. "To prevent bleaching or darkening Mrs. G. U. Mlanford and Edwin forests this year, which will bring the you think how he has brought it up oi stock grazed under to its present high state of cultiva- Stuart Blanford have returned home of products packed in glass jars, wrap total number jars in paper. permit to nearly '.1.000.O0O sheep and tion it is simply marvelous. We aftr a month' stay In Owensboro. "Examine jars and cans occasion.Vi.iO.ooo head of cattle and .11.0011 knew that farm twenty Fletcher Hlanford has gune to Louisyears ago ally during the summer to detect any Last war the addi head of swine when it wouldn't grow black-eyeville where he ha a ijood position and sign of fermentation, leaking oi swell-inghi family will follow later. Dick Carman recently (njoyed a "The flavor is injured by letting motor trip to Nashville, Tnn , with peeled fruit stand too long before John Cook. Mr. Carinau say C. D. cooking." Hardaway has th finest corn field between lrvington and Nashville. Merced, Cal., has H0J acres devoted ...PERMANENT... to rice growing this year. Hen llindeuburg has typhoid fev There is only one chance in er. It is tieartemng. but we trust for a mistake in fingerprints, the allies will make it even warmer according to a French scientist. for him in the new drive. Sentences of ten to fifteen years Office Hurt: ? A'"'oS.bouur'DK r&V'n, If. for conscientious objectors were givSUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS en at Camp Taylor. say--wh- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When you have finished reading your If the horse could talk, says Dumb a codv of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to a friend who is not en the sun Animals, lie would it away or destroy it. subscriber do not throw is hot and I am working, let me breathe once in a while in the shade of some house or tree; if you have to leave me on the street leave me in the shade, if possible. Anything upONE MEAL on my head, between my ears, to "VHEATXE5J keep off the sun, is bad for me if , ONE MEAL the air cannot circulate freely underWBMM neath it." BIMIMBER THE PAY'S THE BANK, LET IT STAY THERE AND ALWAYS ADD TO IT You most put Money in THE FIRST STEP IS COME IMT0 OUR BANK AND OPEN AN ACCOUNT. THE SECOND STEP IS: TO REGULARLY ADD AS MUCH AS YOU CAN TO IT. THE THIRD STEP IS: TO KEEP THIS UP FOR A YEAR -- THEN YOU WILL NEVER QUIT. YOU WILL HAVE FOUND THE PEACE AND COMFORT WHICH COMES TO THE MAN WITH MONEY. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. - HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods e Thrift Is Now a National Slogan i The American people are waking ap. They resent the charge that they are wasteful. g Bank deposits all over the country are increasing by leap and bounds. Are you a depositor ? o o If you are not, join the financial preparedness army. Manage to lay aside a certain amount of cash. We'll be glad to explain our banking system. r-r- ;&s --- I I 1 FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. Stop, One Minute! Bring your Chilled Plow Points and have them ground right up to now. Do not plow with a dull point when you can get it sharpened for twenty cents. No. 40 Oliver, 25c; Hill Side Plow 25c Bring your Repair Work 1 : You will be pleased with the job when it leaves my shop. Have your buggies painted and striped as new. All of this done at reasonable War Time Prices. S. C. MATTING LY Stephensport, Ky. M 1 Blue-gras- gut Everything In Blue-gras- BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric-Supplies- , Paints, Oil, Grease, Roofing d DR. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST Mtfft AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick lire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor 17,0o0,-(100,00- 0 Cloverport, Kentucky Mrs. J. D. Seaton and daughter. Miss Chlora Mae Seaton, are in Hardinsburg visiting Mrs Seaton's mothWEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1918 er, Mrs. Atkinson. Entered at the Post Ofllrr at Cloverport, Ky All persons indebted to Mrs. J. N. second clan matter. Cordrey please call and settle. AcHIS "APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN counts will be placed in hands of a ADVERTISING BY THE lawyer August 1st. V. D. Roberts. Somerset, is at home to see his father, Rev. F. R. GENERAL OFTICFS Roberts, who is seriously ill at his NEW YORK AND CHICAGO home in Kingswood, Ky. 4RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Roy Chapin. son of Eli Chapin, whose home 1s on the Cloverport RATES POR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEand Hardinsburg pike, left last week MENTS. to enlist in the U. S. Navy. For Precinct and City Office. $ 2.U0 $ 5.00 For County Office Miss Ada Polk, Tobinsport, was For State and District Once $15110 .10 the guest of Miss Lelia Tucker part For Call, per line .10 For Card, per line. of last week and from here she went For all Publication in the interest of individuals or expression of individto Bedford, fnd., for a visit. smI views, per line .10 Mrs Fannie Tousey and her son, Mr. Carl Lishcn, with Mrs. Lishcu Train Schedule on and their children, have moved from H. & West Point to Somerset, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McCoy and Effective July 1st. 1018 their daughter. Miss Lou Watson EAST BOUND McCoy, left Monday for their future No. 142 will leave Cloverport 0:20 A. M. home in Smith's Grove, Ky. 10 A. M Arriving Irvington 12 :20 1. M. Arriving Louisville Mr. Ernest M. Bledsoe and son, E. 5:0H P. M. No. 144 will leave Cloverport were .. 6:00 V. M. M. Bledsoe. Jr., Akron, O., Arriving Irvington 7:55 r. M. Arriving Louisville 5:15 A. M. guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs No. 146 will leave Cloverport ... 0:07 A. M. J. W. Marr, Garfield, last week. Arriving Irvington 7:50 A. M. Arriving Louisville 4:00 P. M. No. 148 leavees Henderson Mr. Robert Lauder, Jr., of Louis5:00 P. M. . Arrives Owensboro 6:20 P. M. ville, a nephew of Harry Lauder, the Arrives Shops... WEST BOUND famous Scotch singer, was the guest 10:38 A. M. of Miss Louise Nicholas Sunday. No. 141 will leave Cloverport P. M. 12:01 Arriving Owensboro 12:58 P. M. Arriving Henderson Mrs. Geo. Christy and daughter. 1 :25 P. M. Arriving Evansville Pittsburg. Pa., arc 7:40 P. M. Gene Christy, Arriving S. Louis .. 0:40 P. M. No. 143 will leave Cloverport P. M. guests of Mrs. Christy's brother, Mr. 7:05 Arriving Hawesville P. M. Kdward Bowne and Mrs. Bowne. .. 8:07 Arriving Owensboro 11:37 P. M. No. 145 will leave Cloverport 12 :48 A. M. ..... Arriving Owensboro Mr. Jack Moorman and son, Jack- 1:40 A. M. Arriving Henderson 2:07 A. M. son, and Mrs. Joe Harpole and dauArriving Evansville 7:50 A. M. ghter. Miss Margaret Harpole, have Arriving St. Louis.- 6:50 A. M No. 147 will leave Shops 8:06 A. M. been the recent guests of Mrs. Sallie Arriving Owensboro fSh Breckenrtdge News. ' s The L., St. L R'y. . walked and wandered until about ":.I0 when we came out to the edge of the forest and went up to a little farm house which set in one corner of a four acre cotton field, to where a man was plowing cotton when we stopped at the end of the row he was plowing; he was about middle ways of the field; he drove out and stopped; we began to question him so as to get some clew on the direction of range "A;" he directed us the best he could. He was a man about :io or M, somewhere in that range ;we began to talk about several different things; he was telling us about his crop; his father owns five hundred acres of land and he owns two hundred acres. His land is a good distance from his home; he batches a week at a time or long enough to cultivate his crop and goes back home and works another week. So the conversation began to quiet down and it was getting late, we had to hit the trail once more to camp, and this being a National holiday, and he was out plowing cotton, he did not want us to think hard of him for working. But he did not mention this to us. He said this "My father and mother are old and the boy has gone to the war and I am left to take care of them and two crops." My very blood ran cold in my veins when he said that I have just pictured his parents old and back home doing their best, one boy in the army, the other one doing all that is in him to keep I thot it was the old mill grinding I I Announcement. For Appellate Judge We are authorised to announce the nam. of J. W. Henson a a candidate for the nomination for Appellate Ju Ipe I om the Second District, ii the priinaty, A tianisi , mis Mid-Summ- We arr authorised to annnunre Judge V. Settle as a candidate (or for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Src ond District. ulject to the August, IMS, primary. K. er Goods so Classified Advertisements you The kind of thin goods just now popular NOTE I'lrasr notify the nlttor when ilt-iliicontinitt-il- . irr advrrtiarmrtit FOR SALE for sale chrap nt'll. I'lovrrport, White Batish Flaxons. Voiles truck (VCotv FOR SALE Apply Ky. Autntnohtlr to Mr dilivt-r- J T. and Organdies Figured and Striped Voiles Plain and Fancy Organdies Voile Charming FOR SALE Three lots and seven room house on hill ; for particulars write W. V. Prrkins, M.7 Huston Ave., Oaytoti, Ohio. FOR SALE OM hri. k -- Ur. I). S." Sphirf . Hantinrthurg, Ky. FOR SA LE Two Ford t Hiring cars in K repair. Call on or write Pice Hendrick, nardinshurg, Ky. FOR SALE If sold within the next 70 days, the price will he $CrO one house and lot in this city. V. 1. Rahhagf, Agent. KOR HALE Splendid dwelling, reutrully located. Kor price and terns write or call on .Ino. D. Hftfdtnge. Cloverport. Ky. Wanted Miscellaneous You mnke extra money by renting that hpare room or your Tfcmil houne tiy running a Want Ad. In THE HUE 0KBNRIDOE NEWS. WANTED Cotton and Silk Foulards White Goods for Skirts Lots of nice goods to select from We Dr. J. C. 0VERBY DENTIST permanently in Hardinsbt'rg, occupying office recently vacated by Located Sell War Savings and Thrift Stamps Arriving Henderson - ft:15 A. M. Moorman. Dr. E. C. McDonald, Pittsburg, K.itis wilt arrive July :.'l to spend several days w:ith his sister, Mrs. Frank Mattingly and Mr. Mattingly, at The Castle. First Lieut. D. B. Allen, IHth Inf., 8th Div. U. S. R., Camp Freeman, Col., was granted a leave of absence to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs Dan Allen, Hardinsburg. Mrs. David B. Phelps and children. Misses Katherine and Nancy Phelps and Master Billy Phelps, leave Thursday for New York City to visit Mrs. Phelps' aunt, Mrs. L. C. Piatt and Mr. Piatt. Mr. Peter Brashear. of New York and his sister, Miss Gense Brashear, of Louisville, were here Friday evening enroute to Owensboro and were guests of their aunt, Mrs. R. L New som. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Board, of near Hardinsburg, had as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. Martin Parmer and mother, Mrs. Farmer, Mrs. J. W, Miller and family and Miss Mar- ever heard. the best expression can't keep from thinking about htm. Dr. Walker. And another thing, one of the boys just called my attention to it; during our entire day's rambling there was not a profane word used and we were having some tough luck: quite a record for six boys and them being soldiers. olaoDooaoDlo BALOPTCO Eyeglasses and Spectacles IN these J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. coio SAVE 'WHEAT BAT Jyjfc-- s. . WA was in Hawesfather, Mr. Ty- Mrs. T. S. Nicholas ville Friday to see her ler. James Skillman. of Tuesday for Louisville navy. Mrs. John Burn and Jeanette Burn, were Webster, left to enlist in the daughter, Miss in Louisville l Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norton, Irvington No. I, were in Hardinsburg Saturday. Miss Rose Driscoll, Hardinsburg, is visiting Mrs. Larkin Gibson and Mr. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McCoy, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steph-ensport, We landed saiely in camp about dark and the mess Sergt. was good enough to give us some supper. As you know, you can't eat in the army like you can at home just any time you blow in here you arc just on the spot. have my rille to put into Well condition to night for tomorrow and will have to quit with a shorter letter than would like to write. I am going to write Mr. Will Dc Haven tonight and will answer Coots' and the other girls' letters this week. I have I fairly good record on the range so am standing in the class as exfar pert rifleman with 2V9 out of a possi; this ble 350 nr a percentage of r and marksbeing both 1 1 I sharp-shoote- times when the invol- supplying of goods Household Furniture invite iir customers to come in ami inspect our complete line it Household Furniture. It is often said the first impression is the more lasting and therefore wr should at all times put fortli our lest efforts in keeping our houses well furnished as well as ourselves well c ves unprecedented difficulties, it is highly important that you have you glasses made where you get the best service and closest t here are sevattention. 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" dressed. Parlor and Bed Room Suites Cotton Top Math ices Library Tables Rocking Chairs Center Tables Oil Stoves Bed Steads Kitchen Cabinets Will l'umphrey. Miss Lelia Tucker is in Louisville visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Neubauer this week. Miss Katie Keys, Lodiburg, visited her brother, Lonnie Keys and aunt. Mrs. Joe Fitch, last week. Simon Smart, Camp Zachary Taylor, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smart. has been Jess Owen, Louisville, here several days the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Worde Graham and children, Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison. Miss Agnita Mattingly, Owensboro is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. W. K. Dorse. Miss Vera Moorman left Tuesday for Louisville to visit her sister, Mr3 Arthur Davis and Mr. Davis. Miss Judith Miller, Sample, and Mrs. Lee Brumfield, Tell City, are the guests of Mrs. Graham Jolly. Mrs. Fred Newton and children, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. Newton's sister, Mrs. W. W. Tatum. Mrs. John Frakes, who is enroute to her home in Flaherty, is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Steve Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newsom and their daughter, Miss Margaret New-sorwere in Louisville last Tuesday. Jesse Willis, Birmingham, Ala., is speeding a two week's vacation with his flirtnts, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Wilh, r man, hut if I only make will be satisfied. Have you threshed wheat yet? How Was glad to hear is every one now? am always Doc was out again. shot to pieces thinking about mother. I did not want to leave home on that sharp-shoote- garet Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morgan, Mc-In ley; Hobart Allen and Geo. Fentress, Falls of Rough; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Buckler and daughter. Miss Madrid, attended Buckler. Ressie Circuit Court in Hardinsburg Friday. Mrs. L. L. Waggoner and daughters, Misses Ollie, Dora and Alice Waggoner, motored to Louisville Wednesday with Mrs. Waggoner's son, Priv. Herman Waggoner, who returned to Camp Taylor after a II days furlough. Mattings and Oil Cloth for floor coverings It will pay you to see our stock. Buy now as furni lure is becoming more scarce as the war continue''. account Will close with a m m K good night and pedittonary Force love to all. William. P. S. The Ball Optical Co. HO B d BAIL Write me at the same old In Medical Reserve. ad- dress. 613 Fourth J Ave. Louisville, Kentucky J. R. WILSON Glen Dean. Ky. : Dr. Irwin Taylor, son of Mr. Alfred Taylor, of Hardinsburg, and a I'.ns graduate of the Louisville Medical University, is in Philadelphia serving one year's interneship in the o1lc3onlE1foircioi3o1 RED $ : S !.. CROSS SOCIETY With Home Boys In Service From Wm. Higdon Rille Range "A" July 4, H. Dear Father: It has been several days since I received you letter but have not had time to answer, owing to the fact that we have been out here on the range since Monday and perhaps will be here cn days more. We have about 450 or 500 rouitas each to fire and fire forty roun Is a day. lis. Loit A small brooch containing a sapphire setting. Reward offered if returned to The Breckenridge News office. Mr. and Mrs. T. Fields and little in Owdaughter spent the week-enensboro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fieldi. B. d Did you know that mora watchee. have been told duriug the period of war than any other one article? And soma dav every one of these watches will have to be) rapair. If you ad perhaps right soon own a new or old watch that naeda repairing tae Railroad Thos. Ode wait Witch Inspector Cloverport. Mall Orders Receive Preetet Attention. I. This being the Fourth, we all hive a holiday on the range but could not do anything as we are about ten miles out of camp There was a great c day back there with the boys meets of all kinds, but it was too hot for us to hike it both ways in one day after hiking out Monday. So myself and five other boys thot we would go over on the river (Leaf river.) which is about three miles from here, so we got our bathing suits together and went over and did swim. The water was as fine as I ever saw and was somewhat over my head; I tried in one place by letting down but never hit bottom and had intended to name the to come up. the boys but forgot it, will do so now "Shorty" Berrynian, "Dusty" Hanks. Bland Garrett, "Post" Baker and a new man from Illinois, I don't remember his name. After the swim, we thought we would start back to Von per camp and start we did haps, have some idea of what these Mississippi forests and swamps are like; we got lost and wandered where there was never a man before We met hogs, alligators, big snakes, old sows and pigs by the drove. We .i.'h-leti1 Mrs. J. l'roctor Keith and Miss Margaret Hum are preparing to give a concert next week for the benefit of the Cloverport Wed Cross. The it. program will be made up of several I have about M children sick with pretty musical numbers and patriotic Scarlet fever and have to go aiouu'l drills by the young girls. and see them once each day. Most all of them are well but are required The treasurer of the Ooveiport to stay in the hospital for seven Red Cross Society received a check weeks, sick or well. from the Kentucky Racing for $4.-)It is rather cool here now and has Committee last week been all but one day since I have been here. There's enough gasoline wasted in i ranking around in automobiles, grub Write to mm when you can. A is alwas s i" demand. fed to worthless dogs and time lost Lovingly, your brother, in discussing the war to feed 1'ersh-ing'- s Irwin. army. 0 let-te- Hospital. Dr Taylor enlisted in the Medical Reserve Corps last December and he was allowed a furlough of a year and ahalf to finish his course in school and to serve his interneship in the U. S. A more definite conception of the kind of military training in hospital work which he is receiving, can be ascertained in his letter published herewith. In writing to his sister he said: "I suppose you are all wondering how Well, I I am getting along by now. have a nice big room all to myself and it is furnished with the best of furniture and a bath adjoining. The food is fine. We have had chicken have been here four times since and every meal has been good. The people are nice and treat me fine and don't have very much to do out here; would like to have more work; only work about three or four hours during the day. We have breakfast like that. at 9 o'clock and you know I haven't been up town for a week; have only been out once since I have been here and that was to the park and I heard Victor Hubert's Orchestra. It was fine. There is an areoplane carrying mail which passes over us every day about 11 p. Mh al11' naturally I watch Municipal 1 1 1 Cane Mills, Evaporator Pans, knitters of the Cloverport Red Society are requested to meet Tuesday afternoon in the Red room and have their work examined. This society will furnish Ml pairs of socks and the knitters have begun working now on the yarn which they have on hand. The Cross every Cross o Rocker Furnaces None Better. Ready Different Sizes. to Ship The Red Cross carnival held in Hardinsburg July 4th netted the county chapter ahout $4)0. Among the many generous donations received by the entertainment committee from citizens of the county were: two llerkshire pigs from Mr. Charlie Dean; a liberal check from W. R. Moorman & Sons; several gallons of syrup from Kincheloe's I'harmacy; a mule from Wm. Lyons, Mctjuady. and the women donated thicluMi butter, eggs and country hams. o Write for prices delivered to your nearest railroad station. FORDSVILLE PLANING I MILE COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY ik orporated JAKE WILSON, Manager Protect your growing I Tobacco Crop DAI II rrKA DTAM against lots bj Hiil bj Insuring with 8 1 Hardinsburg, Ky. in Cheapest and most liberal Contrict the Market fcj - ' ' of swinging bock and forth, of her by his own Are. He might have anfl set of hla Jaw. Hot she saw more, night. A little court paid tribute to to break her first. After that manner Jealonay, and was herself half mad her beauty, anil bowed the deeper and mounted police pushing through to Mattered the more as she openly surround the cnrrlnge, of cries ami the had mnny queens of Knrnln come to with It Slip knew him well. She Nid her- scorned and flouted them. She caught He smiled behind his dentinal tic voices of the student the throne. self, for years, held him IgJ holding once a flicker of admiration in Karl's de'ingoguos. Then nt Inst n semblance small mustache. When tea was almost over, the herself denr. by the very dlUculty of face, nnd although oi order, low muttering, an escort of her head went high, her heart beat stormlly under He attaining her. And now this indiffer police with drawn revolvers around the crown prince was announced. girl, who might he it. came In, rather nervously, with his ent, white-facecarriage, and It moved abend. Hedwlg was like n flower that reThrough It all the chancellor had snt hands thrust In his trousers pockets. his. Indeed, for the taking, but who with folded arms. Only bis livid face He was very shiny with soap and would offer or promise no love, was quired the sun. Only her sun was "Sub" Gives Him Ten Minutes-T- wo him to the Instinct of posseshappiness. she was in aoft white told of his fury. Karl, too, hail sat Im- water and his hair was still damp rousing Was Plenty. He hnd chiffons, her hair and frock alike girlfrom parting. In his tnllless black sion by her very Indifference. passive, picking nt his small mustache. Hut, ns the carriage moved on, he Jacket, his long gray trousers, and his told her the truth, that night In the ish and unpretentious. Her mother. By sold: "A few moments ago I observed round Kton collar, he looked like a mountain Irn. It was Hedwlg he Coming Into bar dressing room, had NO MORE OCEAN FOR HIM MARY ROBERTS RINEHART that there had been few chances. Hut very anxious little schoolboy, and not wanted, Hed lg herself, her heart, all eyed her with disfavor. of her. And, If she knew Karl, he "You look like a schoolgirl," she there has been, I perceive, ufler all, a royal at all. 'oprrllM, IW7, TIM Rldrwar Cunpanr would move heaven and earth to get said, and had sent for rouge, and with (licit logs over, and having regreat ch;ini;o." Copyright, UU7, Mry Kobprt It nhart r. cl .. BlgbU II "One cannot Judge the many by the quested that bis tea be half milk, with ihe thing he wanted. bat own royal bands applied It. Hed- "Qwlne Ter Keep Fah, Fan From de She surveyed the group. How little wlg stood silent, and allowed her to few, tnnjesty." four lumps of sugar, hp carried his Othun fo' Evahmo," Declares Negro cup over beside Hedwlg. and snt down they knew what was In store for them! have her way without protest. Had Hut Karl otdy raised his eyebrows. Who Was on Schooner Edward H. She, Olga Loschek, by the lifting of submitted, too, to a diamond pin In hpr In his rooms, removing the dust of on a chnlr. Followed a short silence, CHAPTER XV. Cole Which Was Sunk by U Boat-- Will with the archduchess busy with the a finger, could turn their smug superihair, and a string of hpr mother's his Journey, broken by the automobile Do All His Traveling by Train trip across ,he mountains where the ten things, Olgn Loschek watching ority Into tears and despair, couM ruin pearls. King Karl. In Future. two railroads would some day meet, Karl, and Karl Intently surveying the them mid send them flying for shelter "There," snld Annunelutn, standing I said King "They lovo us dearly off nnd surveying her, "you look less Karl (adjected "n Ferdinand William to the very ends of the earth. situation. A dual crown prince. Knrl. Hut when she looked at the little like a baby." res, loss OttO, who disliked a silence, broke It Donlpl Giro was the negro cook of Tluv chancellor, WOO Ml beside him monarchy, one portion of it crown prince, legs dangling, es'ing his She did. Indeed It took Hpdwlg the schooner Edward H. Cole, which his and revolutionary, was less desirable first. In MM royal cnrrlogo, shrugged "I've Just taken off my winter flan- thin bread and butter as only I hun- quite five minutes to wash the rouge was sent to the bottom by a than the present pence nnd prosperity 1 off shoulder. "They have had little "I feel very gry small boy can eat, she shivered. the Jersey coast ; but there'll be no to love, in the post, majesty," hp of Karnia. And unrest was contagious. nels," he observed. Hy what means must she do nil this He ml lit find himself in n dillicult smooth and nice underneath." song of sea cooks In the Giro family said hrlefty. Hilda giggled, but Hedwlg reached Hy what unspeakable means ! not If Daniel Giro knows It, and Danthe position. Knrl laughed, and watched lie glanced about his rooms. In one aver and stroked his arm. "Of course iel's "gwine ter keep fah. fah from de crowd, lie Md the chancellor rode Karl saw the king that evening, a oshun fo' evahmo'." ulone, Karl's entourage, a very lie "lest of them PrtBce Hubert had met his you do," she sold gently. Mett-llc".Vlkky," continued Prince William short visit marked hy extreme formalDaniel hns gone to Maine, the home one, following lu another carnage. dcalh. It was well enough for to say the few could not speuk for Otto, stirring his tea, "does not wear ity, and, on the king's part, hy the of his ancestors. Not on the ragged There was no Military escort, no pomp. coast do Daniel and his family abide. It bad been felt UWUM, Karl, paying the many. It took hut one man to do any flannels. Miss Rralthwalte thinks keen and frank scrutiny of one who Is near the end and fears nothing hut he Is very careless." He comes not from a family of tho BtM ibly I visit of sympathy, had a murder, Karl reflected grimly. Karl found the Hut when he arrived for tea In Ihe King Karl's eyes gleamed with the final moment. sen. He comes from n family of cooks conic iinolllchilly. II saw the infuriated meeting depressing and the king's eyes nnd has always lived In the Interior. j lie chancellor m.is not so calm as archduchess' white drawing room he nmtteetneSt. Daniel went to the bnrge office to get lie had lined tie- route was urbane and smiling, lb' biased face of the archduchess, and bent disconcerting. he appeared, "It will not be easy going for Otto," his dlschnrge nfter he, with the rest of from the station td the palace with his ilie hand of the archduchess and bent toward the crown prince with earnestHodwlg's with a Hash uf white ness. said the king, at the end of the short the crew, had told his story to the men; had prepared for every contin- over "I should like to feel that "As a matter of fact," hp said, interview. United States authorities. He eald to gency so far as he could without call-in- teeth. Then he saw Olga Loschek, and his "since you have mentioned the sub- his Interests will be looked after, not a reporter: out the guard. As the MHMgO, The countess came ject, I do not wear any either. Your only here, but by you and yours. We "Boss, what nm de bpst way to get drawn bf its four chestnut horses, smile stiffened. moved slowly along the stroOs, Ins forward, curtsied, aud as be extended 'Nikky' nnd I seem most surprisingly have a certain element here that is to Maine? Mnh folks don' all live eyes under their overhanging thatch his hand to her, touched it lightly to have the same tastes about various troublesome." dere nnd dey may hnve heard about And Karl, with Hedwlg in his mind, were watching ahead, searching the with her lips. They were ipilte cold. things." mah acrldent nnd be worried." "Da you like dogs?" inquired the had promised. For just uu Instant their eyes met. croud for s.wnptoms of unrest. "Why, hy way of Boston," was the "His interests shall be mine, sir," It was. on the surface, an amiuble crown prince, much interested. Anger he saw in plenty, and answer. "Hogs Why, yes. I have quite a be had said. Hedwlg had and quiet tea party. suspicion. Scowling faces and frown"Sure, I know dnt ; but what am de He had bent over the bed then, and ing hrows. Hut as yet there was no taken uii her position by a window, number of dogs." best way ter get to Boston?" "I should think It would be nicer raised the thin hund to his lips. The He sat with folded arms, ajid was conspicuously sileflt. Hehind "Go on one of the Fall Blver boats." disorder. magnificent in nil uniform hesiile Karl, her were the soft ring of silver against to have just one dog, nnd be very interview was over. In the anteroom "Bowt P And a greenish hue overwho wore civilian dress and looked chinn, the countess' guy tones, Karl's fond of It. Hut I suppose they would the king's master of the horse, the spread the bronze of the Giro frontissuave ones, assuming gravity, as lie cat a great deal. Do yon believe In chaniberluln, nnd a few other gentlepiece. "Did yo' sny bowt, boss? Nevah less royal than perhaps he felt. sight?" men stood waiting, talking together in no bowt. no mo' for muh." And Karl, too, watched the crowd, inquired as to his majesty's health ; love at first "Otto!' said the archduchess, ex- low tones. But the chancellor, who feeling its temper ami feigning an in- the Archduchess Annunciata pretend-- ; The cook gazed reflectively out of iiad gone in with Kurl and then reUg I solicitude she did Dot feel. And Irenielv shocked. the window toward Battery park, difference he did not feel, olga tired, stood by a window, with his He turned to her upologeticnlly, where a squad of naval reserve sailors had bVCII right He did not waul all forced, all artificial. were drilling. A new light came into trouble. Hon than lhat, he was of "Grandmother," Hedwlg whispered was only trying to Hnd out how many arms folded over his chest, and waited. " He put resolutely out of his mind the his eye. uu age now to crave popularity. Many from her window to the austere old thing! he and Nlklcy agreed about, of the measures which had made him bronze tigure in the pluce, "was it lie explained. "Nikky hclicv s in love face of the dying man on ids pillows, Cars for Him. lieloved in his own land hud no higher like tills with you, at first? Did you ut first sight. He says it is the only and thought only of this thing Which "See dem sailors?" he nsked, "over brought about. purpose than this, the smiles of the shiver when he touched your hand? leal kind of love, because love isn't he Mettlich had dere in de pnrk. I'll nevah see saila thing you think out. You only feel There was no yielding in his face or crowd. So he watela d and talked of And doesn't it matter, after a year?" "There," Said Annunciata, "You Look ors on flip oshun any mo'. Dpm sailin his heart, no doubt of his course. Indifferent things. ors (ley know sumpfln. Ahm gwlne to "Very feeble," said Ihe archduchess' it" Less Like a Baby." The archduchess met Karl's eyes. ile saw, instead of the lovers loitering Boston same way dey go. I'm gwine "it is ten years since i nave Data voice, behind her, "but so binve a in the place, a new and greater king off her face, nnd there was, one might in de enhs." "Ymi see!" she said. here," he observed, "hut there are few lesson to us all." changes." "Hut it is sound doctrine," Knrl ob dam, anarchy held down by an iron as well confess, a moment when n purt "What were you doing when the "He bei htd a long and conspicuous hove In sight, Daniel?" "Wl have luiilt no great buildings," career," Karl observed. "It is sad, but served, bending forward and with a hod heel, peace and the fruits there- of the crown Jewels of tho kingdom of, until out of very prosperity the lay in a corner of the room, whence "I quite said Meitlkh bluntly. "Wars bave left we must all come to it. I hope he will slanting glance at Hedwlg. "'Twas on n Sunday aft'noon, nhout people grew fat nnd content. a trembling maid salvaged them, and fo' o'clock, boss, ah was gettln' dinner agree with him again. And this friend U8 uo money, majesty, for building! ' be able to sevj me." He saw a boy king, carefully ready for do crew. I done kill fo' chickThat being a closed road, so to "Hedwlg!" said her mother, sharp- of yours, he thinks love is the only growing into Hla responsibilitiestaught, examined them for damage. mull, thing in the world, I dure say?" ens nnd I was gwine to hnve fried Karl tried another. speak, "The ly, "your tea Is getting cold." (Continued next week.) "Well, he thinks a great deul of it. big with the vision of the country's chicken fo' de sallows. De stove In de crowu prince must be quite a lad," he Hedwlg turned toward the room. welfare, he should finally ascend the galley was red hot. An' de enp'u put experimented. "Ha was a babe in Ustlessneea gave her an added dignity, But he says that love of country comes FINE CHATEAU FOR BLIND throne. He saw the river tilled with first, before anything else." his face down In the compnnyun way, urms, then, but frail, I thought." a new charm. Karl's eyes gamed us The archduchess glanced at Hedwlg ships, currying men hnndisc over the and sez to muh : 'Yo' done got ten "He Is sturdy now." The chancellor he watched her. Even her coldness furiously. The girl had closed het world and returning with the wealth Art Dealer Rents Beauty Spot in Bois minutes ter leave de bowt.' relapsed into watchfulness. appealed to him. He had u feeling eyes, und was sitting for Hospital. detached and of the world. Great buildings, too. "De cap's done used to kid me offen : see the Princess Hedwlg," that the coldness was only "Before young The Chateau de Madrid, in ihe Bols but when I done look up dey was no Karl mflde another attempt, "It might girl's armor, that under it w as I a deep- - pale. She would have liked to box her lifted their In ids on his horizon, a city, with order for disorder. da Boulogne, for many years one of lie on dat face In do do'. I see de ears. Kali was no fool, and there was dream be well to tell me how she feels about ly passionate woman. The thought of talk enough. the best nnd finest restnurants nnd cap'n be ain't kiddin' muh (lis time, an' He would hear it, of and citizens instead of inhabitants. things. I would like to feel that the seeing her come to deep, vibrant life (nurse. When at last ha stirred and sighed, summer resorts of Paris, hns through I (iuin on deck. Saab nttfl'. boss, der prospect Ik at least not disagreeable to his arms thrilled him. 0 "Tell us about your pilgrimage, It was because his old friend, In his the generosity of M. Jueques Sellg-niulight off our bow, on' wns de her." When he carried her ten to her. he bed in the next room, would see noththe art dealer of Paris nnd New a little rowboat Otto," she suggested. The chancellor was not listening. bent over her. for ns. I just "I'lease!" he said. ing of nil this, and that he himself York, nnd the suggestion of George don eonldn' herlieve muh eyes, dot's I went," "Well. said the crown There was trouble ahead. It had com,, "Try to like me. Kessler, president of the prince reflectively. "We walked a long could not hope for more than the bethen, after all. He muttered some all. I dun run down de ladder quick "I'm sorry," Hedwlg said quickly. time, nnd permanent blind relief again and Ah shut my eyes and put It was very warm. I have ginning, before his time came also. thing behind his gray mustuche. The "Mother has forgotten the lemon." QBite a large blister, and the archThe first large dinner for mouths war fund, been placed nt the services muh finger on de red hot stove. horses topped, as the crowd suddc.ly Karl Mailed and, shrugging his bishop had to take his hoes oil' and was given that night nt the palace, to of the blinded soldiers of the allied "Den Ah know 'twasu't no dream. I closed in front of them. shoulders, retched the lemon. "Bight, walk in his The $1",000 a year rent, stockings, because his feet do King Karl all possible honor. The urmles. up the compnnyun wny to de deck, "Drive on!" he said angrily, and the now?" be inquired. "And aren't we hurl. No one saw. It was on a coun- gold service which had been presented which M. leHgmaa gaeraataea. win en- run nnd den de rowbowt enme 'longslde coachman touched ids whip to the going to have a talk togeiher?" try lane. But I'm afraid It didn't do to the king by the czar of Kussiu wus title the fund to the use of the whole nnd de enp'n he Jumped on deck, and horses. Hut they only reared, to he "If you wish it, I dare say we shall." very much good." He drew a long useu. The anticipatory gloom of the house, with its 100 rooms, und the says to muh in English Just as good as grasped at the bridles by hostile hands "Majesty," said Hilda, frowning Into breath. court wus laid uslde, aud jewels extensive gardens surrounding It. The I spoke: 'Yer done got ten minutes ahead. her teacup, "I see a marriage for ".No?" Kurl inquired. brought from vaults were worn for the whole domain forms one of the most ter get off de bowt,' and he held up his Karl half rose from his seat. you." She ignored tier mother'u scowl, Suddenly ihe boy s chin quivered. first time in mouths. Uniforms of beautiful spots in the Bols. The place ten fingers. "Sit still, majesty," said the chanceland tilted her cup to examine it. He was terribly ufrald he was going various sorts, but ull gorgeous, touched hns been rented for three years and lor. "It Is the students. They will "All I want is two, raistah!' Ah "A marriage!" Karl Joined Bar, and to cry. will be opened In two weeks. M. and took a large sip of tea, line shoulders, and cutue away, beardone tole him, an' I held up two fintalk, that is all." peered with mock anxiety at the ten which cleared his ing white, powdery traces of the meetn made it a condition that the gers. voice. Den de sailors came over de side Hut it came perilously near to be- grounds. "Strange that my fate "My grandfather U not any better," ing. The greenhouses at the summer blinded American soldiers should also ing a riot. and dey all bed bomms. Dey tole muh Led by some students, should he confined in so small a comhe aakL "Perhaps some one else palace had been sacked for llowers and be cared for at tho Chateau de Madrid. ter go down In the pushed by others, the crowd sur- pass! a happy marriage! Which am nnd get should have gone. I am not very plants. The corridor from the greut muh duds. I looked nt dem bomms, rounded the two carriages, first mut- IV" good." he explained to Kurl. a hull, "it salon to the tering, then yelling. DISCOVERS "COOTIE" BANE nnd I don tole 'em Ah hed all de close A stone was "The Ion,- yellow leaf. Yes, it looks ought to be u very good person. He dreary pnssuge, diningsuddenly always become had hurbd, ii ml struck one of the horses. happy, I needed right dere on de deck. Hut you may be rather Is very sick." a fairy path of early spring bloom. Another dented the body of the car- shocked when I tell you." "No, suh. I done get right in de life"I'erhaps," suggested Karl mocking- Bran Annunciuta, hung now witli Relief for Soldiers to Result From riage its, If. A man with a handkerProfessor's Experiment!. boat wld de enp'n, nnd de German "Shocked?" ly, with a glance at Hedwlg, "they ropes of pearls, hoc hair dressed high chief tied over the lower half of Ills "I thin!.,'' said Hilda, grinning, "that should have snllors put de bomms down on de deck Discovery of ami this 'Xikky' of for a tiara of diamonds, her cameos that will prevent a chemical solution face mounted the shoulders of two you are gatag to marry me." two In de front of de schoonah an' American soldiers In yours." exchanged for pearls, looked royal companions, and harangued the crowd. "Delightful two Annunciata stirred restlessly. She Proving conclusively that clutter, us to the trenches from becoming infested tweenin de back. We was right beThey w a Tiled no friendship with Kar-nide schonnah and de wlth "cooties" was announced recently "And we are going to have " '" '1 ti'is talk of Nikky lu dies-- , is entirely a mailer oi value. Were they to lose their national by Provost Edgar Eahr Smith of the Say, boss, doun let 'em tole yo' dose "Hilda!" cried the archduchess fret- execrable taste. Mine Braithwaite, who hud begun existence- - He exhorted them madly fully, "Ho stup that nouscn-- e and lot rniverslfy of Pennsylvania. Provost tun little. Dot was ' ile Is not particularly good." recently to think a palace the dreariest Smith presided at a through the handkerchief. A hahtl of us talk. was trying to recall, this meeting of the suah the biggest thing Ah ever saw lu "oh. so ha Is not particularly place in tin' world, and the most morning," she said to Karl, "when you good?" lass secretaries of the University of my life. I nevah pulled an oah In mah fouud the preparations Pennsylvania Alumni in Philadelphia. life. last visited us." She kuew it quite "Well, he thinks lie isn't. He says rather exciting, Beiug British she well, but aha preferred having Karl he doe-n'- i In announcing the preventive ProSaw Another Sunk. lind it easy to his think she had forgotten. "It was, I country more than anything love the dearly loved the urislocrucy, and vost Smith refused to give the name "We was off de schoonah 'bout five shrugged her shoulders ut any family in believe, just hefore Hubert " of the university scientist who made minutes when de bomnjs went off ivorhL for one thine. and And lie smokes which took up less than a page in ihe "Yes," said Karl gruvely, "Just beexperiments. It Is said, however, de schoonah, wit' all her sails up, great many cigarettes." I peerage. She resented deeply the iu-- i the fore." that the discovery resulted from a se- sailed right to de bottom of de oshun. "Another taste in common!" jeered of die commoner Into British " it to w as a baby theji." ries of experiments by the scientist in Den we knowed we wus gwlne Karl. in his smooth, curefully ironic politics, and considered Lloyd George treating his own person with various get it nex', but we Jess kep' pullln' ter "A very small child. I remember on uu iipatart uud uu untertopi r, i:es. chemical solutions until he found one that I was afraid to handle him." Annunciata was in the last stages Thai evening she took the crowu that, used us u wash, acted as a de- de oahs. Den we see smoke on de "lie is a curious hoy, old beyond his of he seen it, There preparations tor the terring agent and prevented "cooties" horyzou, and de yean, Bather a little nrlx, l think. the irritation. Karl's was no mistaking pliBee to see UM goer too. felt sneer in voice. Ills smile fasti Titles, The en appealed to from attacking him. While experi- De Fo' de fust time we smoke,safe. He has an Ikigllsh governess, and she was forced. put right fo' de an' him, She guessed thut has made liliu quite a little woman." bawd oi Nikky Lariseli before,he hud rose, und helieusked tor und secured a menting he maintained a colony of twenty minutes later, by de eap'n'a which held carefully. But the 'cooties" in a receptacle worn on his ihal. Kurl laughed, but Hedwlg Hushed. Indeed, he knew probably more watch, we saw de steamer turn up an' than ninguihceuce of the table only faintly go down, Jes like our own schoonah. "lb' is no that sort at all," she de- Hie did. Just what, Bha wonder, d. impressed him, uud when he heard wrist. clared stoutly. "He Is lonely uud aud was IfcaM to know "We was picked up by a steamah A great deal, if that Xikky would uot be present, he GO BAREFOOT, SAYS GERMANY ralher pathetic. The trutli is thut uo na could judge by Hedwigs face. about eight o'clock dat night, an' we lost interest entirely. "Will ihey one really cares for him. except " was mighty happy when de cap'n done "I hope you are working hard at wheel my gruudlulher In lu u chuirV "Except Captain Lnrisch !" said the your lessons, utto," she said, lu the he inquired. Old and Young Urged to 8ave tole us we was bound fo' New York, Den he tole us dey was short of atok-aharchduchess smoothly. "You and he, sewiv tune which otto had learned Leather Even at "lie Is too ill," Miss Bruithwuile Say, boss, Ah doan nevar shuv Iledwig, have done your best by him, that most people use when they Church. refer suid. surely." to lesson. "Go barefoot this summer and help vel coal in all mah life, but Ah waa "He'll be rather lonely, when they're The bit of byplay was not lost on "I'm afraid I'm not doing very well, all at the party. You don't suppose I the fatherland." Is the latest patriotic the fust ter volunteer mah servlcea. Karl the sudden stiffening of Tiiute. But I've learned the '(Jettys-bur- could go uud sit with him, do you?" catchword to be placarded in Germany. An' de whole crew follered muh to de back, olga's narrowed eyes. "In view of the alarming scarcity of stokehole. An' ever' time I don' open address.' Sm I "It will be long utter your bedit?" Olga bud been right, then. Trust her leather, rich and poor alike should de furnace do Ah don see dat "Heavens, uo!" aha protested. She time." for kuowiug facts when they were dis- had not the faintest idea what the Hodflaae being the one rule which was dispense with boots and shoes," says an' Ah shuvveled coal like coal neb-bwas shuvveled befob. agreeable. His eyes became set aud "Gettysburg address" was. never under and circumstances brokeu, an cxpluuatlou of the placurd iu the She "No mo bowt fo' me, boss, I wanna watchful, hard, too, had any noticed. suspected Mr. Gludstoue. Westfalische Zeltung of he did not persist. To have Instated Hhelnische There were ways to deal with such a might liuve meuut live murks oh in Essen. The old are urged to set an ex- get back to Maine, ter see mah folka The countess bad relapsed into si pow'fui bad, but not by de bowt, bosa, situallou, of course. They were givMiss Braithwaite1! book, uud his rec- - ample for the young. A little back (ran the family ing him this girl to secure their own circle, she had "Why not walk on your bare feet not by de bowt. Ah wanna go by de ord wus very good thut week. Towatched safety, and she knew it. Had he not scene stonily, uud knowing the whole gether Ihe elderly English wotuuu uud this summer?" saya the Zeltung. cahs. An' Ah nevah want to see no mo' Karl as been so mad about her he might have only a woman who loves sluccrely young need be sailors on de sea, nevah mo'. I like da uud the boy weut buck 10 the school rooui. "Neither old nor sailors on de land, like dem sailors pitied her, but he felt no pity, only a long can kuow a muu, she knew the The Countess Loschek, who hud ashamed to walk barefoot anywhere A Babel of Nolee, of Swinging Back deep aud resentful determination to inner workings of hla mind. She saw dressed with a heavy heart, was easily at home, in the atreeta, at school or in ovah dere. Dey know eumfln, boeai dey kuow suinfln." get rid of .Nikky, and then to warm auger tu the very turu jut his head and Forth. moat bjmuUful of the wouum that church." , ...ive i Long L -- T I noise, COOK GETS OFF BOAT IN HURRY The King A ! reo-801- I h - ;: ! Los-Che- k at 1 I" Se-lig- - a. r 1 i V s. Hed-wlg- 's sy er Vy 'BS. .aajBt-ftgaf- e. A WOUNDED BOYS SPIRIT IN WAR Hope of New Chanoo Is the Dom-- 1 inant Note. IN PAIN DO NOT HUB Chief Interest Is in Outcome of Battle in Which They Were Hurt Hospital Crowded With Men From All Sections Who Were Barring the Way to Paris When They Got Their Wounds Tricks With Red Cross. The minute T pital corridor I WH awnro of n pair of eyes. They were wistful ; they were entered the long hos- searching. They wanted somet hlng. This wns one of our base hospital, find I wns there because It wns crowded with wounded American, writes Mary Hrush Wllllnms In the Chicago Tribune. Our hoys hnd smelled the smoke of buttle unci borne Its wounds. Swnthed in" bandages, they crowded the wnrds whose swinging doors wafted the heavy odors of Iodoform. Not nearly all of them could get into the rooms, and the overflow lined the corridors In n lane of cots stretched end to end. Men from the Mississippi basin and the whent fields of the Northwest, from California, New York nnd Kentucky filled that hospital, nnd It wns no lljrht skirmishing that bad brought them there. They were barring the way to Paris when they got their wounds. In n cot against an end wall snt n boy whose gnzo fascinated me. One leg lay stiffly In n enst outside the bedclothes and one arm swung from n pulley. Ills pnllid fnce wns framed In strong, blnck hair that reached backward agnlnst the upright pillow. Only his eyes showed nny nnimatlon. And. although we were fully a apart, they reached out nnd spanned the distance, stretching an Invisible bridge between him and mo. I said to myself he wanted something nnd that T would go nnd fetch It for him. I hurried as fnst ns I could, which wnsn't very fnst. because of the congestion of the corridor by men on stretchers who were being wheeled niong the narrow path between the cots. Nurses hurried along with thermometer and Tied Cross men with cups of gruel. "There's a good deal of traffic along tin's boulevard." grinned n boy from for me!" behind a diagonal bandage with which That is the spirit of nil of them. the if had bound his hi "id. All Eager to Get Back. Wants News of Reniment. Presently i moved to a different All through my slow progress those quarter In the corridor nnd n boy from eyes never left my fnce. They kept South Dakota beckoned me. Confiden-tinlly- . drawing nnd shortening the bridge behe was worried about his leg. tween us. As I BMTCd his bed in the He (eared It would have to go, and if Inst lap of that trip I pushed past a it did he would never reach the front doctor and all but upset a cup of cof- again. fee on a chair beside a cot, so urgent His neighbor wanted me to write a Seemed this one boy's need. letter for him. His name was Mike "Knsy. lady!" He threw nut his voice BuDivan and he lived 111 Wyoming. He tow rd rr.e. "Could you possibly tell wanted his1 father nnd mother told me hnve they got any news of mv that their letter to him had come, regiment. Do you know whether they but he had not been able to read it held?" He mnde no personal request. because It was handed to him before As I was gasping to recover from daylight Just previous to his starting the question so unforseen another for the attack, and Just a little after voice him. It came from daylight he was wounded and the letn nan lying tint on his back In the ter got blotted with Ids blood. the next cot with his eyes bandaged Put they were not to worry, for It over and his face Wearing the with- was nothing and he would he back at drawn, on participative look of those work in n few days. Back at work who cannot see. meant his Job in the trenches nnd "What I want to know Is, did they not tending cattle In Wyoming. hold the railroad station In front of ? That is the Important question. FUN IN A BASE HOSPITAL If they did. we're nil right, and those Bodies could never get another foot nearer Talis along that front." A boy on n neighboring cot made gesture to Indicate to me that this man's sight was forever gone. Only his upper forehead and his lower .law were visible beyond the bandage, but they were set and squnre. "I wish I could get back at thnt. doggone it ! I ajMftihhVt 'have stood it If those twine iiad got to Paris." I later got his record. He was William Myers of Louisville nnd he traveled (or his father, who Is In the liquor business. Foe Avoids Open Ffght. "I'm so Interested In my regiment," paid the blind boy. His neighbor beckoned to me and whispered that he never thought about anything else, lie never talked about himself, nor made a personal request nor Baked If Ills Bight was gone forever. He wanted to know if his regiment had been relieved. A visitor had come and asked him If be wanted anything, and he Bskecl her to please find out anything She she could about his regiment. rend the papers of three consecutive days which mentioned them. Then all news ceused. But the blind boy's only With a clown hat and a toy flute comment was that they must have this wounded American soldier is enbeen relieved. I was Invited to sit down unci the tertaining his fellow patients in a base hospital. conversation became general. "Those Koches can't tight In the Never Played Hookey. open," said Frank Hclucn, a boy from Alert Tegun, high school boy of New York state, who had lieen shot In Wis., lias u perfect school recthe lung. He punted u little us he talked. "This was tin open scrap and ord for the last twelve years, or durI put four of them on the run with my ing his entire school course. He was bayonet. They can't stand the sight not absent or turd) during that entire of u bHyonet. Individually, they ain't time. ao brave. It's that they're organized Whale Meat Supply Grows. and go In great lots or else they stay Vive hundred cases of whale meat in the woods or In the trenches nod Under cover, where they are deud safe. are being canned ut Victoria, B. C, Then they're careful to pick you off." dally. Up to the present 75 wh. es. "Oughtn't you atop tnlkiug?" A have been captured nnd brought to the alight Hush wus mounting bla cheek. cannery this aeueou. half-block hlun-koted Manl-towoc, "IWf you want a drink of water?" HI hand wn over I he sore spot In hi lung. "Are you In pain?" "No. You know what those Poche do. .lon't you?" That Is lust about ns much of the personal In conversation yon will ever get out of any of them. Ho continued with bis narrative. "Of course you're not supposed to shoot when you see a Hod Cross on n man' arm and he Is bearing a stretcher. Well, we saw o lot of them one day and let up until nil of a sudden It occurred to one of ns that those stretchers had awful queer shapes. One of our hoys Just took the tip of his bayonet and flipped back the gray blanket covering it. There was n whole mountain of cartridges. We uncovered another and what do you think showed np? A machine gun ! "Those were regular soldiers, but you ought to have seen them take to their heels In the scrap that followed. Wr used to say at home that my little sister would cry If you pointed your finger at her. Well, let me tell yon. those Oermnns will fly if you point n bayonet nt them. It wns n machine gun thnt got me over In the woods under cover. We were going over the top." No Need of Brandy There. "Hid they give you brnndy before you stnrted?" The boy's eyes opened In surprise. The Oermnns give their men ether before they send them out into the open. "No. Amerlcnns don't seem to wnnt anything. You don't feel afrnld when the time comes. Amerlcnns haven't sense enough to be nfrnld," grinned n man who lay so flat nnd heavy and lifeless on his cot that he had not attracted attention before. One of his companions whispered to me thnt this wns Alvn Ketchnm of Tennessee, nnd that he was something of a hero. "Where are you wounded?" I demanded. "In the back." he answered. "T got the bayonet In the back. I wns tnken prisoner nnd I went niong with them for a wnys nnd then I figured It thnt I'd rnther be dend than n prisoner to those people, so I stnrted a scmp. I didn't hnve anything hut my hands, but I knocked two of them down. Then the third stuck the hnyonet Into no." Thnt was all he volunteered about himself. John Maler wns nn engineer from Rochester, N. Y., who had fought out In the open nnd hnd gone over the top, he said, nnd It wns very unusual that one In his branch of the service did so. He was COW plaining that he hnd never boon in bed for n dny before, and lie simply could not stand it. Ills wound was In his arm. "Oh. well." I said, "they'll let you be up In n day or two. and they will send you home presently. Your contribution to your country is made." I inn't tell me I thing like that. At (his time home would be n nice place FRENCH ADVANCE NEAR THE OISE Strike South of Montdidier After Mile Gain in Picardy; Capture Castel. SECTOR VITAL TO LONDON IS STIRRED BY FUEL SAVING SAYS HUMS WILL "Y" MAN ANSWERS MANY QUESTIONS New Gas and Electricity Regulations Fall Heavily on Householders. The regulations regarding the DEFENSE Bad Weather Interferes With Operations in British Sectors Line Established From Adriatic to Flanders Positions Improved. Pari, .inly on 15V In an operation Mont-IMIer carried out the front between and the (Use the French pushed their advanced posts forward I ills yards In lance of approximately the vicinity of the Porta farm, the war olllee announced. didate for Make Gain in Picardy. Rncceee has London, Jaty 15, crowned fnrthW smashes by the allies into the Qermen lines between Tares and Itelms. For more than two weeks the allies have been Jamming Into the Herman defenses here and there and the results now are Just as favorable as at the beginning. For the tlrst time since the attrition campaign was undertaken the French hnve struck with force in the I'ionrdy battle field. Along the Avre river, northwest of Montdidier, the French advanced their lines more than a mile on n front of three miles nnd captured gsOf than M6 prisoners. This blow, like the r lit ones by the I'.ritish astride the Bom me, has driven the enemy back nn a sector vital to the defense of Amiens, the objective of the first Herman offensive begun on March SI. In capturing Cartel and strong fortified positions tiie French bare advanced almost to the neat an bank of 'he Am. Halneval will endanger seriously the German positions west of the AVre to below Montdidier, west of athlete. which the Americans hold Cantigny. s In nn advance toward Amiens the would either follow the Soiaine SKILL ESSENTIAL or go up the valley of the Avre, which IN AIRPLANE WORK Joins the Sonime near Amiens. French Gains Not Taken Seriously. Between the Alme and the Marne the Hermans apparently Mill do not take seriously the French gains east t. Sev of the forest of eral village's and fortified farms. Including Corey and I.ongpont. have been taken by the French this (reek, but the Hermans h 've made no serious effort to retake the positions and are slowly being forced off the high ground. Bad weather continues on the Brithindering the ish front) especially bomhint activities of British airmen. Tiie Herman artillery lire Is strong on the I.ys salient. At P.ucquoy. between Albert and Arras, the British drove aft Herman raiders. Continuation of the rain on tin' Brttfadl front may hamper Hennan ptaBa, as the battle grounds of Flanders and Plenrcly are likely to urn Into seas nt mud. Rain has bean falling on the British front aft and on for five days. Allies Establish Connected Lines. success in Albania Franco-Ttatin- n has enabled Hie allies to establish I Connected battle Hue over a stretch of Jim Mile from Snlonlkl to the AdriXitul atic. The Italians rapidly are clearing s from the up the territory taken The highest grade of workmnnshln in western Albania and preparis required in the preparation of metal ing for attacks. parts I'or airplanes. Kvery part must Be tar sen Beral and Lake Orhrida be finely tempered and accurately the Fp neb have occupied all the terto prevent collap.se under hard ween the DavoU and Tama strain:'. ritory hat These men ure welding parts ricn rivers except near the continence. of a navy hydroplane. The navy is out. gHl the Austrlans still hold guarding carefully publication of any Prli men taken by the French in the parts or the whole of u finished plane. TonmHo.i valley have increased in IIK). Imnrove Portions in Flanders. BREAKS POLE WITH HEAO With the Brttlah Army in France, July British operations In the Karri ; sector have brought Its line for- Soldier From Here Is Still After the Kaiser. ward to within about a Quarter of a Joseph McKlaley Walker, Company let tun! h mile west of thai C, Flghleenih infantry, First battalion. and Mtaisd for the British complete observation of Herman positions in the Camp Qranti en route with colored troops Fast, wliile dreaming of the village. Australian units paeJsed forward Huns Jumped from his berth, which northwest of Morris along a front of MM No. It, in nightmare, and struck LSM yards to a depth of 'J50 yards and nn Iron signal pole with his head, He was 'aken to drove the enemy from the high ground breaking the pole. (lie hospital at Hammond, Ind., apoverlooking Mailt. Friday the British Infantry again reached out and parently dying. Recently be appeared claimed aMther strip of hostile ground at the depot and begged the agent to get him Fast so be could rejoin his west or Merrla. liits advance eacneu u maximum depth of about half a mile comrades, who. he said, were bad actors and liable to onfcli the kaiser h- -I and extended along a front of &30p ire lie could get there if he didn't yards. hurry. As a result the British positions have been greatly improved and a STOP ATTEMPTED HUN RAID MOTOR COP MAKES GOOD small salient which had been left In the line after Tucsdiiy's ntluck has German Assault Against American PoJoins Tank Squad After Completing been eliminated. Resitions in Chateau-ThierrTask Set Self. gion Breaks Down. I get the fellows that stole that "If FIRE LAID TO GERMAN WRATH car I'll feel that I am a good man and Washington, July IB. An attempted s Destroyed; Blaze will enlist In the 'tank' service," Herman raid iigiiinst American posiTeuton Leo la s, a motorcycle policetions in the 'bateau Thierry region in High School Follows; Investiman of Omaha, to his fellow workers broke down with losses under our lire. gation Started. at the police station. Then he left the General Pershing reports in his combuilding in search of two men who had munique of July 1'.'. American aviMenominee. Mich., July 15. The H Dafti high school, built stolen a car from A. L. Hlllnsky. ators In action against hostile planes new MM Half an hour later he returned with succeeded in shooting clown an enemy nt u cost of ,$I7II.IMM, was partly demachine in the region of Thlnucourt, stroyed bf "re, due, It Is believed, to the car and two men. Hays, who Is an expert gas engine hi roniiBUBtqne adds. Chief OoUlM Of Ust incendiarism. mechunlclun, Is now in the tank serv.Mure than tha usual activity mi the tire department gives it as his opinion ice. part ol the Hermans in the Chateuu-Thlcrrhat the lire Is the result of senile Herregion was noted and his in, man Indignation over the hunilng of All Wish to Wed Soldier. l fnnlrv was "nervously alert," suys Hen the Herman text hooks on the A soldier at Camp Beauregard wrote grounds recently. The district era! Pershing. attorney has started an Investigation. the editor of a paper at Fine Bluff, Ark., saying he would like to eorre Eight Die in Collapse. apoud with a Pine Bluff girl with a Montreal, Qnt . July 15. Fight perWants Lewis to Run. The editor pub- sons were killed lili.l several injured July 15. Washington, President view to matrimony. lished the letter. The following day by the collapse of tin' top tloor, W Is,, stored seal a letter to Senator J. the soldier received ten proposals from with empty shells, of u warehouse Hamilton Lewis of Illinois, the Demo- as many girls. Proposals are still pour- owned liy Lymburuer, Limited, uiunl-tlou- a cratic whip, urging thai ho be a can- Ing in. I manufacturers. g : Oer-manVlllers-Cotterestancl-poiat- ing in London among households using these supplies for II ilitlng nnd cooking Bajrpoaaa, The effect of the order has been to place the careful person who has kept down her bills In n more dlllicult position than her j neighbor who has been wasteful. Many families In view of the ennl rationing scheme have Installed gas or electricity for heating and warming purposes, unci they now tind lint under the Condition! of the order these appliances will be lusuflicjcnt for their needs. The object of the order was staled as being the BBTittg of coal, but the effect, especially ill the middle-clashomes, will lie to rely more on the coal fire for cooking unci healing purposes than the other means, and a a result more coal will be burned. The London truffle problem wn never In even n fair way of solution until the American experts enme over nnd took the mutter in hand some yours ago. I5ut they succeeded In doing more than solving the problem of rnpld transit they taught the people to use their systems, and the passenger trallic of London has grown enormously in consequence. Today experts are needed more than ever as the situation of London (rattle under the present condition goes from bad to worse. The cnnimiHinVcr-Inby the military authorities has reduced tin- supply of motor omnibuses to a mere dribble, while the saving of coal and electricity has caused the withdrawal of many of the surfuce cars and the subway trains. In consequence every vehicle I crowded, and to attempt to board either train or car or bus during the rush hours la only a possibility for the tricity baTI caused considerable of ill.' use of Baa and elec feel- Herman Chancellor Tells Reichstag Cor.q.icred Kingdom Held 0 Jy ao Pawn. PEACE FEELER B ustrian Peace Been Repjl-ed Secretary Gets Chance to Show All He Knows. GRINS AND KEEPS AT IT HERRING Solves Conundrums With One Hand While He Shovels Out Smokes and Writing Paper With the Other s Mostly He Knocks Out and Homers, but Once in a While He Fans. Three-Bagger- Is Slid to Have by the Allies' Brne Legations to the Agent. Move Oar-rin- iiastIlTjt Ans-trlan- i l I'epenhagen. .Inly I.",. According to aaa reports of the aji u of Chsa-lafjat Herding, aabtad from Cuaan basjaaj and London. Germany is ready o talk peace on the program of rc- loring Belgium to the Belgians, but keeping Herman coniptcsts In Raasla. in general this bears out previous that the kaiser Is willing to e from his western advance in ml I'.elgium if he Is given ''ran eastern laud compensation. Denial that Germany intended to retain Belgium was made by Van llert-llng- , Herman chancellor, In the course of his speech before the relchstag main committee Thursday. 'Hiir present possession of Belgium only means thai we have a pawn for future negotiations. " the chat Itor said. "We have no Intention to keep Belgium in any form whatever." Hertling's Peace Feeler. London, July 15, Debate on the general political sil nation was opened In the reichstag on Thursday by i mint von Hertllng, German chancellor, according to a German ollicial wireless message received here (lie chancellor asserted that he "maintained the spirit" of the kaiser's answer to the papal peace note, and continued "What have we lived to see, however? While for years there can have boon no doubt whatever of our w illingness to hold out our hand toward all honorable peace, we have heard until these last few days Inciting speeches delivered by enetiiv statesmen. "President Wilson wants war until wo are destroyed, and what Mr. Balfonr, :he British secretary of state tor foreign affairs, bus said must really drlre the Saab of anger to the cheeks of every Herman. s AsT'ranee of "Discussions." "in the direction of our policy nothing will i Imaged, If. in spite of three hostile statements by these or a statesmen, any serious c!T'"-tpaving of the way to peace were to show themselves anywhere, then, quite certainty, wa would not adopt a negative attitude from the very beginning, hut we would examine these seriously means- - I say, expressly seriously efforts Immediately with scrupulous care. 'l'.ut it is in aaary for the appoint- ed representatives of the enemy povv- fs. duly authorised by their government, to give us to understand that discussions are possible, discussions tvhlcfa for the time being, naturally will be artthln n limited circle. "I also can tell yog that this stand, point Is not merely my own but that it Is shared emphatically by the chief of the army nd- ministration. The chief of the a nay administration lias said t mo that us soon ns n serious desire for pence manifest itself on the other side we must follow It up. Keep Russian Conquests. "You will b" Interested to know how we ure working on Ibis standpoint and certain problems will appear which the present time forces upon us. discussion took place regartl- Ing these questions Jul) I and - at general headquarters, under the pases Ideney of the kaiser. "Naturally I can only nnununc. here unite generally the lines which were Regarding laid down at that time. the cast, grg stand on the basis of the peace of Itrest Lltovsk and we wiab to lea the pence carried osjl in a loyal manner. This is the wish of the German Imperial administration ami is supported in tliis by the chief of the army administration." Won't War Aims. Washington, July IB TTntblag Impe- rlcal Chancellor von Bertllng of Gar ninny CM say w ill change the war aims or the peace terms already laid down by America nnd her allies. Ch.-.n- fFrom the Stars nnd Stripes) Have you ever hung over a desk in V. M. C. A. hut long enough to get n a Slant .00 the questions the gang hurls over the mound to the secretary behind there? They are like tha Question I'.ox columns of fit) Slwash newspapers rolled Into one, and tha way tha old hoy with the red triangle on Ids sleeve huts at 'em and knocks out and homers with 'em is sure a caution. (If course, sometimes he fans, but then what would any fellow do after he's been handing out all day long P. A. nt 7:i centimes per each, swapping American postage stamps for soap wrapper French money, shooting a lot of bull to a crowd of rufnex to write home to mother, or cashing post ofllc loney orders for $Mt or $7.85 when the rate of exchange is 5.71, and then some doughboy asks him how to write a letter to his brother in Montey-nlggethree-baggers r. Grins and Goes on. "Y" man to look up nnd see If' Bloody Maty killed Queen Kllznbeth or If Bessie dOM the trick to Bloody Mary. "How do you spell 'provincialism?'" Imagine K. P. Hilling Hint, will you? "How much posts ge does it take to send a hanky with tJoorenlr de France" broidcred on it?" Then some crophead what looks (fgaj he's doing P. (i. work nt Sing-SinOQQtT nsks: "Where in lu ll is A. P. big fut slob of an Arbuckle Then from the Fill Slingers comes In with a cuddoky over his sergeant's chevrons ami springs this one: "What's the French word for kiss?" Then a lollypolly second loot blows in. "What was the date the Loosl-tuni- u sunk?" asks the loot. Then come s In a couple of colored boys from below the Wright nnd Dlt-soline and they buys some pbjg nnd sweet chocolate, nnd one of Yin' leans over the counter like he was feeling for the rail with his right foot unit wanted at the same time to whisper to Harry In the white coat lh.it he was awful thirsty but he didn't have the centimes to raise gusher, mid he snys to tiie sec. : How Is This One7 "Say, boss, BM and buddy wants to know if you nil was ever serving bah In the Cliffy of the Jcffson hotel In Richmond T Fancy springing that on a "Y" guy! Then along comes a fellow what used to be a cavalryman on the border. He was one of them ones what spit rust. "Say," he says, looking as prominent as the white citizens' committee, "who was the guy in the Bible what had a thousand Janes all to hisself, and was there u Jew named Joseph who wus S. (1. L. 'cause he had a fancy overseas hat and his pals couldn't get none at 11 . 11 n 11 low-ilke hard-boile- Wouldn't that make any ordinary cuss rear up on his bond legs nnd blow off stenin? But the "Y" fellow Just grins unci goes to It. I can't help think-Isometimes that fellows Just usk a "Y" man a lot of fool questions to see if they can get his angora For instance, here's some I heard with me own eyes yesterday afternoon In 15 minutes while I wns waiting for a the Q. M.V" Wonder what struck him? Mast have got religion .ill to oncet. Then a tnominer's boy strolled In to get some writing paper to write a love letter to his Lizzie nnd I got so darn disgust, ii that they let II thing like that wash his mess kit in U U. S. pun that I Just thanks the "Y" man nnd turns around and goes to work and spits on the lloor and beats pink-face- it. Oee! them Y. M. C. A. fellers sure ought to have the Croiks de Hinr, all right. "NO CAT, NO DEVIL DOG" Text-book- I v t I y high-schoo- -- recruiting station. Man Refuses to Enlist Unless He Can Take Tabby. Because Scrgt. S. l'earlln of the Providence (It. I.) Fnlted States marine corps recruiting station would not allow him to take a huge black cat to the Paris Island training camp with him. M. J. Mcdonough, a husky lud from Full refused to enlist in the marine corps, ami has returned to Fall fever, black cat ami all. When Mclionough walked into the recruiting station he was hugging the big animal under his arm. "W hy the rat killer?" asked l'earlln. "You said ft," answered Mcdonough. "I have rend ubout the ruts lu the trenches and I'm more afraid of rata than anything lu the world. I've taught Tommle here to watch over me while sleep and keep the rata off. I'm going to 1. ike him to camp with me." "Nothing doing," agld l'earlln. "No cat, no devil dog," answered Mclionough as he walked out of that 1 u -- t t rwM meetings at Salem. Irvington citizens ar invited to attend. Mr. and Mn. O. D. Bright visited Mr. W. J. Hobenand baby, Detroit, MM Sallle (iibaon in Louisville last Mich., at the guests of J. T. Hnben weak ml family. Tha following young paople wara Mrs. Murgaret May has returned entertained at tha home of Miss from Madhtonville and Nashville where Evelyn King, Tuesday evening in honor sh has been the guest of her daughters. of Harry Smith, Akron, Ohio Miaaat Mrs. L- T. Reld, Clovetport was a Mabel Wroe, Virginia Bandy, Ruth Marthail, Virginia Head. Nail Bram visitor in town last Tuesday. Evelyn Rev. limit in u: and family were the lette, Ruby Haynes Hook, guests last week of Kev. Kellogg Bramlette and Elizabeth Hook. Messrs Willie Calo, Hanry Coelty, Ernest Smith and Mrs. Smith at Klngswood Compton, Victor Lyon, L. B. Moraman Miss Mary Catherine Sturrm, Jr. and Jack Hoard. Is the guest of her grandmothEugsnc Noland, Louisville spant the er, Mrs Margaret May. week end with Edward Morrison. Hugh lloben has returned from Tha Methodist S. S will have a Detroit, Mich., and will go into the HARDINSBURCi BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K OF CLOVERPORT RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Aotlng President- - Cashier RY ies : THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN SERVICE CONTENTMENT 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Mndi-sonvil- le IM HAIL INSURANCE ON HOORVIAN Insure your tobacco with W. C. in Wednesday. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bennett and children, Louisville are guests of Mrs. HILL ITEMS L. B. Moot man and Mra. Kate Hannett. Mr. and Mrs. Glsn Bunger, Miss Virginia Head and Henry Conley The Kev. Paul M. Watson is expect motored tu Brandenburg Friday. ed to till his appointment at the Lucile Rev. Held U conducting a series of Memorial church next Sunday morning and evening. has gona to Mrs. Wm Dawson was in town to see Lsxlngton to accept a position with son, Ben Dawson and Mrs Dawson Miss Piggutt's her Lexington Herald. ths oier. Thursday who returned with her Rev. ;imes V. Norman has gone to Fat ft in ths newspaper world is very afternoon. Providence, R I., for a month's visit promising. Mrs. Rob Wilson and children return to his parents. ed front Dayton last Monday accomp Miss N.iutiv J. Meador, Kings wood anied bv her sisters. Mary and Lillian was in town Saturday shopping. Perkins for a two weeks visit Heard has returned Miss Virginia Miss Cissell Simons and brother, Miss Georgia Dooley, Mattoon, HI., from Custer where she was the guest Henry May Simmons left Thursday lor is the guests of Miss Myra Rollins of Miss Metlie Pile. Before their home in Denver, Col. Mrs. Rachae, Lay and Mrs H Dlx leaving Kentucky thev will spend a Miss fU'ssie Watlington has opened ware week end guests of Mrs Frank short time in Louisville with their her school at Woodrow. aunt, Mrs. Ike Myers, in Lexington Mrs. Jim Jarboe has returned to her Ferry at Cloverport. Mrs. Emma Wisenberg. Cloverport with Mr. atd Mrs. Owen May and at home in Owensboro after a visit to spent Sunday with her patents. Mr. the country home of Mr. and Mrs relatives here. and Kit, W. B II inks. Gill Wroth near Indianapolis. Dr. Allen L. Kinclieloe has returned Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Burden are Mrs Wm Dowell, Union Star was in to his home in Stunley after a visit to town Saturday the guest of her son, receiving congratulation on the arrival Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and family. of a baby boy in their home Friday Editor lorn D. Rabbage and daugh- O. W. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell. Mrs. Ernest Pierce returned Satur- July. 12. ter, Miss Mildred Kabbage, Cloverport Mr. James Crenshaw of near Glen day from a visit with her sister, Mrs. were ! town Saturday. Dean was the guest last Saturday and Wallace Settles, Louisville has been Russell Pendleton at Amnions. Mrs Nannie Sterrett and children, Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Beavin the guests of his grandmother, Mrs. Hawesville are here this week with Rachel Basham was quite ill at the Charlie Mattingly and Mr Mattingly. Miss Monarch, Owensboro is the Mrs. Elizabeth Napper who continues home of her grandmother, Mrs. Jack Smiley is some what better. guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alfred Taylor. ill. Mrs. A. Mi Harrell, Cloverport was Mr. Bud Isom who went to L.nuh. Attorneys, John P. If iswell and Jim Skilimau, Louisville have been attend- the guest Saturday of Mrs L. D. Fox. ville a week ago to see a specialist in visited Miss regard tohisejes remained there (or ing Circuit Court. Miss Myra Rollins treatment. H, B. Frymire, is the guest of Zelma Avitt at Ludiburg last week. Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Lod went to her sister, Mrs Wade Pile Mrs. Elizabeth Paulman is in Cloverport visiting her sister, Mrs A. M. Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Heard had as their Miss ('. ildie T.tbtrling has accepted a dinner guests last Fiid.iy Mr. and Mrs. Miller at the home of her daughter, position in Mr. Frank (Jelze's Store. Mrs Frank Ferry. Taylor Heard, Mrs. Lee Biseop and MIm Aumc Lee Ills hop. Miss Mablc Shellman entertained t up at night? Sanol is surely Do you Six Hoy Scouts are camping at the the young folks Saturday evening at for all kidney or bladder troubk-sthe Kalis ol Rough this week. Ralph and her home on Colli ge street. Murray Heard, John and DumM WalkMiss Eva Basham was the week end Sanol gives relief in 24 hours iron all back er, kobeit Compton and Jesse Smith. guest of her sister, Mrs. w. H. Gibson ache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. TiOc and $1.00 a bottle at Air. and Mrs Bishop had for and Mr. Gibson six o'clock dinner, last Thursday Judge Rev. W. H English, Agora, Idaho, be drug store. J. K. Lt)tnan, Kliz tbslhtowu, and arrived Sunday for a month's visit with Corp. C H. White aim Mrs. White. his mother, Mrs. Mollie English at RAYMOND Oven the four year old son of Mr. the home of her son, Kev. H. S. Engiish and Mr ite.stoii Heuiiug died last at Amnions. School opened here the 8, with Miss Wednesday ami was buried TnurMlay Mrs. Malissa (iihson, Sample was in St. Kuntaulil's cemetery. the week end guest of her son, W. II. Wilda Tripiett, Bewley ville as teacher. Mrs Belle Chappell left Saurday Miss Claffl Belle Kincneloe returned Otbaoe and Mrs. Gibson. to Louisville Monday alter a two Sfsekl Morgan Uius witli their families for a visit with her son Carl at visit with her mother, Mts. A. X were Sunday guests of relatives at Brandenburg. Kinchelte Mts. Ada Stanlield and children, Ammons. Irvington are visiting Mrs Stanfield's Miss Mary Daily Heard hat returned Miss tut Ramsey visited friends at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chism. from Louisville where she was the Ludiburg last week guest of net graudfatner. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan (.'ashman Miss Ola Basham retuined Friday from a visit with her sister, Mrs J. E spent Sunday the gursts of Mr. and IRVINGTON Johnson and Mr. J.jhnsnu at llisiu Mrs. J. H. Avitt, Lodiourg. Mr and Mrs. George Leisey. Mjetic Spring. Mrs. .1 T. Stewart, New Albany has returned home Sunday evening alter M irrii Cun, Kadfiald, Iowa is spsnj-inbeing guests of relatives here for a with nit p treats, been the guest of relatives here the short while. several past two weeks. Mr and Mrs. Herbirt Cain Owen Noble has returned to Bowlit g Mrs Henrv Tompion and children, Miss Elhllhath Conner, Owinsboro several days Louisville hive returned home after a Gieen after spending is the guest of Mis J. V. Vogel visit with her parents, Mr anil Mrs. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U R Mr. and Mis John Cook attended J Noble. e Stewart, the funetal of Mr. M. S Dowell at Archelll Morris and family spent Mi and Mrs R. R. Ilrear, Ekrnn big Spi nig Monday. were guests of Mr. and Mrs C. A, Saturday and Sunday the guest-- of ,). W. Claycomb and family. EltroO, Mr. an! Mrs. James Heron ana Tinius Thut ada v daughter, Huntington, ft. Va., are Misses Louelia Biack au3 Ituth ltain-seMiss Beatrice RebiMa, Rkillaaai is visitor at the home of Mr. aim Mi'. and Messrs Horner Pullock and Mis-- , liable Shellman. the guest of I) C Heron, Ml. Pisgah. Khotla Knott ei tcaded an jae cream E. Ferguson and Mrs. FerguDr. O supper at (Jalofl Star Saturday eve. liart Cunningham, Clicnault was in son had as their gttCatl last week Mia. town Satuttlay. Mrs. M. IJ. Cashman left last Wed Ferusou's mother anil sister, Mrs Mrs. Bd Thomas, Louisville is visit nesday for her homr at Vnnz int. Denora, Louisville and Mrs Daniel ing her paieuU. Mr and Mrs. I). W. Leah and little daughter, Clara, She was accompanied homi by Mr. Henry. and Mrs. E. A. Cashuiau ami suns ai.d aeaataaro. Mrs Leun t ashman. Hugh Conluy and children, Mrs T J. Hupwood. Lewisport was the Augusta, (j.i., will spend next month Miss Uuth Harnsey, Stephensport our guest of trieuds here last wetk. Willi Mrs Nora Board. former school teacher I peat lioin WedMiss Virginia Whitworth is in nesday till .Sunday i veiling at the home Mrs. A. T Adkius entertained a Ower.sboro the guest of Miss Helen of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'ashman. We njinltar of her mariied friends at 5OO Roberts. are always glad to have Miss Ruth Friday afteiuojn Hour o'clock. Miss Lillia Askins left last week for with us. Mrs. Bry&jBj Ltuistiiie flailed Ret New Albaay, Several from here attended the ice I' H. I ( v 111 ami vlrs Kyan last week. Mr, Peter Lrashtai, New- York, and cream supper at J. W. Cashinau's Mis Viola Lewis will return this sister, Miss Geusie, Louisville were near Lodibutg Tnursday eveiiing. week lioin Ku.weli, N. M. guests of friends and relatives hers Mr. and Mrs. K. A. ashman and MISS HeieS Hoard spent the week Friday. sou One y left Monday for Ceuter Pelat end in Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Ainanaus liruldle. Ind , after the guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mts, A. T. Drana were in Princeton, Ittd., passid thiough here Leon Cashman for several days. Louisville last week buying a new car Sunday euroule to their home at y Mr, and wara accompanied home by Mrs mire having made the trip in their family, and Mn, James Rhodes and Webster spout Sunday at Alex Thui in in Prune and daughter, Mlaa Hudson. Khodes. rvizaueth Diane. Masters Guy and Owen Mattingly, 10 v e el t Koote and son spent tin- Hardinsburg ware guests of their DfcAN week end in Louisville with his mother uncle, Scott Mattingly Mrs, and Mrs. Ada Koote. Mattingly. tilyltu- - was in Louisville T. K S. B. Laslie, Sample was in town Mrs. J. Hule Miss army next week. Kverett Meador left for Chillicothe, Ohio., Sunday morning after a visit to Mr. and Mrs Taylor his parents, Meador. Anion Kiueheloe, Washington is the guest el i parents, Dr. and Mis. A. Mr. Kincneloe is going M. Kiochtloe. to Krauee to do V. M. C. A. work He has one son who has already gone spaclal program Sunday A. M. A community strvlee flag will be unfurled. Mrs. Myron Hennlger and Miss Ruth Hsunigt-wera in Louisvilla last week. Mission study class will meet with Mrs. C. W. Ilawes on Monday after r THE HENRY CLAY; THE PIONEER HAIL COMPANY All kinds of de jro H. .In Insurance. Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Life and Casualty W. C. MOORMAN : : : Hardinsburg, Ky. of ;h no noon Mm Piggott STEPHhNSPORT Wire Fencing We have just received a car of AMERICAN FENCE, and are in position to save you money on Fencing. Also Barbed Wire in both heavy and light. Remember your fencing will be higher and very hard to get even at advanced prices. Take care of your fall requirements now. p t B. F. BEARD & CO. I - Hardinsburg, Ky. HOC 0 nor HOC hoe 3.c 30C (CZIOIZZ) PRIMARY ELEC TION AUG. 3, 1918 el the county court for Hreckenridge county. State of Kentucky, hereby certify that the folfowiag are the names and places of residence of persons nominated by notification and declaration as candidates for the various public offices hereinafter indicated, whose notifications and declarations are required by lea and such have been filed in my office oi the County Court Clerk by the Secretary' of State, and which candidates are to be voted for at the Primary Election in the Commonwealth oi Kentucky, to be held on Saturday, the Third day of August, Nineteen hundred and eighteen. 1. gt-- hi-s-t . i A. T. Beard, Clerk Beard Brothers Will buy your hogs, cattle, sheep, wool, to bacco and most anything else. Hogs received every day except Sunday. I NEWS J 1 BEARB BROTHERS Hardinsburg, Ky. : 1 i we-k-- t DEMOCRAT For United States Senator MAM PRESTON KIMBALL of Lexington. Ky. OLLIE M. JAMBS al Marion, Ky. For Judge of Court of Appeals E, .1 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx Cash or on time SETTLE 500 Stock ewes all native sheep , of Bowling Green, Ky. v. HBNSON oi Henderson, Ky. BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg, Ky. y REPUBLICAN For United States Senator B. J. BETAURUM of Somerset, Ky. BEN L BRUNEI! oi Louisville, Ky. For Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, Jr. of Hardiaebargi Ky. ISAAC S MASON of Beaver Dam. Ky. For Judge of Court of Appeals P, J. XXX xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxS I I jm Your Opportunity For buying SHOES is right here. We are offering a line of rner shoes for Men, mid-suj JJ PENTECOST 0 of Henderson, Ky MUSK El L H KAY RJJ H of Hartford, Ky. Given under at) aarM this the day of July. mix. A. T. Beard. Huh Clerk llreikeniidge County Court. Women and - W, Mi J'-- j i GLN I Burnett will visit her Burnett, Camp Zschary Taylor for the weekend. Btrg. Burnett expects to leave soon for franca. Wilson. Mrs. Lucy Hunter and Miss Cilia M' Maggie .South of near Korda- - Owen came here from Mrs. E A. rule la visiting her cousins, Misses Moore's at Kishsr, Ky. We are glad Cora and Ella Whittinghlll. to say Mrs. Hunter Is better. y 0. and children are visiting her parents, Dr. wsley and Mrs. Owsley, Whits Milles, Ky. Mlsa Mary Grace C'oa, Clarksville, Teun., is visiting her bister, Mrs. J. R. Mis, Nell Cooper, Fordsvill spent a few days hsre last week the gel si u J. T. Jones and C. W. Jones. Kev. Daves, I'ineville, Ky., preached here last Sunday. Mrs. P. H. Nunnelly is here with her mother fur a while Mr, Nunnelly has gone tu France as a Y. M. C. A. Children, in styles that are comfort- able, durable and new. We positively guarantee a good M tu and if not satisfied l lB II II JI MM 1 return them- - rf() fl carpenter. Mrs. lleui husband, . R. W. JONES Glen Dean, KyJ 1 -- L VMBaMM aaaw JKkZbaWv. .YAaVttaV. ... asMail