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JULY Pages No. 4 DEATH DUE TO CAMP TAYLOR e Another Contingent of County Boys Called Into Military Service From July Breck-enridg22-27. Political Advertisement BRIGHT'S DISEASE PRIMARY . SATURDAY. AUGUST VOTE FOR JUDGE HENSON Richard T. Mattingly. One of JUDGE SETTLE ADMITS HE HAS 3. DISREGARDED A LAW IN FORCE FOR MORE THAN FORTY YEARS Judge Henson Makes A Red Hot Reply Showing That Opponent Is Not Eligible. only Cloverport's Oldest ResiThe Primary, coming Saturday August is near, ami while dents Died Tuesday Morn- everyone is interested in the issues brought about In the war. ing. Ten Children Survive. still all should take part in this election. We hav e a neighbor, Judge J. VY. Hen son, of Henderson County, who is ;i candidate Following are names of the BreckMr Richard Thomas Mattingly, for Judge of the Court of Appeals. enridge county boys who have one of the oldest residents of this His opponent. Judge Settle, practically admits he is not elitheir final call for military scr city died at his home in the East vice. Part of the drafted men left End at five o'clock Tuesday morning. gible to on account of having removed from the disMonday and the others will be called Mis death was caused from Rright's trict. Judge Settle tries to excuse himself in not observing the on succeeding dates until July 27. disease, from which he had been a law to retain his residence because he says same others have ioRobert Ivan Spencer constant sufferer for the past year That seems to be quite a lame excuse for a judge to William Rowland Barr morning he had a lated it. Last Wednesday A judge ought to observe the law if he expects others to Bennie Francway Tucker chill and from that be gradually grew make. Hugh Albright do so. If nominated, he may loose in a contest to a Republican. worse until the end. Clarence Quiggins The funeral service was held from Besides this, Judge Settle has been in office for the past twenty-siHubert Chester Smith the St. Rose church. Wednesday years and has drawn in salary about $110,000.00. That ought Ernest morning, followed by the interment Samuel Sands Elza J. Stone His , Joseph Ernest Payne Arthur Lesieur Miller Lennie Lampton Raymond W. Lyon Roma Basham Roy Harley Bassett Gordon Benjamine Earl Board Claud Shumate James Murray Beavin Spafford Payne Claude E. Cundiff Warnie Horsley Carl Francis Jarboe Villam H. Carman 1 hn Lewis Hickerson awford Tucker fity , W. Blair . ' Thomas Critcheloe Roscoe E. Deacon John H. Matthews Hilary Victor Beavin Joe David Moorman Willis Haynes James Robert Willis Luke Coombs Eli Lucas Preston Harl Burton James Jay Severs Lonzo Carlton Keys Spurgeon A. Argabright Lawrence Smith Wilbur Henry Ballman I. V. Jackson Noah Finley Vernie Gabrial Beavin Henry E. Wheatley Henry E. Haycraft Johnnie Sebastin Lester A. Comer Wavie Thomas Clark lrvin Huilcv John . Crrett EdwardMorrison William Ciceroe Wilson E. Dillon Payne Lafa Basham Simon M. Rowland Charles Lucas Clay Coiikright Frank Rebarker Hubert Ellis Dowell James E. Carman Jones Fletcher Butler Earl Harned Entertains for Miss Pate The Y. W. A. held its regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Ferry and at the conclusion of the program the members gave a social in honor of Miss Claudia Pate, Who leaves Thu rsday for Washington, D. C. THE FRAIZE I t WILL CASE The Fraize will case is being tried out in the Breckinridge Circuit Court this week. Judge Slack, of Owens-boris sitting in the case. There are a number of witnesses in the case and it will probably continue through the week. The style of the case is Fred W. Fraize and others vs. Mrs. Cornelia Warneld fraize. executrix of the will of her Riband, the late Frank Fraize. The attorneys for the contestants fare Ernest Woodward, of Louisville, ID C. Walls and John P. Haswell, Jr. ardinsburg, and Hobson James, f Elizabethtown. Attorneys (or the propounders are Mejcer, ot Hardinsburg, and o, ft) i:, 0 fnil LU of Louisville, is made up of the follow-Marshal- l, Lon Rhodes, Ikers, Sam Carden, J. T. Burn Dejarnette, Tom Rowland, Win. Norton, f. Clint Norton and Mar- - In a recent issue of this and other papers, my opponent, Judge Settle, published a signed statement in which he tries to get away from the effect of an opinion given out by a number of prominent lawyers in the v district that under the law he is not a resilient of the district, by slating that I inspired the lawyers to make the charge. The truth is a number of lawyers and laymen in the dis x trict have been discussing his ineligi bility for many weeks, and this is notably true of citizens of Warren Rev. J. S. to satisfy any man. in the Catholic cemetery. Let everybody come out and vote for our neighbor. Judge county, in which he claims to reside Henry said the last rites. Mr. Mattingly was the son of the Hensotr, who is one of the best judges in the state. He ought Judge Settle's signed statement was in answer to an article which recently late Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Matting- to carry this county by an ov erwhelming majority. appeared as a news item in the Hartly and was born and reared near ford Herald, giving an interview He was 77 years old in Apthe patriotic American farmer will with several prominent attorneys who ril. Mr. Mattingly was twice marsalute his Hag when he rises in the took the position that Judge Settle ried, his first wife having died a nummorning and will say and say it firmly was not a resident in the district and ber of years ago and the last Mrs. "I will this Fall sow all the wheat I was not eligible to as TO Mattingly died in the spring of IMS. can for WHEAT WILL WIN THE judge of the court of appeals. In an He is survived by ten children, all WAR." effort to show that he resides in the of whom are living in this place exThe Extension work district. Judge Settle, in his statecept two, Mrs. Dave Mattingly, of of the Kentucky State University has ment, says that he has voted in WarTell City, and Willie Mattingly in started a campaingn to increase the ren county, and by reason of this he Camp Zachary Taylor. The others Extension Work acerage of wheat in Kentucky this claims that he is a resident of that are: Mrs. Ed. Gregory, Mrs. Eugene Smith, Misses Ivy, Katie and Lizzie of The K S. U. Has Started Pall and Mr. Jas. Harth. the County county. He may have voted there, Agent, will have charge of the cam- but if he has, that does nut establish Mattingly; Messrs Hilary, Leo and A Campaign. Jas. Harth paign in this county. his legal residence. It is known by brothers, Alton Mattingly. Two everyone that many vote where they in Chairman appointed J. C. Mattingly, of this city and CharFell and Sprained Her Hip have no legal right to do so. A perlie Mattingly, of Hardinsburg. One Breckenridge. son's residence is not established by sister, Mrs. Rose Whitehouse of Mrs. Price Graham il suffering in- his vote, but on the contrary, he obA noted English statesman said tensely from a sprained hip and a tains a right to vote after he has had recently that if the people of Amer- dislocated thumb which she got from a fixed residence for a certain length Lived To Be 84 Years Old ica had failed to save this year that a fall late Friday afternoon. Mrs. of time. The facts are that Judge Graham was out in the yard feeding Settle and family sold their home in Big Spring, Ky., July 22 (Special) Knglaud and France would have been , compelled to withdraw from the fight her chicken-- when a hen Hew upon Warren county MMM fifteen years Mr. R. S. Dowell passed away at as a result the Allies would have her and as she stepped backward she ago and moVed out of this appellate his late residence July 14. after an ill- and the war. This demonstrates the fell on her left side, causing painful district to Frankfort and there they ness of five weeks. He leaves his lost bought a home and have resided there importance of wheat and teaches us injuries hut not serious ones. widow and five children, Malcolm and every moment since. The constithat WHEAT WILL WIN THE Clyde Dowell, Mrs. John Cook, of tution and laws of the state require Irvington, Mrs. Carroll Claycomb, of WAR. the judge to reside in the district, The government of the United High Plains and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins, but give him the right to remove States realizes that the two most imnear Louisville. with his family temporarily to Frankportant factors in winning the war The funeral services wasconducted fort, provided he files and causes to are men and food and so is drafting by the pastor of the deceased. Rev. be recorded in the county clerk's the best manhood of the country for From Camp Custer, Mich. E. P. Deacon, and the remains were office of both counties a written statein the trenches and is callaid to rest in the Methodist cemetery the service ling upon the farmers to produce the Dear Mother and all: I am send- ment showing that his removal to Mr. Dowell was H4 years of age and of food. There is ing you some pictures so you can see Frankfort was only temporary and had lived in this community all of his maximum amount no better way for farmers to answer how "your soldier boy looks. Casper that he retained his residence in the life. He will be greatly missed by this call for food than by sowing is still in quarantine, but he is get- county he moved from. Judge Settle all. this fall every acre to wheat that is ting as fat as a pig. I am sleeping in his statement admits that this lias possible and to sov it with such care on the springs of my cot tonight, been the law for more than forty MADE $176 FOR RED years, and he also admits that he has CROSS SfNCE APRIL. that it will yield a bountiful harvest. with my clothes on, but I am anxThe patriotic farmer will give no ious to get started. Casper is getting never complied with the law. He attempts to justify his action by saying Union Star, Ky., July 22. (Spec- thought to the price he will receive along fine and not worrying either. for his wheat but will think only ot We may be separated on train but that this law "has been largely disial) The ice cream supper given by regarded by officials of the state," bethe Union Star branch of the Ameri- the starving poor of Europe and our will be together when our division cause he says "this statute is merely Society on July 13, boys in the trenches who are fighting gets together, wherever we are gocan Red Cross our battles and who must be fed. ing. If we go to France, my buddie directory and not mandatory." In was quite successful in every way, Our boys are drafted into the army can talk French, but if to Italy, we my judgement this law is mandatory having realized $06. by the Government and the wages wont know what the dagoes are sayThis is the second supper given at for it provides that he SHALL file this place for the Red Cross. The they shall receive, which may be the ing. Don't worry about us, for it and have recorded a written stateGov- wont take the MtB Custer Division by the first one was in June and $56 was wages of death, are fixed ment showing that his removal was long to give them hell. cleared. Both amounts are in the ernment and the boys do not spend Norman Gregory. treasury and will be used at the call any time figuring whether they can afford to fight our battles for these you know I am getting along alright of the chapter. Mrs. Nannie Jarboe, of McCJuaiv, and stood my trip fine. We got in Last May $46 was contributed to wages. They know their country has the War Fund Drive, this sum being called them and they answer the call has received the following note from here about seven-thirtlast night. I like the looks of the camp the amount realized from a play giv- without complaint or reservation. her son. J. P. Jarboe, who is on achere fine. you to raise tive Your country is asking en in April. service with the British Ex- - Believe I will like it better than camp "My Own Dear Mother: I will Taylor. Altogether $17K has been raised as much wheat as possible and you figuring write you a few lines to let you know Mother, I got my box you sent and since this chapter was organized in will not spend any time April, outside of contributions and whether you can afford to grow I am O. K , and getting along fine. I sure did enjoy it. Those cakes were sure fine. Tell the Misses Kelmoney raised by work done by differ- wheat at the price fixed by the Gov- Hope you are all well. ernment. You should realise only My address is Co. E, 120 Inf., Am- lers' 1 sure did appreciate the cake ent members of the chapter. that your country has called you and erican Expeditionary Force via N. Y. they sent. The one you sent, of you will do your best for WHEAT Well, I will close for this time, so course, thought it was the best, it LANDED IN SAN FRANCISCO WILL WIN THE WAR. had a piece of answer soon with a long letter and came from Mama. No thought should be given to the tell Lillian to it for lunch as I came. One of our Y. write. Bernard Carter, of Co. 2, 2nd Inf. M. C. A. men passed by me as I took U. S. R., who has been in Honolulu, possibility of being unable to harvest From your son, GovernH. T., for the last two years, has the wheat next year for the J. P. Jarboe. the 'cake out for lunch and he said go to "By the way, that cake looks good, I landed in San Francisco with his ment will permit no wheat to company, enroute to parts unknown. waste but will find some means of Has Many Friends in This County will have to bum a bite." I gave him a piece and he said that was the finest Mr. Carter is trying to secure a providing laborers for the harvest. England has sent more than six cake he had tasted in a long time. leave of absence to come to Clover-por- t Ben H. Pate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tell everyone that put in the box, 1 and visit his mother, Mrs. Mad million men to fight her battles and S. Pate, of Boody, 111., and who sure was proud of everything it conge Carter, and sister, Miss Margaret in spite of this will harvest this Fall R. the largest wheat crop in her history. formerly lived in this county, is a tained. Carter, before he encamps again. What England has done America soldier boy who appreciates being reJimniie sent me a carton of cigarwill do. membered by the folks back home. ettes that came in pretty handy. Camping at Tar Springs Priv. Pate has written this letter to Every potriotic American citizen Well, mother, don't you and Papa salutes his Hag when he rises in the his parents who so kindly forwarded worry about me. I will get through Mrs. E. A. Blaine and two sons, morning and says "I will this day it to The Breckenridge News. alright. If I have to go to France, Billy and Arthur Blaine, of Lakeland, do my best to help win the war." Dear Father and Mother: I will go with as good will as any Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jackson and Will write you a few lines to let one that has ever gone If I can't From now until wheat sowing time, children, Carrie Mae, Forrest and get to come home, I don't care how Edward Jackson, Miss Carrie Tuck soon we cross. The sooner we get gild For er, Messrs. Beavin Tucker over, the sooner we get back. rest F'reeman, are spending this week have good officers and a nice Springs. They will do at the Tar hunch of boys in my Company. g in the springs light Don't know how long we will he here hotel. You and papa take care of yourselves and don't worry any more than you f the directors of the OOo and add a Trust Department. Kingswood Camp Meeting At a v can help. The least you worry, the B. Beginning July 24 and continuing Board of Directors: Luke Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, held on Reeves, W. S. Ball, A. R. Kincheloe, better it will be for all if us. So until August 4, the Rev. A. C. Zepp, of Indiana, an evangelist, will hold a July 32, 1818, they voted to increase j A. N. Skillman, A. C. Glasscock, J. write soon. With much love, your camp meeting at Kingswood, Ky. the capital stock from $25,000 to $33- - L. Mattingly and Huse Alexander. (Continued on page 4) STRENOUS EFFORT INCREASE WHEAT SUPPLY Ball-tow- With Home Boys In Service temporary, and this being so, Judge Settle is not eligible to and in this opinion am supported by a great number of the best lawyers in this district. This law ma have been "largely disregarded," as he says, and it certainly has been by him. but that is no answer. The law against bootlegging and many other crimes has unfortunately "been largely disregarded ;"the law requir-in- g deeds to be recorded in the clerk's office so as to protect the owners' title; the law requiring the filing of a certificate with the clerk within a certain time to enable one to get his name on the ballot and many other laws have been and are overlooked or disregarded, and many persons have been punished or sustained a loss by not observing them. Although a law may be disregarded by some, it is nevertheless a law, and is as solemnly binding on a judge as the humblest citizen. ByM though this law which provides how he must retain his residence in the district was only directory, as he contends, still he admits that he refused to obey it Why should a judge, especially of the highest court, refuse to observe any statute even though it may be only directory? By recent decisions of the court of which he is a member many persons have been denied a place on the ballot or have lost their office by not complying with laws much less mandatory in terms than this one. I am astonished at the position taken by him. Judge Settle lias been on the bench for about twenty-siyears, and has been paid in monthly salary about $110,000, so suppose he begins to feel that some of the laws as to him are "mere scraps of paper," and are only inent for the other fellow. He calls on his friends not to be disturbed, but I am sure the people and the Democrats of this district will not be thus paci fied, and nominate Judge Settle, who will almost certainly lose in a contest with a Republican after the November election, even though he should receive the majority of votes at said of the Republican lection. One candidates for this office has already stated that Judge Settle was not eli gible to the office. I shall not at this time notice tht insinuations made by him for they do not affect the issues involved. Independent of these questions, I feel that I will certainly win by a splendid majority, and especially so if my neighbors in this section will do what I they have every reason to believe am respectwill in supporting me H EN SON. JW fully yours. I x I I J ( Adv. RED CROSS CONCERT Thursday Evening, July 25, at The American Theater. Program to Consist of City's Best Musicians. up the wast scrap iron and steel of be given under the direction of Mrs. J. Proctor Keith and Miss Margaret Burn, has been fixed for Thursday evening, July 23, at the y 1 1 cert to FARMERS BANK American Theater, 7:45 o'clock. As previously announced the program for the concert will be composed of musical numbers by all of Cloverport's best musicians, and attractive patriotic drills by the younger girls. Miss Eloise Nolte, who has been studying violin at the Louisville Conservatory of Music for the last year and a half, will accompany the singers on the violin. After the expenses have been paid the proceeds of the concert will be donated to the Cloverport Red Cross chapter. Song Service at Colored Church The members of the choir in the colored Methodist church gave a song service Sunday afternoon at 9 o'clock. The program, which was well rendered, included sacred songs and several of the original plantation songs. The music was under direction of the pastor, Rev. Kellogg. 1 house-keepin- INCREASES CAPITAL STOCK SOLDIERS OF DEATH REFUSE TO LET THE ENEMY TAKE THEIR DEAD Each Slav With the Italian Army Has Sworn to Carry Off to the Italian Lines the Body of a Compatriot Killed in Action As Subjects of Austrian Emperor Death Is Only Thing in Store for Those Captured. of TtMtnn Amerl- - denth hy (he enemy or through their ) mn New" own hands, they hnve consecrated their In the Ttnllnn lives to the distant fatherland, from The Slav nrmy elect their own superiors If tlio which they hnve come to BgM In the most rigid teotn, ninl ttnis nri rr. atest cradle of nil llherly and nil of tin1 manhood of thi'lr ideals Italy, The Itnllnn soldiery nnil Eliminate Weak and Unfit. pic hnv taken kindly to them. Ttome, the BBalaat llirhl house of rlr-1t- y I they gad of liberty, hns substituted The first of the proofs of vnlor limited these new pompimlnin In nrms for (tnvp nre ndnilriihlo, to nimli'iil opcrntions In exploring ninl those of gggagg, These wnrrlors for or tin- freedom of their country hnve WWHMT by themselves ridding. found in the milks of our own combatuiili MaJJang Impi UMM nrrlvliiK from beyond HMBCNHi ants fraternity Mai sturdy faith. Thi titi V4 kept np tin- lire of patriotism mt fraternity, more tlinn common Meant the nnlor to llht. oml have fought for the redemption of their respective countries. Is cemented by the knowlwaft edge Bad vision of the real dltllciiltles Austria tins under arms nliont (wm.000 men, of whom there must be mnl the resolution and firmness of purFrom An nag pose of the new coinbiitants. IflOHflBO on the firing lino. Hem tin1 naaeaaaed rada, Bohemians, their own ranks on n spontaneous vote poles, Slovaks form tlio mnjorlly. The they have eliminated all about whose iiL'ltnfion nnionif HMM men taring at military vigor or enthusiasm there liberty. Independence or lit len-- t to could be any doubt, so that the rewithdraw from QWM or Mn'.'yar cruits represent the flower of the soldomlnntlon 1ms attained threatening diery of the oppressed nationalities, lirawn from the same country, speakforms, mid only extreme concession e ing the saiiv tongue. In the dally Inof equal rights will cntulon the timacy of their new tnllilnry life, they inlipilties of the empire. lit the have siib.leeled each other to volunturv officer The fV.ochn-Slovufront, who bring I heroism to innnifes-tntlon- s but Indexible tests. The results nre of their eonntry nn outsider confided only to their ofltccrs. "Titus itoea not please me. lie would does not perceive, sny Hint even more vIolerTt Bgttattoa will not llttlllll the not mi l e a good corporal. We do not desired revolution or nn ovi rthrow of want him." they sny. Thus, not of the thi' empire, heenuse there Is not the ancient military system of Austria I WttllBg for n stieresful spring elements of criticism which exfMltal clude the weak nnil unfit. The olllecrs revolt. must heed these verdicts, which, like People Are Held Down. UUUatry and In the vfltagM all collective Judgments, nrlse from n Tn tli full consensus of the Judges. the iremhirines gaatateM mnl the of the political The examination agents of (he sehnllz corps have tfMMltaf power over the few lu- - opinion is not less exacting for beserving carried out by fellow soldiers. A aaMtaata caewptod from ice. In the Mg cities the rllles mid Czech recruit who spoke his mother ameMaa u'uiis entrant tad to Mm sol- ton RUe well w as challenged by his COB diers of opposing mean cm he lai mi! patriots, "lie speaks our language well, but his heart is not Czech." they on revolutionists entity, us happened recently in Pfagae, where tfovMeri said. It was learned Unit during prowere put down pitilessly hy the most tracted business transactions in Viferocious enemies of the Czech, the. enna he hud lost the fierceness and Intrepidity of the Itohemtan character Hongartaae, However, the same steadfast pur- throngh daily contact with the Austrian authorities. pose CM he tef more troulih-oin- o nemy cmnp where Elect Own Officers. when found in tl This control has been fraught with Czechs and Slovaks nre present on the excellent results. Those who have surItalian front. nre vived the tests of the assembled Judges The Austrian commanders IganbHeea aaMlen of the political bare furnished the best war material eoiMposition of their own cffectlvi'S. and proved themselves dependable In "Politisch univerles-slech.- " military and moral affairs. Tin' numerous The ollieers are also elected by the nndesinihlos, nre political records, soldiers, who trust their leaders with registered on the nrmy earaa are Bannered blind faith, and give them the most identification rigid obedience mnl discipline. Smii t mnl always unions tin- loyal troo discipline the new soldiers of liberty to vigilant survcflhiiice. For n long time no delicate taah nre taught by their remembrance of tins aeea entrnated la t in 'in. 'mt the Imperial oppreaaloa to hold essential to the triumph of their cause. pin t of Room aaliaaalh'atli suppressed the reaaoaa for existing disputes witii rhe Bate neea In the eaiplre, It HORSE LING Ui ST APT IS luis alaa limaghl really a large nuin-he- r of "political an ipecta" over to the Quick to Recrond to Either French or Italian cmnp. American Command. The Anetrlnn military BBthorlties, The American horse Is an apt linlifter the p e of Koine, mcdilaloil new guist. restrict .ins and regulations to keep Sold overseas to the Trench from their troops From the contagion of con- America during the first three years of tact with Chef ho Mintage in the Itnl-n- a the war. he had to learn French to unThey rajoroasty suplirsi lines. derstand his new masters. Then sold pressed every sin of imresi ; they back to Americans for service with his redrew off from thi'lr battle Hues nil own army after the Called states an cruits of loheinimi, Slovak or Caeca tered the war. he had to learn English, nationality, hnl they soon atapped or rather American, all over again, shifting about and resorted to aan re Hundreds of these American horses panlahnMNita and shooting. Were bought from the Trench when However, nil tins could not bring flret forces from the Halted States anything hut endless anxiety to the tic taadedl The drivers were constantly Ail went to Austrian caawnandcra. in trouble, and at first couldn't undermnli nline the morale of the nrmy. stand the reason. mnl alienated mace mnl atore soldiers "I had a team out during u review," from the nntedecaa 'i parte of Italy said one driver, "and couldn't make Irreilent:i), especially when (Italia and every' 'em budge. 1 yelled, they hnve :i brother or n friend light- thing et.e at 'eta, gad they just sort of tag under tic itaHna Rag. looked arann like they thought I wna Swear Never to tie Taken. fooiNh. Then I renranshared thai I The repatriates of the Caotho Dloeah g frog amy hnve hern aatated already with heard 'alley,'yell 'alley' at bis hor.es, I yelled and a Way we went." brotherly love hy the population in the The horses now are a good deal like hy the zone of trar, i aperlnllj the Bold tor They'll respond to either tahaMtanta of the Tcaoto, who French or English rotnntanda, hnve the nni-- i recent mnl liveliest recollection of oppression and Hi" conCONSCIENCE MUSTS; ENLISTS vulsive it niggle for redemption, Tlie women of Verona offered them colors, Youth Under Age Fears War May End ii battle lag in the Boaeastag surmounted by I lion. The soldiers Before He Is Twenty-One- . recagataed the aaactlty of the sift mid Harvey Greer, aineteea, a native of swore nn onth Hint they would die Tennessee, is the kind of conscientious The for thnt eaeeteej of liberty, objector that the country Is proud of. woe not rhetorical und the "1 want to enlist," he told Sergeant aatb superfluous. II. II. Mergenthal of the United Sillies a The fine thai u waits these new recruiting station ut Ilia fine corps 1 mid Stockton, '('ill. tor tae IdeahJ of a oppreeaed country Is shown hy the "You're mighty young," replied Mer-geallltaiy rules of the Austrian hal. "Why do you want to enlist V" empire. They nr.- - nil suhjeets of the "llecalise my coiecienco hurts me," Bnperor Carl, mnl as such death la the replied young (Jreer. "I'm afraid the only thins 111 store for them If war may be over before 1 am twenty-one- . Then the hoys will come home Their word Is for that reason and ask me why I hadn't been in it, Neither iillve nor dead must ami I object conscientiously to having they fall into the hands of tl a no excuse to offer." agar, Brag the dead must he snatchlin er's name was soon allixed to the Kaeh one dotted line. ed from the oppressor. hns sworn to carry off to the Italian gUM - the body of u compatriot killed PROVES HER PATRIOTISM in action. In Ihc lust days. durliiK u reeonnolH-Baaa- tt a ahahaaahai fell close to the Soldier's Wife Cares for Children and Runs Farm. enemy lines. lira Inn u hot lire, the Mrs. Wllluir Hooper of Itellulre, Kan., explorers hurried to curry him off, tagftag thai in a aagU sortie the Auh- - wife of ii soldier, has two small children to look after and a small farm. trlaiiH ml Khl set the hody. These "soldi "is of death" know thut DaOBita the care of the children she it an aparatlon tails of igcceea theg has aiaatafi H aerea of corn, cares for Si head of cuttle and milks eight cows. III lis To the kill tin llls.lves. Liberty Lead aud death Inflicted hy the enemy She has bought u they peafec aairUle. rVbetiiet iiuouyh given S40 to the lted Croaa. BASEBALL IS NONESSENTIAL SUCH WAS THE DECISION NEWTON D. BAKER, SECRETARY OF WAR. OF j PIGCOMS IN WAR j 9 r Thl Sperll rnrrepnni1nr All Leagues al Game in Hun-nil.- May Mean the Closing Down of Death Blow to Nation- Wort or Fight Ruling Will Doubtless Result. Fresh Beef Travels on a Rapid Schedule Nliin rcpre-oentiitl- ve MMI - O.eeho-Slo-vnk- - suv-np- k f nitis-suliiii- tn WnslilnRton. nasehali i a Industry. and Ball players are hit hy the "work or fi(?ht" order: they must shift Into essential indusiries or lose such deferred classifications in the draft as they have received through dependencies and oilier reasons. Such was the dei lalon of Newton D. Maker. Secretary of War, In thr appeal of Edward Aln-- : mull, catcher of the Washington team of the American League. The decision is regarded in baseball circles as tantamount to tlie dishiindment of organized baseball for the duration of the war. While many hall players are beyond the draft ago, it Is said there are not enough to furnish the brand of baseball thi.l the major league pa trope deniaad, and baaagajfl nex: year probably will he furnished largely by leagues. However, the rush of baseball players to leagues similar to the Sieel In the .Middle West, and the shipbuilding Leagnee on both the laet and West coasts may give those leuguea teams of strength almost eiiual to the Class AA leaKues, or the Amori, an Association and the Pacific Coast I eagna and afford such territory fair bail playing. The Alnsmlth case went up to the Secretary on appeal from the local board in Division !i of the lie had been District of Columbia. III si i, previous nigral in to the "work or fight" order. The local hoard ordered him to appear to show cause why he should not be rec'.assilied and placed In Class 1. baeanaa of the naHis deferred ture of his OCCanatMn. claaalleatloa had been granted because of the dependency of his wile and child. l Wmmf-- JrgaWi wr Fresh beef for domestic mar- jJBBfcaiagaaaSgaW kets goes from stockyards to retail stores within a period of about two weeks. Although chilled, this meat is not frozen; hence it cannot be stored for a rise in price. A steer is dressed usually within twenty-fou- r hours after purchase by the packer. The beef is held in a cooler at the packing house, at a temperature a little above freezing, for about three days. 1 Pftaj& nfe? ' ' Kai2alga' I ' This American marine Is currying pigeons to the trenches to take messages buck to headquarter when nil oilier forms of coininuniL'ntlon are Interrupted. It is then loaded into a refrigerator car where a similar temperature is maintained, and is in transit to market on an average of about six days. GRIEFS CF MOTHERS Upon arrival at the branch distributing house, it is unloaded into a "cooler", and placed on sale. Swift & Company requires all beef to be sold during the week of arrival, and the average of sales is within five days. Letter to Woman Telling of Death of Son Is Epitome of TURKISH BARBER BEATEN UP Prisoners Maul Turk Who Uses Language Against President Wilson and United SUtes. Toledo. O - Ten prisoners in the central Station mauled Mohammed Detectives Takir into Insensibility. arrested Takir upon complaint that he had remarked in a restaurant that he was a graduate barber and would like to use the razor on President Wilson. Detectives who went with Takir to his room say that in their presence be blew kisses at a Turkish Hag on the wall, and said he wanted to join Ins seven brothers in the Turkish army. It was attar the prisoners heard this story that they beat hlBs, He was revived by police and turned .Mr to the Federal authorities. The manner In which Uncle Sum condoles mnl extends sympathy to the parents of the heroes who have met death on the Held of battle III France Is portrayed fittingly in a letter Mrs. John B. Kelly of New York received from Maj. Charles ('. Pierce, chief of the graves registration service, Amer-Ica- a expeditionary forces, telling bar of the location of the grave of her son, Private Rdward J. Kelly of Company, 168th Infantry, who was killed in action on March 7. "Were it not for the comfort that sorrowing people derive from such letters," wrote Major Pierce, "I would shrink from writing you at this time, because I know how heavy your heart moat he nnil how terrible it Is to get official letters thai confirm the tidings of death. 'it la wilii much sympathy and sorrow fhat I tun writing you, and yet yon will want to know thai somebody Is here In Franco whose business it is to care for the graves of our brave men who hnve given their lives In the defense of the world's liberty. "Your son. Edward J. Kelly, Is buri, American cemetery, led in grave it is the province Orolamare, France, Of this service to guard his grave and to see that, so far ;,s the conditions of war may permit, It may never be lost. "I had two years of similar service in the Philippines, and have come to Franca prepared to give my life if need be lor the guarding of the graves of our (lend mid currying out the scered desires of tlie heart ut home. "May Qod bless and comfort you in your great loss." Major Pierce's letter was supplemented by a communication from the war department in Washington which gave more specific details as to the locution of the grnve. Any delay along the above journey means deterioration in the meat and loss to the packer. - sub-Jee- Swift & Company, U. S. A. l Allied Blow Due in Fall. Washington. War Department offl- cials expect the real against the uermans to be launched later in the present year. This was dlactoaad to members of the House Military Committee by Qeneral March, Chief of Staff, who Indicated that the employ meal of ywrthty eight Aaaar leag divisions in the present double battle on the glgag hlaraa hhalma front would not affect mati rlally plans to hurl overwhelming man power into the great struggle to come. coiinter-ol'lensiv- PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS Having ready cash for sudden emergencies is possible unly when you have taved a part of your salary or wages. Start w ith a small deposit if recessarv. Increase it as you can and soon you will have a substantial interest-bearin- g account, and a feeling of safety, contentment, pride and independence. s. Safety Honesty Courtesy Service No Limit! i 'git-up- nu-cie- Hepi esentative John of Kentucky, Is planning to sail from an Atlantic port next' Tuesday to visit the battlo fronts la Fraaee and Italy. When Postmaster General Burleson invited him to take lie trip on a Government transport w ith a party of members of Congress, "How close can Laagley Inquired: we get to the front?'' "As close as your nerve will let you," was Burleson's reply. Washington. W. Laagley, l HRST STATE BAM(, w .i. PICtGOTT. Prisleeol .1. M. IIMtM UN, Vii'c-l'- n stss St .1. Irvington, Ky. C. PA VN K. Cashier J. It. LVI'liAN. Asm. Cashier ex-g- SOCIETY HUGHE'S CHILL TONIC PALATABLE wiir-rlar- gar-en- cap-lure- itflio-minio- Lest We Forget! Columbus. (). A new joli has been Wedding Supper given i lie school children who are They are a iling war savings stumps. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bolder wert to see that the pledges which were host and hostess to a delightful wedgiven in Jane art! carried out faithgiven at their home in fully. Stale War Savings Heaihiuar-tar- i ding slipper n lie W est Knd last W ednesday that the school Samlias agi can render the war saviiiKs move- evening in honor of their son, Mr. mies ment in Ohio a valuable service by Karl 1'ohlei, whose marriage to Miss te Meta IfcFarland arai lolooaniaed in Bonatantly reminding individuals Imy stamps to the amount of their Louisville July in. pledges. The guv .ts were invited to the house at ii::io endeeere there to meet All on Board May Be Saved. the bride ami gTOOM as they arrived DepartNavy WashiiiKton. The home from LouiaviUe that evening, ment received information that two taanualps which are proceeding to aunediately after Mr. and Mrs. Hoh-le- v had received congratulations, they in unnamed port, have aboard 1,151! diners and men of the United States with guests' were invited to the dig-injruisei San Diego. These are in additwo where a ' delicious room tion to tlie one otlicer and M men course supper was served. One small reported landed The men are table was served for the youngest aid to be In good condition, and so guests who included Kuby Misses far as know n none was injured. This, o lj l.uij,.v..l ui'i'iuinlM for nil on Wood and Helen Berry, Master Robert Berfy and Pmncaj Lee Gregory. board the cruiser. Seated at the other two tables were: Mr, and Mrs. 'Kail Bolder, Mr. British Sloop Is Sunk. A Hritish sloop was sunk and Mrs. Chas. Bolder. Mr. and Mrs. London by a submarine, says an Admiralty Jas. Tierney, Mr. and Mrs. C. (). Twelve of the crew dean, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ilotlious, inaounceineiit were the only survivors. Mr. and Mrs H. N. Wood and Mr. and Mis Sum llerry, Jr. Mesdames Starts For United States iirigadler Geueral J. B. Penner, Joe Morrison, Thus. A Cuban Port. Jose Marti, Cubau Secretary of War, Bolder. Wilbur Gregory, Fred May, Mrs. Sanford Gary and Mrs. W. F. baa departed for the United States. I I g h Better than Colomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic.) As well as a remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and Bilious 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, INCOftPONATIO PREPARED BY Louisville. Ky. i Misses Anna thi inopM boat "Shamrock" and had Starks. of Louisville, Mae Penner, Mary Jo Mattingly.Ag-ait- t a picnic, 1" the party were: Misses Mattingly. Mary Clark. Harry Addie afcGavOCk, Jane Lightfoot, Berry, Joe l Mnrriann and Hudson Louisa Weather holt, Emily and Mar wwcii ina leio, wcic 41 ljUursc oiciiuias, mcssi s. c.iui Motoring Party llabbage. Willie Seaton, forest U. The following young people vTeatbarhalt and James Fitch. Mi a motoring party to Tell City Elisabeth Skilhnan acted as chaperoi Thursday evening to attend the o "movies;" Misses Mary Jo MattingSix O'clock Dinner Mary Clark, ly, Agnita Mattingly, Mrs. Huuh Wood was hos Anna Mae Penncr and Miss Ruth O' Messrs. Har-r- at her home in the East llrvan, of Tobiiispoit Berry, Joe 1). Morrison, Jesse Hall or of Mis William Godda Hudson Bohler and Harry Dorst. Cincinnati, and Mrs. Jno. I o Jr., of Washington, D. Party on the Rocks laid for Mrs Wood. 1 1 1 .. iv,..: The nieiuhers of the youngjr set k ' 1.113. liaieoKt hiij. went to the rocks Friday evening on and Miss Mildred D. U Bohler. o coiu-poaed v ur on ENEMY BLINDED BETROTHAL OF THE JUNGLE E.-.r-.h VICTORY IN THREE "MAJOR BILLY" WELLBORN BY HIS OWN GAS Maiden and Intenoed Supposed to MediUte or, Advisability of Unior Before Ceremony. MONTHS. ASS RIS A. BONAR LAW A second beating of tomtoms thunlie barrio. dered through The bride ew Hun Weapon Proves to Be was coming! I town an avenue made Double-EdgeIN her by women of the tribe slowly ci'epl lie liny figure. It was draped oritish Statesman Says German in the softest eastern stall's; Jeweled Drue Will Fail: Then rriiy. anklets ao bangles tinkled IRE SORRY THEY STARTED IT A gauzy veil of wondrous workmanKriser Loses. ship swathes tha Hfuras but through it recognised ins vioved Capita.' I'iuurf Slowly she approached; fearfully she Concentrated Chemical la More Deadly LLOYD GEORGE LA0D3 YANKS to Tout Savages Than to Troopa on raised her eyes to the 11111:1 who awaited her, Florence I'ai u llo Stuart writes Whom It la Directed Remains ill St. Nil he, las. Haf little feet falActive In Vicinity Where Shell Extered, and i'aplla leaned heavily Ingll h Frcmier in Speech to Amer plodes for Long Period Huns Sufagainst the woman who supported her. Icr-Troops in France Says Huns fer Severely From Own Poison. Hut at that moment PtSSg gave a C If! Have Peace Any Day They StnUSgS whislle, three soil Holes of a Uow to American President. TTnn Ingenuity In producing pns with SainS bird floated over the barrio and which to overwhelm the enemy litis i'aplla became suddenly alive. Again London, July N. The coming blow lot always worked out ns Intended or tits Holes stole through the jungle. The 'III not be loss dangerous because of emil. wholly to the advantage of those bride threw buck her M it, ploying It. In the recent offensive the "The UWilling maid seems to have the time employed In preparing tot t:t It Is comforting to know that the forgotten her woe," said one scornful intensive gas shell bombardment with n n sponsible for the command of ii which the precedes his iiltneks woman to uuotuer. h allied an. has hud Occasionally unforeseen after IhS priestess comiaeiiccd the cere- rssRsH," AimIp lies are confident of the w Holier Law, chancelIt mony that was to lust all night. efforts upon the (iermiins tlieinselves. lor Of the exchequer, declared at a For the purpose of the offensive the was tilled with weird chants to which Inn ; to the delegates if the purlin enemy employs n shell containing I'apitu responded with renewed vigor. Itsry coiiimorcii.l conference. chemical, iffeeting first Hut her eyes furtively glanced toward a "it u Impossible to fursiiss the fn- the eyes und tlien the skin. It Is n spot near the carve sf the creek where re," he said, "hut I hcHeTS that the modification of the norinnl "tenr ens" a slender reed swayed unceasingly. ul hour of this war is upon us and shell, mill the usual distinctive odor Is the priestess Alter several hours very Met reduced, so that the gSS is led the way to the water ami Yiioch If in another three months our won BO strategic object, lot so eiislly detertecl. Men who sof- placed l'apita ill her gala vinla and their ramnnlgn will have failed ter from its efferis ore temporarily pushed her out Into the stream. He decisive failhllnded, ond close contact with the got into SAOther and the two boats' an It will, I hnVSi be ure. fumes produces on unpleasant skin nosed each other w hile the crowd showHermans possessed the most irritation. For the average case eight ered tbSCH with oils and perfumes. rfed military machine that ever exor ten days' hospital treatment Is When the command came to part, the 'i d btll the chancellor said he bonecessary, hut the gas Is neither fata! boats shot oil' in opposite directions, nor does it Inflict permanent injuries, A maiden and a bridegroom are each il vi thai w hen the history of the wur WIIS Wflttea it would be seen that for our men are not exposed to it long. Supposed to meditate, in Oriental fashhad made grmtor military misSo much for our side of the question. lie Advisability of the union be011 ion, lie IngflSj ceremony ; so read the takes than any othet power, New Weapon Two Edged. fore the stanced the submarine warfare which From the Hun point of view the Iyak marriage laws. bud brought the United states into the weapon has proved decidedly double v. ar. fie doubted whether Germany edged. This was especially the rnse AMERICANS' ONE GREAT IDEA Would get as much out of HttSStS 11s she on the Somme during the last offensive. ecied," he said The chemical was so concentrated that Nof spoke gratefully of The ebai It was markedly less volatile than the Happiness Has Principal Charm The People Are the Most Idealistic ericas help and alluded to the wonusual gas shell content, anil wherever derful organization In Milling Ameriand Imaginative. n shell exploded n considerable proporcan troops across the Atlantic. The tion of the charge impregnated the "The Americans are the most Ideal- I! l inens, he said, could now weigh he surrounding ground. The fumes susistic and imaginative people lu the advantages and disadvantages of their pended in the air dispersed fairly rapol d rtne campaign through them. world, and the most prosaic, because idly, hut the actual site of the exploCn Have Wilson Peace Now. sion remained virulently poisonous. In like Wordsworth, the most prosaic of Y'ith the American Army on the the usual way the spot where o gas poets, they believe in happiness, and British Front. July s. 1'ntll OsffUMlliy shell has lnirst Is dangerous for 4S happiness to them as to Wordsworth hours or so, hut this concentrated means 'mens BSUS In eorpore sano;' nccepts the conditions laid down by Pr 'slrleal Wilson she cannot have chemical remained active for a much every one ellieient in the tasks of modern life, the least heroic of doctrines. und she can have peace lomor- longer period. "1 met a young American poet, handr w If !h. accepts them. DuvM Uojrd The result was decidedly comic, for It was evidently one of the many little some, BJsd besides elated by winning Qejor ', the British premier, gave this things that the "grosser general slab" some prize or other for a poem, lie uei . to ill" American troops traln- a the British front niter he had 5 Omitted in Its calculations. The Hun said to me In bis arrogant way that of Ufa, Why. I Set them ut review. artillery lathered the allied positions poetry is a said, 'It Is life itself.' T don't agree f MHOJOO '. h arrival in I'ran with gSI shells in the most lavish manner. Every redoubt, support line, ruined with you.' was all he condescended to A cleric. :i soldiers hid made the lier- village and road center was plastered reply. This young man expressed the inaa smpsror realise that his defeat ns certain. The emperor, the pre- with Hie stuff. The great assault was American Idea. "I think the English dislike of theI id. had had many illusions rebranched and the allied line yielded ground. The Huns moved up and ories, etc., through their long history garding the war. (Hie of these was occupied it. Their bombardment had is because of their poeticul minds and :h:;t the new American troops would been miles deep; their advance was In their preoccupation with personality not he capable of meeting those of and i's freedom, lanjr, trained to t lie minute. proportion. "The taste for scenery has this adPremier Lloyd Oeorge reiterated by Their Own Gas. Pokoned Thousands of Hun troops poured vantage over the lasie for human na- fen "i;lly that lbs allies do not covet Vet a single yard of Qerman soil and do up Into the area, sat dow n ture; the heart is not bruised. nice scenery is never absurd as are not desire to dispossess Osiuiauj of for cover in virulently poiMued hell holes, billeted tlieinselves in abandon! d poor mortals, neither is there laughter her rightful Inheritance or the Qerman nor genial pity. We love scenery people of their legitimate rigius. hutments sprayed with their own gas Giad Yankees Are Allies. and only began to notice the effect principally because the feelings It creDuring the ates are tratiiilil and easily controlled The British prime minister stood in ahoiii six boon later! so that we can enjoy our full measure all automobile In the Center of Hie sliu- ai t ion our men had been exposed to dealing with human b roused Americans who have recently the fumes for a short period, but the of nature, the t cannot be the supe- landed la Prance, Dsslds him were Hons came and In their ignorance litrior person nor can he be proud." Viscount Milncr, the British secretary erally steeped themselves In It. Exhausted men lay down in the dusk From the Fetters of John Uutler of state for war, and William .Morris ground where the stuff had Yeats. Hugh 's, the Australian premier. .Mr. on dew-wLloyd Oeorge said in part: burst; they woke later to lind the About Cork. "(leneral: I desire to congratulate venom actually corroding their bodies you 011 being in command of such a through their clothes. Forward maA good, sound cork Is something chine gun units dm.- emplacements in worth taking care of and using prop- line body of men. When I see them I Innocent-lookin- g holes. Jwo erly. Never "waggle'' shell cork out of am glad they are on our side, not on hours later the men were wandering a bottle. That is the best way to the oilier. We are anxious that many about blind and screaming in their break or at least spring a crack in more thousands come actOSS the ocean. pain and terror. the cork. Iteiuove tin? cork with a The fact that you are here at all Is A day or two of wet weather seemed turning or twisting movement, always a source of great Joy to all of us. to clear the Infected areas; new troops in one direct only, 1. e., not o twist "At the same time it Is a MUMS of were marched up, the remnants of the one way and Iheu in the Opposite way. '.'lent disappointment to the kaiser, old divisions Withdrawn and the terror Hop! are lbs cork with the sans twist who never quite expected you. lie of their ow n gas hushed up and for- as w hen removing It. Never lay a cork was assured by his advisers thai Amergotten. Then came the biasing sun down on a dirty, splashed table. If It ica was so pacific there was aa dandrying up the clay and loam, healing must be laid down, stand it on Its ger nf her getting in. Of course n the earth surface Inches deep. The crown or top. For bottles containing mistake was committed, lie has gone latent poison awoke iiguin and for no ItqUldl in use, e. g., developers, etc., from folly to folly. His next illusion Apparent reason shelters and dugoins BttMh the cork to the bottle thus: WIS that even II you declared war you that had been safe and habitable for Pass crochet needle through the top could not get here. Ills advisers said days became deadly as puff udders. of the cork, and wilh Its aid draw the that all the ships would be sunk and The unsuspecting troops were over- end of a piece of line twine right there would be 110 means remaining whelmed. through the cork, and tie this sad of lo bring you across the sea. The Huns are sorry that they ever the string round the neck of the bottle, "Hut you are here, not a part of a Imstarted gas; still sorrier that they few thousands, hut a part so adjusting matters that the cork Just force uf proved it. Hut one can feel no pity fails to reach the table (1. e., bottom of a fori handrails of thousands, to for them. The effect on their morale of the bottle) when the cork mid tight for Jllslice and thr freedom of Is hud, for no man can tell now what string are free. This saves the rk the world. terror of their own sowing lurks In getting lest In" the darkroom. Chateau Thierry a Jolt. the ground that they occupy at the cost "Chateau Thierry opened the kaiof thousands of lives. ser's eyes to another mistake. Yosier-TRY A NKWS V A, T A I) l' )1 AY lay in Paris I saw your comrades who SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS f ought ai Chateau Thierry carrying theif Hag. And they curried It high, proud of the fact they hud not lowered it on lbs bstttsfMMs of liaiiipe. have talked to The French generals have expressed delight with the lighting qualities So the Americans. on the limbs or bndy kaiser's advisers and the kaiser realize should not be neglected. they have made another mistake. They quickly become ulcers and are hard to cure. "We are grateful that you are not lighting only lor America, not only for Frame, which has suffered more than any nation In tjie world has ever suffered; you are lighting for Hie liberties of the world, lu your faces alone we huve a source uf great hope. We sec there deleriiiiuatlou lo win and we arc cnnMenL It is sn excellent remedy to keep in the house for prompt use when accidents occur. Try it tor Cuts, Wounds, Sores. Galls, President Wilson Thursday uwde It Swellings, Chafed Skin, Sore Feet, Oak or Ivy Poisoning. It Is clear what we are lighting for. If the good for human or animal Mesh. Pi lie 25c, 50c aad SI per bailie. kaiser and his advisers will accept the conditions voiced by the president they JAS. r. BALLABD, Proprietor, ST. LOUIS, MO. ess bare panne with America, pears with Franco, peace with (ireat llrltalu, tomorrow "But he bus given no indication of d. I I I 11 11 11 double-purpose e I 11 1. I lier-mali- y . 1 . 11 1 11 111 11 1 COAL prepared to ship C;r lots of COfil t cnnstttiicrs itt Breckinridge county. 'flOU I'ltshcls is minimum quantity md i.jho maximum. Gel i permit from yottr covntjt Fuel Administrator ami hav. your banker K. yotir order and yon will prompt I J your coal. My price lor coal OVCf li screen ia fJS.Sfi per ton. f. o. !.. HaWCf ille. Ky. Mine weight prevail. If you can't use a ear. go in with your neighbor and yet your coal at whole salt price. I MM df-inc- h G. I W. NEWMAN Kentucky " a i: v ftor.s MJ "Major Billy" Wellborn, credited with greater knowledge of the details of the draft system than any other person, drew all hut a very few of the 1200 capsules used 111 the second draft. She Is ill CburgS of the information bureau in the provost marshal ollice. She Is known as "Hilly" by her friends, and (leneral CTOWdeT n'Cknsmed her ".Major Hilly." She Is shown holding the howl from which she drew the capsules. 1 Hawesville. WcVse mVJ WV)Wlftft J I LAND OWNERS. ATTENTION! yonr farm Jj WAR WHOOPING INDIAN CHASES If. for any reason, yorj have decided to soli 20 GERMANS this year Works So Fast That Even the Enemy Stops to Watch Crazed Redskin's Actions. One North Dakota Indian Is a match L'U Qerhntns, according to a letter received at Manilan. N. I., from Sergt. B, II. Tostevin, now in service ill Prance. The Indian is Charlie Rogers, Sioux of the Standing Itock and a member of the Behteanth Halted states Infantry, "Yntt ought to have seen that Indian the first time the Heche made a raid on our trenches." writes Sergeant Tostevin. "lie leaped oxer the parcpet. Swinging his old tide over his bead. He let out a yell that he had saved for years, and It was a genuine warwhoop by one of the people who made famous. "The Germans were pretty ( lose before we mixed, lingers, of course, had his gun loaded with live rounds, and his bayonet lived. After swinging his pun around his bed l a couple of times, ho brought It down to his shoulders und emptied bis shells at the enemy, swung It again, yelled and Jabbed, and used the butt of his gun to smash the skull of another. "I had my hands full all this time, hut the crazed Italian's actions were s so fast that we half watched him, It was ami we fellOWS alike. only a amaU fracas anyway.' The crazed Indian's actions terrorized the HUM and they beat it for their lives. "Kegel's never gilt a scratch. It was in fact very much a scrap, almost an exhibition. I never saw a nutn move so fast in my life, und I guess Hie Hermans hadn't either." ltogors Is now being utilized as a sniper, and Is enjoying himself picking olT enemy snipers, Sergeant Tostevin adds, and says that other Indians in the regiment are being used for scouting and patrol duty because of the natural Instinct which (its them for this kind of work. We are having more inquiries lor farm land than we can lake care t. List your farm l;oii( prices. if ... OF now is the time to list them with ns. m & you want to gel quick action and I for REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT BANK 11 d HARDINSBURG Hardinsburg, Ky. & TRUST CO. FOR SALE-- - DUROC SOWS For sale Six registered sow s, and :l years old. due to farrow in Aug, and Sept. Sows sired ly some of tlie most noted sires known to the breed. Some of these HOWS would lit in the sj (r seven hundred pound class if put in show condition and are all s pigs and re sold for no regular producers of few fall j. i lis. that will weigh 850 pounds fault. Also a and are the lest prospects ever bred. high-clasI tier-man- one-ma- Must lie sold at once and will lie sold worth the If yon are in the market for first-clabreedmoney. ing stock. oti are cordially invite d to inspect this slock before buvinsT' ss g, p. mm ,41 smi Haiuinsburg, Ky. ag0Haasfstasjngff4as.vst SEES SON Mother IN MOVIES Recognizes Boy Among Soldiers on March. "If you ever see a moving picture 3 camera while on the march, wave your if. arm. smile and say 'Hello, mamma!' I'erhaps I'll see It." was the parting injunction of .Mrs. 11. G. Hass of Atlanta, f!n to her son, Lieut. Arthur r.ass. be left thSSg for service "over there." Hceently Krtt llass, watching a screen show, suddenly screamed and Beard Brothers Will buy your hogs, cattle, sheep, wool, bacco and most anything else. Hogs received every day except Sunday. to- 3 u cried : "There lie Is; see him smile and look. I can hear him saying: 'Hello, mamma 1' " BEARD BROTHERS Hardinsburg, Ky. no Sht picture showed the Yankees marching smilingly down a long muddy road toward the trenches, when suddenly there came lino view Hie young lieutenant. Who waved his hand Jauntmother's Instructions. , The picture was continued several days In IhS hope of showing other boys. Dog Eats Stamps. A dog belonging to a Malvern (Ark.) postdruggist ate !?l worth of one-cen- t ily and his lips sieved as if obeying his 1 a CnrpG and W minds BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Heals Quickly ,0 D age stamps one day. The slaiupi bad been left on a desk by the dog's master. The dog's owner believes the dog's act was prompted by patriotism, the dog believing that the more stamps Uncle Sam sells the better for his business. Dogs Must Stay Horns. Dogs are forbidden to run at lufgi In ohchalis, Wash., at auy time through au ordiuauce passed by Ho city council because of many com plaluls of dogs lujurlng war gardens. We will sell at Public Auction all harness, horses anu1 wagons: Saturday, July 27tti ris, Of At Our Livery Barn, SteJphensport, K ., our livery I Horses 1 5 Double Sets Harness 3 1 3 Buggies Surrey 5ingle Sets Harness Drummer Wagon 6 Terms of Sale: All sums of $5 and over, on time; under $5, cash. months . Sola by all arusaTiU. Dan E. Baird, Auctioneer. MORGAN BROS. Stephens! xri, Ky. THE RRFXKENRIDGE JNO. D. NEWS McDaniels Miss Margaret Hhodts has returned home after a two week's visit to her brother, Thus. Rhodes, Leltchfield. Hsrry Storms and Miss Agnes Bowlds left last Monday for a few days stay at Wrayson Springs Miss Hertha Lennett after a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnester Bennett returned to her work Monday at the St. Joseph's Infirmary. Louisville. Miss Florence Khodes is teaching a good school at the Khodes school house With Home Boys In Service Continued from page 1) own little soldier bnv. lien H. Pate, Co. I, M Infantry. Camp Sherman, Chillicothe. Ohio Another From Norman Gregory Camp Mills. Long Island, New York. Dear Mother:-arrived here Sunday night and I had a tine trip. I was with the first section train carrying the officers, which I have been attached W e had our band along and don't on forget it. we had a time. hen we left Battle Creek, Mich., we went to Detroit and then our route was along Lake F.rie. through a part of Canada. Our first stop alter leaving, to limber up. was at St. Thomas, Onta. Here we met welcome, thousands with a royal crowded along the side walks to see us and everybody had a Canadian and American flag waving; post cards of scenes around St. Thomas, already stamped were handed out to all of us. At Buffalo, F.lmyria and Binghamton, X. Y.. we were given hearty receptions, but the biggest one we struck was at Scranton. Pa. Everybody was out cheering, autos screeching, bell ringing, tire department turned in all the alarms and, believe me, we did some fancy drills for the big welcome they gave us. From Scranton we cut across New Jersey to New York, arriving at Hohoken we were transferred to a Ferry boat and was taken around New York harbor to saw Long Island the statue of Liberty, vessels of all kinds in the harbor, the ISrooklyn and Eads bridge, and the sights that were unfurled to nie, made me glad to think that I was soon to sec greater sights than I ever thought would be my lot to see. Down near us is our a ratio It held and we boys need rubber necks as sometime :.'() or more can be seen up in the air doing alt kinds of stunts. As this is only a port for embarking, we have but little to do, and me and my chum are going to bunt up Casper and as my chum has been in New York and knows where all the big sights are. we are going up to take them in. Now don't worry about us; the risk is no more than in ordinary life and the sights we will see will more than overbalance the risk we take. Besides what will the slackers say when the victorious Sammies come inarching home, and ask "what did you do to help win the war?" Xix tor me, we are on to Berlin or bust. We BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. -- rsfk RES CLOVERPORT. KY., WEDNESDAY. JULY 24. 1918. EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $i 5" I ycir; 50c for 4 monthl! 75c for 6 months. BminCII Loctll I0 per Hm MM S for each additional insertion. rate of 10c per line. Cards of l"liauWs, over S line, chamd for Obituaries charftd for at the rate of it per line, money in advan. Examine the to&tl OH your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. . Miss Corlna ijulggins returntd to have finished reading your Cloverport after a pleasant two week's hand it to a triend who is not a visit to her grandparents, Mr. and III-COPY ot DHaWKBiniUinw subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. Mrs. JnJ. L. Khodes. She was arcom. by her uncle, Philip panied home Hhoi'es and cousin, T J Khodes for a NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: iie.t.j lien von TTEMIrtBER THE SUNDff OWE MEAL 1 ri-- Bfflff SSLSS VlltATIJM ONE MEAL two days stay. returned to Clover-por- t Saturday after a few days visit to his sister, Mrs. Jas Rhodes who has been real sick. ( Xui-- has M.ittingly t' t " ALLMEAL5 r - THURSDAY TDESM I ONE MEAL WHEATIXSS mm Mr. Jas Rhodes is improving of VEDRESDff WHEATS ALL MEALS AAA --J . 'n. I MILL ITEMS FARM AND STOCK. in Louisville. rheumatism. The infant child of Will Moore died Thursday and was buried Friday. A moonlight picnic was given here Saturday on Woosleys lawn for the benefit ot the Red Crsss. A large crowd attended. K.li Storms who has been III for some time is not improving. Mr. Philip Rhodes and sisters, Miss es Hertha and Christine Rhodes and were Deice, Miss Corine 'Juiggins given a suprise party by a crowd or twenty-fou- TAKE A PENCIL AND PUT DOWN WHERE EVERY CENT YOU WILL SEE HOW OF YOUR LAST MONEY WENT. MUCH WENT FOR EXTRAVAGANCES AND THINGS YOU REALLY DID NOT NEED. IF YOU PUT THIS MONEY IN OUR BANK, IN A YEAR IT WOULD MAKE A GOOD ROUND SUM. YOU KNOW YOU OUGHT TO. DO IT. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. r young people. HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 We Offer You llMNMINMMINMMMWVi Splendid Mrs. Chas. Keil and daughter, Annie Accepted for Officers Ixeil spent Wednesday aud Thursday Training Camp. Annie C refreshing shower visit with Mrs. John Bentley, who is now stationed last Monday and other relatives. at Lamp Taylor has been accepted for world ot good to the growing crops Mrs. Jim Seaton, Miss flora Mae the Central Training School for officers and human beings. Si aton and M. D. Seaton sp.nt last and will begin his course in about Last week was a busy week for far- week with Mrs. Seaton's mother, Mrs. tnree weeks. The school will be locat ed at either Camp Custer Mich. , or mers. They had all they could do Atk nson near Hardinsburg. Julius Hardin has returned home Camp Taylor Louisville. harvesting their hay. clover and oats Mr. Bently is the oklest son of Mr. and threshing wheat. The yield of after a few days visit with Mr. and and Mrs. Geo Bentlv of this city and wheat is not up to expectations but Mrs. Wick DeHaven, Kordsville. it is a good crop, splendid grain and Mrs. Sue 'ureal and daughter, Mrs. his friends are much pleased at his Hawesville weighing out well Hayes. Kn Id, Okla., are visiting Mrs selection for the place this section fell ill did a I remained tor a ourtney Babt.age and Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods Joe Mullen. The tobacco Clarion. crop issbowing up line Sam Smith and son, Krnv. Terra Children's Party. a little uneven but growing by leaps Haute, Ind., are visiting Mr. Smith's and hounds. Farmers generally, are mother, Mrs. Win Smith. Little Miss Henrietta ("nvervagt. of well pleased with it condition, torn Miss Mona Isom after an extended Henderson will be the guest of honor is in the tassel and the pumpkin is in v sit to her uncle and aunt, Mr. and at a party this afternoon from four to bloom and they are good to look upMrs. Dave Isom in Illinois returned six o'clock given by her aunt. Mrs. on. Thursday. Fred Whitehouse whom she is visiting. Miss Edna Nicholas is visiting in The hostess is arranging a series cf DoeHofl, of Dodsou Broth-W. N. S. Gregory. entertainments of a patriotic nature ers. hrymire. was at the County Seat Hawaeetlla Mrs. Viola Jackson and Hubert and each of the fifty little guests will Headquarters Co., IM Inf., .s." Die. last Thursday. He reports l.f.'T buflag. shels of wheat from hd acres . an av- Dduherty went to Dayton Saturday be favored with an American erage of bushels. They had one to see Mr. and Mrs Joe Simmons, Mr. Delicious ices and cakes will be served The Breckenridge Xews is in refield 01 HI acres that made .HIM bu- and Mrs. Arthur Daugherty and Miss at the conclusion of the games, ceipt of the Trench and Camp, a shels to the acre, a little over u'7 bu- Iva Wine. newspaper published at Camp Custer. shels to the acre. Mr. Dodson says Miss Maggie Taberling has gone to Battle Creek. Mich., sent by one of Sugar Certificate. crop conditions are good in bis sec- Louisville to see her grandmother, Mrs the home boys, Xorman S. Gregory. tion, lorn tobacco, clover a. id hay Vane Fate and Mr. Hate. Those wanting certificates to buy The editor of the Xews appreciates all good Mrs. Emma Laslie and her two sugar for canning purposes, who live being remembered in this manner by daughters, Mrs. J. Coomes and Mrs at and near Cloverport should apply to one of opr soldiers. Jeff Trent. Irvington. Uoute 1. re- Wordritl went to Holt Thursday for a Miss Elizabeth Skillman, Deputy ceived by express last week I two days visit to Mrs. Laslie's uncle, County Food Administrator, Cloverport Kdgewood George Harris and Mrs. Harris. heifers froM the RUN Ky. Any other information wanted farms, Whitewater, Mich. Mr. Trent can be secured either from or through Miss Frances Atwood and Miss makes a specialty ot Holstein cattle. her office. Mildred Atwood returned to their LODIBURG Merchants of the county who now home in Louisville Sunday after a Read i P, Maysey's ad in the hold or may receive, sugar certificates visit to their aunt, Mrs. I'orter At NWI this week He has something issued by me or my deputies for sugar Castle Dye and San ford Urashear, for canning purposes may forward wood and Mr. Atwood. good in the way of D tror's to olfer Mrs. Will Frank, who has been ill, Camp .achary Taylor were at home you. same to Food Administrator Sugar According to a Berlin paper, floi.r last Satuiday and Sunday visiting Division, Louisville, Ky., and they is slowly improving. Mr. Smith.of Maceo, was the guest is selling in Vienna at $4 ."ill a pound. their parents. will issue you certificates which en of J. H. Blythe, Wednesday. Spergeon Argarbright, I.onr.ie Keys titles you to buy sugar from your horse Mesh at 0JB.M a pound and other Waggoner returned home Will kinds of meats at f&TI a pound and Roscue Deacon left last Monday in like amount of canning sugar Tuesday night from Louisville after MeaK in middle class restaurants for the war, Koscoe and Lonnie had sokl Don't send any certificates a few days visit with relatives to leave their young wives, but such not filled out cost $:t. ."(). complete they will not be Miss Mildred fell llendrickson On last Monday ('resident Wilson is war. honored. K. R Compton, from a swing Sunday and broke h vetoed the agricultural appropriMrs. Soloman Hanks and County Food Administrator. three arm. ation bill because of the amendment children, Stepheusport visited her .Mis. Kalto W inchell and children RED CROSS AM WCO TOOTH PASTE fixing the mini mini orl.e ot wheat at sister, Mrs. Macv Sunday. An antiseptic refreshing paste, that were guests of her sister, Mrs. Fred Is'.'.W a bushel The .a lion ot the Misses Yauiie Decker, Eva Payne, Dutschke, at Holt, Saturday and Sun CleanI'residert w js based on the disap- Mary Kills Hardin, Carrie Kelm, leaves a delightful after-tastses the teeth without injuring the day. proval ot an by congress to Luella Black spent Saturday and enamel. The antiseptic properties aid Several from here went to Hardins take lon the foot! aetaiMiatrav'ofi Sunday the guests of Miss Belle in keeping the teeth and gums in a healthy condition. This and more than burg Friday to hear the Kiley trial. the rignt to fix prices. Norton. Miss Ida Waggoner is visiting her one hundred other Red Cross Remedies a Miss Annie Lee Hardin who hat and Toilet Preparations sold and guar- brother, C. B. Waggoner and M Judge Layman has certainly been been in St Louis only by for the past five years anteed Waggoner, in Stepheusport. good to the farmers serving on the A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. is now making $18 a week making Lewis Walker left Saturday for Jury this term of court. He has hats and caps for the soldiers. Logansport, Ind., for an indefinite managed and planned in every art) Frank Miller son of Mr. and Mrs, Miss Elizabeth Skillman stay with his sister, Mrs. Alle.i Klder not Ml keep them away from and Mr. Elder. their work when it was necessary for Warn Miller enlisted in the U. S. Deputy County Food army. Miss Virginia Alice Dav.s, of Lou them to be at home. The special H. B. Cox, Union Star visited hit Administrator. isville. is visiting Misses Oltie an.l session will close this week. Dora Waggoner. son, G. R. Cox Saturday. Mr. Cox is Mrs. Nobe Sahlie and little daube a slacker on your sub- Ij years old and gets around like a Don't Mist Klizabsth Skillman, of Cloverghter. Evelyn, were guests of Mr;.. Notice JrOttl label and see man of 50. scriptions port hat been appointed Deputy bow you stand. We can't help win Walker West shipped a young calf County Food Adtninittrator for Breck- Benedict Flder Tuesday. Miss Emilia Blythe entertained last this war without money any more to Louisville last week which brought inridge County, having received her Tuesday evening in honor of Priv. than I'ncle Sam As A. V. Whit-wort- him r'i yu clear of expenses. K appointment from H Compton Herman Waggoner, Camp 'Taylor, Mrs. Charlie Uruce and daughter, Federal Food Adminlttrator of Stepbensport. said in refor thlt newing his subscription, "this dollar Miss Jessie May returned home last county. Miss Skillman has been con- and Roy Cbapin, who left for Lexingand a half is worth more to you than Friday from Illinois where she had nected with the work of the Food ton Monday. Everett Miller, of 'Tell City, visited it is to me in my pocket, when owe been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lue Administration since it was first startA. Waggoner, Friyou" And this it absolutely true. Aldridgt and her son, Kddle Bruce. ed in this county and la thoroughly his sister, Mrs. J. day and Saturday. He will leave for money is no good to any nody. Idle Miss .una Avitt, Mystic visited familiar with her duties and the citiIt is only good when it moves or .Miss Dell Deacon last week. zens of Cloverport and vicinity and camp Tuesday. circulates. Every dollar that comes Miss Wilda Dowell, Illinois is the the county in general should feel Motored Here From Kirk. into our hands circulates guest of her grandparents, Mr. anil gratified in having ber service In this W. I'ate, llardinsburg. Route :i. Mrs. Hill Keys. work. Miss Agnes Jarboe, Miss Kather-in- e reports 47 acres of wheat that yielded Jarboe. Miss Irene McGary, Miss will teach the Chester At Home on Leave I bushels. Fox Gray, Irvington, Hazel Dell Skillman winter. Katherine Kennedy, Messrs. Dud and school thlt Route 1, 3 acres and 126 bushels Percy McGary, of Kirk, motored here r Mulhatteo, says there will be '. yield Fred I). Pierce, of the Radio Sunday afternoon with Priv. Edward widow's In this country after U. S. S. Kentucky, arrived Otto, Co. MfL Field Artillery, who Wonder how many persons remem- lue war. Joe, how many old maids partment, U. S. S. Kentucky, arrived returned to the West Point Artillery ber that last June was an exception will there be? York City on a fifteen days' leave of Range, after spending the week-en- d Mrs Mercer Batnam will teach the absence to visit his parents, Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGary, ally cold month fur the season of the Walnut Grove thlt winter. year? Mrt. R. B. Pierce, at "Rote Hill." of Kirk llol-stein Thrift Is Now a National Slogan The American people are They resent the waking up. charge that they are wasteful. Bank deposits all over the country are increasing by leaps and bounds. 0 Are you a depositor ? HITES 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. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Stop, One Minute! Bring your C hilled 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. M Oliver, job-Bi- s 5c; Hill Side Plow 2oc Bring your Repair Work I 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 Stepheusport. Ky. LY -- xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx Everything In BUILDING MATERIA' I 1 Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Roofing AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick lire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, General i,J.-wa- Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky BOAT SHELLS ISYOUR BANK DOING DUTY? Patriotic Citizens Should See EARL OF STANHOPE i That TOW OF BARGES HEWS ESCAPE IN RO ATS AFTER FOUR CRAFT ARE SUNK OFF CAPE COD. Prtlc;pt on Announcement is Shown. Attack Takes Place Only a Few Miles From the Naval Aviation Station C.'i.ithnm Seaplanes Attack Raider Women and Children Shelled. Orleans, Mass. A rine attacked the tug Perth Ambny, Of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, and her four barges three miles ofT this town on the southeastern elbow of Cape Cod. German subma- The land elded battle laMted DM hour The tug waR burned to the water's edge by shell fire, while the barges Lansford and No. 766, No. 4n:i and So. 74') were sunk by gunfire. The barges were bound from lor New York, and only DM was loaded, her cargo consisting of stone. Of the 41 persons, Including three women and seven children, on board, three nin Captain Charles Ainslle, of the Lunsfnrd, and John Holovich, and John Vltz. Austrian memlxrs of the tug crew, were wounded. Bolo-vlcprobably will lose an arm. Vilz had one hand blown off. These two were sent to the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Captain Ains lle was wounded in both arras by shrapnel and was treated at the summer home of Dr. J. Danforth Taylor, of Boston. The attack was witnessed by large crowds of natives and summer visitors who had flocked to the cape for the week-enseeking relief from the heat wave. All accounts agreed that the submarine's shooting was very bud. Her torpedo work was no better. According to Captain Ainslle. of the Lans-fordshe launched three torpedoes at the tug and all went wild. s The attack occurred only a from the naval aviation station at Chatham. Three seaplanes attack ed the raider with bombs, according to Rear Admiral Spencer S. Wood, commander of the First Naval District. The fire was returned, keeping the planes high. Finally, however, the submerged and was last ob- served heading south. one-half- Ml . The hanks throughout the Flghth Federal Reserve District are giving UnM nnd patriotic support In aid Ing In the flotation of United States Certificates of Indebtedness, millions of dollars of which are being subscribed by the Stake to pare the way for the Fourth liberty Loan Campaign A hands me participation HMDnte by the I ment has been Loan OllSllllSlllW. nnd one of thjaaa will be sent to each bank that subscribes for these Certificates of Indebtedness. This announcement will be prominently displayed by each participating bank. I'm ii n".nonncpment Is numbered, ''nd a careful check Is tgpt on all Fvery patriotic citizen who Is anxious to aid the (I vernment and r:in the war should look for this Ah-ert- Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm QlsnO.sn.Sy. I.l UltHTIfl. Directory of THE I HOWARD M. HOWARD SON. Pi.l,t, FARMS Prop. wmwrnnf, Polled Durham Cattle, Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Kara woa KWO Shorthorn Cattle Du roc Mofl 1 Ribbons l Past ive it Mats Pain can Hampshire Sheep , Dealer In Leal Tobacco VjICII ix lXail, - Ry. Mi Valley Home Stock Farm W.J OWES 4 SOW. Pioprldrri Beard BlOS. Hardinsburg. Dealers in In the bank where he - Hardinsb.irg, Ky.. Route Ky. 1 filou-cosie- r If It Is not seen, If SIMMS ll business. he rhotild inquire of the bank tin- reason for its absence. Poland China Hogs a Specialty; Polled Durham Cattle Live Stock and TobclCCO The Webster Stock Farm HIRST H CETiFiCATE PLAN U. S. IS EE3T ORCHARD HOME FARM , Conference. Washington. To discuss means of restricting the floating of fraudulent stock, the Capital Issues Committee has called a conference of Government agencies and others interested to be held here. Those invited to particl pate include the American Bankers' Advertising Associated Association. Clubs. American Newspaper Publishers' Association, War industries Board, Federal Reserve Board, Comptroller of the Currency Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Postoflice Department, Department of Justice and the Railroad, Food and Fuel AdministraAnti-Frau- tions. ' Sees Handwriting! Americans Geneva, Switzerland. are mentioned for the first time by the Arbeiter Zeitung, of Vienna. The paper .sserls the Americans have changed the situation for the Kntenle nations, not only in the political, but in the military phases of the conflict. The paper says: "There is no further doubt that there are a million Ameri-'canin France. The genius of Anity-icaorganization has obtained stupefying rwrttlts, Germany finds herself faced by three Powers whose combined population is three times greats n er than hers." German Propaganda Must Go. Washington. Under the auspices of the National Committee of Patriotic movement is Societies, a nation-widbeing inaugurated to stamp German propaganda out of American schools. The movement aims to make a nationwith wide survey of school the purpose of securing the adoption of those containing a higher note of patriotism. It alms to uncover and to eliminate the Insidious German propaganda which has so successfully found Its way into the school books and the schools of the country. e text-book- Negro Saved From Mob. St. Louis, Mo. The East St. Louli police force, in Its full strength, is on duty and city olflcials are taking such steps as they deem necessary to pre-erioting an outbreak of similar to the riots of last year, in which many negroes were killod and hundreds driven away from the city. They are closely guarding Joe John- son, 26 yoars old, a negro who was rescued from a mob of more than a hundred Deonle early in the evening by the prompt and unfearing actiou of anti-negr- Tii.' Knrl m stanhope, a ha fen he i witii the English forces nt tin' front. Is the man Who ninile the stnt Secretary of the Treasury William before th house of birds. In sub"The 'r. in h hold tlie'r O. McAdoo has made mi appeal to all stance: Irene lies bankers, whether or not Ihey be mem gunfire. by the If wumlcrful TJVmm. The French system Is expenbors of the Federal Reserve Ha.ik, to sive in ammunition j ours Is expensive Certifibuy United States Treasury Never before bus the truth cates of Indebtedness up to 214 per in llvi s." so tersely. ent of their total resources f r each been iohl issue. The bankers are requested to make an intention to do to, Because he will this calculation not on tiie Rgurefl not do so Is the very reason we all shown in the latest published state-i.ent- . are fighting. but on the footings made on the "What are we here for? Not be day the .lbscript ion is placed. cause We i. vet a siiiL'le yard of Ger-The Cert ilieates of Indebtedness are man soil. Not hem MM WSJ desire to offered only to bankers. They will be dispossess Gernmny of her Inheritance. ITered until the open- Not because we desire to deprive the ing of thl Fourth Liberty Loan Cam- German people of their legitimate paign. They draw 4'4 per cent interrights. are lighting for the great est. They constitute commercial principles laid down by President Wilof the very hignest order the son." obligation of a borrower supreme in integrity and resources a security available for rediscount, salable in the market, security for Government tie MAJOR MJICHEL KILLED posits, an asset which is a compliment to the conservation and patriotism of New York Former Mayor Dead in its owner. Kach bank taking its share of the Air Accitfoit. Certificates of Indebtedness will have prominently displayed an official announcement, numbered, showing this Single-Ssatefact. Patriotic men and women should Falls 600 Feet Frcm Scout Plane and Meets demand their bankers to show this Instant Death. participation announcement, and insist upon it. Lk Charles. Li.. July H. MnJ. Mltchtt, former mayor BANKERS ARE PATRIOTIC John Pnrrojr mmI of Xi'w York un otBcer in the nvi- Bttoa section of the signal POfpS, M ;i Are Proving Their Loyalty in Aiding killed Instantly at Centner field when Government to Finance he foil from i alntlh aratml scoui height of ahoal ;i i feet. plane ut the War. The accident OCCUfred ut ":.'!( a. n.. after the aviator had hen in the air The splendid spirit of patriotism :;n minutes. manifested by the bankers throughout about Major Mliehel became ii Hyer for the Eighth Federal Reserve District n previous Liberty Loan Campaigns the iiiniy after having been uVfMtti'd as BKtyor of is boing more than maintained in the lust full for preliminary campaign for the Fourth New York, He Iniil served mi.' term Loan that begun June 25, when the lis the Chief executive of the country's first series of $750,000,000 of United HCgeal ily, the youngest mayor' ever I n July tfl next States Treasury Certificates of Indebt- elect, to that office, thirty-ninhe WOUM have been jraura edness was offered to the banks. No more patriotic and intelligent old. Ma.)' r Mitehel went Info nriiiy servbody of men than the men comprising the banking element exists anywhere. ice with previous military trnlalM, They make a deep study of finance. bttvtna taken the course al PtattabOfgh They watched the mistakes made by while he wai mayor, Upon Joining the Germany and our Allies in financing aviation corps he was transferred to 'lie war, and they do not hesitate to San DtegO, Oil., where, after success. place the stamp of approval on the fully covering the cadet (Mining, he llyer. He was methods adopted by the United ItatM became a f Government to avoid repetition of the frequently luentioie il as having' shown nun unl daring. mistakes. This plan of Certificates of Indebtedness spread: out the demand that ASKS PHYSICAL EXAMINATION will be made this fall on the country at large for the Fourth Loan, and the General Crowder Orders Draft Boards money that is realized from raw mateto Have 1918 Men Ready rials and labor will go through the in August. channels of commerce and return to the country for reinvestment this fall. Washington. July S. Slate draft exThe certificates form the basis for ecutives were directed by Provost system of credits which will relieve Marsha General Crowder to have a the country of a great strain it would local boards call up for physical examexperience if the certificate plan had ination Immediately all new regisnot been adopted. trants under the selective draft law who have been placed In ('las-- . 1. Is-tric- t and local hoards and medical adCAMPAIGN PRELIMINARY visory boards will be instructed to speed their work so as to have the Eighth District Bankers Absorb First 1 men available lor cull to thf Offering of Certificates of colors In AttgUit. : i semi-monthlpa-nem e new-Clas- Treasury Certificates edness Holiest Form mercial Paper. of IndebtCom- 0. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor NORTON. Owntr hhkkiikr of Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and. Feeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs, Hardiiisburjr. ky.. Route 2 Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. C. Y. ROBERTSON, HardlSbur. MALM High-Cla- ss IN Ky. Thos. O'Donoghue Polled Durham Po-- JT ; Do rV IV dl IT and Shorthorn Cattle. Horses, Mules, land China Hogs and Plymouth Fin. saddle and HarneM amm orses. Route will PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABI.IS Hardinsburg. Ky., 1 1 P I .HJiln " Lyaaan M Dlnra V lLC I Farmer and Feeder 1 Irvington. Ky. "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE" aa6laa9BBBKf TO THE PUBLIC: ImHHafflaWHSw i arc telling privately at a very low price the wagons, buggies and harness at the livery barn, and earnestly solicit your VVt p tri mage. C arc also anxious to rent a part ol ur stable to the right man to engage in Livery. Tliis would be the most profitable business in Hardinsburg t r the atnounl invested. ROBERTSON-HOWAR- D MULE CO. Ky. Hardinsburg. WHERE BITES ARE TREATED .......sj:;.-:- ; Mission Dispensaries Cure Many Africans Who Sustain All Manner of Dangerous Injuries. Africans go to the mission dispensaries to he cured of bites from all kinds of animals, and i large number of them are cured. The commonest bites are from snakes, say a writer In IrUumhoBW are in World Outlook. IS to 20 varieties of poisonous snakes, some very deadly, whoso bites mean a SjSjM for life. Hyenas kill or carry Off hundreds of children each year, and most of those who are rescued have terrible scalp wounds, as ibe hyena carries a child by the head, Other biting pests of ,he reglog are lions, from whom few escape alive; scorpions, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXX)0KX:XX I Cash or on time 500 Stock ewes all native sheep I I BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg, Ky. Ixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi BEWLEYVILLE I'hilpot, were called to the bedside of Mrs. PMtSOt's mother, Mrs. T. J. Triplatt, who was saricuisly ill. Mrs. Henry Hardaway. Mrs lames larda,ay and Mr and Mrs I, sic I Indebtedness. U. S. PATROL RESCUES 700 Bankers throughout the Eighth Federal Reserve District are entering American Boat Saves Canadian Troops heartily in the Government's plan to When Steamer City of Vienna United dispose of the $750,000,000 la Wrecked. States Treasury Certificates of Indobt edness. I'.oston, July s. The rescue by nil The quotu for the St. Louis District American patrol boat ot TOO troops 25. Similar from the Canadian troop ship City ot is $30,000,000, Issued June offerings o' fae cert ideates, not to exVienna, wrecked off the Atlantic const, ceed eight issues, will be made every :is I, ported haft. The American bout two weeks until the Fourth Liberty ran through a thick fog to reach the Then these shun Loan Campaign. City Off Vienna, which went down soon term certitlcatea, maturing October Mfter all hands bad been taken off. may be turned iu for the long-ter24, Liberty Bonds. FOR $2.40 WHEAT By the banks taking the certificates VOTES at each offering, the muney goes into the hands of the Government, it la House in Effort to Break Deadlock Over Increase of Miniexpended for raw materials and for mum Price. labor, is thrown back into the channels of commerce and may be uaed Washington, July s. In an effort to over and over, and the people not made to feel the drain that would be tiring the deadlock over the senate profait if the entire amount were raised posal to Increase the government's minimum guaranteed wheat price of at one time. the house adopted, by a vole of The Certificates it Indebtedness plan will relieve the Liberty Loan 130 to UNI, u resolution by RepresentaCampaign to a large extent and make tive McLaughlin of Michigan to muse the price $2 .40. iU success all the easier Patrolman Perry Frost. Honors. Amsterdam. The death of Quentin Roosevelt Is confirmed by a press lyessage from the front, according to a Berlin dispatch received here. The message adds that young Roosevelt was burled with military honors by the Germans. Mine Works Collapse. Buried With Military Johannesburg, South Africa. Tan aarth shocks occurred in this region. They caused the collapse of the mine Damage and casualties are works. mot determined. very poisonous ami fond of getting Into beds; hypo Hies, large llles thai in biting take huge pieces of test ami cause great swellings; sharks, of which the buy Is lull. lint the most common, bite nnil Mrs. (i. A. h'ootc lias returned seemingly the hardest to lied, is the human bit. The Africuns when tiny bOSBS alter a visit to her daughter. Mr- - John I'irchcr and Mr. liirchcr. get I. Jgry use their teeth to good There Is scarcely a mornMis. James Dunn and children. ing that several do not come to the Jamas, Jr., and Dorothy Nell Dunn, dispensary. One hoy had bis lower of Akron, Ohio, arc the guests of lip bit off, and lor him a ikw tip Mr. Dunn's parents, Mr. and Mis was ramie. C H Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Kliucr Schoppcuhoist. Karl Haulaway, Katie Hardaway and Wcm.Hi Suilrage. It was In the early days of the ad- K ii t It Starks, of Louisville, motored vanced movement of woman suffrage, to :. I'. Ilardaway's for dinner Suns, s ,in HXChanga, when by the mag-l- - day. ii ale's orders a number of "enthusMrs. l.ec l.ockard and daughter. iasts" went to llolloway Jail. AOMMg Elisabeth l.ockard, of I haiupaigu. ttMB Wai u most excellent charwoman III., are visiting rclalics here. who was employed ut Clement's inn. Mis Ola Wcatherford and childA sympathetic meeting was held on their release, al which the chairman ren, of I lamed, arc visiting her lather spoke lu eloquent terms. "Here you Abel (iilliuwater ami Mrs. (iillin-watt-have," he remarked, "u hagf of tats , wmu ci.tely nurtured, eiirnest-inlndeiMiss Virginia West, of Louisville, en who, for some trilling Infraction of the HtWi ilml themselves condctuned to is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. U. Marcuts prison, and there for the first tliuo shall after a visit to her graiul-p.Mr and Mrs. ThOI I'.iyiic. in their Uvea" ".Beg purdon, sir, for Interrupting," Kri t url lillcd Kcv Knglish's apsaid the charwoman, jumping up hasti- pointment here, Kev. Kuglish baying ly, "but I think I ought to tell you that sickness m lus faniily I did once get seven days for banging Mr. and Mrs. Carl i'hilpot and my old man ou the noae I" children, Susie Thomas and Alline i ) n day. i Mr and Mrs, J. 1) Morton and sons JamSf Hayes Morton and (.latenca Morton, of Louisville. Mr ami Mrs. J. Hardaway, .Jr., of. ShephardtviUa, motored , to. C, A ilardaway's Sya Strothcr Stith and children. rank Hayes and Itessic Irene Stith, of Sbcphei dsville. and Mr and Mrs. Z. T. Stith, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ii. R. ComptOO Sunday. U M. Stith, of Louisville spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Stith (j. K t'oinptoii. Z. T. Stith and (.'has McCoy spent Friday in Louis- illc on business Mcsdaines S. J. McCoy and Wade Drury spent Thursday with Mrs. l och Trent near Irvington. Virginia Dare and Mildred tain Walkei have joined their sister, Mary Klizabeth, and are visiting their Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker. . grand-parent- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS """" T L mother, Mra. Mattmglv. Glan Dean Mra. J. F. Vogel entertain. ,1 at o'clock. carda Wednesday afternoon K MIionarr Mrs. O. T McCoy, Loultvillt it The Harncd Baptist Society had an all day meeting with vitltiDR her mother, Mr. G. L. Bandy Smith latt Saturday. Mn. and Mr. Bandy. RAY LEWIS HEYSER, A. B. SKILLM AN, Dutchke aod little M i Mix Mabel Adkina entertained at a Mn. Hrly, (iOuiiTllla art tha guest of handkerchief thower and .00 party CONTENTMENT SERVICE THE BANK OF SECURITY. Monelay afternoon complimentary to ralalivaa in and near town. ShanfT-i- . II Carman want to Chilli-cothMn r. i.ibeth Cooper, Oweniboro Ohio, latt weak to witnaaa in a Lon Cowley spent lait week in Wt WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN court marthall caaa. Point and Louttvslle. Supt J. R Maador and Mrs. Maador Mrs Essie Handy ha purchased a ware in Louisville last waek hopplng. new Chevrolet, Mra. Heitou Drukall apant Tuesday Mr J. T. Johoon and Mis Francis 1 in Clovrport aa the guaat of Mra. Johnson, Louisville ipent the week end I. li kin CibSiHt with her mother, Mr T. N. McGloth Miss Rosa llriskrl and Susie Squira lan wno accompanied her home Insure your tobacco with W. C. HOORMAN in have returned from Clovarport whare Mrs. Ab Newman, Carlo, III , Mrs. thev lan bean the guets ot .lr. Harry Major, Akron, Ohio and Mrs Larkin Qibaon Perry Weaver and chiloren, Louie Life of Fire, All Mrs Thjrman lrana and daughter ville will arrive this week to compose have returned to Louisville after a a house party at the home of their : : McDavia. parent, Mr. and Mra. Bate Washvisit with Mr. Miss Judith E'len Beard has return ington ed froui a stay in Oawsun Springs, a Louisville was a W. K. Hensley, visit to friend in Central City and visitor at the home of Mr. Adelle J. W.French was in Louisville last q on HOC Llvermore. ConnilT Sunday week. Willard Driskell is the guaat of his home from Misa Viula Lewis Miss Nettie Mae Unser, Owensboro father, Mr. Andrew Driskell. Uuswell, N. M. was the guest of her uncle, Mr. C. A Mr. C E. Harwell, Louisville was Mr. R. A. Crider. Louisville I the Tinius aod Mrs. Tinius last week. in town last week guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowell There will be an ice cream supper next Mr. and Mrs. C, V. Kobertton have Mis Nell Smith entertained a num- Saturday evening at the school house returned from a visit in Lonlsville set Saturday for the benefit of the Red Cros. ber of the younger Mrs Krcd Basham and daughter evening in honor of her brother, Harry Special music will be furnished. hava gone to Owensboro for a visit to Smith, Akron, O. Mr. and Mrs. ('. A. Tinius with their relatives Miss Margaret Beauchamp, Louis guest. Miss Nettie Mae I' user and Mr. Miss Florence Akers has gone to ville will arrive this week to viit her Wm Gilbert motored to New Bethel Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Webstar to be the guest of relatives. aunt, Mis Mary Henry. Taylor Basham in the afternoon they Robert Mattingly is spending his Mis Evelyn Gros, Bewleyville One lot Ladies' and Misses' as vacation with relatives near Stephens-port- . visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Marshall. accompained Miss Unser as far Hawesville on her way to her home in Mr. and Mr. Jake Mormon enterOwensboro. 1800 YARDS Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and tained a number of friend at dinner Mrs. A. M. Harrel and daughter, daughter, Miss Georgia Mc have re- Sunday in honor of Edward Morrison DUNDEE 28 INCH PERCALE turned from Stephensport where they who has been called to Camp Zachary Miss Liucile, Cloverport were guests of Mrs L. D. Fox Wednesday. L. D Taylor. were the gueats of Mr. and Mrs whites, potenti kids and heavy Jack Garrett left Sunday for H.ttd Fox. W. J. Piggott Thanks are due Mr leather H M. Beard has returned from a and Miss Julia Lyon for the Patriotic insburg thence to Camp Zachary Taylor This is a good quality and the price business trip to Lexington. rendered at the Methodist Monday. services Mr. Halliebush is at the Bennett Mrs. Mary Catharine Stumm has church Sunday A. M. A large and is less than a standard calico could returned to her home In Madisonvjlle appreciative audience was prosent. House this week prizing aud shipping A beautiful comunity flat was tobacco bought from Schopp, Cook he sold for today. This item should service after a visit with her grandmother, unfurled by the Supt W. J. Piggott. & Co. Mrs. Margaret May. Price, Bargain Table off regular interest mothers who have school flag which contained twenty Misses Virginia and Mildred Walker For this four blue stars and una gold star, Accepts Position dresses to huv. this lot center aisle. are in Kewleyville visiting their grand thanks are due Mrs. J. C. Payne. father, Dr Walker and family. In Washington James Skillm.m has enlisted in the Hi C. Thurm.m. Furdsville lias been Navy. He is spending this week iu the gtiHst of Henry Hall Miss Claudia I'atc leaves ThursLouisville and will leave Saturday fur day for Washington. D. C. where One lot Men's Paul Chambliss, New York is the Great Lakes Naval Station. she has accepted a position in the guest of his mother, Mrs. Mary Adjutant General's office, doing cleriChambliss When you have backache tluliver or kid- HARDINSBURG " BRECKINRIDGE-BANPresident OF CLOVERPORT Acting Cashier 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits W HAIL INSURANCE kinds OIM THE HENRY CLAY; THE PIONEER HAIL COMPANY Insurance. Lightning, Tornado, and Casualty W. C. MOORMAN : Hardinsburg, Ky. 5lg i SPECIALS For July or Until Sold 1 ir Extra 26 Special OXFORDS cents 25 per cent Mrs W T. Gregory has for a gone to neys arc sure to their farm near Carfi.ld Mrs H M Beard Is Mrs. Allen Kdeliu and Mr. Edehn and at their home ne;r H rrodburg. Miss tattler Meador, Louisyille is the guest of her sister, Mrs Franklin Kincheloe mil Mr. Km in .e Mrs. Chas Waggoner and daughter, Ust Lewis Ditto and sister, Miss Kosa Miss Jane were in Clovorpoit Lou Ditto spent Saturdap in Louis-vill- a Monday. W, C. Blaine. Lakeland, Fla., joined Lee llishup, Miss Anna Lee his mother and b other here Monday Mrs. Bishop and Thomas Bishop have gone and will remain through the surumtr. A'. G. Barbee returned Friday from a o St. Louis and other points in Mis souri tovi-.l- t relatives until the first visit to Henderson, Owensboro and Hehbardsville. of September VV. C. Cashman who has been suilei-in- g Mrs. J Whitworth spent Saturday in Louisville shopping. from rheumatism is in Owensboro Paul Compton made a business trip for treatment. to Louisville Thursday. Huber jLlilbert, Louisville was the Miss Bessie Watlington, Woodrow guest Sunday of his aunt, Mrs. Richard was the week end guest of her parents McAfee Jr., who is ill. Master Gilbert McAfee Mr. and Mrs. Nat Watlington. visiting The Social Six, Misses Pauline relatives in Louisville. Compton, I'm hue Moorman, Grace Miss Ida Waggoner, Topeka, Kans. and Geneviie Brown, Alice Meador is visiting htr brother, Mr. Chas Wagand Catherine Kincheloe were the goner and Mrs. Waggoner. guests of the Boy Scouts at Falls of Win Chi Uii i and children, OwensRough Thursday and Friday. boro were here Friday, the children Mrs Paul Compton and Miss Char- will visit their grandparents. Mr. and lotte ComiKoo were the guest of Mr. Mrs. A. N. McCoy Union Star. Jeate Macy near Gartield Friday. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Dutschke and About sixty men left hare Monday family and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Shell-ma- n were Sunday guests of Mr. and morning for Camp Zachary Taylor. Mrs. Fred Dutschke at Holt. Mrs. Richard Cox returned to her IRVINGTON home in Union Star Thursday after a visit with Mr. O. C. Shell man. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Ida Morris and daughter, Miss Harrison Alhcraft, Khodelia vlaited Mr and Mrs. J. W. Miunie were in Lloverport Saturday the guests of Mrs. Bill Hall. Ater laat weak. Miss Myra Rollins with her guests Dr. and. Mra. W. It. Taylor motored Misses Georgia and Clora Dooley are to t'odgentvitle for the waek end. Miaa Margaret Jolly, Chicago ia the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dooley near Hardinsburg. gucat of Mr. and Mr. W. J. I'iggott. visit. the gurst of be out of gear. Try San-ol- . it does wonders for the liver, kidneys and convince Madder. A trial .0c bottle will (let it at the drug store. you.. cal work. Miss I'ate took the Civil Service LOW SHOES white and I Pepperall Sheeting Special 4 STEPHENSPORT examination last spring and passed, making a splendid average. Through the efforts of Col. Ben Johnson she received her appointment within a short while. Miss Fate is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. C. Fate, and is one of the most popular young ladies in this, her home town. containing blacks at 10-- 4 unbleached, per yd.,... unbleached, per yd 58c 68c 25 per cent See our bargain off regular price. HARINhD Bev. Johnston filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday. School is progressing nicelv under the managerarnl of Miss Maude Smith as principal and Miss Lillian May as- table, front grocery side. Island Cotton $2: This is a much better cotton than Hoosier; sold only in 25 yard pieces at this price of 25c per yard. 25 yds.. Sea B. F. BEARD & CO. I sistant teacher. Boone Allen, San Francisco, Ot., who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen returned to Carqp Monday. He was accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. Allen who spent a few days with their son, Tom Allen and family, Louisville. J. M. Crume has accepted the position as R. R. agent here. The Baptist Missionary Society met Saturday with Mrs. Lon Smith, Hardinsburg Those who attended from here were: Mesdames Robert Weath-erforH. B. Moormon, W.T. Gregory and E. Brown. Mrs. Nannie Christian, Texas is visiting relatives here. Rev. C. L. Bruington filled his appointment at Ephesus Sunday. This ia his last service for the Presbyterial year. He is a good man and an earnest worker for Christ and the people of Epuesus congregration would be glad to secure his service for another year. Miss May Pile who has been visiting relatives at Constantine returned home Wednesday. A Junior Red Cross circle was organized Friday with Miss Louise May as Chairman and Miss Clara Davis, Secretary. They have thirty members now and the promise of several more to join soon. The Presbyterian Missionary Society met Thursday with Mrs. James McCoy. Mis Virginia Pavne was in Louisville Friday. lardinsburg, C Kentucky 0 30C nor: HOC Mrs. Lishia Witt, Riney ville spent last week with Dr. and Mrs. C B. Witt. Misses Ruth Witt and Bessie Richardson returned last week from Ohio where thev have been holding a position in the State Institution for the Insane. B. S. Clarkson left last week for a several weeks visit wile his aister, Mrs. A. M. Hardawuv, Minot, N. U. Hit sister, Mrs. L. A. C Kemper is there too, they will tour Yellow Stone Park while he is with them. Mr. and Mrs C C. Maitin, Mr. and Mr. I, L. Morris and family, E C Martin and family, Mrs. Lillie Mae Scott, Misses Mary Eleanor Scott and Suenett Miller went to Louisville Sunday the 14, aui (pent the day with Schuyler Martin and Dan Morgan who are in training at Camp Zachary JOHN K. DITTO FARM To Be Sold at Public Auction Thursday, August 8, 1918, 2:30 p. m. Sale To Be Held At Farm T N. McCiothlau has gone to (iray--V- V f Mrs. Allen Mrs. Kliza Bandy and grandson, Roy, Someret came Tuesday to spend the remainder of the summer here. Miss Minnie Murrtn U visiting her inutlier, Mrs Ida Mortis. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haswell and daughter, Hiss (ieorgia Mc and Miss Huntsman, Hareiusburg were guests last week of Mrs. Hiswell's mother aud bister, Mrs. M. A. Mct'ubbius aud Mrs. L. I). Fox and Mr. Fox. The revival meeting which is being conducted at Amiuous at the Knglish Baptist church are being largely atat Guetoo. tended. A crowd from here going up Mr. d Thomas ha returned to several evening. Rev. W, H. Bngliah ten dayt stay with of Idaho, is conducting tba service Louisville alter Rev. J. Blackburn assisted by the Mr. and Mr D. W. Henry Lillie Glasscock i visiting her pastor ot the church. Mr. d n Spring for a aeveral week stay. ' Mra. Margaret Chamberlain attended the funeral of Wm Brandenburg at Elizabethtown last Wednetday. Mia Guedry llramlette, Louisville i spending liar vacation with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs J K. Bramlttte. Tha young people attended a party at the home of Miss liell Stith Monday venlng . Mis Gract Crahan, Chicago i visiting Miaae Mary and Anna Crahan. Mra. J. C. Younger, Louisville visit-aMr. R U McQiothlau laat week Georue Figgott has returned from Indianapolis where ha viaited Mr. and It N. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Aahcraft spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ander-ao- MrsAmos Whitworth and sons returned Sunday from a visit with her sister, Mrs. K .en, Tell City. Mrs Matilda Moorman arrived last Saturday from Kvansville to visit her sisters, Mrs. Emma McKaughu and In order to settle the estate of the late John K. Ditto, I will sell to the highest and best bidder, his farm located on the Ohio river, one and one-hamiles east of Brandenburg, Meade county Kentucky, one mile from Moravia Station on L. H.& St. L- R. R. and thirty-thre- e miles from Louisville, Ky. There is a river landing on farm. This is one of the best farms in the state, containing 430 acres all in cultivation and pasture, excepting 65 acres in good timber, Taylor. and is situated on a pike. Frank Hilf, Mesdame Geo Prather, There is on the premises a new seven room dwelling, with Ben Flowers and Leah Meador were in good cellar, and water piped from a spring to the house and all Louisville Friday. necessary outbuildings, three good tenant houses, three stock Miss Maud Scott rotumed Friday This farm has 100 acres had been barns, two hay sheds and several cribs. from Louisville where she with her sister, Mrs. Will Miller for in fine blue grass pasture with several running springs in pasture several weeks. and is an ideal stock farm. Rev, K. P. Deacon assisted by Kev. Anyone desiring to inspect farm will be gladly shown same Robert Marrs closed a two weeks ser- any day in the week. vice at the Methodist church Sunday This farm will be sold one-hacash, balance in six months. evening. lf lf Big Spring Ben Tucker received orders to report Ben has been at Hardinsburg Monday anxious to go he has a brother, Sheer-ma- n some where who was called last toll. Mr. and Mrs. James V. Clarkson, Mr. and Mr. Van Nelson and Mr. Martha Clarkson were called to Friday on account of the sudden death of their neice, Mr. Stella Kliia-bethto- Stlth. The Ladies of the Aid and some others took lunch to the pareonage Thursday and servi.d it in the yard All report a fine lunch and good time. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Carlisle and son, Burkhardt, Louisville and Mr. W. A Burkhardt, Vine Grove spent Thursday with Mrs. E. A. Strother and Mis Zelma. Rev. Hogard, Elizabethtown spent Wednesday and Thursday with Rev. and Mr. Deacon. Rev. B. P. Wilton, Mrt Wllaon and their too, Vine '.rove were also tne'r guests Thursday. HARVEY K. DITTO, Executor Brandenburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST A i ways In otjee otlce hour durloi Inrltftn, Ky. fit nt l 8A Brackenridge News. in l the intarctt of his race for fudge the Court of Appeals. cdncsday, July 14, 1918 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holder. I.nu isville, were here last week the guests EntrrrH at thr Post Officr at Clevirpert, Kv of Mr. Holder's mother, Mrs. Thos as irconi! clff matin BoMOr and Mr Bolder. Mrs II V Wood will go to West HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE Point Friday to see Miss Freda ShtiMl and go to the Artillery Range for the military display. Mrs. Mannie Moorman and grandOCNsTRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO son. Robert Kincheloe, Hardinshur, RANCHES IN ALL THF PRINCIPAL CITIES were guests of Mrs. F.d OgitNby Of rial days the past week. RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEd Mrs. W. F. Starks and Mrs. MENTS. Gary. Louisville, were guests of $ 2.9(1 For I'rrrinit an. City Offices . $ imi their sister. Mr (has Bi.hler and For County Offices 15.00 tor Statr anil District Open a. .lit Mr Bolder. Wednesday. r Call, prr linr .III For Cards, per line Mi" Hcssie Dunn, who lives in thr For all Pabncatioiii In Ihc Interest ol individuals or expression of individFast End, fell near the railroad track 10 views, jirr line ual Thursday afternoon and strained the ligiincnts in her right limb. Train Schedule on Mrs Ear! Sumner returned home Louisville Monday H. & evening from where she has been with Mr. Sumner at Camp Zachar Taylor. Effective July 1st, 1918 MDR8 Miss Thedosia Mathcny went to Irfastlovrrporl M IlNO No. J42 will leave l vington Sunday to attend a dinner M 10:18 Arriving Irving;toti '. M 1J:J1I party given for Ed Morrison who left Arrivma Louisville M :0H No. 144 will leave Clovcrnnrt Monday for Camp Zachary Taylor. l ArrtvtnK IrvitiRton l 7n:tat M :.1fl Arriving Louisville Mrs. Robert Jones and son, Robert M fl:15 No. 140 will leave t'loverport M. Jones, Jr., Louisville, 0:01 Arriving Irvington came Saturday :IW) M 7 Arriving Louisville M rvrning for a visit to Mrs. Jones' 4:00 No. 148 leavees Henderson M 5:00 Arrives Owensboro parents, Mr, and Mrs. D. L. Bowlds. ' 1'" M Shops San-forI .1 Report of the condition of the Announcement. We 1 FIRST STATE BANK RESOURCE! Loans and discounts $ I Vt.'l I ' Overdrafts, secured and un1,010 M secured Slocks, bonds and other securities I.T..VI0 IH) Due from banks Itytll ,M Cash on hand BowMlooj house. and Rial oral 1,18001 For Appellate Judge. are authorised to announce the nam Henson as a candidate for the llem oirstu nomination lor Appellate Ju lg lorn ii the .r:niMiy, August, doing business in the town of Irving-ton- . the Second 1018 ( oiiiitv .if Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of busiWe are authorised to announce Judge W. K. Settle as a candidate for for ness on Mtk day of June. 1018. JaOfl of the Court of Appeals from the Sec ond District, ushjrrt to the August, HUH. primary. SI W Mid-Summ- er Goods (roods so Classified NOTE Advertisements yo The kind of thin just now popular jlrirr PImm notify thr r)itor when atkc rtiM tnt-n- FOR SALE fur aalt White Batish Flaxons. Voiles irncrV D'l'on-nII, Rorohofi l.owinn $195,768.89 Total LIABILITIES Capital cash stock paid in. The L, St. L R'y. Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject $mh.47i1.IH to check ; 7. VIS OS Time deposits Due banks and Trust Companies Bills payable... in $ l.'i.lHHIOD :i..vm M Thr. r hytf ;unl HTM morn on hill ; for particular hpWM write V V 17 Mutton Ave , Ifayton. Ohio, lYrkin., FOR SALE l ld l.rk-!r l S phm Maroinilturir. Ky. FOR SALE TWO 1'onl tntirmii m ,irs lfool repair. Call on or write - Tic llanlin's'iUT-g- FOR SALE rhrai. ( lovrrport. FOR SALE Apply Ky. Autorti.il.ilr .Iclivrry to Mrs. J. T and Organdies Figured and Striped Voiles Plain and Fancy Organdies Voile Charming Ky. 8 A LI Splundid direlitntr, 040. M For prlre and trrn n write or cull on .Inn. f Hnlil.HiM'. Cloverport, Ky. WOH I'MTaU'd. oatrlli Wanted Miscellaneous l ;. 1 WANTEIt make xtr nmncy by us renting that You Q room or your spare nt hou hf running Want Ad. in THE aNEW!. Cotton and Silk Foulards White Goods for Skirts Lots of nice jrooils to select from We 014.25 .. lu.uoooo $195,768.89 Arrives No. S. Louis- No. 143 will leave Cloverport No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Arriving Arriving Arriving Arriving Arriving 141 will WEST POUND leave Cloverport Owensboro Henderson Evansville Hawesvillr Owensboro 12 13 :88 1 :25 7 :40 10:8 :01 r. 0:40 I'. 7:05 1'. l M M M m M M M M Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansville Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Shops Arriving l wt twh .ri Arriving Henderson 8HH IV 11 'M P. 12:4M A M 1 :40 A. M M - 2 :07 A 7:511 A M 0:51) A A. 0:15 A. M M. M, CORN SAVE EXT UMIr firffrV DENTIST State ot Kentucky. County of Breckinridge, Set. Located permanently in HardinsbvrK, Wo, W. J. Piggott and J. C Payne, occupin(j office recently vacated by president and cashier of the above Dr. Walker. named hank do solemnly swear that the above rtatetnenl is true to the QCnOEZDlC3OllCI01ZZ0 best of our knowledge and belief. W J. Piggott. President I. C Payne. Cashier therholt. Subscribed and sworn to before me Lokuls . day of July. 1018. Mrs. E. A. Blaine and two sons, this M Eyeglasses and J. M. Hern don, Billy and Arthur Blaine. Messrs. Notary Public. Lakeland, Fla.. were the week-enMar. s. 1900. guests of Mrs. Blaine's sister. Mrs My Commission expire! Nat Tucker. Mrs. Anna B. English. Franklin. Tenn.. arrived Saturday for a visit to her son, Mr. Frank English and Mrs English, at their home in Skillman. Ky. Mr Jesse Weatherholt. Louisville, spent Sunday with his brother. Mr. Marion Weatherholt and Mrs Wea- Total Dr. J. C. 0VERBY Sell War Savings and Thrift Stamps BALOPTCO Spectacles J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. d Mr. Win. G. Polk. Sr.. of Cincin- nati, will spend his vacation this week with Mrs. Polk and Win. Polk. Jr. who are guests ol Mr. and Mrs. J D. Babbage. LIST OF CANDIDATES IN PRIMARY ELECTION The following is a list of IN these times when the s. stipplyinn of i:oods involves unprecedented it is highly dihVul-tie- Sr. war maps keep you Dan E. Baird, in touch with the American boys on boro, Saturday. the firing line. These maps are for Miss Eva Jolly is in Tell City visitNews sale at Thr Breckrtiridge ing Mrs. Lee Brunifield. office, for '.'." cents. Earl Eella. Holt, was in Louisville Mi.-- s Lillian Porter, of Champaign. .Tuesday and Wednesday. 111., and Miss Elizabeth William, of Miss Addie Frymire, Clienault. is Waitnian. Ky.. are here for a two the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne week's visit to their aunt. Mrs. Geo. Severs. Mullen am! Mr. Mullen. Mrs. Peyton Scott and children Mr. Frank Ferry and her mother. have returned home from a visit to Mrs. F. M. Miller, went to turns relatives in Hardiiishurg. hon Monday where Mrs Miller was C. F, Tinius made a business trip called to see her brother. Chris who is seriously ill. to St. Louis Saturday morning returning the following Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. David Duncan and Looisvillc, children, Miss Louise Duncan and Davis. Mrs. Arthur spent a few days last week with her Mr. David Henry Duncan, spent Sunday with Mr. Duncan's parents. mother, Mrs. Hiram Moorman. Judge Robert Slack, Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Duncan. Dr. John Kinchelos. Mrs. Kinchespent Sunday at the St. George Hotel He was enroute to Hardinsburg Mon- loe and Mrs. Mannie Moorman. motored here Sunday after day. Miss Blondina Ball. Wolf Creek, noon to see Mrs. Moorman's sister, Ky., arrived Sunday to spend a few Mrs. Carrie Chick, who is ill. Prof. Dudley. Earlington. Ky., who days with her sister, Mrs. EMa Jorspoke at the Methodist church Mondan. SundayPriv. Ollie M. Clark, West Point day evening in Iho interest of -school work, was the guest of Artillery Range, spent the week-enwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rev. W. L. Baker and Mrs. Baker Mr. Carl Balis. Mansfield. O.. arClark. Unvervagt, Hen- rived Saturday in his Oldsmobile car Miss Henrietta derson, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. to spend his vacation with Mrs. Balis Fred Whitehouse and Mr. White-hous- and their son. Moorman Willis Balis, who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Miller, camp Willis. Serg. Collin Stewart Mrs. Rhodes, of Washington, who Zachary Taylor, spent the week-enin this city the guest of Miss Margar- has been inajXentucky visiting relatives, was here last week the guest et Skillniau. Mr. and Mrs. Frank English and of her brother, Mr. D. H. Severs at their daughter, Miss Lida Mae Lug the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne lish, Skillman, were here Saturday Severs. Holt, was in OwensRand-McNall- y i Per-rigd e. d important Household Furniture We invite oof customers to come in and ins peel air complete line ol Household Furniture, h often iil the first impression is the more lasting and therefore arc should at all times j n t forth ur et efforts in keeping i iir houses well furnished as well ourselves well a-- that yon have you glasses candidates made best w here you get the closest sevI. I to he voted for in tion to be held in ty. Kentucky, on ."th. IOIh. as they Official Primary the Primary Elec- Breckinridge counSaturday, August will appear on the Ballot under the ser ice and attention. eral reasons There are whj II proper devices: should make JHMI glasses, hut the principal one is the best you get are the only safe kind to we;ir. "Ask Any - Parlor and Bed Room Suites Cotton Top Mattrices jfff Oculist" Library Tables Rocking Chairs Bed Steads Kitchen Cabinets Center Tables Oil Stoves Mattings and Oil Cloth for floor coverings Democrats For United States Senator WILLIAM I'KKSTOX K M BALL of Lexington, Ky ' I n The Ball Optical Go. 0II J Istl It will pay you to see JAM KS oi Marion. Ky. For Judge of Court of Appeals W. K. SKTTLE of Bowling Green, Ky. J. W. HENSON of Henderson, Ky. M OLLIE 6 1 3 Fourth Ave. ture i our stuck. Hny now as fnrni- Wm becoming more scarce as the war continues, iP - Louisville, Kentucky ocriocz51c3foirczioi3o Party at Mystic Mystic. July (Special) klitMl (idla I'ane and Klva Kane entertained the follow inn yonnjj people Sunday, July 14. Misses laudia and Phrona Woof ley. Mary and Kninia I.ec Handy. Kthi alU. Maynic LtOtt drant and Myra J. Rollins; Istettri Roj Wootley, PmJ D. (Jrant, Lcwia I nt C l J. R. WILSON H Glen Dean. Ky. fZsArSl IfisjrS'1 IHZIriss tflri i CSCSSK L Cane Mills, Evaporator Pans, Republican For United States Senator B. J. BETHURU1I of Somerset. Ky. EN L BRUNER ui Louisville, Ky. and Sunday. Mr. Henry Wilburn returned to Louisville Saturday after a visit to his neice, Mrs. Ernest Gregory and Mr. Gregory. Miss Maggie Greenwell, Irvington, returned home Saturday after a several days visit to her sister, Mrs. Fladge Carter. Miss Lenora McGavock is expected home Saturday from Bowling Green where! she has been attending the Summer school. Mrs. Peyton Thompson and. her Bertha Miss two children and Thompson, went to Louisville Monday to spend the week. Judge W. E. Settle, Frankfort, spent Friday and Saturday in this city sister, Miss Mrs. F. Fraize and Jane Warlield, have left the Cloverport Hotel and moved into Mr. Kraize's property on river street in the West End, where they are keeping house. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Qark and children, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Overton, of Askins, Ky.. with Mr. and Mrs C. L. Thompson and daughter, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Clark, Russell Do well, Koscoe K. Uennett. Klilred and Merton Cart. They all left in the afternoon tellf the ing enjoyable day they had spent and hope to spend many more afternoons with tjie Misses Bane. Rocker Furnaces None Belter. Ready Different Sizes. to For Congress JOHN P. HASWKLL, Jr. of Hardinsburg. Ky. For Judge of Court of Appeals F. J. PENTKCOST of Henderson, Ky. M CSX BR L. HEAVR1M of Hartford. Ky. State oj Kentucky, County ot Breckinridge. Set. I A. T. Beard. Clerk of the county court for Breckinridge county, State of Kentucky, hereby certify that the foregoing are the names and places of of persons nominated by reaidoOCO notification anl declaration as candidates for the various public offices above indicated, whose notifications and declarations are required by law and such have been tiled in my office of the County Court Clerk by the Secretary of State, and which candidates are to be voted for at the Primary Flection in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, to he held on Saturday, the Third day of August, nineteen hundred and eighteen. Given under my hand this the 10th day of July, 1V18. A T. Beard. Clerk Breckinridge County Court. STONE ROOT AND BUCHU COMPOUND RED CROSS Ship Of unexcelled value for the treatment of kidney diseases. Pains in the back and burning sensations are symptoms of kidney troubles, which are quickly overcome by use of this remedy. This and more than one hundred other Red Croat Remedies sold and guaranteed oniy oj A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. Write for prices delivered to your nearest railroad station. V All Is this the condition of your time piece? All worn out, run down and behind The best of time time pines will get that way after so long a time, but one good thing they can be re- - j See Worn Out paired. Thos. Odewait Railroad Watch Insptctor Cloverport. I), AttsnUen. ell Order Heceh Saturday. aa0 Sunday Mrs. J. B. Randall. Louisville, has as her guest. Miss Louise Balis, of Athens, Ohio, who is being extensively entertained. Miss Balis will visit Miss Martha Willis in this city before returning to Athens. Mr and Mrs. C F. Tinius, Holt,, are expecting this week. Mr. Tinius' brother. Mr. James M Tinius and Mrs. Tinius; the former has received his call to be examined in Hardins-Julfor military service. Miss Tula Babbage will finis the six weeks summer course at Howling Green State Normal School, Thurse day, and she goes from there to to spend a few days with her brother Priv. Virgil A. Babbage, Camp Taylor, and Mrs. Babbage. y Lou-isviH- MATTINGLY Mr. and Mrs. James Harris, Nashville TenD. , are here visiting relatives. Mr. Harris' health is not good ;u.d he will remain here for sometime the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Prank thioking perhaps a change to the country will benefit his health. Mr and M,s. M. E. llambleton visit- anu juuiu- tii re.aiivr- iu port la t Fi id i and Saturday. Mrs. J. Mot ins aod daughter, Cora entertained t number of the young people Saturday eveniog in honor of b:r son, Homer Mathis who left for Hardinsburg Sunday to report for duly in the 1'. S. army. Mr and Mrs. Sam Beavin gave tne young people a dance Friday night in honor of Ibeir son, Mug Beavin who has been callel lo the colors. Mrs. J. D. Mingua who has been seriously ill lor two mouths with ty phoid fever continues ill. - FOROSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY I iu orporated FOROSVILLE, KENTUCKY JAKE WILSON, Manager Protect your growing Tobacco Crop against Ittt bj Nail i; lisvriii. till Pre! We aint uneasy about the future Shipping completed in the firet defense of the country. If the war week in July amounted to ITi.OOO lasts a few years longer we will have big enough to tons or at the rate of 6,UO0,ouo tons a -- ii army of old maids, year. wljjy lite wokl PAUL COMPTON Hardinsburg, Ky. Cheapest and most liberal Contract ii til Market ALABAMA FIRST TO CAPTURE HUNS Captain Tells Exploits bow Piviiion. of of Rain- Il Long Live The King By NARY ROBERTS RINEHART h . STRIKE American TERROR TO ENEMY to told loyi RrfuM to Qlvt Inch tavagt Ho'dri of Bfatt of Cruritift Ltft In W. Berlin-Un- of I I 111 alfku aMrr4 aibanan Would Sham the Old-TiAmtrican Rrdakm Yanka Art Bravtat of Soi.n ri' Imm here from adJhMfl f llii' IIiiIiiIm.w division, "If. anil in re under caimi on ilna lleinpetend I'l. in- -. I. I I., i. re being MM to Ffiiip l.n. (Mated Intense HIMb res .".n in asm wh. n nml l" il leaw- rm ID - r Chaplain Kininct I'. Smith Iba IdTiii AtaMMM lafaMry, write tbarl MM MM In tin' llulnhow be MM MMm to draw HM MMBf Mi MMMl Ui over the "We hud Jn f r 'tii ' My Cbaptala Smith. "WMI tin MM in. m!i M in om nuaiaj iMumbb hy mi i in MJ iilnniiii. Il fell MMMl IMJ I standing, Bra f from wber throwing MBit mMmm Bad I ad aln pm l nil MMM nun. BMMMJ BW M ii my fnl "f Iml I'lff spill m ' Uniform nml In lunl n busty rrtrrill 10 i iMtlll Tin PrlBeoaa Hod wig niieiired Hint llhoul rouer. nii'l wilt Ih" aMBMI only aomun In the room ihua Ali "lie wore her coming out lrltiir of i h i penrla nml n llithtly iMbMt. soineuluil f rlKhti'lied, expren-BM-- b !. tl' The dinner wna endleaw. w hlcl was aMMy, ahtro DMblBg araa to follow Tin-reouhl, limler hill "oiiM'i nlioii the rlniiinwiini-""- . h" no ilnm liii:. And the talk nl Ih" tnl. I". Ihroiiiih MJM after eoiirie. wna miiiipwIiuI hoctlr, even under the ronntraltilnc preai m o Bat -- -- I plBM I MfMJTi gr-ii( V The family arltbdww abartty aflM to iMiil! nlon off the MMM tMBi And tboro ni htat, Knrl eacatred Radar Ig aad doiaaadod sp b " I ' '" Ii" aakad, clnncintr nronnd tin- aaowdad raaaa. "i aball bare t" bam thnt to you," "Unless thero is a bill- clrlllatti Baraaoj M aa he the MMtt at Ibava, ntuol aria tins araff or Hm eoiiy." " t "Hut do you think It Is neees-nryBMlM v in I., a brM nml ii abtvc "Why not?" fur Qcrrjian war lordja in bmMFaM "Boniaaa whut I batra to suy does Bravest of the Brave. "Let ili" pjaad BjaajgBa in Iba tni" not matter " "li Biaftora very much to tue," he abMd by oa, aVod nun. cwia, alrablpi by (he HMMMMM nml HMM lirin' tin replied '.'rnvely. Radwt went first, slipping nwny wnr In a spi i'ily nml rleflnltv i inline Karl aakad the ami wive ill lllzntlon from lu lng Ba giiii'tiy n ml anatnlirad stroyii by loodera barbarlaaja, arboai arrbdurhoaa' permission to follow bm 'kullur' If tMTOftaM nml win.-- " imlln dtnl I'onnd her wabll HMM ulone, mi ..I' ararfaro arotaM aJaMM the olr ratbor deapomtoly culm now, nml with tiliL'" "1' excite! eolor In her cheel;s. wi. tin..ni riraa Borauac "our aiartiraa baya mMM t Bttri panao, M and a traal daal, and he- Bl klnns pa, he wns neither un in. ii i" Hi" in i. No brarof mtm tver followed n Ban llnin BMB "f Ain. r bofielcssly hud nor huril. his first words umi atoaaM lea In i. .ni". 'I'll" NMa Vorl; Mft wi ro kind and brnatcbl bar to team nn nt, tin- oiii Firty MMb. ara g "I'oor iitti,. ptrl ; ba mM. utihier-- . nml ili.y ni" fadBg iln- aa il.- bad dropped tba rattolB behind .. 1'niln r Ihlffy, iln einy 111" cluipliiln "l ili" Blxtj MMb, - "very km nml they stood ulone. In. Ii a innt! nml n N,.l.er nml ill" reg"Dont," Mid Uodwta) "I want to ba iment is fiajinaia in aariag neb a i.. eahav aaaj l aaj sorry for myself kom Bjan aa ebaplala. Boat ariabaa till elide." R. I'. SMITH. Voiir in. ml. uTbM you think it la nil very ter- rihle'r" "ebaplala MTth Cbaptala Htultb reoigned hi- - BaMM Iba did not reply, nml he drew u ate tn M ui'i' 'h" DMaaaja AMtMaM chiilr for her to the rnll. When she wns BOB tad he took up Ills position MfjBMBl aebfrti 'I tor HM WiMhtm Ha "in- of HM aaaal MMaaf heide In r, one uriii ntruinst a plllnr. "1 won ler. Rodtrlg," be BaM, "if It h i uyim u In tba South-lain)- . of ii aoi tyrriMo becauao it l aaar in you, Bad ''i rii'!-- " paaj do not ktjow me very Noi," he ml Ml hustlly, "thut MIL LIKE FRENCH BEDS I tblak ..our knowing me well would i" .in adtrMtajayl I mu not so lilintic. American Soldier Find Them Crudl Hut BM "" BM know uie ut all, und but Comfortable. 'or ii paad BbaBJI BMM I must BBtrl On m In " Jfaoj in. in babiajd Hi" nlln-atoad la Iba light of un enemy. It la MM! In innii", mi" Hlyle of I..nsy lo raaaiJaM smh things not Ii rmie. Inn i nuifurt-ul.le- , Minns- - iin- paaaBttM I hmi Mdaj !" nml very UtajMabaV MBBBJ li "Win must we lulk lili. nit it?" BJad aMBBM wig .1. n. nmh-illook tut; ut him sudiihoiil MX feel denly will: ,i tttis.li of fff The heil her old spirit. nn on.' hnlf feel uhle. "li win not Chung, loiiK hy aaytkiag." - iimile of uu.v The friiim-uorT'lhupa mil. cs. Vou I Iml huin in to he imilhiblf see. I mu not ipiilc I'"ih.i. aiilialled. I do lint - Mil" iieiiluu ot the mii'"ii ami wniit you. iMlaaa run bm willing. It ill, Ii WimlhliK" n.ill. 'l BMMM he u pour aWfkal for Ba, und - in. hi IUaaaaar aluml nl. ..in Ik llninmil paJM rlr." iln- no ii olii.iin ih" ii. .ii ii. il Win i A new luru, this. Willi a vciigiiinee I - ii lu)Bery, bei for ! Maatarii atorad up with Bawttaal BMb 111 III" II. in I- n- of rourxe. no heili il was lu.i i iiuugli u ,i kuciifteeil. are lo he hmi nlel . Iu.il II. .1 nml Ami - sin nulUiil nil ihul hung on ., In Iln I In i. ih. a allitfl" hli.l.kil all un I Ion. Iho very Ufa of Die klug-doiIn lull illlKout ollli era hut" wril lu p. ili,ila fie ,.'.i, of her family, nil kJee. ..I. ill. iii ... .. .nil. .1 Ih) eyoa "Mi llnna. a he luaed l llio on h .i m ll'illi (lie I'l" Ilea I' ' I" mlslll ' Ill" IIherIll III 111! for Ill I. aay ihui lor tin- llil few oui.i lbe hull In nl o. cl .... look one of her hi lwi eii al.i "la uU are Uloil'l' I" old hulida In Ivtveu hla Un vtullli one. aufl I'lHia' he.l "Utile lledulg.'' h. an ill " uuul you 1 tu eoiiie willingly calx a r.i.nd. Btral -. Mia tavlnya a" "I deal I would lit., you lo mo-.. i r.n..i.uii,ii, j. i.i. iin you ihluk you would, aflai ii i"" tMallMj two lot ii ! ln '.vtn inn xilli a tluiaT" .I.H. I., il l... Ilili'l lib "iflaf a iliuai' aoid iladadj doar-Il- y rillia Mulling I hi luaui lu r"Tbol o wfaol MbM ail aoy Afiar Allm oa baw MkaaM U upaliotj a liuw II BMM I mollor. alaiilaaa la .1 lillwU llll Ultl LiU(K aivaUJ. iba atuaa. -- aw a fc "I urn glad M ti ll "ii IBM il"' MktB history bow boya art' milking t.wr In ri- In Irani". We BN nil In go... spirits nml lull .1 nml i".i.y to go BMt nl nil MM I'liiiiv of tof oi ry mini. good, BBMM f comfortable clothing nml first iins W Ma llol nsk for l"llll il - MMM anything BMMfi Ml million MM flMB iln' OMlM to In ip us iidml ni st or tlio knockout blow tu tin- BBaMf nml Ma lavtilMt Carry Terror to Hun. -iinr "iiilii carried terror to the hcurt of llio linn on tlMM tlinn om' occasion, nlnl our hoy look msse. Mon "f N" Mini'- - Land HM BMl ilny. "Ahihnmu ciipturcd Iln- llr- -t bmMMI bj tin' i i'ii'ii Hmi sap atMMMBB UBIdJ pulled "IT racetrlni tinuiininiiil praise of iiio French Bareta, QBtta I mini- nml Amerh: In r ol om hoy- ;ii' war iiiidnls. V hope l" i'i. il in III" ninny no Idem- Lima letaad taaaaa MM 'li'l Ban mm ti to show 'loir uln.1" rt .' Baagdtallt) to - :i Caaap Mill. We I ni again MM MB All" hope I" I ill. owr I. i" mako ill" world fro from it." domination of Hud. "Ily it..- .ay. every (iermnn yi. maIn America ought In nea arbal tin unioiii eraeltie tbe Haa baa fi bo. Iihi'l li i. Ii. umdc "it "I'l nu t: ami lii Ipll - wnin n nml outraged tender girls nml aratilatod little " ; Th" n il" M rj "l Hi" Hun nml hi Bratellty ran never i" ton, for aaraj Ratega i bare at an are i"" horrible fm I i ii-' -- There were two ren una Knrl'x ptaaaaj nml Bbl pur-paM yei mmmmmA hut nml even known nml I'm in ih" "Ily. Thi.i rraa bMl Tba aataora hmi bMB "I'l. r. 'I I" nink" in. nn utlon of the ..". MTM " "I Iln iifliTIi""!!. hill It will II MMMTBi mnny nl the There taMo who felt the whole nil. nipt fool- bmMIl to baitlj tin- aMHaaj of Tbaw wmb Ma matorial. Mi nWi" raaaMMl KarFi (bmmbmj in Uroala, nml nil HMI it implie'l. Ami aortaapa tbara were. too. MMMl HMI iiels. on. or more who hmi Iml ) :it in h s aajaaM nml more uw-fti'iiipntiy. Bouoatl nil Ih" bffONMaM nml ihnt-l- i r. Hi" spurkle nml wiyety. there wiim, linn, nnoaalnaaa, wretihedness, nml even tieni hery. Ami aMaMa HM held linek by the irnnnls. there n imrt of Iln Milieu rtowd ill! whirli hud wnt h"'l Hie nrrlvnl of Urn rarriaaoa and antntnoblloa, hud eraaaa farward to ratra u iclliapai of uniform or hriillnmly abromled llirtirt" enterlne tba pabWt, nml nnittered iim It looked. I ''i not araa over nt lust. The pnrty aantrod Imek to the anion, n vnst nml i inply plaOO, hiinir with tapaaMM nml ayl) Habtod, Ran tba iaaaaateawa of aayot noralatod, and Knrl. affability apoke u few wonts to inch of ih" irwatoi Then it mi aaaa, Tba teata haft, HM aaorabafl of the asaa ell. "lull with il wife on Ills Mb froway, irvtrdl'oaand w omen m ist of the in. The coBBCll wns chosen for al ilily nml not for hirth. At BMl only lb raaaatoad, nml MBMnMl Mil .1 K nt. Knrl. for ihl: "ur-Mlaa- "Why almiilil mnrrlnre he nlwnya ih" nmo, after a time?" he inqnln'd. "Thla aort of martlafe, wlthnnl love." "II la hnnlly Ihnt. la II? I lore yon." "I wonder how much you love me." e wn Knrl amllid on Ilia own around here. The rlrllah qaoallou put him ut enao. "Knotigh for iik Imth, nt flrl," ho aald. "After "llul." anld lledwlg doaporntely, "aiipMiao I know I ahull ihmt cure for you. lhi wuy you will wnnt me to. Vou tnlk of being fair. I wnnt to he fair to you. You have u rlarlit " She chi i keil heraelf nhruptly. After nil. he might have n right to know uPniii Nlkky l.nrlsch. Hut there were others who hud rights, too Otto to hla thmne. In r mother nml lllldn mid nil tin others, to snfety. her grniulfnth.-to die ill pence, the only gift she could give him. "Whut I think you wnnt to tell tue. - M.iiicthlng I nlrendy know," Knrl "Suppose aald giiiMiy. bm willing to hike thnt chiimc'.' Suppose I mil vu ii aBaaajb, or tool enough, to think thnt I enn mnkc paaj forget ccrtnln things, cartala people. Whut tlarn?" "I do not forget euslly." "Itut yon would try?" "I would try," suld lledwlg. nlmoat In ii whisper. Knrl hont over nml Inking her hnntls, rnlsed her lo her feel. "I lulling." he BaM und suddenly drew bN to him. II.- covered her with h.n bat neck, her IBM the soft linglc Baton In i tar. Then he held her thnt" r s. wi-r- j re-ro- -- -- i put-ne- -- I ' I i'JL 1 v w.-- ' ft'MJ I I -! V' . I - arr I ' i 'I to prove thnt oven the front nanda of Itlnrk Humbert on hla thront were not SB atronK aa his own yabjBJ spirit; lived. Indeed, to confront the terrorist ns one risen from the dead. Hut Hint day he lay and slept, hy curlona Irony Ibe flower from Knrl'a banquet In n cup of water beside hltu. On the dny before the cnrnivRl. Hed- wig hud ii visitor, none other than the. HedwiK. nil her Counteaa Ioschek. color gone now, her high spirit cruahed, her lieiirt torn Into fragments und neiitly distributed between Nlkky, who bud most of It, lb" crown prince, and the old klna lledwlg, having given her permission to come, greeted her politely hut without enthusiasm. "Illghneaa!" aald the countess surveying her, "tuny I apeak to you frank ly?' Hedwlg do," replied. I'lense Kverybody dftes. nnyhow. Kspeelnlly when It Is something disagreeable. Olgn l.oschck watched her wnrlly. She knew the family ns only the could know It ; knew that Hedwlg, who would hnve disclaimed the fnct. wns like her mother In some things, notably in a disposition to be mild until a certain moment, submissive, even acquiescent, and then sud- denly to become as It were, a royalty unu grow coin, iniugiiij. nui ii uni-wi- g wr.s driven In those dnys, so wna the countess, desperate and driven to desperate methods. "I am presuming, highness, on your mother's kindness to me, und your own." "Well, go on," said Hedwlg resign edly. Hut the next words bMMjBt her up in her chuir. "Are you going to allow fOBf Ufa to be ruined?" wus whut the counteaa snid. ChrefBl ! Hedwlg had UMullll op her bead and looked nt her witV hoatlle eyes. Hut the next moment slie had fm got ten she was n princess, nnd the granddaughter to the king, and remembered only UMI she was n ni :.:un, and She flung out her "lie is ill perhaps V" arms, und then buried ber face in Is dead," Bald Herman, devour them. "lie ing her w it li his eyes. "How can I help It?" she snid. "lii ad!" She put a bund to her "I low can you do it?" Olgn Loschek plump side Is you who "Ay. Shot as u lie took an- countered. "After all. It one else. It pie. must do this thing. No' other piece of the excellent pigeon Is you they nre offering on the altar .Marie, meiuitime, lost all her looks, of their ambition." grew pasty white. "Ambition?" "Of the tba terrorists?" she de"Ambition. What else Is It? Surely manded, in a whisper. you do not believe these tales they "TciTor o. of Knrnla. He toll old wives' tale of plot and wus no patriot." hud nld. "Not invlah, n'rhiipa, aa rich Americana ahniild bo, hut onlerly, nml plensant. The hoy hn good m Il would be well to pleaao him." S" lb" niece, sewing In the buck 10..10. araMbad Bobby in nml out, with ppnannt myaterlea In her eyes. In the eveniuga, Now nml l Inn. when the Amerlciins were nwny and , wlih Tucker I'.obhy wna anilR III mi the tiny fenlher comfort nt his feet, the i'mulelll Would come down stairs nml alt In Btocft Humbert s !.. un At such times the niece would i.. .nt on un errand, und tba t.vo would tnlk. Ill" nii'ic. who. iililiough In hud no lover, wns on the lookout f..r love, suspected n IBMBBM of the lulddle uged. und smiled In the half dnrkness ,.f Raj street smiled with a us one w ho has lorn h of mnlU'o, pierced the armor of Hie fortress, and know s Its weakness. Hit Ii wns not love thnt Humbert nml the Kruuleln talked. Herman Spier wns busy In those dnys and mnklng plnns. Thus, day by dB)r, he dim d In the restaurant where HM little Marie, now wemy of her laaabaad, a1 In Idle Intervals behind the cashier's desk, nml wiitched the grass In the place emerge from Its winter hiding plnce. When she turned lui- eyes to the room, freii.icntly she encountered those of RanBBB Spier, pule yet burning fixed on lu r. And at lust, one day w In n BM kBBbBBd lay BMM with elallen she left the desk aadj paBaad by HanaatB'i Mbto. "Vou come frc(iieiiily now," she il. "It s thnt you like us here, or Unit you have risen In the shop?" "I haM b'l't the shop," snid HatMBBi atari BB at her. I'lesh, lu il moderate BBHIttnt, sillied Bar well He liked plump women. They were, If you !. un armful. "Aud i bobm to you." "Left the shop!" Mnrio exclaimed. "Ami Patef NlbBTg ho lias h it BlMl 1 B01 M see him." "No. said Herman noncoiniuittnlly. hi-d-out-ald- xho counteaa roae. "I am afraid I hnve done an unwlao tldnjr," aho aald. Sim yonr mother knew" "if ahrugged her ahouldera, "You hnve only been kind. I have ao pw wno rP,y eiire" Thp cuntPR(, curtsied, and made for ,no ))oor .., muHt g0 he Bnld ..be. My forp j go further. hlghneaa. .,.,, it, becnuse " thnt I "Yea?" "Becauae 1 considered It unnecea- snry." She wns n very wise woman. She left then. BBd let the next step come from Hedwlg. It followed, as a matter of record, within the hour, at least' four hours sooner than she had nntlcl-putcShe whs In her boudoir, not rending, not even thinking, but sitting tnrlll ahead, ns Minim hnd seen her do repenledly In the pnst weeks. She dared not think, for that mutter. Hedwig's notlficntlon thnt she would visit her, found the countess nt leisure nnd alone. She followed the nnnnunce-men- t almost immediately, nnd if she before, ahe hnd shown cownrdlce She disregarded showed none now. the chair Olgn l.oschck offered, nnd enmn tn the noint with a directness d. ,hllt i mlw TOU unhnnnr. and WM m kng. in "I have come," she said simply, "to find out what to do." The countess wus as direct. "I cannot tell yon what to do, highI can only tell you what I ness. would do." "Very well." Hedwlg showed a touch of Impatience. This wus quibbling, and it nnnoyed her. "1 should go nwny, now, with the per on I cared nhout." "Where would you go?" "The world is w ide, highness." "Not wide enough to hide In, I am afrnld." si.' : ranlabod. I -- m -- i Mi unit--be- ?" ' 1 I . -- . i ; I i -I i , l" - I inn-terl- . I 1' -- ii- i -- u -- 1 . ! bei-aua- , I i m - . So the little Maria went buck to her desk, und to her staring out over the place in Intervals of business. Aud what she thought of OI1' ,'"11 know. BM tint alajbt, aad tbakaaftaf', she was very ti nder to her spouse, aud put cloths soaked In hot turpentine water on his aching thigh. "n HM surface things went on n usual at tin; pubic. Karl's visit hud - aa.iaa '?Sboon hut for a day or two. He hud BM the council in session, und hud "Now," He Said, "Have You Forget bad, because of their growing iilarin, ten?" ru I her his own way with them. away (mm btej lilanuabaallj. "Now," Hut although he had pointed to the he BaM, "huve you forgotlen?" king's condition und theirs us nn i iin Had wig, araitot with bbbmbj argument for Imuieilinte murrluge he toead him itaadlly "No," she said. failed. TJie thing would he done, hut a a a o property and in good time. Karl hit Later In the evening the old king them in n hud tamper, well concealed, racarvad present, u rathar willed nml hud he pleusure of being hissed roaa, lo which aa! pinned a card, with through the streets. MBoM ariabaa from Lfardinand WUUaM Hut he comforted himself with the i Mlo," prinled on it in enrel'ul letters. thought of Bodwbj, Ra had taken her It wns ilic only llower the king had in his armi before he left, und she hud received during his Illness. sin- - had even, in dmim an reatatance. Winn, hut night, he fell asleep, It view of ull that was ut stake, made a was still clasped in his old hand, and desperate effort to return his kiss, and tbara was a BMb of grim tenderness found herself trembling, nftvrward. on the (BM on the pillow, turmd In two weeks he was to return to tow ai d his dead son's picture. her, und he whispered Hint to her. Ou the day alter tire dinner parly Troubled limes now, with the carni- - Otto went to a hospital with Miss Vl" "!'J' r two on, mid the shop Braltbaralte. It was tba custom of the wnulows guy with liunnora; with the palace to send the flowers from its committee of ten in almost constant spectacular functions to the hospitals, session, and Otga LaaMadj aaMBMaaad and the crown prince delighted lu before It, to he told of the pussuge. und I liese errands. he thing she was to do; arttil the old So they went, escorted by the funcking Vary close to Ih" "pen daw, and tionaries of the hospital, past the mililledwlg being fitted for In r bridal robe tary wurds, where soldiers in shabby und for somber Muck at one ttttag. uniforms sat on benches in Ibe spring Troubled times, Indeed. The city sunshine, to the general wards beyond. ..;:s sin.'ldeiing, BBd from asome Tba erowu prince was aliine-- l hidden Mi-- s tranaa aMawa bud eoaaa i new rumor. behind tba ni infill he curried. Xothlug a ss HMB thut the royalists, Brnitbwatta had all she could bald. baa dad by the chancellor, de.spHiriug of A convalescent patient, in slippers crowning tba bap prince, would, on the many sizes too large for him, wheeled ing's BaaHb inuke' away wllli Jilin, the remainder in a burrow, and bJbMBI Ihus pulling Radwtl "ii the throne BBBai the burrow in his exiiteuienl. lledwlg, queen of Kariila perhaps Through long corridors Into wurds by secret BaMplaia. freih scrubbed against his arrivul. The city, which udoieil the hoy, was w'th while count erpuyies exactly seething. The rumor hud orlgltiat"d quart', und patlcuis forbidden to move with Olaa l.oschck, who hud given it MM disturb tba aaoBMtricaJ aaaetaaaa tu the eeaBMtttoa as a uaoful wcupiui. of the beds, went I'rlnce Fcrdiuuiul Thus would she huve her revnge on WUliBM Olio. At each bed lie slopped, HaSM "f Hie pUBBBi and ut the siuue selected u llower, and held it out. lime secure her own snfety. Ue. u;;c, BMM HMM wen- w ho reuch' d out, and indeed, for she knew the wuy of such look It with u smile. Others lay still, Illinois, how they Ily from BBBM to uml saw BBBjbV hoy nor blossom. house, sin i in sircct. Mow be lu- "ihey sleep, highness," Hie BBBM BBBaUl, proclaiiulug I heir iuiloceU''e, would sny. look even Hie more guilty. "Hill their ees lire open." When she had placi d Die scheme "They ure very weary, aud resting."-IIII" committee of leu, hud aeeu the tUuver audi cases be pi a lb.cugerm. s with which I bey grusp, il ou the pillow, ami went on. II "In thla wuy," abe bud ajdd, lu her One audi, however, lying wllli vu aewntful, Inclalvo lonca, ".he ouua of cunt oyea fixed oil the celling, turned Iln but la pg on you, hill oil Iln III. uml glum i d ul Ibe boy, und lulu bla ii who liven huve uo ayuipalb amply uuae crept ii faint inlelllgcnce. wllli your iiiiioiiiriil will urn ul aucb II waa mil much. He aeemed to qlles-- i a rumor, 'Ih" better lie- ill nen, ifie Inn with Ilia eyes. Thai waa ull. A iiiore ii liner o home nml order, ibe Hie Utile prnceaaliill moved ou, lura ollllllgeil he Will be Kiery III II cd himself on Ula elbow. " III the city with u child of Ida owu will "Who wua Ihul?" .' i.l Iiaflilllal Ibe pub,. II" Il Ull. Ill lia ' e I.. II "alaibilue," the hunh r lunl auld, I III created, wua huay keeping lla aliulgbl uml lo tollaWtBJ 'he pro "ou ahould he ol III" i .i liliillli . " Hill alo bud Igliol "I III ,,p. . Ii ..u k'or Ihu man bud BMM "f KM i'liriy. Iclupluoualy, ami goo on lo other iml apuaaa bafuro. i lliliiga. 'wn priuce." Nua ovorylbliitf Iln aP k mull lay buck uml eleaed unui.a d ' lunl put bla lib " I" Ilia vyoa, Boon he slept. Hla couirudu lluinhi work mi a ctiinhal di an ( fur a auutll III Ibv Heal hod be. koUed lu a alalor, buy, aud bod aiuj.,1 b, i . u hy "Ha baa apukou," bo aald. "blibor aa fur ibo Amwrlaaii bo roouvon, ur bo dlaa" BaM Uut II llul liaatkal did uul dlo. Ua Uvad " itmf tpaalff idVlf' aaMVtlaV' III to dbt Mb BMt Ml lite auaaiuj irtola, i "' l'"or myself," said the countess, "the I problem would not he difficult. should go tn my plnce In the mountains. An old priest, who knows me well, would perform the marriage. After that they might find me if they liked. It would he too late." "This priest he might be difficult." "Not to a young couple, come to him, They perhaps, in peasant costume. nre glud to mnrry, thesre fathers. There Is much irregularity. I fnncy," she added, still with Ivr carefully detached manner, "that a marriage could be easily arranged." Rut, before long, she had dropped her pretense of aloofness, and wns takcounterplot !" ing the lead. Hedwlg, weary with the "Bat the chancellor" struggle, now trembling with "Certainly the chancellor 1" mocked nervousness,andput herself in her hands, Olga Loschek. "Highness, for years he listening while she planned, agreed has had a dream. A great dream. To eagerly to everything. Something of fulfill his dream to bring prosperity grim BMBBBBMto BBBM Into Olga and greatness to the country, nnd face after n time. By doing this naturally, to him who pluns it, there thing she would lose everything. It is a price to pay. He would have would be impossible to coiucmI her ynu pay it." No one. knowing Iledwig, connivance. Redwlg raised her face and searched would for n moment Imagine the plan the ol her woman's eyes. hers. Or Nlkky's, either, for that mut"That is all. then?" she snid. "All ter. this other, this fright, this talk of She, then, would lose everything, treason ami danger, thnt is not true?" even Karl, who was already lost to her. "Not so true as he would have you Hut nnd her face grew set nnd her believe." replied Olga Loschek steadeyes hard she would let those plotily. "There me malcontents everyters ih theli grisly catacombs do their where, In every land. It Is ull BM own filthy work. Her hands would be bit ion. one dream or another." etoaa of that. Hence her amusement "Hut my grundfather " thai at thil bite dny she, Olga Loschek, "An old mun, in the bunds of his should be saving her own soul. mini atan !" So itwas arranged, to tba last deHedwlg rose and paced the floor, her tail. For It must be done nt once. lingers twisting nervously. "Hut It la Bad Wig, a trlSa terrified, would huve postponed It a day or so, but the countess was Insistent. Only she knew how the vary hours counted, had them numbered, indeed, and watched them Hying by with u sinking beurt. If she gave a lleeting thought to the palace, to the crown prince and his impending fate, she dismissed It quickly. She had no uffectlon for ami as to the boy, let them look out for him. Let Mettlich guard his treasure, or lose it to his peril. The passage under the gate wus not of her discovery or informing. terror-strickeLos-cliek- 's (Continued next week.) WAR CROSSES FOR YANKS Six Germane in Sergeant Routed l v. " WW - I he-fo- is-- I -- I I 11 i W cov-ei- a . . w- - i'il m "But It la Too Late," She Cried. before HM Americans could tire und too lute," abl cried ut Inst. "Everythe Germans (hen used grenudes lu an 1 thing is arrange. I. cannot refuse effort to cat off the sergeant and three now. Tba) arnald I don't km w whut of his men from the rest of the purty. l hoy woul-Sergeuul Cunningham climbed the pat do to me !" "lio! To Ibe grnnildulighter of tho Uiet of u trench, emptied his pistol klug. Whut cnu BMP do?" und then fell exhuusted Into the f thiuga, to do her li. m il. The QaMMMI incnnliine hud Thut iiNpecl cretin, bad never occurred lo Hedwlg, been driven off. She pBBMd In from of ilm BaMaMBb "Whut cull 1 do?" ahe uaked pitifully. Like. United State Cuatoma. "Tlmi I dure not presume to auy. I "The only thing I bate uboiii urmy flllnc beeilUae I fell I cull "lily oay life la (he mud," wrlles Private lial, In paw pluce, I ahould do." Wren of CoMpBBy 1. One lhm "I urn afruld. Vou would uul bo di ed aud Sixty sixth lufuuiry, France. lledwlg ablvafadi afruid." "What "I auw a cow wuik from Hie barnyard through a house ami rlghl out would you du?" door, uml decided then nmt ( "If 1 knew, blgbueaa, that eouie one. like OM cuatoiuh'of ibe United Statea for whom I cared, hliiiaelf canal deeply enough to tuuke auy aacrlbvo, I army bettor than the ouoa over bora," 1 ahould demand happluuae. rather ap at alakir laaul it lio yoa Ihluk I ab. mill loan Iba world, aud gain Ht,, Uo heal lui all tliluaa at bladder traul.lca. aouieiblug iiu, bappluoaa." "Deuiaud I" Bodwlg aald bupoleee-ly- . taaul BBM iclirl la !M huiiia boiu all l,4, t "Yea, yuu wuuld deuiaud It. I can-ua.lo ami I. la 1.1. r iiuatilci laaul it , wt. deuiaud I BM alwajB too aalaM roauar Ma aad lieu a aoMb at vv "Quiet Day" Skirmiah. Lieut. Sidney Kllevuld, Brand Itap-IdMich., bus received the Kronen, Wnr Cross for currying u wounded man buck from the first line trenchea while under tire. Sergeant ('buries H. Cunningham of Grand Kapbls, Mich., has won the French War Cross for routing six Germans who tried to capture bla In one of the little net Ions characteristic of quiet duys In quiet sectors. The sergeant wus leading u patrol of ton men to reconnoUcr the enemy's trenches when Ills detucluuenl wuh ambushed hy ii party of Germans. Cunningham was hit ill the breast and arm s, ft """f