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AUGUST 28, 1918 LITTLE GIRL GETS THREE Pages No. 9 MISS CONNIFF FIRE DESTROYS RESIDENCE AND BARN Home of Mr. Geo. Denham Caught Fire From Mr. Aubrey's Barn. Originated From a Pile of Burning Leaves. First To Enlist From University of W. V. Sergeant Walter parents are Rev J M. Keenan. FOUR SELECTS CALLED FROM The Provost Marshall General will receive a call within a short time for a large number of stenographers who have had legal training. Only white men in group "C". qualified for limited or special service will be accepted Resigned as Assistant Cashier under this call. Men who quality under this call will of E. H. Shellman Co.'s Bank probably be assigned to the J uile To Go In Red Cross Work. Provost Marshall Advocate and General's Department and they will Has a Brother and Sister Al- be required to report court martial MM and attend to other matters ready in Service. pertaining to military matters in the Held. This work is interesting and Irvington Aug. (Special). Miss will give invaluable experience to forMargaret Conniff, assistant cashier of tunate applicants. E. H. SheJInian & Co.'s Hank, lias reCJualilicd registrants should presigned, having been solicited to ac- sent themselves to the Local Hoard cept overseas service in the capacianil have themselves listed for this ty of Red Cross Secretary. Miss service. Conniff is secretary of the Irvington Local Hoard tor the County of BreckChapter and is very capable. She will inridge, State of Kentucky. sail the :2nd week in September. Miss Ky. Nell Conniff, a sister, who is a Red Cross nurse, will soon go over, their brother. Lieut. Wm. Conniff has been in France since April. Irvington citizens loathe to give Miss Conniff up. but realizing her efficiency in this great work we do not bid her stay but wish her God speed. Died in Louisville Friday. Born TO GO OVERSEAS whose R. C. SECRETARY DEAN OF HOTEL CLERKS IN KY. Relief From Drouth. Following a drouth which was seriously damaging war gardens and the corn crops of this community a heavy rain fell Sunay evening and showers Monday relieving the intense heat and drouth. Vegetation has been suffering considerably for the want of rain and it came in the nick of time to save most of the late gardens. Owing to the main thoroughfares not being oiled, the dust has been almost ' and Reared in Hardinsburg and Known Throughout The State. Clerk of Willard Forty-thre- e Hotel Years. For unbearable and the truly a blessing. showers Alexander Washington JoilCI, until short time ago chief clerk of the Willard Hotel and dean of hotel clerks in Louisville, died at t:.:i) o'clock Friday afternoon at his home were on '.'4.' East Chestnut street. His death was due to Kright's disease, a C. H. S. OPENS from which he had suiTeredfor some d time. He was in his sixty-secon- year. the oldest hotel clerk in Louisville in point of service having been connected with hotels in years. the city for the last forty-thre- e He was probably the best known ho tel man in the State. Repeatedly he had been offered places with hotels in Other cities, places that were more lucrative than the one he held, but he preferred to stay in the city. During his years of service he had made a host of friends both in the city and among those who were called upon to Mr. MONDAY Jones was SEPT. 2 Superintendent, O. F. Galloway Desires All Pupils to Start in at the Opening of School. French and Domestic Science to be Stressed. On Monday morning September 2, at 0 o'clock A. M. the Cloverport Public Schools will open for the 191S- - lg session. We are glad to announce that most of last year's teachers will be in the school again this year, which will materially aid in getting things running smoothly without delay. It is earnestly requested that all children who possible can be present at the opening session, so that the classes will not be interrupted by pupils coming in after work has started. We invite all patrons of the school to attend the opening. Some mutters of interest to the community will be discussed among which we mav mention the compulsory school law. We shall try to explain this law for the benefit of any who may not fully under stand it, so that there may be no travel. Mr. Jones was born November IS, 1S.", in the hotel in Hardinsburg. Ky., of which his father, A. VV. Jones, was proprietor. Upon his father's death he accepted a position offered him in Louiville, and March :J4, lHTii, arrived here to begin his career as hotel clerk with Col. Joseph B. Alexander, at the Alexander Hotel, Eighth and Main streets. When Col. Alexander became proprietor of the Willard, at the time of Louisville's great exposition, Mr. Jones presided over the office. In those days the Willard was political headquarters and the leading men of later. The Cloverport High School offers exceptional advantages to pupils of Cloverport and Breckinrlnge county who wish to secure a first class high school education. We offer a course equal to any school in a town the size of Cloverport, and meet fully the requirements of the best colleges. Besides the usual courses in English, History, Latin, Science and Mathematics, we expect to offer strong courses in French and Domestic Science and if there is a demand for it, Agriculture. Let us all work together to make this a banner year for the school and make the opening the best in the history of the school. The superintendent would be glad to hear from anyone who is thinking of entering high school, and show why Cloverport is the best. O. P. Galloway, Supt. the Democratic party gathered there. The famous Patchwork Club was organized at the time with the Willard as its headquarters. He possessed a cleverness that was astounding in anticipating the wants of the guests, and an unfailing mem ory of faces and names. M. Jones himself was seldom forgotten, for he possessed a beard of such notable length and luxuriance that men once seeing it would never foget it. He was a member of the First Christian church for over thirty years. He was also a member of the Royal Arcanum and the Louisville Lodge of Masons, No. 400. He is survived by his widow, who was formerly Miss Mollie R. Tucker, daughter of the late T. C. Tucker. Funeral services will be held from the residence this afternoon at 4 with burial private in Cave Hill cemetery. Pall bearers will be Dr. T. D. F'inck, Maj. John H. Leathers, W. Scott Miller, George Geutig, J. C. Bennett, Walter S. Edinger, John Settle, Alexander M. Woodruff, Roger G. McGratb and Dr. Gilbert Smith. Courier-Journal. Sawyer Home Place Sold. Mr. Chas. P. Sawyer, of Columbus, O., has been here for several days for the purpose of closing a real estate deal with Mr. J. R. Bandy, selling the latter the Sawyer home place in the East End. Mr. Bandy is half owner of the Star Roller Mills. He with Mrs. Bandy and their son Maurice Bandy, will take possession of their home in the early fall. Mr. Powers' Sister Dead. Mrs. Elizabeth Collins, sister of Mr. C. C. Powers, of Addison, died evry suddenly at her home in Cannel-ton- , Saturday afternoon. She was esventy three years old and the mother of three sons and two daughters, all of whom survive her. Mr. Powers, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Wm. Ahl, attended the fneral.. officer, but because of his On Saturday evening between 6::to ears he is compelled to wait until he I.ittle Miss Grace Landers, who spends before he can accept most of her time with and 7 o'clock the home of Mr. Geo. is twenty-on- e her grandmother, the commission. At present he is in Mrs. H. Blair on the Cloverport and Denham on the hill, and the barn of France with Itattcy D Itttl Field Ar- Hardinsburg pike was badly injured Mr. Will Aubrey, which was near tillery. R. A. 1'riday afternoon when she playfully the residence, were both destroyed by Sergt Keenan's mother and youngattempted to jump on a motor fire. The barn was the lirst to catch er 'brother. Willard. are in Kentucky truck as it was passing along the pike triiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. lire, quickly spreading to the resiIn so doing the child's dress evidently for a month. caught in the chain gear on the side of dence and for a while Mrs. Malinda the car and pulled her underneath as Bcavin's home was in consider. ibte. her dress was considerably torn and danger. The city's fire extinguishers covered with chain grease. were used and kept the Hames within The truck was driven by Mr II I,. the confines of the two buildings Stader of this place, who was returning home from Hardinsburg after delivering The fire started from a pile of ice in that city. Mr. St.ider noticed the a burning leaves. Mrs. Aubrey little girl in Hie road as he was driving cleaning up her back yard and hail along and had a little hoy in the rear oi raked the leaves near the barn and set By Fire Saturday Evening in the truck, biitdidnot see the child tr lag fire to them. As it happened that to jump on the car and not until heheird Owensboro. Millions Lost. everything was so dry from not havher cry did he realize what had h Impelled. ing any rain, the lire spread very raMr Stader picked her up and took her Practically Covered by pidly and before enough men could phsycian toiler grandmother's ami Insurance. reach the scene, the barn was burning Mowed immediately wh said the was 'l and the flames leaped to Mr. child had three ribs broken It is bee cottage. Light From Huge Flames lieved this is the extent of the injuries Mr. Denham and his two daughLittle Miss Landers is about ten years Here. ters purchased their home about I old and when Mr. St.ider went to seeyear ago. coming here from off of a the following day she w is very anxious farm near town. They saved several Owensboro, Kv. Aug. 2t. Great piles that the MgsM of the accident should pieces of furniture and most of their at debris are all that inn lin of the bi; not be upon him and she told him, "It clothing. distilling properties of the Green Kiver was all my own fault " The child's Distilling Company, which were des- mother lives in I.ouisvi le but VM here troyed by fire here Saturday night, when the accident occurred OSUSlug a loss between :i,(HHI iKK) and 14,000,000, Officials of the company American Soldiers Given a estimated that 43,000 barrels of whisky Message From King George. gallon were destroyed. valued at gj The whiskey was fully insured. As the American soldiers arrive in The insurance companies pay on policies according to the market value France each one is handed a personal greeting from King George which of el whiskey Judge Henson Sends Letter of cials of the on the daysay the tire. Offi says: "Soldiers of the United State., company they have re Felicitations to His Sue- cently been selling Green River whisl. v the people of the llritish Lies wel5') a gailon. Hcwever, the come you on your way to take your as high us cessful Opponent. market valueat the time of the lire was stand besides the armies of many !d around ftjk33, In addition to the loss nations now lighting in the Henson Makes Good Majority sustained by the Green River, the Rock World the great battle for tinmen Sprains Distilling Company lost HOD freedom. in His Home County. The Allies will gain new heart and cases of whisky whicn were on a sidemore cases of spirit in your company. I wish th.V J. W. Henson. of thil city, track. Pour hundred Jude could shake the hand of each of you win made a splendid race against tireen River whiskey were being placed in the car The Crten River had many and bid you God speed on your misjudge Settle, of Warren county, Kension. George R. I. April 1918. tucky, for the democratic nomination large orders on hand. A copy of this message is in the Owing to the distaut location of the for the court of appeals, and lost by a distillery the firemen could not use hands of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Lie narrow margin, has sent the followfrom their son, Casper Gregory, ing letter of congratulation to his their hose and the chemical engine ory could not defeat the fire which had who landed in France a short while successful opponent: Greg"August :;0. litis gained headway into the stoiercom ago with his brother. Norman where 20, Olio cases of whisky were ory. "Judge W. K. Settle, Frankfort, Ky. stored. L'uable to handle the situation The message is a reproduction of "My Dear Judge: From the rethe firemen returned to the city and King (ieorge's handwriting and is turns it appears that in the recent left the flames to plav their part in the printed on a single sheet with the primary you won over me by a fairly destruction ot more whisky than ever royal coat ot arms. close margin the nomination tor "went up in smoke" in a)y previous Judge of the Court of Appeals. distillery firi. upon "You are to be congratulated By the destruction of 43,000 barrels Miss Gladys Simms in England. the successful race you made. While. of whisky, it is estimated the United I was disappointed in the outcome, Mrs Joe Beavin of this city received a States Government will lose approxistill I greatly appreciate the splendid cablegram August 10, from her niece, mately $0,000,000 which would have vote I received all over the district Miss Gladys Sitnuis which bore the news gone into the treasury as Federal tax and especially am proud of having of her arrival in Portland, England. J. W. McCulloch is president of the carried my own county by 1,820 in Miss Siuims is a member of Dr. Green River Distilling Company. majority ever given the largest side of Barrows Uuit, No 4O, ami is a graduate On the railroad track at the nurse. Before going in training a candidate here, and that, too withthe distillery property was the mangled army my having spent a single day in body of a white man. He had been for overseas service Miss Sinims visited out home, last fall. the campaign in this county. I am one of the many who had drunk of the in Cloverport her former in learnvery grateful to my friends, as doubt- whisky that was running in streams Her friends will be interested less you are to yours, for their cor- into a ravine that led to the Ohio river. ing of her safe arrival over there, dial support. He fell into a stupor on the railroad Saturday Evening Party. "Of course I am for you now, and track and was cut to pieces by early shall vote for you at the November morning trains. So badly was his body Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hitch delightfully election. mangled that it has been inpcssible to entertained at their home on Railroad "With kindest regards, I am identify the man. street, Saturday evening iu honor of "Yours truly, their son, James Fitch who left Monday "J. W. HENSON." Miss Maud Smith Will Teach to enter military service. Henderson Gleaner. The porch and lawn were lighted with In Beechmont School. Japanese lanterns and as the guests Help the Little Orphans. Miss Maud Smith, Hardinsburg who arrived they were served lemouade and taught in the Hartied school last year later in the evening ice cream and cake. of the Cloverport has accepted a place as teacher in the Chrysanthemums were given as favors The members Methodist church and Sunday-schoKeecbiuout Graded school near Louis- to the invited guests who included: have been called upon to help till six ville. Misses Martha and lanily Keid, Jane dozen quart jars with canned fruit or Mary Owen Oel.e, Tula Lightfoot, e With Miss Smith's leaving The vegetables, which will be returned to News is loosing, in point of Babbage, Chlora Mae Seaton, Louise Orphans Home in service, one of its oldest oldest corres- Nicholas, Mildred Kyler, Addie the Methodist Messrs. Forrest Louisville. and Kva Wroe pondents as she has had the place for Donald Wcatherholt, This request comes from the Super over five years, and during which she and Leonard Seaton, Randall intendent of the Home who is anxious was all that a newspaper could ask of its Gregory, Willie to lay in a store of food supplies for correspondents. Wcatherholt, Byron Whitehead, Alfrsd Mr. aud the children this winter on account of Miss lleltie Taylor, Hardinsburg has Wroe and Haired Babbage. the growing demands of the Home. been selected as a competent successor Mrs. Kuther I'ate. The jars are at the Methodist parson to Miss Smith. J. B. Smart's Nephew Killed in Action. age and any of the above mentioned Mr. Joe B. Smart received a mesmembers will please call there and get Andrew Ashby in France. sage last week stating that his nephone or more to fill with some kind of fruit or vegetable. Mr, and Mrs, Will Ashby just received ew, Geo. C. Smart, had been killed in Orphans Home Committee a card this week telling of the safe ar battle in France. The soldier was Mr. C. w Moorman rival overseas ot their son, Audrew 19 years old and the son of Mr. Jno. Mrs. Prank Praise Ashby, Priv. Ashby entered the, service Smart, of Beaumont, Texas. He had Mrs, J. D. Babbage. been in service six months. the first of June, Sen-to- Tal'i rt Keenan and Mrs Keenan, of Grafton, W. Va., and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. O. RIBS BROKEN W Seaton. of Mattingly. Kv. has the distinction of being the first boy to enlist in I'ncle Sam's army from the When She Attempted to Jump a I'niversity ot West Virginia Sergt Ford Motor Truck as it Was Keenan is only N cars of age and before he reached his twentieth birthMoving. day he passed the examination for the office of Second Lieutenant as a SAYS IT WAS ALIL HER FAULT. CLOVERPORT Monday To Fill the Quota of Thirty-fou- r from Breckin- ridge County. Sent To Camp Zachary Taylor From Here. Breckinridge County was called on men to report to furnish thirty-fou- r to (amp Zachary Taylor. Monday, August ;." This call took four more who boys were: ot Cloverport's Forrest Moorman, son of Mr. and Mrs Hiram Moorman; Samuel Allen, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Allen; lames Karl I'.ohler. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hohler; and James B. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe The other selects called were: Charles Wathen Drury. Roscoe E. Deacon. Lester A. Comer. Karl Har-nen Glen Hell. Willie Noble. Mer-ccrea- GREEN RIVER DISTILLERIES DESTROYED Spalding. Raymond l'arton, Herbert L Taul. Sam A. Haycraft, Kstill K. Davis, Joe Macy, Wm. L. Rollins, Eire Ward Kiper, Harold Smith. Frank Pajrae, Clarence Redmond. Win. McKinley Blair, Kd Helloing. Edmund Mannin, John P, Fen- Den-bun- Per-ceptabl- tress, Irvie Coinpton. McKinley Rob-itHobtrt Moxley. Prentii I'ullen, rthur Kannapel. Clellic Matthews, Lawrence Tucker and Bryan Miller. s. Salltown Man Wounded in Action at Washington came message from the War Department to the I. H &: St. Saturday R. shops afternoon L. R bearing the news that, "Waggoner William I.indsey, Infantry, was wounded Degree and Deter in action July 2') milled Department not heard from." The ueMaage wee conveyed to l.indsey's wife who lives at llalltowu where there is no telephone or telcgrafa communications I.indsey is a son-i- n law of Janu s Blair of this city who gave the information vohniN ' red and entered, that Lindsi-training in Apiil and was soon after- wards sent to Prance A , CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED JUDGE SETTLE I A I . FOURTH LIBERT LOAN DRIVE i OPENS SEPT. 12' J. B. Hottell Named Publicity Chairman for Breckinridge ; Drive Lasts Publicity Twenty-tw- o Days. Directors Named. ol The Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign will open on September 2S, and continue up to anil including Oct I9, a peroid of twenty-twdavs. Saturday, Sept. 2N, and Sunday, Sept. 29, have been set a side as, "Volunteer Subscription Days." On Sunday Sept. jy, it is intended that all churches should receive volunteer subscriptions. The allotment for each county has not been made as yet. The Publicity Directors of Breckin. ridge county as follows: Cloverport, D. B. Phelps; Addison, L. D. Addison; Stephensport, Wm Gibson; Lodiburg, A. M. Hardin; Webster, Dr. T. J. Hendrick, Bewleyville R. P. O 1 , Irvington, K. J. Cain; Big Spring, J. L. Morris; Custer, Dr J. W. Meador; Mi Daniels, Eli Storms; Gleu Dean, Walter Moorman ; McO,uady, Rev. J. F. Knue; Mooleyville, Gabe Nevitt; Harned ; Garfield, I. B. Bob Weatherford; Hardinsburg, J. D. Shaw; Irvington, J. B. Hottell. J. B. Hottell, Publicity Chairman of Breckinridge Co, Rich-ardeon- Breck-enridg- Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our mauy friends of Cloverport "for their help and kindness iu saving our home which came very near being destroyed by fire Saturday evening. Our stable, hen house, coal bouse aud stable weie destroyed aud no insurance. Mr. aud Mrs. Wiu. Arbra. Ice Cream Supper. There will be an ice cream supper at Hites Run school, Friday night, Aug. .11. for the benefit of the Red Cross. Everybody invited. PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. STEPHENSPORT WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE the best the cheapest cheapest, is also that positive fact that the wearing of good clothes inspires confineice, self respect, and other things that make for success. Back of the idea that the best, in the long run is always the Here you find the best of all things in men's wear, Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Shoes. A line of good things evolved in an experience of half a century. Here too, on our Third Floor you find our Boys' store complete outfitting of the best goods for boys, for school or play. Here is also a department for Women's Shoes and Hosiery. A light, comfortable place away from the noise of the street, where the best and highest grade of women's footwear await inspection. We extend a special and cordial invitation to visitors of the Kentucky State Fair. For the convenience of friends we maintain a very painstaking, efficient Mail Order We invite in Department. quiries. out-of-to- m i par The Store of Standardized Values. (rutcher&tark 4TB &JEFFERSON INCORPORATED GKAXVILLE R. BURTON. President. FISCAL COURT. (Continued Iron last week) nme Paul Compton, Treasurer of eckinridge County, and presented open court three Railroad Bonds. 10, n Xos. IS and in for $1000.00 each and reported that Mid bond hail been fully paid. No, 10 having been paid August 1st I'.il 7, No.-- . IS and Hi on Sept. 30, KM with all accrued interest up to Mid dates and the Coupons due on and after January 1st, INI being attached, whereupon, on motion duly made, seconded and carwere all burned in ried said bond-open court and in the presence of the court. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that the Treasurer of Breckinridge county is authorized to determine by drawing and to immediately advertise (or two of the outstanding Kail Road District Bonds of $1,1111(1011 each and to reT - S. B. Payne, J. B. C. be paid out of the 1919 Levy. At a called term of the BreckinIt is ordered by the court that the following claims be and they are ridge Fiscal Court began and held in and for Breckinridge County at the hereby allowed: Court House in Hardinsbiirg, Ky., W. S. Ball, County Attorney on Friday, April 2li, 1iih. Present: $ 42.00 Office rent Hon. S. B. Payne, Presiding Judge Paul Coinpton, claim itemof Breckinridge County Court and 7.1.00 ized the following named Justices of the John N. Akers. Claim itemPeace tow it: Esquire Bobbins, Kee.i0 ized nan. McCoy. Heron and Bennett, befees A. McMeador, Jailors ing a majority of the justices in com- 143.69 itemized in Breckinridge County, mission B. Carman, Sheriff of BreckJ. Kentucky. inridge county, claim itemOn motion duly made, seconded 2 7..10 ized and carried, it is hereby ordered 14.99 Record Press claim itemized and directed that Sam Hassett, of Jno. D. Babbage. claim item-I- t Union Star, be and he is hereby appointed Live Stoi k Inspector of is ordered by the court that the Breckinridge County. Kentucky, in following named Justices oi Peace, accordance with Section Im of the be and they arc hereb) allowed their IMI Acts of the General Assembly, per diem: of Kentucky, and fixes his salary ut Esquire C. E. Bobbins, a days. tt.M $.'.1.(10 per month, effective May 1st 0.00 1010. nire J. J. Keenan, 3 days Horace McCoy, .1 days 0.00 On motion duly made seconded and Finnic 0.00 i .iined, it is ordered and directed Esquire D. C. Heron, 3 days that 0.00 the Claim of F.ast St Louis Budge F.s.iuire Abe Bennett, :i days U.00 Esquire J. M Howard, 3 days Company of $74.77, be and it is that the term of W. J. hereby allowed, being for work done It appealing Hall, Poorliouse Keeper, has expired on the Hardins Creek and Bough On motion of Esquire C. E. Bobbins Creek bridges. On motion duly made seconded and and secouded by Esquire J. J. Keenan, the said W. J. Hall was put in carried, it is ordered and directed monies in nil hands said railroad District will report bis acts at Term of this Court. It is ordered by the claims allowed at this deem and to pay olf same out of any belonging to Fund, and he the next April court that all term of court as said that the Hon. Judge of Breckinridge nomination for poor house keeper for the year litis, County and the Surveyor of said said term to expire DccciiiIkt St, County be and they are icreby ap1919, A yea and nay vote being pointed as a committee of two '.o taken resulted unanimously and he is inspect the Clifton Mills Bridge, and to either accept or reject same, ami therefore duly declared elected. The office of Pauper Commissioner In the event of acceptance the Judge having expired at this term of court. is hereby ordered to direct the Clerk C, M. Helton the present incumbent to issue a warrant to cover the same being nominated, no other nomina- which is (479O.09 as per itemized tion! being before the court, a yea cl aim of the Ball St. Louis Bridge and nay vote being taken resulted Company. On motion duly made seconded and unanimously, and he is hereby declared elected for the term of two years carried, it is ordered and directed from this date at I salary oi ? OO.'iO that the following be and they are hereby allowed, having been omitted per annum. The office of County Physician hav- in the Treasurers Settlement of the ing expired at this term of court. Dr. Regular April Term of Court, payE J Kincheloe, the present encum- able to the Bank of Hardinsbiirg & bent being nominated and no other Trust Co., and charged to the Bridge nominations being before the court.: Fund of Breckinridge County. ...... $ 11.40 and a yea and nay vote being taken It M. Basham resulted unanimously and be is here- - G, W. Stone. Judge of G. Co 11 7. .10 1..1II by declared elected for the term of Hardinsbiirg Livery 3.3H two years from this date at a salary J. R Steward.- S. J. Jolly MM of $7.1.00 per annum. UN The Magistrates in a body under Dent Brown 2.00 the direction of the court having in- H. B. Critcheloe 7. .10 . spected the Public Property of the Taylor Meador fi.25 county, reported that all of same is Sam Jennings 126.96.36.199 J. R. Steward in good condition. 1.50 On motion duly made, seconded Taylor Meador HU.U4 ami tarried court adjourned finally. G P. Macy Chas Blain 22.00 $204.07 - On motion duly made seconded and carried, it is ordered that Mr. D. H. Smith, Contractor for the construction of the Hardinsbiirg and Garfield Pike, be and he is hereby granted an extension of time of completion of the Hardinsbiirg and Garfield Pike to January 1st, 1019. On motion duly made seconded and carried, it is ordered and directed that the Court accept the bid of the American Rolling Mill Co. for Breckinridge County needs of Culvert Pipe for the ensuing year at the following list prices: I:.'", Hi Ga. (u) $1.41); 1.1", Hi Ga.. (i $I.H0 per foot; ,, 9jg.ft 94" Hi Ga per foot; 24". 14 Ga.. $::.:,( per foot; 30", 14 Ga., (a $4.:u per foot; 30", 12 Ga., $.1.'.).1 per loot; less a discount of 10 and olf of list and F. O. B. Destination. In Ke llardiusburg and Brandenburg f .1 Pike On motion duly made seconded and Carried it is ordered that the contractor for the construction of the Hardinsbiirg and Brandenburg Pike, from Hardiusburg to Gartield, D. H. Smith be and he is hereby allowed an additional compensation for the Miiis Georgia M iswell, Hardinsbiirg was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. M. A. McCubbiriH lust week. Mrs. Anna J. Dieckman, Sample was From Capt. S. T. Bandy. the guest of relatives here last week. Captain Stephen T. Randy, who is Mrs. Rachel Lay went to Tell City with the Ammunition Train in Saturday where she will be the guesis France, is :ilth son of Mrs. E. the J. Banof friends. dy, of Stephcnport, Ky. Mrs. W. H. Gibson and son, Wm. Dear Mamma: I am now in France Lowrv and Miss Kva H,isham were in after a pleasant voyage from the Cloverport Saturday. United States. The country is exHarry Kemp, Louisville was the week ceptionally beautiful and the people end guest of his father, Mr. IVrrv are very friendly and courteous to and Mrs. Kemp. the Americans. I am stationed near Miss Elizabeth F.nglish, Ammons a large town although the entire spent last week with lit r gi andmothtr, country is dotted with pretty little villages. This is a great wine counMrs. A. B. Crawford. Mr. Perry Kemp has sold his property try and the people drink it with on First street to Dr. O. 1C. Furgcson their meal. They also raise lots of potatoes, onions and other vegewho will move in at once. tables. Paul Irvin, Owensboro was the guest There is not much news that I can of his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Morgan I am well and have plenSunday leaving Monday for Elizibtth. write you. ty to eat. People in the United town. States get all the news about the war Kev. H. S. English and Mrs. English from the papers. I will write every and Mr. Noah Gibson will attend the week or two and will expect you to Breckinridge county Association which writ onie times. This letter will convenes Wednesday and Thursday at have to do for all the letters I owe Black Lick church Maxie Lucille. Prentis Pullen. Levy Rollins and From your son, Arthur Cannapel left Monday for Camp Capt. Stephen T. Bandy, Zachary Ta lor. 116th Ammunition Train, A. E. F J. V. Butltr, Reed was the guest of France. Mi. and Mrs. A. B. C'ashman last week. Had Little Thought of Ever Mrs. Wm Ahl was the guest of Being in This War. in (.annelton last week. B. Cashman are in Mr. and Mrs. A. Pvt. James Pate, who is in F'rancc, Oweusboro this week. writes his mother, Mrs. Winlicld Miss Merrel Sahlie, Oweusboro and Pate, that he never thought he would MavdeeChapin, Cloverport were guests ever be in this war when he was of Mrs C. A Tiuius Tuesday. reading about it three or four years Mr. and Mrs John Gibson and little ago. His letter reads: Miss Mable Withers. Sample were Dear Mother: Will try to write guests Saturday aLil Sunday of Mr. you a few lines in answer to your anil Mrs. W. 11 Gib.-on- . ctters received vesterday. I was A crowd from here attended theicc.Ka,l to hear from home and to know cream supper at Addison Saturday I thai all are well. I am just line my- evening. self and would love very much to see will. Mis. (Veil Dix was the guest of Mrs. you all, but don't know when Tliis is a tine country over here B?rt Cunningham at 1,'henauli last week. and line people too. They are so Wm Gardner Hawkins of the L'. S friendly, and believe me, they had a Navy is the guest of his parents, Mr. ,,mc before the war. Ut course now and Mis. P. D HawaiCS for ten days, (everything is tore up in some places, haven't given up yet Mfa.ll.h.1 ,h. .,.., fib sti" M KrCCt A",Cri" b' "0 "J-- " relatives at Skillman'this week. cans with a smile and try to talk to us.' Some have learned our language YOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE a little and we can talk to them in A thousand people look at your faco their language some, but by and by while one glances at your feet yet we icam to talk to them ail yon spend money to keep your shoes in condition and neglect your face. We all want to see our friends at RED CROSS Shaving Lotion (the luxury), makes old face3 home, but I have never seen a home- look young and keeps all faces in tha si, k American soldier yet. They oC?nMIV0n7lsand,i)ther,RI takl us in the trenches for a few days CROSS toilet articles sold only by then we are sent back to some town A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky to rest up for a while. And believe me we are in a nice one now. In a big hotel like living at home now. I have been in the trenches now Mr. and Mrs. lien Durban and chil- and know a little about it. You dren. Mr. and Mrs. Will Durban, Mrs. know one never knows anything unDora Rogers and daughter, oi New til he has had some experience and Albany, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. when I used to read about this war Frank Dow ell and Mr. and Mrs. three or four years ago, didn't realAmos Wood, last week. ize that one day I would be there in Mrs. Grover Bruntr and children it, but things will happen. You spent Thursday with Mrs. Perry know I am glad I am here, I would Skaggs. not be satisfied at home and all the Mrs. Fliza Horsley .pent a tow other boys gone over here so you days in Custer last wed. must not worry about me at all. I Mr. John Steerman returned from am well and strong and as healthy Kingswood. Sunday, where he lias as I ever was in my life. been at the bedside of his son. Jim Tell every one "Hello" for. me Steernian, who has had typhoid lit- Guess Dixie had a good time in is reported much better. used to have a girl Oweusboro. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dowell. oi West there. Point, visited relatives here, SaturWell must close now. Mamma, day, and Suti It. y. that tobacco, just let it go. I probMr. and Mrs. Jim Pool, Mr. and ably would never get it so please Mrs. Ernest Pool, of Nebraska, are answer soon. I am as ever your lovvisiting friends and relatives. ing son, I. B. Richardson was in Louisville James. one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Compton and Pvt. McGary Writes to The News. children, Mrs. Alva Beauchamp. Miss Fffie Poole spent Sunday with Mr. Mr. John D. Babbage, Editor The and Mrs. V'erner Whit worth. Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. M. P. Compton, of HardiusDear Mr. Babbage: The Breckinburg, spent the week end with her ridge county boys of my company daughter, Mrs. L B. Richardson. requested me to write a letter to The Mrs. C. R. Carlton and son, C. L. Breckinridge News so the people of Carlton, passed through town Satur- - our county might know that some of their boys had crossed the big unfinished part of his work on the pond and are in line with our Allies contract, amounting to 10 per cent, to lick the "Boches" or "duty cows" the same being conditioned upon said as the French call them. Now there are several of the BreckSmith's immediately resuming work on said pike and dependent upon his inridge county boys in this Company completion of said contract on or and I will give their names later in before January 1st, 1010, as set out my letter. We were formerly with in order heretofore entered, the said Co. M., 330th Infantry, 84th Divi10 per cent not to be paid until said sion, N. A., but were transferred to said Co. M., Bth Inf.. 5th Div., Regulars contract is completed within on February ItSth and we arrived in time Vote as follows: Yea; Keenan, France in April. Esquire Bobbins. will now try and tell you some Yea; Heron. Yea; McCoy. Nay; Kin nett, Nay. It is ordered and directed by the day evening enroute for Custer to court that the following named Jus- visit Mrs. Carlton's mother, Mrs. tices of the Peace be allowed their Anne Springate. per diem. Mrs. D. D. Dowell and mother, Esquire Bobbins 1 day $:i.00 Mrs. Lucy Haynes, of Hardinsburg, 3 00 are visiting their sister and daughter, Esquire Keenan 1 day 3 00 Mrs. W. H. LeGrand. Fsquire Heron 1 day FCsquire Bennett 1 day 3.00 The farmers have begun cutting toKsquire McCoy 1 day :."0 bacco at this place. D. D. Dowell, of Hardinsbrg, was On motion duly made seconded and carried it is ordered that the court the guest, Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. adjourn. W. H. LeGrand. S. B. Payne, J. B. C. C. Mrs. Fonza Milburn and daughter, (Continued next week) of Mattoon, HI., are visiting her fath . tela-tives . 1 j !If 1 ill 1 ! V" !,, thing of the country ai we saw it remark I heard from the boys was "what fine roads this country has." We have not traveled a dust road or seen one, and what is most remarkable is the shade trees along them. You can trace the roads for miles winding through the beautiful valleys and across the mountains. Now for agriculture, it does not measure up to the States, but there is more waste land in Breckinridge county than I have seen in all my travel across I'rance. For crops, they do not raise any here. Rye wheat, oats and hay are the field crops, hay is their big field harvest. Their beautiful vineyards have the appearance of a flower garden to us boys who have not seen them before. ' Now with the other boys helping me we will tell of our little experiences in the trenches. F"or fifteen days, except for the rats, we were not disturbed but one time. On the fifth of July the Boche decided to cele brate at our expense and they had the satisfaction of shooting a few holes in the air. The first tim you bar a big shell whistling near you, it is not a pleasant feeling and it does not take you long to decide what to do. We soon found the shortest route to the dugout, but we were very thankful that he shared his home with us. There is one thing we have got to do if we come back to the States with a whole hide, that is to move quick. You have got to move and do your thinking afterwards. Now this the life in France and the trenches as we Breckinridge fellows see it. I will now give you the names of the Breckinridge county boys: Corporals, Robert Noble, Gilbert Glasscock. Pvt. Johnny Avitt, William C. Mattingly, William T, Jolly, Leslie Jones. James Pate. James Wood, James Ritchie, William Tate, Coleman Wheatlcy, Herman Smith, Norton, Hubert Parks. ICstell Payne, Willard Pryor, Sherman Gibson. There arc other B. C. boys in our regiment but in different Companies, tiiey arc: Eugene Miller. Raymond Mingus, William Dowell, Charlie Hobbs. We hope this letter will be wOrrhy of. space in your paper and we all join in to yvish you and the people of Breckinridge success and happiOr-vil- le ness. after-shavin- g Yours truly. Pvt. Eugene McGary. Co. If., nth Infantry, A. P. O.. 74.1 A. E. F. F'rance. P. S. On a separate sheet you will tad a poem entitled "One Day of A Soldier's Life as Seen by Pvt. John W. Mills." "One Day of A Soldier's Life as Seen by Pvt. John W. Mills." Co. M., nth Infantry from Winnabou, N. C. GARFIELD 1 1 1 1 "There is a rattle of bells and rifles, When the bugle sounds patrol; We all stand at attention While Old Glory climbs the pole. We all wait and listen for mess call to sound, For a soldier is alway ready when chow time comes around. When breakfast is over And your mess washed and dried You hear a hateful whistle blow Which means every man outside. When every cigarette btt is picked up And the Company street all swept. Get your belt and rifles and do it with some pep. If you are just a minute slow Or your shoes don't shine, The Captain says "wake up there guy Or you will get double timet" Then go to the drill field marching four abreast And drill from eight to twelve without a single rest. Then go itto dinner all blue and worn thread bare Get a cussing by the Mess Sergeant if you have not combed your hair. And before you have time to change your mind, Its go out to bayonet drill; And the Sergeant sits down And says "boys practice at will." You drill all day and half the night. And all you want to hear, Is the bugle sound recall. And if you speak after nine, No matter what about, The Sergeant says, "Cut out the noise F'or the lights are out!" So there we are , er, Steve Davis, of Woodrow. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Macy and family spent last week with Mr. Macy's mother, Mrs. Patsy Macy. Tom Dyer, Virgil and Earl Harned of Dyer, unloaded fertilizer here one day last week. Cliff Gray, of Custer, was in town Saturday. Geo. Lucas, of Constantine, unloaded fertilizer last week. Mr. Sam Moredock, of Owensboro, has been visiting friends and relatives here. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. PAGE 3 PRICE QUALITY aAriSFACnON-Oaccount offrrnlhi conffsition OurSprintf m I RUTH LAW, THE FLYING WONDER, TO BREAK AIR RECORDS AT FAIR l atwwwww PRACTICAL HINTS FOR TREE PLANTERS (Prepnrcil hy the United Stnfs Da. parlrmnt of Agriculture ) Don't plnnt on ground poorly PUBLIC SALE at A. V. Whitwhrth s Farm mock u just arriving invit an in Jp.clion of UM new memorials now on xhibition at our display room. prrpiired. Don't plnnt on row, new, or noddy croiind. Don't buy n poor grnde of stock. Consult several nurser-icx- . Don't plnnt bite In the spring. BaHj work elves best results. Don't allow plants to become dry. dig Don't shallow holes. LOOMM tip the soil. Don't dig small holes. Tree roots must not bo crumped. DWI put grassy sods In a hole. Air spaces will kill the w, Saturday. Aug. 31. 1918 On Saturday August 31st P18 I will offer for sale at miles east of Stephensport and Union Star my farm 2 -2 NEW MULOOON MONUMENT CQ DIRECTORY Of Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge Hog Cattle and top. tree. Don't put manure In direct contact with tree roots. Don't plnnt carelessly. You nre working for the future. Don't trim conifer when planting. Don't plnnt hardwoods without cutting back of the one-thir- d Road, the following property: One horse, two good brood brood marcs, one good suckling mule, one Jack, two good milch cows, 5 head of stock cattle, 5 head of stock hogs, some farming impli-men- ts (good as new) and house-bol- d and kitchen furniture and a good set of Black-Smit- h Tools. Terms made known on dace of sale. Cash or good Bankable notes will be accepted. Sale will begin at 9 o'clock on said date. C. County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Don't fall to cultivate thoroughly. Don't let weeds grow. The trees need the moisture. Don't rob the plantation by planting other crops In It. Don't allow nny stock within the plantation. Don't expect largo grove In a year. Trees grow slrrwly. n c. AHL, Auctioneer. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fairs Past 1'ive Years :xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxoxxx x Apple Crop For Sale We are offering our entire crop of apples which includes seventy acres of apple orchard for sale either on the trees or we will pick and barrel them for the buyer. Apples are of excellent quality. For further information see: Earl Fella and Owen Masey, Holt, Ky. FALLS OF ROUGH We are needing raiu very badly. There are some Goverment men here from Evansville, Ind., who are cutting and hauling saw logs to be shipped soon. Mrs. Thee Wilkerson and son are visiting at McDaniels, this week. Valley Home Stock Farm W. J owe 4 SOUS, ftsprlstsrs 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle PHOTO O . IN XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Scott Robinson, IX B NAT OffAL Lietchfield was here Robin- last week to see his son, Eddie first-name- ORCHARD HOME FARM Proprietor G. P. MAYSEY, BREEDER OP Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. Hardinsburg ky., Route 2. C. V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. DEALER IN High-Cla- No more sensational, thrilling or inspiring sight could be imagined than Ruth Law's aerial performance in her Curtis biplane, in which she soars high above the clouds, or skims like a dipping swallow almost within reach of the earth as she spirals, loops, rides s taxi banks, and volplanes, and visitors to the sixteenth annual Kentucky State Kair, nose-spin- which will be held in Louisville ' Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. ss IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES Glen Valley Stock Farm E. I. IOIEITSOI, Proprietor Glen Dean. Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. aid Shorthorn Duroc Jersey Hogs will the week of September be electrified twice daily during the week and twice on Sunday preceding the Fair by this peerless wonder of the air. The Sunday flights, in which Miss Law will go after the altitude record and her own wonderful score, are part of a special Sunday program, which includes a magnificent sacred concert by Thaviu's Band of forty musicians, his special soloists of international fame, and a massed chorus of over three hundred singers from the Jubilate Choral Association, of Louisville, with Fred O. Neutzel, Flora Marguerite Bartella, Marie Si. p Mi- - son who has measles, fried and Leo Sandman as principals. Miss Mae Sarver and Vernon Tubb The has given invaluable regards have been ill with typhoid fever are with the Fair as the Sunday concert arrangements and improving. his connection with the Choral AssoSeveral more of our boys will be ciation guarantees a musical feature called to the colors Monday. of exceptional merit, and one which Mrs. J. C. Tilford and children, vies with the great attractions offered Rodman Mitchell, Ind., visited her sister, Mrs. in Ruth Law, who is sister to Law, the first "human fly" and one of Ida Springate last week. This is Mrs. the most daring and remarkable per- Tilford's first visit hon.e in live years. Mrs. Henry Morgan and baby are stunts in exist- formers of break-necence. It is claimed that Miss Law's visiting her mother at Alton, III. one ambition is to equal or excel her Miss Josie Day is visiting friends at famous brother, who has performed all Hartford this week. feats and more of the Several men from here will leave perDouglas Fairbanks supposedly Monday for Stithton to work on the forms in his screen "thrillers." In addition to these great attractions new contoument. the Fair management is this year offer-- i The school closed here this week on ing a prize list which will total to $78,-- I account of having no water. 000, despite the fact that the state's Miss Frances Fentress visited Miss appropriation to the Fair is but $15,000. This is done, and the entire proceeds Lora Springate, Sunday. from all sources turned back among Rev. Oliver is holding a meeting at the agriculturists in order to stimulate Stones View. indus-- . the agricultural and live stock George Fentress and family spent tries of the state am! thereby help the Government by helping food produc-- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jell Buckler. tion. TO BURN WOOD IN MISSOURI hair-raisin- g 1 1 Tobacco Crop I PAUL COMPTON I against loss by Protect your growing I Hail by Insuring with Hardinsburg, Ky. in Cheapest and most liberal Contract the Market Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 9-1- 4 SEPTEMBER 8 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thaviu's Band of 40 World Famed Soloists Chorus of 300 Voices Two Flights by Ruth Law Total Premiums $78,000.00 Beef Cattle Show Saddle Horse Stake $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000 00 Fatted and Feetfing Cattle Show $78,000.00 $15,000.00 Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Thos. O'Donoghue Dealer in and Breeder of Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Po- land China Hogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 THE HOWARD J. M. HOWARD FARMS 4 SON, Prop. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, Hardinsburg, Dealers In - Ky. Beard Bros. Ky. and Mrs. V L. Walker. Misses Edith and Mildred Hendrick-so- n were the guests Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs. C. A Compton, Robards Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smart. Several from here took a hay ride to Ky.. have returned home after a two New Bethel, Friday nignt to the ice weeks visit with relatives and friends. Everyone reported a Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Smart were in cream supper. fine time. Louisville a few days to be with their son, Simon before he leaves for another Mr and Mrs. Herbert Walker and two children were the guests of Mr. and camp. Mrs. Roy Walker, Sunday. Pvt. Herman Waggoner who has Mr. B. Hi Wilson, Alexandria, III., been stationed at Camp Taylor has is the guest this week of his daughter, been transferred to Alabama. W. llendrickson. Mrs. S. J. Burdett and daughter, Lou Mrs. O. Mrs. Ollie Sahlie spent Monday afterGila were in town Friday and were accompained home by Mrs, James noon with Mrs. James McClellan. Sahlie. Several from here attended the ice Miss Dora Waggoner, who has been cream supper at Stephensport Saturvisiting in Louisville and Irvington tor day night. Pvt. Clay Hawkins who was stationed the past week returned home Sunday. There will be an ice cream supper at at Fort Thomas has been transferred the school house Friday night, Aug. 30, to Alabama. for the benefit of the Red Cross. EveryDo you get up at night? Sanol i. jurely body come. Everybody invited. the best for all kidney or bladder troubles. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sahlie and child, Sanol gives relief in hours from all backren, Mamie, Irene and Allen, Mrs ache and bladder troubles. Sanol ia a guarPorter Atwood and son, Carl Bennett anteed remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at drug store. were the guests Sunday afternoon of the HUES RUN Mr Order Forbids Supplying Coal Outside of Towns in Fifty Counties of the State. Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 24. An order forbidding the supplying of coal for fuel for any domestic consumer outside Incorporated towns of fifty or more counties of southern and southeastern Missouri has been Issued by Wallace Crossley, federal fuel administrator, It was announced. Exception limy be made If wood cannot be obtained for fuel by the rural consumers of those counties. RUTH LAW AUTO POLO Sport Thriller Aerial Queen De Luxe Hippodrome Show Magnificent Send for Catalogue 604 Republic AUTOMOBILE RACES World's Crack Mlday Drivers Special R. R. Rates Fount T. Kremer, Seo'y Building, Louisville, Ky. 3"SGlsr,t m Hoosier Cotton! Selling at 20c Per Yard. Buy Now While it lasts. 'I Live Stock and Fall Ginghams We have received an attractive line of beauti-fu- ll ginfhams for children's school clothes; Also a line of stylish per- Tobacco UUI a. H0MT0N. Everything In Men the time to select your fall clothing and get the picking choice. We handle Cur-le- e clothing and Peters is Furniture When house-keepebegin their fall cleaning there will be many pieces of furniture they will want replaced or perhaps get something new for the winter. We have a rs BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Roofing Now The Webster Stock Farm Oaasr Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder lot Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Park Place 6. N. Lyddan AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Free Air Quick lire Servtce MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Our dress materare selling at reasonable prices and we advise our customers to buy now. cales. ials Shoes. Nothing better. full line of furnitre at at- tractive prices. Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. J. R. WILSON Glen Dean, Ky. Cloverport, Ketltucky PARR 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. So many of our readers are misting half of the news matter in this paper l not reading all the pages. Particularly do we mention the itCOWd and third pages which are brimming full of local IWWI and local advertising. KilPBBsWwlBjBsWp CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY. AUG. 28, 1918 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; ;5c for 6 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines. charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. Would you believe that our Want Column gels what you want so quickly thai tOflietimCI hc can only run an ad OM W9tk, Intt it is only those who arc wJm enough to know the value of dftrtisttlg who are getting the bcftffttl of this NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When you have finished copy of THE B RECK EN Kl Duh NEWS nann it to a iriena wno is uui subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. This is the last week you can buy W S. S. for $4.1!. Like Next week thev will be reading your everything else they are going up $4.80. DANGER OF TOO MICH OPTIMISM FARM AND STOCK. GREATEST WAR Undoubtedly the war news of the past month or more has been mot encouraging, and with Gen. March's latest an Remember the Whitworth sale near HERO IS LIAR divisions composed Stephen sport next Satuday. nouncement that America has thirty-tw- o more divisions of 1,440,000 men in France and with Charlie Tabeling. Tar Fork, was Rene Has Tales 101!) we are more encouraged enroute to Louisville, Monday. He over there, the war will end in said that the rain was worth $."00 of Daring Galore. than ever. But with all of this good news there is apt to he to his tobacco crop. liuiMf of iia heitur too ontimistic. hence- a slackmir up m our W A glorious rain came Monday just ALL PROVEN TO BE FINION war activities and a resting hack on our oars thinking the hat fifty-eigMedal-Bedeck1 That blackboard contains a very important lesson; grown-up- s know it. The money you save will be useful, but the habit you learn of banking money will be of untold value. Men of money know you for it they are looking for that kind boy. Come in and open bank accounts for and representing a cash outlay of decision this year. nearly $1100,000.00. All this money Mr. Gibbons said in one of his lectures that the Allied drive went into the hands of farmers of Breckinridge county. It is a credit this summer was not really a drive nor did I'och intend that to this enterprising firm of "home it should be. he was merely trying to disrupt the German plans. grown boys" who are not afraid to And furthermore, said Mr. Gibbons, "the American people do htings and do them quick and successfully. They have made monmust not make the mistake ol thinking the morale of the Ger- ey. It will be kept right here at mans is broken. The morale of the Bochc soldiers fighting at home and go into the home chanI would say as fine as the nels of home trade. is tie almost won. Mr. Floyd Gibboni who has been over there right along in the front line trenches acting as a war Correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, has come home invalided and is making lecture over the country for the specific purpose of driving home to the American people two warning-- , namely: that we I'.eard lirothers closed a sale last be not unduly optimistic over the Allied successes on the week with the Amarican Tobacco Co. for 000,000 pounds of dark tobacco Marne: and that we be prepared to withstand the winter peace at very satisfactory prices. This sale drive which (iermanv will surelv make over here bv the way closes their purchases for the season of neutral countries if she fails, as she will, to get the military which were around :i,000.0()0 pounds our parched anr dried up crops. Really crop conditions n this county were getting serious and Publication of Photograph In French many farmers had almost despaired Newspaper Leads to Exposure of of making anything at all. Now they Greatest Fakir of the War Enjoys are wearing a broad smile and feelConfidence of Army Officers and the ing better. tates Credit of Leading Paris in time to save Cafes-Ampu- your will of a your children. Own Leg. ' the front We excellent; however not American-.- '' George Campbell, special corres pondent of tli e New York Sun on the Western Front, says: tckl in i'lc "We have now had fifteen practi fj ' open cally rainless days and, while accusNos. in, Mr. Hoover on his return trip from the Allied countries. tomed to consider the weather only "'"ays that the people over there haven't the least fear of going in relation to military operations, the fully blessing the fortnight's dryness has Aagut'hungry this winter because they are depending on America to been to northern France in allowing Sept. ,iu.u1 Certainly there is nothing like having a reputa-jtt- t farmers to harvest their crops, is betion for dependableness. One f the greatest lessons to be yond compute. They have practicalbeing gotten out of thi- - war i the supreme importance of individ- - ly harvested all their grain. The co, in 1013. crops are generally good and in some t!'! uals and nations learning the value of being dependable, Then, according to his own story ried sections very good. Beets and po- Betrand won the war cross In a patrol ope exploit in the present war, when, after The woman who stays at home, tends her war garden then tatoes promise especially well." cou his companions were killed, he caH f cans her products for winter c and at the same time is comtured a whole German cooking outfit an at Laon, having killed most of the plying with all the food regulation- - and putting three good DISABLED SOLDIERS OBOES, Next, fighting with the British Ti on the Somme, be won the military at meals a day OB the table for her family, is the most loyal patREFITTED FOR DUTY cross by capturing 12 Germans single a riot we know ol -- he along w ith the rest of the heroes and herohanded. Meantime, he had been cap tured five times by the Germuns, but ines, deserves a page in the world - war history. Work of American Reconstruction always managed to escape. In the next chapter of his biography Hospital Division Proves Betrand appears in the tight around Highly Successful. Monastir on the Macedonian front, where he simultaneously operated four The success attained by the recon machine guns and wreaked such an struction division in fitting disabled awful havoc with the enemy that their attack was beaten off. At the battle soldiers for full or partial duty Is indicated In detailed reports from five of Monastir he essayed to rescue an general hospitals, made public by the officer who lay wounded in No Man's Land and was himself wounded In the surgeon general of the army. Of the 537 cases sent to these hos abdomen. Despite his pain, he dragged pitals from overseas and base Hospit- the officer back to safety and went out als In this country, 151 are now able again to rescue a wounded nurse. In to return to full duty and 212 are able the last trip his arm was shattered by to return for partial duty. Only 39 of a bullet and later was amputated. these soldiers will be unable to fol"Amputate Own Leg." low their old occupation. A total of Next we find Betrand a passenger 122 will be able to return to their old aboard a ship bound for France. The employment and do efficient work detorpedo which hit the vessel shuttered efficiency demands that you keep War time spite their injuries. one of Betrand's legs. Calmly ampu"From the time these men landed In tating it with his knife, Betrand bound your eyesight up to normal. The best way the United States, an effort has been up the stump, drugged himself to the to accomplish this is to have BALL make your made to keep their minds and hands rail, threw himself overboard, paused ecupled," says the war department long enough to rescue glasses. Proper glasses are as important as the captain and statement. "Curative education has swam to a piece of driftwood, where the right medicine and the best you can get been practiced with satisfactory re he lived for three days and three sults. The men have shown interest nights before being rescued by a Spanare the only safe kind to wear. In the "ward occupations," which conish vessel. For this Betrand said he sist of wood carving, knitting, weav- received the medal of the Legion of If you need glasses or contemplate changing ing, block printing, bead work, knotted Honor. your old ones, get them while you are attendwork, embroidery, educational work Numerous stars and leaves of palms and typewriting. Where facilities have ing the State Fair. been provided to give the men academ- that Betrand wore upon his war cross ic studies a genuine Interest has been had been acquired, according to his We manufacture all our Eyeglasses and Spectale, by 12 distinct acts of heroism shown to Improve their mental condition so as better to prepare them to worthy of the coveted cross, but the tacles right here in our own plant details of these Incidents huve not make progress in civil occupations. "Ask any OccuiM' After the men reach the point where yet been given to the public. they could leave the wards they were Instructed in shops and schools. QuarA NATIONS STRENGTH termaster repair shops are located IS IN ITS FOOD SUPPLY 613 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky. near some of the hospitals, and these are used to give instruction to the men Mary Anderson Theatre ut Use Opposite In mechanical occupations. At the present time 132 soldiers are taking AMEBIC A MUST FEED courses In automobile mechanics and MO, OOO. OOO ALLIES repair work. Shorthand and typewriting have attracted tbe attention Of 101. TRY A NEWS WANT AD TODAY 11 u-- believe in people being optimistic and there is no gift so enviable as that of being able to always see the bright side of everything, however there is a happy medium and it is this we want to trike. W e have not won the war yet and certainly m human being can tell us when it will be over, we are all mere ly guessing. The surest and safest thing for us to do is to keep "it with our food conservation, our buying of W S. S.. our war srardenimr. our knittina and buvins ol more bonds (L,,nd with it all keep steady in the boat until we have reached snore sateiv -. A. V. Whitworth returned from West Point Monday. He reports that he bought the W. L. Miller farm fi miles above West Point. It is well improved has a dwelling on it that cost $8,000 to build and on a good road. It cost him $7,000. Mr. Whitworth is a mighty good citizen, a splendid farmer and we hate to lose him from our county. Our loss is Hardin county's gain. Tbe heroic exploits and hairbreadth escapes of D'Artagnan, as narrated by Pumas In "The Three Musketeers," fade Into comparative Insignificance when compared with the achievements of Rene Betrand, as told by himself. Minus an arm and n leg, with nine medals glittering on his breast, and asserting that his body bore more than thirty bullet and bayonet wounds, "Pri vate Rene Betrand of the French colonial Infantry" posed in Paris as the greatest hero of the war. Now he hns been arrested as perhaps one of the war's greatest fakirs and the police authorities declare that he lost his leg and arm in a railway accident and that five imprisonments, instead of five citations, composed his record. Meantime, while reveling In the fruits of his own romance, Betrand en joyed the confidence of army officers and the credit of the leading Paris cafes. Bedecked With Medal. The medals he wore included the Cross of the Legion of Honor, the mill tary medal, the war cross with seven palms and five stars, the British mill tary cross, the Belgian war cross, the coloninl medal, medal of Morocco, and the medal for saving life, and the medal for wounds. In addition, he wore the "fouragere" of the Legion of Honor. Where he got them has not been dis closed, but to account for them Be trand constructed a story of wonderful Incidents, According to this tab be won the military medal by saving the lives of two officers and was him self wounded in the thigh when sur rounded by natives while fighting with the French territorial forces In Moroc Strength, Courtesy, Good We offer you Business Methods. & THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG TRUST CO. HARDINSBURO, KY. Total Assets Over $1,000,000.00 30E 2JC nor m LINCOLN mm SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. 4th and Market Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. Transacts a general Banking and Trust Busines mm We solicit your patronage Jslj PAUL COMPTON, Sect. Capital and Surplus Total Assets $300,000.00 $2,000,000.00 nnm Maybe It's Your Eyes! Economy Is Wealth Economy and banking go I!) hand in hand. The bank is thm goal of thm man who economizes. This com Vy U waking up to value of economy. It throws back the charge that it is a spendthrift nation. thm THE BALL OPTICAL CO. You X let, you bank your surplus. cannot economize un- See us about your banking. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. The Breckenridge News WEDNKSDAY. AUGUST 28, 1918 PAGE $ will enter College. ' the Spencerian Business BEWLEYVULE Mrs, Pearl Morton and Mrs. l.flTie Skil man of Mystic have l?en the guests of Mrs. Kiln Cotnpton, n to ( Iwensboro to Jim Snyder has visit his son, John Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Carmnn spent Wednesday in Irvinjrton the guests of Dr. R. W. Mrador ami Mrs. Meador. Miss Kdythe Harrison of Sioux City, Iowa and sister, Mrs, N. Jone-- , of N. V. have gone to Iowa. Wade Drury spent several days at home this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditcher of lirand-euliuspent last week the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (', A. Forte. T. J. Triplet is having a new barn built on his farm near town. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker spent Thursday with their daughter, Mrs, Sam Gross near Rosetta. Miss Wilda Triplet who is teaching school at Raymond spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred rg Classified NOTE Advertisements you MENTS. M. iina Kli.ahe th Keith an $ 2 ,V For Precinct ami City Office Katherine t'arr Keith are in l.oui-vill- e $ B.OO For County Officii $1." no For State and District Opcej visiting their aunt, Mrs. John 10 For Calif, per line .10 Garntlo and Mr. (jarnflo. For Cards, per line For all PuMications in the interest ot Lieut. Donnard Smith returned to individuals or expression of individ10 ual views, per line Camp Sherman, Sunday, after spend- Chas. P. Habbagc, of Louisville, was the week end guest of his sisters, Entered t the Pout Office at Cloverport, Ky Mrs. H. V. Duncan, and Mrs. J. H. at leconil fIim matter. Rowland. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Mr. Wilinr ( 'hapin lilt this week ADVERTISING BY THE for Louisville, where he lias accepted a position with the American Southern National Hank. GENERAL OFFICES If r, and Mrs Carl liritton, Mis-- . NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Eva Wroe and Alfred W'roe went to BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Owensboro, Monday, to attend the John Robinson circus. RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- i.irr I'll notify the rlitor when aovrrt mimnta: (hcnniinurl. FOR SALE . FOR SALE .id for Clan, the h.ini.l howc (Mi the Hilt, ami varaflt lot adjoining. Ai II Apply to mlrlkiti. Llnvrrpfirl, Ky ' M J BO. Located rOR BALE Koff I nnnnto. IpkndM dwelling, ccatrsllj pffct und terns writ' or mil Otofnffpafft, Ky. a Btt "iir Mm' wnrk short at $1 to $2 pair. K. R Midlothian, Irvington, Ky. Wanted Miscellaneous CKENUllMiE H H WANTT'h Ynu lo Bftfeaj extra money hy rmtlnsr that spun- rMm or your meant lnu lv running ;i Wunt Ad. in THE HUE NEWS ond Ictf is a list of articles thai every school child will need and there is no reason wb they should noi be equipped when they enter school on Midlothian, dflOlff in New and Src Hand ( iood- - I rvington. Ky Monday September this community. Fountain IVns School Scissors School Thimbles School Sponges Ink Tablets Pencil Tablets Crayons School Slates Ink Pen Points I 'en Holders Slate Pencils 2 1918 Train Schedule on The L, H. & St L 1918 0:20 R'y. Effective July 1st, EAST BOUND No. 142 will leave Cloverport Arriving I rvington ing several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Worden. Mrs. Harry Edwartls and daughter, Miss Mary Louise Edwards, of Jefferson villc, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bailes last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dorst Masterson and Miss Mildred Masterson, of Trov. Ind., were the guests Sunday of his sister, Mrs. John Hemphill. W. M. Parr, of Wyle, Texas, is the G. P. guest of his brother-in-laCunningham, at Chenattlt. Mr. Parr is a wealthy farmer of Texas. WANTED A .MiaJl (arm with dwelling. located near Clovernort For further information address The Brrcketi ridge News, Cloverport, Ky. 40 to Hut ajtfM The penniei and dimes you save in the purchase here, soon amount to dollars, and in our annual school sales we have saved many a dollar for the parents of Rulers Lead Pencils Pencil Sharpeners Dr. J. C. 0VERBY DENTIST 10 15 12 :20 Arriving Louisville B :08 No. 144 will leave Cloverport.- 6 :00 Arriving Irvington 7 :55 Arriving Louisville 5:15 No. 146 will leave Cloverport 0:07 Arriving Irvington.- 7 :50 Arriving Louisville- 4:00 No. 148 leavees Henderson. 5 :00 Arrives Owensboro Located permanently in Hardinsbi'rg, occupying office recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs, Owen Hardaway and Dr. Walker. baby and Mrs. Ira Sipe of Iowa arrived Friday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hardaway. Mrs. Fletcher Dlanford and children 6:20 left Saturday for Louisville where they Arrivet Shopa WEST BOUND will join Mr. Dlanford and make that 10:38 No. 141 will leave Cloverport their future home. Arriving Owensboro - 12 :01 Mrs. J. P. Holder, of Irondale, Q, 12 :58 Arriving Henderson Messrs Ceo. Compton, Guy Dandy and bushels for $1.75 - - 1 :25 Arriving Evansville returns to her home this week Carl HCompton were in Hardinsburg, 7 :40 Arriving S. Louis.- 6:40 No. 143 will leave Cloverport... a months visit to her brother, Monday. after per bushel. Terms cash. 7 :O0 Arriving Hawesvllle- Mr. Jesse Isome, and Mrs. Isome. 8:07 Arrivincr Owensboro Mr. and Mrs R. I,. Jordan of Louis11:37 No. 145 will leave Cloverport Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solbrig, of ville have returned home after a visit to 12:48 Arriving Owensboro CHAS. H. 1 :40 Arriving Henderson... Louisville, motored here last week his sister Mrs. W. J. Stith and Mr. Stith. 2 :07 Arriving Evansville 7 :59 A. M. Arriving St. Louts of Mr. Solhrig's 6:50 A. M. and were guests No. 147 will leave Shops Miss Dertha Forte is in Drandenburg :Otl A. M. brother, Mr. Henry Solbrig, and Mrs. on a visit. Arriving Owensboro v wm A. M. Arriving Henderson... Solbrig. Chas. McCoy entertained at the home Miss Kathleen Squires gave a of his sister, Mrs. Wade Drury, WednesPerry Kemp, Stephensport, was in house party last week and had as her day evening the following young people; Hartlinsburg Monday. guests, Miss Margaret O'Rielly. Miss Misses lidythe Harrison of Sioux City, Miss Martha Willis will spend Agnes Jarboe and Miss Shelly Pool, Iwoa, Mary Forte, Dettte Lee Jolly and Thursday in Louisville. Messrs Walter Mary Louise Hardaway. all of Hardinsburg. Phio Hawkins, Stephensport, reDrury, Percy Forte and Tom Hardaway Mrs. Chas. Lightfoot and her sister Mrs. Chas Davis and three children of turned from Louisville Monday. Miss Anne Hambleton, and Mrs. Fred Sam H. Dix, Stephensport. made a Ferry, of Louisville, were in Hawes-ville- , Henderson Co. are the guests of Gilbert British Get Two Pounds a Month. Thursday, to spend the day Kasey and family. business trip to Louisville Monday. French Pound and Half, of Louisville, has with Mrs. Geo. Bently. Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mrs. David B. Phelps and chilbeen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Italians One Pound. dren, Katherine Nancy and Billy Fisher. Miss Cleona Weatherholt goes to Phelps, who are visiting Mrs. Phelps' The rain we had here Sunday week GERMAN SUPPLY PLENTIFUL Louisville Sept. :J to enter business parents. Dr. and Mrs. Crenshaw, of was very much appreciated by the Versailles, will return this week. college. All Nations Permit Use of Sweetening farmers. Dr. Forrest Gabbert, Mrs. Gabbert Mrs. Bernard Morrison, of Hawes-villfor Home Preserving Purposes. Mrs. Malissia Minor and daughter, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and their children spent Thrsday Miss Ruth Minor, Windsor, III., are with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lightfoot. visiting her America's new sugar ration of two Joe Morrison. paients, Mr. and Mrs. Sam pounds a month per person Is cqulta-blThey were enroute to their home in Armes. D. C. Walls, Attorney, Hardins-burwhen compared with the sugar raInd. went to Louisville Monday on Louisville from Rockport, Misses Margaret Sheron and Agnes tion enforced by rigid governmental Mrs. Frank White and children, Jarboe, Hardinsburg spent the week order in Knglnnd, France and Italy, nalegal business. Morrison and daughter, Henry Richard and Frances White, end here the guests of Misses Isabel tions with which we ure shui'lug sugar. Mrs. Joe Danville, 111., to join and Laurine Sheron. Each Allied nation in the matter of Miss Anna Bell Morrison were in have retrned to Is shurlugon nenr-es- t Mrs. Fannie Galloway, Dallas, Tex , sugar consumption Mr. White after a visit to Mrs. Louisville Thursday. possible equal terms the hardships White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Lige Imposed by greatly altered conditions Miss Ethel Smith, of Terre Haute, Brite this week. Wendelkin. In the world sugar situation. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs Jesse Mrs. Grover Largely, Mrs. E. N. of the younger set Formerly classed as a luxury, sugar The members Isome, and Mr. Isome took a hike out to Mr. and Mrs. B. Robinson and children, Mary Elizabeth Is now a war time essential. The fair of this essential is Miss Lelia Tucker goes to LouisT. Field's farm on Sunday morning and Audra Ray, Fancy Praire, III., are and just division ville, Thursday, to be the guest of and spent the day taking their dir guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. In the hands of the vurlous Allied food controllers. W. R. Critchloe. Mrs. John Neubauer. iter and supper, which was served in The United States Food Administrais holding a Rev. Allen of this place Mrs. James Sahlie has been the picnic style. tion has asked this nation to observe meeting at Cave Spring. a voluntary sugar ration of two guest of her father, S. J. Burdette, of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway had as Pvt. Kobt. Mattingly returned to pounds per person a month. Hardinsburg, Route I. their house guests the week end: In the other countries nt war with Sunday after spending a Mrs. Thos. J. Ferry and sister, Miss Mrs. Ridgeway's brother, Mr. Wall- Camp Taylor, Germnny sugar Is one of the scarce two week-- furlough with his parents, articles on every menu whether In Ella Smith, will spend several days ace Mattingly and Mrs. Mattingly. of Mrs. and Mrs. John Mattingly. the households of both rich and poor, Louisville. Louisville, and Mr. and Mrs. James of this week in Mr and Mrs. S. W. Glasscock and or In the hotels. Skillman, Louisville, Withers, of Kirk. Mr.James R. Kngland toduy has a sugar ration daughter, Miss Mary Classcock motor of two pounds per month per person. spent Wednesday with his parents, Miss Eloise Nolte will return to ed to Louisville Saturday. In France the ration Is a pound and a Monday to resume her Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Mr. Eli Storms who has been sick for half und in Italy It Is one pound h teaching public school music some time is no better. Miss Shelly Pool, of Hardinsburg, work of mouth. And the prices In allied counwas here last week the guest of in the Louisville schools. Miss NolElbridge Glasscock and Edward Brite tries are from two to three times as te will return home for the week ends went to Louisville, Sunday. high as in America. Misses Dolly and Gussie Burke. If you go to u hotel In England or give music and violin lessons to Mrs. Virle Blain went to Evansville to spent the week France these days and order tea or Mrs. Nannie Cannon of her her class here. last week to be at the bedside eud in Hardinsburg with her sons, J. coffee they serve absolutely no sugar Misses Regenia McGary and bro- W. and F. L. Cannon. with It. If you wunt sugar you must father, Mr. Schlachter, who is ill. you. Legonia and lsadore McGary, Misses Christine and Bertha Rhodes bring It with Mrs. P. Conley and baby, thers, Mr. and In England It Is allowable to use of of Kirk, motored here Saturday after- gave a birthday party at their home of Frederickstown, 111., were gests of an ounce of sugar In noon to meet Misses Agneta and Monday eveniag Aug. 12, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell last week. the preparation of each luncheon. In Mary Joe Mattingly, who returned Christine's 16th birthday. Watermelon France many persons curry little sacMiss Margaret Cheatman nad Miss with them to Kirk and spent Sunday was served and all who attended recharine tablets about with them for Virginia Ciaston, of Henderson, are with Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGary. ported a good time. use In hotels and in England rich and poor must take their sugur with them the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Priest. a Mrs, Gilbert Johnson, North If they wish to have sweetened tea Miss Cecil Gregory, Louisville, was who has been visiting her parents, while visiting friends. of her grandparthe week end guest Rev. J. C. Galloway and Mrs. Galloway Before the war sturted France had ents, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gregory. has returned home. 625,000 acres devoted to sugnr production. By 1917 the French sugar acreMisses Mary and Mabel Whitehead Since the last issue of items iu this and Sam Allen are the boys from the age had decreased to 180,000 acres. Mrs. J. E. are visiting their aunt, man or woman with a Today the hill to answer the call of "Uncle Sam" sugur card French assurance whatever Uibson and Mr. Gibson, at Prospect, column: has no Donald Gregory has returned to bis Monday, Ky. that he or she will be able to actually home in Paduch after spending several Mr. and Mrs Charles Hambleton and buy sugar. To buy It, one must first Miss Pearl Blair, Miss Carrie Blair days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. daughter, Lucille spent Thursday in Mod it and Mr. Hubert Jarboe attended the M. Gregory. Italy Haa "State Sugar." Cannelton. ice cream supper at New Bethel last Especially drastic regulations govern Mrs. Con Sipple returned home after Mr. Ben Johnson, Mr. Johnson and week. a visit iu Tobinsport to her patents, Mr. two children, came from Fvansville Sun. the use of sugur In Ituly. Its manufacture, distribution and sale are closeMiss Zivola Kramer will leave on and Mrs. Young. day, to visit Mr. Johnson's sister, Mrs, ly controlled, and in part actually Louisville, where she Wednesday for Misses Chlora May Seaton and Vir Mm. Laslie. taken over by the state. gin Head have beeu in Owensboro for Saccharine la permitted to be sold Praize-Roger- s Case Decided. a few days visit with friends, and used us a substitute for sugar und the government manufactures a mixMr. and Mrs. Will I'utnphrey of Holt ture of saccharine and sugur culled for two days visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Judge Slack, on the Ult handed "State Sugar," which la largely used, Dejearnet. Is Aiis the condition of down an opinion in the case of Frank German Sugar Ration Adequate. Miss Shelby Pool of Hardinsburg is your time piece? All worn the l'iaie against Tom Rogers, holding Germany, before sugarwar, produced and exported the guest of Misses Dollie and Gussie out, run down and behind a great surplus of that Mr. Rogers is entitled to a cred- large quantities. Today the Germuus Burke time. The best of time it on his $1000.00 note for 0.6 acres, have virtually gone out of the export pieces will get that way afMiss Viola Richter returned to her business, but have plenty of cheap ter so long a time, but one home iu St. Louis Monday, after being at $31.;.'J per acre, or $300, but, hold- sugar for home use. good thing they can be reof Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jack-so- u ing that Rogers must pay all the costs the guest Wholesale prices prevalent In the See paired. and other trends for three weeks. of the controversy growing out of the Allied nations, accordlug to InformaUnited States Mrs. Jim DeJaruet weut to hull Sat- claim Mr. Rogers tion received by the are as follows of shortage. Food Administration urday evening, to return Sunday. claimed there was a shortage of 22 England, 10 cents a pound; ITrauce, Railroad Witch Inspector Miss Virginia Head has returned to acre and asked that the note be 12 cents ; Italy, 20 cents. Cliwpoft, I). her home iu Irvingtou after being tba While these high prlcea am being credited by about $700.00. guest of Mr, and Mrs. James Seaton, paid abroad the American wfcoleiuU Mali Orssr Rscslvs Prompt Attention price La bluf bald at 7(4 cutaV SUBSCRIBE'FOK THE NEWS Messrs Ben Dawson, Forest Moorman Triplet. Tape Measures Pencil Boxes Composition Books Seed Rye For Sale Forty New Line of High School Tablets for Pencil or Ink Be Sure to Get One of Them. On account of the very close margin it is necessary to Sell the Books for cash. Remember We Sell Thrift and War Savings Stamps. RIEDEL Holt, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. WITH THE ALLIES House Paint. "The kind that Lasts." Fully guaranteed Oi $8.6fi per gallon, if ordered in five gallon lots or more. Freight Paid. Owensboro, Columbus and John Deere Wagons. We have them. Buy your new wagon now. Compositon Rubber Roofing. lished brands. Big stock of estabsat- MCDANIELS ' e, The John Deere Sulky Plow, one of the most isfactory plows on the market today. Prices will be furnished upon request. Send Cash With Order. g, e FOROSVILLE JAKE PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY WILSON, Manager FOROSVILLE, , Please Take Notice! general impression in the community that 1 am not going to handle Millinery in connection with my line of Ready-to-WeClothing. This is entirel a mistake as I have just returned from Cincinnati and Louisville where I attended the openings of the largest and best millinery houses in the country, and purchased a large and beautiful line of of Fall and winter Millinery. A few of the early fall and ready-to-wehats have already been received. Your patronage solicited. a ar ar There seems to be h Car-Ioni- HILL ITEMS MRS. ETHEL HILLS Cloverport Ky. 1. All Worn Out DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Thos. Ode wait DENTIST Offlci : Hurs: ? S: S.Sji". A,w"'oce0"ur.du,l InNfaJt Use News Want Ads for Results PAGE 8 ny tnose you would aid. Aye, arm yourselves, but not against your king. We have sworn to stand together. I call on you, men of my corps, to follow me. There are those who tonight wIlLmurder the little king nnd put King Mob on the throne. And they be those who have tortured me. Look at me i This they have done to me." He tore the bnndnge off, nnd showed his scarred head. "Quick 1" he cried. "I know where they hide, these spawn of hell. Who will follow met To the king!" "To the king !" They took up the cry, a few nt first, then nil of them. More thnn his words, figure of (he gaunt nnd wounded Haeckel In the cart fought for lilm. He reeled before them. Two lenped up nnd steadied him, finally, indeed, took him on fhelr shoulders, nnd led the way. They made a wedge of men, and pushed through the mob. "To the little king!" was the cry they raised, nnd run, n flying wedge of Those who white, fnntnstlc figures. were unarmed seized weapons from the Urged by crowd as they passed. Haeckel, they rnn through the streets. Hneckel knew. It wns because he bad known that they had done away with him. His mind, working now with almost unnatural activity, flew ahead to the house in the Road of the Good Children, and to what might be enacting there. His eyes burned. Now at last he would thwart them, unless death VHTW with the key that Haeckel had taken from the body of Black Humbert. They unlocked the door of the back room, to find his majesty sitting on a chair, with a rather moist handkerchief In He wns not at all frighthis hand. ened, however, nnd was weeping for his grandfather. "Has the cnrrlnge come?" he demanded. "I nm wnltlng for a car- 111 :rrfit K , rim Does l?ef far WorA u; A LalUy-Ligh- riage." They assured him that a carriage wns on the wny, and were very much at a loss. "I would like to go quickly," he said. "I nm tumid my grandfather NIkky t For there stood NIkky In the doorway, n staggering, white-lippeNIkky. He wns not too wenk to pick the child up, however, nnd enrry him to the head of the stairs. They hnd moved the body of the concierge, by his order. So he stood there, the boy in his nnns, nnd the students, only nn hour before In revolt ngnlnst him, cheered mightily. r The Light Plant Proved By Years of Use Lalley-Ligh- t has been making good electric light and power cheap for farmers. Seven years of practical, actual farm use. Seven years of Early application will secure desirable territory for dealers. For seven years, That settles the question of t re- liability and quality. Lalley-Lighhas this wonderful record because it is especially designed as a farm electric plant. It is much more than an electric generator hooked up to a farm gas engine. It is designed for its particular work, and it does its work right and at low cost. A free demonstration will show you will do on your what Lalley-Ligh- t own farm. The book of owners' letters will tell you how well and how cheaply it works for other farmers. Plant is 99 mmm 27 inches long, 14 inches wide, 21 inches high. 615 South Third Street Southern Motors Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. cckinrid B open t I I I I 1 Long Live 8 wno stole mm? Not the city. We are loyal. Ask the palace where he Is. Ask those who have allied themselves with Karnla. Ask Mettllch." There was more, of course. The cries of "To the palace!" increased. The King! MARY ROBERTS RINEHART Augi J Sept est i due be in Those behind pushed forward, shoving the ones ahead toward the archway, where a line of soldiers with fixed bayonets stood waiting. The archduchess and Hilda with a handful of women, hud fled to the roof, and from there saw the advance of the mob. Hedwig had haughtily refused tioi rie "P Reo Speed Wagon Let us show you the special body, convertible into eight different farm uses. 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At the hospital, Haeckel, the stuy Copyright, 1917, The Bldcwa? Company dent, stood by his window, and little Copjrlgbt, 1817, Mary Huberts Uiu.Uart B All BlgbU Ueburrr J by little the veil lifted. His slow blood stirred first. MMMKHbi The beating of drums, the shrieks of the crowd, the CHAPTER XIX. fires, all played their part. Another patient Joined him, and together they In the Road of the Good Children. looked out. Haeckel crept to a window and "Had work !" said the other man. looked out. Bonfires were springing up "Aye !" said Haeckel. Then, speakIn the open square In front of the goving very slowly, and with difficulty, "I ernment house. Mixed with the red do not understand." glare came leaping yellow flames. "The king is dead." The wooden benches were piled to"Aye," observed Haeckel, still ungether and fired, und by each such comprehending. And then, "Dead pyre stood a gesticulating, shouting red the king?" demon. "Dead. Hear the bell." (iuns were appearing now. Wagons "Then " But he could not at once loaded with them drove Into the formulate the thought In his mind. square, to be surrounded by a howl- Speech came hard. He was still In a ing mob. The percentage of sober cloud. citizens was growing sober citizens no "They say," said the other man, longer. For the little king had not "that the crown prince is missing, that Obviously he he has been stolen. been shown to them. The people are could not be shown to them. There- frenzied." fore rumor was right, and the boy was He went on, dilating on the rumors. gone. Still Haeckel labored. The king The Against the palace, therefore, their crown prince ! There was something rage was turned. The shouts for the that he was to do. It was just belittle king turned to threats. The yond him, but he could not remember. archbishop had come out on the bal- Then, by accident, the other man cony accompanied by Father Gregory. touched the hidden spring of his memThe archbishop had raised bis hands, ory. but had not obtained silence. Instead, "There are some who think that to his horror and dismay, a few stones Mettllch" bad been thrown. "Mettlich!" That was the word. But With It the curtain spilt, as It were, He retired, breathing hard. Father Gregory had remained, facing the cloud was gone. Haeckel put a the crowd fearlessly, his arms not band to his head. raised In benediction, but folded across A few minutes later, a strange figure Stones rattled about him, dashed out of the hospital. The night his chest. not flinch, and at last be but he did watchman had Joined the mob, and gained the ears of the crowd. Hit was at that moment selecting rifle great voice, stern and fearless, held from a cart. Around the cart were them. students, still in their carnival finery, "My friends," he said, "there Is work wearing the colors of his own corps. done, and you lose time. W Haeckel, desperate of eye, pallid and to be cannot show you the king, because he gaunt, clad still In his hospital shirt is not here. While you stand there and trousers, Haeckel climbed on to shrieking, bis enemies have their will the wagon, and mounted to the seat, of him. The little king has been stolen a strange swaying figure, with a bandfrom the palace." age on his bead. In spite of that, He might have swayed them, even there were some who knew him. then. He tried to move theui to "Haeckel !" they cried. The word search of the city. But a pallid man, sweating with excitement, climbed on ipread. The crowd of students pressed the sbuulders of two companions, and close. "What would you dot" be cried to faced the crowd. them. "You know me. You see me "Ave, he Is stolen," he cried. "But now. I bava been done almost., to ! him somewhere was coming, NIkky knew, a detachment of cavalry. But he had outdistanced them, riding of Barrel Stock Makes had leaped hedges and ditches Scarcity He must hold this across the park. Use of Sacks Necessary. man until they came. Struggling in the grasp of the concierge, he yet listened for them. From Care Must Be Exercised in Handling the first he knew It was a losing batto Prevent Bruising and Crushing But he tle. He had lost before. Complete Ventilation Must fought fiercely, with the strength of a Be ' Furnished. dozen. His frenzy was equaled by that of the other man, and his weight was (Prepared by the United States Departless by a half. He went down finally ment of Agriculture.) and lay still, a battered, twisted Owing to the scarcity of barrel stock, many shippers of early potaBut Black Humbert, breathing hard, toes will sack their product this seahad heard sounds In the street, and son. Care must be taken in handling put up the chain. He stood at bay, a and loading sacked potatoes to prehuge, shaken figure at the foot of the vent bruising nnd crushing, as early stone stalrcnse. He was for flight varieties" are particularly susceptible now. But surely outside at the door to decay following Injuries. They MM one gave the secret knock of the must nlso be loaded In such a way that tribunal, and followed It by the pass- complete ventilation of the shipment word. He breathed again. Friends, of will be Insured. In some parts of the course, come for the ammunition. But, country, sacked early potatoes are to be certuln, he went to the window loaded on end one layer high, and the of his bureuu, and looked out through second layer Is londed on end on a temporary rack a few Inches above the bars. Students ! "Coming!" he called. And kicked at the bottom layer. This rack is conNlkky's quiet figure as he passed It. structed of three 2 by 4 inch stringThen he unbolted the door, dropped the ers, lengthwise of the car, at the sides and through the center, supported by chain, and opened the door. Standing before him, backed by a posts, a little higher than the bottom great crowd of fantastic figures, was layer. The bottom und top layers are then londed simultaneously and boards, Haeckel. They did not kill hlra at once. At to support the top layer are nailed the points of a dozen bayonets, intend across the stringers as the sacks are ed for vastly different work, they forced him up the stalrcnse, flight after flight. At first he cried pitifully that he knew nothing of the royal child, then he tried to barter what he knew mv uHr They Jeered at him, for his life. pricked him shamefully from behind with duggers. At the top of the last flight he turned and faced them. "Gentlemen, friends!" he Implored. "I have done him no '. ttjB ?v ! T,j harm. It was never in my mind to do r tskw&dF a a 'il him an Injury. I " "He Is in the room where you kept me?" asked Haeckel, In a low voice, "He Is there, and safe." Then Haeckel killed him. He struck him with a dagger, and his great body fren-zledl- y, ' Just before they turned into the street, a horsemnn had dashed out of It and flung himself eut of the saddle. The door wns bolted, but It opened to his ring, and NIkky faced the concierge, NIkky, with a drawn revolver In his hand, and a face deathly white. He hnd hnd no time to fire, no time even to speak. The revolver flew out of his hand at one blow from the flail-lik- e Behind arms of the concierge. They met the detnehment of cavalry at the door, and thus, in state, rode back to the palace where he wns to rule, King Otto the Ninth. A very sad little king, for NIkky had answered his question honestly. A king who mopped his eyes with a very dirty handkerchief. A weary little king, too, with, already a touch of indigestion I Behind them, In the house on the Road of the Good Children, Haeckel,, In an access of fury, ordered the body, of the concierge flung from a window., It lay below, a twisted and shapeless thing, beside the pieces of old Adel-ber- t's broken sword. (Continued next week). PREVENT LOSSES IN SHIPPING POTATOES jsh Fine Potatoes, Even in Size and ity. Qual- Then Haeckel Killed Him. fell on the stain. ing and groaning, over him. as they swarmed He was still mov- put in place. This has the advantage of allowing sufficient space for veutllatlon and preventing crushing the potatoes in the bottom of the load by the weight of the sacks above. Serious losses In potatoes now held In common storage can be largely reduced If growers and shippers take necessary precautions in the management of their storage bouses. All ventilators and doors should be kept closed during the daytime and storage rooms ventilated at night, when the minimum outdoor temperature preAllowing the doors to remain vails. open during the day while grading or loading potatoes may result In gradually raising storage temperatures, permitting the rapid development of decay, and greatly Increasing the losses from shrinkage. To maintain suitable temperature and humidity conditions in potato storage houses during the remainder of the present season requires the closest attention of growers and shippers in the management of their houses. The transfer f common stor age stock into cold storage in order to avoid excessive losses due to un favorable storage conditions is a practical means of reducing storage loasea, where such a practice la feasible. Capacity of s 81 lo. A alio 14 feet in diameter and 82 feet high will hold 100 tons of allage. This amount will feed 26 cows 40 Haeckel faced the crowd. "There are others," he said. "I know them all. When we have finished here, we will go on." They were fearful of frightening the little Jong and only two went hk pounds ut silage per day lor SOU days. i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. PAGE 7 B FIGHTERS OF TODAY, THE MACHINE GUNNERS YANKEE FLYERS AID THE BRITISH English Aviator Wrecks a Ger man Staff Motor Car: Two Big Cities Bombed. High Grade Investment Bonds Government Municipal and ' AMERICANS DOWN 3 PLANES Protection from every form of loss " Corporation We Specialize in all Issues of Liberty Bonds and Securities Listed on the New York Stock Exchange On Lieut. Putnam Shoots Down a "Rjm-plerBiplane Behind the American Toul Front His Eleventh Officially Credited Aerial Victory. At the British Front. Aug. from a burned block to a lost package the fifteenth day of each month we issue our Investor' Pocket Manual. Write for a copy aviators are assisting the BrttiSk in the present battles. 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It rarely fails to give good results. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. That the Americans present entirely new problems to the Gcr mans Is Indicated by 1 letter from Strgt B. S. Walls in his father In Pittsburgh, "German prisoners that talk English tell n that the Americans are crazy.'' he writes. "They don't knOW what they are doing; ami are liable to (MM over the top any time Mid break tip the natural order of things. 'Before the Hue- - started this open warfare the whole affair was cut and dried. First, the Germans would put: over a barraue and then attack, and then the Trench would take their turn. But the murines nre liable to go over any time, bungs or no which upsets the ptactd German very much and Instills the fear of the American In him. They never want to face the Americans more than har-rnc- e, JAS. F. BALLARD, Proprietor, ST. LOUIS, MO. I Sold by all druggists. UBSCRIBERS te ed money order for my renewal tor one year. 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Some eighteen yenr-olAmerican will Come piking up the read chasing four or live 'squareheads' (Germans), and the kid Dr. Chnrles L I'ursons, chief chem- la nil smiles when he tells how the ist of the bureau of mines, is the gov- whole smear of Huns were on their These ernment's platinum expert nnd loader knees bolletinf Itaroerad.1 of the movement to refuse to wear marines are the most enthusiastic platinum in Jewelry while the govern- IghtWS In the business. "Bisht hack of our position are ment is In such urgent need of It for munitions. This metal is indispensable nhout twenty acres of potatoes, Inn to the government for the I llfeT whenever anyone tries to hoe them ture of many articles of warfare, and along Comet a bunch of shrapnel, so yet. Doctor Parsons says, of there Is no chance of loosening the ground, it is a shsms, nil the stuff the world's supply has been used that Is planted up here; wheat ready In Jewelry. to be harvest. u now. and potatoes everywhere, but no one to take care Well Remembered Here. of the crop, as all the civilian population fled when the Germans came I). Babble, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. J. down." Enclosed rind money order for seventy, When you have backache theliver or kidfive cents. Please send me The Breckgear. Try enridge News am always gl3d to get ney BIS sure to be out ofliver, kidneys it does wonders for the and it Respectfully, bladder. A trial SOo bottle will convince Bannock, Ohio. Mrs. J. W. Edmondson. you.. Get it at the drug store. d one-thir- d San-ol, pianos. The exploits of the British flyers als pial the daring shewn two weeks ago In the Amiens sector. Ons British aviator pursued a tier- mm staff ear, peppering it with ids machine MB until lie car turned over. Another shot down a German plane, hut hail his petrol tank pierced hy a bullet. He stuffed It with his handkerchief and landed snfely. Putnam Downs Foe. With the American Army in France, Aug. 24. Lieut. David Putnam shot down a "Bumpier" biplane behind our Toul front. The German observer and piloi both killed. This l Putnam's eleventh official!" credited aerial victory. Flyers in Big Battle. London, Aiii;. 24. Thirty German machines were broSghi down by the British Wednesday, the war oltteo announces. The British lost seven machines. Thirty-seveand a half tons of bombs were dropped on various German targets, Including the Chmbral ami Ms rent ng railway stations. The German cities of Cologne and Frankfurt (on the Main) were heavily bombed by British raiding machines Wednesday. It was officially announced. Several bursts were observed to result from the attacks. The railway station at Treves (Trier, on the Moselle) also was SMCOSSi ally bombed. 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German force wore victorious ever a force of 1.200 Russian Insurgents, well equipped with artillery and commanded by General Rebenko, near Kreincnlchui.'. accord-toe to a Kiev dispatch to the Zeltung of Berlin. In a second encounter, which occurred near Poltava. 84 miles northeast of Krement Chug, the revolul ionarles lost S0O men killed and the Germans took six guns and other equipment. The survivors of the revolutionary hand fled, but their retreat was cut off hy the pursuing Germans. g Vos-sidle Paul Compton and Russell Compton General Insurance Hardinsburg, ARE YOU :: A Kentucky I STIP? G. A. R. PLEDGES ITS LOYALTY Unlimited Suppcrt to United States Condemns Play. Film in the War INDIAN WAR VICTIM First in Troops From Arizona to Fall in Battle. k B he Renewal. (Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Prvou will find enclosed money .Loor seventy-fiv- e cents so please th, my subscription six months, tio.jk vov for sending the News this Puks I do not want to miss a copy. Mrs. E. L. 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Milwaukee Leader Included in List of TELLS OF HUN ATROCITIES Publications Charged with SediA majority expressed preference for A Former Cloverporter. tious Utterances. the navy, although many of them had Gassed Soldier, Back From Front, on the desert and Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. lived all their lives Washington. Aug. 24. For alleged Describes Outrages. had never seen the ocean until they Dear Sir: You will find enclosed money enlisted. Bobert Forbes of Bellaire, O., back seditious utterances, four newspnpers order for seventyfive cents for which have been barred from the malls, un- from the front In France to recover please send me the Breckinridge News espionage act, the post oftjee from a gassing, tells that the body HORSE HAS HIS DAY AGAIN der the department announced. They are: six months. of John Leb Pelkey, a comrade, was Leo. B. Haffey, The Milwaukee Leader, published horribly mutilated by the Germans. 103 15th Street, Detroit, Mich. Gasoline Restrictions Bring Out Carts by the Soclul Democrat Publishing Pelkey fell in the same battle In and Gigs in Britain. company the Novy Mir of New York, which Forbes was gussed. Pelkey's From Mrs. Kingsbury. The petrol restrictions have brought published by the Russian Socialist throat was cut from eur to ear, Forbes Joy and profit to the dealers In dog- Publishing company: the Atbalss, pubsays, his was ripped open and carts, gigs, traps, carriages and other lished hy the Lettish Publishing com- his back abdomen was slashed. Dear Mr. Babbage: I wish to renew horse-drawconveyances in Great pany, and the Cronaca Sovvorsivn of my subscription to The Breckenridge Britain. Prices have been going up Lynn, Mass. Lights Gusrd Potatoes. News for four months. Respectfully, steadily for the last six months, until A farmer near Leipa, Bohemia, was Tulare, Cal. Mrs. Lora Kingsbury vehicles which were for disposal at compelled to put up electric lights In KILLS A CIVILIAN firewood prices owing to the vogue of SOLDIER his potato ilelds. Thieves had been the motor are now fetching more than A Good Friend to the News. Trouble Between Troops and Young stealing his potatoes, in spite of the they cost when they were new. night watchmen put on guard. The Men of Missouri Town The cost of redecorating these relMr. Jno D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. farmer hopes his watchmen will be Over Girls. ics of the prepetrol period Is ulso adDear Mr. Babbage: I send my check vancing hy leups uble to discover the thieves since tho and hounds. It was for 1.50 for renewal of yovr good stated during a county court case the Klvine, Mo.. Aug. 24. Trouble be- li. Ids are lighted. paper The Breckenridge News. With other day that It cost $80 to paint a tween si .idlers guurdlng the National Centenarian Surprised. kind regards to yourself and family. Lead company plant near here and van, $'J0 more than Its original price. young men of the town over attentions Jack Illgglns of Wabash. Ind., enVery truly yours. What's the Use? joyed a surprise purty on Ids one huntown girls termiThe Northumberland, Sallie M. Parker Phil Brown, manager of a local pic- paid by the soldiers to Washington, D. C. ture house, got word the other day that nated in a Nhootlng affray at a street dredth birthday anniversary when which one of tho soldier friends frotu ull pans of Indiana vishis film, "Missing," scheduled for the carnival, in llfteen-yearolboy ited him. Subscriber for a Long Time. week of June 23, was missing. Then u shot and killed a critically wounded two other day later he was glad to get word that and "Missing"' had showed up and was no young men. The soldier Is under ar- RED CROSS RHEUMATIC REMEDY Mr. J.D. Babbage: Please find en rest. The great advantage over other rheumissing. closed one dollar for which extend my longer matic medicines lies in. the fact mm Logically, "Missing" has always been . a. 1 ii . j subscription to that amount to The "Mtssiug." It never Was found "again" 11 noes not uis turn me stomach. Hoover Back in U. S Many Breckenridge News. Yours as ever, because It had never been "missing" An Atlantic Port, Aug. 24. Herbert cases have been permanently cured by this remedy. This and mnn t k Hoover, United States food adminisW. B. Noel. before. But what's the use! Indiaa-japohundred other Ked Cross trator, arrived hers from Rugland. Old Masons Home. Shelby ville, Ky. News, old and guaranteed only by ; n d U The first native Arizonlau to lose his life In France was an Indian, Matthew R. Kivers, better known at Phoeulx us Matthew Juan, who was killed. ne was a native Pima Tndlan and He was enlisted in a Texas unit. known in California as "Lucky Slim," where he wus a baseball pitcher of more than local reputation. He was Portland. Ore., Aug. 2,4. Unlimited support of the cause of Hie 1'nited Slates In the world war was pledged by the Grand Army of the Republic at the closing session of Its Anions the annual encampment. resolutions adopted was one condemn. Ing a motion picture film dealing with reconstruction in the South after the Civil war on the ground that It "does gross Injustice to the prominent and patriotic men of reconstruction time: citizens and Is insulting to colored tends to glorify mob law." fifty-secon- If Not, You Ought to Be Here's V They Are. Are you a Stlp? The Stlp society has been forme yjn- at Cleveland and will be made up "sled members who pledge themselves to od A campaign le "Save Till It Pinches." for members is now being conducted and Is meeting with encouraging success. Organizers point out that everyone who believes In eliminating waste and extravagance ns nn important means of winning the wur is eligible to membership. The creed of a Stlp Is as follows: "Elimination of every wasteful and extravagant method. article nnd l- Spreading the doctrine of thrift and economy to the betterment of the community ami discouragement of the enemy. Freeing Industrial and transportation facilities engaged In providing unnecessary articles and services for my own selfish comfort that they may be employed in the more urgent call of humanity. Saving until it pinches so that Berlin may be captured a month sooner sparing, there- 1 ) PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ' CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. Arthur Goodman, Oklahoma visited (rlen.1i here Monday. Mr. Ray Parson and children, Ruba and Reva were ituests ef Mrs. S. M. Crume, Wednesday. A party from here motored to the Mamouth Cave and spent the week end Among the number were: Mr. and Mrs. H. R Moorman and daughter, Louise, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume, Misses Lillian May, Kva Tate and Jacie Messrs. Leonard Maycy Alexander. and James McCoy. The Young People's Society met Saturday afternoon with Wlllard B. Watts. V mk meimng to remember! when you come to visit Louisville! WHETHER you are coming to at- J. l J Funeral Director and Undertaker J. Ashcraft A full line of Burial Supplies At reasonable prices. Hearse and Embalming Service Co., Irvington, Ky. tend the Kentucky State Fair (Sept. 9 to 14), or for some other reason, remember that Levy's stand foremost as the store for men's and boys' GOOD CLOTHES. Come in and say "hello" when you're in town come in and use our telephones leave your packages and bundles here come in, be friendly and make yourself at home. Remember, too that this is the Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Complete stocks are ready, in these and other famous quality brands also shoes, hats, furnishings everything that men and boys wear also shoes and hosiery for women and children. & D. Miss Irene Mailman, Mook was here Thursday. Mrs. C. L. Krulngton spent Saturday with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Roberts. Miss Anna Norton, West View visited Mr Baulman is convalescing from an operation for tonsilitls. relatives here Saturday. Mrs. Dick Claycomb and two childMiss Elimina Lyons, Mctjuady was the guest of Miss Hessie B Weatherford ren, Adrian and Mary Emma visited friends in Louisville last week. last week. Rev. M. G. Cundiff filled his regular Miss Nora McCoy is visiting her , appointment at Clilton Mills Sunday. trotht-rRoy McCoy and Mrs. McCoy, Louisville. Hobert Drane, Louisville is at home HoC. C. Brock and daughter, Mildred with his brother, Haul this week. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James bert is expecting to be in the next call. McCoy, Saturday. Dr. Hendrick received a card from his son, Glen, Friday saying he landed Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Claycomb are the proud parents of a fine girl, Ruth Lois. Ruth Ramsey attended the 8, Convention here Saturday. Mrs S. Woosley and daughter Saphronn were in Irvington shopping' Miss S. Friday. M'ss Mary Bandy was the guest Sophrona and Claudia Woosley M day .fternoon Mr. and Mrs. Will McT.'oy are I he proud parents of a line boy, Ra ph Louis, born Aug. 4 Mr. Morris Stewart who has blen visiting his parents for the past week returned to his work at Stlthton, Mom day. Mr. Junie Noble yvho has been vV' ing friends and relatives here returj to his work at Louisville last week. Mrs. T. Claycomb was called to bedside of of her brother, Mr. Cored at Bewleyville, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Compl Louisville were the yveek end guesl Mrs. Compton's parents, Mr. and H. Nott n. Mr. Harry Stewart was in Louis! ls Heret Come In WEBSTER and See It! Oop.r 11,1 Hurt S. ImRi.i'i M'irl Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. The Sunday School Convention at Webster Saturday was well attended ard was a good success, had a splendid dinner and lots left in spite of war times. Mr. Wave Baulman, yvho has been working in Louisville for the past ft w MissOssie Pay ne gave a dunce Satmonths is at home now with his parents urday night All report a good time. Editor of the News attended the S. S. Convention hr,re Saturday. Mr. O ven Parks and Mrs. H. H. Norton of this place were in Louisville Monday with two ca: loads cuttle. Hev. Gentry, Stephensport attended the S. S Convention here Saturday. Born to the wife of Ed H iynes Aug. Ij, a fine boy. Miss May me Baulman who has been working in Louisville for the past few mouihscatne home Thursday to spend a few weeks with her parents. safely over seas. Mr. Babbage, Sunday, l M& F? K EL T T TH R D :: I !r , , V HARDINSBIRG Mrs. J. K Kincheloe spent Monday in Stanley the guest of Dr. A. L. Kincheloe and Mrs. Kincheloe. Mrs. I). D, Do well has returned from Gartield wheie she was the guest of relatives. , Mrs. Minor CoBiptOB was the guest Wednesday of her (laughter, Mrs. I. B. and Mr. Richardson in Richardson Garfield MIllTn Virginia and Mildred Walker e returned to their ho rue la Hender Inville, N. C , after a two months Halt witii their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L Kincheloe Miss Adelle Sphire has returned Iroru Ciitnault where she was a visitor with many friends ",po. K. Bess and children have Mrs returned home from an extended trip to Stephensport. her mother in Louisville. Carpenter J. C Lewis hurt his foot last week and is out walking on a Skillman at their home near town. Attorney Gus Brown was in Owens-borlast Friday on legal business. Miss Judith Ellen Beard left last l':idavfor Livermore to teach in the high school. Rev. Clapp and Mrs. Clapp, Palestine Texas, were the week end quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson. Mr. anil Mrs. Jim Withers, Kirl; were the gnests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman Saturday and Sunday. Capt. Will Carrigan returned from Ltxiogton Sunday night. Mr. J adit Dejarnett, Mrs. E. B. English and children, Bcrea will arrive this week for a visit to their relatives. Heard, Louisvil'e Ktai.cis Kdyvard will spend this wtek with relatives here. Mr John P. Haswell, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W Ci Haswell and Miss Georgia Mc. Haswell have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fox in o Dr. R. W. Mcador and family are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Meador. Custer, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Allen. Lebanon. Dr. Meador has been appointed Lieutenant. He will report at Ft Ogthhorpa for duty Sept. 1st. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Marshall and sons motored to Corydon. Wednesday, to attend the fair. They were tttStt ol Mrs. C. ). Kitterman and RnakJfl Kitterman. Misses Susie Thomas Payne and Helen Board will attend school at Kusjclvillc. T, Mi-- s Nell Conn iff. Louisville, has been the guest of her mother. Mrs. Adele Conn iff. .Miss Alary liroyvn was initiated m the O. K. S.. Thursday evening. ( ). A. Dowell and family are ing in Owcnsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Y. Brandenburg and children. Elizabetlitou n, have been the guests of Mesdamei Margaret Chamberlain and Brandenburg. Mrs. James Jarrett entertained a number of the younger set on the .'1st in honor of Claude Jarrctt's Kith ilitfLffl ' nlVWHRM afJottfliffi W'BK jMlLjlSf ; ' ifewMSStm '''' ' BBnMBMgrft). ' .3 ' llM PffaBaWnfffif iS WaaBHBaW SBSaBaBBiMafift aSaBapBHJy l The Monarch Auto Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. IRVINGTON crutch. Florence Bruner, Frymire is the Miss Mary Alexander spent last Sphire. BroMiss Ruth Kincheloe has gone to week with her aunt. Mrs John Louisville to accept a position with the ker, New Albany, Mr. and Mrs. George Hook, ChiLincoln Savings Bank k Trust Co. cago, are guests ot Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. aud Mrs C V. Robertson have (i Bandy. returned from Louisville. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Anister and Rev. J. F. Norman has returned from Miss Kstellc Anister. Louisville, spent Ohio, III where he was the guest of the week end with Mr. and Mrs. M. Miss AGENTS in the State of Kentucky birthday, guest of Miss Adelle , Rev. Metcalf. P, Payne. John O'Reilly, Jr., has returned from a business trip to Henderson. Miss Ruth McCuobins has returned from a visit to her grandmother in Stephens port. Miss Sbellie Pool spent last week in Cloverport with friends. Rev. Clapp, Palestine, Texas, filled the pulpit atthe Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons, John Beeler and Donald Walker are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. lohn Beeler near Kirk. wi Miss bailie Richardson, Union Star has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. M. Beard and Mr. Beard. Hugh Hobeu left Monday for Washington where he will go into camp. Miss Adelle Sphire entertained a number of her Irieuds Friday evening in honor ot her visitor, Miss Florence Bruner. Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner were the guests Saturdy of their cousin, Mrs. J. M. Skillman and Mrs. Skillman. Little Miss Nancy Kincheloe has returned from a visit to her uncle, Dr. A. L. Kincheloe and Mrs. Kincheloe. Mrs. Lucy Haynes has returned to Garfield after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. D. D. Dowell and Mr. Dowell. f Twenty-sileft here Monday for Camp Zachary Taylor. Miss Margaret Maxwell, Louisville is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. John M. x Jesse Herndon, Jr., is visiting rela- tives in Brandenburg. l'rof. H. R. Kirk, West Point, spent Friday with Mrs. Kirk and daughter, Jane Kirk. Miss Dorcas Redding, Louisville, is the guest of Miss Julia Lyon. Miss Lipps, Louisville, will join them the Utter part of the week. Mrs. Boyd Keith arrived from Ohio, Saturday, where she has been with her husband. Corporal Boyd Keith. Miss Tula Lockard left Monday for Terre Haute to visit Mr. and Mrs. Con Bland. She will visit friends in Champaigne and Chicago, 111., before ret ruing home. Bert Cunningham, Chenault, and his visitor. Mr. Parr, of Texas, spent Wednesday in town. Hubert Lyon is home from LoUis-ydl- e, where he spent the past week Allie Weatherfoid, Sunny Dale was M. Herndon have Mr. and Mrs gone to Grayson Springs for a two the guest of relativer here this week weeks stay. Mrs. Fred Howard and children, of Louisville, are visitors of Mrs. John Chil-licoth- e, Rev. B. W. Graves. Mrs. Graves and Junius Graves, Auburn, Ky., visited friends here last week. Hayden Hramlette. Louisville spent the week end yvith his parents. kfiaset Maggie. Nannie Coyvlcy, Eu la Neafus. Elizabeth Hook, Messrs. Russell Ashcraft and William Henry Cowley attended the Corydon Fair. Hal Head South Dakota visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Head several days last week. He left Friday for Camp Zachary Taylor to enter the Chaplain's school. Misses Ruth Marshall and Virginia Bandy will leave Sept. 10th for Danville, where they will enter school. Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp and children, Louisville, are visiting Mrs. H. J. Krebs. Miss Virginia Head will attend school at Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crews and family visited at McQuady last yveek. Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drane and son spent the week end yvith Judge S. B. Payne and Mrs. Payne, Hardinsburg. Fordson Tractor; information. The Monarch Auto Co. cordially invites every farmer to view their exhibit of Fordson Tractors at the State Fair in Louisville. This Tractor is made by Henry Ford & Sons and is now ready for delivery. If you are not in touch with your local distributor, write us. We will gladly give you the desired Be sure and see the Monarch Exhibit for at the State Fair. Monarch Auto Co 142 East Broadway Louisville OF CLOVERPORT RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting K HARNED I Nevitt. Miss Kliza Piggott, Lexington, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Miss Margaret Jolly has returned to her home in Chicago after an extended visit with relatives in this vicinity. BRECKINRIDGE-BANTHE BANK OF A. B. SKILLMAN, President- - Cast SERVICE CONTENTMENT Jess Gardner Mrs. Mackeu, is visiting his sister, Evansville. ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Depoi