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The Breckenridge news: September 11, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918091101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 11, 1918 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRJDOE NEWS. 1 $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1 50 a 11, 1918 Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. 8 Pa-.- es VOL. XLIII. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, No. 11 PRIZE WINNERS AT THE BOYS PIG SHOW James McCoy of Harntd Gets 1st Prize For Best Hog. Other Prizes Awarded. The Pig Show held under the direction of County Agent, Jos. W. Harth and the Breckinridge county Boys Agricultural Club in Hardins-hurSaturday was deemed quite a success considering it was the first show of its kind to have ever been held in the county The show was well attended the members of the club and citizens The successful winof the county. ner of the prize for a week's trip to the State Fair and $." in cash for raising the best hog in the county-waawarded to James McCoy of Other prizes awarded are Harncd. given herewith: Best Hog in County Weeks Trip to State Fair and $0.00 cash, James McCoy. Hatned, winner. Best Hog bred by W. K. Moormm and Son S7.M donated by the breeders. !nd. Hist Hog bred by W.. R Moorman and Son ft.M donated by the breeders Best Poland China (Fair trip winner barred) $:.0o. Kmmett O'Donoghue winner of three prizes, (Hardinsburg. 4th Poland China $:i.O0, Raymond Squires winner. (Hardinsburg.) Sth Poland China $'.'.00, Forrest Davis, Harned winner. Golan 6th Poland China $1.00, Wethington. Hardinsburg winner. (Continued on page 4) ! SUGAR RATION STANDS. Rr- - I Wnihinrftnn, Sept trntion of the present sugar Y ration ol two pounds a month lor each person was antioun- cedby the Food Administration today conference attended by called ere by Food iii i.tiator Hoover. I . 2300 MEN WILL REGISTER IN DiiiLvjili vUiioEy vviJlli I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 PROCEEDINGS Grand Worthy Mrs. Deick. of Matron Here. Louisville who is g. the Grand Worthy Matron of the Kastern Star Lodges of Kentucky, met witli the members of the Clover-por- t order of Eastern Star, Wednesday evening of last week. After Mr. Mike Tucker had been initiated as a member of this order an informal reception was given to honor Mrs. Deick. CLOVERPORT HOTEL CHANGES OWNERSHIP Oct. Purchased by Gibson and Board Consideration $3,500. 1. Mes-dames V One of the largest real estate transactions to have taken place in Cloverport for quite a while, transpired Saturday night when Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Pate made over the property rights of the Cloverport Hotel to Mrs. Larkin Gibson and Mrs. Amos Board. Consideration $1,500 which includes a corner lot 250 ft. wide facing River street, and a fifteen room brick house along with part of the household furnishings. Mr. and Mrs. Pate have been proprietors of this Hotel since 1001, during the time they have established a large trade among the railroad employees and permanent" boarders They will give possession too. October 1st and will move into their property known as the Boyd home Dedicated Sunday Evening by and which bus been used in late years as a rooming house. Rev. Shea of Cannelton Mrs. Gibson and her sister Mrs, Given by Sadality Boardhave been successfully partners A service flag bearing twenty- - three in the boarding house boiSMSI in stars mi dedicated at the St. Rose tliis place for several years and as has Catholic church, Sunday evening at been their aim, they have won a val uable reputation for making their Rev. Shea of eight o'clock. a very excellent patrio- boarding house as near like home as With tic adu.c.ss in dedicating the flag to a boarding house could be. the twenty- - three young men who their increasing business they will have gone out from the St. Rose 'continue in this aim the same as church to make democracy safe for before. The flag was presented the world. by the Sadality girls, and the children Notice. Arthur T. Beard. Clerk of Breckinridge county, whose home is in MEETING Hardinsburg. underwi nt an operation for appendicitis at the St Joseph's Infirmary in Louisville. Saturday. New Draft includes Men Between 18 and 45 Years Inclusive Held in The Black Lick Church The news comes that Mr. Beard MOOd the Operation well and is imWith Three Exceptions. Locnl Registration Places Aug. 28. State Y. W. A. proving steadily. Named. Leader Addresses Meeting Mr. Beard was accompanied to Louisville by his brother. Dr. Harold Thrrsday, September 13, makes an- cers ami enlisted and enrolled men Beard, who has just been graduated Mrs. Shaw Reelected Supt. other epoch in the world's war wlvn of the Naval Reserve Force and Mafrom the medical department of the The 11th annual meeting of the Chicago University and is waiting to 1:1.000.000 more American men will be rine Corps Reserve while in the serM U. of Breckinridge Aaeocnv vice of the I'nitid States. receive his commission in the Medirequired to register for military sertion met at It lack Lick church, A tig Registration Places. cal Corps of the V. S A. vice. This will mean approximately Ifli, The o.heial registration places for Session was called to order by Supt. MM from lireckinridge county who BrccWnridge comity are designated Report of Cloverport Mrs. J. I). Shaw. must regi ter. Those included in this below: i leeetflenel M n, v '. Moennan Baptist W. M. U. , draft arc: Hardinsburg No 1. J. W. Trent, Wclcomr .VMrcfls Mr. W. K. Cooler All 'male persons inu-- t register who Thief: Dennis Miller, Asst.: Ilardins Mitititrn stfiiiil atlrovetl .is rt.ni. hy shall have attained their eighteenth burg No. Marshall Norton, thief; hollowing is a report of the ClovMr. J. T. Jonr. Srcrct.iry birthday and shall not have attained W. F. Routine. Asst.: Hardinsburg Tn a surer report trail ainl ailoDtnl. erport Baptist WOman's Missionary Roll call tf their forty-sixt- h birthday on or be- No. t. R. R. C' lrpton. Chief; Dickey Commit titsc Soeietie as follows Society for the year ending July 1018. aiiuiititetl ( 'ompoM-Xmni nation fore the day set by the President for Mdler, of I'rvtMtntS ol Receipts of Society. each Society. registration. The only exceptions arc: Cloverport No. I. L. Y. Chapifl, R evolutions Perfume Goods Mrs. M Hatch end Mrs. fet Wt Birthday a) Persons who. prior to the day ( hief: Cloverport o. Robert T Pre Box 22.35 M r. I. T. Joins set for registration by the President, Polk, Chief; Cloverport No. 3, C. W. Mtoi Am Scnttou State y, v a . mtm r Silver Tea fi.00 wa a short intro'IuciI ami have either registered under the Moorman. Chief. . 5.01 nias Post-Car- d on Junior orpjni.tiimtx. .Noon Parcel-Po- st Mattingly, II. H. Hates. Chief. terms of the Ait apptoved May Is. Sale . 1.20 ertVg at AftefBAoe Meslee wei calttd le 1917, or under the terms of the public Stcphensport. Jess Miller. Chief: di Donated by Visitor s'eloefc bf Sni;. 2.52 Hymn MJSMM I'alU I s O'vtf tin- TtMmh " Sale Bruner, Chief; il. Prayer ssolution of Congress approved Maj ion piar, ,'uh-t2.U5 of Magazines K. V. Mrs. Cuep t Mis- A., t A. 'JO, IMS, whether called tor service or, .'"ryrnirc. Scot Mooleyville. the V James j work At a RMMMtow stpukv a new org w, turn Dues Collected 50.00 possihte and mia not.; jBroadie. Chief; Irvington, W. J. PU- - Ik tort.' If vine "ur association. (b) Officer! and enlisted men of gott.'t hie): Mrs. X. J. Wathen, Assi Report of Committees adopt. d. Total $1111.88 Ki loltttioni read ami the Kctfiilar Army, ntTu-erappoint?'!, I'.ewley ville, Carl Compton, Chief; Nominations I'.mbursnients for the year; Mrs. J, 1), Shaw. Artrtt Supt. Mr. Supt. and men of the forces drafted, under HiK Spring. John Morris. Chief: Cus- Sail Moorman. Sect. am Treas. M rs. Kratik Woman's Missionary the provisions of the Act approved ter. Ernest Mcador, Chief; Virgil ' Ferry. Training School ftf.TI It was vote.l that all HImUmii KuimIs 7 ; officers May 1H, atid enlisted U rncd. Asm.: Hudson. S. V. Amies, IB, 00 Fund to Slate Treasurer. Mrs. H. .. Ret s, 3BQ Jttdson Memorial Ky. Associa men o the N alioiial Guard, while in Chief; Geo. Royalty, Asst.; Uook, Kast Chtrtnel St. Insurance 25.80 RxpCBM rend to M rs. Krank Ferry Parsonage ion.il the service of the United States; an Kliza i'ile. Chief; McDaniels. Lillian Clovi rport. Ky. Painting and Repairing the ii AM of itrtagfctfng the work of the Officers' RfJtrvc (ilasscock. Chief; Mrs. J. C. Tucker. in reeling own Association, the expense n the officers Parsonage 9X08 our was Corps and enlisted men in the En- Asst.; Glen Dean, W. R Moorman. SI. voted to he $o.N( front each Society and Collection for Widow . 23.31 from ft rising each Junior orKiuization. listed Reserve Corps while in the ser- Jr.. Chief; M ildred M our man. Asst. ; A vote of thanks was given Miss General Associations! Kxpense 2.00 and willingness vice of the United States; and Rocfcv.lt, V. V. I'.axter. Chief; M. her splendid work Treasurer lor t to respond Printing of Programs years, for Lena Payne, our (c) Officers and enlisted men of D. Cashman, Ast. Webster, Chas. to any call. for Association 1.00 hy Mis Scottow. Dismissed with prayer ."1.00 the Navy and Marine Corps, and offi- - Norton. Chief ; Jim St. Clair. Asst. Board for 1911 Delegates Thank Offering 8.00 Wins 1st Lieutenancy Church Building Fnnd 5.oo WEDDINGS IN BRECKINRIDGE : A.-s- t.. I. . L' t ; s it1 1 ; 0FW.M.U. (County Clerk Undergoes An Operation. ST. ROSE SERVICE FLAG HAS NEW RULES On His Own Merits. W M V. Kxpense 23 STARS Breckinridge county couples who were licensed to wed in Cannelton last week were: Miller Monarch ol Glen Dean and Miss I'ettie I'ile of Albert Brown of Rott and Custer. Miss Cola Limer of Glean Dean. Orvillc lsom of Hawesville and Mis Mar) Garrett of Cloverport. at RussettviHe GOVERNING FLOUR , 'Became Effective Sept.. 1st. Sales Record Unnecessary Rules Apply to Ky. Ladies Aid Society Officers Elected. At the annual election of officers for the Ladies AidSociety of the Methodist church which was held Caunel-toiidelivere- d .saluted the stars arc representing are: Prank Knight, Rhoda Knight, Joe Burke. Floyd Carter, Bernard Carter, Richard Carter, Paul Lewis, Fd. Larkin, Herman Lewis, Wallace Lewis, Bernard Lewis, James McGovern, Tom Crenshaw, J. Ileavin, Ora Beavin, Willie Yick Beavin. Mattingly. Pat Hinton, Marcus Quinn Mattingly, ICarl Holder and Lon Willie Whitehouse. it. Those whom IgaJttft the estate of the late Catherine Car- roll, deceaseil will present mem to the undersigned Administrator of her estate, at Cloverport. Kentucky, duly proven, as required hy law. on or before the 15th day of October, I'Hv I.awcrence Carroll, Administrator of the estate of Catherine Carroll, All persons having claims deceased. Claude Mercer, Monday afternoon, the following were elected to hold office during Helen Mrs. the eusiiing year: AdnnUi President; Mrs. John Burn. 1st Vice President; Mrs. Chas. Jackson, Ind Vice President; Miss Kliza-betSkillman, Treasurer; Mrs. A. A. Simmons, Corresponding Secretary and Mrs. K. I!. I'icrce, Pianist After paying all of its outstanding debts the society had $r left in the treasurer tor the new year. h The following rules apply to the flour distribution, beginning Sept. i. It will not be ne.essary to keep a record of Hour sales :u'ter September I. Tiie foregoing announcement has among other thing, the following effect upon Kentucky rules: with the rules as time. l. It docs nw:'. to a farmer getting IS pounds of Hour per month per person from his own It does uw.iy witli the r per person per month as to Hour and due- - awa) with the rules limiting the sales to 'A pounds to town customers and 4i pounds to country customers. :: It makes it obligatory upon all retail dealers to sell these substitutes with wheat Hour which is unmixed. Previonstji the miller was required t sell the substitute- - to the retailer: now the obligation is transferred to the retailer in his sales. A. It does away with the No. yetklM Certificate, and even the man who raises his own corn must now buy his twenty per cent substitutes with his wheat Hour. .". In the sab- of wheat Hour, twenty per cent of substitutes must be sold by retailers or hy millers selling direct to the consumer, at the same time as the purchase of the wheat Hour not one day before nor one day after "(. Those buying Victor mixed flour, graham Hour, or whole wheat loan do not need to buy any substitutes with it. 1 Frank! hi Beard, :.'nd Lieutenant in Headquarter Co. 138th Field Artillery. Camp Shelby, Hattieshurg. has recently been made a First Liantf enant winning the honor on his Own merit and not through an officer training sihool. Lieut. Beard wa- - entitled to a Comwhen he enlisted in the mission service on account of being a graduate of a military college, but he refused to accept the commission preferring to enter as a private and work his way up which he has successfully done having received two commisLieut. sions within eight months. Beard is the son of Mrs. SnUic M Beard of Hardinsburg ami he is now expelling to be sent BCCTOM at any M Colored Worker Margaret School Bible Fund Sta'e Home Missions Missions 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 17.00 :I5.00 .'10.00 Foreign Missions Total difference burse ment and a balance in the and from tree members of the The $288.94 between the tin- receipt was met by treasury from 1917, will offerings from Society. LARGE OE BUYS COMPANY wheal without substitutes. Congratulations on Sale of Smilcage Books. 1000 pounds in Mr. Kdward Gregory, chairman of the "Smileage Book campaign recently carried on in this city, is in receipt of the inCfeedlng note from the Associate Director of the Smitagc Department of the Military Eater tainment Council in Washington "My Dear Mr. Gregory: This can only be a note to express some measure of the congratulations which the Military F.ntcrtainnu'nt Co u noil sends you on the patriotic response of Cloverport to our nation's need Your check of August fit! for fttt. 00 is received and hereby acknowledged. Barrel Refining Plant East St. Louis Being Moved to Kentucky. Pvt. Maysey Attorney, Home on a Furlough. PROMINENT STEPHENSPORT WOMAN In 111 Died Monday Sept. 2. Health For Several Years Buried in Hill Cemetery. Siephensport, Sept. 'J. (Special) Airs, llebby Robertson departed this life Monday night Sept. 2, at ten o'clock at her late home in this place she had been in ill health for several years. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon from the Stcphensport Baptist church, where she had been a member since her early girlhood. Rev. H. S. English of Amnions conducted the service after which the body was laid to rest in the Hill cemetery. Those attending the funeral from a distance were Mesdames Sills of New York, Minnie Breslin and C. R. Boswell of Louisville, Mrs. Nannie Sterrett of Owensboro, Mrs. Abb Moorman of Yelvington, Mrs. Bate llerndon of Irvington and Mrs. Bettie Brashear of Hawesville. R. W. Robertson and two sisters, Mrs. Nannie Sills of New York and Mrs. Bettie Nappcr of this place, who and with a number of relative friends will lament bar death. Hardin School District The following pupil are on th Honor Roll for the (list month .i school: John Orrin Hardin, Mary Edna Jennings. Margaret Alice Hardin, Jane Jennings, Leroy Brickey, Roy Tucker, Huey Kennedy, Had Tucker and Aubrey Tucker. The following pupils are on the Honor Roll except missing OM day Beulah Hawkins, Godfrey Hawkins Mary Ann McGovern, Oscar Boling, Nellie Miller and Ruth Miller. Miss Shellie Laslie spent the week end at her home near Kirk. Mr. Alvin Bate and family, Kvans-vill- e are visiting relatives here. Misses Hazel and lieulah Hawkins and Ruby Miller attended church at Clover Creek, Sunday. Ray Kennedy and Ollie Miller have returned home from Louisville. Misses Bessie and Amy Ball and brother, Shackett were guests of Miss Mary Morton and brothers, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Jennings and daughters were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Beavin of ParsiakM I'lat, Sunday. NEW TELEPHONE MANAGER. Mr. Wilbur Hayues of Whitcsville is the new local telephone manager of the Cumberland Telephone Co., for Mr. Hayne succeed this district. Mr C. H. Hall who has accepted a position a traveling salesman for B. F. Avery & Co., of Louisville. Pvt. Hewitt Maysey. Co. A. 1st Division Bn. Engineers from Ft. Benjamin Harrison, returned last Wednesday after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maysey Pvt. Maysey expects of Addison. to go across in a very short .while. Nine in one. The Breikenridge News was presented with a very unusual gift last with ten An ear of week. smaller ears growing mi il was sent rear bf Miss Katherine Suter, old. and who is raising a war garden. was eviThis one ear of dently trying to do its bit like the one who planted the seed. pop-corn pop-corn Very truly yours, P. Murray. Purchases Golan Wilsons Grocery Sto.v. W. Wethington was connected who until with the recently Clemen Grocery Store in Cannelton, has purchased the stock of grOcier from n Entertained Saturday Afternoon. Mrs. J. Byrne Severs delightfully entertained informally, Saturday afternoon for her sister, Miss Mary Barrett, of Owensboro, and Miss Lu-l- a Severs, who left Monday for Mich., where she will teach puh-lsihool music in the State School for the blind. Mrs. Severs guests included the member of the Wednesday Club and several visitors. Lau-siiiu Some tilings happen fortunately, While the at least, for the farmer. rains of the past few weeks have been freshening the pastures so that greater production of cream has occurred, the price of cream has advanced until now, with the increased voluuin and the increased price cream selling is very profitable. law. Mr. Steve his father-iand will continue the grocery 7. County Administrator must get business ill Mr. Wilson's store on in touch with all retailers within their ike Hill. counties and make sure that they unand son will Mrs. Wethington derstand their obligation in regard move here, later to join Mr Willi-ingtoto the sale of the substitutes as above set forth. ajg Sagtesafcef Attended Civilian Relief In regulations covering the cas'e Worker t Conference. where straight wheat flour is sold by Mrs Frank Mattingly and Mrs. retailers that at the same time twin in Owenswere Ferry auk ty per cent of other cereal Hours must he sold coincidental!' to be mix- boro, Friday to attend the conference of the Home Civilian Relief ed by consumer with the Hour. Workers of the Red Cross SocietJ The m tins section ol Kentucky. A FAMILY REUNION. Mrs. Lucy Pate of Hardinsburg, Conference com cm d Thursday and Mrs. Route No. 2 has had for her guests continued through Saturday during the last week, her daughter, Mattingly is Chairman of the Civilian Mr. Alvin Pate and Mr. Pate their Relief ommittee in the Clovupoii son, Virgil, Fred Allen and Willie; ( hapter and the results of her especPate and their children. Viola, Aliene ial kind of war work has been distinAll of them motored ctly felt in this community particular' and Vernon. here from Kvansville, Ind., and re- by those who have sons and relatives in tervice. turned home Saturday. WilsOB -t. In the issue of May '.'.". last of the Tankers Journal attention was called to the operation of the McComb Oil in Company Kentucky. Kastern I'.ased upon the comprehensive plans of the company at that time, its extensile acreage in the proven fields t Kstill. Wolfe. Morgan, Knott, together Allen and Lee Countie with the high character of the company's management led the Journal to predict that the McComb Oil Company become one of the leading independent oil companie in the Subsequent developemenM state have given ample confirmation to tins prediction. In pursuance of its policy of expansion and devclopcincnt in the interest of the shareholders and to insure a laiger earning capacity on its capitalisation the McComb Oil Company has recently completed the purchase of the 1,000 barrel plant of the Consolidated oil Refining Company, at It is now engaged East St. Louis. in moving the entire plant to Torrent, Kentucky, on the main line of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, within three miles from its producing roperties in Wolfe County, to which it is being connected by its own pipe line. The product of the wells will reach the refinery by gravity. To care for and market the finished product the company is having built under contract with the Alleghany Steel Tank Car Co. of Warren, Pa., thirty steel tank cars with a capacity of 1050 gallons each. Meantime production from welt already having a consistant record of production and many new well which arc constantly being brought in through the active dulling campaign inaugurated by the Company, ContioueJ on page 4 PAGE 2 THE BRECK EN RIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. s WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE t!t C F , ti'j. Mrs. Sipes. v .. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ilardmvav am! Dorothy Azilte Hardaway have returned to Iowa alter a two weeks visit far better soldiers. Three months to hii parents, Mr. ami Mr.s. R. P ll time aWMtgh for us to win or lose Hardaway. We want every man to be this war. Misses Maty Poote und Mary Dick effective, and every one to be proud Carman spent the waif end wdth Mr. and happy. You have it in your power to unand Mrs. C, II. Dniry" ter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis. The show at the school home SaturW A. Stith and family and WicfUld lock the Bible to these soldiers to day night was largely attended. BcOt I Bad lamily were ('inner gueitl (if he. simply by teaching them to read. Moonlight schools will be open for Mr. and Mis. C. H. Drury. Mr. and Mrs Ban Butler and child Mrs. L. A. C. Kemper returned home A Iwnys In oflCd luririK all over the State on ren motored to Qustea last Saturday Office Hours: Inlngton, Ky. Miss Wllda Triplet spent the week these met c flirt- hours Inst Sunday from a three moot hi stay Look up your men and were guests of nis parents, Mr. end at home with her parents, Mr. and September 16th. with her sister, Mrs. A M. Hardaway at once, call on the Kentucky Illitanil Mis. Old Btittler. Mis. Fred Triplet. in North Dakota While there they Commission. Frankfort, Ky , BUa Coaspton hi visiting bar eracy Mrs. Mom to Mr. ami Mrs. Everett Carman geared Yellow Stone Park, Qlacier Park for laplill and join in the service. K1NOS SPKNCEIt. Aug. a boy. He has been named daughter, Mrs. liny livid v this week. and also made a trip to Canada. CI1AS. B. HARHI9, Vice Prc.l,lrnt Airs. Dell LaahBrook, Owensboro is The census oi illiterate for your dis. U. LIMISEY, Secretary John Earl. Mrs. K. M. Kelly, N't Cermet, Ind., trict is endorsed herewith. visiting Ik r sister, Mrs Onton Btan ml Mis.se', Lillian and K tell Yogi, Yours sincerely, for.!. Louisville returm d home Fridav after j. Kalciirh Meadoj, Miss Maggie Blanche Jolly spent a visit with their sister, Mts. C. B. Superintendent County Schools. Saturday in LowJavlB, Witt. Mrs. Deits, W. 0, M. of the older of 1)'. and Mis Robert (iltu, Cbicagu the Eastern Siar viaited Laura Siith PoilOfl gal as one of the first Dr. C. B Will went to LouUtilU Last week and to .k the examination lor who have been visiting Dr and Mrs. J Chapter No. "5 of I hi place, Saturday. iruits of KultUT." It srins. blinds i.. hfattbewi returned home Friday. A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING and kills. service. Charcoal or carbon made hs theHvef or kidWhen liave LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY from fruit pits (or ICedl) and nut 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Poatoffico Mrs. Sallie Mori is fiend from Shelby J. M CraBia spent several days of neys are yo'i to be uut oi gear. Try , sure shells is used to neutralize it. Bert last week, fourth time since be last week near Ovveusboro. Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service! it hoc!, wonders for the liver, kidneys and The Government needs carbon, positions. ring, he is All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of left for overseas last The Baptist Missionary Society nu t Madder. A trial aOe liottlc will convince it is asked the boys and ,girls of employment should write for full information at once. gjOO miles from the firing Hue but wish-e- Wednesday afternoon willi Mrs H. I you., (let it at the drag store. .America to save the following ar he was on it. Moorman tittles from which carbon if man B. S. Clarkson .sevrral dat s Mr. and Mrs. Baa Tucker agent ike propaganda in that city, but ka re- - era hilarity und Iitibhub or tne factured. here last week. wrc and wit k relatives in Owsnsboro. Been Chlneaa In tho khnkl of fgaed, ha was Tanka. in Auguift, 1014, Peach pits (seeds) (a) Mrs. L. C. Kemper left Saturday offered 100,000 marki a year, hut he T'nclc Sam were in the lines. Rev. Robert Johnston deli'-- red his (b) Apricot pits I'.eslde us stood Lieutenant Woods n'iiin refused forcibly to sell his fiir Hidt to pet.d the 1 r. eiKI Will, rmoa at the Methodist eburcb c) I'liim pits II. Sup, mlent. nil Hceda ideiiist. in Bepti Bhef of the aaaae yaai of Xew York, tho United States army o( Harsec regie! Vis It ti ill Hardin her ai: lit. Sunday. The people id) Prunei pits MoharkntUn physician, carefully hiwas obliged to pivc up his busiMrs. J. H Meadnr is with her ilaugh. to loose him and pray God'a richest Do you keep a course of study al- and shells from ness worth 2,000,000 innrks und lloe Bonttldatag every man as hp eiled up blessings upon him whereever lie may the. Mis T. C Williams. West . oint. Suddenly hp esplorl Do yon refer wayi on your desk: (e) Hickory nuti from Turkey, Bl h" was hafthg thrent-ene- d the BangplaBI a young lad. pale of face, woak and have ru-- j Mr. and Mrs Y..n N Do you know that to it frequently? With assassination. (I) Walnuts . scarcely, able to wnbblp up the Mr. anil Mrs. Robi rt Mattlnglji at- - yoar classes in arithmetic history. turned from St I'a.t (g) Butternuts It developed thp lad had a . U ,:. .1 I'm lur.eralut Mrs. Doeia Draue. geography, hygiene, engiiah and civki , ,:1 TO JAP WANTS BE a. M COP tempera tare of 10:! degrees and was Kev. K P. D Method: '" "i'.'.w. . t ghifdie,. ire doiiiK in tl.c sci ond niont'i of l et th( teacher in each district ..'. M burning up with fever. . Mis- - Mamie Smith has resigned ber IChOOl the work prescribed b) the 0 ) Select a leader or leaders 1. I. is I. .. ,:i ...... Anxious to Get on the Police Force Orove. Knowbig his unit was coinj! to pi ce as principal of the school here at I.03 Angeles. course of study to be done in tl.a. (s) Give public to the campaign France, hp refused to rpport sick laat serni'Mi f :': e :::V: . e ear. qualification for that morning and lu left behind. If persistence is .Do you know the gradei (3) Dry pits thoroughly in tin So, tin preseated Prof. Andrew DrUkellal Hardlaalrarg month) Mr ad Mr.s tleo In order to no allfg to France with tnat snouui ne taucrnt tins year ami 111 iriag.them to a central collect- - n policeman KVaah Ojo, twenty-fou- r, wi(h h.is eooaeated to lill the eiiaaay. little dauh:.r. Mary W.U their American-boTapaaaae. win soon his unit for a eraek at the Roche, he no The I'litiihi rlaed I'resbi terian Mis the gradea that should be combined lag station a l'iuz-- 1 piano last vl ;. ,bo on the Los Angalee force ojo gamely nade the lonsr hikp. (."1 Notify Chemical W arfare 'Service. ionary Society wih meet rbaraday this year? Get out thai com c .son, Argus, Mr. anil Mrs. Sam Arms, chums that us there are lli.OUO Japapt hip jro on," he hptrjrpd. "Plea study and use it. Washington. D. C. alter noon with Mrs. P. D. Milaat nese- In the city, and that as there David ?!i.es Catherine and IITre looked tot' W Bid so much to the Above the fourth you should have (0) Shipping in- arc negro oflhteri to look after the thM when I'd be In Francp with my Mand Mrs Roy gfeCoy, Louisville GuflVh attended the II ,rdin ill he sent. in " rues', there should he a Japanesestructions tand bags spent lha week end with his p.iret.ts, only the fifth and seventh gradei thii unit. Xow, at the last mouicnt. I don't fair Tbursdaj . Keep the enrollment of the year. Two hundred peach pits or seven oAcer to .watch the Japasaaa, ojo's want to ha asperated from them. I'm Mr. BOd Mis JatlVs McCoy. The followiig were in Louisville list eighth gradei intact but let pi.'.ind oi nut produce enough carbon application has heea tamed down by only n little sick now. I'll be all Mrs. Minnie Meiattl, Louhurtlla who sixth and I, Kiank Ililf. week: Jonas A Chief ButhH Bl least twenty times, rit'ht BOOB, PIpiisp let me go." h is been the truest of Mr. mdiI Mrs. H. them recite with and do the work of for one gas mask Hods-- i Maadamei Prank mif, Bb The hid actually broke down and the tiith and seventh gradei respecCarboa is made from fruit, stones but every day aeea him ut the stution B Moorman baa returned home. Missis Geo. Pralher ami II n Floweis in a n newed mMmpt to start Vvrk Wept when Lieutenant Woods refused tively. Next year you will have the and tmt shells. S ott, Lean .. Mesd; uies S. II. Divis and Minrie a cop. Drake, Mai) Cora ss and put him In an ambulance for the lixth and eighth gradesand no fifth or Meador. camp. Md ij were la Hardleaburg shopping seventh. In this WB) cab pupil getl TURKISH BEY iS "I just wish the kaiser could see a Thnraday, to Mis Frank Hill wa eal ON each grade, hut the teacher is not retbnt kind of spirit," wild the old EngNOW REFUGEE HERE to sec her nephew. quired to try to teach alt the grades lish general, e:;t ii: t mu', Biir Soli;.;: I'nan' at the same time. "I often got 'pm like that," Lieuten; o .: to Eiiibetht .'.en. if you fail to follow the course of ant Woods told us. "Our boys arc so study this year ami your successor the Septembei sliuui cut. darned annona to. get at tho Huns Miss Uevie Cain and BfasiliaB frict d, next year docs follow it some child tney (ion r want to lot sickness oi The Bapti t ythl'g elae atand ia the way. Brsrj Mi- . Xoanii C eta spent sevcri.1 days in may miss a whole years wank. II invited. Royal Welcome at Enqland's meeting, rimr d , blamed one of 'em thinks he person . . Loulavlile reaeatly, i roop ally is ','oim; to win the war and ureatest Port. The folio win fl later has been sent Shelby Bandy and daughter, Miss there's no slopping or holding 'em. B.iiidx spent Saturday in tO each teacher in the county in Manie Kilen Lord, proud of 'em." Let the patported in the census. Hardinsburg .Off for France. SPIRIT IMPRESSES BRITONS W" with-thMra. I'b.vd Carter has returned to r""s "f W' h the military hand blaring and Mr. and Mr.. Frank Davis and cl u'a,,H'r in carrytar the work the boys up mi deck waving and reu were the guest :. of Mr and Mrs, Cloveroort after a few iluvs visit here suggesfed. I be Illiteracy Comtnii-liowith Mrs. Boyd Keith. "Vou Can't Lick Mfn With That Kind cheering "good-by- " the ship slipped out Dyer, Sunday, Jack will furnish supplies without Into lln harbor, en route to France. of Spirit," Says Old English General Miss Laura M II Stitli spent Friday ccral daji Roscoe Davis spent "Good-bcost. and good luck," waved Lad Weeps Belast week in Louisville thefciiest of her in lrvln;;ti)n wttn .Miss Mruiula llea-l- . Dear Friend: cause 8urgeon Rcfuioi to Let Him the old genorn'. "I hops every ;,Mrs. ;:,i :: Mr Misses Murghret and liabelle Payaa daughter, .ivi 1.: ssi' oge of th in eomos back safe; The new draft law will call out Proceed With His Company Crowds 'lie- two attractive daaghtaraal Alfred . Donald. hut It's hell ; s ime oif them won't mea between is and t&, ami imona See Them Off. rt spent Pa) ne went to Hardinsburg Saturday M. Heaty of u .u i'l"e ever come buck." j,n u;u In s.,mC who cannot read As we turned to leuve the docks pjpe wee eno inr v;n- - 01 .11 oaiin- vneie tiiey will ..ttenii igli cliool tbt or write These will be in a sad More than 'JUO.imjh Arivrtciin soldiers we passed, huiidi 'tis of other marchcondition, and yon can do no grater during one 111611th passed through u ing, sliming Yin NSBb embarking on patriotic lervicc than to teach them. certain agiiah po. t en route from other boats: Par down the principal America to France via Fnglnnd. It's street f the tov n the line of march Any Bias I'" Roes to the camp the greatest troop port in the world. et, iioi'd. liankpi on either side by illiterate is subjected 10 untold Since the war haggg neurly 6,000,000 cheering. Il crowds women libation. lie is expected to sign his Half-Sic- h To Tired, Bilious, .soliliers of the allies have cone through und ebildren mostly. Pretty girls name on the roll, to icud his orders here to battle the Ilun In France. Feeling, stood along tho line of inarch grasp- dose from a bulletin board, to study a man-mv mi ne port commandant, an aid log the raaki s' haada, Some grinand to pieloini other duties imBngllsh general, the Baeraapoadaal alag imis hnag on to thom rather possible tor an uneducated man to watched the emharkatleai of TJD80 Tair tlghl and palled thaa along several perform, kces here one evening. Koneiickneu will oversteps, langhiagly protpstlng. Tbey I,,,,! blked U miles from their come him completely during his lirst From A Sectlon,. ca.iip through a drizzling rfln over lew weks of absence from loved ones Kll(!ll8h .f t0WB g xhl, pack uMa.M. wltn rt.d, ,vhlte an(1 ,,ue. Frora Because he refused to sell his Ideals muddy roads carrying a unless he can write home and can urn iney reaelieil i n practically every principal bulldiug iiiu hv. to the Uermun government, Sallb on 111, read his own letters. pier shouting and singing with the flutters It's a man's remedy that goes to the right spot Puti life and Yon have been wondering what OourdJI, former president of the military hand blaring "Over There." center the American flag. In the activity into the torpid liver, strengthens the stomach and digesof the city's largest park la yea eau do to be heroic, to be pat- gee otllclnl news agency, is a refu"Lord, what a i.onderful spirit," the tion and purifies and regulates the bowels. A timely dose of thil lu this country. The Joiirnnlisl lied located an Amerlcun and British rest riotic. Yon may have been wishing excellent system regulator and bowel tonic will oltentimes ward from Turkey late In 1U14, but the au- old general smiled. "You can't lick camp, accommodating about 7,000. ott a spell of sickness. Price SO cents. that you could help win the war. thorities refused to permit his wife men with that kind of spirit." The camp of about 100 galvanized You can by helping these men. and two children to follow him. They a as m u "'I a nw aiiic ii From AM Sections. iron structures is .Hanked by pretty H3. re OhLI 4 1(1, ITUpriVlUr 9liLVUI9 PIVa Military authorities say that if the are uow in Frauce, '''rom Calif ornla. and other Western lagoons aud ponds, trees and great M:--. men come to camp able to read and In May, 1914, the Uermun ambassa- states they came. There were a score bushes and flower gardens. The write it shortens their military dor at Constantinople offered him or more American Indians with their Americans have turned the beauty trainingt hree months and makes them 40,000 marka a year to exololt Dcrmiui banshee yells mixing in with the gen-- 1 spot of the town Into a reat camp. Sold b all tlruatft.lt. In Trenches for Third Time. Iktfl was an awful big wheat crop Pvt. W. Mattingly. one of the too ami that sound Rood to me. COfl said that sister Mail and the Breckinridge county boys stationed with Co. M. th Infantry, overseas. children were at home. I know yon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. all had some (food time and I wish I Mattingly, of Hardinshurg, and who could have heen there with you lint is expericiH nig trench life for the the day w ill come. I am in hopes. again e ran he MgtthtT when third time ll w rites : Dear Mother. Dad. and All: rc- - Ami she said she and sister were go- I do ceived Cora's and Klizaheth's letters nig to the Matnniouth lave. and as usual was glad to hear from hope they did for that will he some-hom- e and to know that all are well thing nice for them, n What has become of Hess and and Jttting along all right Hope you receive this letter yon will! roll? I have had one letter from her he well as I am getting along line since I have been over here and you and well I am in the trenches for never say anything about them. 'I ell t the third time and don't know how her to please take 'inie and .tc long I will have to stay before we line ami tell me all the news And Ret relieved hut I don't mind being .let me know whether you got lot here for there is not much doing money I sent home or not as non as where we are. We have not bad a possible and then I will sen some t ore. battle yet. Tell .1. C. for bun to be a Rood You asked me what kind of a lime 1 bad the Fourth of July. I In. boy and take Rood care of Kandaugh some time as we were on the Alpi ami Carrol and teach them how to mountains ami it was cold We drew !walk and talk like be can. I sure overcoats and another blanket andUvould love to see all of you but M they felt Rood too. It bas never been COttfM I can't. have told all the news and Well too hot but what our (). i). clothes feel Rood arid the blankets ;,t night will have to close for this time. It does not seem like summer over With lots and lots of love and all here, don't know whether it is the kisses for all of you. I am as ever your loving boy. brother and I am sure glad to bear that the ancle, W. C. Mattingly. crops back in the good old I S. A. A. 1". (). Co. If, r.th Inf.. A. K. arc good and hope they can have good luck in saving it. I heard tint 145, I' ranee. 1 C'ar-wheI I I til Men May Register at the Ky. State Fair Grounds Men regaiftd tO register in the nest draft may fill out thier Regis tfathya Blanks ea the Kentucky State Pair grounds, TtNadh September 10, bat will If A M. and I P, M Arrangements have been made by S. Cohen, whereby anyone visiting Commissioner of Agriculture Mat whereby anyone visiting S. Cohen, the Fair on this date, or desiring to remain at the Fair past the date of rcRistration, may till out cards at Commissioner Cohen's office at the I'air Rround and these cards will be promptly returned to the local draft hoard having jurisdiction over each A return card will be sent case. with registration card and a stamped envelope enclosed in order that registrant may possess prof of rcRistration. The plan carries especial value in view of the fact that Tuesday, September 10. is Military Day at the air and every enlisted man at (amp Zachary Taylor and at West Point Camp will be admitted with only the Kaliki suit as credentials. I 11 ixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: WAGONS We have just received a car load each of Bain and Weber Wagons. We believe there is no better wagon and few as good, and we know the purchaser of one of these makes is sure of lasting satisfaction. We have more of these famous wagons due us on contracts placed months ago, but deliveries are uncertain, and we, in the spirit of service advise anyone who expects to need a wagon within the next year to buy now. In so doing he will not only save money but have when he needs it. V B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. year. Thoria ., Irvington is the guest of her urcle, A. F. Sipes and Miss Mary 11. yK ..v XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXK 8 DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... BIG SPRING DENTIST f&VV EARNED Commercial School- 1. Ssn-ol- SS J SCHOOL NEWS 11 , AND VIEWS i I - ) cang-plfink- , , i M . Prthr m ) -. Ind-vjan- GREET YANKS ' - BEWLEYVILLE . WAY TO FRAK6E ; .... - . LOCUST HILL fa 0t n Fever-Stritke- y n . 1 - i j ' I111-- get rid of that :s? take a of l - HEROINE It Cleanses the Stomach, Liver and Bowels m Krt 11 uio-mu- ycyiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiMiiirY'nirT'M ...i1 I MkBS THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. PAGE 3 HAI6 CLOSES ON NORTH- GEN. SIR HENRY HORNE MESSINES; FOCH GAINS WEST FLORIDA Offer. Mniwv Oppnrtimiltra In lhi Farmer and Mock man ArllmatntiniiirpaKHrrt nniA Dm whole car 'round. Wr tM nfforinir to Willi il unp.irul rr.isoiiiihlc. loli'irrifiiln. hir We want. Mihstantial raf1Bn nnd tot-ralwrs, thosn who Ml Tallin n !(.. corn, mi v r cane. hojra. h(f p mi !! Iflftl l'"t W6t pot at Ml " .It;. II 'II torn, Tetvet hfinii and nthcr fnragpcrnpg. Wowd 4.rVK) atTP of voiul hlf h In nil. Hold only in 40 acre or nmro, We are closing up aetata. I'rlcca t7.fi0 per acre thn t.ami up MNMNhf to location. If you want a home In the Pouth, write frr our hooklet. THE I. 1.1 MeCASKtU COMMIT Boi. Oofuniak Sprlnt, Florida 4 MILES Tot- State Fair Week! An Extraordinary Tailoring Offering I Tergnier Falls and La Fere ters as the Allies Drive Ahead. YANKEES CLOS: on ON ENEMY It" i : French J Coucy-Lao- Advance Twenty-Mil- e Front, Capturing Lower Forest of Big TROUSEKS V,S C.en. Sir Henry conunandlng the Itritlsh First army which has been driving the Huns east from the region of Arras. FT SB 0, Superior Woolen Mills At the Louisville Yanks Bring Up Guns in the Battle. DIRECTORY Of Cattle II M V and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Daan, Ky. through MetteorCootoro and Fins. then by Lleramont, Lnngavesnea, nnlurt'Boudy, Hancoarl and Trrtry l.nnchy. where It Joins (he French Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Pairs line. Past Pive Years Close on Messines. Itritlsh troofM advanced on the front to the southeasl and IWirtnensi- m .a of Peronne, capturing tne tow im m and Mctz-enW. J OWE! A SONS, Profilers Hancourt lUture, says the war office a an Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 nouncement. Fighting their way toward the left Poland China Hogs a Specialty (lank of the Hermans' positions along the Canal du Word from HaTrtncoart northward, the Itritlsh penetrated the Polled Durham Cattle western part of Havrincourt wood, prothey as prisoners taking gressed. ORCHARD HOME FARM In Flanders the Itritlsh are pushing toward Messines near the soulli-er0. P. MAYSEY. Proprietor tad of the Messines ridge, and they advanced their line at Bight BREEDER OF a shorl distance in the direction of town. Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs. theNorth of la Basse canal on the - Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep ban had been expected. The British line starling at llavrincourt wood, of which the British I London, Sept. !. The French hnve front to an avadvanced on u erage depth of two mjles and at some pluces to a depth of four miles. They occupied Tergoter, three miles from Ln Fere, without opposition. The French also reached the forest of Coucy, und now nre on n big stretch of entirely new ground. British progress on practically the whole buttle front from llavrincourt wood to the river Alsne continued during the morning with greater rapidity e Pair of Trousers N Worth $6.00 Free of Charge An Extra Latest photograph of Home, to Its Junction where the most determined was encountered. with the French, resistance de- nrntni nnictlcallv one-half- , runs Valley Home Stock Farm . Sorel-Ie-Grn- - fense, and Hie German have taken of every hlllslda ami ravine in placing rhelr artillery and machine guns. The Americans were forced to face a deadly barrage, while harriers of gas were raised In every ravine dOWn which they advanced. An equally destructive artillery ra appose was made by the Americans, however, und the men already tried In previous engagement advanced steadily, clearing out Ihe machine gun nests one after try otters batter opportunities for More broken coun- With suits tailored to your measure and tailored to your liking from new Fall materials at any of the following Prices:-$18.S$20.00, 22.50, $25. OO, $27,50, $30.00, $32.50 and up to $37. 50. When you're in Louisville at the State Fair come on down to 513 W. Market Street and get in on this extraordinary bargain. Orderyour new fall suit; take your choice of any of our fine woolens at any of the above prices, AND WE'LL $6.00 FREE! GIVE YOU AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS WORTH chain of stores and we sell DIRECT FROM WEAVER TO WFARER. You pay for no middleman's profit and you pay for no heavy overhead. That's why we can make such a wonderful offering at such low prices. We're Louisville's fastest growing tailors; we operate a big another. SUPERIOR WOOLEN at 513 W. Market, Hardinsburg. ky.. Route 2. C. ar V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburfit DEALER IN Ky. High-Cla- N Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES Glen Valley Stock Farm E. R08EATS0H. Pflptlilor Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Barilla, north of the Allette, was Shorthorn captured In henvy fighting. South of Duroc Jersey Hogs the river the French hnve taken ad Nanteull-I,a-Fosse- the situation. Huns Die at Guns. The German held their position along n machine gun line Stubbornly, many of them living at their i:uiis. hut the total mortality was not great, since only machine gunners were left In the rear line. It is probable, however, that the German losses were large as a result of the counter artillery fire. Sonic Ho prisoners were brought In from that part of the sec tor on the Americans right. Because Of Ihe better terrain the Ooi'UMWM can afford to retren; here more slowly and from Ihelr positions they can exact n higher price in return for Ihelr with. Flanders front British patrols have draVal. It Is Inevitable at the same made headway in the enemy positions time that they, too, must pay dearly. Tin' result is a foregone conclusion, In the Ucinlty of CajrtefcMHg and anil tie- only question Is that of the cost in men. Heavy Fighting. The Germans enfiladed the Ameriatia, Sept. 0. Oa OM front between the Soniine and Ihe Disc the cans, who on their part replied In French continue to press forward, kind and with interest, while the n French supplemented their work with overci mini; 'be resistance Of the rear guard, according to the war what nasi have been frightfal roasa aencea for the Qerraaaa Bushing east of Ham, office report. Ihe roups have occupied French towns of Dory and Ollezy. more North HORVATH WITH CZECHS than three miles beyond Hani. of the Allettc the French have made a further advance, winning the entire lower forest of Coney. North of the Vesle. where American troops have Leader of Larr3 Russian Facadvancing, there Is no change In been tion Goes to Irkutsk. Qer-maI MILLS Louisville Fall Clearance Sale n order i' gel ready for prices the foil u ills articles i ur new : f;ii w e art Ferine ;u th.- lowest Men's Odd Pants Boys Fall and winter Suits Mens Shirts and Overalls These arc marked down cheaper than they can be bought at wholesakt Shoes Urt" , f'onde Fort and Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Cnndc-SurAlsn- Repioves Moot Troublesome Factional Differences Amonq Elements Opposing the Bolsheviki. big lot of slippers ml low cut shoes for men and wont n which great reduction in gke noun tor fall goods. Yon m ill find inn r i neavy worK ri wen s TT anoes a great ileal cneapei than tin. lieu took will be. a We have l)e sold ai a (. Thos. O'Donoo-hu- e Dealer in and l'.reeder of Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle, Po land China Hogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 THE HOWARD 1. FARMS M. HOWARD 4 SON. Prop. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, - Ky. Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers In Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco Um NORtUN. Put Torch to Villages. Washington. Sept. 0. All military Willi the Flench Armies In Franco, asjpoattJoa against Ihe Czechs in the Sept. ft. The retreat of ihe Germans Vladivostok (list riit Is doomed to an durlni: Ihe last two days has assumed early collapse, according to dispatches a strong resemblance to that of March from Russia reaching the stale deThe horizon at night partment. The Czechs are being asof last year. glows with the light of conflagrations, sisted hy Russians in western Siberia, s for which, however, the Germans the dispatch adds, ; nd General llor- are this time furnishing most vatb has left Vladivostok for a COO of the fuel In Ihelr stores of supplies fen nee w ilb the Czech leaders at thut the pressure of the allies has Irkutsk. obliged the enemy either to leave on Another dispatch from Consul HarIhe spot or destroy. ris at Irkutsk, dated September 2, The villages named In Ihe reports says that the Czechs are In power were scarcely more than Ihe ruins of from Cheliaklnah and Ekaterinburg to the villages destroyed more than n Chita and also west as far as Samara, year ago. with only a few frame build- Orenburg and Kazan. ings erected for the reluming Inhabstill another assaaatje, from a confitants. idential source, says ihat connect Ions Find Death Traps. have been established between the Death traps are being left behind Czechs operating east of Karemaka by the enemy as they were last year. and those cut off in the Knlkal reNoyon, for Instance, is full of them. gion, effecting the capture of Chita The engineering corps Is still at work ami Karemaka. Trains are now i seeking them out and where possilile, between Irkutsk and the Onoa making them harmless. Noyon, how- river, It Is added. destroyed by ever, Is explosions of mines to which time Observes 104th Birthday. fuses had been attached and by the Mrs. George De Beck, the oldest intense shelling to which the town while woman in British Columbia, has wus subjected before the Germans just celebritted her one hundred and were driven out of range. fourth birthday annlversury. Her direct descendants number almost 100. Yanks Bring Up Big Guns. With the American Army on the Her eyeslKht Is perfectly clear und aha Vesle Front, Sept. 0. Menaced by a possesses renin rkuble vigor. salient Increasing In danger, the Germans begun a withdrawal from the them-selveruu-Bgathree-quarters Produce Prices I Ion-- am paying prices (tti d el in ou for produce, eitht cash or tr aile . 21 cents; Tiers, 23 cents Roosters, 11 cents; E ijs, 34 cents ; R. W. JONES, one day last week. Mrs. Battle Huffinei and son arc visiting in Mattoon for three weeks Mr. and Mrs. Lovd liasham and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pats Haynes at l iccdcon, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Comptou were guests Sunday of their daughter, M u Richardson and Mr. Richardson. Mrs Claude Shoeiuate left Satur day for Louisville where she will make her home during her husband's stay at Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. llarman Aldridge wn nucls Sunday id Mr anil Mrs AKah Beaucharap, Mr. and Mrs Wallace t oner, lilair, Neb., arrived last week and are the ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hticst-George Coner. Miss K.ie Horsley and Mr. Krnest liook were married at Hardinsburg , , Glen Dean. Ky. u.cvs iii Keeps Up With Cloverport Happings r. J. I). Babbage, Clovarport, Ky. Dear Sir: As cannot very well keep up with the happening! oi Cloverport and Breckinridge county with out The Breckenridge News, am enclosing 1.M which you may apply to W ith Bay subscription as it is out. best of wishes to all. Yours truly, Mrs. Otis Taat, MM S. .'nth St. Louisville, Ky. I 1 The News, Verj respectfully, Ida Vagn'"ier, Eastern State Hospital, Lexington, Ky. From M. M. Jarboe. Ky. Mr. J. D, Babbage, Claverport, Dad clu ck ol $ l 50 Enclosed which send me your paper, Breckenridge News, one year M M oblige larboe, Mi Daniels, Ky. for The and The Webster Stock Farm 0MI Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder 'of Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster. Ky. Park Place 6. N. Lyddan Vesle valley to Hie right of the Americans. On the west Hank Ihe Americans held firmly, while the French exerted sharp pressure on Ihe rear, but there bus developed u sltuution considerably different from that of the last few days n the region westward Solssons. The Germans fought more nearly in the spirit of their traditions, but slowly this continued to give way, leaving little doubt that the line from near Reims to that now along the Alsne would be quickly) GARFIELD I. D. I lovcrport, Kncloscd please Babbage, Ky. Hud for $1 for which Kind Sir: Enclosed my check for laaaa saawt The Breckenridge News $1.50 please credit ni subscription to the year out. Very truly yours, your paper, The Bi eckcm idge News. l D. Aaaaaoaa, Krsp't yours, A. J. Dye. Clifton Mills, ky Uaioa Star, Ky. Mi Ky. From John L D. Ammons. D llabbage, Cloverport, Sheriff Renews. Daaf Sir: money order straightened. Farmer and Feeder Irvington, BaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Ky. Yanks in Tight Place. The struggle is being made to the American-.- ' right und has placed them In a position where they are subject to a beuvy enfilade, especially by the artillery. Despite desperate resistance they swung their line forward Mrs. V. H. Mattiugly was in Hard insburg, Thursday. Kev. Harvy Knglish lillsd his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. Houston LeGgand entertained her Sunday school class Sunday and a few invited guests, an enjoy able day was spent. SaveraJ from here are attending the State l'air. Mrs. Harper and children, Webster were here last week as guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Dink Carman. Mr. Tom Horsley and children motored to Kingswood, Monday. Bud Bennett, Custer was in town Saturday, August II, SUBSCRIBERS LETTERS From G. Breckenridge Ky. Dear Mr ed you will Und scription to The E Can't Do Without It. Out of the County 34 Years. 1) H.thhaee. I loveiport, Ky. Mr. llabbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dc.n Ml. Kncloscd ;.'. ceatl for a renewSir: Deal Sir: You will enclosed tin al for The Breckenridge News for six check for $l.."i0 for The breckenridge c cannot be without the News. I have been awu months from old good old paper Hreckenridge :i4 years but the paper Mrs. J. J. Whitworth, is just a letter from home Lodibtirg, Ky. Yours truly. Millwood, Ky. Mrs. W. I. Deliaven. I 1 Enjoys the Soldiers Letters. Shellman. Mr. J. D Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. A Renewal. News I'locerport, Dear Sii Breckenridge News. Cloverport, Ky You will And enclosed Bahl .'.Ill lllv a cluck lor $t.5U for which please Dear Sir: You will find enclosed $) ver my sub- send tne The Breckenridge News one JO cents in money outct for which BVeckenridge News. year. 1 please scud me I'be lii Wenndgo Like a letter from home. like to hear from the home boys in News loi I mouths Yours truly, Hespecthilly, G. E. Shellman. the trenches as their letters are al- 11 PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. tv THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. arc over there facing death every minute of their lives, situ ply thai we might live in onr homei in peace tna happiness, how can we withhold ttr dollars? Isn't it safe to ay. "We Will Go hrer the Tot?" -- OUR BANK STAND& FOR BUILDING UP CLOVERPORT, KY. WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 11. 1918 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price t.fa a year: 50c for 4 months; 75c 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. Potting a bail on pleasure car riding on Sundays, besides conserving war necessities such as oil and gasoline may be the means of helping to solve the church attendance problem, Hand on The Mreckenridge News to your neighbors if they are not subscribers and let them enjoy it. Our daily duty And the fruit-lade- n OUR OWN HOME INDUSTRIES buy a War Saving Stamp, 25 cents. When you have finished reading your NEWS hand it to a friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. ler. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: coov of THE BRECKENRIDGE Autumn follows. Gilbert, Saturday. Schopp returded from Louis ville Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Grant. Aeon, Canal Zone, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nannie guests of Mrs. Wm W. J. NOT Ol'K WAY, BUT UNCLE SAM'S We did not, but mind you, the Government has issued the following rules regarding country weeklies: "No publisher may continue subscriptions after three months after date of expiration, unless subscriptions are renewed and paid for. "No publisher may give free copies of his paper, except for actual service rendered; except to camp libraries and huts or canteens of organizations recognized by the Government, such as the Red Cross, Y. M. C A., or K. of C. ; except to the Li brary of Congress and other libraries which will agree to hind lor permanent keeping; except to Government department li braries which use said publications in their work; and except for similar reasons." Date of farrow Mar. 30, HUH; ini mo.; tial weight Ityt lbs., age 2 final weight 112 lbs., age 3J4 mo; daily gain lb.; cost per lb. 6 cents; fed corn, bran and tankage. Fed by Frank Brown. Date of farrow Mar. 8, 1918; initial weight 40 lbs., age 2 mo. 19 days; final weight OH lbs., age 6 mo.; daily gain 1 lbs.; cost per lb. gain I 5 cents; fed corn tankage, slop and shorts. Fed by Murray Lyons. Date of farrow Mar. 21, 1918, ini tial weight 55 lbs., age 2 mo.; final weight 172 lbs., age 5 mo. fi days; daily gain cost per lb. 10 cts.; fed corn and shipstuff. Fed by Earl 1 1- -5 1 then, wc believe our patrons will not ask us nor exto continue their subscriptions after the ftllOted titftt BJ stated abow. any more than they would go to their grocery man and asll him to ell them a sack of flour without the subIt is not our way. bat altogether I'ncle Sam's, therestitute-. fore we expect our subscribers to abide by it strictly and if they do not. we will be compelled to. w pect ti- - -- M.DIKKS. to College" is likely to be The slogan of "Enlist and more than a mere slogan the first of October when the youths between the ages of is and 21 will be mobilized at more than MM colleges in the 1'. S. for the purpose of being trained as STl'DKXT-S- t (i Student-Soldiers. By young regular members of the Ann' and those who prove especially qualified are to be commissioned as officers, as 125,000 Commissioned officers are needed in the I". S. Army and it is said that BO.OOO are available. To the boys inducted into this ser vice, their subsistence, quarters, cunning ami tuition win dc orovided bv the ( io eminent, and in addition to this thev w ill receive a private's pay in the army. Certainly the offer has a two fold advantage in that tin bovs can earn the value ot the rule when Irving to down a - well - the value of a little book learning in fight in Hun the battles of life after the Hun is downed. It is indeed a gll nous ODDortunitv and one that our American youths can not aa- enlisting in this Student Army Training Corps, the men receive a college education and at the same time be well at'f rd to miss. THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. So it has come, a Fourth Liberty Loan Drive, in spite ot tact that so mam neonle believed it would not. !ut it is the without question thai it is the universal hope that this will be the fourth and last loan and lor tins reason it should he all the ard Triplett. more an incentive to make it go over the top. However the American people are so aroused over the necessity of winning STEPHENSPORT the war by this time, they need no other incentives except to say "It will win the war." Mrs. S. W. Davis, Mystic was the The amount t be raised in this fourth issue, has not been ijuest of Mrs. Kugene Conner, Wednesmade public as vet; at the same time committees are at work day. everywhere hecause thev nave had an inKling that tins is to lie Prof. E. B. McClure and Mrs. opened school here last Monday. larger than any of the previous isiUCS, and to be raised in less Mrs. Nannie Sills, New York arrived time, from September 28 to October 10, is the date set. Prom a standpoint of local pride as well as national pride, Tuesday to attend the fuueral of her sister. we are peculiarly anxious to see Breckinridge county come out Mrs. Minor Fierce returned Friday with living colors as she did in the Third Drive, and there is from Mystic and Louisville. nothing to prevent our doing it if WC will each determine in our Miss Denton who is with her sister, minds thai Breckinridge county WILL make up its quota. Mrs. McClure will attend school here W hen we remember that the foremost young men of our coiin- - this winter. 1 Mc-Clu- Date of farrow Mar. IS, 1918, iniUse., age I mo. 9 da.; tial weight Anal weight SM lbs.. 4 mo. 20 days; lbs.; cost per pound daily gain I fi cents; fed skim milk. bran, middlings, tankage and corn. Fed by Km met t O'Donoghn, Date of farrow Mar. 8, 1918, initial weight .14 lbs., age I mo. 17 days; final weight 102 lbs., age 0 mo.; daily gain cost per lb. gain li'j Fed cents; fed corn and tankage. by Robert McGary. Date of farrow Apr. 14, 1918, initial weight 50 lbs., age I mo. 25 days; final weight 140 lbs., age 5 mo. 25 lbs.; cost per days; daily gain lb. ft'i cents; fed corn, tankage and table slop. Fed by Robert Squires. Date of farrow Feb. 22, 1918. initial weight 33 lbs., age 3 mo.; final weight 145 lbs., age ti'.j mo.;daily gain ll.; Cost 0'j cents; fed corn, Duroc, fed by Leona oats and rye. M eador. Date of farrow Apr. 10. HIS, initial weight, linal weight 210 lbs., age I mo, SO days; daily gain 2 lbs. Poland C hina lad by Raymond Squires. Date ot farrow Feb. fi, 1918, initial weight 30 lbs . age 4 mo. ; final weight 204 Iba., age : mo ; daily gain .' lbs.; cts. cost per pound gain 9 fed corn, cornmeal. shipstuff and butFed by Jerry Gent. termilk. Date of farrow Mar. 3, 1918. initial weight 38 lbs., age 2 mo. 12 days; final weight 202 lbs., age 0 mo. 2 da.; cost per pound gain fi cents; fed corn Fed by Arthur Alexanand bran der. Date of farrow Apr. 1, 1918, initial weight ho IBs., age 2 mo. 10 days; final weight 132 lbs., age 5 mo.; daily gain lb.; cost 7 cents; fed skiin Duroc, Fed by Howmilk and bran. Stith. Date of farrow Mar. 15, 1918, ini Tuesday afternoon. tial weight '.'."i lbs., age I mo. 17 days; Congratulations are beingreceived by final weight 130 lbs., age 5 mo. 10 da daily gain 7 lbs.; cost per lb. gain Mr. and Mrs Almon Ramsey on the 9 cents; fed corn, meal and tankage. bt th of a son, on Sept. 8 Fed by Carl Miller Jolly. Mrs. Matt Jarhoe and daughter, Miss Date of farrow Mar. 7, 1918", ini- Gladys, Mt. Carmel, III. are visiting mo.; daily Mrs Almon lbs., age tial weight 111 klSSta utd Mr. Ramsey. gain I liM; cost per lb., I cents; Fed by dlings, tankage and corn. Cary K. Tucker. Large Oil Company Buys. ; Sills. Mrs. G. E. Shively and daughter Miss Henrietta and Mr. W. H Shively left Wednesday for Louisville to remain this winter, Miss Henrietta entering school. L. D. Pox and son, Bainord were in Louisville the fTrst of the week. Mrs. Mary Diecks, W. G M., Louisville met with the O. E. S. here last The directors and officers of our bank are well known to you as men of high character and ability, who have aided in the upbuilding of this city and community. Our bank is big enough to handle the largest banking business, yet it is not too big to appreciate the smallest depositor. We invite the accounts of firms, corporations and individuals. Children's accounts also welcome. We offer you Strength, Courtesy, Good THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG, Business Methods. ii'j I I il, Miss Carrie Tucker, Cloverport was the week end guest of Mrs. E. A. final weight 10:1 lbs., age 4 Prize Winners at Pig Show. Blaine. UK). i daily gall l4M lbs.; cost per Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Kemp left Mon pound gain s cents; fed corn, Continued from page l ed by day for Louisville to uttend the State Beat Hog not in breed winning Fair chop, peal and tnntlflgT Fair. trip $7.30, Robert Mctiary winner ( )w in ( iundman. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman was in Duroc; date of farrow Feb, Si, ItlS with Duroc Jersey gilt initial weight SO Iba., age :i mo. I days Owensboro last week. mo. 10 'ml Duroc Jer.sev $.'1.00, Arthur final weight 134 lbs., age Miss Belvia J. French is at home for lb.; cost per lb. days; daily gain Dcjarnette, McQuad) winner. gain 9 cents; fed corn, tankage, mix a sliurt vacation. 3rd Duroc jerMJt $.'.0, Murray ed feed and skimmer milk. Fed by Mrs. Owen Maysey, Addison is the Lyons. Mctjuady winner. Arthur Dejarnctte guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. itf farrnw Anr 4 1HM ini 4th Duroc Jersey $1.00 Miss Leona l:tle tial weight M lbs, age I mo. 10 days; Win Ahl. Maador West View winner. '.".' lbs., age final weight mo. 0 da.; Mis. H. S. English and children, of Fat lings daily nam '.' Ihs cost per lb. nain Amnions were week end guests of her 1st prie $6.50 Anthony Alexan- 0 cents; fed corn oats and tank- mother, Mrt. A. B. Crawford. der, Hardinsb'urg winner. age Fed by James McCoy, 'Jr. A. V. Whitworth and family left SjmI prize $3.00 Klza Tucker. West Dale of farrow Apr. IS, 1UIS; initial weight 3.i lbs age 4 mo. IS days; Monday for their new home uear View winner. :i daily gain lbs ; cost per lb. Louisville. View wilier '.) cents; led corn and tankgain W. H. Gibson and family moved 3rd price Gent, Weal age. Fed by Homer Robertson. View winner. Date of farrow Mar. l'JIK; ini- Saturday to their farm recently purch 4th prize $1.00, Kail St it h. Irving- - tial weight SJ lbs., age 3 mo.; linal ased from A. V. Withworth. weight I.',)! lbs., age S mo. IS days; ton winner. Perry Kemp, Prof, K. B. McClure and lbs.; cost per lb. B. F. Date of farrow, April IS, 1!U8; in- daily gain Blaine with their families have fed slop and corn, " lbs., 3 m,o. '.i days; gain' to itial weight, moved into Mrs. E. A. Blaine's house l ed by Forrest Davis. days mo tiual weight, l'.,;1.. lbs., Dale of farrow Mar. t, Mils, mi on Muin St. lbs.; cost per pound Daily gain, I cts Fed skim milk, bran, tial weight 110 lbs., age 3 mo.; linal Mrs. Wm Hall and daughter, Mrs. gain. 01 days; Qttia Lewis, Cloverport were Saturday middlings, tankage and mm Bred weight It! lbs. age I nm. daily gam IS ISO; coil per lb. 7'j VV. K. Moorman & Co. by Fed by guests of Mrs. R. A. Smith and Mr. Hampshire, date of farrow Apr. IS, cents; fed slop and clover. Smith. mo. honest Davis weight SO lbs., age initial Date of farrow Mar. 30, 11118; inias days; final weight 134 lbs., age 4 Mr. and Mrs. W. B Hanks are in lbs.; tial weight 30 lbs., age I mo.; final Louisville S days; daily gain 1110 the guests of their duughter, cents; fed corn and weight 110 lbs., age IJ4 mo.; daily Mrs. lb., s cost uer Yeager and Mr. Yeager. gain 1 lb ; cost per lb. gain 7 by Bernard O'Keilly. slop feed Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gilbert and Mrs. Poland; date of farrow Apr. 10, cents; fed corn, tankage, bran and Fed by Lorena lint John Hatfield ol near New Bethel were initial weigh! 3ft Iba., age it S--l buttermilk. RM it 1 .li-tiI ." , I I 1 1 .' M 1 1 1 1- Continued from page 1 assures an ample supply of oil for the The refinery from its own wells. farsightedness of the management in securing a ready to hand refining plant, at a resonable figure may be appreciated when it is realized that under present war conditions the construction of a new plant would As the work have been impossible. of transferring the plant is now go ing on, under the competent direction ot Thomas hi. Coyle, who has been secured to operate the refinery, the McComb Oil Company will soon be turning the product of its wells into refined products. The establishment of the plant at Torrent will be followed by the construction of an additional plant for the manufacture of lubricating oils and parrafine wax. The enlarged scope of the company's business, which now comprises every essential branch of the industry has been followed by a change in the name to that of the McComb Producing and Refining Company. During the month of August several new wells have been brought in on the Adams lease which are producing from 75 to 100 barrels a day. It is significant also to note that not a dry hole has as yet been encountered. With the prospect of increasing the number of new wells to forty or more within the next six months the McCombs is justified in beleiving that at least $1,000,000 worth of oil will be sold from tfie property within, a year Adding to this the profits of refining and marketing in its own cars, it easily takes rank as the foremost independent oil company in Kentucky. It must be remembered that the immense acreage as yet undeveloped contain posibilities of future profitable expansion which can hardly be catenated. It includes over 17,000 acres in the Eastern oil belt. As a natural result the stock of the hfcCombi Producing and Refining Company has advanced with its conIt is now held tinuous progress. at $1.50 a share which figure it will shortly he advanced and at this price otters a most attractive investment. Under the ableexecutive management of Abran Renick, the 1'resident of the company and the field management of C. McCombs, there has been an enormous increase in the total value the company's holdings and this has been accomplished without jeopardizing the safety of the shareholders interests. Futher expansion however requires an additional amount of working captial and this will be supplied by the sale of additional stock yet retained in the treasury. The office of the President from which additional information can be n obtained is at 1909-1:Building, Louisville, Kentucky. .' Inter-Soutli- H ARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. KY. Total Assets over $1,000,000.00 not LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK& .X TRUST CO. 4th and Market Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. Transacts a general and Banking Trust Busines We solicit your patronage 11 PAUL COMPTON, Sect. Capital and Surplus.- $300,000.00 $2,000,000.00 Total Assets Women Are Businesslike Statistics show that the number of women depositors is rapidly increasing. . We realize that women today are a big figure in the business world. 7 bible Save3 Life. During the program of most war., stories gain currency of how some soldier's lile whs saved because tlM hulli'l which hit him lust went HWMSjfc the Bible he was currying on bis bna.-t- . Thero were MVftfSlI such instances a ported in the Civil war uud perhaps uH of theui were true. The tirsl to come from is thut of William It. VVil son, nineteen yeurs ot age, from 1'u. He snjs currying a lUb and a trench mirror in his pocket. A German bullet hit them both, only enough to serutcb his akin uud do no dumiige whatsoever though It iui- from a sharpshooter and was well aimed. Books, eapectally Hlblcx. are evidently very eAcisnt breast We pay special their accounts. attention to aH New-ctustlI peue-tratla- Courteous tellers and clerhs will gladly explain anything women want to know in the banking line. FARMERS BANK, Hardinsbur, Ky. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, The Breckenridge News WKDNKSDAY. SKl'T. II. mis Ky .TUCKY. PAGE 5 Indianapolis from which places she will purchase her fall millinery goods. Mr. and Mrs. MAN NOT HARD TO ANALYZE Kuthrr Pate and Entered at the Pout Office at Clorrrport, as aecond class matter. f HIS "y. ' APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE I W OFNfRAt. BRANCHES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OFFICES I" Monday home children returned after spending several days in Louisville with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Plank. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Arms and children, Miss Kathleen Arms and Percy Arms of Hardinshurg motored to Louisville and spent the week end. Mrs. Susie Squires and daughter. Mrs. Amos Board are in Hardinshurg visiting Mrs. Suies' son, Mr. Geo. Sipiires and her d: tighter, Mrs. Tice Obtervation Will Enable One to Determine the Qual ties Which Will Make Him Valuable. The qunlitles tftssl to mnko up n tnnn nro tremendously complex nnl yet It Is possible by rlosp scrutiny and kern observation to unnlyze n ninn Mi understand him more rlpnrly than hp spps hlmsplf. Thprp are certain enrdl-nn- l nipntnl nnd physical ehiirnctprlstles which ran hp dptprmlnpil by a visual pxanilnntlon mnde by on expert. In like manner enn he determined the mainspring of the man as exemplified In what we ordinarily consider the various parts of his will, or those factors which govern his actions. The practical application of the studies taken together with his exerlence and history Is then npparent. Knowing his various physical and mental characteristics and his experience, we know what sort of work he Is able to do. Knowing hla will and what might be termed spiritual characteristics, we know what he will do, provided surrounding circumstances permit. With this In mind we would place each one of our present or new employees at such work as he Is best able to do, and we see that this Is not necessarily that which he has always done, although In general It does have a more or less close relation with that. Industrial Management. Classified NOTE oV Advertisements when t it - HtMt notify the elitnr alvt'rti-mm- discontinue'!. you 45 t FOR SALE WOW Every man, Between the ages of 18 and (both inclusive) except those previously registered, must register Sept 12. SA LK on located. Jno. Splrmiitl '(welling, cent rally For price ami term, write of call oWMMfti lovernnrt, Ky. RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNO UN C 2.50 For Precinct and City Office- sFor County Offices i fl m Hcndrick. JltiOO For State and District Opoes- .10 For Calls, per line Mr. A. B. Skillman, president of .10 Far Carda, per line. the Breckinridge Bank of Cloverport For all Publication in the interest of individuals or expression of individ.10 attended the State Bankers Associaual views, per line tion which convened in Louisville FOR BALI Farm 100 acres ; iron. dwelling and tenant house ; hoth in good re pair; SO MTU level and halancc rolling; 50 acres level land in oml state of cult vat ion. Roltin land 15 acres in rass balance in Farm IJM miles South ol Lodi-burtimber. (.rove and ' mile from Walnut Well church. spring watered with Tobacco ami stock barns. Will sell at a bargan. Buildings alone I'rice $J,tNl. the money. ('. W. Hrucc, I.odihurg. Ky. S.ur Men's work shoes at $1 to $2 a pair. R. R. McGlothlan, Irvington, Ky. FOR SAI.K One oak bed and dresser; 1 lawn swing ami 'A chairs. Wallace Skillman, Cloverport, Ky. New Fall Goods Coming in Daily Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L R'y. 1918 9:20 A. M. 10:15 A. M. 12:20 P. M. M. M. 7:55 P. M. 5:15 A. M. 6:07 A. M. 7 :50 A. M. 4:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M. 8:20 P. M. 5 :08 P. 6 :00 P. Effective July 1st, EAST BOUND Arriving Irving-toArriving Louisville No. 144 will leave Cloverport- Arriving Irviiyton Arriving Louisville No. 14 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvington Arriving Louisville No. 148 Teavees Henderson Arrives Owensboro Arrives Shops WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport Owensboro Arriving Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansville Arriving S. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport.. Arriving Hawesville .. Arriving Owensboro. No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansville Arriving St. Louis No. 117 will leave Simps Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson No. 142 will leave Cloverport 10:.18 12:01 P. 12 :5H P. 1 :25 P. 7:40 P. 0:40 P. 7:05 P. 8:07 P. 11 :.17 12:48 1 :40 2:07 7:5!t 0:50 8:00 0:15 A. M M. M. M. M. M. M. M. P. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. last week. Mrs. Frank Ferry had for her house guests last week, Mrs. Mary Dieks, G. W. M. of Eastern Star from Louisville and Miss Julia Adams of Owensboro. Mrs. Chas. B. Skillman of Morgan-fiel- d expects to leave this week for San Deigo, Cal., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Evans Waller and Lieut. Waller. Miss Margaret Burkhart of Louisville returns home this week after spending a month here with Miss Jane Hambleton at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kiel. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch spent Sun-i- n Louisville visiting their son, Pvt. James Fitch who has been assigned to rjsth Co., 7 Bu. 1M Depot Brigade Camp Zachary Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barrett and their daughter Miss Mary Barrett of Owensboro are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barrett's daughter, Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and Mr. Severs. Ivan Jolly of Mechanical Training School, Camp Berrel, Lexington was at home last week spending a four days furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jolly of Uuion Star. Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage will be in Louisville, Friday and Saturday the guest of her sisters, Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh and Miss Addie G. Ditto. Mrs. R. O. Penick and daughter. Miss Margaret Penick of Garfield arrived Sunday and Mrs. Penick assumed her duties as a teacher in the Wanted Miscellaneous WANTKU You to make extra money renting that spare room or your vacant house by running a Want Ad in TH K HRF.CK F.NR I IMiK NEWS. R. B. Mct.lothlan, dealer in New and ond Hand (loodn Irvington, Ky. Sec- All Departments in good Condition and ready for you. WANTED A small farm with dwelling 40 to 100 acres located near Cloverport. For further information address The ridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Brecken $10 Reward Offered. containTo the finder of a pocket-booing $11 in curency and some receipts, among them was one issued by the order of I'nited Commercial Travelers, Aug. 1!4, 1918 for $2. Also one pass hook on the North Side Bank of Evansville, Intl., issued in favor of The Central I'roduce Co. Lost between Ball-towFinder ami Cloverport on Aug. 27. please return to the Breckinridge News office and get reward. When in need keep us in mind. Always ready to serve you. We sell Thrift COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Miss Martha Willis spent Monday in Louisville. Miss Jane Warfield was in Hard-insbur- returned to their home in Florida Monday. this week. Mrs. H. N. Wood and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Jno. Wendelkin and daughNewsoni spent Friday in Louisville ter. Miss Hortense Wendelkin left shopping. Monday lor their home in Jonesboro, Miss Lelia Tucker spent the week Ark., after visiting Miss Windelkin's end in Hawesville the guest of Mrs. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carrie Brown. Win delkin. Mr. John Henry Rhodes of St. Ernest Bruce Haswell, president Joseph, Mo., is in this county visit- of the Cincinnati McDowell Society, ing relative. has gone to Camp Zachary Taylor, Mrs. Haswell exMiss Naomi Owsley of Owensboro Louisville, Ky. was the week end guest of Miss pects to remain in Cincinnati this winter and work on the Art Museum Elizabeth Bishoff. Mrs. Carl Britton will go staff. Cincinnati Enquirer. Mr. and Sergt. Paul Lewis, Camp Zachary to Louisville one day this week to Taylor spent the week end with his attend the State Fair. Miss Bella Thompson of Sturgis is parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis. the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. T. Miss Ruth O'Bryan and Messrs O'- Bryan of Tohinsport were also Mr. Fields and Mr. Fields. and Mrs. Lewis' guests during Sergt. Mr. A. Mudd returned to his home Lewis' stay. in McQuady, Monday after an exMrs. L. T. Reid, Miss Elizabeth tensive visit in Illinois. Skillman, Miss Mildred D. Babbage Dr. Austin Popham of Knotsville and Mr. Jno. D. Babbage will attend has been the guest of his parents, the Y. M. C. A. luncheon and all day Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fopham. meeting at the Seelbach in Louisville Howard King, Aero Gunner, Tay- Friday which is being given previous lor Field, Montgomery, Ala., was the to the fall campaign of the Y. W. guest of Miss Emily Reid, Monday. C. A. Miss Alma l'erkins of Dayton, O., arrived Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Robert Wilson and Mr. Wilson. YANKEE HELPING A WOUNDED ALLY Mr. Dan Duncan of Kuttawa, Ky., was here last week the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan. Mrs. J. W. Crenshaw of Versailles is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. David B. Phelps and Mr. I'helps. Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza May Saturday for Chicago will leave where they will visit their brother, Mr. David May. Miss Hettie Atwell of Brandenburg came Monday to spend the fall season as a trimmer for Mrs. Ethel O. Hills millinery shop. Miss Evelyn Hicks went to Louisville Monday and from there to Cloverport graded school, Monday Ryan. morning. N. H. Quiggins was in Louisville E. A. Mrs. Blaine came from Monday and Tuesday buying fall Stephensport to spend Sunday with goods. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker. Mrs. Mrs. Zack Hardin and Miss Lusile Blaine and two sons, Messrs Blaine Hardin of Holt were in this city Monday. Rev. J. F. Knue of McQuady went to Louisville Monday. Mr. Charlie Tinius of Holt was in Irvington, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bailes spent Monday in Louisville. I .urn Eskridge of Harned was in Glen Dean, Monday on business. Mrs. C. G. Brabandt is in Louisville visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mary Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Plaintiff. Edith Pile Against Moorman Pile Defendant. Equity No. MOO, By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at I'cburary Term thereof, 1U1H, in the above cause, for the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars with interest thereon from November 10, 1010, until paid at the The following rate of li per cent. tract of land is sold subject to the above lien notes, and all costs herein, shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-Hous- e door in Hardinshurg. to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday, the 7th day of October 1918, at one o'clock P. M. or thereabout (being Circuit Court day), upon the credit of six months the following described property, Beginning at a White Oak or post Oak, Bridwell's corner in Bart-ly'- s line .thence with said line E. II poles to lfcCamtsh'l Corner two Black Oaks same course continued with tlcCantUh'f line in all 10s poles to a sink thence with Brunncrs' line No. :.'4' E. 108 poles to a stable at the mouth of the lane, thence S. si) V. poles to a White Oak, thence S. IJj E .")! poles to a post Oak, thence N. SlH W. 100 poles to a stake in Bridwell's line, thence with his line S. 71 pedes to the beginning containing .'jS acres be the same more or less, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid; anil having the force and 1 t: and War Saving Stamps. Dr. J. C. 0VERBY DENTIST Located permanently in Hardinsbtirg. Occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. R. B. McGLOTHLAN Irvington, Ky. X Dealer in New and Second Hand Goods. Will save you big j money and help ycubuy I Liberty Bonds, Come and see me. X will buy a No. 3 One of Mapolia Cane the very best on Mill WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH We pav from $2 1st to J.'t.'.HO We also pay actual value for ken or not Diamonds, old Geld, Silver ami Bridge-work- . Semi at once by parcel post and receive cash bv t turn mail. the market. Cash With per set (bro- Fully Guaranteed. Order. Send MAZER'S TOOTH Dept. X. S007 So. 5th St. SPECIALTY Philadelphia. Pa. effect of a Judgement Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidden will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated cost, $"."i8.3j. Lee debt, Walls, interest and FORDSVILLE JAKE PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY Commissioner. WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, FAMOUS ACTS FOR FAIR HIPPODROME Everything In BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ctiling, WMthcrboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window Glass, C ement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Klectric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Rooting AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, The (treat $150,uuo Pavilion at the Kentucky State Fair, in Louisville, Will be the scene each night of u month r amusement revue preceding the $10,000 Horse Show, which will be one of the paramount features of the celebration scheduled for September This feature uf the Fair's entertainment has grown from year to year, until it has developed into one of the most enjoyable uud important attractions of the entire exhibit, and one vies with the great Horse Show Ml All Is this the condition of your time piece? All worn out, run down and behind time. The best of time pieces will get that way after so long a time, but one good thing they can be re See paired. Worn Out in popular interest. I Thos. Odewalt Railroad Witch Inspector 1 jg Clmriirt, Mall Ortlar Ky. Hactlva Prompt Attantlon. The attractions announced for the State Fair make an imposing roater. In addition to Thaviu'i great band of forty skilled inusiciaui in military uniforms, the soloists of International fmue and the bevy of wonderful ballet dancers aecumpanyiUK ate organisation, who will gve two concerts and HligatUaaf sMAaJUsI exhibitions dally, the liat of features Includes the plctureeeuje "girl aet" bill au suldki ed as "Freddie's line OHeyele Wonat I ders" and made up of date tsnainkns UaUatinjf a woundwd British xyerte wa wheel; HeJ De law Or railroad Statles In France. iature Blze and amazing intelligence. This act is said to be magnificently equipped and the diamond harness of the animals has caused widespread 'comment. The famous Gelli Troupe representatives of the "far East." They number 7 Persian uerobuts of whirlwind method and umu.ing feats. The Oelli Troupe la costumed in Oriental splendor, and is distinctive in its fllue of entertaining. The Kodriguez Brothers, perch pole artists, guarantee thrills galore by means of their dare devil stunts on lofty vaulting poles. The Hoganny Troupe are sensutioual acrobatic artists who work with a speed and vim which enhances their maneuvers. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davis aa "Uncle Hiram" and "Auut I. ii' iiuly " Birdseed are comedians who are the aonroe of endlea ran to Fair patroua Fred Zobedle and his troupe of five are recognized aa the loading equlllbrlets of the Amer-- I lean and European Held, and the lovely Lunette Sietere. lu the "Whirl-- i lng Uelaha Mrl" performance, completes the Uat of Hippodrome attract-turnto be of wad at the eomlug Mate hair-raisin; eus of marvelous animal actors of min- General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS Hiving ready cash for sudden emergencies is potablt only when you have saved a part of your salarv or Start with a small deposit if necessary. InWftgtM, crease it as you can and soon you will have a siihstiaii-tiinterest-hearin- g account, and a feeling of safety, contentment, pride and independence. al Safety Honesty Courtesy C VA YNI U. l.VDDAN Servke i , FIRST STATE BANK, W. J. I'lUOOTT. PMcMl J. U. HaSKNIJON. Vice I'rtaldrul .1 Irvington, Ky. J. s There Is Something In The Want Column Of Intere, 1o Tm r.- - , PAGE 6 THE BRECKENRIDjuE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. McCombs Producing and Refining Co (Incorporated under the Laws of Delaware.) FORMERLY McCOMBS OIL COMPANY An Established Producing, Refining and Dividend Paying Company i i ABRAM RENICK, President Former Representative of Kentucky State Legislature. Breeders' Association. American Short-Hor- n Pedigreed Live Stock Association of America. H. A. MOIINEY, Vice-Preside- nt 6. A. CRUTCHER, and Counsel Commonwealth's Attorney for 29 years of 25th Judicial District of Kentucky. Vice-President J. C. McCOMBS, Treasurer and General Manager Practical Oil Operator of 30 years experience. Prominent Oil Operator. P. W. DAVIS, Secretary Oil Opera toe 72 Producing Wells Connected with pipe lines and now pumping. o Carefully selected largely in proven territory in Estill, Lee, Wolfe, Morgan, Knott and Allen Counties, Ky. 17,000 Acres of Leases 1,000 Barrel Refinery Already constructed and ready for immediate operation. 30 New Steel Tank Cars Purchased with delivery guaranteed on before October Authorized Increase of Monthly Dividends of 2 1, 1918. ox Dividends 24 Annum Per Commencing With October f 1 THE SUBSTANCE OF THIS EXPANSION IN THE PROPERTIES AND FACILITIES OF THE COMPANY IS A SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE IN TOTAL VALUE OF THE COMPANY'S HOLDINGS WITH RESULTING GREATER AND STABILIZED EARNING POWER. THIS WILL BE REFLECTED IN AN INCREASED MARKET PRICE OF STOCK. After September 18, 1918, Stock is Advanced to $2.00 per Share SEVEN DRILLING RIGS NOW OPERATED Within Past 2 Weeks Wells Nos. 70, 71 and 72 have been brought in at a production m excess of barrels per day each 75 PRESENT PRICE $1.50 PER SHARE. PAR VALUE $1.00 PER SHARE. Our Record: e 4. On ApriJ 10 purchase of Spencer and ScoaU and ively, in AAcr County. The hitter, it will be remembered, adjoining the Jal tann famous by reason ot its sensational wells nowiug ml at the rate of UUU Itarwti dairy. 2 On January 1 uiauuratixt of payment of one per cent t l'.r..) Mtuntnry dtvvteiKl. 5. On May 8 purchase of entire holdings of Beckett-- 1 seman Oil aod Gas Cumpenp. 1. On January IS ptMrha.se: of AS ami 150 ace k...- hi Lee and Morgan counties, 15 stock advanced to $1.50 per share. 6. On vesper tiveiy, both of wbtrh are tfaewit 4o psodaKmg property. 7. Or Jofy 31 payment of first 154 monthly dividend. 8. On Vhum 18 auuounremont of purchase of 1,000 lbi. rctim v and 30 1. kwm" On Novt'inlKT 20 stock advanced to par leeti sold at Jess khan 5 cents. $$.00 per snare, without a singh share 108-acr- 83-ac- This record, ma say without fear mi sascceisful contradiction, has not been equaled by any other company in Kentucky. Facts to Consider: I. Met Karaaagk Largely in caeca Company beyond expertmentaf and speculative stags. of Davids nd requirement MBBaManal held iu btocsts by conucrytwe asvr morn op u midntgba of Sept. K, aaWBaWi at $1.90 per ABRAM RENICK, PWendeni THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. PAGE 7 sion of the divisions which precede it. it begun to send units Into the first line to All In the gans. On the 20til It was at .Tnui, s ami on the MOtb nt Hru.veres. .Tune found tho entire division In the lines relieving tired troops; In fact, it had entered the battle. It attacked nt Honnes. then marched to Hiisilnres, where It encountered French and American troops and underwent cruel losses. It was there, to the south of OsSBBT, that this division met the Americans, to whom it yielded Veullly and Bmsriafsn, Lost of Effectives. Since tfte One Hundred and Ninety-seventdivision's entry Into the battle on .Tune its sjm have been very heavy, and are estimated nt about a third of the effectives of .Tune 2 and BO per cent of thoaa of .Tune Such a system of wear and tear employed for such I long period hal w rought havoc in the ranks ()f Hie German army. The effectives have suffered heavily and every possible means has been employed to obtain" combatants with which to fill in the ranks. The anticipated calling up of the youngest classes took peace some time ago. almost at the outset of the ofThe OermaM have already fensive. sent to the front the greatest part ol the 1!H!I class. According to the official bulletin of the Finn ill Herman army, leaned last May. In OTdef to augment the depleted divisions it has been found necessary to employ men of the auxiliary services In Ike lighting tanks. It has also been established that all Germans drafted out are replaced by men of the auxiliary services. There is still another method which the Germans finally resorted to. They have had to break" up and dissolve whole regiments and, being unable to reorganize the units which had suffered too heavy losses and to those that were still of some value, they decided on the fusion of numerous regiments. It has been said that the strongest walls would crack if in order to fill up Its holes and orcvlci s other holes were made und under pressure of a violent shock would crumble altogether. Critics' point out that the allies will be In a position to deliver this Violent shock when enough Americana have arrived in France. ' 1 One-Thir- d h 1 BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLM AN, K OF CLOVERPORT RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting HUN MAN POWER IS DWINDLING Germans Fail to Keep Up Supply of Effectives. BESTTROOPS ARE SHATTERED Enemy Patches Up Worn Out Divisions With Inferior Men Now Facing FightEndless Stream of First-Clasing Men From America on Western Fiont History of a Division in German Army Traced. s President - Cashier THE BANK OF SECURITY WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN SERVICE CONTENTMENT 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Plant i 27 inch long, 14 inch wide, 21 inch high The question of effectives today holds the tirsl place in the ueiicrnl discus-ion of the war. It has become particularly alarming for the central pow- Desirable Territory Open For Dealers Two Sources of Electric Supply gives you two sources of electric supply. Most plants limit you to one. You can use electricity for light or power direct from Lalley-Light generator when it is running. the Lalley-LigOr you can use it from the storage battery when the plant stands idle. One source is as good as the other. And at times it is an additional economy to use current direct from the generator. We shall be glad to tell you about the other Lailey-Ligadvantages and economies, and to give you a free demonstration. Call for the interesting book of owners' letters. ht ht Southern Motors Co. til 5 South Third Street LOUISVILLE, KY. (lermnn army which are generally not published. Kroni one of those sources was traced the history since the beginning of the year of one of the famous (ierinan divisions, the . This One Hundred anil brief history may he taken ns an example of the overwork to which the (lerman troops are subjected and allow us to form an estimate of their losses. One Division Traced. Formed in .luiie. IBM) tills division remained on the eastern front till February, After kieiilSJ many of Its lu st soldiers the division was brought to the western front shortly before the beginning of the March twTwiSllS wtth-U-l cerbeing in any way tain of its regiments coniidning companies of only KKl men. In May it occupied a section of the Chcmin des Kaiues sector, there representing that type of division which the (Jermans call "front divisions." lis participation in the attack of May till lias been clearly traced; (hiring the night of the Jiith it sent out numerous patrols to protect the work of constructing bridges over die Allelic and at'thc same time to be within a lul distance to participate in the attack on the Chemiii lies I lames. The storming divisions then replaced It at about the Ninety-seventhii- best opportunity for learning since, it has been shown, they have notion.: to oppose to the flesh masses of American troops which arrive each day.l To make up the hws timnble ilitTerenee they can only ask for (.'renter efforts from the units that are Mill hated and employ all sorts of expedients to (111 the yaps made by their terrific los; I .. How can these ureal losses be accounted for and what were the contributing factors in the systematic wearing away of the greal QeflBM divisions? Apart from th highly efficient Intelligence bureaus of tbe allied general staff. Swiss sources safer the next facta" er, Cleanleaves a delightful after-tnstses tho teeth without injuring the enamel. The antiseptic properties aid in keeping the teeth and gams in a healthy condition. This and more than one hundred other Red Cross Remedies and Toilet Preparations sold and guaranteed only by A. R. Fisher, C'lovof port. Ky. c. RED CROSS AMRICO TOOTH PASTE An antiseptic refreshing paste, that the IBOmctll wheal the artillery aration began. ' prep- ' i-- u;- iVfcj, trj ju( In the evening of the 37th the divi sion returned to Qrandelala, north of the Ailette, which it left again the next day for the Veslo in conformity with the iimvi incut of the troois which preceded it. On the evening of the 2Sth it was at Vaiixhertln. and arrived tit Oerseall during the sight. From thai fnomentt 90 account of the exten "H f- i Protection from everyiform of loss from a burned block to tt lojt package KSl TO H" CO'.SrtRVATICr; r.TO 17 E inawpoMo. YANKEES . GSVE HUNS BURIAL CHRISTIAN Mercy Is Shpwn to Dead and Wounded Enemy by Americans. Paris. The spirit which prompted America's entrance into the world war perhaps canjiol be better exemplified than the way Id whU'h German Wounded who fall Into American hands are cared for. It Is likewise evidenced in the Christian burial German dead and in the care taken by the J in. ii a hs to properly marl: their graves. For while the creed of the Arnerl-casoldier is to give no quarter la battle, these wounded are given every consideration when they call out that they have surrendered. Then It Is iv-c- n n Christian burial and each grave was marked with a neat Muck cross, upon Wblcb the inline of the (Jeriiinn was iMcrihed. A few yards' away Is an- do not do It quickly they will lie out other ccinetcrj thai of I'Veucli anil of luck, according to Albert Wider America us. The only difference in the hold, who sutig In In. I'm kliursl's anner of burial Is that the American church, Madison avenue, New York. and French graves are marked with Wlderhold was a member of tin lirsi Liberty iuartette ml to France to White crosses. Moreover, carclakers of die cenie-- ' sing for the soldiers In the Y. M. C. A. tery, whenever they have placed tlow-r- s huts. on the graves of fallen heroes of "No one Is showed up tdicre withthe allied armies, have also strewn out a helmet und gas mask," he sunt, the ground covering the enemy's sol- - referring to the front line BratX lies. Hers with flowers. The cemetery It- - "As you pass a certain line you see a in ii s iieiniv ifMiKeii :i it ii iiiiii sign 'Gas mask at tbe alert," which the Americans and French. means you get it up on your chest, uubuttou the clasp and huve It ready to put on In six to eight seconds. All PIG IN HER BEDROOM the Y men over here want io get up Animal Wae III and Mrs. McMillan to, the fnuit. A lot of them got there. I take off my hat 'to those chups." Cared for It There. prominent Mrs. Alex McMillan, The versatility of the tin hat Is reKnoxvllle woman, has a tine, healthy vealed la Wlderhold's description of lot or pigs, ana wu moat proud oi his sloe plug quarters. "My main until one seemed to feel a little trouble," be said, "was to get my tiu M that mercy is In a little there are now ilei niiiiis, each known. cemetery near Maau graves n about thirty of win mi was given a This infant nig immediately enllsteO her sympathies and she njiuouncei that nothing was too good lor Mem). 'o;. ml BOV piepnren a ucv 01 in I innii and took more care of It than if it ha( been a star hoarder. The pig was delicate and particulai about the way its food was aUmliiis ' GET LEAVE TO MEET KIN ti red, so she very carefully preparer li milk for it in a bottle and saw that was fed in all DM style that wus at 8oldir Allowed to See Relatives Returned From Germany. her command. whose close relatives Soldiers spe. ilically father, mother, children, Gftf brother, sister or will. have been repatriated alter imprisonment iu he given speGerman MASKS AT THE FRONT cial leaveterritory will to meet them of absence on thelrt return, according to a ruling of the French war department. They Versatility of the "TinHaf Is have only to present an atteslation of the mayor of their home town .that Demonstrated by Y. M. C. the facts are as represented. A. Worker. What this means to the I'oilu can Well be Imagined, since some of the ' New York. American singers who rcpafrlnlcs just now coming through are assisting 111 the entertainment the fvWiss border have been prisoner provided for the American soldiers almost since the beginning of the war. overseas by the Y. M. C. A. are wearIf the soldier had to wait his turn ing gas masks. for ids regular allowance of leave Baritones and tenors in the Ameri- - there U no telling how long It would I'Utl ,t ii... ........ mill- .h.i 'n Ii .I'tsi" til be before the reunion could take place. slip their nosebags, because if they 4 hat hung in Just the right pine-- tO catch the drip, lor the roof had not been repaired share the last bombard ment. That part taken care of and with one blanket pulled up in keep thi' rats from running over ny face, I Blept pretty well.'' JAE?, ' SUCCES337! v. , 7H i G. W. M?rt:n for Kentuc!tyv,T:3ncy-GoA. O. Stanley Srek IIIEsi 11 y Full Term. Frankfort. 'y., kept, ft. Dot. A. O. Stanley announce) his decision i,, appoint George Brawn Martin, an nttor-neof CatlettebOJff to Bil ' the unexpired term of Ike Into Fie tl d Slates senator. OlMe M. Jarsea, ending .March 4 next, (inventor Stanley Is the party nominee for the full term. yean old, Mr. .ftnrtin Is forty-twa son of a forme slate senator, ami Is credited with being an advocate of woman wrrage and in sympathy with the war Bitot of Preahll nl Wilson. o 8KB KM n 1J 'Am hi vsmm.--.- ...... t . Are you prepared for the wort? nrst si cuisine the ereatct loaacs, but i first for that reason alone. Some other form of fatality Jsffat he far worse for you than a fire. Do not learn these things after they happen, Whatever jour circumstances, occupation or pocsesstons, you are vulnerable to the blind god Chance. The Hartford Fire Insurance Compcnjr outwits chance, becaus.' it covers all sides. Its policies surround you with an interlocking cot of mail made up of Hartford policies, leaving no unprotected point. 17 IRK cornel J For That REFORT LEellNE IS DEAD From Rutsla Contradict T.aveleiD Bolshevik Reports That Premier Still In Alive. Coffee in tac?iomin l dtp birc "Xitcttmc Aluminum PcrooUtor For This Week cmhj Siocihoiin. Kept, !. Contrary ton-por- ts received from official bolshevik sources, travelers who have arrived :T llaparaml: . S den. from Moscow assert thai I'reiuier l.ellllle Is dead. i $1.75 Each SUBSCRIBE' FOR THE NEWS , STONE ROOT AND BUCHU COMPOUND 1 RED CPOfiSi Ut unexcelled value for tho treatment of kidney diseases. Fains in the baak ..nd burning sensations are symptoms of kidney troubles, which are quickly overcome by use of this remedy. This and more than one hundred other Red Cross Remedies sold and guaranteed only by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. American Hospital In Ireland. large dwelling house, with a considerable area f lund attached, has been acquired near Queenstown for an American naval hospital. It will be used fot- - men from American warships. Wooden dormitories will be added to the existing building so as to bring (he capacity of the hospital up to 2B0 beds. The dormitories are being built In sections In America aud shipped to Ireland In knock-dowform. A n 4 PR K,r QUALITY On account oifriijh( condition OurSiirinii Slock is jmt I nJRfAr'iirtl iV rrmry Wt invitt an in aptction of th"nw nwnu.ri.iU now on cxhibitiun .it uur display room I NEW MCLDOON' MONUMFKTCU 'j'uiiv "liV's v -i- Parcel Posl Prepaid m3 COMPANY, Wouldit not (jive you urcatcr peace of mind to hate this complete protection? The insurance Service Hartford Fire Insurance Co. offers it through thin agency. SALE ENDS THURSDAY, JULY 11. PHONE OR MAIL US YOUR ORDERS. BOTH PHONES 432. HENRY HEICK HARDWARE zr-v .J, (Incorporated) 322 W. MARKET ST., Paul Compton and Russell Compton General Insurance Hardinsburg, Kentucky Bet. 3rd e 4th Sts. Louisville, Kentucky PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. IRVINGTON Dr. and Mrs.W. H Taylor hae They returned ' from Hodgnnville. were accompanied home by Mrs. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to my many friends of this community that I have resigned my Taylor. Mis Kvelyn Cross is attending the Girl's High School in Louisville. A Lyceum course will be put on in October. our town hrgininK Mrs K. II. Jolly and daughter, Klizabcth Claire visited Mrs. Men-drick Funeral Director and Undertaker J. I). A in i ntic ol At Iturial CtapplMr rcasouuble prices. last week. Miss BUM Carter is attending Sacred Heart Academy. Louisville. Captain K L. Loyn. Camp Dodge, Iowa is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J I'. Lyon. Misses Margaret and Ruth Ryan, are visitors of Mrs. P, II. Kj an. Mrs. J. B, . Hcrndon attended the funeral f Mrs. Hebe Robertson at Stephcnsport last Wednesday. Paid Crews is visiting relatives at McQuady. ogcl and her visitor, Mrs. J. f, spent Tuesday in Louisville. Word has ben received of the safe arrival of J, 1). Lyddan and W ilbur Hearse and Embalming Service position as manager of the Golden Rule Store, and will open a general merchandise store of my own in the Heyser Building, Cloverport Ky., on Saturday Sept. 14, and I extend a cordial invitation to my friends to call and see me there. I will he able to supply your Fall needs with a strictly new line of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Remember Staple and Fancy Groceries. I want to every thing new and thank each and every one for their former patronage and solicit same in the future. We will deliver to any part of town. up-to-da- te. Ashcraft & Co., Irvington, Ky. (Tobacco i I MOT IPC Tel i Protect your growing Crop ai in Insuring with i i the Market IW I i I i Parks "Over There." Miss Mary Marks. Hartford has appointed Principal of the been Irvington graded and high school. Mrs. (j. L Handy has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. T. McCoy. Louisillc. Louisville. Mi.--s Xell Smith and H. P. Conniff spent last Monday in Loui.sville. Mrs. L. D. Riahefl and children are visiting relatival at New Have 1. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel llrooks have Hardinsburg, Ky. Cheapest and most liberal Contract Telephone K. G. BAILES, Cloverport, Ky. Highest prices paid for Produce. Miis from Alabama. returned Stiothcr accompanied them home. Mrs. M. P, Payne visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Amstcr in Louisville last week. W. Carter and son, Kdmtind Carter have purchased Misses Greenwood property. Sunrise Slope considII. WHEAT GROWERS have on hand 20 tons of Wheat Grower Fertilizer. Will sell at close prices. Come and see me at once. Must close it out by I eration Sr.iinn. tmtwm oji Milton Green left Saturday for a visit with his parent! at Spottsvillc. Miss Elisabeth Handy has been made assistant cashier in E, H. & Co. Bank. Shell-man'- Oct. 1st. C. A. TINIUS Stephensport, Kentucky. 1 MILLINER Y Mrs. Bishop and Mis Anna Lee Bishop have returned from St. Louis and Louisville and have ready for your inspection the latest things in New Fall Millinery. Payne attended the State Hankers Convention. Mrs. D. C Heron. Miss Mary Heron and Mrs. R. H. McGlothlan motored to Louisville Friday. A revival is being held at the Baptist church Rev. J, M. Walker. Lexington is assisting Rev. Rcid morning service 10 o'clock, evening service 8 o'clock. Mrs. J. P, Lyon, Capt. R. L. Lyon. Misses Julia Lyon, Margaret Conniff and Lippi motored to Stithton Thursday to see Hubert Lyon Mrs. Watson and son. Jackson. Miss, will arrive to day to join Rev. Watson at the Manse. J, C. ley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. G. IfissCI Virginia Handy and CO A TS AND SUITS We are daily receiving shipments ol coats and suits. Remember early selections always prove more satisfactory, as well as .nhiiii;- longer service. Marshall left Monday for Danville. Prof. H. R. Kirk accompanied them Mrs. Hawkins Smith and Mr, HenaingtT, Garlich! spent Thursday with Mrs. Robert BcH. K. Gardner they were returning from Martinsville. Ed Howe. Louisville will spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite. Gas slackers were tinder close observation in our town Sunday only a few cars were out bearing church goers. Our people are patriotic and willingly obey the gasoline conRuth servation order. Do you get up at night ? Sanol is surely the licst for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relict in '24 hours hum all beak' '.In and bteddtf troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. 50c and $1.U0 a bottle at the drug store. A. Reese, Los Angles, Cal., Is vieiting his mother, Mrs. Sue ins. Captain L. H. Sim-n- i' Veteran Diea In the Harness. Having entered the United States nnvy In 1878, serving on many ships nnd many stations, Chief Carpenter Alrmzo C. Burroughs died at his borne in Norfolk, Va., on April 16, ns a sailor would want to die, in active service. Although he hnd a long nnd honorable record of service, and had attained the age of sixty-siyears, Mr. Burroughs tune back into the service at the outbreak of the war nnd was placed on duty at the Norfo'k navy yard. He wns made a siuti;-- carpenter in imh. and 80 years later, while on duty at Newport News, was made a chief. His service Included tmlnns on the Monon-gahelVermont, Independence, Franklin, Lancaster, Yankee, Iowa and Texas. x a, prepare fur mir usual Fall Opening Display, decided nut to have it this season, we have We extend you an t visit us at any time, assuring you that earnest invitation Being too busy t never a this store so well prepared every want. t take care ol your Britain's New Star. Opportunity is not confined to the United StntcR. Some of Creat BritCleveland Society Will Ure Funds for ain's greatest men rose from the ranks. That Purpose. The newest star to shed Its effulgence WOSMB of thc Cleveland brunches over the empire Is Lord Beaverbrook, of the Ladles' Auxiliary who has a seat in the cabinet as minwar Vetera aa have decided ister of Information. to use funds at their disposal for the He is not yet forty years old and Is installation of beds and their upkeep the son of Max Altken, a poor New In ii large room of City hospital, here, Brunswick clergyman. first He Car&aa. to take care of aoidtSflS and sailors amassed a In Canada, went to hr.Min, trained nurse of WOO are Injured In Europe, or on the England eight years ago, was elected' Miss Call Cincinnati earns Friday t HaM until ncos. to parliament, was knighted under PreThere are four branches of the aux- mier Aaqnlth, was made a peer under iWednehdm with her brother, Mr. Curtis Johnson and tamilv. On lenving iliary In the city, and It Is expected Lloyd George, ami Is now one of the that each will provide two or more brainiest and most Influential mem.Mrs. Johnson unci children left with her beds. bers of the George cabinet. to visit their parent in Owenton, Ky. Miss Maggie Ryan has charge of the H'Jine Phone duriug Mrs. Curtis John-log'- s Camo Morcnien. Wheeler. Macon. Ga.. spent the week end with Mrs. Moremen and sons; he was enfoute to camp having esthousand colored corted several troops to a camp in Pcnnsplvania. Mrs. Ike Hickl and son, Stiths Val- - WILL CARE FOR HEROES Spanlsn-America- fn-tu- ne . B. F. Hardinsburg, BEARD & CO. Ky. Rev. E. B. English and their childMr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell spent ren accompauied by Mrs, Judith Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ll Herea, Ky., arrived here Friat Garfield. day to visit their relatives for a week Mr. Lee Walls bus purchased tht lute Mrs. Lee Bishop and son, Tommy or ten days. who have been on a vacation visiting Clate Heard property of Miller Miss Nancy Kincheloe returned home friends in Missouri reiurned He will uot leave his farm home Sunday evening from a engthy visit in Monday. UDtilJlate fall. Mrs. S. M. Hayues, Garfield made Stanley with Dr. Allen Kincheloe. Miss Ruby Haynes Hook and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Durham are Elizabeth Hook, Irvington are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dowell a visit of several days returning home Mouduy. delighted over their girl buby who ar- at ths country home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolly this week. Mrs. Hiram l'helpn, Sr., has sold her rived Sept. 3. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Patterson of residence on Fourth St. to David Walls. Missel, Mary and Adelle Frymire of California attended the institute at Cheuault visited Miss Judith Watling-to- n Miss Addie K Kskridge teaches the week end. this year at Hodgeusville. She Greenville last week. Mr. riosley, Chenault was the guests Friday to cuter her school. S her irl Jesse Carman chautiered tbe left following friends to Owensboro on a Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Kidfcheloe went to of Dr. Sphire, Tuesday. Mn. A. M. Kincheloe left Wednes- pleasure trip Saturday eveuing returnCuster Tuesday morning to spend two days with Mr. Kincheloe's parents, day to attend the Home Service Con- ing Sunday: Mesns Paul Kashmir, Sherman Ball, L. F. Ueyme and Jesse ference held in Owensboro. Dr. and Mrs. J W. Meador. HARDINSBURG Do-vt- visit in Owcnton. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. RAastM visited w.th their father, B. H. 1'enick of Qarfield, Richard komine spent the Stack with his grandfather. Miss Maude Smith left Monday even. iog for Beechmont. Paul Kennedy, Kvansville is visiting his relatives here this week. Miss Lciuise Berry left Saturday to enter Nazareth Academy. Sherman Ball was it) Louisville a few days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin, Spring held, III., visited with iheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. luhu Alexander during the past week, after which they went to Custer to visit with Mrs. Uscar Alex ander and family. Miss Eliza Taylor aacompanied Miss Bettie File home Tuesday to visit the rest of the week. tind Lieut. Cleon White, Mrs. Cleon White and Mrs. White. Boston terminated their live days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard, Wednesday, Mrs. Cleon White and Mrs. White returned to Boston, Lieut White going to South Carlonia. Mr. and Mrs. Turn Mary left Wednesday to visit the rest of the week with relatives in Axtal. Mrs. Herbert Beard visited in Cloverport witti Mrs. Forreat Lighttoot during tbe week. ONLY A COW Yes that's all she is but she's the most valuable thing you have on the farm if you'll feed her well and market her products to advantage. by not try feeding her part of what you raise and then selling the cream? We help you get started giving you advice as to how to ship and putting out cans on trial. .Write ns today, Our price lor cream 53c, Effective Sept. 13. SUGAR CREEK CREAMERY CO. Evansville, Ind.