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The Breckenridge news: September 18, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918091801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 18, 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 BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1 50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. No. 12 VOL. XLIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. Last Sermon During This Conference Year. , WEDNESDAY. SEPTEM BER. 18. 1918 MRS. CORDREY TAKEN VERY WAR AFFECTS B. C. H. S. METHODIST CONFERENCE CONVENES Kcv. Y. I.. Ilaker, pastor of the Clovcrport Methodistchurch delivered SUDDENLY his last sermon of the conference ATTENDANCE year on Sunday evening. Next SunT. day the presiding Kliler. Kcv. Unconscious Only a Short Rtllhing will (ill the pulpit andJ. no Boys Cortspiciously Absent Remains Taken While. announcement has been made far the This Year in High School following Sunday as the pastor will To Elizabethtown. Prof. Bowlds Principal. be attending the annual conference Si pi. which meets at Madisonville. Margaret Nngcn Conlrey. a former J.'th to 110th inclusive. Hardinsburg. Sept. 10 (Special) Rev. Rusii-in- g of Elizabethtown passed resident is finishing out his fourth and The Brecklnridgecounty high school at the home of Iter son, Mr. last year as presiding elder in ibis opened Monday, Sept. Mil at I A It, with the new principal. Prof. Bowldl James Cordrey and Mrs. Cordrey, the Owcntboro district. in charge. with whom she lived. Monday mornThe unusal people of Mrs. Cordrey had ing at 8 o'clock. town were present with an almost THE HOME SLACKER. None of been in ill health for several i nl entire change of pupils. and Sunday 'evening she complained the high school rooms will be full. Cashing in of the War Savings Te absence of the boys was seen and of not feeling well but did not seem Early Monday Certificates becomes a public record felt. to be seriously ill. morning she became unconsious and to which every county chairman and Miss Eliza Taylor was the only other persons may have access. Un- new high school teacher, the other never rallied again. Mr-- . A Short funeral service was held expected and unavoidable financial members having returned. at the residence Wednesday morning reverses and requirements are the Bowlds was called to the grade divat I o'clock by Rev. W. L. Baker, only causes justifying cashing of ision being assigned seventh anil Agriculture will after which the remains were taken War Savings Stamps before maturity. eight grade work The worst of all slackers is the be addedto the course of study. on the :1S train to Elizabethtown person who buys War Savings Ground will be rented active experiwhere they will be interred. Mrs. Cordrey is the widow of Mr. Stamps merely to make a showing of ment and demonstration being given Thomas A. Cordrey to whom she was his patriotism and then quietly the pupils. Horticulture will be They had four cashes them in to the postoffiec. taught. married in lSSt, Renewing and upbuilding children and only two survive, Miss It is a pleasing thing to say that not poor soil will be made an active Cordrey and Mr. 'James many such have yer come to light feature. Bertha The county farmers and Mrs. Cordrey was born in Kentucky, and there will he fewer their sons would do well to take Cordrey. She was a when it is generally known that the advantage of their privileges this Sept. in, 184a in Ohio. history of their transactions in this year. The Breckinridge County High resident of Elizabethtown for and it has been ten years since respect are available to the public. School is here and solely for the imBuy the stamps provement of the boys and girl- - of she with her daughter came to this Keep your pledge. place to make their home, during that yon promised and keep them until the county. time they have cultivated many close maturity if you can. The morning exercise of the school friends. opening were simple, Rev. Robert Mrs. Cordrey united with the MetJohnston read an appropriate scripWIN hodist church when she was a young ture lesson, Miss Mary Franklin girl. Beard presided at the piano having MEDALS IN A the school and visitors sing America. Supt. J. Raleigh Meador gave a good Service Flag Unveiled CHICAGO SCHOOL practical talk on Agriculture and the at M. E. Church. benefit of its study to the county. Jesse EskridgC and M. I). Beard Hardinsburg, Sept. lit. (Special Misses Elizabeth aid Mars each made good talks. The one on A good audience gathered last Sunday Attention To Little Things, the other aret Shefficj at the M. E. church to witness the Club Membership. Service blag unveiled in honor of Out of 50 Orifpils. Kinch-eloDr. Evan Royalty, Morris C. Sergt. Bernard Carter at Home Paul Garner, Vivian Haswell, The Chicago Tribune gives a very Drlakcll, Robert Haawell, Grayham interesting account of the five hunSergt. Bernard Carter. Co. D. .'nd. Garland Driskell, Ely Duvall. Morns dred Garden Medals which the TriKiltcheloe, Logan Hickerson, Tay- bune offered in the early spring to the V. S. Regulars, arrived home SunB. day afternoon to spend a fifteen days lor bieador and Everett Meadot children's best war gardens in the furlough with his mother. Mrs. The exercises were conducted by Chicago public Schools. It is also Rev. " R. W. Huntsman assisted by interesting to note that two of the riadge Carter and sister. Miss Margaret Carter. Miss Nancy Kincheloe organist and children's mother was a former This is Sergt. Carter's first visit a full choir of singers composed of girl, who is now Mrs. Elizahome since he enlisted in the army Natprotestant churches in town. beth Lamb Sheffield and her two He is now at Camp ional airs were used through out daughters. Miss Margaret and Miss four years ago. Mr-- . Ikon White Elisabeth who came under the nine Dodge. Iowa and only a few months the program. singing the Star Spangled Banner year old turns, cultivated a garden ago he landed in the States after spending two years in Honolulu ApWith the congregation standing plot which was one of fifty in the propriate speeches were made by Rev. community garden of the SI 1a kespere Sergt. Carter's motherhas two sons, in service, the other one being Corp. R. W. Huntsman, Mr. JetSC EakridgC school. Their plot was the same Capt. Carrigan and Judge D. 0. size as the other children's, Livid feet Floyd Carter who is probably making his way acCrOSS the Atlantic at Dowell. This is the second year of cultivation. the present time. They grew eight varieties of vegCircuit Court Convenes etables and to this time the value of Priv. Don Matheny Over-ther1st Monday in Oct. the produce has amounted to (13.30, The fact that no weeds were allowMr. and Mrs. Milt Matheny have culwill ed to grow and the plants well been officially informed of the arrival The Breckinridge Circuit Court tivated helped much toward the win- of their son. Donald Matheny overconvene at Hardinsburg the 1st Monning of the medals. The bronze seas. Priv, Matheny is with the in place of the :Jnd day in October medals are appropiately designed Medical Department and entered Monday as heretofore. with hoe, rake and watering can on service two months previous to the one edge and the Hag on the opposite time be sailed. edge; between is a garden with the AND It bears the sun shining on it. Serg. Collin Miller in France. words: "l'rize War Gardner Chicago Tribune 1918." Sergt. Collin Miller has arrived The Tribune states that live thous- safely over-thermesto CHEST and children engaged in the war gard- sage recieved in according lasta week this city excellening and their work was so by a friend of Sergt. Miller's. ent that it made it difficult for the called into service in the early Drive to be Made by Seven Superintendent to choose thechildren spring and had been in training at It is Camp Taylor until he left for France. to be awarded the 500 medals. Organizations the Week estimated that the value of producof Nov. tion in the war gardens amounted Will Join Students Army to $;i,.0t,0()() to say nothing of. the To The Editor of The Sun Sir: value added in training the children Training Corps. Replying to your inquiry regarding to be thriftier, to have more of a the great drive about to be undertak- community spirit and impelling a Cloverport is furnishing one son for en by the seven organizations engag- civic pride as well as a national the Students Army Training Corps. ed in war work I submit the follow- pride. Mr. Willie Seaton left Monday for ing: Lexington where he will enter the Napoleon is credited with having Remains Brought to Garfield. University of Kentucky and will ensaid that in war the value of morale list in the Students Army Training is as three to one. Maintaining morale The remains of Richard Whit-wort- h Corps be nioblized Oct. I. in Napoleon's time wan very different ti4 years old and a native of Mr. Seaton resigned from the L. from maintaining it now. Napoleon Breckinridge county, who died at his H. & St. L. R. R. shops where he held had no submarines, aeroplanes, gas or late home in Louisville were brought a posiaion as time keeper and M. C. modern artillery constantly harassing to Garfield last Monday for interment. B. clerk. and shattering the nerves of his men. The deceased is survived by his widTo maintain morale in the face of ow and five sons, Ezekeil, Thomas, All Day Missionary Meeting these modern methods of warfare is John, Jake and William. Whitworth. at Methodist Church. very much more difficult than it was in the days of Napoleon. The nerve Well Pleased in Jefferson County. strain of this war is far grater than Friday morning of this week it has ever been in any preceding war, Mr. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, at ten o'clock the members of and it is therefore of the utmost im- K Dear Mr. Babbage: We are now the Woman's Missionary Sonets portance that everything possible be in our new home in Jefferson county and any others who may desire to done to relieve this strain and keep is a beautiful place and we are atend, will hold an all day missionary the minds of the soldiers as Marly well satisfied. I'leasc send The meting or what will be known as normal as possible. This is the great Breckenridge News to Valley Station, "Miisson Study Rally Day," at the service that the Y. M. C. A. in its war we can't do without our home paper. Methodist church. Those who atwork is trying to accomplish. Simi cumin, tend will bring their lunches and Yours respectfully, serve them together at the noon ilar work has been undertaken by the A. V. Whitworth, hour. Valley Station, Ky., Route No. 6. (continued on page 7) forty-years "No German Bullet Made Can Kill Me.' J. P. HASWELL NAMED G. 0. P. WAR GARDEN rJfTwo e. Clov-erpo- rt SCOPE PURPOSE OF WAR e He-wa-s It r 1 Serg Lewis Moorman Willis who was reported in last week's issue of Of the State Campaign ComAt Madisonville Sept. 25th Thi llreckenridge News as having mittee. Former Asst. been wounded July has been Dr. J. P. Dillion Host heard from since this message was Dist. Attorney. "Centenary Day," 26th received by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Willis. John I'. Haswell. of Hardinsburg, Sergt. Willis wrote Aug. :.', to One of the most interesting feaformer Assistant District Attorney, tures of the Louisville Conference bis mother from a Base Hospital in has been named chairman of the ReThe letter was written in France. of the Methodist Episcopal Church. his own hand writing and he began publican State Campaign Committee, South, "which convenes September by saying that hi had been wounded according to announcement made Mth at Madisonville. Kentucky, will by a machine gun bullet. He fur- last night by Alvis Bennett, secrebe the "Centenary Day" which will ther stated that he was having the tary of the Republican State Central be observed September '.'lith. Bishop best of attention in the hospital and Committee. Other members of the said. "Mother if you ever have anyCollins Denny, of Richmond, VirgCampaign. Committee thing to give, don't withold it from Republican inia, will preside. the Red Cross nor the V. M. C. A., are: Among the speakers who will for they are doing the most wound I.. I'rince, First district. Judge present the Centenary program will erful work in the world." Marshall county: Second district. Sergt. Willis boasted on having be Dr. W. I, Beauchamp. Df, W. G several Bodies to his credit, and add- Judge w. T fowler, HopkmsvtUej Cram. Mrs. B. W. Liscomb, of Nashdistrict. John I'. Gilliam, ed. "There never was nor will be a Third ville. Tennessee, Rev. H. A. Bonn, German bullet made that can kill me. Scott S ville; Fourth district. D. O. of Louisville, Kentucky, and Dr. G, am anxiously waiting for the time Burke, Bradford! vlBe ; Fifth district B. Winton, formerly missionary to when I can get back on the firing A. (' White: Sixth Hert and Mexico. line. If the home folks in ClovcrThe subjects to be discussed on port could only sec the American district. John J, Craig. Covington; VeUtCnary Day will be "World Re- boys getting after the Huns and Seventh district. Judge E. C. O'Rear, construction after the War;" "God's watch them run like Jack rabbits Frankfort; Eighth district. W. C. Call to the Church in a World's they would die laughing." Sergt. llanna. Shelby ville; Nineth district, Crisis;" "The Church's Opportunity Willis is remembered by his home T, A Field. Ashland; Tenth district. to Get Out of Littleness into Bigpeople as being very humurous. so I Judge Fred A Vaughan, 1'aintsville; ness." Bishop Dennv will be one i evidently a German bullet wound has Eleventh district. Judge L W. A leading the principal speakers. put his huinoristic vein out of comMt. Vernon; and W. L Moss, layman will discuss "Can We But mission. His numerous Mends in PincvitSc. It Through," and he will show the Cloverport and throughout the county Thomas L. Walker, of Lexington, needs of the mission Fields. will be pleased to bear that Sergt. was named chairman of the Finance This year's annual conference ses- Willis is faring so well. Committee; J. F. Ramsey, of Eddy-villsion promises to be one of the most chairman of the Speakers' Buinteresting and important in the hisreau; C. A. Segner. of Louisville, tory of the organization, and while FAMOUS Harry ( iiovannolli, of Lexington, and the Centenary Movement is already II. Jones, of Glasgow, press well known to the members of the Alvis S. .Bennett, secconference, great interest will be retary. Steed by the coming of these SUCCUMBS. Judge Haswell last night said specialist who are highly trained in "Dr. limner has decided that he missionary activities. should devote his entire time during Movement inThe Centenary Body Lay-I- the fourth Liberty Loan campaign cludes a world program based on a To Heart Failure. to making speeches in its behalf. careful survey of need and opportunCapitol. InState at This campaign will .extend from ity, and a vigorous campaign will be teresting Career. September Mth to October mth and made to release the prayer power as he will make addresses for the of the church by enrolling tens of The remains of the former Senator Liberty Loan during this entire perthousands in the "Fellowship of political Intercession" and turning them as J. C. S. Blackburn, who died of iod he will not deliver-anThe position taken by Dr. p raver helpers. The program also heart failure early Thursday morning Speeches, Bruner in this matter has the hearty includes a "Stewardship Drive" to se- Sept. 19th at the home of his daughState ter. Mrs. Win I' Hall and Brig. Geo, approval of the Republican Methcure enrollment of millions of odists who will acknowledge their Hall. r. S. A. .retired. Washington, Campaign Committee." Courier- - Journal. stewardship by the payment of the D. C. were brought to Frankfort. Saturday and HI) in state at the Capitithe. During the next five years of the tol building for live hours after which Called to Chicago to See Centenary celebration there will be simple ceremonies in the Frankfort Their Soldier Son. an earnest appeal made for life ser- t cuietery. In the death of Senator Blackburn vice, and streuous efforts will be made Mr. and Mrs. J ISO. I.. Rhodes of to recruit a large number of new the state looses one of its most dis- Mc Daniels received a telegram last for the ministry, home and tinguished personages in the political workers He was so years old. ami Tuesday calling tin in to Chicago to realm. foreign missions, and for service in born a.nd reared near Spring Station. see their son, Roy S. Rhodes of Camp the local church. Senator Jackson, Columbia. S. C. who was at county. Ky. In the next live years, the Southern Woodford Blackburn began his political career the home of his sister, Mrs. Lee Methodists expect to raise $:s:.iMKMMNI Mattingly. on a short furlough before to be applied to war work. bOUM .md in ISM by first making stump speechElev- leaving for France. es for Breckinridge and Lane. foreign missions anil church extenAfter Priv, Rhodes returned to en years later, he was elected sion. front Woodford county in camp Friday night his parents reWhen his mained in Chicago to visit their the General Assembly. Weddino Announcements. Miss Frances Rhodes, time expired for this office he was daughters, elected congressman Mrs. Geo. Collins, Mrs. Lee Mattingnominated and The marriage pf Miss 'earl Beaviu and served four consecutive terms, ly and Mr. Mattingly also their sons, Of Mattingly and Mr. Walter Bricke.. and linaly he won by one vote in the Mr. E Rhodes and family. Mr. Paul oi Beechfork was solemnised, Satur- race tor United States Senator from Rhode! ami Mrs. Rhodes coming latday, Sepl II. in the St. Mary', Kentucky, defeating Gen, "Cerra er to Louisville (of a tew days visit the Woods church at McQuaily. Gordo" Williams He served three to their daughter. Mis R. S. Crews and Mr. Crews. Rev. J. F. Kline preformed the cere- terms as Senator and as the first Go mony in the presence of the iiumed-eatof Panama. family and several friends. At the time of his death. Senator From a Truthful Country Editor. Mr. Brickey is the son of Mrs. Blackburn was in Washington servThe following letter is reproduced Sarah Brickey and his bride is the ing as resident commissioner of the daughter of Mrs. Mary Beavin. Mr. Lincoln Memorial Commission to verbatim from the tiles of our and Mrs. Brickey will reside on a farm which he had been appointed by Treasurer: "Been so busy moving, painting, at Beechfork. President Wilson. varnishing, liinishing. drax ing. trucko ing, linotyping. printing., cussing The wedding of Miss Gretrude Den O. E. S. Officers of editing, managing, billing, dunning, ham and Mr. John Burnett Strong Irvington Elected New. paying, Red Cross took place 'cducsda J evening at 7:30 Driving. Liberty Bond Buying and o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mi Rev. W. Irvington, Sept. Hi. (Special) New Selling, typing nursing siek babies, PrM Max. Sr., in this city. L. Baker was the officiating clergy- officers were elected al the Order of not to mention the matter of riming man and onh a Jew members of the Eastern evening a dinky newspaper and pretty fair Star, Thursday job office, running for political office, bride's family were present at the After the ceremony a lie Grand Worthy Matron. Mis organizing a party, electric wiring, marriage was present and Building a War Garden (in fact wedding supper was served, and the Dicks of Louisville following morning Mr. Strong took Those elected were: two of them), and a few more of the incidentals of daily life such as getthis bride to his farm on the CloverW M. Mrs. Elizabeth Head. ing mad subs back in line, telling canport and Hardinsburg pike. VV. P. J. D. Ashcrait. didates how to become congressmen The bride is the daughter oi Mi Mrs. Ola Gardner. A. M and I'. S. Senators, and joy riding Geo. Deuham whose home in this Mrs. R. M. kascy. Secretary and bunting a quart of CO rain this citx was recently destroyed by lire Mr. J. L. Gray. Sahara, that wrote this check a Treasurer and who will HtOVC to Owensboro to live with his younger daughter, Miss Conductress Mrs. Kosie Ashcraft. week ago (in my head) and could Glad you have A. Conductress Mrs Lillie (ilassiock not get it on paper. Lizzie Deuham. I liapliu been so lenient;, had- the money Mrs. J. Gfft) Mr. Elijah Ashcrait. waiting some time; sorry you havn't Marshal SAFELY LANDED. Well here Organist M i s Edith BfiM bad it to btt bonds with. tl last month's balance, and the rest Adah Mrs. lames Bolin. Mrs. J. 11. Bates of Mcxjuady reRuth- - M rs. Luther Wilson. will come when you get restless ceived a telegram from her sou Owen V. Bates that he had landed safely Esther Miss Mary Brown. Thanking you for post favors, we He was Martha Mrs. Manuel Brooks. at Copenhagen, Denmark. Rjecta-Vll- ri V Fraterually, Willis. in the Engineer Corps and has been remain WarderA-Mis- s in training at Ft. Benjamin Harrison Atruthful Country Editor. Esther Milbouru. K.- - U. Kascy. SentincH-M- r. Paragraphs. for a few weeks. 1 I i Bet-hurue. CHAIRMAN KY'S o STATESMAN : n e 1 - PAGE 2 THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEIS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. 1 yhc ENGLAND'S MAN OF MYSTERY Hun 1 We have In transit a car of Genuine Ohio River Salt. 100 lb Bags, 280 lb barrels. Salt is scares and we advise the purchase of it now B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg Ky. Paul Tilford, Co. B. MOtB Engineers with Division of Camp Mills. Long Island has returned to his camp after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Tilford of PordsviBc. Many from here attended the State Corp Tilford was a promising Portable wooden hut-- , for MM iii young railroad man, being employed I'air last week. Franca will be hipped from thi in the L H. A St. L K. K before Joe Hrite and two sons were bare request country, in retponie to entering service, and now he is makFrance ing equally as good a soldier for Un- Saturday from Vanzant. Ky. from the Commissioner to Miss Km SMI Lou Moorman has reAn appropriation of $153,104 has been cle Sam. turned from Louisville. by the War Council for this made Miss Rosa Lou Ditto sper.l the purpose. week end at her home in Hardius-burg- . Mr R. W. Kowland ol Hardins-burSeveral from here attended the assisted in the management of Rev. Reid from Irvingtt.n will State Fair, k an ice cream supper held at the preach at the Baptist church on the Miss Mollic Clarkson after several 4th Sunday. school house. Saturday evening. Sept Tth and when the affair had heen weeks visit with Mrs. Pierce Harda-waRev. Johnson will preach at the has returned to her home in concluded ami all expenses paid, Mr. Methodist church on the 4th SaturLouisville. Rowland turned in $M to the day afternoon and at night. Miss Mary Louise Hardaway left Ked Cross Chapter. Mrs. James A. Dean and .laughter. Monday for Kussellville where she Theltna are spending a few days in Run Chapter of the Ked will aland Logan College. The Hites Kdgar Hardaway is having a fine Louisville the guests of Mr. Jeff Cross which is a branch of the Chapter, turned into the later big tobacco barn built on his farm Owen and family. Miss Jackie Powell who has been society. $31.30 recently, which it made near here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hardaway of working as a stenographer tor Bond in giving an ice cream supper in the Bros, at Elizabethtown. lias been 'Phis Brandenburg spent the week end community. Rm Hite transferred to some wrier.: in Alachapter deserves especial commenda- with his sister and brother. Miss She is the kind hat taakei bama. tion because of its limited number Mattie and Mr. David Hardaway. Missel Laura Met! Stith. Mary good. of members, but evidently it is made Mrs. Roy Whittinghill and lUta up of quality and not so much cptan-it- Koote and Thomas Hardaway and Percy Koote motored to Louisville, Irene Powell are visiting their aunt. Saturday and atended the State I'air. Mrs. Peckenpaugh and Mrs. Atkins Mis Mollie Clarkson and Mrs. C. near Sample. L Hardinsbnrg Mr Walker ol Mrs. Joe M. Cooper of 'anzjnt patriot and a P. Hardaway were dinner guests of of Hardinsborg is recently visited J. T. and C. W Jones. ol the Ked CrOSI work in Mis Lola Clarkson, Thursday. devotee Mrs J. C. TttMord f Madison, id., T. Stith entertained the Mrs. that m V'ill not sell ice cream to be her lister, Mrs. to dinner Wednesday, recently visited sold by others unless they promise to following Ernest Eskridge. Mesdamci D. C. Heron. K. l. I Keel CrOBS, give their profit to the Mrs. J. M. Howard has just 'reMarx Heron, lievie Cain turned from a trip to po..its in the Ked Cross Chapter and N'oanii Costa of lirazil The CtoverpoM She was accompanied to Mn Del Lashbrook has returned Eas. room i. open on Tuesday, WednesCity by her daughter, Mabel day and Thursday afternoons ol every to her home in Owensboro after a Atlantic of Washington, where on the coast The Women have begun on visit to her sister, Mrs. (1. O. lilan-forweek. they very much enjoyed the ple:i;ant the cotton tewing and atprocnt they Mrs Belle Kasey, Kosetta pent ocean breeze from off the AtllMtlC. making women's are euting OCtt and morning jackets and under skirts for several day I last week with her sister, It is quite interest ug t.i hear her tell of the queer CUStOU) n the East Mrs. S. I. McCoy. 12 year old giil She says she likes the southern people The chairman of the sewing depart' hc-- t of ;.ll When you have backache thdivcr or kid- much better and lenU'c': to have as many women ment neys an Mfl to he out ot gear. Try San-oto help in this work as will come ami it lots womlrrs (or t lie liver, kiilneys and How many miles of road will the do either cutting, machine or linger blsddtr, A trial oOe tiottlc will convince road fund of your county improve? work you.. Qs it at the drug store. Corp. RED CROSS SOCIETY Corp. Tilford Returned to Camp. Capt. Gordon Cnmphell, Knglnnd'f "Mnn of Mystery," hns Just been deco rated with the Victoria Cross, dreal secrecy has Involved the reason for tht award, as In the past when Campbell received the D. 8. O. and sltnilat awards for conspicuous gallantry. It Is believed that Cnmphell was the man In command of the decoy ship "050' which succeeded In obliterating man German submarines. Subscribers Letters. Good to Get Home Paper. Find Dear Sir: liabbage. enclosed ; cents in stamps for my paper six months it seems good to get our old home paper again. Mr. ." GLEN DEAN Yours truly. L R. Wright. Owens mouth, CaL Star Route. Mrs. BEWLEYVILLE g Hen-dric- Renewal of Miss Mary Stone. I'alls of Rough, Ky.. Sept. :.'. till Editor of The Hreckenridge News, Find Dear Sir: Cloverport. Ky. enclosed fl.M for which please re new my subscription for another year to the Hreckenridge News and oblige, kindly excuse delay. y Sincerely, (Miss) Mary Stone. From R. R. Payne. V.HH. Mr. Gaston, Ky.. Sept. Please Hear Sir: J. D. Babbage. to pay my subscription to the News find enclosed check for three dollars for year Ittl andldlt). Many thanks for sending the paper along. Yours Respectfully. R. R. Payne. From Miss Rebecca Rickets. Mr. John D. liabbagc. Cloverport. Ky. Enclosed you will Dear Sir: find $1.."i0 money order for which please send to the following address The Hreckenridge News for one year. Yours very truly, Kcbecca Rickets, Schlater. Miss. What is a Branch House? The Branch House is the place in the packing organization where what the packing plant does for you is put where you can use it Both are the natural result of Hard-inshur- g Clov-erpo- rt TWO LETTERS. In the "Letters to the F.ditor" col umn in this newspaper the following appeared yesterday under the head Man's Are This ing "Where -- Friends?" To the : 1 Editor of the Herald and Examiner de-ir- es l, am in the army because I Sir love the L'nited States just at much IS I do my native country, Greece. but won't somebody kindly write ntc a letter? Extra Trousers Free With Suits tailored to your measure and to your liking from New Fall Materials at any of th.e following prices: $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $27.50, $30.00 and up Before leaving C hicago I had a host of friends, both male and female, but since entered training here I haven't received a letter from any of them. So. if you have space, please print a few lines to let my friends know my addrCSI here. OS, si'FKos (."are C. & li. School, ' amp Sherman, Ohio. than to 37.50. Worth your while coming to Louisville Just to get in on this remarkable bargain. In these war times, there could be but one good reason to justify such an offering as this. That reason is: we're new to Louisville and Kentucky. In the short time we've But we want been here, we number our patrons by the hundreds. still more to know that our boast that we ars "the fastest growing tailors in Louisville" is not an idle one. Trousers Alone Worth $6.00 or More. These extra t i'iiuhi'I'h that we give you free are made from the lengths left from bolls. We inelude our tines woolelix. We give you choiee piek the besjt. Some of these trousers are worth Mliiirt ua much us $P.OO. Come on and see for yourself. SUPERIOR WOOLEN MILLS 513 W. Market, Louisville rii imrnt Here is one triend he has found. Reail this next letter and ask yourdoing all Am self the question: can to render the life of these boys less lonely? To Speros Thanos. Camp Sherman, O. Dear Sir I don't know you, but, by gosh! I won't let you suffer, so here goes for am a down-stat- e what it's worth. high brow from Decatur, 111., Moating around up here in the city for a week or two in the interest of my firm. This morning my eye fell on the inclosed clipping in the Herald and know what it is Exan&iMr and hoy, to want to get letters when away I from your old stamping ground. get as hungry for them as a dog for a hone. Well, boy am glad to lend this MsCh of my time to one who's gone to the front to uphold this country and to fight my end of the battle Owing to my age near the there. tit) mark all 1 can do is to stay back here and conserve all can. and "kick in" with all the spare change can to help take care of the boys. Every sacrifice to give bus become a positive pleasure. At the hotels, out on the road. I tell thcni to give me one egg and the other to the boys, and one spoon of sugar and two to the boys behind the guns. That's the kind of stuff 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 old-tim- e growth and development in the living thing they belong to. Swift & Company Branch Houses are located in distributing centers all over the country. They are fitted out with refrigerating equipment to keep meat cool, sweet and fresh. Bach one is in personal charge of a man who believes in what Swift & Company is doing for people and wants to help do it They are directed by men who have spent years learning how to get better meat cheaper to the places where it is needed. Meat is shipped to the branch houses direct from the packing plants in Swift & Company's refrigerator cars, in such quantities that it can be disposed of while fresh and sweet. Your meat dealer comes here to buy your meat for you unless someone else can treat him better then we can. I So you need the branch house in order to live well; and the branch house and the packing plant need each other.in order to be useful to you. Swift & Company, U. S. A. The your Uncle Fuller is made of. boys first and last all the time. Get Go to it, son, I'm for you. in the training good and strong, and ride the briny deep and help topunc-tpr- e enough holes in that bunch over there so that you can see through them. Shoot them up in the air so high that the bluebirds will build a nest in them before they hit the ground. You bet! That's the spirit. Don't bunch be afraid of that big, that think they can whip the wourld. 1 wouldn't give you for the whole You lot of pot ltckers over there. are in a light to death for your adoptStand for the things ed country. that our God would have us stand for first, to guide you in life, and you My piayer will come out victorious. each day to God is to spare our boys that they may come back home and tell of their experiences. Hest wishes, r.on, and hopi this will help to bieafe the long felt want for a lette- - from somebody. Yours trfflv, JOHN T. DITTO. Chicago, Atg. .9, 1918. blood iu this Tiere's tjood man a vein. ii article wa pubThe preceed-'inlished in the editorials of the Chkago Herald and Examiner and most readable. is indeed THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. PAGE 3 DIRECTORY Of BIG SPRING Hrmaf1 Harnett. St Loaia, Mo. here for several hours Friday afternoon his first visit hack to his Chicken Raisers, Live Stock old home for several years. and Tobacco Dealers Mrs. C. M. Witt and Miss Ruth Witt went to Louisville Friday for of Breckinridge a visit with Mrs Witts father. Mr. County V'ogt and Misses Lillian and KlttU Vogt. returned Miss Myrtle Planters Hall Stock Farm home Friday afterMoormanweeks visit a two Glen Dean, Ky. with her brother Raymond Moorman and Mrs. Moorman. Louisville. Poland Polled Durham Cattle. Miss Leah Meador spent I'riday Short Horn China Hogs. with her sister, lift, DoM Kichard-son- , Corners. Cattle. Hampshire Sheep B. S. Clarkson came out from LouHave won 1000 Ribbons at Stale Pairs isville, Thursday lO register. I'ast Five Years Mrs. Joe Itcwley and Miss ( ether ine Griffith spent I'riday at Cattle and Hog Breeders, BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLM AN, K OF CLOVERPORT RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting was President - Cashier THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN tfaanaNRacPxry 7 SERVICE CONTENTMENT 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits PERSHING'S ARMY IS MADE UP OF or: m 3on m 30C Children's School Ginghams We have the largest and most beautiful line of gingham and percales ever shown in Breckinridge County. We have patents that are just the thing for young jrirls school dresses: also have pretty pieces for ladies house dresses in wool and cotton. When baying fall goodl it will pay von to come and see our line DO matter how far awav vou might he living. THIRTY DIVISIONS Not Kliza-hethtow- n Valley Home Stock Farm W. . Mrs. Bcwlcy gOBI up J OWE! 4 SOU, Prtptlttwi 1 twice a week for treatement Hilt Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Latham. Mrs. Frank Sunday from a in front Information Divulged as to Poland China Hogs a Specialty her brother Polled Durham Cattle ORCHARD HOME FARM Proprietor G. P. MAYSEY. BREEDER OP Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs. 2. Hardinsbiirjr. Ky., Route C. V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. DEALER IN High-Cla- Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. ss IT WILL PAY YOl TO VISIT MY STABLES Glen Valley Stock Farm E. I B08EMS01. Pr.piiltor Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham aid Shorthorn Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Dealer in Leal Tobacco Thos. O'Donoghue Dea'er in and Hieeder of Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Po- land China Hogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 THE HOWARD I. M. HOWARD FARMS 4 SON. Prop. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, - Ky. Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers In Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco HIMT N. NORTOM. The Webster Stock Farm Ositr Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder of Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster. Ky. Park Place G. N. Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of the late Catherine Carroll, deceased will present them to the undersigned Administrator of her estate at Cloverport, Kentucky, duly proven, as required by law, on or before the 15th day of October, 18X8. Lawerence Carroll, Administrator of the estate of Catherine Carroll, deceased. Claude Mercer, Ky. Mary OF DRIVE ed Monday from a week's visit with METZ OBJECTIVE her sister. Mrs. Will Miller, Louisville. Sreat Force Nov Hammering the The farmers arc busy with tobacco Huns Consists of Men From All and plowing for wheat. Parts of the United States Miss Gennie Meyers, Vine Grove Makeup of Units. spent I'riday afternoon with friends. Mrs. Will Griffith was at AllMftaft Sept. 14. Wnfhlnc'ton. Wednesday. Irst field nnny, reported in pni ticlpnt-ns- f in 4 Weill a'l first big offensive on Mesdamcs Geo. l'rather. Ben FlowInIggjttng front. Is composed of five ers, Miss Leah lleador and Mr. Jonoips, each corps made up of wix dias Allgood went to Louisville visions. Infornatlon lata not yet been llviilt-'elis to the exact number of ami Mrs. Deacon Rev. Deacon An aaaosssce- tk divisions engaged, spent the week end in Constantino mint of t! sakoejp of Use Bret BeM with friends. irmy follows The following attended the fair First Corps 1st, I'd. Htk, CM, 41st divisions, under Major QBB last week: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Norris ind and daughters, Misses Blanche and rral Liggett. BMfe. BSd, :wnh. St nd Corps-"H- i. Ruby, C C. Martin. Carl Martin. Nth Bad 4th divisions, under Mujor Alex Martin. Misses Clare and Morris, F'rank Hilf, Mr. and fJeneral Buiimd. :id, Bth, TSth, snth, Wd ps Third Mrs. Will Bewley. J. R. Meador. mil LiT roi divisions, under Major Qetv Will Curtain, Misses Bessie Richrnl Vfrtght, ardson and Lorena Kaelin. Fourib coraa gTth, BM with. .nth. an'.rjil divisions, under Major Mrs. Sallic Morris received UMI lest last (icnernl Keed. other letter from Shelby Fifth cut li eth, BBth, 7th. Tilth. week from over-ther98th add !lsl divisions, under fctaJOff Qeneral Bandy. Makeup of Units. The 1st eorrs is Beads up aa follows: Major .f rsfralars, First division 2d division of Mrs. Nancy Taul of Wynoka, General Bmnmernll Oklahoma is visiting relatives and regulars, Major General Lejune ; itn or New Bngsand division Major Gan friends here. ; Use 89d division of Mrs. Clint Frank who has been sral Edwards Mlchlgaa and Wisconsin QuBnlstnen. Mrs. Joe Hur- visiting her children. Major Qeneral Baan list or "Sunset" dette and Everett Frank at Tennison, ilivision of Ouardamen from the fur Ind., has returned home. West and Pacific o;it. Major Qeneral Miss Irene Brickey who has been Alexnnder, and the I'Jd or "Kiiinbow" visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. division. Major Qeneral Menoher, The 8d arasj corps, under Qeneral Tom Brickey and other relatives for two weeks has returned to Evansville. Bnllardi is composed of the 4th diOun-eroMr. and Mrs. Alvin I'ate and three vision of regulars, Major Qeneral Pennsylvania division 28th children, Willie, Fred and Virgil and Qnard, Major Qeneral afatr ; BMh diMr. and Mrs. John Pate of Evansvision North n ml South Carolina nnd ville motored to Mattingly last Thurs Tennessee Cunrd, Major General day to visit relatives and friends. Lewis; ttoth division Missouri and KanMrs. James Keenan and grand- sas gunrd. Major Qeneral Trnub ; 77th daughters, who have been visiting or "Metropolitan" division, Major Genrelatives at Tennison, Ind., and eral Duncan ; BM division selective draft men from Georgia, Alabama and Owensboro have returned home. Mr. Wid Mason wlill commence Florida, Major General Burnham. The 8d army corps Is composed of cutting his tobacco this week. the 3d division of regulars. Mujor GenMrs. Geo. Taul and Mrs. Curt eral Plckman ; 5th division regulars, Pate are on the sick list. Major General MeMahon; 27th diviRev. D. M. Jolly filled his appoint- - sion, New York gunrd, Major General ,1, ....... . . laet Sniiii:iv Iinr. ti i O'Ryan; 88d division Illinois guard, 'ii ii u i C and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bm Major General Bell; 78th division. New York and Delaware selective F. Frank on Saturday. Mrs. Tom Bates, Jr., is suffering draft troops. Major General McRae; 80th division, New Jersey, Virginia, with rheumatism. Maryland and District of Columbia Russell Taul and brother, Bennie draft, Major General Cronkhlte. Taul of Evansville visited relatives Fourth Corps. here last week. The 4Hi army corps consists of the Mrs. Nancy Taul of Wynoka, Okla., 29th division. New Jersey, Virginia. is visiting relatives here. Delaware, Maryland and District of Mrs. Talitha Keenan and sister, Columbia guard. Major General MorMrs. Nancy Taul were the guests of ion; :17th division Ohio guardsmen, BN Natheir sister, Mrs. Sarah Frank last Major General F:irnworth tional army division of Ohio and PennSaturday and Sunday. sylvania, Major General Glenn; Hilth Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blair visited selective draft men from division her sister, Mrs. Samuel Ramsey and seven Western stales, Brigadier GenMr. Ramsey last Sunday. eral Winn; IHIth division Texas and Mrs. James F'urrow and daughter, Oklahoma, Major General Allen;; 8M Mrs. Herbert Ball of Kansas is visdivision negro selective draft men Major General Ballon. iting relatives in this vicinity. Filth u nil y corps consists of the (5th Mr. Will Mason has finished cutdivision regulars. Brigadier General ting tobacco. ; With OklaNews has been received here that Erwln guard division Texas and troops. Maior (icnernl homa is stationed at NewOUie Orum who t' New BnglBgd Smith : 715th dlvlsi port News has passed the examina- draft. Major General Hodges; Tilth dl tion and will shortly go over. vision Pennsylvania and Maryland Mr. Lud Moorman and grandson, National arin.v. Major General Kuhn Lonnie Cooper of Vanzant are visit- 8Tth division Michigan and Wisconsin ing his son, Myron Moorman and National nnny, Major General Ki-nedy; 8fth division National army Mrs. Moorman at Mattingly. from Pacllle and far Western states, Brigadier Qeneral Porta. It is necessary for us to be ten under must be remembered, however, It states in road that since this arramceinent was made years behind other work in Kentucky. e i.l these divisions have been sen! s Into action with the Feneh and British commands now attacking the llludeu-burNotice. line. Fliza-bethtow- n Mon-day. d : returned home twoweeks visit with Indiana. Eleanor Scott return- the Exact Number Engaged in Offensive. Ginghams anil Percales for school, 25 and 35 cents per yard IT Hoosier Cotton uj dow 23c per while ard Ml Woolen Goods In Outing Cloth "he attractive colon ft ir 50 cents and $2.50 per van! scll-itl- g very host for C quality 25 c e n t a r yard .selling for 1 M Mens extra heavy Blue Work Shirts; good values; selling for $1.00 each Red Diamond and Duck Head Overalls will outwear all others. Price $2.50 Eliz-abet- h I I u MATTINGLY J. R. WILSON PjlC The prepared store on Glen Dean. Ky. Z3CIDI : 30C hoc ioczzI q Millinery We take pleasure in announcing thai we have opened our fall and now we are ready to show our customers the latest and best We have hats already trimmed and styles in fall and winter hats. Remember to visit our milinery department shapes to he trimmed. when in this store. inil-inery Boys School Clothes We have suits for hoys which will very satisfactory for school wear. They come in gootl servicahle colors ami new styles. Fit your boy out with a good comfortable pair of school shoes we have them. See our line of boys furnishings. p rove Dress Goods Our fancy dress gootls in silks, wools, poplins, percales and ginghams are popular to make up for all occassions. R. W. ; Jones Roosters, 11 Glen Dean, Ky. Produce Prices Hens, 21 cents; cents; Eggs; 36 cents. Friers, 24 cents; ; Attorney. Men inexperienced in road work will most likely lose money taking road contracts, bedsides making it doubly hard on engineers to get good job. How can you build roads without money? Aii persons having claims against the Estate of the late Mrs. Eliza J. Hendrick, will present such claims duly proven as required by law to the undersigned FCxecutor of her estate on or before the First day of November, 1U1H. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Executor of the Estate of Mrs. Eliza J. Hendrick, deceased. Claude Mercer, Attorney for the Estate. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS RED CROSS IRONATED HERBS The Pennsylvania department of forestry has offered to the French gov ernuient 4,000.(KX) tree seedlings as an aid to that country lu reforestliiK the shell-torwoods In eastern France. The offer Is commended everywhere. Though at present France is unuhF to do much in the way of rehabilitating her devastated lauds, the sympathy that Is being extended to her from all parts of the globe nhows that wheu the proper time comes she will not lack the material means to recoup herself from the terrible afflictions she has suffered. I'llthrtn.ler n Reforestation In France. Will Exercise His Right "I am probably" It Is Father Van QuentlB speaking "the only man In (WITH PEPSIN) did not you dont fuel well or if you wake up Kansas City who last winter It all run down with headache, say. 'If I ever live uutll auother sumtired and bihouanebs, Indigestion and feel all out mer, I will never complain, no matter of sorts, tako a bottle of IRONATED how hot It gets.' I complained last HERBS with PEPSIN. Guaranteed to winter, but I reserved the right to comput you in the pink of condition. This plain again this summer If the weather and more than one hundred other Red doesn't suit me. So If hot winds come, Cross Remedies and Toilet PrepairtU ms you may expect to hear from me." sold and guaranteed only by Kansas City Star. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. It might end but this is important Birth Announcement. Listen as K.iiser Bill went Mr. and Mrs. Van Buren Butts of the war Caseyville. ky. announce the arrival up the lull lie looked back and saw of a son, Van liuien Butts, Jr., on llorris Tucker. Paul Lewis, Bernard Mitchel, Herman Morrison, Will September '. mis. d Mrs. Butts was formerly Miss Waggoner, James McGovern, Walter Wiseuberg, Joe Anna Mabel Kramer of this place. He llurkc. F'loyd Carter, coining. stretched his neck and said by heck I'll leave tin-- , earth a running. Don't think that you have to join the army We gol inbad Mr. Will Weatheiht.lt. I'ana, 111. to net into trouble It didn't happen in BerShipped our cat machine last week. Dear Sir: We will fol- lin cither. Was unhitching old Dobby parcel post lot o( St. Kose a man low on the first hog train going north bin in the hitch Hitting by me mistook lor Richwill thrash the cats in and around came " Hello w Uncle Pana the Krst thing on arrival. Cap- ard .xl.n We said. Dick" when we awoke we found it acity ten thousands cats pefNay and He came by the power of the Maul Kelly, may- was Kdward Whitehead He said a hot biscuit be you don't think the fur will Hy at us like Mull as this is the first trouble I to business. when we net down let you Mr. FCditor we know that you are have had for sometime will if this happens a- in no humor this hot weather for be- down easy but ing bothered with spring poets in gam you will have to apologise the the fall and it isn't often we drag our second time Joe MullhaWni. poetical talent before the limelight j Ber-narl.i-ui- CARTERS LANDING PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY From Thr Nm XnrV Sun. I'd like to write a letter home and pour out all my woes, And tell the old folks how my sinks are minus heels and toes, d give to have a piece Ami what of mom's fried chicken now. Americans Try to Get Close to nd how all tired siik I get of eating army chow. Real Life. And that I'd take it kindly if they'd send me some tobac And tins of talc to soothe the bites WHAT A "DOUGHBOY" SAW that put me on the rack. And that I wish they'd pay the tin I borrowed off Mill Dra,er It All Looked end Tasted Good Until Hut dad would surely go and put my He Came to the Strange Mixture missive in the paper. Trie to Dodge Solemn Functions Arranged in Hit Honor Interested I'd love to write my brother Joe a- in Romantic Sign on the British bout the demoiselle-W'bSaloons. docs my washing in the creek and does it mighty well. At n bull came Mm other dny I plek-"- Her eyes are soft as velvet, and her up "doughboy." who In the course cheek is like a peach. of conversation made some quite friendly but Critical remarks on Brit- And "parley voo, M'sieu," to me she's volunteered to teach. ish hospitality in pence He said thut In the old days when But there is Susie Simpson she'd get mad and publish all nn Arnerlciin eniiio to London with used to pen to her the note of Ititrodiictinn he would lie taken Tile gush to lunch or dinner ut club or smart nights I cotildn t call restaurant, and that was the end of About her rosebud lips, you know, It, whereas when n Prltnn arrived in and waist so trim and taper. New York with Introductions his host For everything a soldier writes these would buy America and give it to him days goes in the paper. to do what he liked with. So I toolc this to heart Mi when I So when I sit me down to scrawl a next met him I gave him the whole hasty page or two day. He wus much pleased with the romantic signs of British saloons the Addressed to dad or mom or Joe accros the billows blue. "Bald Faced Stag,-- ' the "Hare and Hounds," the "Rising Sun," the "York- I merely say it rained today the mud shire Grey." He was much amused is getting tine. Willi the British royal ceremonies and And we are busy reeling in the far the ramiticatlon of titles. "Say, how flung German line, you keep this dope in your head has me And I've received a medal that the knights, beat them other fellahs, C. O. pinned on me, harts, yer majesties, yer graces, yer Or D, S. O. or Cross de Guerre or (lookships gee !" maybe a V C, The First Mishap. For decorations seems just now to be And my own notions of America mid the proper caper. thing tickled him to death. TdXvurd evening I took him to u West And all a soldiers letters home arc printed in the paper. Bod bar and with the, greatest good Will presented him with what I hud alMinna Irving. ways thought was a Manhattan cocktail. Last Letter Before He Sailed. lie looked grieved. "Say," he protested, "whut've I done that you should This letter from Ira D, Stone was wish this on me?" Written to his former school teacher "Oh, I thought you'd like something and school mates just before he to remind you of home." France, in answer to a letter "Heated me of home? What d'ye to him written by the Rhodes school call it V" "It's u Manhattan cocktail." at Me Daniels. "Manhattan nothing I Listen here! Camp Mills, Long island, N. Y. If any downtown harkeep pulled this Sept. a Itia Miss Florence Rhodstuff on me and culled it a Manhattan, es: Your note recieved and it was say, I guess tliere'd he immortality for certainly appreciated. Am glad you that harkeep next day. Manhattan? 1 laugh. Guess you don't know the first were so thoughtful and kind to write You those encouraging words. haven't got the least idea how much better I felt after reading them. In return I send you, the teacher of our school also your pupils from the oldest to the youngest my heartiest THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SEEING LONDON IN HIS LETTERS. --s. wue -- yl reut2udoin WAR TIME I CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 18, 1018 sr &w 1 Tour EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price fl.0 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 c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When von Ihave finished reading .,your Li nano I11 iu a f'-.-- .l copy ot III'. BKfcLMiHKiuue, INCWO iriciiu wuu is nui bscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. I "1, of Indianapolis is visiting her sister, Mr. Abram lonipton and Mr. Com-- I Virgil Hoskmi who is in the navy LooUville pton, Mrs. K. C. Shellman, was here Monday afternoon enroute was the guest ol Miv O. W. Unwell, home to visit his parents. Mr. and Wednesday. Mrs. Henry lloskitis of Custer. Dr. G. K. Shivcly returned fmnt Miss liessie Snider of Hardins- Louisville. Sunday. burg vilited her sister. Mrs. V. B. Miss Julia Adams, OwentbofO was Matingly last week. the must of her grandmother, Mrs. ( S. Hoard purchased a new Elizabeth Paulman, Wednesday. Buick last week. Mr. and Mrs Y B. Gardner were Mr and Mrs. W illis Frank and son. in Louisville lust week on buisness. Louisville, from Mf red returned Clover-por- t. Mrs. S. C. Matingly was in Monday where they have been visit- Thursday having dental work the Liter's brother. Herbert Hors-ledone. and Mrs Horsley. Mrs. (). E. Ferguson and little Mr and Mrs. Guy Springate of daughter. Virginia returned from Cutter, were here Tuesday enroute Sunday having been the Louisville to the State Fair. guests of her mother. Mrs. Demon. Mr. and Mis. T. A. Gray, Mr. and Miss Myrtle I! Shellman who is Mrs. Ova Gray and sons, Thomas attending ichool at Clovtfporl pent ami Robert Wayne were in Louisthe week end with her parent, Mr ville last week on buisness. and Mrs. J. M. Shellman. Abram Compton purchased a new Mrs. Minor rune kit for Hollo-wacar last week. O., Friday to join her husband Mrs. J. I!. Whitworth and son, there. Paul are visiting Mrs. Andrew Gier Mrs. Mary C. Crosson, L'nion Star lat Louisville. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. I!. Mr. Iluil Whitworth's body was Caahman. brought from Louisville Monday and Ira Brinslev and ('. I!. Waggoner hurried in the Garfield cemetery. week. atended the State Fair Mrs. Jim Tanner and daughter. Mrs. Addie Brown of lrvington Mr. and Mrs. F visited Olett guest of her sister. Mrs. Gray was the of lrvington last week. Mary T. Payne, Wednesday. Kev. II S English was called to Penbroke last Tuesday on account of the illness of his mother, Mrs. Mollic English. Kev. .Arthur I hisiu preached here Mrs. Elizabeth Pautman is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Adam in Owens-bor- Sunday night ami left Monday morning for Kusselville to attend school. W. C. Chenault. Owensboro was Miss Wilda Triplett spent from Friin town Thursday. day till Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs M C. Cockerel atMr. and Mrs Fred Triplett. Ilcwlcy-villtended theState hair last week. Richard McAfee. Jr.. and son Gilbert left last week for Louisville to Forrest I'hilpot returned home make their home. )aklahoma last w eek. from Mrs. H. J Rice returning from Mr. J. B. Norton and grandchildLouisville. Saturday is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P, I). ren, Gladys, Arthur and Overton Morton and Mrs. Effif Coomi and childHawkins Mrs W. T. Stewart of Hampshire. ren, Moberl and Ohtncr spent from Wyoming, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Friday till Sunday at Wolf Creek with his is her first Mr. and Mrs. Henry Belcher. James Mlllwell. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rhodes and son, visit back in sixteen year, Dr. G. E. Shivelv's health is im- LaFayette and .Missis Lonella Black. proved and he is now ready to praticc Audran Caahman and Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Noble and son. Hughes atday and night. tended the State hair last week. I! DutSchkl and family, Webster d 11 Man owes it to his Emily STEPHENSPORT KM rtONEY IN THE BANK to protect them against wanfr-! b have 11 11 Man's inhumanity to his widow and children is to ,leave than without protection from poverty and want ;n case of his death. Read that again Do your duty. Start a bank account today and regularly add to it. Don't It vour wife and loved ones suffer for your neglect. Our Bank is a safe place for your money. 11 y We offer you Strkngth, Courtksy, Good HARDINSBURG, Business Methods. & THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG TRUST CO. imrllll KY. Total Assets over $1,000,000.00 I OIC on lt sail-edf- LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK & RAYMOND e. Protection from every form of loss from a burned block to a lost package .1 GARFIELD Mr. and Mrs D. D. Howell. were the guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. Dowell'l parents, Mr. an. I Mrs. V. T, Howell. Mrs. Kars.nee Miss I turn itc King Ilard-insburg spent Sunday at I". M. Johnson's. Mi-- s Kula Cashman is in Louisville visiting her aunt. Mrs. Roy Beam hainp. Messrs Charles and John Simmons and Col. H. H Gorsttch, lrvington were through here Monday trying to buy sheep. ,,, ENOS SPENCER, r, C1IAS. G. II Ol II s. Vice Freedom , , r. H. U. IIMNV, thanks and regards. We are leaving tonight for a place somewhere I am not supposed to tell. It certainly is a pleasure to me to bear hardships for old glory, hut I hardly call it hardships after all, I will do my duty for my country to the best of my ability without a manner, So all of youbear in mind that I will be lighting for the rights of all who love our flag. I have HO other thought only that the Allies will win this war, and that I will come back to enjoy life in the C. S. A..1 again give you all my best wishes, I hope you will all live to see the victory won against the Huns, for they shall not rule the country. I will be glad to hear from all of you when ever you care to write. Yours sincerely, Ira D. Stone, Div.. saMil Inf.. Co. L, A. E. F TRUST CO. 4th and Market Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. Transacts a general Banking and Trust Busines We solicit your patronage Are you prepared for the worl? T7IR.E comes first as causing; PAUL COMPTON, Sect. Capital and Surplus.. $300,000.00 $2,000,000.00 Commercial School 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.toffite A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNINO LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Trains young men and women for Busine or Civil Service All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of employment should write for full information at once. position. OVER THE TOP TO VICTORY WE, are each one, responsible for the outcome of this war. Unless we are doing our level best, in the loaning of our funds, the conservation of our food supply, the backing up of our boys "Over There" we are falling short of our duty. Our bank yill help you wherever it can in this splendid duty and opportunity. the jreatest losses, but is first for that reason alone. Some other form of fatality might be far worse for you than a fire. Do not learn these things after they happen. Whatever your circumstances, occupation or possessions, you are vulnerable to the blind god Chance. The Hartford Fire Insurance Company outwits chance, because it covers all sides. Its policies surround you with an. interlocking coat of mail made up of Hartford policies, leaving no unprotected point. Would it not give you greater peace of mind to have this complete protection? The I thing uliout ft. Gimme some British ale. Here's how." He hud one special point In common with the uveruge British Tommy he hated those solemn "functions" arranged for his entertainment. He didn't want to be bothered with highbrow receptions and amateur musleul shows In the West End. Whut he most wanted, he said, was to foregather with an individual Kngllshmun and visit his suburban home and have u chat and a reul English wurtlme meal. The Real Friendship Bond. High otlieiuls and diplomats ot either country alwuys ure telling each other across omctul luncheon tables thut friendship Is now sealed, hut remarks of this kind are forceless, until they ure bucked by the Individual feeling of the common people on either side. They ure now uble to "get next" and us soon us Amen, an soldiers know something of the liitimute home life of the hurd- working middle eluss and their outlook on life there'll be something to write J Anglo-America- n Total Assets IWR Ql FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg Capital, Surplus and Kentucky. Insurance Service ot tin SERVICE 'Our Aim Is To Please' SAFETY Hartford Fire Insurance Co. offers it through this agency. FIRST STATE BANK W. J. Plggott, President J. M. Hcrndun, Vice President J. C. I'ayne, Cashier J. D. Lyddan, Asst. Cashier IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. Paul Compton and Russell Compton General Insurance Hardinihurg, home uhout. My "doughboy" miide a date of his next leave, when I am to tuke hitu to see the hiippy home of my old friend, "Uncle Toby," u gute keeper ut one of the big docks. We purted at a tube Btatlon, singing, in duet, the "Tipper-ary- " of the American troops, set to an air Of Sill In all's Hall, hall, the gang's all here I What th' 'ell do we eare? What lh 'ell do we eare? Hall. hall, the aaor'a all herel So what th' 'ell do we care nowT $40,000,00 Profits Undivided $5,000.00 Service and Safety are the induce-ment- s we offer the public to do business with us. Respectfully, - Men should be careful to know that they are correct before speaking and writing about roads, else the fruit of their efforts mav not be Kentucky worth gathering. JNO. D. SHAW, Cashier. mmmM THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, Enttrrd at the Pot Wood. Mr. and Mrs Will Laslie moved from near town Monday into one of the Oelze houses in the West end of town. Miss Mary Perkins spent yesterday in Louisville. Mr Marion Weathcrholt and Mrs. Weatherholt with his mother. Mrs J. H. WtMhtfhoh motored to Louisville find returned on Wednesday. lift, Ernest Ocjarnrtte has been in Illinois for some time visiting PAGE 5 SEPT, 18, ifia Ky. Classified NOTE d. Mrr Advertisements notify ill. nlitor when vou 1 Offior at t'lovcrport, ft. tccoml clft.. matter. Fall milincry Opening Pirn., advrrti. metit. iicrntmued. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTTD ' FOR FOREIGN FOR SALE K(H room ttnanl, l.inulitim ami tnanv omtmtnicatr with Mis, rink Star, Ky. ifV ADVERTISING DY THE Siirinu. SAI.K srt in ( Koum hoM Mqm Yt.t i r ta hit-- KurnMiinar ; Bel ami Matttc ak ; t Wa nlrnlirri initio- GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THF PRINCIPAL CIT'F! RATES FOR have received my line of fall and winter hats and will be pleased at any time to show I Knkitt,l othrf thing nioii Going anywhere soon? If so let us help you off Steamer Trunks and Large Roomy Trunks. Suit Cases, Leather and Otherwise. Hand Bags. Tour hoti-voynf- POLITICAL MENTS. ANNOUNCE- them to all those who are in- $ 2M For Prrcinct ami City $ 5 (to For County Office. y,u State an.l District Opcci JIB. (10 10 For Calls, ptr line .10 For Card, tier line all I'uMication. in the intrust of For individual, or expression of imlivid-ua- l views, per line 10 Mml terested in buying their new My hats have all bonnets. been selected with personal care in regard to both ttiality of material and the best styles. I will also have hats on display this week at Mrs. Sam relatives has returned Mr. ami Mr. George Wilson (nee Mr Helen Miller I and Mr and Forrest Miller were the Sunday Kiiish of Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy FOR SAI.K Urge O. K. At la llrat.r No. In tirt ciMl Caadftftoft, lnuirr at the Hrfckriiriilgr New t (ftier. FOR t 1. SAM on' J no. I. Kur BaMtgt, t'lnvrrnort, Sftnulnl dwelling, centrally ru c ami ti rni VfM or call Ky. Train Schedule on SAI.K Farm FOR M acrr; jrrmd dwelling atidtcnant limine ; hoth in good M pair ; so MfM h t l and halatu r rolling ; 'At Black. la ml in ood Mate of cult vatinn. MftJl K'Vt-balance in Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sattcrticld Rollin land !." icrri in ra Karm 1 timber, mile South of lodi ( .rove spent Labor day in Louisville. miltfrom htirg an Walnut j spring. Well with watered Mrs C(HS Kenfro of the Xarrows church. Will rll at a Tohacco and vt..ik is here to see her sister, Mrs J. M. har gan nuildingn alonr Trier SJ.OtNi. ('. W. Hruci . Ldibwrf, the ntom-y- The L, H. & St. L R'y. 1918 (iregory Effective July 1st, No. 142 will leave Cloverport Dix's in Stepbensport. EAST BOUND 0:20 10:1 Arriving Irvincton Arriving Louisville B:90 r i (5:08 No. 144 will leave Cloverport tl :00 Arriving Irvinffton 7:155 Arriving Louisville 5:15 No. 146 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvington tl:ur 7:50 Arrivinir Louisville. 4:00 No. 14S leavers Henderson... -, (Ml P. M. Arrives Owensboro 0:20 P. M. Shops Arrives WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport... 10:.'tS 12:01 Mwnisuwiu ArrivuiK 11' ."is P. M. Arriving Henderson ;2S P. M. Arriving KvansvUle- M .... 7:40 Arriving S. Louis 0:40 No. 14.'l will leave Cloverport.. 7:05 P 1 Arriving Hawesville 8:07 I' M Arriving Owensboro.- r :37 P. M. No. 145 will leave Cloverport. 13:48 Arriving Owensboro? :40 Arriving Henderson 2:07 ArrMBIg r.vansvme ...... 7:50 A. M Arriving St. Louis 6:50 A. M. nops No 141 will leave 8:Hi A. M. Arriving viwensnoro... !t:15 A. M. Arriving Henderson Miss Evelyn Hicks Milliner Cloverport, Ky. and Mr Gregory. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nicholas are Wanted Miscellaneous congratulated on the arrival of a girl baby in their home. WANTKD You to make extra money Miss Ethel Smith has returned to renting that pare room or your house hy running a Want Ad in TH K her home in Tcrrc Haute. BRECKENRinOE NKWS. be-iu- n fc made happier if LODIBURG WANTKD A mall farm with dwelling. 10 to Iini acres located mar Cloverport. For Hrecken-ritlgThe further information ad tin News, i'lovrrport, Ky. you get one of our kind. We sell Thrift and War Saving I DENTIST Taylor. and Mrs. Barney Squires, Mr. and Will Robertson has sold his farm Mrs. Frank English and daughter. on Sugartree Rvfl to Byron Cart. Located permanently in Hardinsburg Miss Lida Mae English, V. G. Mr. Robertson Occupying office recently vacated by Consideration 14,000, Mr. Kdward Itownc and two has not decided yet where he will Dr. W alker. daughters. Misses Artelia and Fliza-bet- move. Bowne and Mrs. Fred White-housCastle Dye wdio is stationed at West Point was at home last Sunday I to see his parents. Mr. anil lira, A R. B McGLOTHLAN Dye. liab-bagh .1 J Miss Dell Deacon was in Louisville last Saturday to see her brother, Poseur Deacon who is at Camp Zaelt-ar- y Dr. J. C. 0VERBY Stamps. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. HILL ITEMS Mrs. Bdwifl Cooper of Tell City, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. H. Parrish and Dr. Parrish. Mr. John David Sampley of Illinoll is to arrive next week to be the guest of his sister, Mrs. Henry Tate. A Red Cross dance and ice cream supper will be given at Addison, Ky., Saturday evening, Sept. II. Mr. and Mrs. Kd McAfee of Irving-to- n were in this city Monday on buisness. Mrs. Thos Bolder has returned from Louisville after visiting her son, Mr. Oscar Holder and Mrs. Paul M. Watson preached his last sermon in the Lucile Memorial tor He expects to resume the present. Ids studies in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Kentucky. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Canibell who have had a scige of Mis. N'elce licauchamp of Louisville visited her mother, Mrs. Noble of Frymire last week. Miss Vander Robertson is clerking in the store tor A. M. Hardin. his Rev. J. B, Hutchison filled regular appointment at Walnut Grove last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. JelT Adkisson are Irvington, Ky. Holder. ..Miss Helen Hurley of Louisville, has arrived and will be the trimmer in Miss Evelyn Hick's Millinery store this winter. Miss Ruth BhmficM of Tell City, and Mrs. Henry Gibson of Stephens-por- t arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Jolly. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Carr and Mrs. L V. Watson of Proctor, here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Keith. Mr. Jack Board and Dana Lyddan of Irvington, left Monday morning for Elkton where they enter the Elkton Training School. g Mrs. W. C. Moorman is in this week visiting her sister, Mrs. Mamie Moorman at the home of Dr. John. Kincheloe and Mrs Kincheloe. Mrs. Chas sBohler and Mrs. Joe Pitch went to Louisville, Tuesday, to see their sons. Earl Bolder and James Fitch who are stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor. Mr. Foster Heyser left Tuesday morning for his home in Deland, Fla. He will be joined later by Mrs. Heyser, who went to Huntington, V. Va., to see her son, Mr. Roy Heyser and Mrs. Heyser. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer returned home last week from Louisville and Versailles where they have been visiting their daughters, Mrs. Nellie Burks and Mrs. Chas. MoorArk.,-motorHard-insbur- t their home for receiving congratulations over the arMrs. Canibell is very rival of a little girl at their home several weeks. Lucy Bowlds was Sept. ah. little better. Mrs Lon Aldridge and three childbe up. able to Eddie Canibell is ill ren and Mrs. George Bruce and little with typhoid. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Lima. Glen boy of Lincoln. III., are visiting lic.muere here Sunday the guests of friends here this week. Mrs. Nannie Garrett visited her Mr. and Mrs. Simon lieavin. aunt. Mrs. Roll Miller and Mr. Miller Mrs. Jesse Baucum returned from OwensborO, Tuesday where she has of Raymond last Sunday. Mis. Hardin nee Mary Jttltal visited her parents, Mr and lira. Tom Rodertson) of Norfork, Va., has Faith. Mrs. P. H. Kramer has gone to joined tl e navy for four years and Casey ville to see her daughter, Mrs. has the position of Yocman clerk at the salary of Sinn per month. Butts and Mr. Butts. Mrs. Will Robertson will visit her Mr. and Mrs. James Combs with their son moved last week to Hen- daughter, Mrs. Juhal Hardin of Virginia and Mrs. Dugan Severs of derson, Ky. Wheeling, W. Va., in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wheatly removMrs. Roscoe Deacon and baby in to the Storms house just vacated were in Louisville last Saturday and ed by Mr. Combs. Roscoe Mrs. John Fella, Holt come down Sunday to see her husband, Deacon who is at Camp Zachary Saturday evening and remained until Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Julia Taylor. sickness in Dealer in New and I Second Hand (ioods. Will save you bg i mnnav anrl kailn n huv Liberty Bonds. Come 11 , ! A I Hill Ctt tlfr ? x LIMBER We have it Prices Right Quality Right Ready to Ship WE BUY We pay from S'JttO to $:i.Y tMI per set (hro-kr- n or not . We also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Cold, Silver and Bridge-work- . Send at once hy parcel post ami receive cash hy eturn mail. OLD FALSE TEETH MAZER'S TOOTH Dept. X, 2007 So. 6th St. Sash, Doors, Columns, Shingles, Millwork, Rubber Roofing Write for our close prices on anything that you Prompt estimates furnished, may need in this line. made. and quick shipments Send Cash With Order. SPECIALTY Philadelphia, Pa. 1411 acres in 1 mile of all level, all fenced with wire, good house, :.' good barns and silo, l. acres in grass, fjj acres in corn, l'rice $.".. "(0. barnes, all fenced. No. 1 Hard-intbar- Cloverport, IS acres of bot.o n land, balance rolling, v ith some roug:i t"S acres of young timber, ordiiMry house Pn:c $."..,.''.,o. and barn. No. 7 MB acr.vs st tniies ci Co-erpo- man. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Loyd and son, Fay Loyd of Bexley, Columbus, O., have been the recent guests of Mrs. On their J. H. Wills in Louisville. return home Mrs. Wills and Miss Price t$,Vi0, Gense Wills accompanied them, fenced. No. 6 2S4 acres in making the trip in Mr. Loyd's car. acres in :.' miles of Hardinsburg, MS acres level, balance rolling, good two story residence, :.' large barns and large silo, most all fenced with wire, lots of grass. Price $14,000. No. 3 HH acres adjoining City I i turn e t s of Cloverport, 18 acres of creek bottom, .'10 acres second bottom, balance rolling, new five room cottage, . barns, all fenced. l'rice No. 4 70 acres adjoining City of Cloverport, 13 acres ol creek bottom, M acres of second bottom, balance in blue grass on h'M side, good cottage toUM, new btva. all Price fl.MU. fenced. Thii tract and the SH acres ib ve mentii'iicd can together f so desired be sold No. 5 1117 acres l'j miles ol Cloverport, 100 first and second bolt mi, 100 acres of levelland out side ol bottom, balance rolling with some rotic'i, good 7 or H room reside. :e, good barns and out l.tiildiiifs, most all No 2 MM about 100 !e,el. about 100 rolling, balance rotrjh good l vo story residence, good Mir .11 and out btti'o-ing- s, $1.00(1 a rth of limber, most inilt $."i 000 all fenced. n'Me of CloverNo. H 77 teres port, all rolling land all in grass, all under woven wire fence, pew brick cattSgC, concrete cellar and cellar IA0O0, i'i houat, brich stable, miles from ClovNo. !) 145 acres e erport, M acres level in tneado v. rolling with some rough, all under fence, old style house, new barn and old barti. about $400 worth of l'rice $1,050. rhit oak timber. No. 10 acres .'. miles from Cloverport , ilO acres hood bottom, land, balance hill laud, good resigood barns, all under good dence, fence. l'rice $'.',100. If intertsted in any of the above named farms call or address, J. D. Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. of -.." bat-anc( Mrs. Tom Robertson and Mrs. Bandy visited their couiin, Allen Mrs. Charlie Hamman of CtOYCrporl last week. Miss Lorana Tindall of Cloverport was the week (ltd guest of her sister. Mrs. Charlie Macy. Miss Willie May Deacon was in Louisville last Saturday ami Sunday to see her brother. Koscoe DeacOtl who will spon leave for France. J. H. Avitt was in Hardinsburg last Saturday. Mrs Charlie Payne and Mrs. Herman I'arks were the guests ol Miami Mrs. Clarence Payne of Mystic-las- t Sunday. Bom to the wife of Lonnie Keys, Saturday, Sept. 7th a girl. Mr. and Mrs Bob Adkisson and family who have been living in Texas for the past 18 years have moved in here and located at Irvington. Cage Amies has sold his farm lying on Sinking creek and known as the Joe Jarrett place to Alton Carter, consideration $.',000. FORDSVILLE JAKE PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, Protect your growing Tobacco Crop PAUL COMPTON Ky. against loss by Hail by Insuring, with Aron Norton has bought the Byron Johnson farm, paid Miss Eva Payne visited her COtuin, Misses Lula and Warda I'arks ol Clifton Mills last Sunday. Misses Vander Robertson, Dell Deacon and Keith Norton, Miss Ruby Payne and Harlan Robertson attended the party at Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown's at Mystic last Saturday. All report a fine time. Mr. and Mis Clabe Dowell were visitors of Mrs Dowell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avitt last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A M. Hardin and daughter, Mary Ellis visited Mr. and Mrs. J elf Adkisson and Miss Mwllie Adkisson of Webster last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Graysoii Payne and children, Miss Atla Pearl and Ernest Gfayioa visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bandy last Sunday. Hardinsburg, Cheapest and most liberal Contract in the Market XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXK2 Something That Will Keep You Warm Cloaks. Sweaters. Raincoats. Underwear. Hosiery. Millinery Hills has aJlOVC BMBtioMd splendid values. yOH will find these the splendid line IWeaters in bright Mr- -. The following men of Breckinridge county attended the Liberty Loan .. ,. District V in, iiiik Ar in. ui," ' www .i '.i held in Louisville, Monday: W. J. PiKKott. Sr.. I. B. Hottell, Geo. Bess, V M. Kincheloe, D. C. Walls and v r NOTICE TO WHEAT GROWERS I who attended the State Fair last week were: Mr. vfloverport V D. Babbage, Sr. people To The Breckenridge News: All Is this the condition of your time piece? All worn out, run down and behind best of time time. The pieces will get that way af ter so long a time, but one good thing they can be reSee paired. Worn Out have on hand Fertilizer. Will and see me at once. Oct. 1st. 20 tons of Wheat Grower sell at close prices. Come Must close it out by Hurrah, hurrah, we'll get you, Kaiser Bill, Hurrah, hurrah, your days of joy we'll spill. The days of joy you have toosted will be hell let loose, just added t bet stock the articles and they COtnC in ami Children, For Mis-.ecloaks are very suitaMe also of children! Itockingtj the pretty colors arc extremely s popular. More new pattern liats are being received Miss Alwcll has charge of the this week. trimming department again this year. Thos. Ode wait Railroad Watch Inspector C. A. TINIUS Stephensport, Kentucky. Clowwt, If. Mall OrtUrs Rscslvs Prompt AtUntion. When we go inarching through Germany Good-by- e Germany, farewell to you I You'll have no Kaiser when the war is through. You'll have no army, no shot and (hell, ! Good-byold Germany, and go to hroin Pvt. Hubert Shaw, a Breckinridge county boy stationed in Camp Eustia, Va., with 50th Regular Infantry, C. A. C. e MRS. ETHEL HILLS Cloverport Ky, PAGE 6 LOVERPORT, K i jR WkPadt let the I The hope of the world lies in the sons of America. They are "Over there" now million and a half are waiting for the call that soon will come. a half strong; they are going over daily a million and a half more of them. Another a million and Those who have been under strated superbly the qualities that make fightersthey have shown that the barbarous hun is no match for them. fire have demon- Many an American son has gone down has made the supreme sacrifice for his Country and liberty. Before the german horde is driven back within its own borders, many more American sons will go down. How many, depends upon us at home. A small American army, no matter how brave, will inevitably suffer severe casualties. A gigantic American army will overwhelm the hun and bring quick victory with the least loss of life. The lives of our sons are in our hands. boys are ready, willing and eager. No time must be trained and equipped. must be lost. It is up to us to provide the money necessary to make these boys invincible. We must do it and do it quickly. With our own sons already in the fight, every day's delay lays at our own doors the blood of brave American sons. Believing that it is the duty of every person who enjoys the freedom and privileges of citizenship in our great Country to do his utmost to kelp win the war, the following firms and individuals have patriotically contributed the money to pay for Loan: The They Read the casualty lists in the papers and ask yourself: "How long shall I permit this to go on?" There is only one answer: " will do my utmost to help equip and put into the field an American army that will make short work of the hun and put a stop to the shedding oi American blood," this and other advertisements of the Fourth Liberty Be a Volunteer September 28th and 29th Will Be Volunteer Days On these days everyone will be given an opportunity to step up and buy bonds without being solicited to do so. Places will be designated where volunteer subscriptions will be received. These places will be announced in the papers and by signs. Your card will be on file there. Cards of those who do not volunteer will be used for active solicitation, which will begin Monday, September 30th. No one will be overlooked. boys across the Rhine. It is up to us to buy bonds with every uninvested dollar we own, plus every dollar we can save by careful, frugal living for six months to come. You can make your first payment from cash in the bank, and take care of the balance out of your daily, weekly or monthly savings. You don't have to pay all cash for your bonds. Do not wait for some one to come after your subscription. Show that you, too, can volunteer for your Country's service, just as our boys "over there" did. Figure out now the very maximum you can subscribe. Be ready when Volunteer Days tome. This is no time for V measures. Half-wa- y measures won't push our half-WA- good The forced saving you do now will mean a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy now and pay for as you go along, will prove a splendid investment that will pay you a every six months. After the war, the bonds will be wo h more than you paid for them. Don't hesitate inte-est to do your duty ai.d do it quickly. jo down1 : "Don't let uV ON This space is patriotically contributed by the following business men of Cloverport Dr. Jesse Baucum J. C. Nolte & Bro. R. L. Oelze Golden Rule Store Squires & Bandy E. Wedding M. Weatherholt Dr. C. L. Lightfoot J. C. Jarboe J. D. Babbage Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiscnberg J. H. Brown L. J. Behen J. A. Barry Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport Nelson Quiggins Edw. Bowne Conrad & Payne Co. THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS, CLv 1 PAGE 7 "OVER THERE' WOUNDED YANKS LAUGH AT DEATH ous German Sentiments by German Writers EXTRACTS Mr. and Mrs. Mose Payne were in NEWS FROM Louisville last week. Phe Young People's Society will Bond Purchaser met with Raymond Crume. SaturTheir Aid I Purpose of w ,ir Cbtsi Drivt witness (continued from first page) v Fairly Itch to Get Back Into tries kinds seized In tho hostile counis so great that the difficulty of storing It Increases every day. All Fighting Line. The quantity of merchandise of vari- the Chambers of Commerce have been asked to give all possible information regarding warehouses, sheds, etc.. In FEAR ONLY BODILY HARM which these spoils may be temporarily sheltered. It is proposed to divide the family. merchandise among all the countries Lam Kskridge spent the week end Bearing Marks of Shrapnel Blast and of the Empire. Frankfurter Zeltung, in New Albany on bnisntts, They Jest at January 5th, 1916. Scars of Bullet Several from here attended Lodge Thought of Again Going Over the e Top Would Not Mite the Big Remember that you are tho chosen at Custer Saturday night. at the Front for Anything Re- people. The spirit of the Lord has descended on me because I am the count Their Experiences. Emperor of the Germans. 1 am the inBEECH Rearing I ho marks of shrapnol blast, strument of the Most High. I am His sword, His Disaster the soars of bullets or oven yot a hit and death to representative. Plenty of rain and everything is those who resist my will. of breuth from tho gas. Amerishort Disaster and death to those who do looking line here now. can doughboys, Just out of hospital, Fanners are busy saving fodder jest at the thought of again going over not believe in tomy mission. The the Army of the and plowing for wheat and turning the top. They're glad to get away Kalaer, Address the green weeds under. from the tedious restrictions at the East Homer'Taul is making molasses for base and welcome the greater liberty We must win, because, If we were Sid Taul this week. that awaits them at the line. A party of these Infantrymen all defeated, no one in the whole world J. F. Butty and family left yeslonger cherish any remnant from draft units were seen recently could any In of belief truth and right, In the terday for Locust Hill and West at a great American replacement camp, View to be the guests of his sisters. some distance behind the front. Taps Good, or, Indeed, in any higher Power Mrs. Fred Davis and Mrs. Phimir had Just blown, the lights were out and which wisely and Justly guides the destinies of humanity. W. Helm, Smiley for a few days. the men were squirming about in the Warum wlr Siegen mussen. Mrs. Nat Taul returned home a bunks trying to find a soft place and few days ago from the West where bantering each other as they pulled It Is only be remaining in Belgium she has been to visit her son, Owen the olive drab blankets around them. The darkness must have reninded that we shall force the English to rec- Duncan. them of the times they had lain In the ognize our equality with them. EngHomer 'Paul's little son lias been trenches waiting for the word to go land must not "nain master of the right sick but is much better at Belgian coast. She must be prevented after the Boches. present. "When do we go over the top, from controlling an area which can J. M. Beatty atended the Breckinboys?" asked one. Then from the be used as the starting point of a new ridge Baptist Association at Black offenother side of the hut: "What la tht and overwhelming "zero hour?" From over In the corner sive. Here lies the guarantee for the Lick church last week and was the a reminiscent, voice re- only proper relationship with England, guest of his sister. Mrs. J. T Beatty plied: "Duck, boys; there comes the and so for a lasting peace. Von Bia- of Cabat. sing, Testament. barrage." Mr. and Mrs. Will Camp went to Veteran at Twenty. Indiana last Sunday looking for a Highly developed peoples, who are location. These lads, some barely past twenty-one, were already veterans of the unwilling to amalgamate with the vicDeck Pate, Fred Jolly and John great world war. This was their last tors, can be forced into reservations; McClellan went to Louisville this night in the quiet and they were glad or the victors will leave to the sub- week to be at the . state Pair a of It. In the morning they would en- jugated peoples a portion of their tertrain for the rail head and then go on. ritory to which they can all retire. It The school here at the Hardin's first by auto truck and then by foot, requires no supernatural gift of prophup to where their companies were still ecy to perceive that In course of time school house is doing nicely with holding the line. the Latin peoples will be weeded out. Miss Shely Lasley as teacher. K. Wagner, Krieg. There were big doings again at the front Miss It? Not on your life! Do you gtt up at night? Sanol is surely They looked forward to It with the O my Germany, Into thy soul thou the best for all kidney or bladder troubles. same anticipation they had a year age toast etch a deep and indelible hate. Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from alt and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guarto a vacation along the seashore or a Stifle in thy heart all human feeling anteed remedy. 50c and fl.OO a bottle at fishing trip through the silent moun- and hasten to the fight. the drug store. tain fastness. O Germany, hate. thy "If I'm still on top six weeks from foe by the million, andSlaughter reekof their now TU get my first service stripe,' ing corpses build a monument that COMMISSIONER'S SALE. aid one of them proudly. The lonp shall reach the clouds. scar on his face showed the shrapnel O Germany, bate. Salvation will had got him and gave prima facie evidence for his wound stripe. Bui come of thy wrath. Beat In their Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kens tucky. and axes. Let he seemed more concerned for a skulls with service stripe than he did for a your clenched fist enforce the Judg- Edith Pile Plaintiff. wound stripe. He had been sent tr ment of God Vierordt, Song of Hate. Against France, trained, done his bit at the Defendant. Moorman Pile front, recuperated at the hospital TOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE Equity No. :k00. going hack for more of It before A thousand people look at your face he got his first six months' service By virtue of a Judgement and while one glances at your feet yet stripe. you spend money to keep your shoes Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Around the door of the barracks your they had been recounting their expert in condition and neglectLotion face. Court, rendered at Peburary Term (tho thereof, 1918, in the above cause, for RED CROSS Shaving ences after supper. g luxury), makes old faces the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty "Our engineers got bunged ur look yonng and keeps all faces in the pretty bad ; nervy lot, them," said one pink of condition. This and other RED Dollars with interest thereon from "Driving an ammunition train Is the CROSS toilet articles sold only by November IS, lttl.'i, until paid at the A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. real sport," said another, "especial! The following rate of ' per cent. where 'Jerry' Is shelling the crosstract of land is sold subject to the roads." above lien notes, and all costs herein, "I like this open fighting which shall proceed to offer for sale at the we're getting now," said an infantryCourt-Hous- e door in Hardinsburg, man. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Yucke- - and to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC Dugout Comes in Handy. "Open fighting Is all right, but a children, Myrna and Raba arc visiting AUCTION, on Monday, the 7th day of October 1U1H, at one o'clock P. M. nice, deep dugout comes In handy when relatives in Leitchtield. Mr. and Mrs. H. li. Moorma.i at- or thereabout (being Circuit Court the heavens begin to drop," suggestec a comrade. tended the State Fair in Louisville day), upon the credit of six months "It's worth lying sprawled in the last week. the following described property, mud all winter Just to get up, fix youi Beginning at a White Oak or The Presbyterian Missionary met bayonet and at 'em," said another Thursday afternoon with Mrs. P, D. post Oak, B rid well'l corner in liart-ly'- s "It's fun to see the Germans run line .thence witli said line EL 44 They won't stand cold steel, boy, thej Milner. Just won't." "Are you glud to get back, honest?" asked a dubious and rathet doubting soldier who had spent all his time fn France In the rear In the service of supplies. "Say, bo," replied a marine, "I'd rathe' be up there with my company- taking my chances than doing light duty back at the hospital The doc didn't want to let me go, bul I Insisted. He said I might not gel by the final examining post, but he decided to let me try." Afraid? These boys! Sure! They'll tell you themselves that they've been acared stiff themselves a hundred times. Afraid of bodily harm, but no) afraid to die. "You never hear the bullet thai Florida is bound to be u Stock raiding IB North-Wes- t knocks you out," aald one, philosophprofitable proposition. ically. Stock must be fed- - where eatdeir than In Ktorlduwhere stock can grii.e the year around? A Climate uaTRY A NEWS WANT AD TODAY mmbsv6i day afternoon. Mrs. Mon Tate and daughter, Viola of lllnois, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Milt Tate last week. Nanie Board and I.ydia Misses Macy of Garfield, spent I'riday with relatives here. Rev. and Mrs. F. R Roberts of Kingswood. spent Monday with their daughter, Mrs. C L. Ilruington and n FORK Anglo-Frenc- g back-ach- rifle-butt- ant-wa- after-shavin- Now Realize What Accomplishing. Y. W. C. A., the War Camp C'ommu-nitService the Salvation Army, the Tha news from the Western Front Catholic organizations, the America l has been most cheering of late, and Liberty Loan workers may take unto Libary Association and the Jewish themselves a meed oi praise for their Welfare Board. Wilson recently mOjOei! share In It without taking one iota of the praise due to the boys in khaki at ed that these seven organizations join the front who have so valiantly up- in a single campaign to raise the held tho traditions of American arms. funds necessary to carry on their Tho people In the Eighth District, as work this coining winter and into the well ag throughout the nation, who new year. Prompt response was irmir have responded so to to his request through the formation the calls for funds, and have bought so freely of the Oovernment's securi of a committee representing the sevties, have .supplied the boys over there en organizations in this country thai with the needed equipment, without are engaged in serving our men in which their efforts would have been service, and an arrangement lias been In vain. concluded by which these seven orNow that victory is in sight, the re- ganization will have a joint campaign sponse to the new demands will be from the 11th to the ixth of Novemmet all the more choerfully, nnd the $170,- Fourth Loan, no matter what the ber' for the purpose of raising "iOO.ooo for the work they have in amount, will be quickly subscribed. hand, By unanimous vote Dr. John Every American church in America R Mott. general secretary of the Y. will provide a place on Sunday. Sept. M. C. A., was made director-genera- l 29 the latter of the two Volunteer of the campaign. The money raised Days where subscriptions to Fourth will be made to go as far as it posLiberty Loan Bonds may be received. sibly can. Now $170,500,000 is a very large Volunteer on Volunteer Day and sum of money, and many people will send a message to the Kaiser that will naturally wonder why so large a sum sicken him of his desire to win the is needed for this work. The reason world. is found in the large number of things Remember Volunteer Days Sep- that these societies are called upon to do. which in a word embraces suptember 28 and ?9. plying, in various camps in this counCAR JOLT SETS THIGH try and Kurope. the thing which the man in service was accustomed to Replaces Dislocation and Crippled have through his home, his church, Man Walks. his theatre and his club. The more of After being In thi hospital at Potts-town- , this work that is done the more norPh.. for more thiin nine weeks mal will be the life led by the man with n fractured leg. Constable Albert when he is not actually lighting and H. Kelfrlder whs nble to be nhout with this it lias been found helps most in the aid of crutches. The bone had knit all right, but he could not walk. maintaining morale. 'Phe supplying to a million and a The other dny he went on n trip with his son Harry In a motortruck to Phil- half men the articles necessary to adelphia. Near Morrlstown he was play various outdoor games alone rethrown violently agaln3t the side of quires several million dollars. Th the truck when It struck n ditch. value of this sort of serviccis perA few minutes inter he discovered haps best illustrated by an incident that he could walk with ease. Doc- told in a letter recently received from tors explained that the officer had been Y. M. C. A. secretary operating a suffering from n dislocated thigh a which was Jolted Into place when the hut near the front line trenches. He wrote that a number of men had come truck hit the ditch. marching back from the fighting line poles to McCamish's Comer two the day before, and on reaching his Black Oaks same course continued hut had stopped to rest and get some They thre.v with McCamish's line in all 108 poles coffee and sandwiches. to a sink thence with Brunners' line themselves down on the ground not No. 24 E. 1M poles to a stable at the in groupes but singly and did not atmouth of the lane, thence S. N W. 50 tempt to talk with one another. Their poles to a White Oak, thence S. Vi faces had very drawn and far away E 50 poles to a post Oak, thence N. expressions, and the secretary could 81 Yi W. 192 poles to a stake in not arouse them in any way. A coni-lline, thence with his line S. 71 of hours later a Y. M. C. A., supply poles to the beginning containing ."S wagon drew up to the hut and among acres be the same more or less, the Other tilings unloaded a box of bats purchaser with approved surety or and balls. The secretary took the securities, must execute bond, bearing box out into the field, ripped it open legal interest from the day of sale and threw the bats and balls to the until paid; and having the force and men. who immediately jumped for effect of a Judgement Lien retained them laid out a rude diamond and in to secure payment of purchase mon- a few minutes were deeply interested ey. Bidders will be prepared to com- in a game of American baseball. There probably could not be a better ply promptly witli these terms. Approximated debt, interest and illustration of what is needed in modern warfare to jjet t he men's minds cost. I9S8.33. Lee Walls. Commissioner. away from the awful carnage they I'rc-idcwhole-heartedlBrid-well's when actually engaged in fighting. Another very important reason why it is necessary to do .everything possible to relieve the strain on our men is that they cannot get home for furloughs as the French and English soldiers do To trv and make up in a measure for this a large number of the biggest hotels in southern Prance and Switzerland have been taken over by the War Work Council of the Y. M C Vand are being used as recreation i cntrc- - ior the soldiers; so that on obtaining a furlough a man can go down there for recreation and rest. The question is often asked why this sort of work is not done by the (io eminent with Government funds necessary. The when it is so cr BHSWCf is that to do it under milli-tar- y regulations would rob it of a large part of the sentiment with which it is necessary to surround the work if it is to do the mo t good To have the money furnished directly by the folks at home, to have the work done by men and women who come from our homes and go into the camps to do this work. brings it just that much nearer to the hearts of the men and also makes them feel when they enter one of the buildings conducted in this way that they are for the moment outside the rules and regulations of the army. This in itself if. worth a great deal. The Y. M. C. A. alone now has over 4.000 men and women engaged in this work in Europe, It has buildings erected and in operation in the camps It is today in the United States. using oei 1,000 building- - in P.uropc that it has erected, bought or rented. In these buildings religious services, representing all faith-- , arc conducted lectures of all kinds are delivered moving picture shows ami theatrical performance- - are given: canteens are carried on. Prom July. 1017 to September 1, Mil the Y. M. C. A., bought and sent to Europe over iiOO.OOO pounds of candy, Ui.ooo.oon packages of chewing gum. 400.000 pounds of chocolate, a billion and a half of cigaretts, over '.'.000.000 cans of condensed milk, sheets of writing paper , 585 moving picture machines. t'.'.OOO.OOO pounds of sugar and a vast number of other articles in proportion. Such figures as these show that this part of the Y. M. C. A. work is a vast business enterprise requiring large capital. The other organizations associated in this great $170,500,000 drive are doing their share of this great work. The fact that they all are now coop rating in the work surely offers a tine promise that the morale of our men will be strengthened in every possible way and maintained at the highest point. Is there any cause in which American dollars can be more profitably George W. Perkins, invested? Chairman, National Campaign Committee, Y. M. C A. War Work : Fund. New York. September 10. HARNED 1 t: Light and Pom for Better Work 3.1 asnr , III m nmji m m lI boylsh-lookln- p The Coming Light For The Farm Lalley-Light Territory Open For Dealer r is as surely replacing gas and ker- osene on the farms as electricty has replaced gas and kerosene in town. It is doing so because it has proved itself better and cheaper and safer than gas and kerosene. Not in one or two years, but in seven years oi actual farm use. We can't tell you all in this about Lalley-Ligh- t advertisement, or in one twenty. But we can and will gladly demonstrate Lalley-Ligh- t and all for your own complete And we will give you, any time you ask it, a booklet of owners' testimonials that tells you about Lalley-Light in the users' own words. i j Comfort and ouiifteuce under your own vue and fig tree la easily pomdble to the progreswlw fttnner In KlorMa. We are developing this section of storida in a ckaao, legitimate way, and selling hsiMi at a living price. f Plant is it tnchss long, 14 iaehss wide, 21 inchss- Met, 1 - 1 1' Jfi price I I Satisfaction- - quality tmmmmOm SmB itofk it arriving VVt invite Ml SptclionofthaivfW nwrnoruls now on On account of frt iJtit L LKU I I M We waut aubatuutial fanners, men wise can rah nags, et sheep, cattle, corn, sugar cans, sweet potatoes, besuH and oilier forage cropa. Prices range from glO.OO an acte up awjcdhg to ttoe location and quality of soil. We offer troct an sum It a forty acres. I exhibition H I I display room I Kl.W muldoon I I MONUMENT CO. I tOUHVI LUL. It V. I Write us for full purtk-utan- . Southern Motors Co. Louisville, Ky. w i H Jf " k MMfJjffMVVkl I O ii(n mv.u,. mmm ' PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. Courtesy For The Woman Farmer. by the patriotic women who are organizing. r rather who have organized, a "Land Army" for the purpose of remedying as well as he the scarcity of aKricidtttr.il ma labor created by the wa.r in this country as in so many others. The existing emergency is so grave that natural and commendable dislikes for seeing women at workin the fields must be overcome, and overcome, also, should be the tendency of many American farmers to assume that farm work cannot be done unless there are men to do it. The men should remember that the original fanners of all races were women, as they arc today among most primitive races, and they can return temporarily to their ancient tasks tinder the drive of war's stern Compulsion. All served potihle cncourgcmcnt is Funeral Director de- What's the Right thing to do About Buying Clothes Every man wants to serve this nation in every way he can; Here at this store we offer you the opportunity to save on clothes. Clothes either save or waste war resources. Our clothes save labor and material because they give longer service, and save $ for the consumer as well. and Undertaker J. D. A lari inio of Burial ltarplktJ At rciisonuhle prices. Hearse and Embalming Service Ashcraft & Co,, Irvington, Ky. , DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... labor, however, successful in their relative strength must be considered and not too much expected of tbcin. Worked too hard, they will soon wear out, but sensibly moderate demands they can meet, and have met. wherever they have been employed. Their hours must be shorter, their numbers larger, and the fact they cannot do as much, as a rule, as di es the experienced and ed farm laborer is very far from prov- ing them useless except to those w ho have determined hctorchand that the experiment of employing women in the field shall he a failure. long-train- Fl farm women to be DENTIST fiffiro Unitro' i a. p. m. m. to 12 m. p. m. t;5 Always In offirc during office hours Irvington, Kf. Every fining In I Good Clothes, the money saving kind. I BUILDING MATERIAL j $16.50 to $40.00 Remember these prices are based on costs of ten ago! Interested in Folks "Back Home.' Flooring, Ceiling, Weatlierhoarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window (Jlass, Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Rooting months B. F. BEARD & CO Mr. J. 1). Babbagt, Clovtrport, Ky. Dear Mr. Itabbage: Enclosed find 'ill cents in stamps for which please send The lireckenridgc News for four Month, We are always eager to know what folks are doing "hack home." Sincerely, Mrs, Homer .1. Morrison. 41(1 K. 7th St.. Scdalia, Mo. ville attending the State Fair, St- iird.iv. K. A. Kees of Los Angelas Cat., is visiting his mother. Mrs. Sim mons. Miss Anna May Wilson returned home Saturday after visiting her unit. Mr-- . Walker Brown. Kd Howe of Louisville spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. Virgil Hrite. Miss Margaret ConnifT left Wed-- ! ticsday morning for New York, she will soon sail for over seas duty in the Ned Cross work. A number of ladies of the Irvington chapter presented Miss Conn iff with a beautiful Miss Bvp Carrigan leather purse. making the presentation speech. Miss Nell Smith spent the week end with Mrs. George Hoard at Addison, Ky, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson attended the State Fair, Friday. AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasolitic Filling Station Free Air Quick lire Service MARION WEATHERHOLT, Hardinsburg Ky. General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky i the guest this week' of her daughter. Mr ami Mrs. F, S Kincheloe. Mrs Addic Hundley of Chicago, arrived Monday to visit with her sister, Hiss Qssra Bella Dellavcn has acMrs. Alt' Taylor. cepted a position in the C ity i ' i ji Mis i Laura Boaley of Cheawuft school of tiallitin. Tcnn.. to teach kindergarten and the primary grade. spent the past two weeks witli lier sis'.er. Dr. anil Mrs. I. I. Stephen aOU, She left Friday. ! Rheumatism makes the ioints ache and causes the afflicted person much misery. For quick relief use HARDINSBURG Mr. and lira, Walter Moorman. Mrs. Lawarance B. Graham and Gietl Dean with baby. Majory Klliott her children of Howling Green, visit- ; .!: and visit with Mr. and eil with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. John made a H Xir- Sunday they W. Moorman returning Skillman last week. Sunday were social dinner guests of Mr. and Mi Taylor Beard spent Tuesday Mis. Akin Skillman. Mis Florence Akers left Tuesday ami Wednesda) with A. T. Heard at St Josephs Hospital Mr. A. T. Beard for DstveSS county where she enters is improving nicely, should every! as a pupil in St. Josephs College. thing4 continue so he will be able to Mrs. Chas. l'owell of BoOnville, iid., and children. Mildred and diaribe home in ten days. Thnrsdaj the town was full of our es left Sunday from a week's visit country men here to register. with their gf i ldmother. Mrs. Mrs, A Kincheloe spent the and Mr-- . Dora Miller. Mr-- . week in Louisville with Mies Clara Victor l ibjrtson is iway on Belle Kincheloe who is in hnisness j a turn weeks visit to her neicc. Mrs. college there, Louis Kincheloe of W heeling. W'. Va. Dr. h'rymire of Frymire was in Surprise of surprises w as struck and Paul Cham bliss when Miss' town on huisness Tuesday. Elmina Lyon announced their mar- Miss Katttra Johnston left Monday riage. She will enter The) were married in C'an- - or kiissellvillc nelton on Wednesday i the Insti- Logan College for further studies, I I Mr. Pool will move of residences. in as soon as Mr. Warren vacates. Mrs. Mary Pile sidd her property on Fourth street to Paul Bailtarn Mr-- . Homer Comhe.-- t of Little Kock. Ark., is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whitworth for several weeks visit. Mrs. Mar) I'le has a trays of I BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT It Is a Powerful, Penetrating Remedy The relief is prompt and very gratifying to the sufferer. It ease9 the joints and conveys a strengthening influence that soon restores normal conditions. Use it also for healing Cuts, Sores, Wounds, Burns, Scalds, relieving Stiff Neck, Lame Back or Sore Muscles. It rarely fails to give good results. Price 25c. 50c and $1 per bollle. seventeen days vacation from official duties at Washington which she is spending in llardinshurg and other parts of the county with relatives. Mrs. Saliie Moorman of Clover-por- t was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W'. K. Moorman. Saturday and Sunday Paul 1 JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor, ST. LOUIS, MO. Soli) hy all druggists. I'rmff Chambliss left Monday for College, South Carlonia. Vernon Chambliss accompanied his brother and will also enter the same demon's asruSSie college. Mrs. Misses Jesse Whitworth, Mary Helen and Lucy W'hitworth and Mrs. Homer Conibest went to Louisville, Monday. The Misses Whitworth will continue their, journey, the one to Lexington to the State I'niversity, the other to Oxford College, Ohio. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to my many friends of tute having graduated in the Ureckinridge AH" Taylor. Jr. attended the State County high school last June. Mr. l.es Fair during its session. Tool anil Mrs. Amos Mrs. J. v Meador of Custer is Hoard have exchanged ownership IRVINGTON Victor I. von. Akron. O, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyon. Mrs. John Shaw, Hardinsburg has been the guest oi her aunt. Mrs. Verdic McGhee. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Morrison left Wednesday lor Alabama to visit Edward Morrison who is in the I S. Service. Mrs, W I!. Taylor entertained at MM Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mesdatnei Lucy and Phillip Taylor, odgcnvilie. Mis- Elisabeth Strother has re,- tui ned to her home in Anderson, Ala after a visit with Mrs. Manuel lirooks. Mrs. Kd 1'oote, Owcnsboro is visit. this community that I have resigned my 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 be able to supply your Fall needs with a strictly new line of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Remember I want to every thing new and thank each and every one or their former patronage and solicit same in the future. We will deliver to any part of town. up-to-date. advancing in price tvery week. Cream it's going i" pay yon well in sell cream tlii fall ami w inter. If you're not prepared with a can to aaip in. we pin them nt mi trial. write hi i Our Price for Butterfat is Now 56 cents a Pound ing Mrs. Nora Hoard. Lieut. Win M. onuiti has sent his mother, Mrs. Adele Conniff a flare iffOtt a German sky rocket it was blown over the enemies battlefield Mr. and Mrs. i. A. Kasey spent last Saturday in Louisville. lames M ilan, Lexington is visiting Mesdames J. M. Herndon C Telephone E. G. BAILES, and SUGAR CREEK CREAMERY CO. Evansville, Ind. Parks. Hot tell has returned from Ft. Oglethorpe, he was there on buisne-- s for the (ioxeruuient. Miss Mary Henry is spending several days with Mrs. Kd Thomas S. P. B, ' p ji Jw m ttj Cloverport, Ky. Highest prices paid for Produce. in Louisville. K. L Lyon InU returned amp Dodge having spent ten days with his parents. Mrs. K. S. McAfee was in Louis Captain ( In tifc faV '' ' T" ajJasjMfcassjpjjjjajgjjjj . v