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The Breckenridge news: September 25, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918092501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 25, 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. I THE BRECKENR1D0E N $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $150 a Year 50c for 4 Months : 75c for 6 Months. ; VOL. XLIII. CLOVERPORT, Champion Tomato Grower. V. Moorman is the Mr. C. Champion tomato raiser in timer In his small port this slimmer. kit hen garden at his home on River street, has raised tomatoes that weigh form one to two and four pounds and grow on a vine The taller than a man's head. best part about Mr. Moorman's war garden is that he shares it with his friends, remembering any number of them with his highly prized products. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 25, 1918 8 Pages No. 13 DIRECTORS OF PUBLICITY FOURTH LOAN Appointed by Miss Gibson Chairman of Publicity Woman's Division. The folio wills have been appointed Directors of Pablicit) for their respective towns: Miss Bettie Taylor Hardinsburg Miss Mary Henry Irvington Miss Mildred Babbage Cloverport Mrs. Virgil Smith Garlield Mrs. Leona Meador West View Mrs. Hoi Drane Webster..... Mrs. Pearl Burton Mystic Mrs. B. II. Bates Mattingly Mrs. Geo Board Holt Mrs es Miller Stephensport Union Star Mrs. Sallie Richardson Mrs. Ida Nottingham Lodiburg Mrs. G. F. Sliellman Frymire Mrs. James Brodie Mooleyville. Mrs. II. S. Fnglish Amnions Mrs. J, W Meador Custer Mrs. K Meador Kingswood Mrs. Wallace Broun Woodrow Big Spring Mrs. Winfield Scott Bewleyville Miss Mary Foote Miss Lillian Glasscock McDaniels Mrs. S. V. Amies Hudson Mrs. Mary Brown Miss Eliza Pile Glen DeanMiss Mildred Moorman Miss V irginia Payne Harncd Mrs. John Monarch Kirk M cQuady Mrs. Will Davis Mrs. Sam Laslie Sample Mrs. Charlie Avitt Raymond The teacher in each Public School district is asked to serve in this capacity and in districts where there is no teacher some loyal citizen will be appointed to do the work. Those who have not received personal notice will soon together with the advertising matter they need. It is urgently necessary that no one refuse to do this little national service. Angie K. Gibson, Chairman of Publi' "ty ftr Breek'.iCo., of Woman's Liberty Loan TO HAVE LYCEUM Course During Winter Months Atheletic Club Organized Other School News. That the Cloverport High School SAVE WALNUT AND HICKORY NUT HULLS The boys and girls in Cloverport and surrounding community are asked to save the hulls from walnut and hickory nuts M they gather their nuts this' fall. There will be a barrel in J. C. Nolte & Bro's store to receive the hullswhich are sent away and used in manufacturing war materials. FARMER'S MEETINGS Nephew Gives His Life For Freedom. Falls of Rough. Ky Sept. IS, 1018. (Special) Mr. and Mrs.' Link Pen tress have received news tint their nephew. Denver Lesher v.ho was wounded July 10, "some where" in France, had died August :.'(). He had been in service eighteen months and was a member of the Kith Co., V S A. Regulars. Lesher is the son of Mr an Mrs. He had Jake Lesher of Leitchlield. many friends in Grayson county His brother. Walter Lesher received a letter from the wounded soldie., eleven days before his death. 1 THIS WEEK At West View, Custer, and Constantine. lustrated Lectures. Mc-Quad- y Il- will have a lyccum coarse to break the monotony of the winter months is indeed a plesent anticipation tor Mr. L. H. & St. the people of this community. Galloway, the new Superintendent Adding is responsible tor bringing the lyceum course here and he announces that Miss Martha it will consist ot three musical nuia-ber- s the'position of L. Shops Women Workers. Willis has accepted time-keepe- Everything and two lectures. above the expenses will be used towards the beneht of the school. Last Monday, Supt. Galloway organized an atnelectic club in the Miss Chlora Mae Seaton sc bool. was elected president and Miss Cecil A Jolly, secretary and treasurer. committee of three including, Supt. Galloway, Alfred Wroe and Lonard Weatherholt, was appointed to draft All pera constitution for the club. sons interested in athlectics are to join. In a called session of the Senior class Sept. 10, oflicers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Miss Lora Carson, President; Miss Chlora Mae Beaton, Vice President; eatherholt, Secretary Miss Louise and Miss Cecil Jolly, Treasurer and Librarian. Miss Jolly has also been chosen C. H. S. pianoist, and Miss Tula Babbage, song leader. and Master Car Builder's clerk at the L. H. She succeeds & St. L. K R shops. Mr. Willie Seaton who resigned to r enter the Students Army Training I I School. Miss Willis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Willis and she is the second woman to hold a position at the shops. BASKET BALL GAME. The town boys met with C. H. S. boys on the Cloverport Public school campus Thursday afternoon and had game. a very interesting basket-bal- l The score was 18 to I in favor of C. H. S. This is the first game of the McCoy Mook season. Resigns After Teaching 19 Years. Mrs. W. C. Pate, wife of Deputy Sheriff Pate resigned her school at Mattingly. Monday morning after teaching there for twelve years. Mrs. Pate has bieen teaching in the same community for nineteen years and was (Especially fond of the work. She has Tfeen ill for five weeks and on account of her health was forced to County Agent Harth will give illustrated Lectures this week at the following places in the county: Former Breckinridge County West View, Tuesday night; Custer, Residents Making a Tour. Thursday night; Constantine, Friday Mr. and Mrs Chas. A. Norton of night and at Mctjuady. Saturday Colorado Springs, Colo., are touring night. These meetings are in line with the South and West visiting in Kansas, Oklahoma anil Arkansas, and the seed corn campaign that - now from the latter place they will go to being carried on in the county New Orleans thence to Key West, Pictures on fall selection and care Fla.. making the ocean- - trip as far ot eed corn will be shown and the The East as Baltimore, Mil coming from subject thoroughly gone into. the East to this county, they will Subject of Soil Science will be taken Mr. Nor- up at Custer and Constantine as these visit friends and relatives. ton is a brother of Mr. H. 11. Norton picture- - have not been shown at County Agent Harth of Webster. these places. il ire- - to state that he will be glad Death of Mrs. Sallie Morris. to come to any part of the county Get toand give these lectures. Big Spring, Ky., Sept. Special) gether and promise him a crowd He -. Miss Reid to Enter Jewish Hospital. Mrs. Sallie Morris pas-t- il away Monday. Sept. HI, at 10:30 P. M. She had been confined to her home for more than a year and for the past two weeks was not able to gel about. She was the widow of Mr. A. R. Morris and came here from Hardinsburg about thirty years ago. The funeral services was conducted by her pastor. Rev. E. P. Deacon at will come. Return to University of Kentucky. 2188 Men Registered In Breckinridge. Breckinridge county men between resign. the ages of 1H to 45 who were required to register Thursday, Sept. 1, APnumbered 21S8. It was estimated !J300 would register. The final counts of the registration shows the following from each Hardinsburg, town in the county: 532; Cloverport, 311; Balltown- 61; Stephensport. 100; Union Star, 101; Mooleyville, 48; Webster, 75; Irving-ton- , Will Enter The Chaplains 117; Bewleyville, 80; Big Spring, School at Camp Taylor 34; Custer, 104; Hudson, 133; Mook, Within Ten Days. 78; Rockvale, 110; McDaniels, 123; and Glen Dean, 122. Rev. Wesley LeRoy Baker, the present pastor of the Cloverport Methodist church announced to the TOBACCO members of his congregation at the prayer service last Wednesday evenHOUSE ing that he had been approved by the Conference Methodist Southern Board and accepted by the War COUNTY Department to enter the Chaplaincy He will report of the U. S. Army. J. B. Westerfield Will Have to Camp Zachary Taylor within the next ten days and go in theChapiains and Place for next ten days and go in the Chaplains Handling the Weed. the students who enter this school are successful they are commissioned Hardinsburg, Ky., Sept. 23, (Spec- according to their merits. ial) Mr. J. B. Westerfield of Fords-villRev Baker came to Cloverport last Ky., has just closed a deal with September this being his first year in He is a the Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator the Louisville Conference. Company whereby he acquire! part young man who is paticularly well of the old Canning Factory near the suited for work among boys and depot. men and as he attains the rank of Mr. Westerfield will erect a chaplain, he will in every way add to and Handling Tobacco Fac- the indespensable work of keeping tory which he proposes to have ready up the morale of the American army to accomodate the present growing which is so essential in military crops. He has had seventeen years experience in handling tobacco, and Rev. Baker and Mrs. Baker have has affiliated with some of the strong- won the hearts of the people with est tobacco companies in America. whom they have beenassociated this He is at present operating five other past year and their leaving will be generally felt. factories in Kentucky. the Methodist chinch. were laid to rest in grave yard. Mrs Morris is survived by two sisters. Mr- - Mar) Papne of Stephensport and Mrs. Addie Brown of Irington and one brother. Belongs to State Militia. is a Hardinsbarg, Sept. S3, (Special) After spending their vacation at home. Philip Watlington and George Gregory arc back at their post in the Her remains State University, leaving Monday. the Rawlins They are in the Agricultural Department. Miss Mary Helen Whitworth and Miss Mirian Kincheloe left Monday for Lexington to enter the State UnMiss Whitworth will be a iversity. Sophmort while Miss Kincheloe will be a Freshman. Mi-- Martha Reid who enlisted in the Army Nurses Reserve Corps this summer received notice from the War Department last wreck that she had been accepted and would be sent to the Jewish Hospital, Louisville sometime after the first of October. According to the Army regulations, Mi-- Reid was too young to enter a base hospital so she will receive her training in the Jewish until she becomes of age. Miss Reid is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L T. Reid. and was graduated from the Cloverport High School in the spring. She possesses a most likeable disposition with which she has won many friends among the younger set. $100,000 GIFT Jii.Iki- FOR HEROISM. to Aid (lary REV. BAKER PROVED FOR - CHAPLAINCY Committee. Attending Bankers Convention. Mr. Jno. D. Shaw, cashier of the Farmers Bank of Hardinsburg is in Chicago this week attending the American Backers Association. Mr. F. S. Sheffield of Chicago who Birth Announcements. member of the Illinois State Militia.-will Logan, 111 this he at Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Brock of 1H4K affi . . 2. . . ... .2 lamp Air. Miclticld is CfiX SUtll JllS unit. West Lee street, Louisville announce w a ot .Mr. and .Mrs. C. s. the arrival of a ! lb. baby girl in Lamb formerly of Cloverport. Sept. 1(1, She home. , sufi-ui-l- their and arrived METHODS OF HAULING has been Virginia Brock. A named Kathcrinc The splendid work of the Salvation Army described in an account received yesterday from Capt. Harold If. Miles of the organisation telling of the advance in the Chateau Thierry-Soiasosector met with instant re-- s lon-Judge Elbert H. Gary of the United States Steel Corporation sent a "check for 1100,000 to George Gordon Battle, chairman of the war work committee, with a brief note expressing high commendation ot the work of the Salvationists. The money was given in the name ot the corporation. Xew York Sun. e. Srnils (luck at Fraat Army Card of Thanks. NEW ARMY MEAT 350,-000.00- FOR SEAT Will Enter Washington 15 to 40 Per Cent Space To Be Lee University. Saved in Shipping Lbs. of Meat. Has Stroke of Poralysis Webster. Ky Sept. 19. (Special) While Shocking Corn. Willatn A. Front of this place left Maj. CHICAGO. Sept. ::o. 'is. 0 sweet little baby girl named, We wish to express our sincere Mary Roach Wilson, has arrived at thanks to relatives, friends and neighthe home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wil- bors for their many acts of kindness son of Glen Dean, Ky. and sympathy towards our sister, Mrs. Sallie A. Morris, during her Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pool of Rock-val- e illness, and also shown us, at her have a new little girl baby who death. arrived September 13. Mrs. Mary T. Payne. Mrs. Addie Brown. DISTRICT MEETING OF UNITED Re-dryi- e, s. 6 t IQC(. IOI flC IQl T1CZZ3C5CZ30I RAY LEWIjs HEYSER THE j CONTINENTAlXURANCE OFIlEW Insure Your Property oday Against rVe and Windstorm Mr. Frank Corkty who lives at Dukes had a stroke of paralysis Friday afternoon which left him speechless and affected his entire left side. Mr. Corley was standing in a wagon Mcintosh, Subsistence Divi- SChocking com in front of Julian Campaign in Ovvensboro Oct. , sion, Q, M. C.i N a., to ta Brown's store when he was stricken. 1. Lee Birk, Dist. Chair. Dr. Patrick was summond and as with the Chicago packers in experiQuota $62,940.50. which may savs up to 40 per so, ,n as he was aide Mr. Corlcv was ments Garfield Man Died Friday. cent of the tremendous cargo pace removed to I'is home. now required tor shipping fresh beef, Special) Garlield, Ky. Sept. It. At the State Conference held in and Col. Mr. James Priest died Friday Sept. President Hammerschkkg Louisville Sept. 13, in the interest of 13, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mcintosh have already reached the the United War Work Campaign to Vernor Whitworth ol Rosetta and stock yards and the experiments have raise $1,770,800 ol Kentucky's porbegun. with whom he made his home. 70, ..(lO.iliio, the State was tion of the The experiments contemplate not Funeral services were held at the divided into twent) districts. BreckBaptist church on Saturday conduct- only the conservation of shipping inridge county coming in the Third The space, but alap the problem of having ed by Rev. Charlie Priest. District. burial took place in the Garfield the packages small enough to be A' meeting of the Third District cemetery. ' Mr. Priest is survived handled by the class ot labor .mail- Interest Payable Oct. 15, and which includes the following counties able at unloading ports overseas anil by one daughter. Mr- - Whitworth. Breckinridge, Hancock. Daviess, April 15, Campaign Opens the quick and convenient issue at Ohio. Muhlenberg and McLean, will Saturday. supply depots in France. be hehl in Owctishoro, Tuesday, Oct1l 3Q1 fo Th ey range from the mere cutting ober 1. and plans will be made there of the carcas- - into more convenient Irvington. Ky.. September .'I, IMS, for securing the district assessment sizes and shapes to the entire boning Special) The follow ing announce- of $ii'. 01(1.50. Chairman of the disof the carcass to be packed in boxes. ment is made in connection with the tricts is Lee Birk of Owensboro; It is estimated that it the plans prove Fourth Liberty Loan. Campaign Directors, G N. Parrish; practicable a saving of from 13 to 40 The campaign will, open September Asst. Director, J. S. Rodman, Owensper cent of the room now used in IMI and will close October M, boro. transporting the same amount of beef 1918. Apportionment of Agencies. Since fresh will be made possible. Interest rate will be t'i per annum This L'niteil War Work Campaign beef constitutes a considerable part The tirst interest cupon will be is Composed ol seven welfare agenof some :(.(i.inii,t(ii) pounds of beef payable April 15, IMI and will be for cies endorsed by the War Departand pork products now sent monthly the following amounts. $50 Bond ment. These even agencies and to allied countries the saving by the $101. $100 Bond $:..().'. $.0(1 Bond their apportionment, adopted by the new method may prove to be consid- $10.10, $1000 Bond $:.'). :.'(), $;0U0 Bond War Department and based upon the erable if found practical. The bones $101.1)0. amount of work being done by each and surplus fats salvaged by the opInterest thereafter will be. payable organization, is as follows: eration will be converted into various October la, and April 15. Y. M. C. A., $100,000,000; Y. W. Initial payment will be ten per cent pay- C. A., $15,000,000; National Catholic The chief difficulties encountered able with the subscription and subse- War Council, $30,000,000; Jewish so far have been the necessity of quent payments will be as follows: Welfare Board, $3,500,000; American obtaining enough labor sufficiently JU per cent on November 21, 181 Library Association, $3,500,000; War skilled in this particular work and 20 per cent on December 10, 1V18 Camp Community Service, $15,000,-00the providing of facilities necessary 'JO per cent on January 10, 1W1U Salvation Army, $3,500,000. The to handle the quantities required 30 per cent on January 30, 1910. door of every organization is open to without interfering with production The date of maturity, amount of the men everywhere. of other meat products being prepar- the loan, tax exemption and other "Salute and Go It It'a a War ed for our armies and those of our details have not yet been announced Measure," has been adopted as Ken allies. W. J. Piggott, County Chairman. tucky's slogan for the campaign. -Pre-ident Tuesday to enter Washington and Lee University at Lexington, Virginia), He ha- - been enrolled in the Corps Training Army Students' which will be organized Oct. 1. and will continue his studies in Civil (leu. George W. Goethals. Chief of the division of purchase, storage and traffic of the general staff of the Army, has commissioned Arth ir A t ire of Hamniei hlag. Carnegie Institute, and Liert Col. co-op- WAR WORK -- NEW BONDS BEAR FOUR AND QUAR- TER PER CENT 'OLTI' ( l -- COMPANY, 0; PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. SUBSCRIBERS' LETTERS Renewal of Dr. Shively'i Liberty Sparks j FALLS OF ROUGH Tobacco CVttitlg seems to be the order of the day. Mrs. Jennie Brown and Miss Kate yucrtcrnious of Spring Lick visited their brother, Smith (Jiierterinous last week. Mrs. General Duggins of Owensboro visited relatives and friends here last week. Sister Oliver," who has been quite The llreckeiiridjje N'c.., t'lincr I'Ic.im i ml fie n 1' in c port. Ky. my paper In Mrs 0, K. SliiveK. 714 W. t'hestmit st Lou lav Ma, Ky, fkti enclosed a check tot fl.M i'r ftrMcfc nie me crcilil. Hopci tfnllv, Geo K. Shivcly, M l Stcplienspiirt, 1 11 : -- L"VX " .... Ky. Remembers "Uncle Ben" Hardin. ! Mr. J no. I). Ilalibage, Cloverport. Von w ill find enKy. Dear Sir: closed II cents for which phase send me The Urcckcnridge News for six Tell all of our old Kenmonths. tucky friends hello and keep that l.odilitirK correspondent wide awake C K. Key. Yours ery truly, Hakersheld. K. I B. II . Cat ... improving. Clarence Morgan, who has been attending Naval Training School at Cambridge. Mass is here for a short furlough. Mrs. J. C. Tilford and children have returned to their home at Mitchell. Ind.. after spending several wce.s ill is . ... vi. 1U parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R, llurton. Mb) I Mavinc Haidtiian of Louis- GOME HOURS FAIL Mr Jno. I). Babbagt, Clovcrport, ville spent a few days with her tincJe Springgate. Knclosed ami aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Drown. Ky Dear Mr. I!;illagc: TO REALIZE WORTH Rago of Chicago was Mr l.ouis lind heck for $I..Vl to cover cost of M. subscription lor The I'.rci kcnriilgc the welcome uuest of Miss dale COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ilane. Sunday. With best News another year. OF LIBERTY BONDS Mr. and Mrs. W. L RobeftaM I wishes am. Your friend. June spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. V. Breckinriflge Circuit Court. Ken- V. K. Lawaon, 1080 BactM st. N II. Beanchamp. Liquidation Comes From Small Investtucky. Washington, I). C. Mrs S. Y. Ilane spent last week ors Who Do Not Understand Plaintiff. Edith Pttf in TobinapOft, Ind.. having dental Tax Features. Renewal. Against work done. Moorman I'ile.... Defendant. Mr. Levi Ivollins was the welcome I Prevailing market quotations for the I'.ahhaue (loverpoit. Ky. J. 1) t and 4V4 per cent Liberty Uonds indiFquity No. Nig, Zelnia Avitt Sunday gticM oi Mi-- s Enclosed find check, for $t.M for cate a laclc of appreciation on the part By virtue of a Judgement and which, still continue The Hrecken-rid(- t afternoon. holders regarding their intrinsic valMi-- s Leota Grant spent the week' ues. "Inability to carry the bonds" i.i Order of Sale of llreckinridge Circuit With best NWI one year. M Islies to your paper, Mrs. S. R end with MIlBtl Goti and Klva an excuse that seems hardly tenable Court, rendered at Pebvrary Term now, three months since the Third Lib-rt- thereof, l'.ils, in the above cau.--t isane. ot Bandy, rvington, Ky. Mrs. I. D. Stiff and Mi- v Hewitt Loan was floated. Time works n the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty ( anary ami children spent the week favor of Liberty Bonds since the value Dollars with interest thereon from A New Subscriber. and merit of the investment grow more November IS, 1915, until paid at the end with Mr and Mrs. J. A Stiff. Mr. Eld red ". Cart was in Louis- - obvious. The following per cent. rate of I). Babbage, Ctorcrport, Mr Jno. The recent slump in the market quoillc. Monday on buisncss. tract of land is sold subject to the find I'.ncloscd Ky. Dear Sir: bonds nray be due in Mrs. J. D, Jolly visited friends at tation for thete lien notes, and all costs herein. money order ffir $l."n for which send he first place to a misapprehension on above riarrodsbwg last week. :.hall me The KreckenridKe News for one tin part ot certain small investors, re- Court-Hous- proceed to offer for sale at the e Miss I'. inline Rose of Owensboro garding th l tax exemption feature. II door in Hardinsbttrg. year. trul June Matting visited her iiarents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee has been common to accord to the to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC Ky ly, Khodclia. ROM last week .''irst Liberty Loan llonds, the 3's, a AUCTION, on Monday the 7th day preferential value on the score of tax of October mis, at one o'clock P. M. Mrs. Norris Renews. .eniption, far above the 4s and 4'i.-- . or thereabout (being Circuit Court SELL THEIR HOME. And yet a great many small investors day), upon the credit of six months Babbagc, Clovtrport, Mr Mr and Mrs. Henry W'endelkin iu the latter bond.s do not seem to Ky. here encloc sold their home on Wall Street last realize that their securities, for the the following described properly, Dear rj Ileginning at a White Oak or Many week to Mr. and Mrs. L C I'aul. most part, possess ihe same merit. In subscription. XM for in Bart-ly'- s hmicIi success you The deal Was made through Mr. J. other words, the 4s and 4i per cent post Oak, Brfdweil'l corner in nl than t' line thence with said line 1".. H Hop. D. Sea ton. and The Breckcnridga News. onds are hIbo fu'.ly as free from the poles to McCamiah'l Corner two lag to he a subscriber soon. Mr and Mrs. W'endelkin will give ::crmal income tax, now or hereafter ptctfaltj Mrs lames V. N'orri Big possession the first of November and mpoaed by the United States as the Black Oaks same course continued with McCamiah'i line in all 10M poles. per cent bonds. And they are. I Spring, Ky. will Spend the winter visiting their fii'e of the surtax or exce:-- profits tax, to a sink Usance with Urunne.V line children, going first to Henderson to now or bareaftw tapoaeA up to an No. 24 E. IU ngltl to a stable at the Death of a Little Obi Baby. It Mr and Mrs. Walter W'endelkin aggregate holding of $5.oo, , liouth of the Um thence S. M W'. "i! from there to Joiiesboro. Ark., and On a moment's reflection it 01 bt poles to a W hite Oak. thence S. Road, the seven visit Mr. wild Mrs. John W'endelkin, ElttC Mildred m that his exemption from taxation K .in poles to a post Oak. thence N. months idd daughter oi Mr. and Mi-- . They will also be with Mr. and Mr.-- . I'. ts out a very larpe element of Ike Lawrence Rush, died at the home of ( has Wendclkin in Kcntwood, La.. people; for there are rulatlvely few Hl'j W'. 111." poles to a stake iu line, thence with his line S. 71 her parent-.- , Monday Sept. v, and was ami Dr. GtO, Wendclkin and Mis. akaaa incomes are Involved in the cobalt raMon of guriaxes and excess prol-is- . poles to the beginning containing .Is lu: the Cloverport cemetery Wendelkin in Robatown, Texaa. Tat most of the liquldalion in the acres be the same more or less, the the folk Liberty Donds comes from the small purchaser with apprupr'd :'ret or RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM nvesiors. securities, must exyEe bond, bearing liqui-.at(WITH PEROXiOE) That it is not always I desire to legal interest &MR theatday oi sale A preascdes3 cream df onowy whiteness. on account of "inability to carry until paid; ajarnaving nie force and Deliphtfuliy perfumd. A day cream from the fn.?t e tonda" Is evlC-effect of aidgemenl Lien retained for Mri M. r. Epling is at home of oily skins. Syftens the hard lines some small holders have b.vn the face. Proct3 it from sunburn.1:, of purchase to .seiiiidFpayinent fa) spending a lew day I with her parents, winds, tans and of weather. AJForria lUsg their 4s and 4'is in order IJjdJTlers will be prepared Mr and Mrs. Hen Harrison. an txe'i lient fcJnilntinn fur applying ,tiy the S'is. for their complete tax ey. infomptlv with these term.-- . Such persons are ply xemprion quality. Mr. Charlie French and Chester Anirico Her.utyFaco Powder. This a.: debt, interest and more than onojwindred other Red Cro.i.: llBBlayitag woeful ignorance in re- - I JrT'proxiniated Skillman attended tna State Fair. Kennedies andfroiiot preparation! aoM rrd to the Liberty Bond statutes. A Mr and Mri L Roberts and and j;uara.iteyi only Lj Lee Walls, Commissioner. But nit re to be d( plored tu the gen with her pent Sunday little girl K. A Fisfior, Cloverport. Kv. rai lack of apsfeeiatioa of the ult! m&la vuiue of Hie Uoerty Donds, no matter of what description. All the economies of war finance point to TT bonds aa the soundest and Investment a person :.iont ; an during these times. And this is more than ever applicable to the obligations of the United States gov- rmtnaat, P rsons should realize that by invi sting in gofernment bonds now An Extra? Ikey are buying wit.l cheap money a call on dear money in the future. From June Lawson. 1 I (1 I , I t: I , al.-ss i and Mrs. Charlie Fentress spent the week end at Camp Taylor with their son, llishop. Several men who have been working at Stithton on the new cantonment are expected home this week. Misses Mary I'urcell, Mae Sarvcr. Frances Fentress and Jessie Day spent Thursday with Miss Lora here. Mr. You Can't Eat Meat 100 Miles Away iVeparing meat is only a part of Swift & Company's usefulness. Th finest 'meat in the vifOrld wouldn't do you any goopK one hundred miles away frooi your table. Swift & Company efficiency has made it possible o place corfplete linea of products in tre smallesand most remote communities. To be sure Ihe work is done well Swift & CompanS through its branch houses and car roAs, brings the meat to the retail dealer for you. Swift & Compaiiy layk out car routes covering towns-Wbi- g, littlev medium size which are jfot served by a Swift branch housey Salesmen fed out in advance what is wanted by ifie dealers in every town. They ae followed by refrigerator cars loaded with retailers' orders, which are delivered at each town fresh, clean, and sweetr-onc- e or twice each week. Swift & Company operates a large number of car routes like this, from four-toten distributing: plants. Ij 's This is a necessary and natural part of the packers' usefulness. It fits into the industry in an orderly, effective way. It makes better meat cheaper from one end of the land to the other. Brid-well- Swift & Company, U. S. A. e nt 1 -- r ' NOTICE TO m;-.h- e WHEATS ROWERS I ordinary Tailoring at the Superior Woolen Mills Ext Wi have on han jgr ns of Wheat Grower Jtftet PRESIDENT WIL30N SAVES GAS Aids Fuel Conservation by Walking to Worship Gunday. Word comes from Washington that President Wilson wiil set the pace of .lutomoblle church goers Sunday and Vill sell ahrtqse prices. Fertilizer. Come and see jne at once. Musnuo se it out by Oct. C. A. TINIUS A tephensport. Louisville $6.00 EXTRA TROUSERS TREE With Suit or GVerdoat Made to Measure At any of these prices- - 18.50, $?0 Something Worth While, $22.50, $25.00, $27.50, fr30,00, $32 These Days! and up to $37.50. Get an EXTRA VJfR OF TUOUSE ftt FREE with your new fall suit or overcoat. Here's your (j'ptfrtuiiiti it's wortti i ik ing the trip to Louisville just to jret in on ! Means practically Two Suits at the price of one. ing each Sunday oi about a million and a quarter of dollars, which If Invested In Fourth Liberty Loan Donds would never be missed and would greatly aid in the campaign. Thus the President heeds the regulation of the Fuel Administration. An East St. Louts authority estimates that If the Sunday conservation of gasoline Is adhered to In that city 15,000 gallons of gasoline will be saved each Sabbath day. This would be a money saving of about $760.00. If the gasoline were conserved at thla ration throughout the United States it would result in a money sav- walk to worship. Kentucky. X 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. SERVICE "Our Aim Is To Please" SAFETY this bin bargain. woolens in fall and winter JaeiKhLs. Made uJnumsuru made tu youmj) leasure! Choice of a mighty fine lot of Extra Trousers Are Wo We make $6.00 or More for we include our best and jjive x.en.i Six Dollars or moi you choice. it e extra trousers that we crive awav free out of the sum t langthfl of woolens. They're worth In France and England all the loans to prosecute the war are taken by Volunteer subscription!. Two Volunteer Days Sept. 28 and 29 are set aaide to open the Fourth Liberty Loan Kvery one should place Campaign. his volunteer subscription on one of these two days and not wait for the BOlicitors. If the right kind of a response be made on Volunteer Days Sept. 28 and 89 the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign will be given suoh an impetus that the allotted three weeks will not be required to sell Um bond laaue. SUPERIOR 'i WOOLEN MILLS At 513 W. Market s ss Louisville sssnasasassssfsss ini nsa v W ST STATE M TKK"tt. BANK 'resident Herndon, Viec President J. C. Payne, Cashier J. D. Lyddau, Asst. Cashier IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. THE BREC KEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. PAGE 3 30C 5P5c DIRECTORY Of WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE (si hoc 5fcrcior51fo Cattle and Hog Breeders, FROM A Children's School Ginghams SAILOR BOY. The following letter comes from Rcamus Hawkins, a former Hardinsburg boy, who is in the navy anil Inflow may he sailing the high seas as lie says he expects to leave soon. The letter is addressed to the sailor's brother. I'ura Hawkins of Hardinsthe next move I make will be across the pond. There arc to leave here tomorrow morning, They don't know where they are going, some think they are going to France. Well, I'ura have you ever heard from I ven? The last time I heard from him he said he was going to tamp Taylor. I Have you all cut any tobacco? wish I was there to get something good to eat. We have plenty to eat but a fellow gets tired of the same thing all time. We have better to eat here than we did at Newport. We sleep here until six o'clock and at Newport we had to get up at live. I am sending you one of my girl's pictures. Tell papa this is the one at Newport but there are some here in I'hiladclphia that have her beat. Well. I don't know much to write this time so will close anrl go to bed. Tell Ml Klizabeth and papa "hello." Will write again soon. Love to all, Your brother. Keatnus Hawkins. Naval Yards. Barracks No. .'.'is, Philadelphia, Penn, d Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Planters HalkStock Farm Qlenean, Ky. have the largest and most beautiful line of ginghtflM and percales ever shown in Breckinridge County. We have patents that are just the thing for young twirls school dresses; also have pretty pieces for ladies house dresses in wool and cotton. We Polled Durban Cattle. Poland burg. Dear Hrothcr and All: Will try China Jlogs. Short Horn tonight to write yon all a few lines. This leaves me well and all right, itU6. Hampshire Sheep HnveMfm IOO0 When buying fall goodi it w II pay you to come ami see our line no matter how far ou might he living. aa Ribbons at State Pain 1'ast Five Years Valley Home Stock Farm W. 7 J OWU SONS, Priptlttwi 1 Hardio4f)urg, Ky., Route PolaorChina Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle ORCHARD G. HOME FARM Proprietor OF hope it finds yon all the same. W ell I got out of Newport at last. I have heen here four days and believe mc this is sure some good place. We get every night off until seven o'clock the next morning. And from Saturday at noon until I Monday morning at seven. don't rare how long stay here but I don't think I will be here much longer. Guess I will be gone by the time you get this letter. They told us this morning that we may be here three or four weeks and again we may leave I gues tomorrow or the next day. Ginghams and Percales for school, 25 and 35 cents per vard Woolen Goods In attractive colors idling li r 50 cents and $2.50 per yard Outing Cloth Tlie very best quality fof 25 c e n 11 per yard V f iy rloosier Cotton now while telling for 23c per an I PMYSEY, BKREDER Select Your Seed Corn Mr. Good Farmer. Farmers who Mens extra heavy Blue BEWLEYVILLE I who are looking ahead remember the seed corn situation last spritg are busy now ilardinsburjf.'ky., Route 2. selecting their seed corn in the field. This corn will be well cared for and when planting time conies it will C. V. ROBERTSON, Corn left in grow and make corn. Hardlnsburg. Ky. the crib all winter even if it germinate-, is weak ami will produce a barDEALER IN ren Italic or fail to make as large a High-Cla- ss Horses, Mules, yield as well cared for seed. Go inr lire Saddle and Harness Select well to your field Horses. matured cars of good size from Italn IT, WILL PAY VOL TO VISIT MY STABI.IS of medium size, upright and that have had the same chance as others not Be sure that the producing so well. Farm ear is true to type, well filled out and Glen Valley l'ut the seed corn where not sappy. E. KOIERTSOI. Propilalor Han a it tin it will drv out at once. Glen Dean, Ky, in racks, on strings or lay on loose Polled Durham aid Shorthorn floor, where the air can circulate a It will then get round each ear. Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs bone dry and the cold weather can't weaken or kill the germ. Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Do this for yourself, and your There won't be labor country. enough next spring to replant. J. W. Harth, County Agent. Registered Duroc Jersey Hop. and i ' Stock L Thos. O'Donoghue Dealer in ami Breeder of Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Po landChina Hogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Hapdinsburg. Ky., Route Howard Palt spent Saturday in lardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll I". I'earman of Paris, III., motored through to visit Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. ComptOB. Mrs. Pfarman and Mrs Couipton were school mates in Illinois and had not seen each other for eleven years. . W. W. Keith and Geo. R. Compton were in Hardinsburg, Thursday on business. ZIQI The tanners around here are busy filling there silos, there are uiet a tew of them in this neighborhood. LIBERTY DAY IS GGT. 12 Bevie Cain and Noami Misses Costa oi Brazil are spending several days with Mr E. P, llardaway. President in Proclaiming Event Mr. and Mrs. Paul llardaway of Calls for Celebration. Brandenburg come Saturday for several days visit with relatives. There were SO who registered here Urges Citizens to Observe Day to StimScot. M, ulate Generous Response to Horace Albright is having a Km Fourth Loan. tobacco barn built on his farm near town. Washington, Sept. 23. President Miss Marv Heron after sncndiiur Wilson proclaimed Saturday. October her vacation with her mother. Mrs. 12, the four hundred and twenty-sixtD. C. Heron has returned to Lexinganniversary of the discovery of Amerton where she will attend school. ica. I Lb erty day, and culled upon nil It to stimulate a Rev. Harvey English tilled his re- citizens to gular appointment here Saturday and generous response to the fourth Liberty loan. Sunday. The president's proclamation fol- Shirts; good values; sellinopfor $1.00 each Red Diamo uck Head Overalls will out- far all others. Price $2.50 1 WILSON The Prepared store '"" Glen Dean. Ky. . jc IP' ZDjfr !c -- hoc Ensign Chambliss Sailes For Europe. OLD CLOTHING h cell-brut- 1 Notice. Aii persons having claims against the EltatC of the late Mrs. Eliza J. Hendrick, will present such claims duly proven as required by law to lows : THE HOWARD I SI FARMS Prop. HOWARD & SON, Shorthorn Cattle yt)uroc Hogs 'rotddtion ' "Every day the great principles for which we are fighting take fresh hold upon our thought and purpose and mnke It clearer what the end must be and what we must do to achieve it. We now know more certainly han we nampshire Sheep Gflen Dean, - Ky. eera form orr loss ... )tn a tmirnea viocr m 9 i Beard Bros. Hardinsburg. DonltrS in a off package w.'-free men brought the undersigned Kxecutor of her es- ever knew before great nation and government we tate on or hrfore the First day of the Into existence, because It grows love Novemberntlis. clearer and clearer what supreme servof Hardinsburg & Trust ice It Is to he America's privilege to The Ci)n-"ecutoof the Estate of Mrs. render to the world. The anniversary . VJt.A J. Hendrick, deceased. of the discovery of America must Jytlaude Mercer, Attorney for the therefore have for us In this fateful year a peculiar and thrilling slgnltl-enncf E state. jnk r We should make it a day of Ky. ardent rededlention to the ideals upon which our government ll founded and GERMANS EMULATE OLD BUCCANEERS by which our present heroic tasks are T Live Stock and Tobacco HARRf M. The Webster Stock Farm NORTON, Are for TjMREc the gi for Some oth first prepared e worl? Oinir Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder of es first as causing test losses, but is Hartford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Park Place GLyddan mignt De than a fi these thing! t reason alone. form of fatality worse for you Do not learn r they happen. Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. KINGS HAVE NO LUCK Man of Gypsy Band Goee to Work. It's hard timet) for the kings. got lot out, Nicholas wus given a the gate and then lost his head, la looking for Its lost Idol, uud now Cleveland mourns Its only king. The heud man, nuined King, of a bund of Gypsies, this week got u job and passed up bis duties watching the women of the camp do the work. The Gypsy leader wus brought Into court on a loafing charge and was told to get a Job or the state would give him one behind the bars. He took the hunch Head Con-atantliiul-garl- circumstances, ssessions, you occupation the blind god vulnera are artford Fire Chance. any outwits Insurance t covers all chance, be surround Its sides. you with anlinte eking coat Hartford of mail ma unpro-policies, le tected point Whatever L1LB .. Inspired. "Now, therefore. I, Woodrow Wilson, president of the United States, do appoint Saturday, tl.e twelfth day of October, 11I1S, as Liberty day. On thai day I reiuest the citizens of every community of the United States, city, town and countryside, to celebrate the discovery of our country In order to stimulate n generous response to the fourth Liberty loan. Commemorative addresses, pageants, harvest home fes-- I tlvnls or other demonstrations should be arranged for in every neighbor1 hood tinder the general direction of the of the treasury and the immediate dl- raetiOfl of the Lllierv loan committee with the United States In bureau of education and the public authorities. Let the people's response to Hm fourth Liberty loan express the measure of their devollon to the Ideals which have guided the coun- try from Its discovery until now. and Of their determined purpose to defend them and guarantee their triumph. "For Hm purpose of participating In Liberty day ei leliratlons all empluyic-- , of the federal government throughout the country whose services can be spared may be excused oil Saturday, the twelfth day of October, for the en tire day. "WOOI KOV WILSON. "Hy DM Ensign H. E. Chambliss who is the son of Mrs. Mary M BELGIANS Chambliss of Hardinsburg, and a brother of Miss Ruth Chambliss, a teacher in the Cloverport I'ublic School. 40C Tons To Be And French. Ensign Chambliss was commissioned Gathered This Week August Hi, then transferred to the Naval Aviation department and now By Red Cross. he is on bis way to Europe where he will report to Vice Admiral Sims for The Lake Division of the American He enlisted regular aviation duty. Red Cross has set aside this week in Mav IMT, begining Monday Sept. and continuing until next Monday, to gather RED CROSS HEADACHE and NEURALGIA REMEDY ui old clothes and even worn out Relieves neuralgia; and chronje- - head- garments for the destitute men, woaches. FretyTrom opiatepr quickly men and children of Belgium and absorbed anarproduiing; immediate relief. Particularly recjernmended for France. A committee composed of ten Clovheadaches resultizrom excesses. This and more thgVTme hundred other erport women has been appointed Red Cross Remedies and Toilet Prepawho will make a house to house canrations sold and guaranteed only by vas of this city this week to get worn A. R. Fisher, Cloverport. Ky. out clothing for these destitutes. The committee is divided as follows: Mrs. Great Lakes Band to be East End (). T. Odcwalt. Chairman. in Louisville Saturday. Miss Margaret Skillinan, Miss Irene jjarboe and Miss Maydee Chapin. West End, Mrs. The Great Lakes Naval Training Frances Smith. and Mrs. C. S. Martin. I so ( has Jack-o- n which attracted band Station much attention during the Third Hill Mrs. Chas Satterrield and Mrs, $ If anv resi- - ! Liberty Loan will make another tour Marion Wentlierholt. 'dent- - tailed to be visited or should of states during the Fourth The band will he divided in happen not to be at home when the Loan. live sections or detachments, each members of this committee call, their donations may be brought to the Red M having thirty musicians. Tuesdays headquarters on live sections will be numbered Cross The and Fridays. :i, 4 and 5. W.ednetda) and travel as Baud No. I, .I .. I L I he Lake uivision proposes to oji-w ill open the campaign Baud No. lect not less than 400 tons of old Louisville, Saturday Sept. ML j clothing. Every kind of garment for Your War Savings pledge is the all ages and both sexes is urgently Garments need not be in most sacred promise you ever sign nee led perfect condition. Make it good. ed. ' . I H FOR DESTITUTE DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ... PERMANENT... DENTIST Lottie e Hours: S 1 a. in. to p. in. loi I'.' M. p. 111. always la ollee during ettlce heur. Irvington. Ky. Every thing In BUILDING MATERIAL Weathttfboarding, Finish, Building Hardu Winow (ilass. Cement, 'laser, Pumps, Electric L,aths, Lime, Sane Supplies, I'aints, Ori, (reuse, Rooting Flooring, Ceil Would it n peace of m complete pr give w i'resldent. to ction ? "ROKKItT Insu Hartford Fir offers it throui Servf Co. I from the judge and baa started real work In a Munition factory. His crown la vacant, as the otbera In the camp do not care for the chance of having to follow In his footsteps. for-aake- Paul ConlDtonVnd Russell Comptdin Hardinsburg, TRY A NEWS WANT AD TODAY General Insurance Kentucky :: Shades of Captain Kldd WC've known for some time that the Huns vi re piratical, hut here's the first photographic evidence that they try to emulate the dress and bearing of the old buccaneers of the Spanish Main. The accompanying photograph wus taken in the German trenches shortly before au attack by United When the Hun of Stutes murines. the in- pistoled belt and the fierce was captured by "devil dogs" the snapshot wus taken of him. Incidentally, the piratical person, since forming the acquaintance of the Americans, la a much milder and meeker man. I uiua-tuchl- LANSIM1, "gecreary of State." 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, 1918. AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES mg Station Gasolin ce Quick lire S tree Atr W Lawerence Carroll, Administrator MARION WEATHERHOLT, GHneral Contractor of the estate of Catherine Carroll, deceased. Claude Mercer, Attorney. Cloverport, Kentucl PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. FARM AND STOCK. ALLIES DRIVE Norton recently bought of Lyddan, M hogs average MM lbs. at fMUl per 100 lbs. H. M G. N. CLOSER TO BIG GERMAN BASE Gains CLOVERPORT, KV.. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. i5, 1918 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.30 a year; 50c for 4 montns; 75c for 6 months. Business Locali ioc per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. o Mr. and Mrs. ("rank Mattingly of I'lw .otic n r n n the State Fair Mattingly pur- - Brit is and French Make last week and Mr chascd the cock from the First Prize in Movement Against Pen of W hite Plymouth Rocks. The St. Quentin. cock was bred by VV. Clayton Thomas ( I i pf Georgetown. o if County Agent requests Harth NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When you have finished reading your that all District chairman of the copy of THK BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to a friend who is not a wheat campaign in this county sene ubsenber; do not throw it away or destroy it. in their reports as soon as possible. o The farm of the late Morris Beard consisting of 70 acres has been sold to Dr. Sphire for J.'I.OOO. This is one of the best farms in Breckinridge county and the energectic Doctor who has purchased it will make the which is That inexhaustible good, land produce its best. SERBS PERIL BULGAR ARMY 'plant x4 111 JS S .Ma - Gain Nine Miles In Day and Approach Great Prilep Highway Many Prisoners Hsve Been Captured, Ssys Serbisn London, Official Report k Blw BIB nature, the most precious gift of heaven, spreads itself like oil over the troubled sea of thought, and keeps the mind smooth and equable in the roughest weather. Iri'ing. v Road Commissions? Rodman W iley i its patrol system ol mainten says ance has been in vogue in all the older countries for decades and been adopted by many states in our own , in. ilur "' country recommended by all highway engineer! kdvoCSted in all leadOur subscribers are geting more news mater from this paper ing road magazine favored by most This i on account of our new Lino leading citilSOS, Strongly endorsed by now than ever before. me way ol showing v our appreciation is lv all State Highway Departments, les type machine. than half a dozen counties in Ken It saves us time am! tucky relieving your subscription promptly. have adopted it. What is money, besides the Government requires that we carry no the reason?" subscriptions three months after date, so if vour paper cease-t- o SUCH A BUSY FALL. Nearly This is indeed I busy fall for Americans. every week is taken up with some special "drive" as we fashionably term it these war times, and if a person gets lonesome nowa days it's his or her own fault. With all there is to be done for the winning of the war, it would postively be unpatriotic to admit we ever get lonesome. This week we have a drive on in ("lovcrport and in all the States included in the Great Lakes Division of the Red Cross, for collecting old clothes to be sent to France and Belgium to ten million people who have been left destitute by those das tardly Germans, and who are looking to us for clothes as well I. ike the unfortunate Lazarus, they will be grateful as food. for the crumbs that fall from our tables and even the rags Any kind of clothing that can be worn by from our men, women and children is acceptable in this unusual drive. The Great Lakes DtVision sent 5,000 tons of old clothes last year and this year it is asking for a minimum of 4M tons. We can not fail to remember these brave Belgians and French; they have helped to save America and the debt we owe them is far more than the mere giving of our old clothes. Upon the heels of the appeal for the destitutes comes the Fourth Liberty Loan drive; the sale of bonds begining Sept. .and continuing until Oct. 19. low much Uncle Sam wants t borrow this time has not been officially announced but howe ver large or small it may be. Americans will go down in their pockets and gel it even to the last dollar. Then following the Liberty Loan Drive we have an Intermission of about three weeks and comes the big United War Work Campaign, Nov. II. to In and which will be the largest campaign made during the war outside of the Liberty Loans. ar W ork drive is the uniting of the seven organizations The namely the Y. M. ( '. A.. Y. W. C. A., Knights of Columbus, Jewish W elfare Hoard, Salvation Army. American Library Association and the W ar ( amp Community Service to raise $170,500,000 for carrying on their indespensable work of keeping the morale of the army and making life more liveable, more comfortable and happier for our boys in the training So for all of these drives, Amer Camps and in the trenches. icans will do their part, it may lie we will have to feel the keen self denial of doing w ithout something that will add extremely to our happiness and if so, all the more pleasure we will find rag-bag- -. I The farmers over the county are busy getting ready to sow winter wheat. The government is urging all the farmers who live in seasonable climate to sow winter wheat so as to keep the supply up to the demand. H. Marvin Beard of Hardinsburg was appointed a member of the Ad- visory Board of the Kentucky State Fair. 487; men, S.lKl. J. B. Taylor & Son of Lewisport, have sold four Fordson Tractors. Thev had orders for ten hut could It will be a common get only four. sight in a few years to pass along the highways and see tractors on nearly every farm. The shortage of man power and the increasing demand for food for the nation will make tractors essential to farmers. o Sept. 23. The British against the Hlndenhurg line northwest of St. Quentin whs resumed east of Epehy, says the official report from Field Marshal Hnlg. Further steps forward have been taken by the British on the Flanders front. The statement snnounces Improvement of the British positions west of Messlnes to the south of Ypres, where a strong point was captured. Northwest of St. Quentin the British continued their progress through the main llindenburg line, advancing their front northwest of Bellengllse. British Casualties. British en miii It lev reported during the week fallow : Klllod or died of wounds, officers, and. grow a. FORTUNE It makes no difference wether your money comes It is your from your farm business or your work. money. Now, if you spend that money it is no longer your money it belongs to others. But if you put it in our Bank it is still your money and it is safe from fire, burglars and your own extrav- agencies. We offer you Recent shipments made by the farmers were: .las. A Beavin. 40 head hogs all topped over :.':J." lbs ; D. Sheeran. 11 head tine c.attle over looo lbs.; J. B. Bates, I head; head of hogs; Kelly Bland, Carl Sheeran and Sam Beavin, 3 head; Walter head; Jas. A. Beavin, Bland. l." head top hogs; Homer Taul Balhead. and Lafe Taul each ance of the car was made up of hogs. John Livers of Irvington sold last week, 15 head of hogs averaging '.'19 He received a nice llv at $11 ,1ft, little check for ?1,0.-0- . ;7. J. R. Wilson, merchant of Glen Dean sold Charlie Fisher i Duroc pigs for Sl:.'.". Mr. Fisher turned them over to John Hoskin for the Mr. Wilson paid $100 same money. for the sow. She farrow 13 pigs and He now has the sow and raised 7. one pig and $38 to the good. The pigs were beauties. o Joe D. Owen of Glen Dean got Sl'.lO for a sow and I pigs. Mr. Ha craft another one of Glen Dean'-- , good farmers has sold $108 worth of pigs in five months, all be longing. to one sow. v Wounded or missing, officers, 1,016; men, 17,206. Northwest of St. Quentin the British continued their progress through the main liindenburg line, ndviinclng their front northwest of Bellengllse. North of (iiiuehe wood, west of Villain Qlllalaln, the British hnve been pressed linek slightly. A British detachment of seven men was SOrruUndjed and was believed to have been captured when the Germans took Moeuvres. Their post was In the northern part of the village and they held It for two days during the German occupation and indicting losses on the enemy. When the village was retaken the party rejoined its unit without loss. French Take Benay. Palis, Sept. 'j:t. In the drive for the outtlanklng of St. Quentin on the south, the 1'ivneh captured the town of Benay and made progress north of that plnee, the war office announces. The Germans appeared to be hastening the removal of the civil population of St. Quentin and fires have been observed in different parts of the city, says Marcel Hntln in the Beho de I'm is. The Germans, he adds, are placing numerous batteries in St. Quentin. At fast res, where the 1' tench ure only slightly mora than two miles front German counter-attac-h St. Quentin, was repulsed. Serbs Chase Bulgars. Sept. 211. The London. Serbian troops east of Monastlr hnve advanced BSOre than nine miles In one day and now are less than eight miles from the main highway connecting I'rllep with the Vardar river. A Serbian oSelal statement received here says that a great number of prisoners have beefl captured and that the allies have taken Godlyak, west of the Cena river, and 15 miles southeast of Prilep. In their advance northward the Serbians have passed the line Krnyovo-Stiigovirogojol-Poloshk- Strengthcourtesy, Good the m aT Business Methods. OF HARDINSBURG HARDINSBURG. 8 TRUST CO. KY. Total Assets over $1,000,000.00 m on 21 c HOC LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. 4th and Market Sts., LOUISVILLE,. KY. Transacts ceneral Hanking and Trust Busines ""5" 1 come, please remember that we are doing as the Govern- ment demands. v. GARFIELD Miss Ida Dowell is Our county has subscribed up to date, $276,163.00 for thers, D. D. Dowell visiting her broand Raymond Savings Stamps which is more than half its quota. War We Dowell at Hardinsburg. are still classed as one of the ninety-seve- n counties who have-noMr. and Mrs. Morton l'enick and come up to the standard set by the Federal Government, children of Buffalo, Kyv visited their father, Mr. Richard l'enick last week. centuating their progress In the but we have an idea we will not be in that class long. tion of KonoplshtH, where they t Soldiers who have been forced to enlist In the Bulgarian army during the OCCnpatlni Of southern Serbia are throw lag tfv'uy their arms ami Joining the army of. ifbs ration. Krynovo Nnine miles southwest of DoHtlf kapU, the nearest point on the l Vardar river ami the railroad from the advancing Serbian line. Should the railroad be reached here the Bulgarians lighting the British and Greeks around Lake Dolran would he cut 00 from their base of supplies ami Cavalry Pi esses Bulgars. Pari Sept. 2:i. The ottiilal report on the lighting in Macadonla reads: "In spite of the vigorous resistance of the enemy's rear guards the offensive between the Cerutid and Vardar rivers continued to progress. Allied cavalry have reached the region of Polosliko. Serbian forces have gained a foothold on the left bank of the Oeraa la the region of Dunye. "The Serbians have succeeded In acL'skuli-Salonik- We solicit your patronage j PAUL COMPTON, Sect. Capital and Surplus Total Assets .. $300,000.00 $2,000,000.00 direc- Gray and Jim Gray were in Louisville last week on business. Tli ink how many more doughnuts the canteen workers V. B. Mattingly who has work at can make for the "dough boys" after Dec. l.with the sugar Stithton, visited at home last week. formerly used in beer and malt liquors. The curltaihnent of Miss Ada Gregory of Hardinsburg, spent the week end at their country beer is one good that cometh'of the evils of war. F A. Away Katy-did- luu-- s put in Frost yonder in the middle of the summer when the their appearance we were informed that Jack follow-an- d would soon so he did. The wise and prudent farmers are gathering their seed Experiences of last year proved a valucorn early this year. able lesson. If we will only buy one a day, how soon those little Thrift Stamps will grow to be "Baby Bonds" or War Savings Stamps. Kentucky's slogan for the War Work "Salute and go to it, its a war measure." Campaign is, huve difficult ground on the range of hills between the Belashnltsa river and Boskjava. French and Greek forces have taken the vil lage of Tushln and huve gained u foot-hold OB the town of Dzenn. home. "Because of difficult communications Mrs. Bill Carman has returned to over the vast umouut of ground covher home after visiting her children ered by the operation, It Is not possible as yet to estimate the number of prisat Kingswood. taken, but It Is known thut 5,000 J. VV. Marr visited his son, Joe oners prisoners and 80 cannon huve ben Marr in Louisville, last week. We are glad to report Joe is improving "The offeuslve of the Greeks, and in health. British In the Luke Dolran region, Miss Grace Shield visited her uncle, which has been marked by furious butMr. J. B. Harrisan and Mrs. Harritles, continues to progress. Violent counter-attack- s have been made in son last week. vain by Bulgarian forces." tra.eised particularly FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg Capital, Kentucky. $40,000.00 Profits eup-ture- Surplus and Undivided $5,000.00 Ivan Hay puts it, "Until the Hun has found his proper place in the animal kingdom." Pray for victory; Thsn Work. Before starting their dslly wok of a large dry goods concern at Green Bay, Wis., gather on the main floor mid fur ten minutes sing "Anier lea." "The 8tar Spangled Banner," "Keep the Home Fires Burning," and other patriotic songs. Then they kneel in prayer for th success of the allied armies, BIG YANK ARMY IN FRANCE Service and Safety are the induce-ment- s we offer the public to do businesrfith us. Respectfully, Oensral March Announces That More Than 1,760,000 U. 8. Troops Are Abroad. Washington, Sept. 23. Embarkation of American soldiers for the European front bus passed the 1,750,000 war. JNO. D. SHAW, Cashier. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. The Breckinridge News WEDNESDAY, Entrrrd at the I'oit PAGI HILL ITEMS mis Ky. SEPT. is, Classified Advertisements you Officr nt Clovrrport, arcorui class mutter. Distinctive Millinery In HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Mr. and Mrs. H irdln Kinder attended the funeral of Mrs. Kindcr's sister, Mrs. (Irant Ray at Skillman, Sapt. 1". NOTE I'lcasr notify the editor when desire advertisements discontinued. ' Hats that are individual NEW YORrJ AND CHICAGO RANCHES RATES For For For For For For IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES QENERAL OFFICES FOR POLITICAL style and quality are the kind that appeal to women more than anything else. In my display of nats you will find that they are altogether distinctive. I have the always dependable velvet ready-to-we- City Offices. PrrcincVaml t 2 50 County' Omen t 511 State ami District Open ir,.no Calls. pcr line .10 Cards, per line .10 all Publications in the interest of : ! .1 : . . : .) i CMnaBluil Ult llluiVIU- ual views, per line hats, trimmed in chenille, the very latest trimming; and at. tractive young girls hats adorned with simple trimmings trlade of yarn.. You will also find stylish hats of velour and childrens school and dress hats of velvet and fait. My millinery is open for your inspection. Your patronage solicited. Misses Lilly and Maggie MeQavnck of near town spent Wednesday with their vister, Mr-;- Hillary Hardin. Mrs. I. H. Kramer returned home on Tuesday from Caseyville. Mr. and Mrs. John Mlythe were visitors last Sur.iliy of Mrs Hlythe's sister, Miss Annie Alien. Miss Myrtle Belle Shellman is attending C II. S. here and boarding at Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sipple. . SALE u White to otter. j;l rath. Mrs Krank ihieks. The ( nstle. OovcriMirt, Ky. Plymouth Rock Cork-HatcNothing hut purest Stock lumizht of rihel as Mat The chilly nights and mornings in INK IS.M.r. Mouse uaWT Furnish. riir. ; Bed pioni Set ill tiol. (;k ; MMtl Ml Mid i (' ntl rasfbli Springs, 'ar'Irolr,lriiiijiij( hoard. I.niolauiar ami many i.thrr tlimui Communicate th Mm i ickcttvl 'ni'tn Star, Ky. FOn SALE Splu.l dwelling, centrally located. For irujjin-lermi write or call ( Iov rpnit, on Jno. I). BatjHl Ky. FOR SALE Farm 100 acres; good dwelling andtenanl houAe; both in gnot re-mi acres level J, balance roIlinR ; 50 acres level 1ji1 in m$4 state of cult vat ion Kollin laml September makes you think of up-to-d- ate We are showing a nice new line of Sweaters for every member family. Wraps. of the Train Schedule on The ' ' L, H. & St L. R'y. 1918 EAST BOUND No. 142 will leave Cloverport. ... 9:20 A. M Arriving- Irvington... ...10:15 A. M. Arriving Louisville.. .12:20 P. M. 5:08 P. M No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvington 8:00 1". M. 7:55 P. M. Arriving Louisville 5:15 A. M. No. 140 will leave Cloverport 8:07 A. M. Arriving Irvington Arriving Louisville 7:50 A. M. 4 :00 P. M No. 148 Ir.ivrrs Henderson 5:00 P. M. Arrives Owenaboro 8:20 P. M. Arrives ShopjS viEST BOUND 10:38 A. M. No, 141 will leve Cldverport Ariving Ow&aboro 12:01 P. M. 12:58 P. M. Arriving Henderson 1 :25 P. M. Arriving Evansville 7:40 P. M. Arriving S. Louis 6:-1lejsve Cloverport- P. M. No. 143 will 7:05 P. M. v Arriving HaWesville 8 :07 P. M. Arriving Owensboro 11:37 P. M. NW 145 wiltjrave Cloverport... 12:48 A. M. .Arriving OVrnsboro A. M. .. 1 :40 Arriving Hehflerson 2 :07 A. M. Arriving Evansville 7 :59 A. M. St. Louis. 8:50 A. M. 147 will leave Shops 8:06 A. M. rriving Owensboro 0:15 A. M. rriving Hcndcrsan Effective July 1st, Miss Evelyn Hicks Milliner Cloverport, Ky. Jane Hambleton after spending several week's vacation wilh relatives returned to Louisville on Monday. Mr. Puelett of Hodgenville has returned home after a visit to his daughter, MM C. S. Martin. Mrs. Viola Jackson and Robert Daugherty returned from Dayton last Sunday evening. Mr. Golan Wethington will live in the store house of Mr. Taul and also move the goods bought of Mr. Steve Miss South of Lodi-IiutWalnut Grove Well church. with spring. Tobacco ami strfk sVnv Will sell at a bargan. l'riceyU,00k Buildings alone are W. Bruce, Lodiburg, worth the moRy.-- C ami ' timber. Tfi ac's in Fartmj miles j raws halanrr in Then the Coats for the Ladies there where we make a hit. Come in and take a peek. We have them for Ladies, Juniors, Misses and Children. is We Sell Thrift and War Saving Stamps. M from kWaterrd Ky. Wanted Miscellaneous WAftjirKI) You to make extra money renti that spare room or your vacant qmr by running a Want Ad in THE BCKENRIDGE NEWS. 40 to 100 .ten s A mll farm with dwelling. ImMh-near Cloverport. For further information fMdress The Brecken- nugc iew, v loverpori J. Wilson. Mr. H. L. Stadcr motored to Vine Grove Friday accompanied Dy Miss Alma i erkins who was enroute to her home in Dayton, Ohio. Rex. Watson, Mrs. Watson and little son spent four days of last week the Mrs. Frank Mattingly was the reguests of Mr. and Mrs Conrad Sipple. cent guest of her brother, Mr. Fred Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Jackson and McDonald and Mrs. McDonald in children returned from Louisville, SunEvansville. day evening. Mrs. Taylor Marshall of Skillman, Miss Laura Satterfield has returned and Mrs. Mary Birk of Owensboro, from a week's visit to Miss Annie Allen were guests of Mrs. Jno. C. Jarboe. WANTED i Remember to purchase 4th Liberty Loan Bonds m We I and handakTai is airainst railroads for loss disputed to freight ; adjust ijarli us what you r i i mi IAILROAD and CLAIMS shippers, nmpany, per have. nte Southern Bkfg., make collections. Louisville Claim Louisville, J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. tract. We will week mi k.i egg mumn uc rr. k. Write jEfc raight salary of $:i5.MI with rig to introduce Six months con- Eureka M fg. Co., returned wjnie from a visit in Evansville. .jftliss Ossie Payne of Webster went tqjj Louisville, Saturday. .Mrs. Gc.' Board of Addison was Cloverport, Monday shopping. VV. L. Cannon and son, Sanimie Cannon of Axtel were in Hardins-btirg- , Ttlrs. T. c 1 hn Monday. Miss Essie Kendall of Irvington is the house guests of Miss Margaret Carter' Mrs. Chas Lightfoot went to Louisville. Tuesday to be the guest of Mr. Marion Korshum. Mrs. Fred Newton of Louisville is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Weaver Tatum. Mrs. from Evansville. Mrs. Chas Berry, Jr., of Owensboro, was in Kvansville last Sunday to see Mr. Berry. Mrs. Sam Berry, Jr., and Mrs. C. W. Allen were guests of Mrs. W. A. Cook in Louisville last week. Mr. R. I!. Fierce is in Louisville the guest of his son. Mr. Wallace Pierce and Mrs. Pierce. Miss Irene Taul of Owensboro spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Taul. Mrs. Win. Hoftiious was in Evansville recently to see her father, Mr. Micial Moser. lsadore Brown was the guest of Hilary Powers at Dukes, Ky., Serg. Paul Lewis, Camp Zachary Taylor was the week end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lizzie a visit Geer returned Friday to Mrs. Lovejoy in Tuesday. Miss Thelma Moungie of Bedford. Ind., and Mr. Harvey Wilburn of Louisville are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tate have as their guests this week their daughter, Mrs. C. S. Lamb of Jonesboro, Ark., and Mrs. Tate's brother, Mr. John David Sampley of Illinois. Mrs. Julian Brown returned home Wednesday from a two weeks visit to her brother, Mr. Chas Mattingly and Mrs. Mattingly in Renfrow, Okla. Miss Mayme Baumaun of Webster left Saturday for Louisville where she will entre the Spencerian BusiMrs. Baumaun acness College. companied her daughter. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt left Sept. 15, for Lexington and the following Monday he entered upbn his second year in the University of Kentucky. Mrs. Helen Adams and niece, Miss Mary Owen Oelze have been in Hardinsburg visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heston and Miss Virginia Beard. Mrs. Burl after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hanks daughter, Mrs. Lee Yeager and Mr. Yeager in Louisville. Mr. J. T Jones of Glen Dean, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Allie Thompson of Tar Springs. He was accompanied by Mrs. C. VV. Jones and daughter. Miss Martha Mildred Dr. J. C, 0VERBY DWTlST Ocopyins LocatejJenii:Micntly in HardinshurK. office recently vacated by Walker. Jones. I'riv. Virgil M. PMdl of Camp Clark. Texas who is at home on a furlough to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C T. Fields of Owensboro, was the guest of his brother, I!. T. Fields and Mrs. Fields. Sunday. ; Special Standard Brand R. B McGLOTHLAN Irvington, Ky. Dealer in New and Second Hani ioods. Miss Ruth OT.ryan and sister Miss I Will fltc you big Gussie O'Eryan and brothers, Henri monejjrTUKl help vcuhnv Ambrose and Lewis O'liryan of J,it-tv Bonds. Lome Ti spent Sunday with Serg. , i rii, me. Y Auto Tires To Close i 0 A i bin-po- rt Ti l'aul Lewis at the home of Air. and Parson of Petersburg. to spend a few V., arrived Monday Mrs. J. M. Lewis. Mrs. Jno. L. Babbage, Sr., arrived home Thursday alter a week's visit to her sifters, Mrs. 1). V. l airlcigb and Methodist Church Services. Mi- Ditto in Louisville, and to her daughter. Mrs. William G. Polk and prayer service will The Mr. folk of Cincinnati. be led Wednesday evening by Prof Mrt. Jno. C. Leitch and daughter. O. P. Galloway in the absence of the atMiss Sally John of lien Avon. I'cnn.. pastor, Rev. V. L. Baker who are guests of Mrs. Leitcb's mother, tending the annual Louisville ConThey were ference. Mrs. Rebecca Lightfoot. mid-week - Stock Before End of Season at Old Prices. Write for prices. We pay the freight. - W Kirkham and children, Anna Ruth and Billie Kirkham are visiting Mrs Kirkham's parents, Mr. and "Mrs. W. J. Worden. Mis Ray Harvill of Pyrone, Okla., eit last week for her home after visiting her cousin, Mrs. Marion Weather-hol- t and Mr. Weatherholt. Mrs. A. B. Skillman has returned from a several days visit with her son, Mr. James Skillman and Mrs. Skillman in Louisville. Miss Kathleen Crist has returned from an extended visit to her aunt, Miss Rebecca Ricketts, Fair Haven Home, Schlater, Miss. Mrs. Floyd Carter returned Saturday from a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer King and Mr. and Mrs. Nevitt of Basin Springs. Mrs. Virginia Williams is spending several weeks in Louisville with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Head and Mr. Head. J Lewis. Mrs. weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Xat Tucker. Mrs. J. S. Dejarnette of Kansas City, Mo., spent Friday of last week with her sister, Mrs. J. D. Seaton and Mr. Seaton and from here she went to Hardinsburg to visit her mother, Mrs. Amelia Adkisson. Ifiaa Zivola Kramer, who is attending business college in Louisville was at home for the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer. Mrs. John Wisenburg and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hanks of Stephcnsport. have returned home accompanied here by Mr. Jno. C Leitch and Jno. C. Leitch, Jr., who returned to Ben Avon, Wednesday. Mis Lida Mac English had as her guests Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. nd' Mrs. Fran unginn, auss Litia Mae StarsnaiJ, Misses Messrs Alice and Emma Hagman. Connard Lambert. Carl and Harold Hagman, all of Skillman. Mr. :iik1 lira. P. B. Henwood and family from have moved Grand Porks, N'- D., to Holyoke, Mas., wlurc Mr. Henwood will be a memMrs. ber of a college faculty. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Tate of this place. Hen-WOo- d The Kpworth League will have an open meeting at the regular church hour. 7 :.'!() Sunday evuning. The program will be in charge of Miss Tula BabbagS and it is a quite an in- j teretting .me. The public la in- vilt,, , tlljs nlcl.tinff. FOJjlME E Incorporated FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY v. l t sssss. WILSON, Manager There will not be any church serSunday-schovice on Sunday morning. will be as usual opening at ItAO, also Junior League at '.' o'clock. . I your growing hToteat r4 V . J m TohiaGCO Croi against BULL ATTACKS SOLDIER Man on Scout Duty at Training Camp Has Strange Experience. J. Y. Mnxwi'll of lllmlrn, mi scout duty ut the University of Oregon OSnV ccrs' tminhn; ciimp, brouubt his knowledge of bayonetlinu' Into pbi.v the other day without waiting for tin Instructor to call "enemy" when charged by u bull while crossing u pasture. The the companies were udvtincing on I mile front to the rllle rniigc three Bag from the university for nmchino-gupriictlco at the time- of the Incident. Maxwell was n scout for Company D. He was taking purt in a muneuver In "enemy country." Sudden! ly he Kitw the bull coining. He steppetl to one side and its the uniinal rushed ut him, struck it across the nose with his gun. breaking the stock k of the weapon. The bull did uot a second tiiue. n S by Hail by Insuring with PAUL t g Some Bargains In Breckinridge County Farms No. 1 143 acres in 1 mile of Hard insburg, all level, all fenced with wire, good house, 2 good barns and silo, 65 acres in grass, 05 acres in corn, Price $'J,000 barens, all fenced. No 2 300 acres in 2 miles of Hardinsburg, 225 acre? level, balance rolling, good two story residence, 2 large barns and targe silo, most all fenced with wire, lots of grass. Price $ 14,000. No. 3 88 acres adjoining City of Cloverport, 25 acres of creek bottom, 30 acres second bottom, balance rolling, new five room cottage, 2 barnes, all fenced. Price $5,500. No. 4 70 acres adjoining City of Cloverport, 15 acres ot creek bottom, 30 acres of second bot'.om, on v' side, balance in blue good cottage noose, new birn, all fenced. Tni tract Price $!.00n. and the 88 acres tbove mentioned can be sold together f o desired No. 5 317 aces IVj miles cf Clov' erport, 100 first and second bott 100 acres of levelland out side obbt-tom- , balance rolling witli somaSTouf.'', good 7 or 8 room resideT;e. good barns and out buildiuST most all fenced. Price $, Vn No. 0 284 acrjar in 1 miles of lini-mes MPT MKiX HdinslTlajrg, Ky. ls I in Cheapest anf most liberal cWract the llarket 5 ' mt Cloverport, 15 acres of botTO q !ar.d, balance rolling, with SOUie rough ITS acres of young timber, ordi.tirv l.otrse and barn. I'n.e $:i.2'.t. No. 7 255 acr l si miles cf about 100 !e tti, about 0 rolling, balance rou ih good I vo story residence, good Mrl and out buildings, $1,000 A jr'h of limbtr, most Co-erport." l Something That Wfll Keep You Wai C loaks. all fenced. $: of f. lover-por- t, No. 8 77 teres M all rolling kind all in grass, all under woven wire fence; new brick n'-le Sweater. Raincoats, nt r J house, brick stable. Price $ii ooo. No. 0 145 acres 5 miles from Cloverport, 35 acres level in meado v, balance rolling with some rough, all under fence, old style house, new bam and old barn, about $400 worth of cattage, concrete cellar and cellar UnderweaX Hosiery. Millinery added to her stuck the and they come in ForXMisses and Children, splendid you will fiuJ these cloaksVre very suitable also the spkiFd line of childiViis stockings; the sweateiy in bright pretty coWrs are extremely populaT )re new pattern hats areeing received Miss Atwell has cVirge of the tr!iming department again this year Mrs. Hills M above mentioided TOUGH TO BE FAT Man Gives Up Pound a Day to Get Into Marlnea. A pound of tiesh u day for 15 days will be the sacrifice made to his country by Jack Charles Heud of S.m Kran-clsc- Stopped! stoooed niv its "Yes, A perfectly good watch." watch will stop met in a- in't mi. lei while and stand why it es but a good r can niignty watch rep See soon tell Price $1,050. white oak tnujjer No.aj(fi26 acres i miles from ClaSSerport , 30 acres bood bottom, d, balance hill land, gootf resi dence, 2 good barns, all under good fence. Price $2,100. If intertsted in any of the above named farms call or address, J. D. Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. vas. jt arftles o. ill.... . Ode wait lipictor Ky. Clovcpport City r 1 Witch Clitirpart, Ordara Hacalva Prompt Attention. splendid 7 room residence witg triant ana uacK porcn, summer kitiheaf; cellar and cellar house, good stable, all in good con-dfLot 128 feet fronting R. R. sffeet, running back 175 feet to an alley, large garden spot. yi n. on corner lot.all necessary out buildings, good .tSlr All improvements For prices and as good as new. call or address. terms D. Seaton, Real Estate Agent, J Cloverport, Ky. No. 2 Good two sory residence Head attempted to enlist In the United States marines, but waa told that he wus 15 pounds overweight. He Immediately declared that be would remove the 15 pounds of fatty aubstance within 15 days by taking a special course In dieting and exer cises prescribed by his physician uud would then reappear at the Marlue corps recruiting statlou. Shylock didn't have a thing on the murines," declared Iteud. "He only wanted one pound of flesh these fellows want fifteen. Gee, it's tough to be a fat man." tbif-fweek. MRS. ETHEL HILL! Cloverport Ky. PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. f IS- SV' r r ' 'M l1' ' i' '.'s - H 1 ! 3 i 1 Vrl U. S. Soldiers Were First to uross tne uurcq Led by Lieut. Patrick Dowling of New York. Keep Going That's the only way to win, and Lieutenant "Pat" Dowling knew it, when he plunged into the Ourcq with his little detachment from the "Fighting Keep on going with a whoop! They'll do it, our boys "over there;" whatever regiment they belong to, whatever section of this great country they came from. They'll GET THERE, too; if we follow their example and keep going here at home. Sixty-Ninth- ." troops have played a wonderful part la the recent AMERICAN certh of the Marne. By the capture of the town of Scrgy and Roncheres beyond the Ourcq. the great German they aided tbe French In taking s peckct. base near the centre of the mm firr.t to cross the Ourca River, the entire northern bank of which It now held by the Allies. Lieut. Patrick cricgca-et-NeilcRhclnis-Solsson- Dcwllng of New York led the first dozen men. With him were Corpl. The old Ja:ncd McGovern and Private Thomas Lyden of Brooklyn. C9th of New York, now the 1651b. aided the Allies In crossing the river. courage. Their The Americans are ilshtlng desrorately and with e fighting, In capture of Scrgy waa brilliant, and Included enemy. wbloh the Yankees took terrible toll of the i Tan I Our work is cut out for us, as plain as theirs is for them. Keep them fit; give them everjr piece of fighting gear they need, to do their job up brown. Send as many million men as can be used to finish it up quick. Pont let the s ON The faster we keep going the faster our boys "over there" will go. Let's set the pace in Liberty Loan subscriptions. We can finish up this Fourth Loan in two days if every one will 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 help win the war, the following firms and individuals have patriotically contributed the money to pay for this and other advertisements Of the Fourth Liberty Loan: Be a Volunteer September 28th and 29th Will BeWolunteer 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. Do not wait for some one to come after your subscription. Show that you, too, can volunteer for your Country's ssrvice, just as our boys "over there" did. ) our boys across the Rhine. It is up to us to buy bonds with every uninvestecfNdollar we own, plus every dollar we can save by careful, irugal living for six months to for your bonds. You can make your first payment from cash in the bank, and take care of the balance out of your daily, weekly come. You don't have to pay alrash or monthly savings. 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 good interest every six months. After the war, the bonds will be worth more than you paid for them. Don't hesitate to do your duty and do it quickly. "Don't let the SON go down." Jas. J. Burke Hi L. Stader Figure out now the very maximum you can subscribe. Be ready when Volunteer Days come. This is no time measures. Half-wa-y for half-wa- y measures won't push This I. con BjMCt is patriotically contributed by the following btUMMlfl men of Cloverport: C. G. MeGavoch l C. R. ('. W, rinmin heatley Ton Carter S. L. U Lightfoot E, B. Phelps S. D. WttlOB W. L. McCrackeH Brabandt Lewis Fi A. Oelze J M J. P. Keith Jas Seaton Chas Burke THjfiRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. PAGE 7 REDS KILL AMERICANS Bol. sAfe Pad(4 to Put m RUSS Your Money U. S. Cltlisns SlooaMered bv the hevikl, Says Copenhagen Dispatch. increase supply of chicken: and eggs (rrepjtrr.l hy tin- - L'nltir1 Plates Department of Agrlcullun.) Kvery commercial breeder, every farmer, every back-yarpoultry raiser, Is uracil to keep these alms steadily In view: 1. Keep belter poultry. Stand-aibred poultry Improves the quality and Increases production. healthy, vigorous Select breeders to produce strong chicks. .'!. Hatch early to produce fall and w inter layers. 4. Preserve eggs when cheap for home use. ". Produce infertile eggs, except for hatching. ti. Cull the Mocks to eliminate unprofitable producers. back-yar7. Keep a small flock to supply the family table. 8. Crow as much poultry feed as possible. 0. Kal more poultry ami eggs to conserve the meat supply. d ANK OF CLOVERPORT BRECKINRIDG and - W, A ur SAVINGS STAMPS A. B. SKILLMAN. Preside troops, acting under (Men, WIS Standi SAVED lng there H the alert; and after II peep at the sight of n woman, nt American womnn Into the hurgaln (here in the midst of that shell fire they made haste to help Miss riarl Into the trench. They oven tried tr tuck her Into n sheltered corner In one of the the mnn there giving tip his place. Miss Clark, how ever, would not let him move: anr taking her chance with the soldiers she stood up nmnng them. Shells were again falling everywhere Presently a runner brought in tin news that the regimental chaplain inn been killed, and that the colonel's or derlv had been slain also while stand lng beside the colonel. A later run I zlg-zng- RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Actine FROM DEATH BY STEEL Cashier Y.M.G.A. WOMAN UNDER FIRE CF GERMAN GUNS Boston Young Woman Has ar Unusual Experience. IN TRENCH WITH SOLDIERS HELMET AIRMEN TAKE MEALS WHILE ON THE WING Tea. Lettuce Sandwiches ful and Cucumber Mike DelightLunch 6.000 Feet Up. Copenhagen, Kcpl. are being ruthlessly slaughtered by the bolshevik! Ill Km da. according to Information reset red here. There is n official confirmation of the reports yet. Oihers have been arrested. Much American properly has been sez.. Following a meeting of the Soviets orders were given o arresl all allied nabjeels. The bolshevlkl have openly allied themselves with C'Ttniiny for military operations u northern staesta (the Kurman coast), subjects ,,r ins Bv ropean allied nallons are being killed by the bolshevlkl, ll was said. 12 Airplane Deaths In Week. Washington, Sept. gf, Twelve airplane accidents at army aviation fields throughout the country during the Week ended Beptemhet 14. are reported In a summary Issued by the war V In I'npland tin varying beauties of the hndjecnpe make a cross eumitrji flight full of Interest; but In the eastern theater, of Am war, like Palestine department. Mesopotamia, India and Bast Africa, airmen frequently have to fly hundreds of mil s of monotonous desert or SIGN In of Fierce Bombardment for Keeps Her Nerve During Storm of Noise and Bursting Metal Boche Flings About Everything He Has Into Village Orderly Saves Colonel's Life. Midt Four Hours ner brought the report that the order ly had saved the colonel's life bj leaping In front of his cominandei when the shell burst. The lire now w as a mixture of shrnp ncl and high explosive shells. forest. "At t.ne place In East Africa." wrlKm W. Walmsley of the R. A "the German lines were separated from our aerodrome by nearly 00 miles of dense, uninhabited brush; anil n more uninteresting land-cacould not bo Imagined. Bach day we had to fly over the dreary wilderness and back again, after making our reconnols-Hnnc- LMt By MAXIMILIAN FOSTER. An experience not often shored bj women In this wsir was Hint of Miss Mary (). Clnrk of Boston, Muss., now Jt t a Y. M. C. A. canteen worker Ir Prnnce. For no less thtin four hours Miss Chirk wns In the midst of a fierce bombardment by the Bochf (tuns, part of the time lyinj: with n detachment of American soldiers In an open trench. In the same attack Inter two Hod Triangle workers. Dr. John Brownlee Voorhees of Hartford Conn., nnd E. W. Ballew of Loxlnir-tonIII., were hit by shell splinters Injured. f and severely The village where Miss Dark's canteen is situated Is In an advanced position close to the front line trenches Until the day in question, a Sunday the Huns bad not paid much attention to this particular part of France beHowever, in this parhind the lines. ticular part of the war zone, the Ton! sector, there Is no telling where his morning's hate will break forth. Tr this case, apparently, he was only bid lng his time to wipe this particular village off the map. The day dawned brilliant with sunShortly after 8' a. m. Miss shine. Clark was gelling ready for break fast when the first shell sailed Ir over the roof tops, nnd landed In e dump-hennot more than .r0 yards 01 The firsl so from her open window. ernsh did not stnrtle the Y. M. C. A worker. She looked out jusf in time fly skyward, do to see the dump-heaoi scendinsr nresentlv in showers brl ck, dirt, farmyard and other debris A second shell followed immediately npon which pandemonium broke lnos In the hamlet. The detachment ol American troops billeted there cam pouring out of doorways and windows ali Intent on seeing what was golnf. on: and with them came a few scatter lng French peasants, ttie remnant ol p p . were failing everywhere, and when out of the big ones haded tl. re was an eruption of brick, stone nnd tiling that filled the surrounding landscape. "What did you do?" Miss Clark was asked. "Do? Why. when the soldiers ducked, I ducked too. There was nothing else to do," Woman Keeps Her Nerve. Occasionally (here were brief lulls In the firing. None of then lasted more than n few minutes, and each evidently was a trick on the part of the Hun to entice the unwary Into the open. At any rate, the tiring would cease for two or three minutes, when It would hurst upon the town again In n sudden deluge of flame and Hying steel. Anyone caught out at this instant wns nlmost certain to suiter. Miss Clnrk does not profess she wasn't frightened. Thnt storm of noise and bursting metal would have frightened nnyone. However, the soldiers nil ngree thnt the womnn "Y" worker kept her nerve during all the Now and then a shell trying ordeal. would fall close to the trench in which she was standing, but fortunately none Again and fell into the trench Itself. again, though, the soldiers in the trench begged Miss Clark to crawl into the comparative safety of the angle, but this she refused to do. "I'm Wall! - I pe ' ' jai c. the village's former population. Time to Move. As the shells by this time were full lng thickly among the roofs and alleys near by, Miss Clark decided II was time to seek some less exposed Accordingly she locked hei position. trunk, and picking up what small valu nbles she had with her, she made hei wny Into the street. A French peasant was Just passing Miss Clark recalled that the WOmal was wasting no time, but as she saw Miss Clark she paused long enoogt to Inquire: "Are you afraid, Miss?' Miss Clark hasn't decided yet whethei she was at that exact instant: however, she shook her head, when th French woman, bidding her to follow made off down the village street. Halfway to the end of the street thi T. M. C. A. worker encountered th Colonel In command of the billeted troops. He and the regimental chap lain were looking out of their qunr here. I'm a womnn, and I'm useless. I'll stay w here I am." was the reply the soldiers say she er.ir--. However, And there she stnyvd. along toward noon the bombardment abruptly ended, nnd after waiting to make sure it hnd, the soldiers urged Miss Clark to make her escape. As the cloud of smoke nnd dust settled, she climbed out of the trench, and made her way along the now ruined street to the regimental headquarters. There was ruin everywhere along the way. The Boche, evidently in a (he shells made when they came roar- News. fury at the punishment our boys had ing toward us, then burst. The worst Intllcted on him ti day or so before, part of the experience was when our had Hung about everything he bail boys began dropping Into the trench into the village. The main part of with an account of the casualties. it. of course, was shrapnel and me- ""You ought to see his head's dium caliber shells, but mixed in with shot off," they'd report: or "They got were a number of Hie huge Austhis I helped to scrape him up." trian high explosive shells. Where One or two of the victims they told they fell they had wreaked devasta- about I knew personally, and It was tion to the surrounding walls. Stem' dreadful to learn they bad gone." and brick tilled the street; and there Miss Clark, in spite of what she were craters where the high explo- went through. Is not any the worse sives had landed. for her experience, but In spite of her No Place for a Woman. appeals, the Y. M. C. A. has decided At headquarters Miss Clark found to have her work in a less exposed the colonel.,. Ho hnd a gash on his position. ' "Willi hands nnd feet off the controls, the type of machine we were then employing would Jag along for BIOS sckNi I ti. FimMm hours without the slightest attention i. r I'rr.l.lrnt CIIAS. .. II AItltIS, on the part of the pilot, and life beIt II. UNDSEY, Secretary came distinctly boring, until nt last So Hint all may see what saved Ids we hit on tin' happy idea of taking up life, :iiis British "Tommy" on his way with us selections from our very limto the field dressing station is proudly ited library. "One of the effects of (lying Is to exhibiting his steel helmet. A piece of shrapnel has torn a hole threejgh make one feel very djrtlWSJ ; so our it and has WMndod him In (he head. choice lay chiefly with the lightest litHad it not been lor the helmet his erature. Most of the flying men had CULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING BUM would have been SjnOOg those on a favorite novel, and old copies of 321 CUTUPHE STREET, North of PoatolTicc LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 'Punch,' 'La Vie I'arlslenne,' etc., made the casualty list. frequent flights, in successive Bights young men nnd women tor zSusmess or a Civil nService3 ains a t .l a. Do you get up .it night? Sanol is surely I read the whole of Rider Haggard's itx All who desire to quality tor either or botn lines oi the best lor all kiilncy or MsdAaf trouhlts. 'Ayesha,' and really it was most fas- positions. ployment should write tor full information at once. Sanol gives relief in 1M hours from all cinating to glance over the side of the ISal bladder troubles. Sanol is a guarfuselage and see the very country anteed remedy. 50c and SI. on a bottle, at around which this thrilling romance the drug store. 'iiiiiiinir is woven, "Sometimes n rare occurrence n cheek, a memento CI the shell that had killed his orderly; and as he saw Miss! mail arrives just as we are setting To get rid of that Tired, Bilious, Half-Sic- k Chirk his relief was evident. DlrV out. Pocketing the most promising of sion headquarters, he announced, had tlte delicately perfumed envelopes, we Feeling, take a dose of would open and read them on the way w ired over, ordering her to be" re-moved from the town at the first op--1 (,ut to the Hun do our reconnolssance portlinltj. Besides the chaplain and ami wnie replies to lliem on the way A friend showed me one of the Cotenel'S orderly there had been back. other casualties; so that it manifestly (lies,- letters the other day and it was not a place for a woman, Kven might have been written on one's Stomach, It though Miss Clnrk protested at being study table, so far as legibility is conBowels Liver made to leave her charge. army or- cerned. several occasions we took along ders are inexorable; and thnt afterIt's a man's remedy that gjoaajahl the right spot. Puts life and noon a Y. M. C. A. car took her back with us a flask of tea and had quite a activity into the torpidBWrTTTtrcngtliens the stomach and digestown out of range of the German delightful little meal or lettuce and to n. tion and purities atJagPJulatcs jne bowels. A timely dosfl of this cucumber sandwiches li.Ooo feet or guns. excellent syslcrHgeFgulaUir and bowel tonic will Oftentimes ward so from the ground. The deep, 011 a spell (dpneknesa. "It was prety thrilling," said Miss roar of our trusty engine alriA- .. .. Clark. "I shall never forget the sight kri , VJ M.LUVlii, no. W IAS. Jg'uaLL.lKU, Proprietor of those huge shells landing every- ways made an effective orchestra." where about me, raking down the Keep the bouts boys smiling h walls of the houses I had come to sending t he The Brefckenridg in know. Neither can I forget the sound ilrtiKgi.-as- Preserve Eggs for Winter. It is the duty of every farmer not "Die Wacht Am Rhine" Painted Oil only in preserve eggs Cat his own use. St. Louis Saloon. Indignation expressed by rest Inn to urge his friends living In town dents in the neighborhood has oaueet la preeorva eggs' tor next fail ami winowners of building nt Broadway unc ter gad Lntnl streets, St. Louis, formerly ocHens in Confinement. cupied by n saloon known as "Il ileus like freedom but good feed Wacht am Hhine," to paint out tin Saloon sign With whitewash. Tin urn' care reconcile them to conllne-ment- a Mature, ragged birds often lay place has been vacant for six years but the name. In black letters on o teoi'e eggl iii cln.se confinement than when at liberty. white background, was annoying. WAS TOO ANNOYING WWWWWWWW Commercial School m hack-ach- in:'" Pi: 25C2 X2 1 - HEROINE Cleanses the and "n com-foriah- ' SuM !'V all Ptnnt is 27 inches long, 14 incite wide, 21 inches Mats An Actual Economy In Farm Use Early application will secure desirable territory for dealers. watching the bursting shells us there wns u lull now they invited Miss Clark to Join then at brenkfnst. The purty wns hardly seated wher aguln uproar broke loose. At th same time regimental messenger-brough- t the news that already ther were several casualties In the town Things Dentin to happen then, on after another. A shell pitching ovel the roof tops laid waste u neur-house, nnd wns followed Iminedlatelj by another still nearer. "You'll hav to move out of here," the colonel tolc Miss Clark. Down the street, Jusl beyond the town limits, was a refuge trench laid out for Just this emergency, and the colonel directed Mlsi Clark towurd It. Once she was head ed in the right way. the colonel anc the chaplain went off to see what waf taking place elsewhere. Takes Chance With Soldiers. 'It was evidently much. Miss Clark When she reached the trench, found A It already oceuiiled section ol ters, However, b The thiXfr that Scwes time or labor or both is an econor Lalley-Ligsaves time and labor. 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We offer trafc us snmll as l Wlte us for full particulars. 615Bouth Third Street Southern Motdrs Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. BUY OLD FALSE TEETH n pi-- WE- - ken or upr). I,.,,, ItV taflTill l!.m to $35.00 irt (lru- We aUu pay actual value tor ,,M nl.l i,i Silver ami Urid.tr work. m HK v lv parcel pott and receive caah mail. idUER'S Dept. X, TOOTH So. 6th St SPECIALTY Philadelphia, Pa. 11007 a I PAGE pw 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY ity ip iy wwr ww - - ni - - .. .. - Pianos and Players Wo have been appointed direct factory reprcscnativr (or ttic Waltham This immense well known mnntfacturing Piano Co., Wilwai'kcr, Wis. institution makes tlie world famous Waltham Pianos and I'laycr pianos. They have arranged H place this first shipment to the first lucky purcha?crs throughout my territory at special factory prices in order to quickly introduce these pianos, as the manufacturer takes this method rather than the expensive, long drawn out. better known advertising methods usually EARLY FALL SALE Take Merchandise is Low Prices and purchase NOW. 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Will he glad to demons) vice and other modem controls. o Srwrial usl ( 'hihlrcns' a received handkerchiefs: eachsK. complete line of .Toskeao- 4c ginghami lot of Ladies Shoes in all leathers, pat. leather, dull calf and Russia tan in button and lace; sixes 2.V' to 4. Valuei up to $4.00 toe lot of .Men's shoes in all leathers. In small sizes only )ne $1.98 $2.48 Men's good quality socks; colors blue, tan and gray 12c Men's blue Work Shirts; while 95c they last; great values To close out all our $1.60 and 89c $1.25 Bungalow Aprons ( X. T. Thread in l()(i yd. ,"C spools v Voile House Dresses; all sizes 98c All of our Ladies' 85c handker19c chiefs: each . Department All our $1. and $1.50 house dresses, voiles and ging- - AO Ov hams; splendid values Ladies fannellete peticoats... 98c Grocery Department 1 lb. Royal Blue Coffee, Saturday Only, and only 2 lbs. to a " All our ; Ladies' our 10c 90c I hiefAll each of handkerc12c 5c handkerchiefs: each customer; per lb box of .'! bars Dr. Boyd's O"! -Toilet Soap 1 bar of "Snowberry" 9c soap bar of Palm Olive soap 11c 4c Jumbo Pencil Tablets 1 Q, SIX 1 cheviots and percales at lowest pricci Be patriotic and carrj as raanyI your parcels home as you can, Uncle Sam asks us lighest pru for produce. Lm COHEN, Proprietor Clover port, Ky Kissam. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Herman of Tell City, were the guests Sunday of her Miss Marion Dix was the week end guest of Miss Lucile Hardin at Holt. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haynes Mrs. Willie Basham and children near Union Star. Miss Mary E. Horn of Vine Grove,, of near Sample were weekend guests is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Cliff of relatives here. Mis. F. D. Hawkins was the guest Pool. Mrs. Mat Basham of near New last week of her daughter, Mrs. H. J, Bice at Hawesville. Bethel Is the guest this week of her Miss Ruth McCubbins of Flardins-bur- g daughters, .Mesdames 1 mius, Stewart was the week end guest of her and Dieckman. grandmother. Mrs. M. A. McCubbins. Miss Liss Cashman of Union Star, Quarterly meeting was held F'riday is the guest of her brother, A. B. and Saturday at the M. E. church, Cashman. Bro. Rushing being present. Mrs. Mary T. Payne returned Fri-- . Mrs. Sam H. Dix was in Irvington, day from Big Spring where she was Saturday. called by the death of her sistcjf', Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp were Sallie A. Morris. Mrs. Nannie Sills was the guest guests of relatives in Tell City, Friday and Saturday. Sunday of Miss Allie Hugh of Mrs. R. A. Barbee of Louisville, Owensboro. was the guest of relatives and friends Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell ors here last week. Prof, H. A. Ater of Irvington was the birth of a daughter, Mildred in town Sunday. Loraine, Sept. :10. Miss Leota Wegenast left Monday Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Carr of Alton, for Kingswood where she will enter Ind.. and Miss Lila Conner of Derby, school. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mis. A. B. Cashman is the guest Eugene Conner. of relatives at Owensboro. Mrs. F'red Bogel and little brother, Miss Corine Kemp of Louisville is Freddie Hickerson of Louisville are the guest of her parents, Mr. and guests of her sister. Mrs. J. M. Shell-ma- n Mrs. Ferry Kemp. and Mr. Shellman. Mrs E. J. Bandy left last week for Miss Mable Shellman spent SatSomerset where she will spend the urday the guest of Miss Margaret winter with her daughter. Mrs. E. A. Dutschke at Holt. aoooooe HARDINSBURG Kinciteloe came WedCnoncil Bluff. Mo., to lie tlie guest of Mr. ami Mrs. A. X. She will lie joined SunKinclieloe. day ly I'riv. Kincheloe from Ft. Thomas anil will return with him to Cincinnati, Sunday night. Mrs. Chine Warren of Mt. Vernon. 111., arrived Tuesday to visit with her sou, Mi It N. Warren and Mrs. Mrs M. B. nesday from Warren. daughter. I Mr. Alfred Taylor accompanied his Miss Louise TajrlOf to Louisville where she took a train for Hidden, W. Ya and will teach school John Skillman and other relatives there in place of returning to the near town. studies Panl Bat ham has bought the residThe farmers here are busy getting ence on front street owned by Mrs. in their tobacco before frost. Mary File. The rain has brought out the late Mr. II. II. l'enick and son, D. T. gardens Pcnick of Custer wren in town ThursMiss Edith Haswcll arrived from day on business. Mr and Mrs. R. II. l'enick and t in lcvillc. Ohio, Wednesday evening 1111(11 ( Itlll IIS ..I , and will he tlie guest of her uncle, J. .( c 's .uaiic in iiiinaio, wvie uie I'. Harwell. St.. and Mi. and Mrs. gicsis ol Mr. and Mrs. Fort Komine Godfrey Haswell and family. Uejaructte of Missouri the week end. Mrs. Stuart )n Monday the two families went to visited with Mr and Mrs Alvin Skill- - ' Ctttter to visit Mr. R. MJ l'enick beman ami Mis Nannie Atkissou. After fore he breaks up house keeping. leaving Ilanlinsburg s!ie continued The elder Mr. l'enick will make his her visit with friends and relatives in home with Mr. and Mrs. Routine. Bethel neighborhood where she and Brock of Louisville Clave and her husband were reared and made David l'enick of Custer have to- their home until moving to Missouri. er bought the Tom Macy farm Mi (lata lie Delia 90 u ill ncai' I laniinburtf. M r. Bruck will at . V , "1 l once move his family from Louis- enthusiastic that it has made me feel ville into the (ram resilience. Doubt-lea- t that although I can't carry a gun I Mi l'enick and family will make have been able to do my bit in ray their home in Cloverport this winter own little way. Said little cockney c in ii as Mrs. l'enick is teaching the eight o til ft mt.'o ii'linn grade room in the Cloverport PubUc him on the loss of his arm, 'Lor' school. luv'ye, Miss Janus it moight 'ave been Lei Pool will move into the late worse. Oi noight 'ave lost me Amos Board residence recently pur- hevesight an' then I shouldn't 'ave chased by him of Mrs. Board as soon been liable to see you. Miss.' as it is vacated. "Could one ask for a greater re'helps Mrs. N'etie finished her ward?" . Monday. household goods Thursday. She will Mr and Mrs. Owen Jolly and ctlild- - visit Mrs. John Heeler at Kirk a ren have returned home after a ples- -' while before she leaves for her new OFFERS NEW CURE ;t ii t visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin home. and her mother. Mrs. Skitlmatl FOR GAS GANGRENE Mr. and Mrs. Adkiaaon. Nannie lolh also visited with Mr. and Mrs. and primary teach kindergarten grade work in the graded school at began her She Tenn. Gallitin. tchool duties Monday. Mi-- s Ida Dowell of Garfield, is the guest of Judge and Mrs. I). 1). Dowell and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell this week. Byroil De.larnettc has decided to make medicine his profession. begin on his studies in Louisville, 1 T 1 I STEPHENSPORT i IRVINGTON Hike to Heicks j i For Hardware If you are at any time thinking of remodeling your home, or if you are in need of any style of Locks, Padlocks, or anything in the Builders' Hardware Line, remember we are agents for the best line made. WRITE ANY US FOR NOTE THE TRADE MARK INFORMA- TION ALONG THI8 LINE. LOCKS AND HARDWARE WE ALSO CAR-RGARAGE HARDWARE, BARN DOOR RAIL, ETC. ESTIMATES micit CHEE RFULLY GIVEN J ALL h I X t-- av PU Mi INCOHrORATII. mmmm I MAIL ORDERS Writ PI TOW w PBMPTIY Bet s3Z &C StS. Mrs. Harry Hell of Guston is France Uses Discovery With her sister, Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft. Success. Word 'has been received that Leslie R Jones of l'ordsville has been ser- Thp discovery by n iouslv wounded in France. We hope the wound is not fatal as everybody Brooklyn army surgeon of n new soalways thought Leslie such a good lution which promises to revolutlon- Izc wotind treatment at the battle boy. Mrs. J. I. Johnson returned home front and to eradicate the terrors of Is known In wartime surgery as Saturday after visiting her parents. whatgangrene, Is reported In n special gas B, X. McGlothlan for several days. cable dispatch to the Brooklyn Kagle, Wilbur Brita of Lewis port spent dated from Faris. The dispatch says : several days with his brothers, Virgil "The discovery of a new solution against gas gangrene was announced Brita and Fred Brite. Gucdry llramletle returned to Lou- before the American Bed f'ross Reisville Sunday to resume her alwltts search society in Furls by Ma.i. James T. I'ilcher of Mo. tfj Gates avenue, at City Hospital. Brooklyn. To gas gangrene In wound Mr. and M r J. D. Crues wan in Infections is due the majority of limn Louisville. Wednesday, amputations. Major PlUhsti new daughter. Martha Howe spent Saturdmethod of proceeding against it Is one ay- in Louisville. of the Important medical discoveries Mr. and Mis. S. B. Payne of of the war. spent Sunday with Mr. and "The new solution already has been M rs. A. T. Drane. used by Pr. I'ilcher extensively in llesdamei M. Brooks and J. W. wound cases of the more serious type, with surprisingly good results, tt overWhisil were in Louisville, Monday. InMiss Mary Henry returned Monday comes inany of the difficulties In other agents of the BJHM visit to her sister, Mrs. Ed. herent from a class. Thomas in Louisville. "The chief attributes of the new Mrs. A. T. Adkins and children re- remedy are simplicity of preparation, turned Saturday from Dallas, Texas. stability and the ease with which It Mrs. Nora Board accompanied her ean he concentrated for transportason, Jack to Klkton, last Tuesday tion. Its strength is easily varied without Impairing Its properties, and where he entered school. Mr. A I! Suter left Sunday for his it Is suitable for the initial treatment n or home in Cincinnati to be gone for of wounds at dressing stations liospltujs. weeks. several "Qiilno-loruio- l Is tlie name given to The revival closed F'riday night it by the originator of the solution. It with good success. contains quinine, acetic and hydroHay nes Trent made a business chloric acids, formalin and thymol, merged into a strong salt solution. trip to Louisville last Tuesday. Mr Mat F. 1'apne was in Louisville "Results thoroughly tested and checked at the Auteuil hospital durFriday on business. The Public Sale of J. M. Compton ing the reeent influx of seriously wounded troops were revolutionizing Friday, Sept. J7. in the advance indicated over tlie present wonnd treatment procedure, many What Reward Could be Greater? cases of gas bacillus infection being rendered sterile within a few days. Miss Elsie Janis, who has been in "Doctor i'ilcher, in telling of the France for more than six months, new treatment, modestly emphasized singing and entertaining soldiers in that the new solution is not a cure-a- ll nor panacea, but is applicable only training camps and hospitals, sayt in The Red Cross Magazine for Oct- where proper surgical methods ul ready have bean taken. Application ober: of the solution la identical with that "Every soldier, from general to of the Carrel-Dakltreatment, which doughboy, to whom I have ever sung often has been used In conjunction has always been so grateful and so with well-know- n , Hard-iiisburg evue-uation quino-foruiol." Brooklyn Surgeon With Army in What ever you sell you want to market where you get good returns and good treatment. t Sugar Creek Service stands out as an example of courteous, prompt and efficient handling of your cream. made up of the very top price for fcbutterfat and absolute satisfaction to you. is I It Try aome cream today Our Prioa for cretin now 6SC. SILO R CREEK CREAMERY CO. Evansville, j Ind.