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The Breckenridge news: October 2, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918100201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 2, 1918 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1 50 a 2. 1918 Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. 8 VOL. XLIII. CLOVERPORT. THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. Pages No. 14 CLOVERPORT BOYS LAND MRS. S. A. MORRIS' THIS MAN HAS TEN WILL PROBATED COUNTY COURT Devises Most of Her Estate To Nearest Relatives. J. L. Morris Executor. The will of Mrs. Sallic V Morris llig Spring provides that her remains be interred in the IfOffM burial lot near llig Spring, by the side of her late husband, A. K. Mor-ti- : ami that a suitable head and foot stone mark their resting place, same to be purchased and set up by her She desired that all her executor. just ilpbts be paid by her executor. She devised to Shelby Cleveland M0 in cash, all her poultry, ft leather bed and covers for same. She devised to the Methodist personage at Dig Spring, one wooden bed stead ami wardrobe. To her niece. Margaret J. Scott she bequeathed a stand table that she always kept in her living room: To her sister, Mary T. Payne a set of reed bottom chairs Her silver spoons were to be divided equally between Mary T. Payne, Addle Brown, Taylor Scott, her sist- ters and brother: Margaret J. Scntt. ll race Scott. ( ha. Scott and Arthur School, my niece and nephews: and rands ami Horace Scott Beard, children of her niece, Hstelle Heard, Of SONS IN THE DRAFT. OVERSEAS Members of the 84th Division Arrived Last Week. Seven From Here. Corp. Sterrett Ashby, Corp. Floyd Carter, 1st Class Priv. Horace Tucker, 1st Class Priv. Simon Smart. Pvts. Jno. Hall. Earl Beavin and Ollie Clark all of whom are Clover-por- t boys and members of the M4t!i Division have landed overseas according to messages received by their families last week. The first three named were among the first boys called from here in the draft of September 1917. They were all as'signed to the ::si Infantry, Camp ZacTiary Taylor, and this spring they were transferred to Camp Sherman, Chillicothe. O. The other four boys have only been in service a conipar-tivel- y short time. Another Breckinridge county boy Ira D. Stone who is in the 84th Division landed at the same time with He is the son the Clovcrport boys. of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stone of 4 Hardinsburg. Ky. I'ranklin distinguished father from the fact that if ial) i Sept. :I0, (Specof Harned is a these war times necessary he can m6 sr&f c aZr&&- - furnish L'ncle Sam with ten tine soldiers. Mr Nix has ten sons, ages ranging from is ,, 41 two of whom are already in service and the other eight have been included in the two Their names are: drafts Richard, Iredrick, Oscar. Jesse. Milton, I'ranklin Nix. Miller, Taylor. Murray, Orville and CHANGES MADE IN METHODIST PULPITS Rev. Richards Assigned Here New Pastors for Irving-to- n Hardinsburg. Several changes were made in the Conference of Methodist ministers this year owing to the limited n timber of ministers, many of the younger men having gone into the V. M. C, A. work anl Chaplaincy Rev. W. ). Richards, formerly of Woodlawn. Owensboro. was assigned to this place to succeed Rev. VV. L, Rev. R. L. Sleamaker laker goes to Irvington to take Rev. H. P. Louisville dip- Cloverport Saleswoman For Liberty Loan. Mrs. Frank Ferry Chairman of the sales department of the Women's, Liberty Loan work for Cloverport. has appointed on her committee the following solicitors: Misses Louise 0 si s deceased. Whitehead, Mary Jo Mattingly, Addie McGavock. Mary Owen Oelze, Ray Lewis Heyser, Eleanor Reid and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. To all Liberty Loan Workers. Irvington, Ky. Sept. 30, (Special) Authority has been received from Washington permitting the use of automobiles 'or Liberty Loan Work on Sunday, prior to and during the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign. All automobiles so used be placared with the words "Liberty Loan," in order to avoid criticism or questions. It is hoped that Liberty Loan workers will not abuse this privilege. W. J. Piggott. County Chairman. fhSAsts' 0 fiS? Cum-4- du SolaJL nuu" CUsrOt U 7 jtmv&L " Oui Ryan's place. Rev. Baker and Rev. Ryan will be chaplains in the U. S. Army. Rev. B. F. Wilson goes to Hardinsburg and Rev. C. B. Gentry to Stephensport. The presiding elder for the Owensboro district will be Rev. L. K. May. Mr. H. C. Priest Injured. Rev. J. T. Rushing goes to the Mes-sic- k Memorial, Louisville and Dr. T. Mr. H. C. Priest had his back painP. Goodwin will have charge of the fully injured late Monday afternoon Temple. Dr. Lewis Powell succeeds when he fell off the rear of a motor Dr. S. J. Thompson who was made truck while he was assisting in mov- presiding elder of the Louisville dising his furniture. He is not reporttrict. ed as being seriously hurt altho he is Rev. Richards wil be here to confined to his room at the Cloverport preach his first sermon in the Clov- The balance of her property to be divided between her heirs. Taylor Scott. Mary T Payne, Addic Brown. Margaret J. Scott, Horace. Charles and Arthur Scott. She appointed her step- - son, John L. Morris her executor without bond. The will was dated the 10th day of February KMC,. Witnesses J. L. Morris and Shelbv C. Best. equally Hotel. Mr. the Priest is engine L. H. & St. L. shops. crport Methodist inspector of morning. church. Sunday ILLUSTRATED NO Another Cloverport Boy Safely Landed. Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Morrison have received word to the effect that their son. Bernard Morrison had landed safely overseas. Pvt. Morrison was inducted into serv ce in SeptemSer i'i'7 and he spent his days of training at Camp Taylor and Camp Sher man being with the Engineers Corps. A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Morrison's other son. Murricl who was wounded la action some time ago, stated that he hoped to be out of the hospital soon and wanted to get back on the tiring line. COMPROMISE LECTURES WITH GERMANY, THIS WEEK On Soil Science and Seed Corn By J. W. Harth Oct. 2, 3, 4 and 5. Illustrated Lectures will be given this week by County Agent llarth on Soil Science and Seed Corn at the Wednesday night, following places: Mook; Thursday night, Union Star; Friday night. Hardinsburg; and SatTwo sets urday night at Mc Daniels. of slides will be used to illustrate the The subject of different subjects. Soil Science is a very important one successas it takes up many lactors fully raising niaxiuni crops and keeping up the fertility of the soil. This big subject is thoroughly gone over and many important details are made plain by the pictures and explanation of them. Fall selection and care of seed corn will also be taken up at the meeting. The meeting at Hardinsburg will be held at the Court House and according to t ho usual interest ami at tendance at the meeting a large crowd is expected 111 ASSERTS WILSON President i in Speech at New York Says Enemy Must Pay the Price. I DEMANDS JUSTICE FOR ALL JURORS NAMED FOR CIRCUIT COURT WEEK Opens Monday October 7, 1918 Judge J. R. Laymar Presiding. The following juriors have been named to serve during Circuit l ourt which convene! in Hardinsburg, Monday I Id 7. The grand jury A. F. Claycomb, Clyde consists of: N. l.yddan, W. N. Peters, B as ham, K. O. Basham, J. P. Keith, J. F. Duts-chkKd Goatly, C. H. Claycomb, B. L. Declares Enemies Have Made It Impossible to Come to Peace Terms Huns Are Without Honor and Do Not Intend to Do i Thil space contributed by The Hreckcnride Nou s Justice. COUNTY'S QUOTA MISS LOIS CAYCE MARRIED. ALVA ROYALTY New York, Sept. 30. President Wilson, before an Immense audience Id !the Metropolitan Opera House here jlust night delivered the most smash-linwar address of his career. In words that Unclad with the spirit of America in the great struggle, the president reiterated the purposes fi r which the civilized world is fight-linand made It plain that the only jpeace we can consider is the peace of victory. The president showed his faith In tl e nation by devoting only a few words to the Liberty loan, He declared he knew the country would do Its part. He spoke to n wildly enthusiastic laudleuce, which let him know bis would not be misplaced. Text of Address. The president spoke lu part as g g ' s: "My Fellow Citizens: I am not here to promote the loan. That will be done ably and enthusiastically done by the hundreds of thousands of loyal and tireless men and women who have undertaken to present It to you and to out fellow clt sens throughout the country, and I have not the least doubt lea their complete success, for I know their spirit and the spirit of the coun- i I "My confidence is confirmed, too, by IVfee though tfnl and experienced the banhM-here.- ajid 1 Continued on page T Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Cayce announce the marriage of their daugh-the- , Miss Lois Robinson Cayce, to Corp, Verner Wollaston Hampton, u. S. Government Has Fixed which took place last night at K o'clock at Grace Episcopal church. Naval Training Station. FormAmount And Sales The ceremony was performed by the erly of This County Must Be Made. Rev. Lloyd E. Johnston in the presLeaves a Sister. ence of the immediate families. St. Louis,' Mo., Sept. if, 1918. Mrs. Hampton is at the Hotel The quota of Fourth Liberty Loan Henry Watterson during Mr. HampAlva Royalty, a native of BreckBonds to be sold by Breckinridge ton's stay at Camp ifCachary Taylor. inridge county and the son of the county, in the campaign that opens Courier Journal. late Mr and Mrs. Sam Royalty of Saturday, Sept. iff, and closes SaturLeitchlield, died of pneumonia at the Birthday Dinner. day, Ottober 19, covering a period Great Lakes Naval Training Station, of three weeks is .u 000. His remains were brought Mrs. Wm. Ashby entertained for Sept. 17. This county's quota in the Third Liberty Loan was $107,750 and the twelve o'clock dinner Sunday, Sept. home and interred in the family amount of bonds sold totaled My several friends in honor of Mr. cemetery at Short Creek. Ashby's seventy-firs- t $237,100. birthday. Mrs. Royalty was nearing his Mr. The quota for the present campaign Ashby was assisted in entertaining twenty-sevent- h birthday the -- 0th of is considerably larger than for former by her daughter, Miss Margaret AshHe was born near Hudson October. loans, and to reach the sales allotted, by. The guests included: Mr. and his and go over the top and demonstrate Mrs. Jeff Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- and when a little boy moved Before to the world that your county is 100 gan Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. John parents to Grayson county. per cent American depends upon the Vaughan, Mr and Mrs. Tom Vaugh-an- , enlisting in the navy last June, he Mrs. Robt. Vaughan, Mr. and was employed and was also a stockprompt response of our citizens. Breckinridge has done its full duty Mrs. John Richey, Mrs. Joe Wheat holder in the James Grocery Co. of Besides a sister, Miss in the past, and now that our boys ly, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wheatley, Mr. Leitchlield. Lena Royalty of Grayson county, he are on foreign soil, ready to wrest and Mrs. John Ashby. In the afternoon several young leaves an aunt, Mrs. J. A. Gray of victory from the Hun, there is no question but the loyal citizens of the people of the neighborhood were Harned and a number of other relainvited aa guests of Miss Ashby. county will do their fuR duty. tives in this county. FOR 4TH LOAN DIES AT IS $302,000 GREAT LAKES e, Miss Mary McGavock Goes to Camp Hancock. Miss Mary McGavock, who was girl from Breckinridge the first county to enlist in the Army Nurses Reserve Corps, has received her final call and will report for duty at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., Oct. 8. She was notitieel a few weeks ago that she had been accepted and would be called the first of this month. Miss McGavock is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon McDuring the Gavock of this city. summer she held the position as book-keepfor the Murray Roofing Tile Co., and she was also president of the Senior Epworth League. Several months ago, Miss McGavock took a course in First Aid Nursing and she has been very active in all kinhs of War work. Withers, Oscar French, . Ray- ? wh mond Dowell, A. X W'hitworth, Heb-e- r Robards, B. F. Hardin. J. B. Biggs, R. H. Handy, L. C. Payne, F. R. Car-deJ. H. Smith, J. C. Matting, Thos. Bennett, P. M. Tucker, J. S. Wilson. Taylor Beard, F. A. Petit jury: Dodson, Vic Pile, Lawrence Speak, John Berry. Wade Pile, Frank Bali. Frank Jolly, W. A. Rhodes, Z. G. Gannaway, G. W. Harrington, S. R. Bandy, W. H. Gilpin, J. F. Jarboe, R. R. Compton, Mack Payne, Thos. Robertson, H. C. Waggoner, H. I. Bland, Victor Orendorff, Anthony Harrington, J. T. Knott, J. H. Armes, W. S. Dejernett, Thos. Sheeran, Sam Jackson, P. W. Pate, H. T. Basham, n, James Crenshaw, Will Bruington, Clint Davis, J. T. Mattingly, Thos. Dyer, E. F. Egart, F. W. Bailey, T. J. Compton. t PAGE 2 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. Two Interesting Letters From James Kissam Below are two BRITAIN REFUSES MRS. CHARLOTTE ELDRIDGE Your First Duty is to Purchase Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds. Your Next Duty is to Buy Clothes That are Economical and Durable. You Will find that our stock meets with letters which are TRUCE PLEA interesting and they come from a former t loverport boy James Kissani written to his mother tfl M. M. Kissam of Somerset. Ky Sofia Told Peace Negotiations We tITh :d safely Dear Mother: Require Rupture of Relations It was sure after a great trip. With Germany. wonderful, with all kinds of ailven I am very sorry that I can tures. not go into detail about the trip for Will tell about it BERLIN ALARMED BY MOVE military reasons exceptionally FOE'S the demand of the day. We have bought it with this idea in view. Notice our line of s Dress Goods Heavy Wool Poplin Millinery Shoes For Men, Women and C hildren Good Heavy Pattern Hats Toque Shapes in Velvet He sure and home you got the "Safe Arrival Card" and the "King George of Kngland's Welcome Letter." Kngland is one of the prettiest place- All permanent brick houses and stone walls everywhere. Franca sure is a great place no wonder they tight for it. I hope that all the folks are well I have Is grandma still with you? lost track or uncle Tom: you wrote that he was crossing the States. I am well and like everything (inc. We haveplcnty to eat and servicable when I conn let me know if P'lhlleatlon of Armistice Requests Causes Panic General March Says Collapse Was Due to U S. Forces Allies Advance. Kvcrything here is quite clothes. strange but simple enough to adjust Mrs. Charlotte Kldridge of New York Salting London, Sept. m. Great Britain was visiting In Washington Inst spring oneself easily, I have picked lingo Velour Winter Shoes to ask questions of the natives who hh I apt! ad to the Bulgarian appeal when she realized that she could Gingham She began are quite surprised to see so big an far nn armistice. The government's broaden her wnr work. in all Sizes. and Wool. Serge. army. The only souvenir a soldier rnply. It Is declared. Is filly covered by singing In the camps nround Wash; the reply of the nlllod commander ington, continuing meanwhile her Libcan send home at present is a Ger By this it is perfect- erty loan work. in Macedonia, She Is now working man steel helmet which I hope to be ly well instead that there will ho no In the 1'nited States public service reable to send. Ky. suspension of the military oporntlons. serve and occupying herself princiR. We landed at an English port. Had At the snme time It Is made clear pally In the task of securing the serva tine overland trip and then across to the Sofia government that the open-in- : ices of the country's big executives and Kverv inch of land both of pence negotiations requires n placing them In the vnrlous departto France. (otnplete rupture of liulgnrlu's rela- ments and bureaus of the government. In England and France is utilized. Must close Don't worry about me tions with Turkey, Austria and Cer- for I am alright and having a better manr. Collapse Due to U. S. Forces. time than in the States, 1 will write COMMISSIONER'S SALE. The The Huns Can Stop This Tank - By F. Opper at least one letter and one card per ingWashington, of Sept. 30. Is theImpendAMERICANS Bulgaria collapse direct week and want you to write same reratt of the concentration f Ameri Breckinridge Circuit Court, Ken I have written the address can troops on the western front, Oen-irnumber. tucky. MUST NOT correctly on the first page. With March, chief of staff, snld. Edith Pile Plaintiff. love your affectionate son, Causes Panic In Berlin. Against London, Sept. no. The publication James K. Kissani. In Berlin Defendant. semiofficial newspapers of Moorman Pile Bulgaria's armistice requests was the Equity No. 3900. My Dear Mother: I trust you refeafM of the greatest panic in thetier-iniTo Measure Up To The Courceived my previous cards and one By virtue of a Judgement and capital, according to ndvlces re-Our mail has elved at Copenhagen and forwarded Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit letter since I arrived. age And Devotion of Our not been forwarded as yet but I sup- hy the Exchange Telegraph corre Court, rendered at Feburary Term Men In Europe. pose it will follow us shortly. spondent there. thereof, 1918, in the above cause, for This camp is situated on a wonderSerbian troops have reached Itiitu-Istn- . the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty The campaign for tlie Fourth Lib1.ri nilles north of Ishtlp, and Dollars with interest thereon from ful region, level, rolling landscape as erty Loan begun Sept. ::x. ami will No ugly nrive advanced a considerable distance November LI, 1915, until paid at the far as the eye can see. The result of the close Oct It, barren spots, always borders of or- h. yond Koehnna. toward the Bulgarian rate of 6 per cent. The following loan will be watched with keen inThe border. derly kept trees or shrubs. tract of land is sold subject to the Reach Ratavista. Serbians terest in Kurope, not only by our open spots are like the meadows in Serbian troops continue to press the above lien notes, and all costs herein, associates in the war against the an old painting: the kind I used to retreating Bulgarians and score Im I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Teutonic powers but by our enemies. look at and think there were no such portant gains of ground, the Serbian Court-Hous- e door in Hardinsburg, It will bi regarded by them as a places. They undoubtly war office reports. The Serbian forces to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC were of the American people's measure ar pushing on from Vales toward French landscapes. AUCTION, on Monday, the 7th day support of the war. The troops defending Vales were of Our voyage was an interesting one. October 1918, at one o'clock P. M. The Germans know full well the The city and fortress taken prisoner. The weather was fine with the excepor thereabout (being Circuit Court significance f Veles, one of the Important bases tremendous weight and tion of two days off foreign coast. it the Bulgarian forces In southern day), upon the credit of six months of populai support of the war. of the We were attacked by a number of Serbia on the Viirdar river, has been the following described property, hacking up the Army people at holtM enemy submarines and had the snap Beginning at a White Oak or ptured by Serbian troops, the Ser- As the loan succeeds in the field. piest sealight imaginable and thanks Hmi war office announces confirming a post Oak, Bridwell's corner in Bart-ly- 's enemies will sorrow, as it falls our to the coolness of the ships' comprerlona report line .thence with said line E. 44 Every dolshort they will rejoice. manders' and the bravery of the pro- the Y. M. C A. dugouts are practic- poles to McCamish's Corner two lar subscribed will help and encourjtecting warships and destroyers. Black Oaks same course continued age the American soldiers and hurt Three were reported officially sank ally on the firing line. So always give the "Y"' a boast with McCamish's line in all 108 poles and deprcs- - the encinic of America. without loss to any of our ships. to a sink thence with Brunners' line The loan will be :i tot of the And alThere was absolutely no panic a- - when you have a chance. ways look out for the well informed No. M E. 155 poles to a stable at the loyalty and willingne - of tlie people Imong any of the soldiers or ships S. 89 W. 56 individual uaually women who are not mouth of the lane, thence of the United Stated to niakcsacri-fice- s crew during the light. poles to a White Oak, thence S. compared with the willingness It was the coolest work for ser- responsible for what they say, who K 50 poles to a post Oak, thence N. of the loldieri to do their part. There iousness of the thing I have ever tell about the horrible ways the 81J,; W. 93 poles to a stake in Bridpeople t must be no failure by the This is all I may say about American army is getting used. The well's line, thence with iiis line S. 71 Seen, measure up to the courage and de morale of our troops and a thousand the voyage Ipr military reasons. beginning containing 58 i! er lie- - that are hatched out bv poles to the votion of our men in Koropc, Many We landed at an Kuglish seaport be the same more or less, the county. Hun sympathizers. oi them have given up their lives; It js no cbildl acres and traveled inland for a time. En- purchaser with approved surety or W e are all in a big way to get a j snail we at BOOM withhold OUT mongland gives the impression of a well play over here by any means but securities, must execute bond, bearing t rip accrues the big pond and do our Shall we pare our dollars ey? city distributed over the tories and rumors eat the heart out legal I interest from the day of sale . bit for our country. don't think ordered whiU they spare not their lives. Always in of our nation and we can't go back until paid; and having the force and COUntr) in single blocks. it will be many days 'till we will be word-- , Let every one repeat tbeac the country and never out of towns. and we must not show "yellow." on our way. am an American," "I thank God If the Preach can bear up under effect of a Judgement Lien retained I cannot recall having seen a single A Former Clcverport Boy. to secure payment of purchase monwill close with best wishes to and answer to tlie call every morning The llreckenridge News, Clover- - all. Hoping wooden reaidential building, always what has happened surely America ey. Bidders will be prepared to comto read The News soon. of our boys "Over There" and buy port. Ky. can follow her example. Find enGentlemen: or brick sometimes Prom a Breckinridge county boy, Pvt. permanent stone bonds ami buy Liberty Bolide. hope to be able to spend a few ply promptly with these terms. I closed cheque lor .50 tor same saw several Approximated debt, interest and Hubert Shaw, 80 Keg. Intimacy, Co. stucco and concrete. Angie K. Gibson, day- - in Paris during my leave of abplease send us yuur paper for the straw thatched buildings. cost, fttM.M, C t'amp Ku st s, Va. Chairman of Publicity of National period of one year.. Trusting you Hedge and stone are the fences and sence for one has not seen France Lee Walls, Commissioner. Woman's Liberty Loan for Breck- will give this your earliest possible unless they have been in the metrowall- - there. inridge county Notice. polis. hope to have a few curios Very truly remain. attention. England was interesting but we Notice. 1 must, must yours, O. L. I'erkins, I'ocatello, Ail persons having claims ag.iinsl naturally wanted to see our final t" send home soon. close. Trusting this finds all well at Hancock County Boy Idaho. We saw the lha ElUtC of the late Mrs. Eliza J. destination France. All persons having claims against Hendrick, will present inch claims great chalk cliff coastline the first home. Invalided Home. Write at least once a week regard- the estate of the late Catherine CarCan't Get Along Without It dulv proven as rCOUircd by law to .thing and were MOB in the French less of when I write which I will try roll, deceased will present them to Serg. Fred W. Snyder who has Mr J. I) Bahhagc, Cloverport, K tlie undersigned Kxecutor of her es- - seaport. , been in tlie Regular Army four years Dear Sir: Write everything the undersigned Administrator of her You will Had enclo-e- d Needless to ay the Frensh people to be as prompt. tate on or before the First day of and in France nine months, has been Sl.M for The llreckenridge News one Xo ember. 1U is. 'gave us a great welcome. It was you can and don't worry about me estate at Cloverport, Kentucky, duly am a regular "roughneck" now. proven, as required by law, on or invalided home arriving here last year. Seems like I can't get along The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust sure Strange, marching through the ior Love to all. week and - now with hi.-- parents. without it. Your son, before the 15th day of October, 1918. Send me the back num-baCo., Executor of the Estate of Mrs. streets of a strange city of a strange Lawerence Carroll, Administrator no live for the last live weeks if you air. aim .mi- - i.iiaii Miwlcr James. country Eliza J. Hendrick, deceased. near Haweavilte, of the estate of Cathernie Carroll, have them, and date my paper from It wasn't a strange country after Claude Mercer, Attorney for the Read President Wilson's .pcci li Serg. SnydWf - a nephew of Mrs. the back number and oblige. Yours. deceased. all. It seemed like we had all been in Estate, this issue. Wm. Ashhy ol hit place ami he II. I. Snider, Walter-- . Okla., Route Claude Mercer, Attorney. ago. here once before sometime long spent last Sunday with Mr. and lira, Box U. After a tew days in a so called The returned soldier has MCDANIELS "rest camp" where we did everything many interesting thing- - to tell about Living in San Diego, Cal. but rest SS boarded the fiinnv look- his experience- - on the firing line and My Fditor llreckenridge News Tha farmers of tlii- - section are ing little trains and traveled inland, one of the Battel thrilling ones was Dear Sir: Kind enclosed eight rery bus) t!ii- - week housing tobacco Ve enjoyed the sights and took it when hi- - hip on which he sailed for months subscription to The lirccken- Mr. Jim Rhodes "ho ha- - been sick 'all ill. We saw many German pris- FrMMa Vtl attacked by one of Kritz-ie- ridgc New- I'lea.-- e send to Lee;for sometime is no better. loners and Allied soldiers of the sev- WE, are each one, responsible for the outcome of torpedo boat-- , but the attack was Jordan. MNM Florida St.. San Deigo, Miss Lillian Harold who has been eral different nations and a number quite unsuccessful this war. lie was also in Cal. the guest of Miss Eva Wooslcy for of things too numerous to write a terrific storm for three days while the past month has returned to her .about. Unless we are doing our level best, in the loaning at sea A Soldier's Renewal. home in Cincinnati, Ohio. This camp is one of the largest of our funds, the conservation of our food supply, Mr. J. D. liabbage, Cloverport, Ky. Kev. Ivan Allen and family have aviation camps in this section. the backing up of our boys "Over There" we are fallDear Sir: I'lease accept my renewal planes are so common we don't even to Kingswood. ing short of our duty. for The llreckenridge News and Mr. Cicero Glasscock of Salt Lake look up unless some "daredevil" does R. B. McGLOTHLAN Our bank yill help you wherever it can in this chage my address from Camp Merritt City, Utah, spent the week end with some hair raising stunt way up in 11 F. T. to Cresskill, N. J., and begin his father, "Uncle Bui" Glasscock. the air thousands of feet and often splendid duty and opportunity. Irvington, Ky. with this week's issue. Yours truly, Thomas Cannon of Hardinsburg is doing the "raiser" comes down and Sgt. T. W. Crenshaw, Cresskill, N. J. visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jim Spencer. fumes about forgetting to take a SAFETY SERVICE 'Our Aim Is To Please' Dealer in New and SecSevsral from here attended the chew of "homespun" or "cut plug" Pvt. Hubert Shaw Subscribes. ond Hand Goods. Fair at Leitchfield last week. before he went up. Dear Mr. liabbage: Y'ou will find I am well and satisfied and intend Thomas Laslie, who is ill with Will save you big money enclosed $1 for which please send me typhoid is some better. to stav that w?y until its over W. J. Piggott, President J. C. Payne, Cashier and help you buy Liberty Tl.- - Y. M. C. A. is doing a wond-wcr- e The Ureckenridge News as far as Misses Ruth and Mary Compton J. D. Lyddan, Asst. Csshisr J. M. Herndon, Vice President this one "buck" will go. The News in Glen Dean, Tuesday shop- - erful work here as well as anywhere Bonds. Come and see I have talked seems like S letter from home to us ping. IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. the "boys" may be. me. Breckenridge boys. There arc five "Uncle Eli" Storms who has been to men who have gone "over the top" oi us boys in this camp from that ill for come time is some better. and seen the real thing and they say Washington, Sept. 30. nnlgnrln In out of the War, In the opinion of Strpnna PanatermT, Bulgarian minister heft, who bederas that his country definitely is determined to abandon its Bltlanca with Germany gal Austria, nil. If the entente nllles refuse to lln-t- n to pence overtures, will appeal to 'he United States to tisp Its good - ; ! W. JONES Glen Dean, 't FAIL n t7s-kti- to-w- it: SUBSCRIBERS' -- i LETTERS I 5 1 i I -- 1 n OVER THE TOP TO VICTORY -- Air-mov- j FIRST STATE BANK THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. PAGE 3 DIRECTORY Of WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE Cattle and Hog Breeders, Lura Butler wrote the 7th day of I write a letter every week July. Pvt. Joseph Stone, the son of Mrs. and if you can I want you to write of Breckinridge C. W. Stone and brother of Ira D. every week, so I can hear from you When ever you write who has just landed in France, all oftener. Stone County put on your letters A. E. F. Co. K has been on foreign soil for three I Nth Inf. I" S. A., N. Y., then I He formerly lived at months. will get them sooner. Planters Hall Stock Farm before becoming a soldier. Well we are having sour a.'.fttl Glen Dean, Ky. Dear Hotnefolks: Just a few lines warm weather at present the warm Polled Durham Cattle. Poland to let yon know I am getting along est we have had this summer. N'on wanted to know something line and like this country better every China Hogs. Short Horn day I had a letter from Pearl one about the country over here it is Cattle. Hampshire Sheep all level, what have seen from you, one from Ira, one from Viola and one also from my girl in There are no rocks, some hills, but Have won IOOO Ribbon. at State Fairs Canton, Ohio, you don't know how they are not rocky there is no timber Past Five Years glad I was to get some news from the to amount to anything around here States, please write once or twice a The ground is very rich; they grow wheat the oats Valley Home Farm week and I will do the same when and beets. finest I ever saw andtohac They grow some I don't have so much to do. I have W. J OWE! 4 lilt. PrwMm written you two letters since I have co, but it is not like ours, they don't Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 let it get ripe; they top it on the I have written Gola been over seas. a letter. Tell Marie and Ruby when ground and pull the leaves off before Poland China Hogs a Specialty they see her tell her hello for me. it gets as long as long as our prime they havn't got many farm Please write often and tell me all of leaves. Polled Durham Cattle the news, for I sure love news from ing implements. Well as I havn't got any place to home. I write, I am holding the paper on my Please excuse this short letcr as leg and writing this letter. ORCHARD HOME FARM am short of paper at present. Answer Please remember that I think of real soon and write every week. Lov G. P. MAYSEY. Proprielor you often and I really don't think ingly your son, Newton Williams. it will be but a few months until I OP BREEDER will be with you all. From your lov- Sgt. Langley Is Afraid Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. ing son and brother. Joseph V. He Will Never Get Mj Co. 14ti Inf. American Stone. To The Front Expeditionary Forces, A. P. O. 73. Hardinsburg." Ky., Route 2. ls I Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers From Joseph Stone. liiiiiii t Sgt. Ed Morrison at Camp McClellan Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morrison of Irvington, have been South to see their son, Sgt. Edward Morrison who has been transferred to Camp McClellan, Ala, from Camp Taylor Sgt Morrison is a cook Sergeant and evidently be must he an expert for he has gained '.'n pounds since donning the kahki. and says he likes his joli Sgt. fine. Morrison has many friends in this pla and in Irvington who will be pleased to hear of his contentment with army life. mumnm Hn MATTINGLY Mr. S C Frank had a horse to di last week. The Molasses crop is short. Cutting tobacco is all the go now. M E. liambleton has the boss to bacco crop at Mattingly. Mr. Alfred Blair sold his growing crop of tobacco of six acres to Mr. Owen Whitehouse for $000. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meador and children of Kansas, are visiting relatives near llardins school house. Miss Hazel and Beulah Hawkins entertained a number of the young people at their home last Saturday evening. Mr. Jne Taul celebrated his birthday last Thursday with a family Stock T ETTERS from our boys in the trenches and from the women in canteen and other war work, all bring to us the same message SEND US NEWS FROM HOME. tll reunion. Mrs. Nancy Taul of Wynoka, Okla . and sister. Mrs. Talitha Keenan of World news is all right, but OUR BOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want the home newspaper. Publishers are prevented from sending their papers free to anyone, even boys in the service. Consequently a national movement has been started by Col. William Boyce Thompson of New York, who is acting as President of the Home Paper Service of America to give the boys what they are calling for. Every community is joining the movement. Let us see that our boys are not forgotten. Send to the publisher of this newspaper whatever amount of money you can 5 cents or $50.00. We will publish a list each week of those contributing, and the amounts contributed. Every cent received will be used to send this paper to our boys at the front. If at the end of the war, there is any surplus, it will be turned over to the local Red Cross Committee. There is no profit in this to the publisher even in normal times, subscriptions are not sold at a profit. With war prices prevailing, and the high rate of postage on papers sent to France, our cost will scarcely be covered by our lull subscription price. Remember that over in France, some brave soldier or sailor from this town perhaps even some splendid woman working within sound of the guns is depending on you to "KEEP THE HOME LOVE KINDLED." C. V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. DEALER IN From S. M. Rowland. Hih-Clns- Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. s IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES Glen Valley Stock Farm . I. ROiFRTSO. Piopilltot Glen Dean. Ky. Polled Durham aid Shorthorn S. M. Rowland of Breckinridge county writes the following letter to his sister, Miss Rose Rowland of Hardinsburg, Route No. 8, The Breckenridge News was obliged to omit some of the letter as it gave out detailed information of the aircraft and appurtenances used at Government aviation schools ' which is forbidden to be published by the press. Priv. Rowland entered the service July :ik2, his first training was received at Camp Taylor and thence to the present camp where he is making good in the Radio and Telephone Camp McClellan. Sept. II, ItlK Dear sister and all the rest: This Dealer In Leaf Tobacco leaves me feeling tine and dandy. Am sending some of my photos; they are a little sideways, but I guess you can tell they were aimed for me. I received your letter and cake toDealer in and Breeder of day. The cake was the best thing PoPolled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle, I I have tasted since left home. I land China Hogs and Plymouth gave our battery cook a piece of it. Rock Chickens (We have a new battery cook and a good one) and he said it was the best stand any hardships. 1 Route Hardinsburg, Ky., I never did tell you about my trip cake he had tasted since he had been We were across from New York. in camp. I am still in school, have learned only eight and a half days on the THE HOWARD FARMS to send messages with the projector water, and we had a real nice trip The weather was ideal, no and buzzer and two or three other across. J. M. HOWARD 4 SON, Prop. rough sea or anything. There was ways. 1 have gotten entirely over the not a man sick on the whole trip. Shorthorn Cattle do measles and they didn't have any bad The ship was well armed anil Duroc Hogs We, the telephone not think a Sub could have got us effect on me. Hampshire Sheep We had several men of the :.'."th Reg. have been doing had they tried. and a number of shots were practical field work since last Thursday, we are building telephone lines fired at supposed Submarines, though between the different Regiments, I do not think they were really Subs. different Batteries and Headquarters. We landed in exactly eight and one We do not have to work on Satur-ad- y half days from the time we set sail. evening hut live of us volunteered I have seen quite a little of Fran CI Will tell since I have been here. Hardinsburg, Ky. to work this evening and so they furnished us with a horse and you all about it when I get back, Dealers in saddle apiece and our Lieu- would try to tell you now but do not tenant told us that we would be the know if it would be permitted. Le Havre, is a pretty nice town first to receive advancement in the I do not though it is pretty quite. school. 1 like the work fine and the officers know what the population is, but It as well. They treat us as equals it is something like Springfield. and are careful that we do not do is on the Coast, which helps some. The Webster Stock Farm too much work. Y'ou know I always did like the Sea HAMY H. HORION, Otair We are so far from the front We want to get the whole system Coast. in working order by next line that I do not even consider myFarmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder 'of of lines It is about as excitTuesday, as the canoneers will have self in the war. their batteries planted and camouflag- ing here as it used to be in Joliet, so Hereford and Jersey Cattle ed and be ready to go to firing on that you see you need have no fear for my I have not seen a German, safety. day. Webster, Ky. There are three big aeroplanes at since I left the U. S. except prisoners and it does not look as though I will, work over the range. Everything begins to look like though of course there is no way of It would sure get my business down here now, but I be- knowing. lieve I can come home if I make good "Goat" if I should come all the way in school tho they are not giving fur- over here and then never get to the G. N. Lyddan front. loughs to any one now. Oh they can't beat the Yanks, you Well I guess I had better quite know we were never beaten and naLove to all from, for this time. Sam. turally we are not going to let the He has a very very Hun, do it. Irvington, Ky. poor chance in my opinion, the bigA Harned Boy in France. gest mistake he ever made was when This letter is from Newton Wil- he got the Yanks camping on his I I only wish could get a liams, a Harned boy who is over in trail. France helping to down autocracy. shot at him, you know 1 promised WANTED Dear Father and Mother: A you his scalp and it commences to few lines this morning to let you hear look as though some other fellow A tenant to cultivate Well from me. This leaves me well and was going to beat me to it. a farm of 200 acres, one WelJ good bye, will line hope to find you the same. I such is war. Yours ever, havn't heard from you all for some write again soon. mile from HardinsI got your letter you and Grover. time. burg, for the year Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs school. Thos. O'Donoghue Sgt. Grovcr Langley of the Signal Corps. Le Havre, F ranee, who before going over lived at llcDaniela, Ky, writes the following to Mrs. Langley who has remained in that city until Sgt. Langley's return. U. S. Army Post Office, No. -- r.o. Sept. 4, r.HS. Am a Dear Cova: great deal better humor today than have been for some time, I receiv ed three or four letters from you this morning and while they were all hack numbers, they explained what I failed to get from your other letter! or I should say youf other letter. You no doubt received any number of my letters by this time, so know that was writing. We are having some beautiful weather here now, though it is I 10 feel a little like fall. certainly do dread to see winter come never could stand cold on as Am afraid that it will be weather. a little hard on the people at home account of having to use so much coal in the manufacture of munitions of war. I certainly do not like the idea of the folks at home having to 1 ig 1 Tar Fork attended the birthday dinner of their brother's, Mr. Joe Taul last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Gabe Shrew sherry of McQuady were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brickey last Sunday. YOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE A thousand people loolc at your faco while one glances at your feet yet you spend money to keep your shoe In condition and neglect your face. RED CROSS Shaving Lotion (tho luxury), makes old faces look young and keeps all faces In tho pink of condition. This and other RED CROSS toilet artide3 sold only by A. R. Fisher, Clovcrport, Ky. after-?havin- DIRECTORS OF THE WOMANS WORK IN FOURTH LOAN Irvington Women Will Have Charge Sales, Speakers And Supplies. Ky. Sept. to, (Special) The following women have been ap pointed directors of the Woman's Committee for the Fourth Liberty Loan in Breckinridge county Sept All are Irvington ft, to Oct. It, women with the exception of Miss Katie Eskridge of Hardinsburg, who is the Precinct Director; the others are: director ot Miles, .Miss Carrigan; Director of Speakers, Mrs. N. J. Wathen; Director of Supplies, Mrs. John F. V'ogel; Director of Publicity, Miss Angie Gibson. The entire supply of posters, liter ature and publicity material for the Eighth Federal Reserve District has been apportioned according to the population, and the amount allotted to each county has been sent direct to the Publicity Director. This insupply for the cludes a sufficient I V They are calling to YOU from "Over There' r,IVF. WHAT YOU CAN The Breckenridsre News. r in gt on . Hike to Heicks 1 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. Glen Dean, Ky. r-- Beard Bros. Live Stock and t WRITE ANY US FOR NOTE THE TRADE MARK C-YALE-) INFORMA- TION ALONG THIS LINE. LOCKS AND HARDWARE WE ALSO CAR-RGARAGE HARDWARE, BARN DOOR RAIL, ETC. Tobacco ESTIMATES VISIT OUR CHEERFULLY GIVEN ALL Park Place Farmer and Feeder Woman County Chairman or her Publicity Chairman. Definite instructions from the Pub licity Division at headquarters have been given to supply the Woman Chairman with a reasonable amount of literature and publicity material Call upon the local upon request. Publicity Chairman of the men's committee for needed material. You will receive direct a supply of Wom an's Application Blanks, as we are to use a separate blank from the men. Our blanks having a perforated salesman receipt attached for the chairman's convenience in making up reports. Any inquires concerning the wom an's work will receive an immediate reply if addressed to Mrs. R. 15. McGlothlan, Irvington, Ky. Chairman of Fourth Liberty Loan Committee of Breckinridge county. n ggg Wo fivO GaDSEir S ST. DaOGfl INCORPORATED. MAIL ORDERS STORE WHEN PROMPTLY ATTENIED IN TOWN nsBDDcs, KDu'tt oaslkg BIG SPRING in HARNED Mr. and Mis. Robert Weatherford Miss Bessie Richardson, who was an automobile wreck, Sept. 14, and daughter, Bessie B. and Roth returning from the State Fair, is still Walker were in Louisville, Thursday at Dr. Foss's, Valley Station where and Friday. Mallow Robinson of U. S. N., who the accident happened. Those who are willing and ready is stationed at Boston is at home for to help sew for the Red Cross call a few d.is at Mrs. J. H Meador's and get some IlitS Lillian May was in Garfield A United States Regular For Over 25 Years. Serg. Chas. Hanks, a former Steph- ensport boy who has been in the U. S. Regular Army for more than twenty-fiv- e years has landed with his regiment in France. When he returns from France. Serg. Hanks will have seen a large He has been in part of the country. the Phillipines twice and on the Mexi can border, besides numerous other He is the son of Mr. and places. Mrs. Wm. Hanks of Stephensport, and a brother of Mrs. John Weisen- berg of this city. 1919. Team and tools furnished. Possession to be given Dec. 1 1918. BANK OF DH. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... See Trust DeHARDINSBURG TRUST CO. & partment. MHu DENTIST llun a. m.lw UH. p. m. U$ i. m. Alwajfb to oBlce durum oflc hour Inligton, Ky. work Mesdames Mary Payne, Stephens-por- t and Addie Brown, Irvington. attended the burial of their sister, Mrs. Sallie Morris. Rev and Mrs. E. P. Deacon were week end guests of friends at Custer. Mrs. J. H. Meador returned Tuesday from West Point after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. T. C. Williams. Mrs. C. B. Witt and Miss Ruth Witt have returned from Louisville Mrs. Sue Board after a two months visit to her sister, Mrs. Margaret Talbott has returned to Louisville. Rev E. P. Deacon left Tuesday for Madisonvjlle to attend the annual He expects to be movConference. He has served this circuit ed. faithfully for the past four years. shopping Wednesday. Gilbert Oldman and family of Hardinsburg spent the week end with his father. Rev. W. R. Oldman. Mrs. Amanda Tucker of Mook is visiting relatives here. Mrs. W. T. Gregory is visiting Mrs. Minnie McGill of Louisville. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Elliott died Wednesday. The remains were taken to the family burying ground near High Plaines, Thursday. The Young People's Society met Saturday with Raymond Crume. Rev. Oldman rilled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. Rev. C. Truman was in town Thursday. PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. GARFIELD d New Officers of Masonic Lodge. Whatlars worth of Liberty Honds of the fourth issue. ever else may come or go, it is expedient that we have uppermost in our thoughts, our ambition and our work, the sale of these bonds. It is possible, because all things arc possible to those who want to believe, for every man and woman to buy I The batiks in the United States make this thing hond. by allowing a person who has not enough to buy a possible bond at one time, to pay down ten per cent for the first payment then twenty, twenty and thirty per cent respectively until the bond is paid for CM course by buying thii way the bank charge some interest which is legimitate some interest Which is legimitate business. An idea ol some ol the expenses our Government has during the war can be ascertained when we think of it costing to support each American soldier, and we have more than 1,300,000 of our soldiers in France which means Official figures show that they will cost $3,652,000,000. $13,696,703,-471.1for the fiscal year 1918 the Government (Jnchl Sam needs six billion, Then we wonder why It is true the money can be gotten by taxation with no compensation granted the donor, but bow much more How much more American it is t irive it bv the mere asking. of an inspiration it must be to those boys over there to know that the folk- back home were triad to lend their money and bit-mes- Oscar Mcador and Mr aiul Mr The annual election of officers of guests son. Franklin were week-enthe Cloverport Chapter Royal Arch Mr. and Mr. Gibson of near Irvof Masons No. 99 was held Sept. 20, OCT. 2. l'.Hs ington CLOVERPORT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, R. L. and the following elected: Mr. Khfief McCoy of this place and Oelze, H. P.; D. B. Phelps, King; Hardins-burMiss Napie Dowell of near C W. Moorman, Scribe; A. B. Skill surprised their friends by going man, Treasurer; J. C. Nolte, Secre( a n nelton and getting married. to tary; C. W. Hamman, C. of H.; J. Mrs. Alvah Basham was called to B. Severs, P. S.; W. A. Cockrill, R. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; t$c for 6 months. West View last week to attend the A. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. C L. J. Behen, M. 3 V.; Randall funeral of her husband's grandmother Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Weatherholt. M. 2 V.; M. M. Denton. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Davis of Darnnotify us. ed, were Sunday guests of the latters M. 1 V.; H. H. Hardin, Sentinel. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please mother Mrs. Martha Macy. Mr. and Mrs. G. P Handy and baby- Grief Over Wife's Deafh NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to a trtend who is not a Nancy Thomas and Mr. Henry Handy Hastens End of Chas Wedding. subscriber; do not tnrow it away or destroy 11. of near Irvington were guests Thursday of Dr. and Mrs. Harned. Mr. Charles L. Wedding, prominMiss Esther Meador of Louisville, ent Democrat and attorney, died at was here last week enroute to her his home in Evansville, Monday after home in Custer to visit her parents, a short illness. His wife died recentDr. and Mrs. J. W. Meador. ly and grief over her death is beMr. Steve Haynes went to Louis- lieved to have hastened his end. OI K PARTICULAR BUSINESS. ville. Sunday to see Joe Macy who is He was born on a farm in Ohio The chief business of every man, woman and child in stationed at Camp Taylor. county Kentucky, and was admitted v and for the next sixteen days, is to do all James Priest's will was probated to the bar at the age of eighteen America Monday the entire estate was willed within our power towards the selling of the six billion dol- to his only surviving child, Mrs. Ver-no- r years. Before going to Evansville, he EIGHT PAGES. g - 1 ut and keep vour money SAFEinOyiBANK If you keep money in the house, burglars may steal it, fire may burn it, or you may lose it. If you keep it in your' pocket, you will spend it for things you don't really need. When you put it in our Bank you know it is safe and that you can always get it when you want it. to-da- praticed law at Cloverport, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Eleck Gray and son, Rockport, Ind. He was about 72 Cliff of Custer, were guests Sunday years old. Courier Journal. of Mr and Mrs. J. B. Harrison. Mr Wedding is an uncle of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Carman Ernest Wedding of this city. spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Whitworth. Marr. a I Mr. S. A. unloaded day. D. Dodson of Custer, car of fertilizer Thurs BEWLEYVDLLE We offer you Stobby of LaGrange arrived Wednesday to visit her cou sin. Mr. Chas R. Blanford and Mrs. Mrs. Nan Blan ford. Mary Richard Carman is visiting in s, 1. Roachford Simmons of Indian apolis, is visiting relatives here. Mrs. P. M. Macy of Harned, was here Thursday on business. John. Jim and Philip Webb were in Hardintburg, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bullock of Washington, Neb., are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a little son named, David Albert. Mr. and Mrs. Jones dray of Harned w&re here Sunday enroute to Wood-roto visit their son, Taylor Gray and Mrs. Gray. Strength, Courtesy, Good HARDINSBURG, Business Methods. & THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG TRUST CO. Hardinsburg. were not forced to give it op. price. he six mllion dollars worth Ol honds will DC slcl even ville. Mr and Mrs. C. Vic Robertson of Mr O. D. Vaughn delivered Mis. if it is twice as much as any previous bond sales, because Richard Penick's monument last Hardinsburg were dinner guests of Americans have et their minds and hearts on winning thi week. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Compton. Friday war and win it we will DV everv man and woman doing Marguerete and Isabel Mioses Will Tabor sold bis farm to Jonas t ray. Payne who are attending school at our boys as we would be done by were we in their places, Logan Butler and Steve C. M. Compton, Friday. unloaded fertilizer last week. News has been received here of the Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wood had as Mrs. Mary safe arrival in France of Boyd Keith. their guests, Sunday. There was a very good crowd atNichols. Jim Nichols and little daughter. Eva Dean, and Mrs. Wood. tended the sale of the late J. IL father, Mr. John Nichols, of Louis- Compton and things brought a good Mrs. Belle Drury of Rosctta spent Monday with her father, T. P. Hardaway. Mis W'ilda Triplet who is teaching school at Raymond spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Triplet. Mr. and Mrs. Burn Dowell of Haynes Ekron were guests of Mr. and Mrs. KY. Total Assets over $1,000,000.00 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg Capital, Surplus and Kentucky. impress the minds of the school child rett that it take- - seven pounds ol nut shell to make one gas mask, perhaps they will take more interest in saving the shells. The gas masks are made from the carbon of peach, prune and plum pit- - mostly; and sometimes the seeds from date- - and olives are used together with shells and whole nuts from hickory nuts, butter-nuts- , English and native walnut If we will it upon Mothers will begin now getting ready their soldier son's If they intend them to reach their des Christmas boxes. tination by Dec. :J.. they must leave the States not later than W hy not include a six months subscription to The Nov. 16. Breckenridge News in the boxes for the boys who have gone from Breckinridge county? You will notice in this issue of The Breckinridge News devoted almost entirely to the selling of the Fourth Libert Loan Bonds and new- - trom the soldiers the awo mam topics of the day. is Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harned of Dyer are the proud naren's of a oabv boy. Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy v.cre guests. Sunday if Mr and Mrs. Dud Haynes. Mr and Mrs. Eris LeGrand. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dowell and two children Hav-ro- n and Emma, Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Houston LeGrand and daughters, Misses Lucy, Ruth and Ruby and Messrs. Charlie Dowell and John Wood were entertained at the home of Judge Dowell. Sunday, the occa sion being his birthday. Robt. Bell, of Irvington, was here last week doing carpenter's work for Hardinsburg spent the week end with their parents. Rev. P. II. Ryan preached his last sermon here Sunday for this year and be has a chaplaincy in the army he will not return to us very much to regret of bis members. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Hardaway are spending the week end in Louisville the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eskridge. Miss Maggie B. Jolly spent the $40,000,00 Profits Undivided $5,000.00 week end in Louisville. Mrs Powell of Glen Dean is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. John Triplett. Mrs. Ed. Foote has returned to her home in Owensboro after a week's visit to her daughter, Mrs. G. O. D. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Webb were the Blanford and Mr. Blanford. Mrs. Tom Stith and son, Harold gtieitS, Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. J! B. Stith of Stiths Valley were in town Whitworth. Do you get up at night? Sanol is surely the hest for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from all back ache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. 00c and $1.00 a bottle at the drug store. Service and Safety are the inducements we offer the public to do business with us. Respectfully, JNO. D. SHAW, Cashier. l liSBSI assail! shopping Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Compton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bandy. Miss Bettie Lee Jolly and Chas. McCoy spent the week end at Lewis-pothe guests of Misses Mary Belle and Nancy Taylor. Henry Casbman, Raymond; T. J. ComptOB, Ernest Compton and Jesse easy enough i talk patriotism and write it too but lis anotner thing to do without xunething and spend votir money for bond-- , besides giving a son. That kind of pat riot ism peak- for itself. It'- -- rt Telephone Courtesy amount of good out of their telephone are those who talk over it as though face to face. Courtesy smooths out difficulties and promotes the promptest possible connections. are trained to be patient and polite under all circumstances, but they will do better users. Death of Mrs. Wm. Basham. Lodiburg, Ky. The people who get the greatest Some Bargains in Breckinridge County Farms irishurg. US acres level, halance owww iw hum iwraraw, - large barns and large silo, most all fenced wnn wire, iois oi grass, roce fl,UW. No. .1 hh acres adjoining City lint- mets of Cloverport, acres of creclc bottom. N acre- - second bottom, hal- ance rolling, new Nve room rottaM. Price $5.50. I names, all fenced. No. 4 70 acres adjoining City U- inets of ( loverport f. acres ol creek bottom, :I0 acres of second bottom, balance in blue grass on hill side, cottage Mouse, new bun, all T',i., tract Price ft. 0AM. and the ss acre, ,! mentioned can be sold together if to desired No. 5 llf acres V miles of Clov- erport, 100 first and second bomm, 100 acres of levelland out side ol Lot- torn, balance roliiiK' v. itli some SOMfh. good 7 or I room reside., :e. good bams and out bttUdiMgl, most all -e 143 aires in No mile of Hard- - fenced. Price $s, Vi0. bubttrg, all level, all fenced with wire, () .,si ac es in 1 l.nle; of good house, :.' good hams and silo, Cloverport," 15 ac!n of bottom land, acres in grass, tij acres in corn, balance rolling, with some roug i 173 a barms, all fenced Price ,00f Mru 0f young timber, ordioary house No I let BCrei hi I miles of Hard- - and ham. 1'n e $t,tt00, 1 roll- - No 7 all fenced. XT erport, about 100 It el atii.i;t Ml roll ing. halance rou'.rh good t vo story residence, good ja' II and out buiM- ings, $1,000 ,vjrh of timbtr, i.iost tgj acr.s sl ,iits c.j oov under woven cattage. concrete cellar and cellar Price U 000. nollse brick stable. No. 9 145 acres 5 miles from Clov-goo- d erport, SI acres level in nieado v, anL'e rolling with some rough, all inlold style house, new barn 'er all(l Old barn, about $100 worth of ,imbt'ri,rice $1'050wllite oak No. 10 126 acres 5 miles from Cloverport, 30 acres bood bottom, socks on hand to please bring land, balance hill land, good resi- deuce, 2 good barns, all under good them to the Red Cross room thin warnelO Boy fence. Price $2,100. eek. Kpvhm-I111 00 a" ro,,in "w $" 000 0t Clover- "i "'. ln " wire fence, pew brick 1 ., '! Special) The re mains of Mrs. Win Hasbam who died Henderson! Webster attended the at this place Saturday Sept. 21, were sale of J M. Compton, deceased. V. W. Keith spent the week Mrs interred the following Monday in the Walnut Grove cemetery. A year!--'- l Wa Mr. and Mrs. B. b. Wilson ago. .Mrs. liashani accompanied byjoi corners. Mrs & I'- Hardaway, Misses Bevie Mr. llasham went to California for her health but she did not improve ai". Noami Costa of Brazil, Maggie any. joiiy ana 5M was a member of the Wal- - rnancne and uettie e Laura Mell Stith were dinner guests nut Grove Baptist church. Besides her husband she leaves Wednesday if Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. three children, Mrs. Nannie Garrett Compton. Paul Hardaway, Mr. and Mrs. of Stephensport, Miss Mary Ellen Brandenburg have returned home Basham ami Joe Basham. after a visit among relatives here. Chas H. Orury spent Thursday in Birth Announcement. Irvington on business. D. Bahbage, editor of the News Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hall, llOt'i Fisher Ave., Louisville, announce the was shaking hands with old friends town and attended the sale arrival of a son, Bernard Lee Hall, Sept. 7, 1918. He is the grandson here. Laura Mell Stith has tickets for of Mrs Ilettie Black of Addison, Ky. the lyceum course which is to be at Irvington. the first lecture will be Notice to Knitters. ar""U ""e wno Mrs. lobn Bum local Chairman at the knitting department desires that have not Ktten ,ickets for 8a,ne m her-eall the knitters who have any finish-- 1 buy from J- The operators of the BELL System work if they meet with patience and politeness on the part of the telephone The fact that you cannot see the operator or the other party should not cause you to overlook this. The best results come through the mutual courtesy. practice of The voice with the smile wins u AnunHrt Cloverport City Property tor Sale solendid 7 room residence with front and back porch, summer kitchen, cellar and cellar house, gar- rage and good stable, all in good con- ditioii. Lot 120 feet fronting K. K. street, running back 175 feet to an named farms alley, large garden spot. No. 2 Good two story residence oil corner lot, all necessary out build No 1 A Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. ballman inert, irood stable. All iniorovements as good as new. For prices and wi" a've a dance at their home in this place on Friday evening Oct. 4, in terms call or address. I. D. Seaton, Real Estate Agent, hollor of their two ions josepll If mtertsted in any of the above1,. Uallman, Jr., and Lawerence Ballman call J I ' I Garfield, Ky. Sept 30. (Special) Mr. Hiram Durban received a ines- sage last week saying that his son Lonnie Durban who is in France had been severely wounded, Durban was one among the first or address, an,lcl,ate enlisting m the U. S. boys from this place to go in the S 'n ' I ..... I. .... .1. . II.. sometime within the ...... .1. ,ii Cloverport, Ky. Navy futurehis wounds will not be fatal. Cloverport, Ky. t Entertaining for Their Sons. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated W. A. HAVNES, Local Manager, Cloverport, Ky After Oct. 27, we will either gain or loose another hour. There Is Something In The Want Column Of Interest To You U " i " 1 ft 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, i her home in Tobinsport. BUY a Mrs Roy Mattingly and Classified Advertisements tfMghnraj Misses Alice Ben and Union-towk.illnnno Mattingly were in last week the guests of Mrs NOTE notify the editor when yott discontinued. Mattinglv's father. Mr. Cal Cody and drsirc arvrrtit-nirnsister, Mrs Aboil. FOR SALE Breckinridge county people who K iR SALE WMtff Plymoutli Rot V Coctt Nothing: hut purrt went to Louisville. 'Monday were: errlt; April Hatch. PAGE 5 A ill at 1918 Kv BOND BUY A BOND BUY A BOND BUY A BOND Mr. and : Entered at thr I'n.t Offire at Clovtrport, attend class matter. EVERT WEEK am getting in New Hats every week. Hoth mottlled and tintrinun-ec- l shapes. These hats are very new; some of them large with irregular hrims and then the small snug fitting turbans which are always good for every occasion 1 I Plt-a- (HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN 1 ADVERTISING BY THE Liberty Lmm Breckinridge County's Quota i tli NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ofnfral ornrra POLITICAL MENTS. KATES FOR ANNOUNCE- ; For Precinct and City Officen. J 2IWI r. nn County tlrhces For State and District Opera. ...a. $1.1 (K) For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per ,10 For all Publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per li" ,, .10 ror Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. M. M. M M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M M 1t, 1918 EAST BOUND No. 142 wilt leave Cloverport 9:20 A. Arriving" Irvington 10:10 A. Arriving l.oimvillt .12:2U P. No. 144 will leave Cloverport 5:08 P. Arriving Irvington 9:00 P. Arriving Louisville 7:89 P. No. 148 will leave Cloverport 8:15 A. Arriving Irvington 8:07 A. Arriving Louisville 7:50 A. 4:00 P. No. 148 leaveea Henderaon 5 00 P. Arrives Owensboro 8:20 P. Arrives Shops WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport.. . .. 10 :38 Arriving Owensboro 12:01 12 :58 Arriving Henderson.- 1 :25 Arriving Evansville 7 :40 Arriving S. Louis 0:40 No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving llawesville 7:05 Arriving Owensboro 8:07 No. 145 will leave Cloverport 11:37 12 :48 Arriving 0 wensboro 1 :40 Arriving Henderson.. 2 :07 A. Arriving Evansville 7 :50 A. Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Shops 8:50 A. ...... 8:08 A. Arriving Owensboro 9:15 A. Arriving Henderson.. Effective July Mrs. Frank C. in Louisville. and age. My line of hats at n Mrs. Sain Dix's in sport are some of my best patterns. Your patronage will ei.ther place will he apSte-phe- Vic Pile and Mrs Chintz Royalty of Harneil, Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough, Miss Eliza Miller of Hardinsburg, and Mr and Mrs. Earl Fella of Holt. Mr and Mrs. James H. Miller, Miss Isabelle Hendriek, Miss F.liza Miller motored to Lewisport, Friday to see Mr. and Mrs. John Hendriek. V. R. Lyons of Irvington, left Monday for Russellville where he will enter military school. Miss Eva Ma.- and sister, Miss Eliza May have returned home after a two weeks visit with their brother, Mr. David May of Chicago. While there the Misses May had an interesting visit to the Great Lakes Naval - Mr. and Mrs. Stork houaht of Kinrl an to offrr. $l hahy chick. rach - Mrv Frank Mat tinfjly, Thr Cattle, ( lovrrport, Ky. Mrain $302,000 BALI HmMthoM FarnUhlnfi Inhh-Mat tret ami Oak art in t Wardrobe. Ironing Ontrr-tahlr- , Spring, board, f.inolcum ami many nthrr thing 'ommunicatr with Mis 1'ink Kickett,lnion i ( ; For Btd-roo- Star, Ky. FOR SAf.F. - Splendid dwelling, centrally located. For price and term write or call on Jno. I). Haldiage, Cloverport, Ky. 100 FOR SALE Farm acre; good dwelling andtcnant house ; hoth in good re; level and halance rolling ; 50 pair st acres acres level land in ood state of cult vat ion. Rollin land Hi acres in rass halance in Farm Wi miles South of Lodi-hurtimber. Grove and 'i mile from Walnut spring, watered with Well church. Will sell at a Tobacco and stock harns. Buildings alone are hargan. Price $2,000. worth the money. C. W. Bruce, Lodiburg, Ky. My country tis of thee, sweet Land of Liber May our love for thee Help our Allies over the sea. tee Onward. Christian Soldiers, Marching as to War, We'll put the Kaiser to flight, with our brave boys alright. Let's rally to the Boy, That will be heard up to the Sky, About the Investments we will not speak, 'Tis Sweet Liberty for nil Mankind we Seek. This is our Story This is our Song. Get very busy now and Buy I 4th Liberty Bond. preciated. Miss Evelyn Hicks Millintr Cloverport, Ky. Mr. L. Cohen and daughter, Miss Nannie Cohen were in Jeffersonville, M Sunday to attend the marriage of Mr. M M Cohen's son, Mr. Morris Cohen. M If. Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Gibson of M. Prospect, Ky., were guests of Mr. M M M. Gibson's brother, Mr. Larkin Gibson M. and Mrs. Gibson, Sunday. M. M. Gordon Payne of Louisville, was M. the guest of his sister, Mrs. Wilbur Ferry spent Monday C. Chapin and Mr. Chapin, the week II, Training Station. Mrs. S. E. Wilson and children, Messrs. Robert, Cletus and James Blanford and Miss Marian Gadys Wilson with Mrs. John Mattingly motored to Louisville last week to Mrs. Mattingly spend a few days. remained for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. James Arnold. Sr., returned Jno. 1). Babbage, Wednesday from Cincinnati, where he was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Wm. G. Polk and Mr. Polk and also met his son, Jno. D. Babbage, Stephen Burkes, son of Mrs. Nellie Burkes of Louisville has entered the Students Army Training Corps in the University of Kentucky, Lexington. Card of Thanks. hred Poland FOR SALE- - ft thorough 1 China gilts and ft boars I months old P, ). Wetherington, six months old gilt. Hardinsburg, Ky. FOR SALE my farm containing 140 acres one mile West of Lodiburg, Ky., on the L. H. Ac St. L R. R. About 40 acres of bottom land, .'to acres in woods. For furthur par titulars, address Dan Miller, Baker field, Cat. Route 1, Box Oft. Wanted Miscellaneous WANT ED You to make extra money renting that spare room or your vacant house by running a Want Ad in Til I BRKCKENRIOCK NEWS. WANTED A small farm with dwelling. 40 to 100 acres located near Cloverport. For The Breckenfurther information address ridge News, Cloverport. Ky. CLAIMS COLLECTIONS RAILROAD We bandle claim against railroads for loss disputed and damage to freight ; adjust claims for shippers, and make collections. Louisville Claim Write us what you have. Bldg. , Louisville, Company, I nte Southern Ky. It's up to YOU to HELP PUT 11 THROUGH Yours for a 4th Liberty Bond I J. C. NOLTE Cloverport, & BRO. Ky. end. We wish to thank our neighbors The Teachers Training Class of Mrs. Frank English was in Louisthe Methodist Sunday school will and friends who were so kind and ville, Monday. meet with Mrs. David B. 'helps, thoughtful in their attentions to us Mr. Thos. Smith of Brandenburg, during our recent bereavement. We Thursday evening of this week. was in Cloverport, Friday on busi-nesespecially desire to thank the men The Ladies Reading Club will have of the L. II. & St. L. shops for their its opening meeting for the winter beautiful floral offering. Miss Ray Lewis Hevser was in at the home of Mrs. L. T. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. lames Cordrey. Louisville, Wednesday and Thursday Thursday afternoon of this week. Miss Bertie Cordrey. shopping. 111m Jennie Hardin of BrandenElla Smith and Frances Misses Smith will visit in Louisville the last burg wjio has been visiting relatives Cloverport Man Inspecting here went to Holt. Monday accomGovernment Freight Cars. of this week. panied by Mrs. Hilary Hardin to be Mr. A. S. Sutton of this city is in Everett C. Foote of Basin Springs the guests of Mrs. Zack Hardin St. Louis where he is supervising the made a business trip to Hardinsburg, County Clerk Arthur T. Beard has building of several freight cars for Monday. returned to his home in Hardinsburg the Government. Mr. and Mrs; Pal Garner of from the St. Joseph's Infirmary, LouMr. Sutton was the Car Inspector son, S. C. are visiting their isville .where he was operated on and for the L H. ft St. L. K R. and he was Garner at Basin Springs. has been greatly improved in health. elected 10 this place by the railroad Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Fields and little Mrs. Fdward Oglesby has return officials, daughter are in Owensboro this week ed home from a several weeks stay visiting relatives. with her brothers, Messrs. Will Wat-kin- s Sailor at Home on a Furlough. drope who were living there at the and Tom Watkins of St. Joseph, McHardinsburg, Ky. Sept. 10, Spectime of the sale have taken the Mo. ial) Mallow Robinson of the U. S. Afee home on Railroad St. Mr. Ed. Bowne, manager of the Navy and connected with the U. S. Mrs. W. H. Bowmer spent several Murray Roofing Tile Co., was in New S. Kearsarge of Boston since August in Hawesville visitdays of last week York City, this week attending a con- arrived in Hardinsburg last Thursing her sister, Mrs. Patsy Hawes. vention of Clay Makers of the Unit- day. He was granted a ten days Mrs. Joe David Brashear of Louis ed States. furlough which iie will enjoy with ville, wag the guest of her sister, Mrs. Owen Winchell, yeoman of the his home people and numerous R. L. Newsom Sunday and Monday. f'riv. Robinson is a fine Great Lakes Naval Training Station friends. Mrs. Bettie Black of Addison is in has a thirty days leave to be with his specimen of young manhood and enLouisville wit': her daughter, Mrs. mother. Mrs. L. W. Winchell who is joys Navy life. Hubert Hall who is quite ill. The Cloverport Red Cross Society will give a picture show at the American Theatre, Tuesday evening Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tilford of Fordsville, received a card announcThey quickly become ulcers and are hard to cure. ing the safe arrival overseas of their son, Paul Tilford. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ferry were in Hardinsburg Friday spending the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. Raleigh Meador. Mrs. J. C. Bruner of Brandenburg, Quickly spent Sunday and Monday with her It is an excellent remedy to keep in the house for prompt use sister, Mrs. Horace Gilbent and Mr. when accidents occur. Try it for Cuts, Wounds, Sores. Galls, D Gilbert. Swellings, Chafed Skin, Sore Feet, Oak or Ivv Poisoning. It is good for human or animal flesh. Sergt. Paul Lewis has been transferred from Camp Zachary Taylor JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor, ST. LOUIS, MO. to Ft. Benjamin Harrison with the D Engineers Corps. Mrs. Jesse Weatherholt returned Sold by all druggista. Monday from Ekron where she went to see her sister, Mrs. Edna Sallee s. llard-insbur- We will pay a straight salary of per week for man with rig to MtfodfM . Six months Kurcka V.gg I'rotlncer. Write ouick. Kureka Mfi. Co., BUY Kast St. l.ouU, III. MI o D z A BOND BUY A BOND BUY A BOND BUY A BOND Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Jut received a Big Shipment of Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. PINE SHEETING For RUBBER ROOFING HILL ITEMS Mrs. Will Lynch who has been visiting in BslttOWS passed through town Friday enroute to ber home in While here she was the Patesville guest of Mr. LynclTs niece. Mrs. Vernon Milburn. Mrs. Charlie Oclze from near Holt has purchased the property known as the Daniel home for f 1,000, Mrs. M.iry Dunn has been quite ill at her home on the Hill. After visiting relatives here and in the country Miss Jennie Hardin has returned to Brandenburg. Mrs. Tom Caley whose home is in Iowa was here Monday to see Mr. Caley's sister, Mrs. John Burke. Mrs. Caley has been with her sister, who is in the hospital .at Owensboro. Mrs. R. S. Pate has returned from the country where she, spent two weeks with her son, Luther I'ate and children. Mrs. Karl Beavin has moved into the Wiscnbtig house. Mrs. Hillary Hardin has gone to P.randcnbutg for a short visit. For the next few weeks Mrs. Steve Wilson will nurse a crippled arm the Dr. result of trying to crank a car. Clark was sent for and pronounced the right arm broken. Mr and Mrs. John Uurke have received word from Washington that their daughter, Miss Nellie Burke had landed safely "over there." Mrs. Cora Renfro returned to her home at Dundee last W ednesday after a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. John M. Gregory and Mr. Gregory. Mrs. O. B. Mattingly returned last week from Mcuady where she had been with her sister, Mrs. Joe Ball who continues ill. Mrs. Viola Jackson has recovered from an attack of pleurisy. Composition Rubber Roofing. Roof Paint American Field Fence. House Paint, Red Cedar Shingles, Nails. Metal Roofing Freight Paid to your RailWrite us for Prices. Prompt service. road Station. Send Cash With Order FORDSVILLE JAKE PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY nnnnnnnnn WILSON. Manager FORDSVILLE. Sores and Wounds ZSJSSASX BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Heals Asbestos Protected Perfection Tires "Most Economical in the Heat Proof Tire Per Mile Made United States" GUARANTEED: Ford Sizes 7,500 Miles. Larger Sizes 6,000 Miles. ENOS SFENCKK, President who is ill. HAS C. HAHH19, Vic II. U. UNUal.Y, Secretary Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bandy are moving into their new home on High street which they purchased from Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wal- C. P. Sawyer. C. C. Powers of Addison was in this city Saturday and paid a visit to The Breckenridge News office to renew his subscription. A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Mrs. Romnie Renfro has returned 321 GUTHRIE STREET, Nortbpf Po.tofr.ee MR. TIRE BUYER: Generous Response for Belgian Relief. ed The people of Cloverport respondmost generously to the appeal made last wek for old clothing to be to her home in Dundee after being Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service sent to the destitute people of France the guest of her sister, Mrs. John M. position. The exact number of All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of and Belgium. Gregory and Mr. Gregory. pounds there will be is rBt known yet full information at once. employment should write for but there were ten large boxes packed Out of the to their fullest capacity. lot only a few things had to be discarded. Mrs. Thomas Odenwalt was chair stopped my its "Yes, man of this committee. Write DEEDS, MORTWe do office work almost exclusively. A perfectly good watch." Write Fire Insurance for the GAGES, CONTRACTS, etc. watch will stop once in Joins Students Army Training Corps. Bring suits on Notes, MortFRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. and we can't underBring Divorce Suits in either Hancock, gages, Accounts etc. Mr. John Duke, who has been stand why it does but a good Suits in Bankruptcy, and Bankruptcy or Breckinridge County. can mighty spending the summer in Pittsburg, watch repairer Settlements. See Kans., came home last week to spend soon tell you. a few days with his parents. Mr. and THOS. ODEWALT Mrs. Robt. Duke before going to LexRAILROAD WATCH INSPECTOR ington where he will enter the V. G. BABBAGE. Office, Cloverport, Ky. CLOVERPORT. KY. Students Army Training Corps of the State University. Commercial School Are you buying mileage or just Tires? MR. DEALER: Exclusive Agencies being established in Stopped? NOTICE Kentucky. to-d- ay This for city is open. Write us information NOTARY PUBLIC S. 908 S. J. RAPIER CO. INCORPORATED DISTRIBUTORS FOR KENTUCKY J Third St. Louisville, Ky PAGE 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. ergeant Brown was hard to satisfy Four machine-gu- n JwWN JmM let the crews to his credit was a couldn't touch it, so he laid it in the hollow of his arm and kept on firing; the huns kept pretty fair record for one day's work. But why leave a perfectly good trench half filled with germans? Brown didn't. The hail bullets could not stop him. He was not thinking of them. Shrapnel was bursting all around him. He did not heed. His rifle was so hot he machine-gu- n of on yelling "Kamerad!" and throwing down their guns. Brown forgot danger and death, he forgot that he was alone against a hundred and fifty germans. He forgot everything but his job Victory. And he walked proudly into camp with one hundred and fifty-nin- e prisoners. i 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 th war, the following firms and in dividuals have patriotically contributed the money to pay fot this and other advertisement! of the Fourth Liberty Loan j We've got a big job over here, too. We must provide guns and shells and food and clothing for men with the spirit of Sergeant Brown to send them forward to Victory. Let's do our job as he did his fearlessly, persistently and quickly. Brown didn't wait to do his duty why should you? Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds "Don't let the SON go down" This space patriotically contributed by the following men of Stephensport, Ky. iW. J. SCHOPP rw. H. GIBSON C. A. TINIUS J. W. FRENCH CHAS. MACY R. A. SMITH PERRY KEMP R. A. SHELLMAN A. B. CASHMAN L. D. FOX O. C. SHELLMAN W. E. FOSTER THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 7 Calls All Cows by Two Safe Places to Put Your Money NATION DEPENDS UPON DAIRY COW This Truth Is Being Sent Home to the American People. BRECKIN RIDGE-BAN-- and A. B. SKILLMAN. GREAT LOAN DRIVE ON Nation Begins Task of Raising - OF CLOVERPORT WAR SAVINGS STAMPS K Their First Names President 40 COMPROMISE WITH GERMANY Continued from First page eVerywhert who are Icnd.ng their h vnluahle aid ami guldancee. "No man or woman who bus really tnken In what this war means enn hesitate to give to the very limit of what they have. "And It Is my mission here to try to make clear once more what the war really means. You will need no other OI RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting under covenants thnt will be efficacious. "Without such instrumentality, by which the peace of the world can be guaranteed, peace will rest In part upon the word of outlaws and only U.on that word. For Germany will hnve to redeem her character, not only by what happens at the peace table but what follows. "And, as I see It, the constitution of thnt league of nntlons and the clear definition of Its objects must be a part. Is In n sense the most essential part, of the peace settlement Itself. It cannot be formed now. If formed now, It would lie merely a new alliance confined to the nations associated against a common enemy. It Is not likely that It could be formed Cashier nations formed LIEUTENANT BEARD INDUSTRY MUST BE SUPPORTED $6,000,000,000. Two Subscriptions Totaling $55,000,000 Announced in New York $3,650, 000 in Hour at Chicago. North America Almost the Only Land Where the Dairy Business Has Not Been Crippled to the Point of Ex- termination Federal Government Lending Its Support to Spread This Message. Without the dairy cow we cannot Sept. America Ret Itself to the task of raising a loan of fi,OIK),0(HI.IHK) ill Hirer weeks. Although this was twice the minimum of any previous Liberty loan and by far the greatest war credit ever undertaken by any nation, treasury department otllclals were certain that the sum would be oversubscribed. Their confidence was expressed In the announcement that the surplus would be allotted. Officials felt that It wns a favorable augury for the fourth Liberty loan mat the campaign got under way Just when the American army was press-'r.- f forward In a great offensive In France and Bulgaria was suing for dispence, starling the integration of the central powers. Subscriptions to the loan began l ouring In at all federal reserve banks. By Communities had oversubscribed Iholr quoins even before the campaign officially began. Thousands of workers were out early and in practically every city, town and hamlet In the land. Special ceremonies of one sort or another ushered In the drive. Post d Washington, :. stimulation, ers everywhere exhorted readers to back the hoys In Franco with Liberty Bonds. In Washington the campaign began 'with exercises on the steps of the tieosury building. Miss Oernldine Far-tsang "The Banner" i.nd "The Marseillaise," and a concert was given by the MnHne band. Former President Taft. members of the thlnet. senators and representatives nod foreign diplomats were guests of The 30,000 employees of the honor. treasury department bureaus had been filven n holiday so they might attend. So eager were some communities to make strides toward their subscription redress? fttH that they sent solicitors to work "Shall the assertion of right be hapnt the stroke of midnight. hazard and by casual alliance or shall A million and a half men, women there be a common concert to oblige and children are enrolled in an army the observance of common rights? o. nctive campaigners to place a bond "No man, no group of men, chose In evTry home. these to lie the issues of the struggle. The whole mat machinery got Into They are the issues of it. and they motion smoothly. must I"' settled by no arrangement or' Indications are that the American compromise or adjustment of Interests, rople now realize more than In any but definitely and once for all and with oT the three previous loan campaigns a full and unequivocal acceptance ol ttv Intimate relation between govern- the principle that the Interest of the ment bonds and the lighting by Ameriweakest is as sacred as the interest of can soldiers in France, and that those the strongest. snared the hardships of army life must "This is what we mean when we economize to buy bonds. li. ah of a permanent peace, if we Chicago, Sept. .10. Subscriptions of sp a!; sincerely intelligently, nnd !0re than $231.000 a minute poured with a leal Knowledge and enmpre- Chicago fund during the first into the bension of the matter we deal with. U minute of the campaign, before the "HI are an agreeu mat more hlstles stopped blowing. Some, too Baa ha no peace obtained by any busy to face the east, were w riting out Kind of bargain or c promise with thai pledges. At the end of the tirst tin- governments of die contsaJ (8,6fi0,000 had been subscribed, lniir bscanos we have dealt with New York, Sept. 30. Two subscripthem already and have seen them were antions, totaling J.VS.OOO.OOO, ileal with other governments thai "ere nounced when the second federal reparty to this struggle, at serve district committee formally in- and P.ueharcst. augurated lis drive for the fourth us that "They have convinced Liberty loan at nine o'clock Saturday. they are without honor and do not justice. They observe no Intend 25 MINERS KILLED IN BLAST covenants, accept no principle but force and their own Interests. "We cannot ' MM to terms' with Explosion Occurs at Royal ton. u d , stn-pira-a, I'.rest-LltovsIIL-G- eneral hnve started the conflict, but neither they nor their opponents can stop It as they please, I; has become a peoples' war, and peoples of all sorts and races, of every degree of power and variety of fortune, are involved In Its sweeping processes of change and settlement. "We fame into it when Us character hnd become fully defined and It was plain that no nation could stand apart or be Indifferent to Its outcome. Its chnUeatga drove to the heart of everything we cared for or lived for. The voice of the war had become clear and gripped our hearts. "Our brothers from many lands. M well IS our own murdered dead under the s,i, were calling to us, and we responded, fiercely and of course. "We accepted the issues of the wnr as facts, not as any group of men either here or elsewhere hail dellned them, and we can accept no outcome Which does not squarely meet and settle them. The War's Issues. "Those issues are these: "Shall the military power of any or group of nations be suffered to determine the fortunes of peoples over whom they hnve no right to rule except the right of force? "Shall strong nations be free to wrong wenk nations nnd make them .subject to their purpose and interest? "Shall people he ruled and dominated, even In their own Internal affairs, by arbitrary and Irresponsible force, or by their own will and choice? "Shall there be a common standnrd of right and privilege for all peoples and nations or shall the strong do as they will and the weak suffer without "Individual statesmen may i i curity. "It would be folly to lenve the guarantee to the subsequent voluntary action of the government peace, anil the peace cannot be guaranteed as an afterthought. The reason, to speak In plain terms again, why it must be guaranteed. Is that there will be parties to the peace whose promises hnve proved untrustworthy, and means must be found In connection with the peace settlement Itself to remove that source of Inse- after that settlement. "It Is necessary to guarantee the W. E. SKINNER, General Manager of the National Dairy Show to Be Held at Columbus, O.. Oct. Years of experience In handling large dairy and cattle shows throughout the i'nited States has given Mr. Skinner a first hand knowledge of practically every prize winning cow-I10-1- From the veteran of a dozen prize rings to the yearling being shown for the first time, he knows them all Lj name, their breed and their probable perform.! nces. the i'nited States. SWISS CHEESE KOW v.,...-- we have seen destroy Bussia and deceive ICoumanla. Particulars of Terms. "These, then are some of the particulars, and I state them with the greater confidence because I can state them auiiioiitatively as representing this government's Interpretation of Its own duty with regard to peace: "F1BST The impartial Justice meted out must Involve no discrimination between those to whom we wish to be Just and those to whom we do not wish to be Just. It must be a Justice thnt plays no favorites and knows no standard but the equal rights of the several peoples. No special or separate "SECOND Interest of any single nation or any group of nations can he made the basis of any part of the settlement which Is not consistent with the common interest of all. "THIRD There can he no leagues or alllancees or special covenants and understandings within the general and common family of the league of nations. "FOURTH And more specifically, there can be no special, selfish, economic combinations within the league nnd no employment of any force of economic boycott for exclusion except as the iiower of t Manic penalty by exclusion from the markets of the world may lie vested In the league of nations itself us a means of discipline and control. "1'11'TII All International agreements and treaties of every kind must be mads known In their entirety to the rest of the world. "Special alliances and economic rivalries and hostilities have been the prolific sources in the modem world of the plans and passions that produce wur. It Would be an insincere as well as insecure peace that did not exclude than in definite and binding uw MADE IN AMERICA m6i Lieutenant Beard, who is commander of the U. S. S. Laurence, was commended for bravery and daring by Secretary of the Navv Daniels recently. IS YOUR DESK MAH0GANY7 More Than Fifty Different Woods Are Put on the Market and Sold Under That Name. the limited area between southern Florida and northern South America. Nowhere else does It reully flourish. But the public will have mahogany. Women want It for furniture, business men prefer It for agaca fixtures, and teak and mahogany are rivals In the affections of shipbuilders. Therefore substitutes nourish. It Is not surprising that the real wood Is so expensive when It Is learned that it takes from HX to ISO years (of a mahogany tree to reach merchant' able size. Most of the substitutes bear little mors limn n general resemblance to the genuine wood, but skillful finishing makes than very much alike. Experts can annnlly distinguish between than by the aid of an ordinary pocket lens. The efforts of the superficial, however, to judge the wood by its appearance weight, grain and color often lead them astray. Popular Science Monthly. Whea you bas backache thclivcr or kidney arc sure to be out of gear. Try San-oit (Iocs womlcrs tor tile liver, ki.lm-yami Msassr, A trial .Klc lioltle will convince you.. r,et it at the drue store. The name "mahogany" commercially to more thnn ent woods. Perhaps half now sold under that name mahogany, for the demand ceeds the supply. The tree Is only native to Is applied fifty differthe lumber Is not true greatly ex- "Swiss America" was to be a Joke. That day has passed. One of the most Interesting and Informing exhibits which will characterize the National Hairy Show will at Columbus, Ohio, October be several tons of cheeses made In this country after famous formulae which have old world reputation. Swiss cheese, Roquefort. Formage de Tlrle and I.imberger cheese are ali made in the United States better and more cheaply than they ever were made In Europe. An air of quaint ness will be given the exhibition by having It In charge uf young women garbed In the costume of the counthese tries which once produced cheeses for the American table. High cheese of this sort may be considered a war industry. American manufacturers have made such progress that aside from the fact that European dairy herds are depleted almost to the point of extinction. It is doubtful whether European manufacturers will be able in many years to come to get back the market they formerly enjoyed in the United States. in sup-rose10-1- There was cleese made a day when we cannot exist as a nation. North America Is plmost the only land where the dfdry Industry has not been crippled to the point of annihilation. These three reasons, according to M. D. Munn. of St. Paul, Minnesota, ono of the principal live Mock men of the country and vice president of the National Dairy show, are the reasons why the entire country must awake to the need of supporting the dairy industry as a w hole. These facts are being emphasized in connection with the National Dairy Show at Columbus, Ohio, October when the government will lend Its strong support in sending home thse truths to the people of the country. According to Mr Munn the vital lesson, which men like Dr. E. V. McCol-lum- , of Johns Hopkins, are giving to the public here and there, must come home to the nation as a whole, if tho I'nited States Is to be spared the misery which holds almost all of Europe In Its thrall 10-1- rear children. Without children IMPORTANT MEETINGS AT THE DAIRY SHOW A number Columbus, Ohio. of important conventions will be held in conjunction with the National Dairy Show, in Columbus, Ohio, October in 10. They are The Interna The tional Milk Dealers. October of Ice Cream National Association and The Manufacturers. October American Dairy Bclence Association . j where a man cannot ouy a glass of milk for any amount of money. Every drop they have of the precious fluid is aved for children. And there are areaC of devastated Uelgium and elsewhere that the mortality among children is 90cj. Think of it! It is the purpose of the National Dairy Show to encourage the discouraged dairymen of the I'nited States to labor on. There are, in round numbers, In this country, 2:1,000,000 dairy cows and these produce 89,000,000,000 pounds of milk. Large as this amount may appear, it Is not sufficient for one full glass per capita for the population of this country per day. when other dairy products are taken out of the total supply. of all food etten Last year, over In this country came from the dairy cow. In addition to this, the dairy cow Is almost the sole support of soil fer Agncar tility on me average larm ture would almost disappear from the liiiteil Btatei within live years if thd t dairy Industry were annihilated. least, agriculture would lie so seriously crippled thai anything like commercial prosperity anywhere in the land would be out of las qnsstioa. The National Dairy Show is the one opportunity to bring the men of the country and the housewives ol the na- ilea together to airs them the benefit of the collective wisdom of the I'nited States In reference to the dairy cow. Jast now dair.wuen everywhere are Immensely in teed of encouragement There are great areas In Europe lo Blue-Blood- ed terms. "We still read Washington's immortal warning against 'entangling alliances' with full comprehension and answering purpose. But only special and limited alliances entangle and we recognize and accept the duty of a new day In which we are permitted to hope for a general alliance which will avoid entanglements and clear the air of the world for common understandings and the maintenance of common rights. Answers Groundless Doubting. "I have made this analysis of the International situation which the war has created, not, of course, because terms only in (he terms of lerritoris! arrangements and the divisions of power and not In terms of broad vision, justice and mercy and peace and the long Satisfaction Of those ings of oppressed and distracted men and women and enslaved peoples that seem to thsSH the only ihings worth lighting a war for that engulfs the world. Believes Allies' Alms Same. "But L for one. am glad to attempt tin answer again and again in the hope that I may make it clearer that my one thought Is to satisfy those who struggle In the ranks and are. perhaps, above all others entitled to a reply whose meaning no one can have any excuse for misunderstanding, If he understands the language in which It is spoken or can get some one to translate it correctly into his own. "And I believe that IBS n ailers of the governments with which we are asso elated will speak, as they have occasion, as plainly as I have tried to deep-seated Horses Aid In Winning the War on Huns Manager Victim. is a Murphysboro, III., Sept. 30. Twenty-fmen are reported to have been killed In an explosion In the north mine of the Franklin Coal and Coke company at Royalton, III. The dead Include the superintendent and general aaanafitr of the mine ive NAPS BETWEEN Election BALLOTS JuJge Sleeps on Sidewalk During Quiet Spell. During the recent primary election In Kansas City things became so quiet in a North side ward that Edwurd O'Callaghnn, a Judge of elections, proceeded to tuke a "nap" on the sidewalk between votes. He slept on the sidewalk with his chullenge book for a pillow. When a voter came In his fellow section officials would awaken bun, and after the vote was cast ('Callahan would go hack to sleep. The precinct was, in former years, one of 'he busiest places in the city. Woman Kills Big Bear. big-gam- Grant county, New Mexico, has a e woman who has qualified aa a hunter. She Is Mrs. W. 8. Soule, wife of a sawmill operator north it Pi DOS Altos. Mrs. Soule arrived ,n Silver City the other day from the moon d brown bear. tains with a Mrs. Soule, while riding horaebdek through the mountains, came upon the on the trail. A shot at ISO yards ' down. them. They have made it Impossible. "The Germuu people must by this time be fully uware that we cannot accept1 the word of those who forced this war upon us. We do uot think the same thoughts or speuk the same languuge of agreement. "It Is of cupitul Importance that we should be explicitly agreed that no peece shall be obtained by any kind of compromise or abatement of the principles we have avowed as the principles for which we are lighting. There should exist no doubt about that. I am, therefore, going to take the liberty of speaking with the utmost frankness ubout the practical implications that are Involved In It. Foj Must Pay Price. "If It be In deed and In truth the common object of the governments associated against Germany and of the nations whom they govern, as I believe It to be, to achieve by the coming settlements u secure and lasting peace, It wills be necessary that all who sit down at the pein e table shall come ready and willing to pay the price, the only price, that will procure It ; and ready and willing also to ovate In some virile fashion the only instrumentality by which it can be made certain that the agreements of the peace will be honored and fulfilled. "That price is Impartial Justice in every Item of settlement, no matter whnae Interest Is crossed; not only n impartial Justice, but also the of the several peoples whose hick are dealt with. That instrumentality is a league aatla-factloIndia-seataaa- I doubted whether the leaders of the great nations and peoples with whom we are associated were of the same mind and entertained a like purpose, but because the air every now and again gets darkened hy mists and groundless doublings and mischievous perversions of counsel and it Is neces-snr- y once and again to sweep all the Irresponsible talk about peace Intrigues and weakening morale and doubtful purpose on the part of those In authority utterly, and. If need be, speak. " 'Peace drives' can ne effectively unceremoniously aside and say things utilized and silenced only by showing ill the plainest words that can be that every victory of the nations assofound, even when It Is only to say ciated against (lermuny brings the tuiover again what has been said before, tions nearer the sort of peace which quite as plainly If in less unvarnished will bring security and reassurance to terms. all peoples and make the recurrence of "National purposes have fallen more another struggle of pitiless force and and more Into the background and the bloodshed forever Impossible and that common purpose of enlightened man- nothing else can. kind has taken their place. "Germany is constantly Intimating "Plain workaday people have de- the 'terms' she will accept ; and almanded almost every time they came ways finds that the world does not together, and are still demanding, that want terms, it wishes the final triumph the leaders of their governments de- of Justice and fair dealing." clare to them plainly what it is exactly what it Is that they were seekWE BUY ing in this war and what they think OL D the Items of the final aettiemeut should be. I tlr"- - "They are not yet satisfied with what they have been told. They still asem to fear that they are getting what they ash for only la statesmen's W pay from WOO lo $80.00 per act (broke or not). We alto pay auual value for Diamond, old Gold, Silver and Bridie-work- . Send at once by parcel poet and receive caah by eturn mall. FALSE TEETH MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY D.pt X. SSS7 go. iU it. tMlssslasls. Fa. Federal Government has the importance of THE horse breeding and the relation of the horse show to the industry by granting special railroad concessions to the animals that will be shown at the Horse Show, which will ha the night testurs of the National Dairy Show at Columbus, O Oct The first three days of the show will e given oyer to Porcherana. Tho , 10-1- 9 week of Oct. will bo devoted to saddle and hsruess horses. Including Jumpers, hunters and cavalry mounts. Johnny Jones, with Frances Koa-hiup, one of the prise horses of tho Oppenheliuer stables of Now York City, Is here shown ready for entrance at the Columbus show. Insert is W. 8. Blitx. New York, national maaagei of horse shows, who will bo la chargo of arrangements. 14-1- PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx FALL SALE Boy's School Suits Boys School CONTINUED Specials "9 I Men's I ONE d0 WEEK LONGER We have added a few Men's Fall Hats all Hats in the famous "Kingsbury" make in all shapes and stvles; regular $8.80 AO more bar- Suits in Grey ami 0 t dark mixtures sizes I rears Boys Suits in M.iJO A better a)) gradtl Bovs 1" tci II years l $5.48 li'ic School Girls School Dresses Girls School Dresses in ood quality gingham with long sleeve's OUK, AadfrtJ QOs (iirls btttcr grade ilrcsscs made OO u) in the latest styles now selling Shoes Shoes in all dull ealf and leathers, pat. leather, Russia tafl in button and lace: sizes 1V to 4. Values up QQ t,, 4.00 One lot of Men's slioes in Jn small all leathers. AG sics only. ChlC lot hi Ladies Lot Ainoskeap Ging- - O'TJLp ham for one week only Men's guild quality sus- penden special price Ladies and children's fleece ungreat derwear, slightly s,,iled; 35c values ireat reduction in ribbons; all Colors and widths; values up to 5, 10 and W2c 88c Men's good quality socks; colors 12c blue, tan and gray Men's blue Work Shirts; while 95c they last great values ( ). X. T. Thread in 2MI yd. 5c spools All of our Ladies' 86c handker19c chiefs; each All our Ladies' 2"e handker12c chiefs; each ( ; values. Men's hats in assorted and colors. OUT special styles Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar Act Quickly Come right in the Store and inspect Our beautiful and high grade Pianos and Player Pianos. The illustration in this Add is a reproduction as nearly as possible of the Styles You must see them and hear them to appre- ur Floor. mi ( " gains to our lists. Take advantage of low prices and purchase NOW. " PIANOS Department All our $l.Lr. Middies, the very thing for school wear QQ vG7V Ladies fannellcte peticoats... 98c Grocery Department will continue the sale of Royal Coffee, I lbs. only to a "J CUStoher, the entire week We BlttC All I of our 10c handkerchiefs; sj0 fl0 each 5c )ne lot caps on bargin table 48c Special Childrens' handkerchiefs; 4c each 4c lumbo Pencil Tablets One lb. Greefl tea regular ue Mascot soap SOc val- 40c 5c ciate them. Highest prices paid for produce. As an Introductory sale this week, we are making special Discount for Cash or Time. Our Special will be placed to Demonstrate the Pianos to you, Ren-resati- Please place your orders for merchandise in the afternoon so they can be sent Mm son i. ih. ! out early next morning. can. Be patriotic and carry home as many parcels as you Uncle Sam asks us to do this. GOLDEN RULE COHEN, Proprietor Lm Clover port, Ky Dr. and Mrs. 4 B. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. N. Gardner motored to Hodgensville, Monday. Mrs. W. N. tiolt spent last Sunday at Camp Taylor with her nephew, Hubert Wallace. Rev. Eugene Reid has gone t? Alabama to assist in a meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Suter are visiting Mr. Suter's parents at Worthville. Serg. Bernard Carter, Camp Dodge is visiting relatives here. Mrs. G L. Bandy is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. T. McCoy in Louisville. Rev. Hal Head, a graduate of the Rev. P. H. Ryan, graduated from Chaplains School, the Training Thursday. After a months furlough he will report for overses duty. Mrs. Fidelia Galloway has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Margaret Chambliss was in Louisville last week. Mrs. Newsom Gardner entertained at "500" Thursday afternoon. Those present Mesdames, J. F. Vogel, Her-shKirk, W. B. Taylor, A. T. Adkins, F'red Brite, J. D. Ashcraft and fercy Henderson. E. A. Reese and Lou Cowley spent Monday and Tuesday in West Point and Louisville. Biggs. is Owen Jeffersonville spending several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Biggs. Hayden Bramlette, Louisville spent the week-enwith his parents. Mr. Mattingly, Cloverport visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattingly last el d ' HARDINSBURG A good basket hall team was organized at the It. C. H. S., last week, to he coached by the High School teachers. The girls are looking forward to much fun and sport is Dillon, of Akron, Ohio, is at home for a visit to his parents. Miss Hallle Brown and brother, Allien, of Chicago, came home, Saturday, to visit for a short while with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brown. Miss Rsthff Mesdof spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. F, S. Kiucheloe. leaving on the nine o'clock train for Louis villc. Miss Mesdof is able t i take up her work again now and it is hopeful that she will he entirely restored to her firmer good Saturday. They comhined pleasure with husiness returning Saturday evening. Philip Watlington left Sunday for Lexington where he will enter the Military Training School. Byron to Louisville will enter the Medical Preparatory Department. Dr. Harold Beard spent a portion of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard He will join the army enlisting in the call for physicians. Misi Bcsi Watlington. of W'ood- Irow, pent the week end at home. Tom Beard will furnish the ' lass with seed corn for their Agri-cultur- Messrs. Rhodes, from the State lights. University, and Linhay. Federal Inspector, were visitors at the Breckinridge County High School. Wed- spring planting. nesday. Mrs. Will Waddle, of Mooleyville. A C ommunity Cluh was organized was the guest of Mrs. Sphire, Thurshere Friday evening. A very satis- day. factory meeting met at the Court James Rhodes, age 7:. of McDani-els- , House I'tida; evening, the desire of was huried at the Long Lick the chili is to make the town a unit. Catholic bUrying ground. Wednesday. Rev, Meyers, of Louissillc, will Mr Ken Rhodes, of llardinshurg, is preach at the Baptist church, Thurs- a brother. Two brothers near town day evening at F:SS o'clock. are William and John. Thomas lives Rev. B, I' Wilson, former pastor in Grayson county. There were once at Vine (irove, is the pastor sent to ten brothers living to a good age. Mrs, R. B. MiGlothlan, of Irving-ton- , take Brother Robert Johnson's place liro. Johnson will go to Kddyville. uas in llardinshurg, Monday in Mr. and Mrs Y Moorman and the interest of the Fourth Liherty Mis-Pauline motored to Louisville, Loan Drive. health. , Superior Woolen Mills' MILL END SALE Ends Saturday, August 24th rHere's Our $1 Offer: Suits tai'ored to measure from the short lengths left from the materials that went into our $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.( 0, $27.50, $30.00 and up to $37.50 Suits! cso $0000 Now For Only Sale ends Saturday, August 24th. Just a short time in which to gat in on this big bargain event. Lots of fin woolens from which to choose, including many serges. Superior Woolen Mills 13 W. Market Louisville little (laughter, Virginia are in Owensboro this week visiting relatives. Mrs. Krne.it Pierce and baby have returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Russell Pendleton near Union Mis-e- s ICUa Leaf and Betrice Star. Mrs. Ida Nottingham and mother Payne were in Cloverport, Saturday of Lodiburg, were guests of Mr. and afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Glenn and Mrs. Mis II A Dutschke and Mrs W Allie Groves were shopping in Clov- J, Schopp last week. Mrs. C. B. Waggoner and daugherport, Tuesday. Farmer I are busy sewing wheat ter, Miss Jane were in Cloverport, and getting their fields in order, while Saturday. Hi G. Barbee received a card anthe fourth cutting of their alfalfa nouncing the safe arrival of his son, crops has been saved. Mrs. Leona Cooper and little son, Sgt. John E. Barbee overseas. Sgt. were guests of her sister, Mrs. Dick Barbee is with the H4th Division. W. J. Schopp has sold his home to l'arrish of Cloverport. Dr. Dick l'arrish and family of Mort Brunilield. Mr. and Mrs. Cloverport, spent the week-en- d with Schopp will occupy their new cot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan l'ar- tage on Main St. rish. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman have Mrs. Myrta Smith was hostess of moved into part of Mrs. A. B. Crawthe Auxilsry Wednesday afternoon. ford's residence. The next meeting will be with Miss C. A. Tinius has traded his hardKannie Polk The cluh has taken up ware store ami residence here to E. A. ar Work and are now making a Hardest)' for his farm near Webster. worsted log cabin iniilt and cotton The transfer will take place Oct.l. Mr. Tinius will occupy the cottage patch work quilts for the Red Cross to be given to devastated French recently vacated by A. B. Cashman sufferers. Onnelton F u iiii re and will continue in the undertaking Mr. Hardest)- will move John David Sampley of Illinois, business. was here Monday seeing his fritsdl here and take charge oi the store. He came to sic his halt sister. Mrs. Mr ami Mrs. Henry 1'loch of Tell Win. Miller of llardingrove, who is City, are guest, ,,i Mr. Ploch's brothvery low, and bis sister. Mrs Mary er. Philip 1'loch. Tate of Cloverport, who with her daughter. Mrs. Ida Lamb and brother, Let The Breckinridge News "Carry P. W Sampley of Tell City, spent (Jn" the message from home to the Tuesday on their father, Peter Sam boy's in service. v pley s tu in now owned by F rank Gudic. where they all spent their RED CROSS AMR1C0 TOOTH PASTE days Tele childhood Cannelton An sntiseptic refreshing paste, that phone. leaves s delightful after-tastCleanses the teeth without injuring the enamel. The sntiseptic properties aid Tobinsport Boy in England. in keeping- the teeth snd gums in s healthy condition. This snd more than Wallace W'eatherholt, son of Mr. one hundred other Red Cross Remedies and Mrs. W. W'eatherholt, Tsbinsport snd Toilet Preparations sold and guarhas been sent to Stockbridge, Eng., anteed only by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. where he is in the service as a bookkeeper. Mr. Weatherholt writes to his parents quite frequently of the IRVINGTON splendid services the Red Cross and Y. M. C. A., are giving the boys over Earl Chitwood, Louisville spent He says the people at home there. Thursday with friends in our town. do not realize what these organizaEditor J. W. Willis was in Lexingtions are really doing in the war and it does them a great iujutticc to ton, last week in interest of the that Cream station. criticise them in any way. Mr. John Shaw returned from Chicago. Monday where he had gone in the interest of the Farmers Bank. Pvt. Morris Kincheloe is now stais the J. T. Basham, Leitchfield tioned at Camp Mills, N, Y., Paul guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. They are L. Basham. Gardner is at Brooklin. stationed at these camps with other Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mattingly and comrads awaiting to he sent over. guests of relchildren were week-enMr. and Mrs. Jesse Robertson of atives in Cloverport. Glen Dean were in Hardinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pence and Sunday to atend a meeting in the in- children, of Westville, Ohio, are terest of the Fourth Liberty Loan. guests of Mrs. Pence's mother, Mrs. The contractors for the A. T. Rachel Lay. Beard residence turned over the keys Mrs. A. M. Miller after a visit to to him W ednesday. It is a beautiful her sister, Mrs. Olcvia Lay returned up to date residence. Complete in Wednesday to Cloverport. heating. waterworks and electric Mrs. O. B. Ferguson and STEPHENSPORT d Chaplain's Training School is spending several davs with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Head. Lewis Bennett Moremen has gone to Ames, Iowa to attend college. Mis. W. J. Piggott attended con-- : ttrence at Madisonville, last week. She represented the Woman's Mis- - TOBINSPORT sionary Work. Priendi of Leslie Jones, will be glad to learu that he is feeling fine and is not severely wounded as re- ported. The first entertainment of the Lyceum course will be held at the Methodist church Oct. Uth. Benefit of the Red Cross. Mrs. Bridwell, Louisville has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Adele week. Miss Margaret Conniff who has been in New York since Sept. 11th is on her way for overseas duty with the Red Cross work. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jolly, Louisville attended the funeral of Mrs. Elisabeth Hendricks, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Anderson, Guston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Marshall. Conniff. Wilbur Brite .Lewisport spent the with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil J. D. Potts, McQuady is visiting week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. David Crews. Brite. STOP! Take a look at what we offer you. i e. We offer you a market for your cream, offer t start you out with a can on trial. Why not take advantage of it. Try aome cream today Oar Frio lor cream now OSc. SUGAR CREEK CREAMERY CO. Evansville, Ind.