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The Breckenridge news: October 9, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918100901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 9, 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 BRECKENK1 DUE NEWS. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 Months. I ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $150 a Year; 50c for 4 Months: 75c for 6 Months. 9, l'.'l- B VOL. XLIII. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, Pagei No. is TWO BOYS FROM BRECKINRIDGE DIE IN FRANCE GARLAND BRUNER OF BRANDENBURG TO THE CITIZENS OF WITH THE RAILWAY ARTILLERY. BRECKINRIDGE IrviiiKtnti. Oct s. (Special) On account of the rapid spread of in. limna. which endangers the health and lives of the civil population over the entire country, the State Hoard of Health has ilSWll a proclamation closing all places of amusement, schools, churches and other places of assembly, thereby handicapping the campaign oi the Fourth Liberty Loan A far more serious handicap is the feeling which is prevalent that the news from the front warrants a slack-- I Mrng of our efforts at home. Nothing could be further from the truth, and no more insidious propaganda I Hall (Ml could be circulated by the enemy. I i r And the Brother of One Is Severely Wounded. Corp. Hall and Pvt. Durbin. ' closer Each week the war comes a Jittle home to the people of lirocl:- in'-- i Ige county,and during the p.ist veek two more .names have heen added to the county's Honor Roll of those who have been killed in France making three in all. Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Durbin of Garlield st V Germany is not hetitcn yet. let not victor Ml make us optimistic. We have a brutal enemy la light, who has may tricks in his land yet Therefore all citizlns of the county arc urged to conic forward and volunteer to lend their money to the Government, so that the supply of arms ami ammunition may not be interrupted. The report of last Saturday indicat-eilthonly '21 per cent of our quota tf at received a message from the War Department bearing the news that their son, Pvt. James Durbin was killed in action Sept. 15. A few days later, Mr. and Mrs. Durbin had a telegram saying their other sJn, Lonnie Durbin was severely wounded in August. James Durbin was 22 years old and born near Garfield. He was one of the first boys from this county who left with the first drafted men in September 1917. Besides his brother, Lonnie Durbin who is 24 years old, he leaves his parents and three sisters. Corp. Hall Dies From Wounds. Word came from the War Department Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall of Hardinsburg stating their son, Henry Byron Hall had died as result of wounds on Sept. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Hall had previously re ceived information of their son being wounded August 4. Corp. Hall was 23 years old and was a volunteer. He enlisted in April 1917 and soon after entering service he was stent" to Grayling, Minn., during the I. W. W. trouble and from there he was sent to Camp McArthur, Texas, and was in training until Jan. 16, when he was transferred to Camp Merritt. N. J., staying there two rics thence he sailed for France in . Corp. Hill was a member of Co. D. 125 Infantry. Besides his parents, he leaves two sisters, Sadie and Mona Hall and one one brother, Ray Hall. He was born at Rockvale. FeM-uaty- had been raided. We take pride in the fact that our county has always responded liberally to all calls for service, so let us overcome these handicaps with a long pull, a strong pull and a pull al- together. W. J. I'iggott, County Chairman. Garland Sheldon Bruner, who formerly was employed by the L. H. & St. L. Ry. Co., as a telegrapher enlisted with the colors June 1st, 1918 at present he is stationed at Fort Adams, R. !., as wireless telegraph operator and looking forward to He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bruner do his bit to help lick the Hun with the Railway Artillery soon in foreign land. of Brandenburg, Ky. more experienced team. It would be hard to pick individual stars for either team, but for Hardinsburg liHook, Moorman and Chancellor de-- ! serve credit for playing a clean game. The Hardinsburg teams showed a lack of knowledge of the rules, which necessitated the calling of many Hardinsburg's Two Teams Met fouls. The line-uof The C. H. S. Teams. Home. score ly quarters the teams and the follows: Girls Won. Girls' Game Cloverport F.lsie May and Fleanor A large and enthusiastic crowd Rcid, Forwards; Eva Wroe. Center; and Lida Mae went to the C H. S. campus Saturday Louise W'cathcj-hol- t afternoon to see the first basketball English! Guards. I lanlinsburg M argaret Monarch game for the season, between the high school teams of Hardinsburg and and llettie Monarch, Forwards; Clara Cloverport. Both the boys' and girls' Beard, Center; Monna Hall and teams of these schools played and Helen Meador, Guards. the spectators were treated to as in- Hardinsburg z cmywp shrdul etao 3 4 Total teresting games as have ever been Score 3 o 4 0 played here. The C. H. S. girls easily Hardinsburg 12 4 III defeated the girls from Hardinsburg Cloverport Boys' Game by the score of II to 4, while the Cloverport Furrow and Reid, Forboys game was in doubt until the final whistle, the Hardinsburg team wards; "Wroe. Center; C. Weather-ho- lt and L. Weatherholt, Guards. fina lly winning 15 to 13. The home Hardinsgurg Jolly and Moorman, girls deserve great credit for winning against a much larger team and Forwards; Hook, Center; Davis and in view of the fact that they have had Chancellor, Guards. 1 3 2 4 Total very little practice and part of the Score 15 0474 regular team was out of the game. Hardinsburg G 13 5 2 0 The C. H. S. boys played a great Cloverport O F. G. game against a much heavier and FIRST BASKET BALL GAME THIS SEASON p 12 1 Notice: If you must cough or sneeze cover your nose or mouth with a handkerchief. J. R. WILSON GLEN DEAN, KY. Toile Du Nord A special Notice: All colds, however slight, should be treated as possible attacks of influenza. Big Wonder Sale Outing Cloth Very best quality to use in making night gowns, petticoats, etc Light and dark OC colors. Special per yard Hoosier Cotton quality of dress gingham in the Special per yard better grades. Serves for all purposes. QC ' JJ s Hoosier Brown cotton is advancing in price all the tithe. Take advantage of this sale. OO wknm Special per yard Apron Gingham For children's school wear, baby's rompers and cooking aprons. Small checks in OC adtV all colors. Special per yard Percales Work Shirts Men's heavy grade of solid blue work shirts for winter wear WM. aVU Special each in all sizes. Good Bookfold 28 inches wide. Conies in light and dark colors, stripes and figures. OKa mdtMX Special per yard ff Amoskeag Gingham for purchasing Amoskeag apron gingham at this price. Don't fail to miss it. Special per yard atrfW An exceptional opportunity Cheviots Overalls and Jackets Men's Overalls and jackets in solid blue. Good heavy brand. Durable and servicable. Special per pair 0J This is the very best brand of cheviot. Color solid blue and !1 inches wide. Special aWlr per yard $2.50 OJL, " ver ille. Dress Gingham Book fold and Longfold ginghams. Fast colors suitable for girl's school dresses and OP V children's dresses. Special per yard Table Solid white and Special per yard Oil Cloths Hope Cotton "Meritas Brand" oil cloth is the best made. tfther fancy colofl 35c Hope bleached cotton needs no introduction except to call attention to this i 2V low price. Special per yard ler. lor. list 0111 l.ous- - eat BEST MARKET PRICES PAID. LADIES' BLACK HOSE ALL YOU WANT FOR 15c PER PAIR. WE WANT YOUR PRODUCE. JUST RE HELP RAISE THE $302,000. CEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES AND CHILDREN'S COATS. BUY A LIBERTY BOND TODAY. Ji-t- ay Tal- - Wr. 1 to i PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE MISS MARY HOYT WIBORQ i . ? Y E IN THE SIGNAL CORPS. of IrtcMnrMgi tMMkft splen- ,, dM jrwag ma hi n Swu ., Hen- Hendnckson drkluHM, IM of Mr of 'the ClovAport and Hardinsburg pike. vJio in with the Field Signal IM Hcndrickson's ideas lattalion. of this war are expressive of the The letter ad- armv American d to his father reads: l ather: Will try write vou a few lines to let you the best am enioving know that of health and having a fairly good time, as well as can be expected when MM) I tit i"i ! i a complete examination t ed ed up lie """ beach for Have drill-On- e hen marcih- a mile on the AMtk of the over. whjcli jrf.on the other .ide i,.,.,,,,, f which we came Pay enough for clothes VOU may expect your clothes to cost more this fall than they did a year ago: but so does everything else. The main thing to consider isn't "How much do they cost?" but "How much do I That has always been get for the money?" the main thing in buying clothes anyway. W,U have a god a Pi,low so vou sce used in school. th P to night. Wl,i,e mak,nB If the reports are true. I think the1 change the sargeant came in and said Yanks are letting their presence be ' quarantine is lifted go where you known along a good stretch of the G"ess Pre,tv short was" I only hope that they will Pleasefront and in Coast Artillery for they keep up their good work so that we we will be taking in blue hat cords and can all get back to our homes as soon are ,lo,,,t kno what red onesI W hen I get back as possible I will try a little of my skill at we will nave to uo. think Well. I am a little farther away tr fairmina iti ntd Kt'iitnckv not i i n ict r.,i.rh n from home than I ever was. It is be an(1 hundred miles tu ' W n,P kM. t of the time the maybe c,8ht farthertenbefore I return, still balance I mav put in Cincinnati or Hu"s T,lc A,lies are to 'n some other piace not too far away; 1 close 1 have a little wash-no- t that is if I can do what I want to if Wt to night. This camp is far then I may settle down in some , 'Th,s .ls, head of Can,P corner of the earth. 1 did not see Pen or'nk here Am sending a couple of poppies They are maybe V0" can read t. and pass it from the fields of France. s family. write J thick in parts of England and France. O" to Hallie 1 wM c'ose so a letter of welcome her later on Am also sending 5,111 trusting in One extended us by the King of England. hoP'"8 vou are has Promised to be a present It may not mean much to you, but wh h time of trouble, it does to the thousands of American Chap.n, 3th Co. Ft. Moultrie, boys who are here and who are com- Charleston, S. C. ing every day to fight for the freedom and justice of man kind in the name - '. VESSELS WRITES ,Wof God and country. FROM FRANl,.. It may be a little hard for you to This interesting epistle comes from have a son here but just look foward to the day when peace shall reign W. Garrett Vessels, a ISreckinridge and we shall come marching home, ounty man and the son of Mr. and and feel that with God's protection I Mrs. H. G. Vessels of Frymire. P,vt. Well Vessels is charmed with the French will come back with the boys. I must close for this time hoping to people and has little admiration for hear from you soon, and that you are his American brothers who are try-a- ll well, I close with love and God's ng to get away from their duty of bltsiingl for you and mother. Your defending these people, SetM Where in France, Aug. II, Pvt. S. B. Hendrkktea, son. y the Dear Parents: Co. C IM Held Signal Ilatallion, 191H. AnMiricM Ex. Force. France, last day of August leaves me ready Marx clothes Schatfner home of to go to another month of getting ' ready to show up the devilish Hun FROM ROY CHAPIN. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Chapin's son, Roy 1 have begun to realize tliat 1m in Chapin who has been in Camp Buel, on this game and each day finds me has ben transferred to Ft. Moultrie, eady to do my bit, I feel different. S. C. Pvt, Chapin writes entertaingly 1 am not lonesome, I'm not scared ot his journey from camp to camp in still I have a feeling all my own, to t'.iink so few months ago I was walk- the letter published below. PARTY FOR JAMES GREGORY. ton, .lis-- , Delia Deacon and James THE KEY TO METZ. Ft. Moultrie. S. C. Sept. Hi. 1U1S. ing the soil of the U. S. A. and parts Misses Bruse, Yanda Robertson, I have of Old Kentucky and since then I not Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gregory whose Wiilie May Deacon. Messre Harlin Dear Mother and Father: thousand years the forts of Metz home K on the Hill gave a birthday Two 'now arrived at my new home, I will only have been in France but in oth- l. Robertson, Willie Macy, Russell All locmen have defied. Left ers and I have found none so good trip. party last week for their son, James Elden 1'arr, were the guests of try to tell you about my And fell but once, and then behold! Gregory who was thirteen years old. Mi-,Lexington Saturday morning at 0:10 as home but I like the French best, Avitt of Mystic last Zelma To treachery inside. Those invited to the party were: Sunday. o'clock Southward bound traveled all they have a way that makes one feel Full thirty miles of steel and stone. John Arthur l.awson. William Get-linday through Tennessee, arriving at r.iore at home and I can't say that a Rev. J. C Arabright closed The portals of the Rhine, Herman Melburn. Clifford Tab- Knoxville about sundown there we for the English and I have no per- Confront the Allies as they weave Itlutg, C bar lei Darst, Frank tad meeting of three weeks at the Battle ate supper on the train. We had our sjnal love for the Brifsh still I must to Their triple battle line. Gemot ( lark, Virgil Kinder, Joseph Ground church with no additions provision with us such as sandwiches say from present reports they are Wheatley, Ernes! Woktrop, Morris the church, but much good accom- cakes, apples, banannas and coffee onie scrappers. I am not in any draft- Hut it is in the Book of Fate Quiggins, Albert and Loyd Cockerill, plished. Iwai furnished at various stations ed army now, I am quartered with a This ancient seat of Mars If there is any one in the county where it found us at meal time so bunch of Regulars they are just back Forres) JkcluOB, Harry and Robert the free Will soon Mirrcnder to Gregory, Coriae Quiggiae, Kattie that wants to teach school this win- this was the last of Tennessee that I from the front and I hope to go with Victorious stripes ami stars. The honoree's ter and has no school, the Walnut got to 'see. anil Suily Mattingly. Dark was on so I tried them the next time they are called the U. S. A the land For bl great aunt, Mrs. Rosic Whitehotisc Grave school is still vacant. A good to sleep some and did nap at a time to the front, tbey were part of the That Overlook! UO bets. school too. 'so by and by day light came, found us bunch that held the Dutch and then With Liberty Boadi will now unlock oi Mattingly was also present. Miv A. J, Dye received a card from speeding through South Carolina, tarted the present big offensive they Metz. The mighty gates of He has landed safe through cotton fields nothing but claim it is some job and one gets to her son, Castle. Minna living In New York Sun K. over the seas and is all cotton except a little com inhabitants see some horrible things. I have been Well we arrived separated from Less he left Co. A. Mrs. James Whitworth got a letter mostly negroes. He has in Charleston, about 5:30 Sunday one week before I did I havn't much Mi- Miss Ader from her son. Elves West. Eva l'a.Mie and t venial unloaded and marched about idea where he is altho I know inwhat l'earl I'ayne were the gucts of their arrived safe in England. I the visiting I l,.,f mile to wharl where with more division he is in, Blair and are Mrs. Frank I'ayne and Mr. Mrs. Oscar French was Mrs. Sudie Mercer oi Louisville aunt. than u.o,t oi them had seen same town but not in the same Co. I'ayne of Webster last Sunday. Mrs. Nkk l'a.Mie of Webster last u.it.r is visiting Mrs l.ucy Hunter. believe the next mpve will pull one of them, not the Atlan- - so and I Hardin was in, Louisville w eek. A. M been visiting Mrs Harry Stum has tic either but just the harbor between us apart. 1 sure hate to give him up last week. Mr and Mrs. Kugene Beauchamp I did Less, because when here anil returned via llanlstown to Mr. and Mrs Frank Macy of East of Clifton Mills visited Mr. and Mrs. Charleston, and tlm Maud where we more than Vclinic Moorman, isit her brother. have none of the old boys had to g., was in light but several he leaves 111. visilfd Mr. and Mrs. St. Louis, (Js!ar I reiiih last Sunday. after which she ;oes to her new Charlie Macy last week. miles across so we waited for a ship to tall back on, of course 1 know the Mi Annie CUyCOmb and children, to take us .,, home in Tennessee. toss u wan e and we load- - other boys or part of them but they was in Louisville U E. Deacon and Mrs. James Kurtz of Webster vis- ed in and off we went for Sullivan are not from home, enough. Mrs. John W. Owen spent last week buying goods. ited Mrs. Dasie l'ane last Saturday Island. How are all the people? Tell them of lust week in Louisville shopWe got there about dark, Mr, i li.irlie l'a ne and M s Gray-solira. A M. rlardk and daughter, tkja to our barrack ping. Here there I all often think of them some differ-- . lust l'a.Mie were in lirandenburg , , l,,,,,, . . num ou.es, r ,;ii .i Mary Ellis went to French Lick, were a pleased .Iniucli ol. .Hoys, sucnriii c i nw " Mrs F M I'owell has just returned week shopping. from their think some box s shrinked nice buildings and bed and lockers M )i from Irvington and lieu leys die Hardin of lirandenburg hid.. Monday to attend the reunion. for clothes, then we marched to our duty and 1 will never forget and I Mrs. J. L. Shaw of I Ui dinsliurg was the guest of his brother, A. M. Mrs. I harlie Norton visited her surgeon's office there examined our do not want to hear of any of my his sister Mrs. John adHafdJa tad Superintendent our W M brothers claiming Mp much 6n this dressed the ladies here last Saturday Brown and Mr. Ilrown last week. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Norton throats and took our names then 'tall from 18 to 43. Don't volunteer no we go back to our barracks prepare Well and Mull, what are we of Raymond last Sunday. and gave very helpful instruction When we go in the din- - not that but be a man if your turn is Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown visited for suuuer. She has now isited all the societies that is living in towns a going to do first thats your luck just take it, if association except Uewley-ville- . if this war continues much longer.' Mr. and Mrs. John Lyddan of Webs- tug room again we find a pleased since the bunch of men everything so nice and some folks could see who are in the now they charge ter last Sunday. They have got so a different plan ol serving which all 'armies over here then claim exempMrs. W. K. Moorman visited here five cents a day for fratering a rooslike better, then after supper 1 take a tion on the plea that the country Saturday and attended the Missionary ter 1 When you have tMckacbs thcliver or kid- bath and go to bed. sure put in would decrease in value or have !4 Mrs. N Robertson was the week meeting ney, sre iuic to be out of gear. Try gsa-o- the night what time 1 was there we doz. brothers, no I can't forget and of near Sample end guest of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Maud Adkius it does wonders lor the liver, kiduey sad a good breakfast this morning oh, well 1 must forgive those who wiU b Udder. A trial 5tk bottl convince had has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Malcomb Robertson of Frymire. (Continued on page 7) drill awhile and then go to doctors for Miss Ruby Payne and Keith Nor you.. Cict it at the drug Mors. Maxwell. 1 mm is in a strange country where i( is summer weather here the people are so different, but they " suppose it ever gets cold have a Hard Vou think vou are fit. ro"11 ,el1 ". "f a" J time and perhaps do. but if you could can not w.th pencil, " here for a week or so travel around " steP "fj s"le "f barrackAS a,ul you wnnhl go home saving how lucky ' tossing waters of the I am that I am not like those people. , He. I will send von some shells later , u J Kill lllrtl ii itnini vwf I would Some of the people on if can. Our officers said we . of the country. . . . ouaram.ne ,or t homes, and thev arc1"--' have splendid bu 1 Jr0"'1 ,hink " rl" I next to America for complexion and long if no sickness breaks out. Ivan lools Galloway was Wt just had a nice rain this morn- - J"y mc with us butRalph Hawkins ing and everything is beautiful this sent to Pennsylvania. is also here. Will now have to stop evening. I am studving telegraphv again and for retreat. I will finish it this time. I guess It We" 1 have 1,een to1 s"PPer fnd slept on last my cot which is hard fur me to get it right as I get changed a,ld 1,as a mixed up with the one I ' W for a bed- II the codes 1 1 I don't This is an old army post. know how big the Island is. but it is " n ovcr hcre- we Ho" 1 ki"' of fr- 'e" K automobile men some told us fore wc camc over ,h,,, we wol,,', be "r si mon,n a,ul probably a year, but we do not know "e may work at Coast Artillery. In of c,,ame- U is the f"roX ver herePa " - " - be-D- " 'f " ''' ... " You can judge for yourself what happens to merchandise when cost ot production rises. Some makers do all they can to keep the price down, with the result that the quality gets pretty bad. clothes you will find - 1 ' The done by work Miss Mnry Moyt Wiborg behind the fighting lines In France In helping the wounded by nursing tins come to the notice of the public, through communications received from abroad. During the great Marne battle, while she was serving with the Y. M. C. A sbe aided In the treatment of several Miss Wiborg Is the hundred men. daughter of Mrs. Frank Wiborg of New York and Newport. (r'-ii).'c,iii.- 1 BELGIANS TAKE 25-Mile 10.500 Front-- Win Gain 9 Miles on n.-,r- ct-- Flanders Ridge. British Advance Southeast of Beaure-voi- r Quentin Front on Cambia-St- . Capture 800 More Huns. Havre, Oct. 7. ff here are the satThe Clothes of known values; isfying kind. clothes that we know are going to give lasting service; clothes bought months ago at prices that mean big savings for our customers. You will share in these savings if you come here for that suit or overcoat. Pr It was announced ' "P" - ' ' here that the Belgian army had gained front and capnine miles on u tured the whole Flanders ridge. The Belgians captured 10,500 prisoners. In the operations In Flanders since September 28 Belgians, British and French forces have taken 10,500 prisoners, 350 guns and turn machine guns, says the official statement from the, Belgian war office. London, Oct. Z. Substantial progress was made by the British southeast of Beanrevoir .on the Cambria-S- t Qwatia front, the war office announced. B. F. BEARD & CO. Hart, To-da- The Do-wel- s y. (Beatirevoir is slightly less than three miles northwest of Mont the outskirts of which were reached by the Brtttak Friday. Eight hundred additional .prisoner were taken In the lighting on this front. Further advances were made by the British north of (louy and in New atthe sector of Le Cutelet. tacks were made by the British during the night In the region of Le Catelet. With the French Armv In France, Oct. 7. The four great battles that have bi'en in progress since September :) from Flanders to the Meuse were nil to six bv the entrv Into ac luff tion of (ieneral Debeney's men around St. Quentin and General Berthelot's forces northwest of Reims and all Blow continue with great Intensity. after blow Is being dealt the Germans In their strongholds of the HIndenburg and subsidiary lines. their Paris, Oct. 7. Continuing drive north of Reims, the French have crossed the Aisne canal at several places and have reached the region ot Bermerl court, the war olflce announced Bar-chai- today. (Bermerlcourt ls about six miles north of Helms.) Successful attacks were delivered over the whole front In the sector north of Helms. RED CROSS NEEDS NURSES LODIBURG . Wanted by Army nd Navy to Care for "Flu" Patients in U. 8. and All Parts of the World. Washington, Oct. 7. Every graduate nurse, every pupil, practical nurse, midwife and hospital uttendaut who can possibly do nursing or usslat In a sick room, Is being listed this week by the American Bed Cross at the request of Secretary of War "Baker and (ieneral Gorgus. This applies not only to continental United states, but to all the territories and Insular possessions, and to American Had t'roas chapters In China, Japan aud all parts of the world. The army and navy are In greet need of inure nurses, and the goveen- nt wants to know Just what inate- lal It has, and how many nurses may ba withdrawn without putting civilian welfare Into too great peril. The need of definite knowledge Is emphasised by the epidemic of Spanish Influents which Is sweeping over the country and causing a greater demand than over for nurses. Sur-gco- n GLEN DEAN u 1 1 few-day- 1 ...,, Kllis--Deck- 1 C I i j l, Austro Germans Beaten By Serbs. 7. Austro (iertusa Oct. London. trauma haw been defeated In flsrhtlna "with the Serbians, who pursued them rroutler, toward the old aars a Serblau official statement Serbo-Turklsn HliMlllllfc. 4a ei.- -. c - ,. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, Entrrrrl at tlir PAGE A 5 PUBLIC SCHOOL iftis Ky. BUY BOND BUY A BOND BUY A BOND BUY A BOND OCTORKR 1), at aecond class matter. Pot Office at Clovrrport, COMING IN EVERT WEEK am Retting in New Hats every week. Both trimmed and mtritntti- ed shapes. Tlicse hats : are very new: some of them targe with irrc;ii- . lar brimi and then the small snug fitting m which are always $ I good for every occasion ; m and age. My line of hats at Mrs. Sam Dix's in are some of my hest patterns. Your patronage will either place will be apI : PICTURE SHOW AND CHURCHES Closed During Influenza Epidemic. Patrio tic Rally Called Oft. As a drastic measure to prevent the spreading of the Spanish influenza epidemic, Public the Cloverport school was closed Mond.n at noon; MMl apatriotic rally whic h WM t" Lave been in the Methodist church Monday was called off likewise the Red Cross picture show for Tuesday evening, a lycettm number on Wednesday and a fanners incctinir Tliursd.iy evenings As tar as it can be ascertained from the local physicians, there are not any genuine cases of the flu in Cloverport but the public places had to be closed by a proclamation from Dr. South, president of the It is known, State Board of Health. however, that several persons in this place have been ill with severe colds. Dr. South's Proclamation. Reads thus: "Upon urgent advice from the surgeon general of the United States Public Health Service, who is avtiug in full with the surgeon general of the fitly and the Council of National Defence, based upon such a rapid spread of Spanish influenza as to endanger the health and lives of the civil population over the industrial activities, equally essential to the success of the war; and. "In virtue of authority vested in it by law the State Hoard of Health hereby issues its proclamation, closing all places of amusement, schools, churehes and other places of public assembly, and it advises against and discourges all unnecessary travel and social visiting in this commonwealth until the epidemic is over. "By authority the State Board' of Public Health. Hassifrfd Advertisements NOTC (lonirc I you l'lrar advert tnii Tm iu'v Coati ; i notify thr nit tor win ment diwoni m- n W if I ,7ftc fsisitc 0 HIS DAPFR REPRESE N1 1 D FOR FOREIGN , AUVtHIISINQ L i THE FOR SALE SAI.K White Plymouth April llaVli. Nothing Stock nouht I'aui to n frf. rock. Mr. ban enjoin ( tinffly, The nt Ic, lovt r.tort, FUR FOR Snrintfs, Knelt nf Cotfc-rrcln- B ; CO bvl fevrett rlohel a Frank Mat Ky. ct ityltl RHMt in CI v. fur trimmed and colors. Yon will NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITT3 RATES FOR POLITICAL MENTS. ANNOUNCE- GFNFRAL OFFICES O IALE Ml in CoOMMttWota Star. Ky. Cent er-- t aide, UnoltOW a'"l with HonachoM Parnfthlnft toldoB MottrtM Oak a come in the ( War trohr .Irnning-lraril- , MMf other thing Mis Fink MckottOtUOjIoO and a 00 no farther after iiitf tnr-ha- For Precinct anil City Office 1 2 mi For County Offices i b. (15.00 For State anil District Opcei a. For Calls, per line i" For Cajils. ner line .10 For all Publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individ.10 ual views, per line Sjd- ndid (.writing, centrally FOR SAM located. For price and terms write or call Q Halihage. Cloverport. Ky. on J no. I I. red Poland FOR BALI I thorough China gilt ard. ."i hoar .'I month old - 1 r, I Wetheriugton. fix MMtha old gilt. K y Hardin I Mf 11 onr collection. o Z Prices from Train Schedule on The L, If. & St. L R'y. 1918 A A. 12:20 P. 5 :0S P. 0: 10:1.1 (1:110 FOR SAI.K my (arm containing I HI aires one milt- Wr I nf Lodtbajra. Ky . on the L, II & S: I.. K. K M.nut III acres of bottom For furtlntr parland. ;tll aires in wood. ticulars. sddreM Dan Miller, BakcrlicM, Cal. K'onte I, Hom Ht FOR SAI.K Thirty five tecl) cws. Most all young. Will sell all or MMl to suit the O fiuycr. Call on or address W. I.. Rohertson. CQ t'nion Star. Ky. FOR SAI R Sorrel mare. 7 year old.. II :t high. Fine saddle animal, goe all thr Woosley, gaits. Woiks anywhere QoJaOf WOOOtOfi $15 $30 1 PRECAUTION II yon must CMgll or sneeze cover your month and nose with a handkerchief and thus curb the epidemic. t i. ' I I l K wi - 00 Effective July 1st, EAST BOUND No. 142 will leave Cloverport... f No. 140 will leave No. 14 Arriving Irvington... Arriving; Louisville No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvintfton Arriving Louisville. Cloverport... M. M. M M. preciated. Miss Evelyn Hicks Milliner Cloverport, Ky. I I, If Arriving Owenslioro ... Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansville Arriving St. Louis... No. 147 will leave Shops Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson No. 145 will leave No. 143 will leave Cloverport... Arriving Itawcsvillc- - Arriving Irvington Arriving Louisville leavees Henderson.- Arrives Owensboro Arrives Shot WEST HOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport 10:38 A. M. 12:01 P. M. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson - 121 :5M Arriving Evansville... M 7:40 Arriving S. Louis ... 7:53 5:15 0:07 7:50 4:00 5:00 6:20 Ky. b Q Full hlooded IVrchon mare FOR SAI.l year oM Half I'erehon hore. M year old Good matches in sizes work anywhere. C Kohhin. I rvington, Ky Route N o. '2. o z Wanted Miscellaneous RA1XROAD CLAIMS COLLECTIONS We lundlc claim against railroads for loss disputed to freight ; adjust claims for shippers, and make collection. Louisville Claim Write us what you haw. t loipony, Intf Southern Hldg., I.ouihvillc, (1:40 12 :48 A. 1 :40 A. 7:03 8:07 11:37 2:07 7:59 6:50 8:06 M. M Miss Jane I.ightfoot who is attending Oxford College. Oxford. Ohio. CailM home Friday on account of be- Mic was accompanied by ititf ill. her aunt. Mrs. Herbert Beard of I anl damage Ky. BUY A 4th LIBERTY LOAN BOND lardinsburg. Rev. W. L. Baker and Mrs. Maker left Thursday for Louisville and Rev. 015 A. M. Baker- reported to the School of Chaplaincy at Camp Taylor, Friday. Mrs. John Lawson went to Owens- Mrs. Baker will be with Rev. Baker's boro, Thursday shopping. parents, while he is in training. The Ladies Reading Club will be Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. Berry and entertained this week at the home of and son. Chas. Owen Berry, Jr., Mrs. Leon McGavock. moved from Owensboro to No. 3 Miss Alice Hagnian' of Skillnian, Randall Ave.. Evansville, Ind., where was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. Berry is employed in railroad " work. Lewis. Thursday. Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located pertnancntly in HardinshnrR. Occupying offid recently vacated by BUY Dr. Walker. Sewing Machines Wanted. The Cloverport Chapter of the Red Cross Society is very much in need of a sewing machines. The society needs at least thtt or four mote and if there is ar.y machines in the town which are not being used and the owners will lend them tC the Red weeks, Cross for a month or they will report s:.me to Miss Elizabeth Skillnian, cjretary of the R. C. A I BOND C. BUY NOLTE Clovbrport, A & BRO. K.Y. f BOND i c Z BOND BUY A BUY A BOND o WEST POINT SOLDIERS TO HAVE AN AT- TRACTIVE CLUB ROOM, Soldiers both privates and officers, at West Point are to have a club during the life of the artillery camp there in keeping with the importance of that great military community. This was finally decided on yesterday by L. H. Weir, district represenative of the War Camp Community Service, and G. A. Cornet .executive secretary, of the War Camp Community Service Both officers visited West Point and agreed to take over the Dr. J. V. Perwitt residence, one of the most pretentous in West Point, with ample ground space about the house. The house is a two story brick and has ten rooms. Plans already drawn provide for wings to the rear of the house overlooking the river. In this addition there will be forty two sleeping rooms on the first and second floors. A wide veranda is included in the plans and this, if the present intentions are carried out, will be inclosed in glass so that it can he used in the winter. A glass inclosure is also two-story The dining room is lllxtio feet and will have a floor finished in such a way as to lend itself admirably to the weekly dances-Courier-Jou- "John G. South. President Mr. Thos V. Robertson and Mr. "J. X. McCorinack. Secretary." Frank Dean of Glen Dean, were in this city Friday on business. LIBERTY DAY. Mr. Michal Moser of Evansville, The nine year old son of Mr. and is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Saturday, October U, is the four Mrs. Steve Carman living near town hundred and twenty-sixt- h Wm. Hoffious and Mr. Hoffious. anniversary Mrs. John Burn went to Louisville, is recovering from a spell of typhoid. of the discovery of America. PresiThursday to return home with her Dr. Parish is his attending physican. dent Wilson has proclaimed it Liberty Mrs. Martha Noble has returned Day and requests the citizens of every daughter, Miss Jeannette Burn on from pyansville, Ind., where she vis- community in the United States city, Saturday. Poign-te- r town and countrysicft to celebrate Mrs. Wilbur L. Chapin returned ited her' daughter, Mrs. John and Mr. Poignter. the day. from Louisville. Saturday after spendThe President in his proclamation, Mrs. Jewell of Owensboro came on ing a few days with her mother, Mrs. the evening train Thursday to see says: "G. W. Payne. "Every day the great principles for Miss Jane Hambleton, who enlist- her sister, Mrs. Kent Pate. which we are fighting take fresh hold Mrs. Hiram Moorman went to ed with the U. S. Army Nurses is on upon our thought and purposes and duty at the Base Hospital, Camp Louisville last Thursday morning to make it clearer what the end must be see her daughter, Mrs. Davis. Zachary Taylor. and what ,wr must do to achieve it. Mr. Jack Smiley is confined to hisl Miss Bertie Cordrey has returned "We now know more certainly than from Elizabethtown where she has home with rheumatism. we ever knew before why free men been the guest of relatives and Mrs, Keith returned brought the great Nation and GovernElizabeth HILL ITEMS HOLT BOY VICTIM OF THE FLU Wm. H. Eskridge Died Thursday Buried at Union Star. In Army Five Months. William Henry Eskridge. private in the Artillery Range at West Point, Ky., died at the Base Hospital, Camp Taylor on Thursday of Spanish influ- Weds a Soldier From Fordsville. friends. Rev. Frank Lewis, former pastor of the Clove'rport Methodist church was here Thursday enroute to his new charge at Smithland, Ky. Miss Mary McGavock left Sunday for Augusta. Ga., and reported to Camp Hancock on Tuesday in the Army Nurses Reserve Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattingly left Sunday for Pittsburg, Kans., to visit Mrs. Mattingly's three brothers, Mr. E. J. McDonald, Rev. J. N. McDonald and Dr. E. C. McDonald and their families. Mrs. Geo. Weatherholt was in Louisville, Thursday to see her sister, Mrs. Mary Ryan who returned home with her for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Ernest Wedding will be hostess to the Wednesday club this week. Miss Katherine Roberts of Irving-ton- , is the guests of Mrs. Floyd Car- home last Friday from Elizabethtown where she visited her son, Mr. Clarence Keith and family. Mrs. Julia Wood spent last week at Holt with her daughter, Mrs. John Fella and Mr. Fella. t ' '1 i Mrs. Joe Getling'l spent one' daylast week in Louisville. Mrs. Ed. Nicholas has been quite ill and is improving very slowly. FAMILY HOUSE PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jarboe have as their house guests this week their son, Mr. Sterrett Jarboe and Mrs. Jarboe of Mojave, Cal., two daughters, Mrs. LeRoy Ramp and Mr. Ramp of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Hugh Donaldson and Mr. Donaldson of Bowling Green, Ky. And with their other daughters, Mrs. Edward Bowne, Mrs. Harry Newsom and Miss Irene Jarboe, all of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Jarboe are having a happy family reunion with all of the children at home except one son, John Felix Jarboe who is in the Radio Squadron at Jer- - The marriage of Miss Nell Pate of Owensboro, and Serg. Hugh J. Cooper of Camp Zachary Taylor took place Friday evening, Sept. 27, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pate who at one time lived in Breckinridge county and arc well known in this county. Sergt. Cooper is the son of Mr. ment we love into existence, because it grows clearer and clearer what su- and Mrs. Cooper of Fordsville. Mrs. preme service it is to be America's Cooper will make her home in LouSergt. Cooper is in isville while privilege to render to the world." Camp Taylor. NOTICE. Having entered the military ser- Two Sons in Service vice of the United States and been And Four Others in Draft. stationed at Camp Buell, Lexington, Ky., I hereby appoint J. Monroe Mr. A. L. Osborne who lives near Canary of Amnions, Ky., my agent Glen Dean, has recently returned and all persons whom I owe will prefrom Louisville where he spent sevsent their claims to him at the above eral days with his son, at Camp address for collection after claim has Besides this son, Zachary Taylor. Respectfully, been proven. Mr. Osborne has one already in Loyd D. Canary, Pvt. in France and four others who are Co. B. Camp Buell. Lexington, Ky. included in the first and last CARD OF THANKS. wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our husband and We enza. Pvt. Eskridge was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dowell Eskridge of Holt, Ky. He was inducted into service May 1st and soon after going to Camp Taylor he had measles which developed into double pneumonia. He had been ill practically all the He contemplated between the present five months he was in camp. years old and born building and the proposed addition, was twenty-seve- n with big wood fireplaces as among and reared in Breckinridge county. the possibilities for winter use. His remains were acconipained to The building now standing is to be Union Star by one of his military done over on the inside to provide a comrades and the funeral service was cafeteria, bathing facilities on an ade- held there Saturday Interment folquate scale, running water, a big din- lowed in the family grave yard. ing room and "community lounging Pvt. Eskridge is survived by his center." parents, four sisters, Mrs. Lee RhodThe building will have its own na- es. Mystic; Mrs. Laslie. Vincenes, Misses Grace and Rose tural gas well, and the gas from this Ind well will supply the power for the of Holt, and one brother, Carlpumps to provide the running water. ton Eskridge of North, Ind. ; Ivsk-rid- 3 CO A T SUITS ter. father. Fred Furrow have Mrs. Lewis Payne and Children. moved from the Hill to the East End in the Ferry house recently vacated DEATH CAUSED FROM by Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker who BROKEN HIP. moved into the Tousey property. Mr. Albert Beavin, aged seventy-fiv- e Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch spent Sun- sey City, N. J. years fell and broke his hip last day in West Point visiting their son, Friday at his home in the East End James Fitch of the 26, French Motor and death followed Wednesday evenBattery, Camp Knox, also Mrs. WHAT YOUR BOND ing. The funeral was held ThursFitch's brother, Mr. H. O. Keys and day from the St. Rose church and the WILL DO Keys. Mrs. interment took place in the Catholic Miss Mabel McCracken of the St. Sergrave yard at Hardinsburg. Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital, LouIf you buy a $100 bond of the vices conducted by Rev. J. S. Henry. was called to the Base Hosisville Mr. Beavin is survived by his widpital at Camp Taylor last week as an Fourth Liberty Loan you are lending ow and two daughters, Mrs. Hen emergency nurse for the influenza the United States Government enough money to feed a soldier in Elder and Mrs. Ray Elder; two sons, epidemic. , , France a tittle more than seven Austin Beavin of this city and Pvt. Or' you have furnished Earl Beavin who is in France. months enough' money to give him" a complete outfit of whiter and summer clothing, "RODDY" TO SING IN FRANCE. Homer Radheaver has gone to including ahoes and stockings, and slicker and overcoat and blankets, tea ch Pershing's boys how to sing Its ttojiped my "Yes, with enough left over to arm him "Brighten the Corner Where You A perfectly good watch." Escorting his celebrated old with a good revolver. You have done Are." watch will stop once in jtrombone, wearing the Y. M. C A. that much to beat bacls the Hun. and we can't underIt takes $39 more to arm him with 'uniform, Billy Sunday's chorus mas-- a stand why it does but a good rifle with a bayonet on it, and if ter will be a soldier song leader for watch repairer can mighty you buy a second $100 bond you the duration of the war. See soon tell you. furnish him this rifle and 1,000 car-- 1 "Roddy" is to specialize in the one tridges for it; and there will still be song he made especially famous but THOS. ODEWALT enough of your money left to pur- - plans to dispense other, RAILROAD WATCH INSPECTOR bomb to throw in gejistic successes, such as "The Last a good-sizeCLOVEKTOBT. BY. a dugout, or demolish a machine gun Long Mile" and "Good Morning Mr Zip, Zip, Zip!" together with the Hun operating it. Mr. and Mrs. , . DRESSES AND COATS have added to my stock a splendid selection of ladies coat suits season's newest styles and colors; they come in all sizes and will the be sure to please you. Our house dresses come in serges and silks; trimmed in braid, buttons and fringe. These are very new and stylish and particularly serviceable. The coats are for Ladies and Misses and are especially adapted for general utility. It will pay you to visit my shop and inspect this line of I in Stopped? ready-to-wea- r. 1 . Also receiving an additional line of beautiful hats in the latest shapes and creations. MRS. ETHEL O. HILLS Cloverport, Ky, i PAGE 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. v Forward! With no thought of bursting shrapnel and poisonous gases into which they plunge with every muscle tense, with every faculty of mind alert, with FIGHT one thought only-T- O AND WIN. That is the way our men are going into battle. When the shrill whistle sounds the advance, out they go their whole heart in the task before them. No power on earth can hold them back. Forward! The same sharp challenge to battle is sounding for us. We must answer in the same proud way the way of our fighting men the American way. We must lend the way they fight We must show the hun a united American people moving forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. war-maddene- Our task is to supply the money, the ships, the guns, the shells that we must have to win. It is a tremendous task We must do our part as our fighting men do theirs with the indomitable spirit of Victory. Believing that it is the duty of every person who enjoys the freedom and privileges of citizenship in our great Country to do his utmost to help win the war, the following firms and individuals have patriotically contributed the money to pay for this and other advertisements of the Fourth Liberty Loan: d We must work, and save, and lend with one thought only-T- O FIGHT AND WIN. Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds "Don't Let the SON Go Down" THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE 7 Two Safe Places to Put Your Money BRECKIN A. B. SKILLMAN, HOME BOYS IN SERVICE. (Continued ,rom page :) OF CLOVERPORT and - WAR SAVINGS STAMPS RIDGE-BANK President RAYMOND Bessie and Hcttie Knott spent part of last week with their cousin, Mrs. Bob ('ashman. Lodiburg. Arthur ChiMfl and sister. Miss hi sin spent Saturday and Sunday at Wolf Creek. Mrs. Mack Cashman spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kclm, Misses RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting HOW TO AVOID SPANISH INFLUENZA. (Continued from page :t) Cashier AUSTRQ-HUNGAR- Y J 1 Ltt W have seen some expect to come home for the fourth do not look for me to soon, they are on the run hut remeinhcr they are forced to stick and they are nearly on their own home oil. I must close with love to all. J'our devoted son and brother, VV. Garrett Vessels, Co. F. 7th Inf.. American Expet. Force A. P. O. 740 1 1 defend such policies of you have not Union Star. Mrs. Geo. Sketo, Lodiburg and Miss Sallie Cashman, Louisville spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Leon . CORPS. letter is published herewith is another Breck inridge county boy in trance attcr being in training just three months. He is the grandson of Mrs. Cornelia Miller of Hardinsburg and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller of that Silas Lee Miller, whose place. WITH THE HOSPITAL Cashman. Ernest Cart, Union Star was here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Taylor Compton spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Glen Macy. Lodiburg. J. T. Knott is doing some carpenter work for Ed Stull near Brandetv-burg- . The party given by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cashman on last Wednesday night was well attended. Henry Cashman attended the sale of John Compton, deceased at last F'riday. Harvey Shaw who has been stationed at Camp Green has been put in the 5th class and is at home. Friends of Pvt. Dclbcrt Owen Bas-sewill be glad to learn letters have been received from him "Over There" stating he was well. Lonnie Ater and sister. Miss Larnie m- spent Saturday and Sunday at nions Bew-leyvil- r J t. r Evacuation Hosp. No. 13, American Expcditionery Forces, France, August 27, 191N. Dear Parents: Don't guess you have been uneasy by not hearing from me for so long. I landed just three months to the day from the time I left for Camp Taylor some sooner than I expected when I left that dav. , We had good luck on our trio, nev- Secretary Lansing authorized the er had a battle with any subs on our EASTERN STAR following way over, but we were well armed "The Amerlenn jrnvornment h:i reOFFICERS INSTALLED. ceived no Invitation from Antrtn for it if it was necessary. It would have been a pretty hard proposition Hungary to participate In n peace to have torpedoed one of our ships. The newly elected officers of the movement." Celebrates Ninetieth Birthday. We were crowded a little on the ship If Austria, however, has decided to Cloverport order of the Kastern but made out very well after ,we were Star Lodge were installed into their "try It again," the reception to be , . . . . Mr. Joe Taul. a native of Fayette respective' offices on Thursday accorded her latest manifesto will he out a iew aays ana got straigntenenj and a union veteran of the'ing of last week j up. I was on (uty most all the way, the Masonic-Civi-l along the same lines ns was the last, when President Wilson dispatched a War, who is widely known Lodge room our company was on lookout duty Those installed were: reply nnd ended the mutter. most all the way, we were on watch throughout Breckinridge county after Worthy Matron Mrs. A. N: Couch, This assumption on the part of ofliving here forty-siyears, celebrated Worthy Patr0n-- R. I got tired of it for submarines. L. Oelze, Associ-hi- s ficials Is taken on the basis that ninetieth birthday on Friday, Sept. !ate Matron Mrs. J. B. Severs, Con-2- Austria's "plea" contains as much before we got here, we changed Mrs. Taul gave an elegant din- - !ductressMrS. S. P. Conrad, Associ-ne- r shifts every four hours but we had ns Its predecessor. If the dual at their home in honor of the Lte Conductress-M- rs. to go on all times during the night, Frank Ferry, monarchy, though, expresses n willingso we never got a great deal of sleep. occasion and the honored guests in- - SerretarvMUs Margaret Skillman ness to see the llg'it as rtulgaria (lid, There was so much racket and the eluded the children and friends of Treasurer Miss Irene Jarboe, Chap-Iai- end make unconditional surrender, the allies will talk business. they were: ihtb rocking about so much it took Mr. and Mrs. taul. Mrs. F'rank Payne. Marshall Vienna to Seek Peace. Furrow, Mrs. Puss I aul Mjss Julia Wroe. Organist Miss several days to get accustomed to it .Mrs. Jennie Amsterdam, Oct. 7. Austria-Hungarf Waynoka, Okla., Eli Taul of lib Mary enough to go to sleep. Oelze, Mrs. Adah Owen has requested Holland to Invite it rained almost every day on our nois, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard, Frank Mattingly, Ruth Mrs. War-fiel- d the belllserents to take part In peace way over here and the wind blew Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Taul, Mr. and Collins, Esther Miss Addie Mc- - negotiations, says the Vienna corresome little bit occasionally. There is 'Mrs. John laul. Mr. and Mrs. fc.. i Gavock. Margaret spondent of the Berlin Tageblatt. The Martha Miss quite a difference on the sea alter Aianogx, jvir. ana ivirs iai 1 aul-- , Wroe. Electa Mrs Win. Pate, War correspondent adds that Holland has sent out the Invitations. you get out several days from land Miss Litha Keenan, Mrs Geo. Perkins der Mrs. Geo. Mullen. A delegatlm of Hungarian statesit is not puite so calm as just a day and son, Verna Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. men, headed liy Premier Wekorle, has It. seemed to me like the B. H. Bates and Miss Evelyn Walker. or two. THE GOLD BLADES. arrived at Vienna in connection with waves were right good size someFlark to the bugle call a new peace move, aeeording to the Do you get up at night? Sanol is surely times, but the sailors .seemed to think Summoning clear. Cologne Onsette. the best for al) kidney or bladler troubles. they were no waves, but I would not Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from all backSteel for the soldier boys, The member! of the Wekerla party Have enjoyed riding- them on a me ac,e anJ bladder troubles. Sanol is a t were fount Stephen Tim and Count Gold over here. I got bet- - anteed remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at or boat very much. .Tullus AadraMjr, former premiers of Strike for the battle line, Hungary, and Count Albert Appotiyl. ter acquainted with a life preserver the dru "orcVanquish the hordes; instruction. the Hungarian minister than anything Ise. kept one on at Fix the gold bayonets, all times, used it for a pillow as well THE MEANING OF Draw the gold swords. TWO PIES SELL FOR $3 EACH. as a mattress. All of us lookouts FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. on upper deck. I onlv slept in Scabbards but tarnish them. slept Union Star, Ky. Oct i. (Special) What is the Liberty Loan? Now by our shades, the bunk room one night and that A Liberty Bond pie tapper a Forward in unison. was in the harbor on the night we It's forts and it's ships and it's shin given b) the Plaaaanl V alley school, ing guns. Six billion blades! landed. I didn't feel quite as safe in A large McLandburgli Wilson In The New Frijay evening Sept. 17, the bunk room, they were all down It's squadrons that sweep the sea. crowd Mr at present showing the Libin the hull of the ship a little too It's all of the circling band of steel York Sun. erty Bond spirit of that coniunity close to where a torpedo would hit That shall keep all the home shores .S43.M was realized. free. Two pies sold if it should get a chance at the ship. FLYERS BAG FIVE HUNS U. S. for $:t.0O each. The average being A few thousand men trying to come It's grub and it's warmth for the 4tt the same time would be quite a each Mr. O. N. McCoy, who saior lad Eight American Machines Win Battle tlJt is the teacher of this school says, mob if any thing should happen and Far out on the wintry foam. With 25 German Planet "We are going 'over the top' for somebody would be likely to be too F"or the brave jack tar. as he fights Lote One. Uncle Sam." afar, late to get out of danger. With the American Army Northwest Believe me you sure get tired of It's the good old "Money from home." of Verdun, Oct. 7. Just before Blggrt- - WOUNDEKFUL What is the Liberty Loan? OPPORTUNITY. looking at water. You can see a plht American pursuit planes en- uc to lhe prk( of cream at shoal of fish once in awhile, also saw It's rifle and helm and it's bayonet. countered more than M enemy ma- - L It's shovel and shard and shell pr,M., tinR, a whale or two on the trip. ..o,v.a , tl,., Mm mm mtmMM .... ,i ,, ....... , Mill III, HUM 8001 ,llarkct filter, Dont think but very few got sea F'or the soldier boy in the olive drab, balloon shooting expedition. The a n lower than at sick on the trip, saw a few that it did Out there on the edge of hell, P" had accomplished their a"'' Americans not agree with very well but not as It's soaring wings of the whirring mission when they ran Into the Mf tllt; UH time last year, the farmer A who wants to have a steady planes income many as I expected. squadron of Herman airplanes. fight follower which lasted more than has a great chance right now by f ceil We took a hike out three or four That battle on high alone, miles in the country this morning F'or the lad who is daring "Over lb minutes, hut when it was eonelud- - jnif al,,l ,ilLmL, his cows and mark ed five of the enemy planes were ilown- eting the cream. there" a look at it, never see a two to get ed and nil but one of the Apierlcan horse team only some U. S. teams It's the good old "Money from home." squadron was on Its way home. What it the Liberty Loan? All wagons or camp here. about BEECH carts have a couple of wheels as log! It's succor and life for a bleeding Lorraine Leader Killed. wagons and one horse to it or . world. New York, Oct. 7. Capt. Arthur sometimes see one bitched in front It's the glimmer of Peace at dawn Ilamiii, said to have led the first raid Fanners are busy cutting tobacco, of the other one if they work two. It s the strength of a mighty arm to man(, t)y national army troops In the saving fodder and making molasses. strike I orralne sector, was killed September Fields are from '4 to :! acres in lice Mi Ben .ml of I'isgah neighborand a wall or high bank all around It't the gleam of a great sword, 14 In the drive which flattened out hood is in this neighborhood this tin SI. Michael salient, according to drawn. them instead of a fence. week making molasses. received here today by hit wife. House's are all. stone no frame Hut more than all, it's the pledge of Mrs. Addie Camp of Louisville Captain Ha mm received bit commislove to get in a train, the engine is only a cam e down last Sunday to be the sion lust August get in a train, the engine is only a To tire o lads whom we call "Our guest of her son, William Camp and Own-Ttoy compared with American locoMrs. Camp and other relativet of the boys on land, afloat on high, motives, cars not much larger than this neighborhood for a while. road wagon box about the pddest It's the good old "Money from home." J. M. Beatly was the guest of his R. B. McGLOTHLAN By Ralph E. McMillin. looking thing I have teen yet. daughter, Mrs. Sniikv and Mr. Smiley at West View, Saturday night Well guess you all got the card of Irvington, Ky. my safe arrival, am here getting MARRIAGE LICENSES and Sunday. FOR SEPTEMBER. plenty to eat don't worry about me, Willie Bates, wife and little daugh- Dealer in New and Sec The following marriage UfMMM will be back sometrftie in the future ond Hand Goods. don't worry if you don't get a letter were issued in the Breckinridge WE BUY from me when you expect it for they county Clerk's oflice for last mouth: Will save you big money OLD they have Roy Hines to Nettie Aldridge; J. B. will not be so regular as and help you buy Liberty W pay from $2.00 to $30.00 per set i been but write me as often at possi- Straughan to Gertrude Deuliam; Jesse Wr .ill., pay actual value for ui not). . news from Morgan to Mary A. Johnson; J. WalCome and see Diamond, oM (joKI, Silver nd Bonds. ble, I can't write mufh Send at once by parcel pott aud receive caah over here at we are not allowed to ter Brickey to Pearl Beavin; Thos by eturn mail. me. Lasley to Nellie Algood; Emmett any information from here. give MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Harper to Nannie Elliott. Silat Lee Miller. Dpt. x, ater So. u St. ptuUdaipau. tv Your ton, tt : even-county x 0. y n y guar-craf' j leave the division territory unless so ordered by the division nursing department. Volunteer nurses for this service jjrc desired, but salaries and expenses will be paid where MCMMMT to graduate nurses and$:tri to $",n a Party of Hungarians Arrive in month to undergraduates and nurse Vienna to Aid the aids. The most important new step taken Movement. at division headquarters today was that of the Department of Civilian Relief when it ordered all of its MQ ASKS HOLLAND TO MEDIATE chapter Home Sections to organize at once to prevent the spread of the disease among the civilian population i Vienna Correspondent of the Berlin and Jo prepare for the handling of the Tacel.latt Says The Hague Al epidemic if it is not prevented from ready Has Sent Out Invitations spreading to their respective comto the Conference. munities. This department urged. Assistance to families affected, pubThe HaffM, "t. 7. Ilollnnd kM licity of preventive measures, cooper- I, nt Invited belligeni'iit tint ions to br-ation with public health authorities, Rfn negotiation! for peace, tin- foreign ifBCV MMMMBCCd. TlMN is not a word survey of hospital facilities and buildings that might be available for hos- of truth in the statement of the Ber-'iTngohbtt to that effect, It adds. pital use if the hospitals become overcrowded. Wnshtntrtiin. Oct. 7. Stntc- - departAll these Home Service sections ment nfllrhi Ih lack ofMal confirmation are being requested to wire the divi nl the reported Austrian peace bid tl sion Department of Civilian Relief in n(W proposal sent to all belligerent through llolliiiid. The Netherlands le- a cr..iw.ral inliliMlr r,f ....,..... " r gallon was also without Information appears in tlrcir territory. regarding the move. SENDS OUT NEW PEACE FEELER our boys in the trenches and from the women in ranteen and other war work, all brinjr to ua the same mes sage SEND US NEWS FROM HOME. T ETTKRS from L - World news is all right, but OUR BOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want the home newspaper. Publishers are prevented from sendi ig 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 ua aee that our hoys 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 uaed to tend thia paper to our boys at the front. If at the end of the war, there ia any surplus, it will be turned over to the local Red Croat 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 full 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." n They are calling to YOU from "Over There' GIVF. WHAT YOU CAN The Breckenride News. OVER THE TOP TO VICTORY WE, are each one, responsible for the outcome of this war. Unless we are doing our level best, in the loaning of our funds, the conservation of our food supply, the backing up of our boys "Over There" we are falling short of our duty. Our bank yill help you wherever it can in this splendid duty and opportunity. SERVICE "Our Aim Is To Please" SAFETY FIRST STATE BANK VV. I. J. Pigott, President If, Herndon, Vice President J. C. Payne, Cashier J. D. Lyddan, Asst. Cashier IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. .!.. !,,-- ,, DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: - tflSiVk A Iwuys in orrii'f during "Mi. liuur Irvington. Ky. FORK ter, HaitMtll ii PateavUU were the guests nt his oinsin, J. Iv lteatty and (aaaQy one night this week. amp uint Mr. anil lira, Will Hardintburg tail Monday to till out his questionnaire. Mrs. J. M. lteatty was in Clover-por- t, Friday shopping. Mr. I.afe Taul, Mctjuady was the guest of his son, liuiner Taul and M s. Taul last Sunday. J M. Beatty and J. K. Heatty went in HaridiaalMrg laal Saturday. i i s oi Mcfjuady. Blltlei .iii'l family oi Louisville the guests ui relatives here last wire week. Sol HARNED and Mrs. Milt Davis were guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Lewis l'.nur, Mr. Sunday. FALSE TEETH (bro-ItriBridge-work- and G. P. Macy were in Louisville on business Messrs. J. M. Crunie Monday. Miss Bessie B. Weatherford spent the week end with Mrs. Paul Chamb- - Baptist Missionary Society at the Baptist church Monday g afternoon, Mrs. J. D. Shaw of was present and gave some helpful ideas in regard to this work. G. L. Goodman Mcsilames aud Percy Tucker of West View, visited Mi anil Mrs. I' M Tucker, Tuesday. Mrs. J. K. Matthews spent tin- gaetl nl her grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs Henry Skilliuan of Kingsuiiod. Mrs. C. L Brttiagtoa spent Tuesday night with Iki partiils. Kev. aud Mrs. F. K. Roberts of Kingswood. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume, Gilbert Macy aud family and Mr. and Mrs. ti 1'. Macy spent Sunday with Mr. Jesse Macy of Gartield. J. A. (iray has purchased the Will Tabor farm uear Gartield. The met Hard-iushiir- vet L tor list pm I.A... tu Wed-Oetd- ej eat tay PAGE 8 THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WINTER Shoes Ladies' Brown Military cloth top hoe latest creation. QQ Regular 6.00 value NECESSITIES PIANOS Act Quickly AT LESS Ladies Ready-to-we- ar THAN Hats derwear, values COST Specials w CA Ladies1 Brown Kid Frtnci heel shoe something snapp) r Misso (itiii Metal I. ace school shoes size IS to i near Give 1 liov slmc- - button tf0 Gun' Metal button and lace solid soli slmc-, ;s 2 )Q Little Genta in lace only, Metis' Calf shoes in tip or plain toe in lace only. A J) Ladies We carry a zZLr? $2.oo Come riglll in the Store and inspect Our heautiful indj The illustration in high grade Pianos and Player Pianos. Add is a reproduction as this nearly - possible of the Styles You must see on Our Floor. them and hear them to appreciate them. Take advantage ol the Introductory sale this week and make up your mind to take advantage of the special disOur count for cash or time. represenfttivc will he pleased to demonstrate our pianos to eon. a- Just received a large line of ladies In hats in all styles and shapes. order to introduce this department we will offer the-- e Men's good quality mis- mdtMX ponders special price Ladies and children's fleece unslightly " OP soiled; in great 35c hats at the very lowest prices. A ill (ireat reduction colors and widths; 3 ribbons; all up to good quality felt hat latest colors..., tf0 values 5, 10 AQ Velvet Mioses and childrens' caps for school wear Our price only A OP and 12c Men's good quality socks; colors blue, tan and gray 12c blue Work Shirts; while Men's 95c they last; great values ). N. T. Thread in 200 yd. and girls gauntlet gloves heavy lined 50c j Hoys plaid caps, something new and nobby 75c good quality materials Jumbo Pencil 'Tablets One lot of boys school caps in 35c 4c spools Boys 5c Velvet hat trimmed with ribbon and feathers Must be seen to be (PO AQ appreciated splendid quality Remarkable Values in Sweaters all wool ren's loot leathers. complete line of childCulture shoe- - in tan Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar Department Children's g Winter school Heavy blue, green and Ss.no values Men's kahki sweaters in rope stitch and rtlflf C?K collars. Splendid value good Boy's quality sweaters in colors (J"1 QQ ZJ 1- - J(J grey and brown $1.48 Child's all wool middy sweaters sweater coats square or ritl'f collars in purple with belts. Regular Aft (tt tfU.UU Overcoats Men's all wool beaver overcoats dark and mixed colors this price is less than cost of U?1 1 AO production Voung Men's novelty overcoats in S( PJ.UU Grocery Department Calumet Baking Powder in 4 cans the best baking "J Qn powder on earth. Try it Mop O'Cedar regular $1.00 grade 75c One lb. Green tea regular 00c vallb. quality Fall and dres-e- s with belt and buckles. The chance blue, green and tan QCn ginghams''' in Men's Fall Hats Men's Fall Hats in the famous "Kingsbury" ike in all shapes and styles regular $8.50 values Men's hats in assorted styles and colors. Our special price in of a life time. Regular quality sizes 8 plaid gingham Vs4sKJ (O QQ value $17.0 Boyi grey MlaWJ (PI "J QQ dresses to II $1.98 3" ' ' chinchella overcoats ue 40c quality $6.50 Mascot soap Highest prices paid for produce. 5c m J)onl Vict the F SON Please place your orders for merchandise in the afternoon so they can be sent out early next morning. Be patriotic and carry home as many parcels as you can. Uncle Sam asks us to do this. 4 mm HARDINSBURG W. made C a IMS GOLDEN RULE Cloverport, Ky STORE L. COHEN, Proprietor I'ayne. Sunday morning, there was no preaching hut a song service conducted by Mr. Jesse Whit worth was held. The Branches and Auxiliaries of the Breckinridge county Red Cross chapter please take notice: On the fourth VYednesdty afternoon in Octo- ber the annual election of officers will be held in the Red Cross headquarters in the Masonic Hall. Please every branch send a delegate and as many volunteers as can possibly do so come. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Robertson of Glen Dean were in town Thursday and were guests of Mr. Robertson's brother, Mr. Vic Robertson and Mrs. of ("loverpert Moorman business trip to I Iardinsburg Thursday ami was the dinner guest of Dr John Kinchcloc and Mrs. Kinchcloc. Mrs Godfrey Haswell left Monday fir Zancsvillc, O as a delegate to a meeting of the Branch Missionary i". M church. lira Sandbach, Mrs. Hell and sister, Mrs. HawkinJ Smith were in town on btwinCM Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Paul Compton and children, motored from Louisville. Saturday and Mrs. Compton stopped near Garheld to visit her father and her litter, Miss Ollie Maty, then joined Mr. Compton and children here at the home of Mr and Mrs. Minor , Robertson. IRVINGTON gone to Anchorage. Mr. and Mrs. Leo King and son, Paul Kendrick of Detroit, Mich., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James King. Mrs. G. O. Bailey is visiting relatives at Lynchburg, Va. Mrs. R. W. Meador was in town Tuesday enroute to visit Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Meador, Custer. Mr. and Mrs. P. Dent have moved to Indianapotis. Miss XIattie Grace Howe, Lewis-por- t has been the guest of Mrs. Virgil Brite and attended the Red Cross entertainment. B. A. Reese has returned to Los Angeles after several weeks stay with his mother. Mrs. Sue Simmons. Mrs Mattingly and son of Glen Dean, are pending the winter months with ber haughter, Mrs. Lillie Glass. I WOMAN'S Ladies Reading Club Officers. At the opening meeting of the Lad- -' Secretary McAdoo Saye Service of ies Reading Club which was held at the home of Mrs. L. T. Reid, the foWomen In War Should Be llowing officers were elected: PresMemorialized. ident, Mrs. Frink Mattingly; Vice The following statement has been President, Mrs. Frank Payne; Secreissued at Washington by Secretary ul tary and Treasurer, Mrs. Leonard the Treasury McAdoo: Oelze. DAY TO BE OCT. 5 Millions cock. Rev. L. S. Sleamaker, wife and broRev. R. K. Reeves, Adairville spent ther have moved into the parsonage, Rev H V. Wilson the new pastor of last week with friends in this vicinity. Rev. Sleamaker will have charge of the Methodist church filled his reguMiss Nell Bramlette spent the week the Bewleyville, Webster and Irving-to- n lar appointment Sunday evening at end with Miss Minnie Kullen wider, Methodists churches. 7:30. On account of being called to' Brandenburg. Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain will (lie funeral of Mr. Lewis conduct Rev. 1'. H. Ryan and family have leave this week for Eastern Ky., where she will lecture on Food Con- Compton States are hundred thousand women serve as ac tlve workers in the organization of the National Woman's Liberty Loan Committee. Seventy thousand women are employed on the railroads. Hundreds of thousands of women are laboring in the munition factories. Other hundreds of thousands serve In clerical work directly related to the war. As many more are engaged In the lied Cross and other activities for the amelioration of war conditions. The women of America are doing their share In the winning of the war, both by actual hard work and by the tremendous force of their moral influence. It Is fitting that their service should be memorialized, and Saturday, Oct. S, has been designated for observation in the fourth Liberty Loan Campaign Day. aa Women in War Work By W. Q. McAdoo. of women In the United engaged in war work. Seven servation. Rev. T. N. Williams preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday, Rev. Williams preached the first sermon in that church eighteen years ago. Conductor Arch Pulliam, ville was in town last week in inter est of the 4th Liberty Loan. Word has been received of the illness of Miss Ruth Marshal who is attending school at Danville. Red Cross quarters was open all day Thursday, the ladies were quile busy sewing and packing garments for the Belgians. Mrs. W. J. l'iggott has been quite ill, Dr. Harold Beard, Hardinsburg attended her. Mrs J. T. Johnson and daughter, PraacCI Midlothian Johnson, Louiswith Mr. and ville .pent the week-enMrs. T. V McClothlan. Mrs. Robert Bell is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hawkins Smith at Garfield. Mr and Mrs. John Milt spent YANKEES ON FIRING LINE Stay at Homes May Do Their Share In Fourth Liberty Loan Drive. In speaking of the American soldiers In Prance, Premier Clemenceau said In the French House of Deputies: "The French generals tell me the victory wan peculiarly American In Its conception and execution. I am much Impressed with the magnificent discipline, daring and bravery of the American troops." David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of England, in speaking of our sol- Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves, Ranges, Furniture and Rugs. ADJOURNED. The October term of the Breckin-ridg- e county Circuit Court adjourned Monday afternoon on account of the influenza epidemic and to comply with the proclamation of Dr. South's that all public meeting places be closed. The court had just convened Monday morning and was. adjourned The members of the club agreed until February. to do Red Cross work at all of their meetings. AGED WOMAN SUCCUMBS. Mrs. Judith O. Pate, mother of BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallace Babbage Mr. Henry C. Pate of this city died of White Star, Harlan county, Ky., of senility at her home near this announce the arrival of a little girl place Thursday evening. About named, Florence Babbage, Sept. Ul, two years ago Mrs. Pate broke her hip and since then she has been IMS, gradually declining. She was 87 Miss Agnes Beauchamp, Louisville years old and the widow of the late Dexter Pate. Besides Mr. H. C. is visiting here. The Methodist Sunday schocd will Pate, five other children survive. The funeral was held from the res'purchase a 4th Liberty Loan Bond. Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor idence Saturday and the burial took motored to Hodgenville for the week place in the Clover Creek burying lend. ground. Mr. Henry Cowley, West Point spent Sunday with relatives at this TO ALL LIBERTY LOAN WORKERS. place. Do not forget the Red Cross enIrvington, Oct, 4, (Special)r-- It is tertainment at the Methodist church of the utmost importance that the Wednesday, Oct. 9. subscription cards of the Fourth Liberty Loan be sent in to the banks, which are named on the cards, every ASHAMED HE'S PRISONER T I CIRCUIT COURT 4 day. is Big, well assorted stock to select from. Buy $25.00 worth and we pay your train fare. Come and diers, said: look through goods bought before recent advances. Can save you some money. FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, Manager PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY FORDSVILLE, Cross workers carrying wounded soldiers, a supply train and a band of music. Placards of "Buy Liberty Wednesday in Owensboro. Bonds," and rltgs were carried. is Mis Nell CoBniff. Louisville The children marched from the pending ItvenU days with her mothschool house to the depot and er, Mrs. Adele Connitf. through the main streets singing kill el Lottie and Ruth Hcunigcr America while they were at the t1 i ..iik end with Miss Mary depot Smith, Owensboro. The teachers, Miss t ei il Hlso pieced u "Red Cross" qultf, which and Mr and Mrs. Matt Payne attended will do his or her Lest to make it so. the Methodist Ladles' society bus Miss Rose Lou Ditto, who were in funeral of Lewis Payne at Harned quilted, and the quilt Is soou to be the parade, deserve much credit for Sunday. TRY A NEWS WANT AD TODAY mid ut uuctiuu for the Bed Cross. the interest shown. ' "We know that wljen they appear In the battle line they fight In a way worthy of the great traditions of their great country. This is, in Itself, a source ot support, sustenance and encouragement to all those who. with anxious heartB, are watching the conflict goipg on in France." On September 28 begins the campaign tor the Fourth Liberty Loan, the drive toward victory which It is the Handmade Service Flag. part of the Americans at home to make Mrs. Surah l.yue uuule the Lincoln a triumph and succe. s. If we do our part as wi ll as our soldiers do theirs, county (K'nn.) service Hug bearing its our response will be worthy of oar 'iiHl slurs, all of which are stitched on great couniiy and ol our soldiers and by hand Inst end of being pasted ou, as Mrs. I.yne has And every good American is the usual uiclhod. sailors Yank Peeved Because He Waa Caught Early In Game. "Here I am, a prisoner of war. I feel very mortified and ashamed to be caught so soon In the game, although it was partly due to my own fault. But 'e'eet la guerre,' as we say." Lieut. Elmer D. Mackuy in these words writes to his purents at McKeesport, Ph., announcing that he Is a captive of the Germans. He sutd he was fighting uboui 000 feet inside the German llneg on Muy 9 hist In the Toul sector when taken prisoner. "I huve been through Mete, Suiirbruckeu uud Karlsruhe, and thus you see I have crossed the Ithlue through the fumous Black forest of Germany, hi this officers' prison camp ut Vlllengen-Itiiilei- i there ure other Aaiericun officers, und five or six ure from Peuiisylvaniu. These ure doctors cultured while with the British." Report of the total subscriptions required to be forwarded to St. Louis each day, and it is only through the banks of the county that a correct statement can be ob tained. Please do not hold them. W. J. Piggott, County Chairman. Liberty Loan Parade , at Glen Dean. Glen Dean, Ky. Sept. :t0. (Special) The public school of this place had a parade Thursday in which the nuniU represented soldiers, refuges, Red --