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The Breckenridge news: October 23, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918102301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 23, 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. $150 a Year ; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. 23. 1918 8 Pa-.es VOL. XLIII. Wm. Patterson Succumbs CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER. No. 17 To Pneumonia. TURN YOUR I On the Firing Line Again. Mi HM Mrs TEXT OF GERMANY'S REPLY PRESIDENT .1. I.. Morrison have TO letter from their son. Murriel i WILSON )D C''M VI1? rk Morrison who hai been confined in a V 1 Bm Hoepltal in Francs since June PROMISES TO QUIT TORPEDOING PASSENGER having heen wounded scvcrcl;. at SHIPS AND AVOID DESTRUCTION OF Oct. 27, One Hour. Congress that time CITIES THEY EVACUATED. Quota of $302,000 Is Met By HwTri" Will Not Force Day Light Morrison wrote that he wmt now 837 Subscribers Giving League being known jKpworth hmck on the tiring line going after Savings In Winter. Germany has answered President Wilson with g note, the throughout the Owensboro District. $303,300. "Pritzi " Said lie would always rarrv Htmmar) of which Mates that. "The German government h,-tW"" a Washington. Oct. K.- -o further caused orders t be dispatched t all submarine commanders BrtckinrirlgC county did its full Notice To Owners Of Dogs. effort will he made hy Congress to he had gotten the muscle in the upper pan of his righi arm torn out This precluding the torpedoing nf passenger hips without, however All dogs must he licensed or he continue the existing dav 'light-Min helping to put America over part i ing impounded by the sheriff or his de- - law. and the hands of the clocks wi was bow he was wounded hesides a fur tectlcnical reasons- beifl :)!.- n ,,,, h. ,1 the top in its six billion dollar Fourth ,.i shot t turned hack an hour on October slight wound in his hack which he ers ,.111 rcit h vtr -- mob. siiliiii.iritir at sen lir(nr it. ""inc . Liberty I in. w lien lilt i oiiiii weiu. ,rtr :w r.mni " , .. I., ... . . wrote, hail cntnclv healed. " . I., s;,.vs MirtiK-- that. ' I he ir... ,1.11,11,. lll)( - i,. n Ollll '.T. as original! planned. This deci11 Grman troops an- under mosl strict . above its quota of S302,000. e disposed of hy sale or killed in sion wa- - reached todav at a conferinstructions to parr private prooert) ami t,. exercise care for As reported hy the County Chair- - sonic humane manner ence bttWeen congressional leaders Mother of Five Children no jujuihuuii in tin- dcsi 'i llH'ir anility. u iss,le license for and Chairman Baruch, oi the War r,ailv am man. Mr. W .1. Piggott. there was a' Dies of Influenza. I , ,1 I Ml' lliito lo.iki's tli,. ilatamanl .1 ,., mi inn .i..,,;i.,i k '"" '" BrtcWnrkln cotmtj and Industries Hoard, who had recom :, ,i He "wwiirem ill. ll nil- pt'lipir rilll'. all owners of dogs are not Only re- - mended that the law remain in Ion, i0'ns,i,l,,i("1 ''''I ""t f'r a concurrence oi representation of the . i. i i. ti it Irvington. Oct. , ma (Special- )o.n suosi ioci . ,i imi ins report hi oe- - IIV.Sll,, i.... rt . III l. M hi for the period of the war. 1,1 decftfotu of praco mm! war. Mrs. I.awerence t. Kiniey died These conditions have tails shows the following figures, each obtain license for each and every do:; The Senate rcicntfi passed a hill Thursday at l:t". A U. alter a few jusi undergone a lundamental change. . new government town being reported through its on his premises on or before January to continue the law in effect indefidays illness of pneumonia, following has been formed in complete sch license nitely, and it now is pending in the ' Tlu' accordance with the wishes K. '"r H. hanks or hanks: Irvington. an attack of influenza Mrs Kirtlev the first male dog House Senator (alder. of New leaves a hushand and live small child- (principlc?i of the representation of the people, bated on Shellman A Co., 50 suhscrihers. $.'(.- - anl taK is I10 icm.ile dog and York, author ot the original daylight I(,r ,lu' equal, universal, secret, direct franchise." l!ank aml fU subscribed. hirst State for each additional male dog and hill. said, after the conference today. ren hesides nunii ions relatives and I 131 suhscrihers. $4.V.nl suhscrihed. ?he part in regard tH meeting conditions fur the evacuafriends to mourn their loss. The Hardinsburg, Bang of Hardinatmrg & 40( lor eath additional female dog. that the difficulties of the railroad ad- burial took place at Cedar Hill ceme tion of invaded territorv and for an amistice - rerorHixl a ,n r sHalg such license and tag each ministration and other governmental Trust Co., 300 suhscrihers. 908,90. .. W K. I' lit IVI1, ti.. aid down li President ' tl.lVI. MMtl Farmers Hank. ITS sub- - ""IK'r is re'l"ired to make application agencies in arranging schedule- - and Wt suhscrihed ,,,,,, M "7 " 7"" II Ti'MlliT y authorized anticipated difficulties in getting final 'ntc or to scrihers, $;4.nin subscribed. Clover- - " tl,is consiaerations t an armistice. lhf bereared ones of Clover- - deputy who is officially supplied with action on the hill by the House con port. Breckinridge-Ban- k MmhH and tags, cither orally or tributCd to the decision SUGAR RESTRICTIONS port Hi; subscribers. $.o.?.-.o- . suhscrih- The War TO BECOME MORE RIGID ADDITIONAL ed including the Railroad subscrip- - writing, but if the application is in Industries Hoard urged continuation Washington. Oct. is .Restrictions of the law particularity hecause of 30,00o making writing such application must he lioni estimated at .nislied by the clerk or deputy, to on the use of sugar will he even more in the saving of fuel. $77,730, NAMES ON whom application is made for such rigid during Noiemher and Deccui- Committees. ''cense and tag such applications must ,H'r ,Ban ;,t Present in order that the The soliciting committee of the IVT Wheat Feeds. ftAI TTrpir HONOR ROLL Fourth Loan which included D. B. state, name and address of owner, he 11 '" llu' sh,w forcM "' Hi No wheat bran or mixed wheat Phelps. Cloverport; Mrs. R. B. Mc- - 'accompanied hy the proper fee and niteil Mates and allies may he supl plied. The food administration anGlothlan. Irvington; Geo. Hess. 1). C .sufficient postage for return of license feeds can he fed to any other stock Sixty-Fou- r More Subscribers Walls and Allen Kincbeloe. Hardins- - a"l tag; voting precent. breed, sex. than the following: dairy cattle. Next Wednesday October 30 nounced tonight that sugar allot s aKe colr a"' markings of such dog young pigs, young calves, poultry and To Liberty Bonds Making Iiurg; were untiring in to On Mr. Tom Beard's Farm incuts lor household use will In- held lie owner a weekly bran mash tor work animals strictly to two pounds a person each make the loan successful and thev or loKs to lie licensed. Total of 103. Near Hardinsburg. month ami that the suppl) tor manu with the Countv Chairman are res of each dog shall furnish collars to Every feed dealer and miller is nowwhich the tags shall he securely fas re quired before selling any of the Ifactwrera of soft drinks, ice cream ponsihle ti great extent for the over Cloverport's Fourth Liberty Loan N" nresnng nit news tor the and confections will he redlined sharp- above feeds to lirst secure signature Subscription However it was stated tened. Honor Roll had as its total number A. T. Heard. "' Breckinridge county is the y to a pledge to he furnished by seller that a large part of the bonds were of names on I'riday afternoon 103 suhscrihed on tune which proved a Clerk of lireckinridge County Court. to the effect that such feeds will he so nnOUncemeM that there will he R. R, Compton, farm tractor demonstrator who will COMMISSIONED 1st LIEUT ted. willingness on the part of the people an addition of ill names since the Pood Adm'r for Itrcck Co., Ky. on Wednesday October 30, demon to give altho they may not have had Chief of Police Undergoes Operation. in MEDICAL CORPS. last issue ot The Brecswnridn Vewa. strata in Mr, lorn Heard s arm near Chief of Police Win. Mullen went Among the nineteen Kentuckiani money. the ready liardmsburg. the value of the farm who received their commissions from following art the latest subscriber.--: to Owenshoro to the City Hospital SERVICE FLAG UNFURLED Women Workers. .1. C .larhoe. Nat 1.. Taul. A. Ii. I. C , were Mrs. R. li. Midlothian who was last Tuesday and had his tonsils reAT GARFIELD. tractor The meeting will be in the Washington. Oct Skilman, W. T, Chapin, Mrs H. air altogether so that even if er of M. Dani.ls iw sii B P moved. Mr. Mullen stood the operaCounty Chairman of the Women Hammast, II J Garllch!. Ky.. Oct. 13. (Special- )- the inllena epidemic has not siihsid- - 'ham of KnottSviltc, Hamntan, W. A. both of wh Workers h this loan, appointed Mrs. tion well and was aide to return home A beaut, Baaham, JSJC I! Smart. S. I'. Conrad, ml service Hag was unturled ed by then, there will be no danger 'were Commissioned Thursday and by Friday he was on Clover-poFrank Ferry Chairman of the first Lieutenants ll Btythe, Mrs BBa B. Jordan. at the uniherlanil church. Sum lav in such a n inn in the Medical Corp C solicitors Mrs. Ferry reported his "lleat" again. Miss Elisabeth Skillman. II to represent twelve oi the boys who 'ate, Having this farm tractor demon-havArm that $33,300 was solicited hy her comMrs gone into service from this strator is one oi the means of Larkin Gibson, Mrs Susan mittee and she desires to thank Squires, Mrs. Eliaa Hoard. Dennis W. The one gold star is in mem- - din ing this valuable piece of farm Young Boy Dies of Influenza. these young women who so loy- MADE SLAVES BY HUNS Sheeron, Dermic Sheeron, Mrs Den- ory of lames Durbiii who was re- - machinery to the farmers of Breck- (ieorge l.ee Shcaran. is vear old ally gave their service. They were: cently killed m action. inridge and il is through the courtesy son oi Mr and Mrs. A. I). Shcaran me sheeron. Joe Chancellor, Vernai Misses Mary Owen Oelze. Eleanor Beavm, Mr-- . Rev. B ratchet made the dedication of I!. F. Heard A Co.. that such a of Skillman Cordrey, Miss Weld. Mary Jo Mattinglv. Louise Germans Forced Occupants of dud of infraenaa at the Margaret I alter. Mr- - H P Mattinglspeech which was splendid The boys demonstration is being held. It is home of his parents last Tucsdai Whitehead. Addie Mctiavock. Kay Lille Into Captivity. v t has H VVeise, Thos I) Smart, who are represented by the blue stars for every man who is interested in His remains were brought to tin., Lewis Heyser and Mrs. Marion Mrs I'eresa Price, (i O Adkins, K. are: Alvah Baabam, Verde Crown, progressive farming wether he is in city Wcdncsdav for burial in the I. Oelae, Man Owen Milton P.ashatn. Joe Macv. (irover a position to buy or not to buy a farm C loverport lelse, Parkin Kcv cemetery O, I Pitiful Scenes Witnessed When the Gregory, Harold Smith. Gibson, II Thnrman, Mis M. Lonnie Dur- - tractor. Richard conducted a short serv ice at British Troops Entered French Autoless Sundays Cease. M bin. Verda Johnson, t lav Man. Claud J. Helien, I.. Hehcn, the grave Hesides his parents, young Hehen. Town So Long in Agony. Fuel Administrator Garfield took Mrs. C. S. Jackson. Michael Ketzuer, Shoemate, and Hud Curry, Sergt. Moorman Willis nncaraa leaves several nrotners and the ban off on gaseless Sundays last W Waggoner. Pate. C A. With the British Koreee in Frauee, In New York City. sisters Thursday making it effective at once Oct, -- 1. Inning Ihe Insi gftaen days ALL QUESTIONNAIRES W Klder, Adhisaon, l Pate, ARE Through the loyal response of the of llii'lr occupntlon of Lille the W i Hamman, Barney P. Sqniras RELEASED BY CROWDERJ Mr and Mr, R. O. Willi- - received Miller-Farme- r Wedding. auto owners 1,000,000 harrels oi g.i-- o Mrs J T look nvviiy Into captivity IflojMMI eatherholi. Mrs Harney a message Sundai afternoon from Washington. Oct. I. QuestionHardiasbnrg, Ky. Oct (Special) Squires, Sr.. Mrs. K 11 Miller. W. line was saved for the military forces oi tin- Inhabitants at the ciiy. their son. Sergt. Moorman Willis saynaires for men of the M to Hi and is ing Cow Hidden Four Years. Miss Lucy C. Miller and Mr Mar- W. geatoa, Carrie Pee fucker. I) s. during the gaseless Sundays. The that he was in New York City in London. Oct. Jl.- - "Whin is suld to year Classes under the draft were ortin Parmer were aarilely married at Burks. C .1. Pella. J ban is liable to he put on again tho Dutschke, an Army Hospital. Wilson, Sat- Anna I) Shellman, If F Sbelhuan, should the gasoline supply become he the 'snureeae rent or the ami t dered released today he Provost Mar Sometime in August Sergt Willis the home of Kev. B. Lille' vvus the successful CUHCenlUMUl thai Gen, Crowder, in all local board urday evening. Oct. If, at I'JN o'- Lewis Cohen, P ll Canary. J. D. act ue. of a cow for four whole years." writes districts where the classification of was wounded in France and it is bc- - clock. Hahbage. S i. .. i ' mai nc ioas i " II Popbain. drown, a Daily .Mail correspondent uivaililcil with tho mpleted. . Mrs farmer is the seventeen year lelestia Hrowu. Mav Brown, Mrs. No More Canning Certificates British armies. "This cow is now be- other groups have been 'I bis will elicit more than half of all old daughter of Mr ami Mrs las. W en rv Paiiing decorated to meet Ihe British Mr. Sackett. Federal hood Admin the territory in the United States, Miller of near Hardinsburg Mr Hoops. istrator for Kentucky, advises me as GENERAL GUILLAUMAT - the young Kaniier and talented "It wiis ii physical struggle to ad- progress having been more rapid than Donation For Linen Shower. follows. "Effective Oct. 20th stop general manager of the Cumberland vance BjSH ii sentimental struggle to was expected in classification work. issuing canning certificates and notify Chsnaah, Ky. Oct IT, (Special) wish to witness," says the writer In Local boards sending out questionTelephone Co., at Hardinsburg, They all grocers that they should file all describing the entry into the lovvn. naires must release ten per cent a will make their home with the bride's flu- ked Cross Chapter ol Chenaall certificates now on hands for redemp "All Ihe mothers wanted their babies dav. parents until they can find a house was especiallv well pleased with the tion. Kentucky has not been allow- kissed, and one was bombarded wllh generous donations given by the peoin a rdinsburg, ed any sugar beyond Oct. Mth only eiubniees, ple oi our community for the Linen handshakes, cheers uild A Sainer Violin That for the two pounds per month per thanks. Shower. FOR BELGIAN PEOPLE FOOD "Imagine Ihe better jiart of KMI.INNI person ration " Is 253 Years Old. Mrs, Richard Stallman, chairman take this means of puhlically people, mostly women, nil crowded In of the chapter appointed Miss Susie Mr Lafayette Tindkl has what he Millions of Emergency Rations Are to Warren as collector, thanking the various deputies who to oue or two streets, all hysterlenl considers a very dear treasure, a She was acBe Issued Immediately to the have given their time in assisting in with Joy anil all lutein on expressing Sainef violin that was made in Hill.".. companied by Miss Hess Cunninghaaa, Civilian Population. bespeak for them their gratitude, on being llbernled. this great work. Thev made a "house to house" canvass Mr. T indie tays the Sainer violin is "Whal hud bitten the souls and my office that we have done our everybody was I., into portHtlons of the best made and this one he possWashington, "''t- SI.- - Arrangements and acre Cheerfully met by all w hom dc nf best. W e have tried above all things lit HI. i he sum of la have been iiinile by the Belgian relief thev called on. Mathers did not know where esses has on the inside of it this in- to he prompt in granting requests and their daughters had gone, m.r urban had cription "Jocobus Sainer in A beam cmmiiisslou with the Itritish quarter-ssaate- v was realized from the drive With as liberal as possible in allowances beenhelr fate. To ihe very Inst (ier-- i lliii.'i I'ope Oeiiipontuni " It also has general for 20,000.000 emergen- this amount was purchased 13 sheets, A great many certificates have been cy nitlon- - to be furni-lie- d 7 dozen Immediale-lexploitation went on In Its usual the name of J C Bali "ho was pi,, bath towels, ii doz handker-Chief- l to the rescued civilian population returned to this office marked un- miiuner." and tl doz napkins hahly its first owner and the one 'who All articlHerbert Hoover, chair- e- being of new materia,! in Belgium, Bulgars Enslaved 13,000 Greeks. claimed, and in every case they have i, brought it to this country. man ot the commission, snannnred aloatkl, Oct. (he S. ir.s, checked out .is having been sent to The violin still retains it sweet tone thgj the ration- - would come linm Ihe ' the address as given in original re- iii Uraek Macedonia, was occupied by and its present owner paid the laige the Britlah army in Belgium Rev. H. English's Mother Dies. itagea quest. For this failure to place certif- Ihe Bulgarian in December, luiti. the sum ol ft.it lor it when they orig-nallegaj nould be paid lor g the relief Mrs. Mary Hall Eagiiah, ;r years Inhabitants numbered 24.IMIU. Hluee icateat lour disposal, we do not that lime o.lKS) sell lor leu times that much. commission. ooo have have died, old ami the mother ot Rev, Harvey feel that we ajx responsible in some been deported ami StetSUtl men 80,000 IN OPIUM SEIZED. Pngll-- h have of Stephen-po- rt died at the w hei cpjuesi s li.ur been given cases Pittsburg, Oct. Hi. Discovery of been put lo fumed labor on Ihe ion bet daughter, Urs Prank PRAISES WORK OF AMERICA by phone, we have overlooked same, Stmct iofl of mm!- -. Todn.v the pupula St hai thev believe to be the headquaroi i lopKinsv me. alter a long but we are sure .those very few that linn is mill 5,000 t,, ti.UNI. ters of an intcrn.itjon.il "opasM ring" itish Monarch Cheered by Wounded dine- BgJgJgfttn dm unit-illhave heen effected, will excuse us. found in ihe wa- Mr- - P.nglisli wa- - a native oi K reck-i- n announced by federal officials Yanks When He Expresses Apif they will stop and consider the Macedonian towns show ihut preciation of United States. ridge count) and at one tunc lived after a raid upon a building numbers uf (truths w ere due to theliuflt hundreds that we have issued on In which $.'il).iMK) worth of opium was near Stepbeuaport. She leaves two It is very gratifying to fereiice of the Bulgarian authorities! to some days. London, Oct. 11. "W e certainly take othei sons, who are also Baptist Ihe condition of ihe civilian population. seized. John li. Goodman and Harry off to the great American nami- bills Us to note the spirit in which the peoWholesale deportations were made and Jacobs were arrested They are Kev Will Engtion, which Is rendering efficient aid ministers ple of lireckinridge county have re- wanton psnasmaasmsnsavw ' cruelties Indicted. Correspondence seued. for the common cause," suld King lish of Missouri and Kev. Pvcrett Govern rationing of canning sponded to this Churches were looted ami .private With Mrs. (ieorge during n visit to an American English oi llerea. Ky sugar houses sirlpped to furnish ufflcera' incut agent- said, indicating raiuifica of the lead t. . Lacy is Miss Ktia English who surThe king was nccoinpauied hospital. IMeasc let us hear from you at any quarters. rtTe cemcteriee tions of a conspiracy extending over ing French commanders, Hurials in bus been aid by the queen and Princess Mnrv. The vives. were made hapluisard and no inscript- the entire Kast. Most of the opium. Ing (leliernl d'kisprtev in conquering time when we can be of service. doughboys wounded and bedridden the funeral was held in Hopkins-vill- i ion-, placed, si that Borvtving relatives they said had been smuggled from the Bulgarians and driving ihe Aus-i- i H R. Compton. cheered Ihe king, crying "We re tickled Honda) ami the interment took cannot hud their graves oi' Mneedoub, and Serbia. ins out Hreck Co. Food Adm'r. China through Canada. to d, alb lo see jiiu." The king smiled. place in that city. -- GOES OVER IN P DRCl.;lIilIIIUlj William Patterson, the year old on ot Mr (I Orville Patcrson of Hawesville mccumbed lo pneumonia at the homt of his parents on Sun- day. Oct. u'O. Mr. Patter-o- n was one ot the prom- I"0"' v""nK men "f CLOCKS BACK had CIJirA kJUllliT s -- ... - ,.- - ". 0. ; r -- - I i : - i -- ',.,., I Ppk -' ' ,.,., . . , FARM TRACTOR rpiir InL LULli their-effort- I . "" i Tuck-ope- n . rt .1 e ( v iiitro-Chnrc- puh-licl- y i I W'ea-Iherho- . .1 (i.r-MM- - I I lu-c- i I 1 i 1 $t y t v i . im-g- y gggvgg, mm PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY OCTOBER 23. 1918 1 SUBSCRIBERS' There is wealth untold Lands of Breckinridge County, and for convincing evidence oi that fact just note the new comers into the county. I have for sale some of the most desirable farms in the county at prices that are bound to interest you, if you are a Red in LETTERS From Mrs. P. W. Roberts. KattUMt hud price Mr. Hahhage. of renewal ($1 M) for The lirerken-ridg- e New. Send hack numbers for the past month if yon have then.. Ucpeetfnll. Mrs P. W Roberts. HI V Elwood. Tulsa. Okla. of C. B. Miller. Ivabbagc. loverport. Dear Sir: Enclosed find check Ky. for the renewal to The I'ircckctiriditc News from October IS, Wlx to Oct Vnnrs truly. G B, Miller. .:. IVIV, ille, Ky. I'.ddy Renewal Mr John I) Blooded farmer. Till the soil and you will have Health, Wealth and Happiness. Mrs. J. D. Jolly Subscribes. Ky. D Banks gi. (loverport. Mr Dear Mr r.aUiagc: Am enclosing . cuty-fiv- c cents fof which please semi me The I'ircrkciiriilge News for si Yours truly. Mrs. J.. D. months. lolly, Mystic, Ky, A Subscriber From the West. Wm. ADKISSON Route 3 Krlitor of The lireckenridge News. Dear Sir: EnclosCloverport, Ky. ed I'iikI ($1) one dollar for which pttMt send Ihe Krcckcnridgc News as iMg as that anioiint will pay for. Hardimburg, Ky. Respectfully. Mr, L M Walker. Iter: 13th St.. San Diego. Cal. E. M. Bewley Renews. I). Ilahbage. (.'loverport. Ky. Dear Sir: Kncloscd find check for ?:!.()( for The I!reckenridge News. Thank jou. Voitrs. K. M Hewley. Pen rod, Ky. Mi John Do You Think There is No Competition? If anyone thinks there is no competition amongst the big packers he ought to go through a day's work with Swift & Company. Let him begin at the pens when the live stock comes in; let him try to buy a nice bunch of fat steers quietly and at his own price without somebody's bidding against him. Let him realize the scrupulous care taken at the plant that not one thing is lost or wasted in order that costs may be held to a minimum. Let him go up into the office where market reports are coming in, and reports of what other concerns are doing. Let him watch the director of the Swift Refrigerator fleet, maneuvering it over the face of the country like a fleet of battleships at sea. Let him take a trip with a Swift & Company salesman and try to sell a few orders of meat. Let him stay at a branch house for an hour or two and see the retail meat dealers drive their bargains to the last penny as they shop around among the packers' branch houses, the wholesale dealers, and the local packing plants. And then, when the day is over, let him have half an hour in the accounting department, where he can e for himself on what small profits the business is done. (Less than 4 cents on each dollar of sales.) If he still thinks there is no competition in the meat business it will be because he wants to think so. s-- 30C 30Z 3 C 30L MATTINGLY Mary Kcivin wa. the guest ol daughter. Mn Walter Brickty htr and Mr Brkkcy last Sunday Mr Jdin Kaysingcr and wile of l'isgah are seriously ill oi pneumonia following an attack oi inlittenza. Mrs Mr. Cortol Keenan has been visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Keenan ami other relatives has returned to hi camp at Atlanta. ;. A telegram catM ti ( loverport last Saturday from W 'iiioka. Agricultural Draft Advisers. LODIBURG Okla.. an- Miss visited Mrs Avitt Helen Mr. and Mrs. lame. Cain oi Louis- Zelma Avitl at Mystic, last Sunday. ville announce the arrival of a ten James Bruce has gone to Illinois. Charlie Bruce was in Cloverporti She pound girl on Oct IT, I'.'t'' will l.e christened Dorothy James last week. Adam Basham was iii Irvington Mrs. Cam was Formerly Miss Cain last Saturday. Luetic Bart) of this city K B. Stem oi Louisville who has c I Mr and rMs Harry flan, of Louis- been tna guest oi Mr. Hcled Avitt ville are receiving congratulations on returned hoine Saturdav. Mr and Mrs Dscar French visited the arrival oi Harry Guns. Jr. Oct. IX h oi Mystic last SunMr i. U day. E Payne and daughter, Mrs Mis. Knhy were the guests 61 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I'.ashani '! Union Star last Mondav I ION ICm. "ii ilUi' tun mil., Iiiuli ai. a loi.a.id hgra. a'l frui' geegggars tor Adraiic ( ashman has gone to Illii level Ian. In hoggf gga ii.ii.h ihet I'm. ITjasi M.aSM cash, hal m..II mil - ...Unit uikr-.till.,.. It, am ig H .'ttnatal pg) nn tits. in nois IA gcre tm icrt. in. .nl. n ..t.tini. Mi gem 'Jv Clovrrport, .. ii n . u'..i v. Iir.it ...ivti ail, ttivliartl. la No rta - I... toot Ian.'JI, milt - from fgtlraff, with Misses Jessie May llruce. Nannie bglgggv .u luntwat.T. all laml lent) a y I'ayne. Gladys Sketo. ...iii albfhtb rrtgffh I7."i ggegg gggggj nin Decker. Knbv t nl fir, oi ragita. Imu til'.. 'Mi rottag :i. 'gall, I'ti.'r $ti.."t'm. halama in B annual Delia and W illie May Deacon. Messrs iii gmH L'oiittititat. U...I.I ivhacco Itgrn. In gcrcti al ggj ttiriil.. t at.h bglgnce in ami' it. Matt .t.ivk ham, antl goo. ggggcili James llruce. Keith Norton. Kl.lcn . ii.. i. ii I'n. r III). Mn eorui'ril.. UiNi gSS .utl.. it nnh. In tin I'lovrri'ort. n tl lj vash. aalaaci la ' saaaal gayaMMMta Inn ggm level, Inn rolling, hglggrc rough, Parr, W illie Macy, Korresl and Hubgood iwo.tmv rvaaSrneet good aara ami Philpott Wallace. VirgU and Mar la i. Nt. ii bike two mi iroHi ml Inuklinga, slnmi worth of luul.tr. laml ert If atiliu.liui k I'm ..nr. t tightly rolling. In urgetieaH) fenced. all Iricc s.'i.ihhi. i, vin Pkyne were the guests ol Miss acre, roaaja, 8 gerei bartaas, Mi ggtea tn ta.h. I.alaia'r m ;l annual ggj ui. iits MM, m .km-in gppli orcaanl. mat moU anda Robertson last Sunday o 7 77 gcrgl 'i nrliIn riMiin two .turv Clovrriiort. fiil'f. has sil, mil. m itli liarUwooU Amci I root ing Ml all gaffing laml ami in itra... all untlt-- wovi-raaUrner gttto. gooil rigSs suli .iim I. harg, mmI laaavco win oca hot'l. cottage, concrete crilai in AFTER CHURCH rSrlgg au.i ami tt'llar goaag, an. hrirk utalth'. scecc i aaai iij ail Un.t aara. well grglerrd, all Inn .lunr Mil gad lire gi Sll.taai cash. Iialamr in la months. ragaa with rxeciaion ni In gem mutth KJI I l.'t gefgg a mil,-- from Clovrr.ort. 'tun lirr. uri.in.iiv linti., uii.l ham I'rur Mfl ggrgl kgdjMgg ritlliiiK. MMMM v.l running uvn grimlj going l' tupl Am .iu .1 Just a .ailn. M'lim WM .tn-.!'!. hr -- till. gtli.lt. trur I ntf. cargo. In. lit-'.Aoymi? not going in awl 'I. .I'll. r Just a Kill Cm... ii'! Doing .'nt ii'' ii skill ran An. Ion! Soarl Though I''-- ' 'i live maj liug In .Iiiii! An ytu? Tlirv 'rt not i'tt.vur;. Jut ha patriot i. aInlying,nr.t loan lliraesh, l ii. II in till . fotirili tvi h uI.i.Iih . Welcome ' Arc tarn Hr'i not going i KleamN M '.M.li, Miti lit-'- , nouncing the death ol Mrs lien laid WRa was the daughter "i Mr and lame-Furrow who formerly Mrs lived near here now oi Oklahoma. The many friends and relatives ol dear Nola a, she WM called in her girlhood "ill he grieved o hear oi her i ntimclv death. BIRTH ANOUNCEMF.NTS. Mr Wm Basham's family and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. lotSawyer are he Matthew's family are suffering with ing congratulated on the arrival oi mflucnsa. tl.eir little son. Charles Kniliti Sawmi- - Taul Mis "i Louisville is Weighing '.' yer, Oct '.'nth. IMS, her father, Mr. Tom Hawkins pound. He is a namesake oi hi. and other relatives here uncle. Mr. ( has. I' Sawyer oi Colum- Clarence Hambleton oi Mattingly bus. Ohio, and hi., grandfather, Mr vim is employed at Louisville is re- G. E Baanon of Eddyeille, Ky. - -- o covering from the iniluenxa. Mr. and Mrs Qeo R Compton of A line son v. as born la the wife oi I'...' Mason ol Mattingly Oct IS, I'lcwlcy villc have been made happy o.er the arrival oi a sweet little girl named. Mildred Khtcheloe Compton, MM yoip arriving let. 1. IMg, Just a RoMicl ii' Ihe tt.'i.ln- vi.-itin- g Agricultural advisers, one oi whom is to he associated with each district draft hoard in the country, are to he announced soon by the Department ni Agriculture, which i. appointing thent alter consultation with agricultural leader, in the various States The Agricultural advisrrs in accordance w ith a plan agreed upon by lie War Labor Policy Hoard. I'rovost Marshal General. Secretary oi War Secretary of Agriculture, anil Secretary of Labor, are to present tacts to the draft board relative to the supply of necessary agricultural workers " The War Department must raise an army; military needs are first." .ays a letter from the department to those advisers already selected. " The advisers will aid in this in such a way a. will least cripple agriculture and industry." I From Riss Minnie Hoyle. Enclosed yoa Dear Mr. Babbage: Mr. and Mrs Hewitt Gibson and will find check lor he llreckenridge bab) were the guests oi Mr. and Mrs. News Please renew my subscription Hill Keys last Sunday neglecam so sorry lor one year. Mis. Mamie Decker alter a months ted sending you same. Vtry resvisit to her mother at Leipsic. Ind.. pectfully, Miss Minnie Hoyle. Ue.t returned home last week Point, Ky. Ruby Payne, Ada Pearl Misses Payne and Willie May Deacon were Renewal. the gue.t. ot Miss Kva 1'avne last J no. D. Babbage, C loverport, Ky. Saturday night Dear Sir: You will find enclosed a Mr and Mrs" Grayson Payne and check lor SI .in for The llreckenridge daughter. Ada I'earl and son. Krnest News for one year from June I'.Ms Mr and Mrs Mercer P.asham were to June I. lul'i Yours truly. Ed. the guests "i Mr and Mr. Bill Keys Kirk. Ky. last Sun da) Oscar Adkiaaon and Nina Adkisson Like a Letter From Home. ot Irvington visited their uncle. Mr. News. Clover-por- t, The Breclcenridge anil Mr. Grayson Payne last week. Ky. Mr. Babbage: Please find Mrs. Hob Adkisson oi Irvington. enclosed sis months subscription t.. visited htr si. tel. Mrs. (irayson your paper, which seems like a letter Payne last week from home to us, (Mease semi next Charlie Bruce has sold his farm to week's news. My adtlress is Mrs. I I I). Tucker consideration 13,000 B. M cash. Taul, IMii K Mh St . Alton. Henrj Landcaster sold his farm to Charlie Macy consideration fajOfl cash. A M Hardin was in Louisville with a carload oi cattle and hogs hist week Mr. Batcnwn who ha. been with her daughter oi French Lick. Ind.. for the pa.t sis months has COtDC in to Spend the winter with her daughter. Mr. V M Hardin. Mrs. Sam Brown and children oi Louisville are the guest, oi lier parBrown this ent.. Mr and Mrs .1 w i ek lt Wgiting lilt I Nf Un.w Moved Into Their New Home. I) Babbage, (loverport. Ky. Mr Dear hriend: As we have moved into our new home now 1 will agk you to please change the address of our paper. Father, brother and myself are all well and doing line out here in Denver. It is through The Brack-e- n ridge News that we keep in touch Nespect-lul- l with our Kentucky friends. Rebecca ( issell Simon's. Mia Hook St Denver. Col. Swift & Company, U. S. A. 1AT got .';! From Mrs. Seybert. Mr llahhage: Find enclosed check .Mi lor which please send me lor The Breckenhidnc New. tor one paper year begiuing with neglected to send check beSorry fore as I hate to miss one paper, Yours for the Fourth Liberty Loan. Mrs J. A Seybert. Waterloo. Iowa. I I r Spectacles, Eye Glasses and Kryptoks! LET US MAKE YOUR GLASSES. Some Bargains in Breckinridge County Farms , I i I I 1,111- I Former Breckinridge County Man. Mr. J no, D llahhage. Kditor News, ( loverport. Ky. Dear Sir: Herewith I' (). money order for SI .'til for which please send me paper Yours very valuable yOUf W truly. Newman. Slot lleidel- 'bach Ave.. F.vansv ille. Ind K U. No. A lircck-mridge I Southern Optical Co. Fourth and 4. C sstnut, Louisville, Ky. those ho have been BIG SPRING Mi ind Mrs. Frank Hilf have night the )rane property and will move into same assoon as Mr llewley can move $noo consideration. Mrs Liltiemac Scot) and daughter. Mi.. M arv eleanor have returned from Louisville. Mr 'J II Meador has been at WVst I'oint for ten weeks assisting his Iii I son-in-la- Among v I i , pgygMMi Kg. .'t a, m . on nkr two milts (tout Hgrdl liarg urn trvrl. aalaaec .huln )y rolling, rfll gootl lain lour .ml bog Irom rgefcg, all ktnrtwi ami will watcrnl. la gem good white oak ligghof on Irvrl lati'l. In agrag ' aottlr orchard, 'Jti ggm araaal .own. hatt Rolrotild mw !l room two. .tor) rrlillcgfr with haiilwooil Hgora. limiting on gill truant huu.f Jgirsj ojmmJ iiH'k aaea, larg. toi..!.... I moil agtWdl bugag n. ham ami ..iniitil, lagftlrd on faun. Price $li.:iroi. I :: cask, aelaarg ig attnggl ogjtgwgga gMI icm No. 4 3S4I arrr. 7 nulr. Iroai Clovi nitrl. fruin .mull inhtMiil town, I'm ggm i k I. HI gem tMiltmn. H a. rrs lulling gem w htat gown, pritt'l it ally al! lull, l laml Linilri giMi.l Iggffg. I mil,.i.-- iggiaeace, i htaaal aaaae, largr m-- ..... k Cloverport City Property tor Sale No I A gpleudiii 7 room residence with front and back porch, sninin'r e kitchen, ceHiar and cellar house, and good .stable, all in gqod conIm li feet fronting R. R dition glreet, runninc back 176 feet to an alley,' tarea spot Good two story residence No. 9 on corner lot, all necessary out build gar-rgK' Mr and Mrs. Van II Nelson have sold their farm 10 MeSSfS Withers Muld,raugk lor tH.000 Mr. Jonas Lyons and daughter, Miss Julia LoyilS Ol Irvington were dinnei guests Friday ol Mrs. K. A. ehna. Strothcr and daughter, Miss ItoUKr. all godof HNMtgi oltl ttlyhroggjg), Mr anil Mrs Ivy lllaukeuship who ami I old hava. .'ll.mil ..Mm worth of lit ."mn. fgrh have been living in Indiana lor tiie wlulr oak limit, r I'm. II. Hall in 1 atil.ll.il agogggggg, last lew veais have returned and have ii gi gggga "' ejggg wet of Carvel Jioughi a house irom Mrs Frank goeii :ai ggrci Qogg hetsagg, hataaec lull laml. gooil reaidrocr, .' Lai n., all uiulrr gotl friu-Hill and will move into same as soon fi) I'ii,. ta.lim tim ,ah. Italami in as they can get possesion. Mr. Illank-eushiinont'i.. will open a blacksmith shop in Na in I'm arwg I uuh bfjai Wcagjgr. no goo.l t.iail. I to hgref ullaltl. la ggm ill shop which has been the Martin woo.llau.1. I.i gcrr Itttltoui laml. J", Irvrl. I'Jn a. 'oi. ihghttv rulliiig. all umlrr dosed ior years. Igggr. has gnut arvrit ruttui t'ottagr, kimhI II. ii Andrew Lyons and sister, with baag norrh. gotHl llirrt room truant inji pilid ttpiiug ami kuring li.tu.t-lion., Frances of Louisville who have been AM laml il aoo.i. ttroog iirar rogMgagg. Mrs. Sue with their grandmother, linir.lonr .oil rash. t'oi'r f'.t.ntai gage in 't annual gejrnggggg, Miller for a week left h'riday for Irvington to visit their uncle, Mr. Jonas Lovns and Mrs. Lyons. H. S. larkson spent the week end good stable All improvements inK. He and sister, Mrs. L. A. C. here. as good as new. For prices and' Kemper are now at the Puritan. terms call or address. I. I). Seaton. Real K state Agent: Louisville for the winter. If intertsted in any of the above Mis. Mvlllr .Moot mall was alien gk.t ha trfcflil ih,, mmnlmnt named farm .all or address. to Louisville last week to sec her rgyggtgd ee StaTM J. D Seaton, "As agar ag I eouid aseke nut It brother. Raymond who was ill with Cloverport. Ky. ms 'We are ail astswaMa stogjsre.' gu. Cloverport, Ky. U i . 1 vv . p . . 4 C 'I". I W Williams Moorman was (.'. in in during the past week with intluenza and severe colds were Mr. K. M. Wedding, Mrs. J. I'roctor Keith and two daughters, Misses Katherine and Anna Elizabeth Keith, Mr. and Mrs. 'John Newton, Mr anil Mrs (jus May, Mrs Edward Gregory and two daugh-IterMargaret and I'.lizabeth. Gre hi. store. Louisville gory. s, last week l)r C II W itt did not go to Camp (ireen as reported last week W'e are still hoping he will he released as there is no other doctor here nor none closer than ten miles. Mrs. I). Ct Moorman of (ilen Dean and I'ierce Hardaway of Hewleyville spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. K. A. Strother. Mrs K S Howell left lsat week to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Lewig Jenkins near Louisville. Jeff Trent sold his uun near town Dowell. to Bernie Consideration $5,000 J. J. E. Doing Canteen Work. ... I t Morris Saturday. went went to to C Martin In a recent number of the Louisville Daily Herald were pictures of Louisville women who were doing canteen work at the Union Station in that city. Among these women is one from Breckinridge county, Mrs. H. II. Kemper who has been made Lieutenant in the service and who is nobly doing her part in making a soldiers life happy. Mrs. Kemper is taking a course preparatory to going to France. The canteen workers wear attractive uniforms in French blue and Louisville gray and their work consists mainly in preparing and serving the most Klmabeth-town- , appetizing lunches gratia to all the men in uniform who are in transit. nigi J''it.'',(,a. OCTOBER 23. 1918 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Meat for Armies Ordered America's big meat market had a large order today. It was send .'iimi.nun tons of meats and fats to nur soldiers and and the Allies and neutrals before July I ." Representatives nt Kin American packers got the message from Food Hooser; The order Administrator means an increase of over l.nou.ooo tons over last year's shipments, he said. Other supplies to be shipped will BWuUffl to S, 7 80,000 tons more than were delivered last year. Mr Hoover said. l Im CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE 3 HOW SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE Corp. Then we went to our new daylight that was waiting with a hot breakfast, over on the banks of the Kansas river There is lots of sand here and plenty of w ind, and when i they mis up times are tierce. We are having lots of rain here now home, ( ago Highest Prices For Tobacco If nrc sure. nir tobacco bum should urn tonight labor, would yotJ ItjfMC ;ill your llow lis to write you i policy covering jrotw tobacco iy:iius Pipe, of rift gnd Tornado, and tints ;i.siirc nrselt of "col- lecting regardless" for your labors. Wo can write policy tor year, and then when tobacco si, id you cm cancel and we will rebate on unearned vc.-tr- s i V I ARE TREATED t)uring Influenza Epidemic At Camp Taylor. War Work Agencies Busy. Rising to the UMfgMCJP of the inrlncna epidemic that has been spreading through Camp Zachary Taylor ancl in Louisville, the seven organizations composing the United War Work CamfCtftl in the midst of activities incident to the pushing of the campaign work, are individually and collectively rendering splendid service in quelling the epidemic and in administering to the comfort here. of soldiers and civilians. Mrs Walter Walker is VCTV ill III The V. M. C A. and the V. W. C. tins writing have joined forces at the camp A Oden Ten!' s who has been at at the hostess ( amp Tayl ir for the past ten month with headquarters house, where a group of secretaries is at home having been discharged from both organizations are working on account of bad health. day anil night lor the relatives of the Mrs. SttTC Da) of Short ( reek was sick soldiers who have been summon- the week end guest of her brother A marvellous Lank Fentress. ed to their bedside. working organization has been effectMr and Mrs Arlie Kskridge are ed and wives, mothers, fathers, and rejoicing over the arrival of a little sisters are being cared for and served. daughter. Sept. IS, The living room of the hostess house-iMr. and Mrs. T. .1. Springate and converted into a barrack for the daughters, and Mrs. C. C. Kskridge relatives of the sick soldiers every spent Sunday at Tousey the guest of night, and cots are placed on the Mr. and Mis. .1. R. Wilkers-m- . porches and in tents in the yard. Your correspondent with several Chaplains and volunteer hostesses arc-i- friends visited the Mozart Cave last constant attendance administrating week. comfort. Mr. and Mrs McKinley Allen are Working along the same lines is receiving congratulations over the the National Catholic War Council. arrival of a daughter. Mary Junedce. The secretaries in the various Knights W. R. Kskridge and Miss Dolly of Columbus buildings in the camp McKary ol near (. loverport were are serving in the base hospital tem- married at the bride's home last Wed porarily, and in response to an ur- ncstlay We wish theni much joy. nuns gent call tor nurses, were brought to the hospital by the these Sisters have organization, kttok i" been unremitting . ... i .i .i. ...Li:-- -. work Wlin ins skk Mrs Tjlfori, nanu.r. Owenshoro Ihe War Lamp y...... .m U vi.ltln. her .itfther. Mrs l.um F.sk has tJaced a number ol automobiles ridge who is ill. for the use of the can'ip. and one mi Miss Tlessie K Weatherford is the , oort.int piece oi work oi mis orgainz-- 'crusf nt her .unit. UUi Nannie Board .. n -ation in the midst of the epidemic of Garfield. is the publishing, and issuing to every Mrs C. II. Aldridgc and children soldier in the camp, a pocket primer ol BloommstOn. 111 are visiting rela On "Catching Diseasses," The primer lives here. is issued with the authority and full Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ireniify who of the proper authorities at approval have been at St it lit nil Mr some time Camp Taylor. The station matrons 'liave Veturneil home WOO, work al every railroad and street Miss Martin U.irned of Cartielri car terminal in the city are under the Ami v mi i v n th. ft Kill IV ! ar C amp Community supervision ot Moorman. Service and these stations matrons rUUod in Brow1l are the first to meet the relatives 0fH Thursday. who come the soldiers, and all g.rls. y (. ,.eiu.,lncl(1, into the city. RKmm Ik. earn. 'The Salvation A nn llll jus. " . . ing year. He will preach on the first sulf the camp Sunday afternoon of each month. relatives of the sick soldiers, and J. M. CrtUAl spent several days of Ensign Ludlow and other officers of last week in W est Point the Salvation Army are working day Miss llettie Alexander was the and night to give whatever aid possi- - 'guest ol her cousin. Miss lacie Alex , Die to me men ao w. .s Wednesday night -n tnere. on. " was the guest Mrs. F. R. Kobert been segregated as a warn lor visit- oi Rev. C. L Bruington and family nurses are ors who fall ill and two last week. constantly on duty. May I'ile and Virginia Misses l'avne were in Louisville on Inisi- - FALLS OF From Corp. Orie L. Kelm. Orie Kelm. a llreckinridge county soldier writes an interesting letter of his trip from Camp Taylor Addressing it to tamp Illusion. Corp to The llrerkeuridgc News. ROM is with the Headquarters Co.. Mtft, Field Artillery. I Diar "Id Hreckenridge News: now have the tune and pleasure to tell something of my new Western home in Camp Fiinston. Kans. will proceed to tell you First our trip from Camp l av lor. was told by our CapOne morning ROUGH tain that was I to be transferred in a few days, lint had already snielled happcti- a mouse the day before for thicnza t., to M working in the office where have several cases ol I I 1 amp I llusion Zachary Taylor is not what is by I ns and Camp haven't . s n fifty-eig- l4 HARNED - ' ' . saw a list of twelve names, mine included of course that made me feel shy. but couldn't ask any questions t home it is like this. "I'a what is to be done tomorrow r We want to get that hay in first thing son. and then you may go to town tomorrow Getting Ready To Go Across. afternoon." I'.ut listen you are in Sergt. Charlie Smile is a llreckinis ask no questions the Army now. it wait and see what is to be done So ridge county boy whose home is in He - now ill Camp Taylew. But we soldiers can never W est we did. lor expecting to leave most any time rest easy when we are up for a transHis sisters. Misses fer tor we are always anxious and of fir Overseas. Heva and Keltic Smiley were the fS disposition a wondering. tor our new home. So at daybreak. Ceipentl of this letter which follows: Dear llettie and lie. a: Will write Thursday morning Sergeant of Bat haven't had time tery blew the whistle of course we you girls toniglu have been moved knew what that meant, so we all fell to write this week We saw the Captian to a different part of the camp. out and lined up. pull a slip of paper out that looked ate getting ready to "Cross the so lie began calling the Pond." familiar Yam need not be surprised to hear names, second draw got me and in the We are am gone any time. meantime he got old Buckshot for that short my best pat. that made me feel drilling now from S:1S A M until I have been going good too. Captain says, "now hoys ., o'clock l M to officers Training School at night be ready to leave here within thirty have a section of my We began pitching what all week. minutes." few clothes we had in a sack, and own now sixteen men. I nave been almost dead with a were ready and waiting. Captain says, in boys." we snapped into it. Cold for a week, think I'm sbottl all "fall We are twice examined picked up onr sacks on our shoulder right now and started PSJ OM journey oi I miles every day. Lots of the hoys are sick to the railmad W V hadn't gone long with induensa. It is nothing more until our sacks begin to get heavy. than a bad cold unless you take pnCB- I did not write vou lull wi' couldn't ask any uucstions. monia w uu it When we had gone about I ujlsanythJBa 0O0l it knew you would be. I I I I got the military courtsey. An OflUcsr made the remark that they could tell we Kenliukiaiis where ever he saw us by our courtesy. Everything practically here has been thrown into artillery. We have vet, hut where we a small Infantry Kentnckians get scarred through we some snap are going to give tlu-n- i When we all vet lined mil on the target range. am reminded of when I was a small boy by the fireside popping com. only the popper seems to be hotter than the one I used )rie !.. Boat wishes to all. Corp. K elm I premium. Write for particulars. PAUL COMPTON & BRO. A GTS. General Insurance, Hardinsburg, Kentucky. j PUBLIC SALE! I I gsaaaaaaf w ill offer at Public Sale fWl THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31 At my farm in Holt. Ky.. All my Live Stock consisting of Horses, Mules. Milch Cows, Stock Cattle, Hojjs and Sheep. ALL MY STOCK ! IS GOOD JULIUS DUTSCHKE "TITOTi 1 i i . - GLEN DEAN Miss Gladys Smith of Spotsville. Ky., is the operator here while Krnest Kskridge is sick. E Hong w as called to South Rev. Carolina, last week on account of the death oi a sister Mrs. K. M RobCTtflM spent Sunday with Mc.s. W l li 001 ItIM in Hardin-sburMiss IJernie Wolf telegraph operator at Spottsville spent last Saturday here the guest of Miss Smith. The remains of Jim Willis were brought home from Cam) McCVtlian, Ala., last Friday and buried near here. The remains He died of pneumonia. were accompanied by I soldier. John Sebastilte whose home is near here. We pay from $2.00 to $.15.00 per set ken or not). We also pay actual value fur old (lolti. Silver tad Bridge-work- . DUmoruU, Snnl at once ly parcel post at.J receive cath liv eturn mail. OLD FALSE TEETH (broMAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Philiddphi. WE BUY Dept. X. SOOT So. 5 Hi St. P. L, ... r I Y loralCut Flowers. De gn, Willi Skrub t( flit lllkllltUl BM' BBgsyjflL.'' v 0V Iff I li Wisii I USUU bU., MM. I ii M will be here only oll get till for hell) as li we were llaugniorw every have been separated a short time, tiling was silent lor tth.uit in ssin, Itnon since when a course Btilhary voice sound- from all ihe boys came to caSM but most ol them are ed, "fall in hoys" so up with onr sacks Will Tatter on is in the and on to the railroad, there found here close says. same regiment with me. but not the train waiting for us. Conductor DOV wall in and tinil yourself at same P.attcry. How is nlj girl'' W mid like to home." we entered the car and I was greeted with joy when we found they see her before I go acn ss but guess can t lor we m't get S pass to town had provided S parlor ear for us so .ill have to stay there in a few minutes we started on our Don't think will be year, gue journey, over the Southern. R, R, more than that time ready to come hack h pulling US. engine No Everybody was talking, hollowing That will sure be some trip, hope and havntSJ a general good time es- Ml to visit all the old countries wi get liaik pecially at towns where all the peo- have lots to tell when meet us with that civil- Tell mania not to worry about me for ple came to I'm will come through alright. Now leaving ian smile and cheers. Your broth- Princeton, lad., here conies the por- - sending a service pin. Charl es. tcr pulling our beds down, what.er l oiter, yes sir so night already r "Heasty" Tucker Writes Home. cracked a lew jokes with the porter, 'This is the first letter received from and wen! to bed. Noxt morning a bout daybreak we could hear the old 1'vt Horace Tucker, heller known to Country rooster crow, of course some- his numerous friends as "Heasty." Re SI last week began since he arrived overseas. It is ad- thing new. Buckshot and to sire tell mir necks to see where we 'dressed to his sister. Miss Carrie Tucker is a 1st (. lass I'riv-bwere in. Tucker were. We found that makes ihe salary of a few miles ate altlto WoStern Illinois, just a account of his voca Last of St. Louis, so ii wasn't long 1st Lieut Farmers are busy and ww over in tion ol being a barber which lias provuntil we were across river scarce. There the Red Cross ed a valuable assest during his Army St. Louis. Homer Taul has been making girls met us at sunrise, they gave us hie. I molasses at Hud Morton's. Frank cigarettes, candy, matches etc. will drop you these Dear Sis It Brie key'l and Will Camp's ibis week. seemed as every body knew we were lines lo let you know I am well and Old Aunt tula I'ate died at her coining and were waiting to hand us able to druik all the wine these home here the tth and was buried the something. Preach will give MO. This is a line (ith at the Taul graveyard. Those here Now traveling through Missouri country and the people are great to 'This is a from a distance were her sun. Ilarned abool Missouri the American soldiers. always beard and wife of Owcusboro. Mr and Mrs but nothing good, but work and sleep in want to say beautiful plaCC, Henry l'ate. of Clnverport and Mrs. ais for Missouri they have got all my barber shop but its a line place AddtS l amp ol Louisville kinds of corn there, some fields were We are living ill houses now and it is Mrs lames M att ingly Gloil Dean black and ilirhly while other lields swell like this country much betalso saw ScotOM 'as' Saturday to visil her par- had been cleaned by grSSShopperS, ter than England ents, Mr and Mrs J, M Iteatty. nothing foil sen stems. Whoa we land it is a beautiful country. Mrs lames Matting'ly and mother. go! to Sedalia. we stopped there to Tell mother not to worry about me Mrs. J M Heatty went to l.ocust Itsatch onrsches. walked up through for I am sitting pretty and not work Hill and West View. W edncsilay SB town to the park There the girls ing very hard, guess you know that be the guest of Mrs. Heatty 's daughthat Hills and I will write had a big neat waiting for us kbO) Tell Davis and Mr Davis knew too we WSSTS coming. ters. Mis. We ate to him some of these nights for I ami Mr. and Mrs PWnis Smiley. ice cream and enjow il oursehes line. don't go down town very oiten. J. T. Heatty and wile ol ( aboil talking to the piety girls, who served Well I will close for this lime. Let were the guests of her brother. J. M. the cream, we only had one hour to me hear from you soon. Heasty. Heatty and Mrs. Ileam from Saw Address: fVt 1st CI II S Tucker l.i in lbs park, then went back 10 day till Tuesday. our car and wasn't long leaving HeVrs. Co, IM Infantry, V S. Army. Several from here went to llardius-burA. K. P., A P. O. No M Sedalia. "So it's now bed time last Monday it being Circuit said the porter, "but this will Court day. The Road to France. be a short night for you boys you J M licatty and J. K. Realty were will The roan to France is a long, long be at your destination about in Cloverport last week. midnight " That made us ieel better road; over the gray green sea it J. (i. Tucker sold his farm to Joe for we svere begming to feel tired. stretches away to a far. far la. id. it Moin.n for $1. .ill uu As it chafSo at one o'clock Saturday morning takes you away from ine J. M. Beatty and family left this they woke us up and told us to get es in its ceaseless play; as it tosses week for Haseville to be the guesU of drcitsed at once, we are at Camp I'un and lolls round the gallant ships with Mrs. Heatty t. niother. Mrs. Sarah ston. We crawled out at side of our its waves so cruel and gray ; but SjkS ions for a few day s car lined up so at lo call roll, to see rood to T rance is a glorious road where only the brave may go: W here that none was lost So Captain says, "fall in boys" and Rbertv sons with their starry Hag NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. we tailed down the dark road with will vanquish a hated foe; and the All parties who have not lisled,our sack on our siiouiuer oi course road from Trance will be gray and their property please see me or one we couldn't ask any questions, but glad when the sons of free return, of m deputies in their districts and walked and walked, finally we began and liberty lamps in the beautiful If all propi ty is to think Captain was taking us snipe West will bright through the ages do so at once .11, KI Hlls pro- - hunting, but we hadn't gone much burn. not listed before Written by Corp, Colbert Glasscock will llVv to see BIS in farther when we weie onlered lo set part) owners ottf sacks down, right there we fell Co. M. th iuf, Anirr Kxpcd. Force, Hardiosburg after tWat dale. (Signed) S. K. Wilson! Commissioner OS our sacks iu load and slept until France I . Captain said. "Halt!" We did toour.easy. JWU must write to me as soon as dropped those sacks and fell right on I I I I I F -- I Trousers Worth $6.00 Wilh All Suits and Overcoats: Tailored to Measure at $25.00, $27.50 and Up to $37.50 , l An Extra Pair of ew MnterhilH ill SIS.. hi to sj-.-i- El I - m O I iTtOi I "?m&rf , .,. l, Superior Woolen Mills 513 W. Market Louisville. I 1 rssi ta i I Ki torn 'a BEECH FORK s hie Mill )iu- 1K- - Black-Kmith- u- elling louse Shop and imbinctl ci Kv I er Fop Sale dsl il iyy ( ( li "i Horse-pow- Engine K P ll Use- in - or ( ist Mill All it tliest.- items are located in'Garfield I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Kv. I lis I I Hike To Heick's- - J FOR HARDWARE PERFECTION OIL HEATER coal shortage this Winter. A j You'll not have to worry about any child can light them. Easy to operate. Clean and odorless. The price is . WE PAY THE FREIGHT I . MAIL ORB R h MM PROMPT ATTENTION oDC 3 at 3 Ac AGENTS. F0I; TAlt LOCKS AMI Lttfijvill, Kent sac Btb SUSts HAIIWAU J I PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY OCTOBER 23, 1918 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. enslavement of civilians." It is human and very natural that most ment which IMS these being KY. WEDNESDAY, OCT. M, EIGHT PAGES. -- Subscription price $1.50 a year: 50c tor 4 months; ;c for t months. Business Locals 10c per line anrl 50 for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of ft per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. tttOSC who have suffered the ravtgVfl of war. should he eomerned ahont punishof thotf who are responsible for the war. hut the thing is concerning the world at large at presem it in sec that spoihltion and desolation which are acts of itihninaiiit curried on by our enemy, are abolished forever. And by that time if there is any one left to be punished, President ilson no doubt will he aide to od that satisfactory too, if he Kor the present let it he as Mr. W ilson would so desires, have it that righteousness come first. ( Three Points to Consider in the selection of tubscriber; do not throw NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: My of I'll E BRECKENRIDGE it When jroo have finished NEWS hand it to a friend away or destroy it. rders are being received now for engraved or printed Ask ti Christmas Cards at The Bftcketlridft News office. reading vour see our samples, who is not a Buy simple gifts, ho your Christmas shopping early. ind let them be in harmony with the spirit of the times. your bank! hirst Second Will My Monev Can I lie Safe? (iet It W hen I ant It After on the W VOU have bought all the bonds you can. sow begin ar Sav ing! Stamps again. W Third: Will My Hank lie Able And Willing HONOR ROLL OF vv Begin saving your dollars for the big Inch ci mic- - next month. ar Fund Drive To Give Me Need It? Financial Aid When I BRECKINRIDGE CO UNTY Lieut. Roy Evans Moorman Lewis Washington Hern dot VVilttatn Mridwell Corp. Henrj Byron Mall lames Durbtn, ON To-da- FARM AND STOCK. rhe US TOO antoniohile and the aeroplane, Over There. (by Mrs. I.. I! Gray. Kirk. Ky.) Oh, think of the boys Over There! They have crossed the wide ocean so deep. Many dear to our hearts Over There. Many down deep in Trench sod do sleep. W ith a capital and surplus of $07(100.00. conservatively managed by Directors who have been MCCCSSfal in their business affairs, this bank offers absolute safety and prompt and liberal service to evety THIS FOR depositor. The motorcycle, the rushing train. THE HONOR ROLL. s hover and btim- There. croon: Where the itimacc nod to the golden- - Many hearts are hungry Over There. rod Oh send them a message from home! Through the hue ol a sunny Kill It will brighten their pathway in life. afternoon, While in no Man's Land they do a; And the asters smile to the assers-hroam. Ami the friendly maples are droop-be- g Chorus. low; Over There, Over There. Imgy. prof y and Our dear ones are away Over An There. plain. Wounded too. got the blues. And a horse that is faithful, and old, Let us pray for our boys Over There! and slow! Let us help them their sorrows to 1.. If, I) O'Neil. Farm Journal. gave to the world a -- 011. whose life was not lived in vain. share. o Like the other boys whose 11 Stile a appear mi our Roll of Morgan Brothcrf of Stephcneport, They may be gone from us many long years. Honor, Lieut Roy Moorman was one of our best. W e mourn for purchased a very tine cow last week from Ivory Skinner tor $T.V This is Let us give all the money WS can give. him but in our mourning we solemnly renew our sacred vow It may help some dear boy to live. of duty to our fellow men. ami are Strengthened in our efforts said to be one of the finest cows in Chorus. the county. by thinking of his example. Over There, Over There. J. C. Dejemette of Hardinsbnrg, Our boys are lighting for you. Route :.' has MOO lb, of dark tobacco. Ov er There. ( )ver There. Over There. TEK KEER UV JIM he little poem given below was published in last week's 339 gallons of sorghum and IT acres They are lighting for the Red, White and Blue. iss;K- of The Outlook. It was written by Leigh Richmond of corn. Mr Delernette with only the valuable aasistancei of his son atMiner of the Hampton Institute, Va., an institution which is do- tended all ni his crop and it looks They have sailed on that dreadful old ship. ing somuctl tor the elevation of our colored race. The sentiment tine. 'Then write home. "We have of these lew line- - which are s, , well expressed in dialect form. " I). 11. Smith and Bttd Hoard of was only intensified by the illustration, a picture of an old On their lips still burns the farewell placed another name on Breckinridge there County's Honor Roll and as wt look at it. we think of the parents. Mr. and Mr-- . V. I. Moorman who have so courageously gfvetl a son in this great cause for humanity. They are grieved hut they are not alone in their grief nor in their giving for we as citizens of this county fel that WC too have given another son of our count) and we grieve, of course not - parents would. but as loyal friends, who appreciate to the very fullest what it meant for this young man to give up life and all that is dear, so that we. his friends might have it more abundantly. lie died as it best befits a man to die. giving life and all for his country and fellow men and knowing this, the parents even in their darkest hours, can reflect upon the thought that they y s The clanging trolley cars. brilliant lined ThcSC lor tlie speed-mamultitude. lint lor me a long lane, winding and white. d WE WANT TO SERVE YOU. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG HARDINSBURG, Where ble-he- dragon-Hie- Chorus. Over There. Over There. Oh. think of the boys Over There! They are lighting for you. Over & TRUST CO. KY. y We Have Just Begun to Fight When America goes to War, she goes to War TO if it takes every man and every dollar we've got but don't make the mistake of thinking that the War is already won. The Prussian Beast is torn, tired and bleeding, hut far from being crushed Our boys are fighting fighting like "Hell Hounds," according to the Hun himself and by the grace of God WINNING but they must have help, and it is up to YOU and US to HELP We must not fail them! WIN and we are going to win this War - safely-arrived- . black "mammy" sitting before lur old fashioned log tire place. Garfield, have fallen in line with the progressive fartncri of Breckinridge While we are not able to reproduce the picture, we publish the and each one has built a silo on his poem for its uniqueness. farm. prayer My bay Jim has 4MM Knur ,,vah lhaill. An' I'M .11 MSiM Vrl'' In pray fu' him. I ax yo' l.awl, will yo" uv .Inn? ' thm' know my liny I MtMM Jim. Dry's so many lilack linys tall 'n' slim. But IM gwtat t,ll o' l.au.l. you'll know LftWft, I kiss. Oi sweet-heart, tieali ii 1., Hi' i ID I), look KY. kn mini-- irlory ,' ilat sc. Ill Im.v has ih- ilat IO .1 111 li- - Kinjf kr In allall his trlory. Ha, I, in AmU MfM IikIii 4mm shine lat Mack hoy uv 'lollK MM, dear mother and wife. Chorus Over There. Over There. V 1!. I'ate has bought the Dave Our boys are away Over There. llenning farm near the farm which Over There. Over There, Over There, The llenning place Let us pray for our boys Over There. he recently sold. has lag acres and the consideration was fO.MO, LEND THE WAY THEY FIGHT BUY LIBERTY BONDS THE FARMERS BANK & KY. TRUST CO. sibility, and what better news cuukl we send to the boys Over There, than this "W e went over the to) on the Fourth Liberty Loan. Now drive back the mis so 111 C more." looks Hue Some of the early sowing o will hide a rabit. RtV. J. Duggins has agreeably surKu' rvah IMM llr (rin hi "( you'll hr IiWMM .oniruay, outin him, o prised his neighbors with his tobacco surprise' s' tek keer in Jim. Kl. I.ass.l. William Prank of Hardinsbnrg R crop which he raised on the Cody 2 sold Beard Bros. :i hogs for $101. ill). Cloverport over subscribed its quota of $4(0,000 Ill ..jj land near Hardinsbnrg. RtV. Dugj- , told Mm the weed could Igml mends Libert) I. nan Bonds before the time limit. Lou Obenchain of it is anzant has R lint be lalaail oil this hind hut h P what people can do when they set their minds and hearts to it. attempted the impossible anil was bought Melvin Brown's farm near Hardinsbnrg. It has '.iti acres and We are dccplv proud that our little city is awake to its respon- successful. brought sf l.roo Mr. Obenchain will him hy his Hut all yrK, cravM shaih ilat lil to Kill sion MM ilat Jim. HARDINSBURG, nit-- Just received a carload of the W, Harrington has bought the T'retl Jolly farm on the Hardinsbnrg It consists of fgg acres and Pike. Isold for $7,S0a The L. H. A St L. K R, simp., employs men all of o Whom subscribed for Kourth Liberty Loan Bond Thcv sub-- ' Raymond Dowcll is preparing to l,tw h"M OH 'he lot in Hanl- scribed through our local bank $90,000 worth e sides taking! iusburg which he recently purchased .. s bonds through the Railroad Company una s e .m ,i lei from M I). Beard. Mr. Howell al- .Mechanic Kerry feels an unusual sen e oi pride in liavnm a .i ,a.ri:,i ,, ,t... 100 per cent fourth .iberty .ot tanner which will represent ready to build the foundation. I 'move about January o I, ISlt. Lura Critcbeloe has sold his farm of '.' acres located near Axtel. to Ova Brown for ft,M0 and will give possession the first of the year. RARBITS' EARS NOT HANDLES Belief That Seems Commonly Accepted It Incorrect, According to Writer in Boy Scouts' Magazine. Some panpie Mem to think thai he- WMS rnbliits' fins urn so Inny It 1m a gDOg reiisiiii In MM the s liitnille. nays Harry Uiegfiiig in Bay' Ufa, the Bay Scouts' MiiiL'ir.inn. They have kali SM that "tin- - mother nibblt enr- rlag her yueaag gnmg by the aataf i have hud n peattytgoog opportunity . in ahasrve ueh u leat, but i have Mf seaa each s parformauee. it la nil right to hold them by the ears, hut I ulways put By hgai or under IhsUf hind MgS tn lift them up, and than I knew I inn imt hurting I hem. One peculiarity I Inive always no- Head about rahhita is their uppnreiit hiek of clear vision. If ynu w ill aoetCS Nkahl eyes, you will nee that they aeamaiy, if avee, gearo the ejehall to Innk up nr gawa nr ut either side, gg ' a eat dues. Ynu can't tell when they me tniiKing uii'i'cii.v at ynu us you can with u cut. If ynu theam u saifel tS them, they will not sight h und go directly to It, hut will smell uhnut with gggg to the grnund till they tlnd It. mid they may go six inches piiKt It a few ttmel before they strike Ut I'uf a ruhblt on u chair, tulile or box. and he will go eurefully to the edge, leaning his heutt over uud seemingly wondering how far he la from Hie ground, when us cat would thluk nothing of spunking down from aueti a height. m-v- Farm Wagons We have different kinds to select from and Our Prices are Right. We pay the freight to your nearest railroad station. ii. 1' iv alt v ni the shop men . t. sill- - u ,i news nil Winter egg laving articles are 7 res ;arl to a recent hi ... vj.Muse iepai tiiieiu linu which sav: .... Nii.urii u mc i, "A fashion shOU ill Ullle with economy was re- - of Agriculture and they are simple Ceiltly held ill Allegatl CountV, Mich., under the direction of Snd easily understood also very valn- October is the month to get the leader of that locality. This show-wa- able ready for the winter housing of all in connection with the county fair. given Instead of live stock. -uauai .ii i,isiiioii uiapMya, creations irom fans 0 ork. the gtTiS wore niale-oveor New Walt Mason says, "1 never knew a gOWttl constructed; from optisinitic garments." And even this is nothing new "la" S'"K "r wear a .Mime. Ullen going out ononis to UIK el' t ie sllll to tile women In ks ill ,,i.,ii,m.,..Ii.,I,I I 1 1 .... Tl. ),i, ,ri in, in ,,i ., la-lm V... i..,,l i. 11 v Ke.nl m this isue of HdgJS News the eight . The Brecken-etaential- e tor s.- . war-tim- e Composition Rubber Rooting, Flooring, Red Cedar Shingles, House Paint, Roof Paint, Ceiling, Sheeting Write for prices. Send Cash With Order. home-demonstrat- ion s iiiii .i- I r out-of-da- tni - E Incorporated JAKE this year. Mrs unman 'ot olllv' did llift'ie.'itiv rniiiie.. in it Lot tl... ..Ii;,., ""v" says her six months old pullet, have jubilant with enthusiasm and praise tor the stand which Mr. hag laying tiready, aeiMg ,, W ilson took he Loudon pre-- - Considered Ills mgSSagC a 'weeks earlier this vear than last She master-piec- e account for this early laying owing while France was unlimited in it- - praise. ,,u' ,,u'e1 ' ar J tl the comments, we noticed that there wa- - but one "' . . ...l epie-se- u i auv icyrei- - amii mat. come Horn ihe .on W, I'arks Barred IMynioiith Rock- iuei who guai anteed to lay. don Lveuinj4 Standard which declared m complete accord with President Wilson's reply ami continues Frank Rupgert, Hardiusburg reis the righl WDtt. Our onlj regret - thai there is no reference to punish- - ,ur"d Monday from a butinem trip Mini for the German rulers who are rgsponsihk for the war in1" the hr-- t place, ami for the a.toc.t.e- - at ea, the burning and Bfilrd Brother..ve KS acres of bjotinx of viUiages, the brutal treatment of prisoners and the wheat sown and up, good :and and I J i . mere ha- - never liceu a written i.n m one of anv va-- i importance, which ha- - been met with an ttn- Mri Harrj J Ham man of Clover iversal approval more thoroughly than wa Presidents Wilson's ,)"rt w'' 's 'pecialiiiali on poultry reply to the Germans m MSWef to their latest peace term- - i. using Uds bad unusual luck with her pullets 1. me-.-a-- Perha bring pile." a load of stove wood from the Mill COMPANY KENTUCKY 'e i WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, - DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... , I lf - DENTIST Ofllci Hours: StSftft,, A way Id ofilt e duriu ufflcv hour I IrtliftM, Kj. -- There Is Something In The Want Column Of Interest To You OCTOBER 23. 1918 The Breckenridge News THE BREC KEN RIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY home in Chicago last week where she will remain during Corp I irtcr's in PAGE :. .,!- 5 Wednesday, oct. m. mn stay France. FARM ANIMALS FORAGE CROP IS IMPORTANT tm-n- - i i Classified NOTE iCMrr AdwiseniMts Elltrrril at tlir Post Oflior at Clovrriort, Kv a arcoml class matter. I'orter Atvood of ll.irdinshurg. Route No. was in this city Monday !ttnr htn Hac notify I thelicnntimiril. fjtfwftta Mint Hosiery News :HIS OAPFR REPRESENTCD FOR FOREIGN and was in The Mreckenridge ADVERTISING BY THE office renewing his subscription Mrs Land Crahtree and Mrs. An- l. nal.liasr, nie Muff of Owenslioro were lie week Essential for Succersful snd EconomKtig s.M.K rtMsaaga bg GENERAL OFriCES ical Production of Pork Crops t'liina gBll SIhI i bssffl o mo.itlis ot.l end guests of their niece. Mrs lames' NEW YORK AND CHICAGO i iv ii WtTlsntngtaa. m..niiis ,,i,i iiiit. for Many Sections. Hsftllnthers, Ky. RANCHES IN ALL THF PRINCIPAL CITIFS iSahlte and Mr Sahlie gOB S.M.K. in;. Isrsi roatatsHig ISS s tlio United Plates Departs Mr and Mrs. H E. Maxwell of (PreparedKy.. OS tlir I. l.ocHhsrS, one mil.- Wist iif Agriculture.) RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- Coney. Pa. are visiting II. 4 :. I. R. R liout gt cm nf Loiioin relatives and! The BBNMPfBl and economical pfa Until, :ill arr, s pi NriKsls MENTS K. fnrihur at friemL in the county. Mr Maxwell! dectkm of pork depends la a large Oculars, a.l.lr. s li.m Mlltrr, BakrfnVU, t'al $ 2 .VI ami City OSUlS For Beats i. Bea M aseaarare bbmi gm.ii pefBaweefl pa $ 8 ini is For County Offices forman of Coney Chair Co. For State ami Dlttrkt Opcel $I."iiki COB SMI TMTty lir .toek SWS, Most tBrea supplement el by other forage 10 For Calls, per line all yotitia W ill s, It all or part to suit tlir Mrs K A Kissain of Somerset. ciops. 'Tin ti should i n bb averaia 10 For i'artls. per line liuyrr. fall on or SlMfSSS W, I.. Rolirrtson. For all Publications In tlir interest o( jKy.. who is visiting her mother, Mrs one acre of pertnanenl paatnre for eni h I 'ii ion Star. Ky. irulividual or expression of individI rood sow kept. Qreen forage Is litual views, per' line .10 J, H. Mainly of Stephensporl. was the TllR s.M R niarr. 7 yrars sMm week-enI! guest of Mrs. anitnal. (tors all the Polk tle more tbiiii n BMlnteaanee ration, IBjl Mah, Kinr Vmks any when (Juiney Wesstey. sails. sad if rnpid gains are desired boga Wcfestor, Ky. jof this city. Train Schedule on of shnotd bare n liberal allowance The T.dison 'honograph. the plain Growing forage crops and graz- :l BOB sai.k PsB l.lo..,i,, ft re Sob mar.-bSTSS, years o, Mall est talking machine on the market era la. H. & liars ol.l ing tin in on' is ii good method of li.io.l SlSStWi in sirs work any Iutc C, W. These can be bought on installment lacking in aegantc mat-ta- Bsbblsi. IrvhsBtea, Ky. Rotttr No 2. soils plan at Fordsville Plaining Mill Com Effective July 1st, 1918 Wanted Miscellaneous Write, at once for price. ipany. Kinds of eropei (a) For Iha cottnc BAST BOUND : A No. 142 will leave Cloverport Mr and Mrs C L Tulle of Jnnes- - bell Iterniuila, hur clover, while clover I'OU.KCTIONS KAllRiiAli CLAIMS 10:19 V Arriving Irvinglm) railroa Is for loss Bl SSImMv w ho boro. Ark have heen visiting nnil Lrspedesu make gond pemanenl a 0,1 il.lri.iK' ,'laitnsImBht 12:20 P, Arriving Louisville o ailjtlst JliSSMfll MS pnstnrea, 'These shonld be snpple-mente- d claims lot llilppsfS, an. mast- coll.clioiw Cloverport No. 144 will leave I enn., in Nashville. and Cincinnati, 0 IK) I'. Arriving Irvington by email grahM mui rape fnf Write- us what you hair. Louisville t'laini T:M P. Arriving I.ouisvillr are now guests of his parents. Mr. winter, erlmann clover and retch for Coaiasny, Ists Bsathern BMs., I.ouisvill. 5:18 A. No. 140 will leave Cloverport Ky. and Mrs. Toll in Wauislev. O 0:07 A. Irvington Arriving spring, eowpeaa aad sorghuia for ram t :ji a. Arriving Louisville Mr and Mrs Henry Wcndclkin BNhT, corn with soy Imi. lis. Velvet binns No 14H leavees Henderson Ii IHI P. i Arrives Owenslioro left Wednesday evening for Hender or peanuts tor fall, (b) l'or the 0:20 IV Arrivea Shor- and middle Atlantic atntea, Inrlud-in- g son to visit their son, Mr. WalBOUND WEST the Moograaa regtms, bine grass ter W cndclkin ami Mrs. Wendelkin MM No. 141 will leave Cloverport 12:01 P. should be used largely for permanent Arriving Owensboro for an indefinite stay. IB:M V. Arriving Henderson pasture. It should be supplemented :2.r. 1'. Arriving Evansville Mrs. ('. S. Lamb who left here last by rye fur w inter, rape for spring, ri d Located permanently in Hardinshiirg. 7 :40 P. S. Louis Arriving i; in i' No. 14:t will leave Cloverport Wednesday stopped in Evansville and i lover fur spriBg and bbbubct, corn I Occupying office recently vacated by 7 :0.- P. Arriving Hawesville ) Dr. Walker. S :l7 1'. Rockport, lnd to visit friends before with soy beans and rape for full. Arriving Owenslioro 11 :M P. No. 145 will leave Cloverport returning to her home in Jonesboro, Km- tba Nortinrn and Ka stern stntas 12:JS A. Arriving Owensboro blue tri nss or n iltop provides pertna 4(1 A. Arriving Henderson. Ark. 2 :07 A. Arriving Evansville neni pasture, Bupplementary gfuaing n 7:.-.A. S. St. Louis N.. should be Arriving James Skilhuan of the U. tarnished by ouis nun pens 0 :B0 A. No. 147 will leave Shops Great Lakes Training Station has for sprint:, rape and red lover for S:00 A. Arriving Owensboro ... 11:15 A. Arriving Henderson been spending his lirst fttrloogh with anrnmer, and early Hi id corn for full, We read ill the papers that Rev. Mrs Hardin oi (tl) for the West graaing i furnished his grand-mothe-r, Insurance, Holt and with relatives in Govern rti by alfalfa and corn. Corn should be Donald Granl former pastor oi the V. G. Babbage, Law, iLacile .Memorial church conducted "hogged down." Miss l'.etilah M. Walls is visiting Mr and Mrs. J. M. Loesir of Loufuneral services oi the .'nil bodies that tliis week. isville spent the week-enwith Mr. relatives in Sttphtlttporl SHIPPING SWIME IN SUMMER were washed upon the Scotch coast Miss Nannie Cohen ami Miss Klla and Mrs. Frank Ferry. Mrs. I.ocser after the l'or. into had been wrecked Smith spent Thursday in Louisville. will remain here through the week. Hot Weather Precautions to Prevent 'The last we heard front Mr. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Jonny George spent Mr I.ocser returned Monday. Loss of Important Part of Nahe said, "some day you will hear of in Irvington Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uattingly have tion's Meat Supply. Una being in Scotland." visiting relatives. returned home from an extended visit Mr. and Mrs. Black and daughter, (Preinrel by the Vtrte.l HIm'cs iHpart-men- t Miss Cecil Smith ol Chicago, is the in Kansas with Mrs. Maltingly's broMiss Sallie Black of Derby, hid. re of Agriculture.) guest ol her parents. Mr. and Mrs. thers. Dr. K. C. McDonald and Rev, Every bog Hint Is killed In trtitisi; turned home lirst of last week alter ijouet McDonald. due to overcrowding or mishandling attending the funeral of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Worden. Mrs Sallie Heard of Mardinsburg. BSeaas u loss, ul present prl. es, of prnh-abl- John Black and remaining for a day Tinker lias returned from Mike g shipper its or two with his hrother. Mr Kenaccepted a position here has received notice of the arrival over Bran more tlu:n $BQ Paducah and us n waste of meat Beaded by the nedy Lieut. Franklin seas of her son. 1st Batch and Mrs Itlack. St. 1.. R. H with the I.. H Batlon, Mortality in traaall or after is with the 138th Field All of the members of Mr. Garfield Wanted A copy of The Brecksfl-ridg- e Heard who arrival t the central markal caa he leawned greatly In hot weather by the Burden's family are better, lie was News dated Oct. B, IBM. Jno. Artillery. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Taul and daugh- practice of the following simple pra the last one to he reported sick and L Babbag. have moved into emit ions on the part of shippers and is improving Mrs. Lizzie Adkins of New Castle. ter, Miss Irene Taul Mr. and Mrs Mike Hendrickson their new home which they recently dealers : Wyoming is the guest of relatives at 1. When le itro very hot, daring and Mrs. Hilary Hardin motored to purchased from Mr Henry WendelSample. or niter u drive, never pour cold water the country last week to see Mis kin. over their BBCfca, Mr. A. R. Flf hef who is confined 10 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Veager are j. r.eioie loading, rlean out each ear Hardin's sisters. Misses Maggie and his home on account of illness is here from Nashville where Mr. Vea- ami bed it with sand which, during dry, Lilly McGavock grtatly missed by hit circle of friends. Mi Goldl Wethlngtoil moved his ger has heen employed as a carpenter hot Weather should he wetted down Mrs. Wilson l)ais of liamed has doing government work. Hoga in transit duriag Iha store the later part of last week into They will thoroughly, nighl only are not so likely to he lost tlie Tall house where he will also received word that her hrother, Klmer return to Nashville Thursday. from overheating as are the animals live. Sharp has landed safely in Trance. Mr. Mical Moser lias returned to Mrs. S. Lamb after a month's visit Mrs. Mary Wilson of Louisville, his home in Evansville after spending shipped in tba daytime. With day ship in bjot weather it is highly ad- to bar parents, Mr, and Mis Henry recently moved to ill I So. Walnut two weeks with his daughter, Mrs. minis has visable to suspend burlap sacks of lee Tatf has returned to her home Bloomington. lnd. Win. llot'lious and Mr Hoffious. The from the MiHng in various parts of the Jonesboro, Ark. W hile here she visKddyville is former accompanied him to Owens-Mrs. K. G, Bannon of ited relatives in Tobinsport, lnd. guest of her daughter. Mrs. Joe boro. the Miss Irene Taul is home from Sawyer. J. Sawyer and Mr Miss France! Rhodes of Chicago, Owenslioro. where she attended a K. Williams was in Stephens-port- . was the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. Mrs. business school. visiting her sister. S. Crew s and Mrs. Crews from Sun-Thursday Mr Joe Getting has moved into the ami brother, Mr. nay until .Monday wnue enroute lor Claycomh Miss house vacated by Mr Leu Taul. Clay comb, la few weeks visit to her parents. Mr. Mrs. T'.liza Mattingly received a 1.. Rhodes of Mc Fordsville Plaining Mill Company and Mrs. Ii message last week saying that her has Bar bad Wire in stock, ready for Daniels. grandson, Edmon Mattingly had died prompt shipment. First come. Iirst of infhtanaa in a ronton mem in MissMr John T". Jarhoe of Camp Tayserved. lor and Mrs. Jarhoe- of Louisville ouri He was the son of Lewis ami Mrs Mattingly. (nee) Miss Christine Mrs. Allen Pierce and children have arrived Saturday and were guests of Cooper formerly of Cloverport. gone to Louisville to join Mr I'ierce Mr. Jarhoe's parents. Mr ami Mrs. Rev, P. ll Canar) ami Mrs Canary where they will make their future J. C. Jarhoe. Mr larboe returned Sunday anl Mrs. Jarhoe remained for oi W est Virginia, are here the guests home. oi his parents, Mr ami Mis p, II Mrs. H. C.Tate was called to Smith a visit. , Canary. daughter, H Mr and Mrs Charles Kahrich Grove. Sunday, to see her Mrs. G. R. McCoy who is ill with of North Madison, lnd. l'riv Prank RUNS HER OWN CANTEEN fayne of Camp Taylor and Marvin influenza. '. Hades, 1'ayne of Mitchell. S. D., all came to The friends of Mr. K. Woman Reaches Goodies With Pole to who has been at home during the their former home in Hardinilpirg, Passing Troops. past week on account of illness, will last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Scott I.ee, an aged negro womtheir father, Lewis Payne, Hogs at End of Their Journey to Marbe glad to know he is improving. an at Ashlahula, ., is happy hecaust ket Do Not Run Riskr, by OverMis Barl Paraoa who has heen she has found a way at lust to cheei of Washington, HolVious Klmer crowding During Any Part of This the soldiers on their way as they puss lnd.. has btaa spending several days spending several weeks with her parTrip. through here en route from cuiap to with his parents. Mi. and Mis. Win ents. Mr. and Mis Nat Tucker left Tuesday for Huston. Mass. where she car in order to rcdine ihe tempera tare coast for overseas service. HoAOBl returned Friday. .Mrs. I.ee, who lives near a railroad daughter of will join Leiut. I'arson. who has just and, Incidentally, lO sprinkle the an- - truck, looked wisi fully at the troop Miss Martha' Kola-its- . from the been graduated T'oiirth imals with eool water. The lee soineMrs P, W Roberts of Tulsa, Okla., hies is placed III sin ks on Iho Hour, trains us they sped through, wonder Training School as a .'nil Orlicers who has been ill with typhoid fever inn the sal ma la an- - likely to pile aad lug If there wus any way In whieh she Lieutenant and sent to Camp DevSnS is rapidly improving. CroBfd around the cakes so that only could make the long trip more pleasant fur the men. Itul the trains went e Usaaa close bs tba baa are baBnftted. Mr Chas IS Skillmaii of Morgan-liABOUT ALL SHE KNE'.V 'Tile ice slioulil lie siilllelent to last to through so fust she almost despaired last Wednesday to id motored here uutll she tinally hi upon n SCBaSM ihe ilsatlaatloa spend several days with his parents. She got a .1. I in not overload. Crowding BOgg that works to perfuctlou. Mi ami Mrs. A. T. Skilhuan. In a ear dBHBg warni weather is u long pole, und to it Aw fastens bundles of magazines ami lunches, am um the Mrs Isarel Holder who has been nrollAe source of aiurtallty. trains whiz past she siamls on tin 4. The feeding of corn, beenBee or seriously ill with asthma for three Its heating effect, before and BarlBg station platform and reaches her gifts weeks al her home in the West End, shipment in kol waathaa, shoald )e re- to the men as they lean from the cut is convalescing. w Indowa, duced ton minimum. OotS are pii lei- Mis Floyd t arter returned to her ssary. a gndB feed is at bbIb wiieie The maximum lUuluteBBBCa iispiire-Iiien- l BROTHERS WERE STRANGERS of aOgf in transit lor 'J4 hours is one pound of grain u hundiedw eight Served Together on One Ship Without or approximately three baaisaai of Knowing It. corn lo ii ear. In the pits) tlioiisands KeujHndu 1.. Marl lit, Jr., of the Cullof bushels of corn have heen wasted ed Stutes murine corps, und Ids broth-MJstopped my its "Yes, in live sloek curs. Kdwurd V. Martin, water tender, A perfectly good uatch." both of the United 8tutes steamship watch will stop once in Nsed of Wool and Mutton. Arkunsas, traveled on the oeeuu The general need of Inereased pro- aliourd the same ship for nine months and we can't underwool, together neither knowing that the other wus duction of incut ami stand why it does but a good Willi ihelr high values, lias given sheep u In lard. watch repairer can might raising a new appeal to Die older fn rulTbe boys met recently when they See soon tell you. ing ureus. were leaving the ship at the auiue time Her Father (.'iiriye, Mr. Slivhoy THOS. ODEWALT to go on s furlough. bus been culling on you regularly Cleanliness Psys Dividsnds. The brothers hud not seen each other RAILROAD WATCH INSPBCTOR twice a week for the hist yeur. Do In feeding ilulry inlven rliaullnen for nine years prior to lioitrdlua the yoa know ahal me Ids illiaBttaUBl KV. CLOVEBPOBT. pays big dividends lu Ihe heullll oi the Arktinsus one as a marine and one Carrye To on culling, I guess. snl amis. aa a sailor, letafsa. on Jno Kitr anil . ' UawnsaBf, FOR SALE II IR S.M.I Sfl. n.li.l k- - I rrmm lUrtlina. ernlrally trrnis ritr or rail t'lnvrrvort, Ky. 1 felh&llaj. lilitllfe 'i"'i . d I sail-ll- The L, St. L R'y. . !1 . . I . hoac thai will wear and gvyc pcrfeci Mtiafactktti in every detail, try a pair of tin- Faniotfa Black i at rtoae, known the world over. Wo have them in all sios (or nu n women and children Note onr iriccs. a paiy . It yew arahM 'i een-irn- Dr. J. C. 0VERBY DENTIST Men's Hose 25c, SOc, 75c and $1. brown. Prices 40c, 1 and Colors, black, white, gray and brown. Prices Ladies' Hose Colors, black, white and SOc, 75c and $1. Children's Hose-Co- lors black, white, gray and brown. Prices 25c. 50c, 75c $1. -i J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT. KY. THRIFT STAMPS . 1 . HILL ITEMS BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS AND FIRST AERIAL MAIL IN 1803 To President Jefferson Really Belongs the Honor of Instituting Something New in Message Line. While all unite In praise of Postmaster Oeneral Itnrleaon in inaugurating an aerial mall service helweeit Hew York and Washington, American should not mil lie the mistake of crediting the present sdmtnlntrattoB with tlie lirst aerial mull service Between the two cities. As a natter of fact, that honor falls to ihe sdmlnl St rfltfot of Thomas Jefferson more than n hundred years ago it all attended the transmit Ion of the deeds of Ihe Louisiana purchase to Prance. Mr. Jefferson, of course, was very anxious shoot the matter, anil after the deeds hud heen sent from lo Paris, and the time hud come when the vessel hearing the signed deeds hack to this country was due. Mr. Jefferson, unahle to Withhold impatience, sent some currier pigeons to New York to be held until the vessel Hilled and then released, hearing word of the fact of their arrival. This rdlngly the first was ilone, and a serial mail service ilates hack not to this spring hut to the year lNIKi. Wash-IngfOB t. y us useless it the vermiform appendix. Why slioulil a man have five pockets In his trousers, six !" his vest, and the saiiie number in hi coal? I.eglslntlon has put the pistol pocket out of business, and from southern stHtes the tlnsk has vanished. Kxeept for decorative purposes woman rarely ha more than one pocket In her gown, and in most cases none. There are religious sects which llhhor pockets and even hllttoiis, yet they seem to prosper Three nntstde emit pocket I the nnmhef set forth in the new request, which Is a very moderate demund. What we slioulil all do is to help fill Uncle Sinn's one liig pocket so that he can wallop the kaiser in the quickest possible time. Philadelphia Evening Telegraph. Design Frust'ated. "Pardon me for referring to the ter. Qlltheraby, hut you borrowed BMBe many pockets mat,f."K) i .1 1 Pockets for the Government. The movement of the government Inward a conservation of wool through the curtailment of masculine pockets thngld not he greatly disturbing. I'.conniny and the trend of times now from me some lime ago." "Ity Jove, so I ilid." "Kr lust at present I'm " "And I want to take this opportunity to tell you, Dobwalte, I hut I have to I don't l "ow bow many of our friends ninl aeipiiiintiiiu es that you are the biggest hearted, must considerate fellow I ever knew the kind of man who would le, people owe him money for years rulher than hurt their feelings by asking them for it. Klue dny, Isn't It?" t "Pretty fair, (iuess I'll toddle along." id. Birmingham Age-Her- V: Christmas Cards Ik- - I simpler the Chrintntas present ilii- - year lie appreciated the more it is going ! by all good patriot. VV'hal can you Stopped? suggeal thai would be ntorc appropriate fur remembering your (riendi than an attractive Chriatmaa card which hai you individually? been selected We have jul received in our office new sample ol engraved Chriatntai cards These are made enclosed in envelopes. by special nl'r ami the customer may use his or her nun engraved usitino We ;'ls, have card plate it desired. printed cards. samples show these samples b shall he pleased t in all who iifi' interested in sending Orders should be Christmas cards. placed before December 1st. l ! i THE BK EC KEN RIDGE NEWS Print Shop CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. kt-e- Breckenridge News "Want Ads" bring quick result. PAGE 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY OCTOBER 23, 1918 WOODLOT PROVIDES WINDBREAK AND SUPPLY OF FIREWOOD, FENCE POSTS AND LUMBER Two Safe Place9 to Put Your Money BRECKIN RIDGE-BANand FOURTH A. B. SKILLMAN, CABBAGE WORM MOST DESTRUCTIVE ENEMY Spraying Is Effective Remedy in Combating Tr'.s Pest. K OF CLOVERPORT LIBERTY LOAN BONDS RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting MOTHERS President ALWAYS NEED OF Cashier How Woman With Childless Home May Make Herself Blessed and Find Happiness. The proper eare of n child is for the pollution (rood. It Is n woman's task to rear the child. How ever food and well meaning, no mnn can bring that home asaSSJ to g child that Its little hcurt yearns for. A ragged, dirty, poverty-strickechild Is a blot upon humanity. If the child comes Into the world In an environment where squalor prevails it or Is a concern of the community, should he, that II young life exists there and measures should he taken to Improve the condition of the child. The world has need of mothers, of mother hearted women. Woman can never rise to more glorious height! than those of motherhood, kfodesta Hannl! .Ionian writes in Humanitarian. In the wider sphere opening for wom en the most Important, the most consequential of all tusks that she may "turn her hand to," nre the tasks that will bring about better housing, feeding, education and what influences may he brought to hear upon his fating mind; how he grOW I to good citizenship, how he comes to recognize his d title! and responsibilities to his fellow men. And If there is a childless homo the woman cannot brine u greater blessing or a greater happiness to herself than by opening its doors and at the same time her heart to some child without a tnotheF. i n Not Only Is a Farm Timber btand a Source of Fuel, but It Shelters the Farmstead From the Prevailing Winter Winds. by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Tree-snnl shrnbl ebotjl the bMM MM farmstead nol only ImNN Ike nine irf the propert hut miike conditions pleaxnntcr nnd inure healthful. A limited anHianl of plnntlnj nmy be BMW, therefore, fur corn fori alone Irrespective nf Other return. Where n COnside ruhle plantation Is contemplated, however, it is essential to grown know whnt material ni.iy economically and the uses to which It my he put. On the average farm in the plains region the first effort in planting Is to provide u email grove plantation which "Hi protect the building! from severe winds und furnish shade for renter comfort of hoth man and Rometimee when each n bus been established the owner tries to iniile ii fnrnlah u supply of material for use on the farm. This Is a mistake, for If u bell of trees I protection planted primarily as agalnat the wind the pruning and of mnch large Bsaterlal may lessen or even destroy Its protective i wind-brea- 1 USES FOR DIFFERENT I DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders, FOWLS Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of (Prepared value. ,.The years Value of Plantation. value of u plantation, other llnTn !i windbreak, on the farm lies in Its nbtlltj to furnish fuel, postal and a limited amount of lumber and repair material. Within ii very few after planting the plantation will need to he pruned and the prtin- pg wi'i (ornlsh considerable fuel, upon the slie of (he piot, If pood eare is given the trees they will develop rapidly anil some thinning will have to he dune to prevent harmful Crowding. The material thtls removed will contribute materially to the upkeep id' the farm hy furnishing posts ami stakes. When the plantation Is still older more valuable material may he harvested. Small timbers for building construction, poles also tool handles, for Implements, neekyokes. eveners, whlnletreee and. in favorable situations, a limited amount of lumber is provided at home as needed. Throughout the plains region there is a marked scarcity of Umber which will produce even a fair grade of lumber and this fact ahouM he talon into account wben apeclei are nalect-efor planting. When a large planta- maximum iimount of body material and to arrange them so as to derive the greatest hem-titSecure Best Results. In windbreak planting the best results usually tire seemed when the shortest trees are placed on the side facing the wind, so that a Sloping face are is presented and the air deflected upward. These short trees should have low branching habits and dense foliage, In order that they may offer as much hindrance to the passage of air currents close In the ground as s possible. The Russian olive Is probably the best for this. Not Infrequently, when complaints are made ot the reputed Ineffectiveness nf windbreaks It develops upon examination that the planter has either used unsuitable species and given them poor care or has failed to establish belts of SUfaVleal width. Spcies for Northern Region. The northern half of the plains which Includes the eastern portion of Montana. Wyoming and Colorado and the western portions of the Dnkotaa and Nebraska. Is characterized hy lower temperatures, pea Tier precipitation, and n shorter growing season than the southern half. The species it mrnended tVXltUV! Btich" berry, honey lociist, while elm, cotton-V.ootiariow-lea- f Cottonwood, while poplar, white willow, diamond wl'brv, Russian olive, buffalo berry, Siberian pea tree, Jack pine, yellow pine. Species for Southern Rerjlon. recommended for All the species the northern portion of the plains ra gioa may he planted In the SO Sjt hem portion, which Includes southeastern Colorado, western Kansas olid Oklahoma and northers Texas, and on account of the more moderate temperatures It is possible to extend the list. The following additional species are recommended ' Itox eider, greefj ash black locust, red cedar, Chinese arbor vitae. Specific Information on these - published In runners' Bulletin copy of w hich can he oh No. Sss, talned by applying to the United Rtates department of agriculture, Washington I C. give the . we-ti-r- n spo-eie- s established oire should ho Community Action Is Desirable Wher taken to put out stub trees us will ever Related Crops Are Grown tlon Is Poultry, Other Thsn Chickens, Hsve Important Place in Increasing Needed Food Supply. Breckinridge County Leave Few PoisExtensively oned Stalks for Traps. ' charter member oi the Bachelors hai turned out an eighteen acre field of that! a beautiDid you know we had a queen in ful Jersey red We warned Charlie dbverport? What, a queen in the ii lie didn't have in ten days he ksndPol the free and the home ot the would he hied out of the club. Chas. Her name is Miss brave? Ves siree Lizzie Skillman. It you don'l think tayi Mul don't say anything about she is some ruler try to net by with this hut the girls are all alter me now lbs, of sugar without a ill we didn't think (harlis was joking twenty-liv- e pitrinit from her She is known as we would turn out our patch of We are about W hen she is not broom sage by gravy the Sugar Oncer, busy writing permits he it- and to loo--- .- another one oi the club memHi- - name is Lewis O'llryan sings that song thai was SO popular a bers. We have it ironi the Sugar ot Tobin Sport few year- - ago "Under The wireless station that he is talking to Moon " If you don't believe Harry Dors) the girl- - on both side- - of the river. Joe Ma that ton, Jr. has jumped into society with both feet listen. We nut him away up in Whss kidthe North end oi Cloverport singing ney arc you have la-backache th.livrr or San-ourt- lu uut oi gear. Try Sweet I lower- - oi May. Lao Green-it doc oesshSI for the liver. kidneys anil wood another young society hud troni ktsskkw, A trial Hi bottle will convince layou.. Qsl it It the ilrug store. Tucker's ha- - bloomed out the We met him away few Sundays coasi ot Eastland, over on the Ka- CARTERS LANDING a ( lull whi-ke- r- -- -- -- -- l, -t . -t He wa- - inking. I'm last Sunday and by goniK to (amp Taylor Sip,;,uu don't you cry. i Wm. McCovern tells us that he ii a much heap bus) mail the-- c day lli sou. lames is over in France helping get the Kiser. He has to take Jimmy's place at the dailies on the farm at the tore W e notice Win. is getting gray nine hut you can't keep Charlie O'Bryan an old in. hi down. -l ---- R. B. 4 i McGLOTIILAN IrvinKton, Ky. Sec- I Dealers in New and ond Hand Goods Will save you bijj money Come and see me. To get rid of that Tired, Bilious, Half-Sic- k Feeling, take a dose of HERBINE It Cleanses the Stomach, Liver and Bowels tion and purities and regulates the bowels. A timely dose of this excellent system regulator and bowel tonic will oftentimes ward on a spell oi sickness. R's a man's remedy that goes to the right spot. Puts life and activity into the torpid liver, strengthens the stomach and diges- JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor SI. LOUIS, MO. SuM by all drugs iu. s on the left : "Do you know, sir, that you're the most Important soldier in the army?'' Private Perkins murmured some modest rejoinder, but, ns in duty bound, kept his eye glued to the periscope with his vistti of No Man's, Land. "Yes," resumed the general, "you're the last man In the last squad of the last platoon nf the Inst company of the last battalion of the last regiment of the last brigade." After this Impressive announcement the general turned on his and deJOINED RANKS OF PROFITEERS part ed. Then the sergeant major, lest Indian Had the Stereotyped Reason for Private Perkins should he puffed up by the suddenly conferred importance, Increasing His Price for Basket added: of Berries. "Yes, und if the army gets the command to form on the left you'll mark An Indian in one of the western reseconomy. ervations was in the habit of bringing time for the rest of your bloody nut-Ontnea fowls utilize still other kinds to Mr- -. Cray each sprint.' several bas- ural life !" of Any military man realizes what and Waste that would escape both hens belling for which, from kets of wild turkeys. Taking it wider range time Immemorial, he had always it would mean to be pivot man for a (hail chickens and yet not quite so line ILTi miles long ! Toronto Mall charged "' cents a basket. A few days wide as turkeys, keeping largely to ago he paM Ids annual visit to Mrs. and Kmpire. thickets and weed patches, iiml comCray's bach door. The maid took the mitting fewer depredations against Sunday Battles in History. berries and tendered the usual Some of the fiercest engagements of field and garden than either chickens The Indian shook his head, or turkeys, requiring little feeding at "fine dollar a basket now," he said. the present war have been fought on any time, being prolific layers, during Sunday, the day of rest, for the Inmaid called her unstress and exuge that day for a their season of eggs that are thought plained the difficulty, Much surprised, Oeraaaa seems t, bombing raid on some defenseless hy many to have a richer and finer Mrs. Qray again offered the njoney to town, as well ns for much bigger oper. flavor even than hen eggs, the guinea the Indian, who once more refused to fowl is an economic necessity on any utions at the front, possibly on accept it. "Why is this?" asked Mrs. farm where a serious effort Is made to of the old adage about the betCray. "The baskets are the same size convert ull Waste Into meat and eggs. ter the day the better the deed. as usual, are they not?" Ceese hold still another Sector in The fiercest of the battles In the "Yes." Wars of the Hoses was actually fought the Hue of the poultry army that "And the berries are not scarce this makes war against waste. They touch year. I know, because I have seen on I'alm Sunday, observes London An- Hanks with the chickens in utilizing swers. This was the Katlle of Tow-to- n hushes loaded down with than u my in 14(11. and ten years later the waste grain about stables and feeding rides about the country lu re." Battle of Unmet was fought on Mast- pens. . In H larger measure than chick"Yes." er Sunday. gUatillbM was fojsght on ens or any other kind of poultry, they "Weil, then, why Isn't fifty cents a are grazing stock, taking their living YVhltsimday. 17(Ki. basket enough?" . Itotli ....... ssMtr, i,,,,, nuni i in i,.. .j lu- large part from the ordinary grasses llli-,,u,i The Indian shifted from one foot to the pastures. American another quite calmly. "Hell big dam Sunday, ItCivil war. were fought MThe one kind of poultry of questionwan M Sunday that Wellwar somewhere," he announced : "fler-rie- s Ington Issued that famous order, "CI- - able economic status on farms is the one dollar a basket now." ndad stodrige must be carried by us-- 1 pigeon. Almost exclusively a grain eater, the pigeon renders no notable snillt this evening." waste, exas n Met Sir Walter Scott. A gltui Smiiiay for the British em-- Bervlce might conserver of grain be shattered in the The Rev, John Douglas, said tojiave pire was that "loud Sabbath" when cept it fields, and that in large measure would been the only living person In AmerWellington defeated Napoleon at Waica who had seen Sir Walter Scott terloo a the Inst nttempt on the part be taken up by other poultry and by Tlupigs. pigeon has its economic alive, died recently. He was ninety-fou- r of one man to dominate the world. place lu the scheme of urban poultry years old and had been a resident production, hut. except lu isolated Inof Minnesota for M years, says Mln Only Partial Repentance. Hobby accompanied his mother to stances where conditions are peculiarneapolls Tribune. On his ninety-thirbirthday. Sept, 11, the gSMS 1 1 and, unobserved, helped ly favorable, Its production oil geneiul tiM II. Mr. Douglas described In detail himself to n I una and was calmly farms mav not be desirable. his seeing the author of the Wuverly eating It when discovered. Ills mothnovels in I IBS With his father, the er, greatly horrltled. reprimanded him Brave Rescue of Comrade. Hearing .Minneapolis man was driving In an severely, and on Hie way home, n rrr Car neiB, .lames Roh- rickety gig ing a polieeaiun whom she knew, told crlsmi Me r ".'or. lireiiiita, tblril clasn. along him of Bobby's misdeed .,nd asked attachH to the tralntag station at road near Abboisferd. when "a little man what he useally did with boys that Hew part. it. L, Jawped intn the imy with a queer Scotch bonnet on his head took hananas. without vwiltlnu to remove Ills elotb-Rii ml. notwilhslaiidliiR mid gnarled stick lu Ills hand,'' hailed darkness bad "If they are big boys I lock them them. up In Jail, hut If they are little I just set In, sueeeeileil In reselilii mi alMr. Douglas' father cheeked Ills take them home with me. But you preatica seaasaa vha, araa in the water horse and chatted with the man for won't take any more bananas, will vou, in an ions condition. McGregor IB minutes. ii III tile servic e sluee lust May, tins Afterward the youngster Bobby?" STa! told thai the little man was none Hobby, thoroughly frightened, re- when lie enlisted at Albany, N. Y. other than the noted author. During treated, clinging to his mother's skirt, the last LHI years persons who could hut managed to say Freddy's "Polish." "No; me no take Freddy boast of having seen Seolt alive have baniinu ; me take an apple next dine.'' next door to some new ly UUssV d Man van had a kajl bis aue. become fewer. Two years ago It was practically conceded that Mr. Douglas Sanol is surely Oue day Fred's mother beard Mini Do you get up at night? bad sola claim to the distinetlou. WatJaMfaal some tinintelllKible stuff to the beat for all kidney or hladiler uouhli-Sanol give relief ill '4 houra (lorn all hack the foreign hoy und said, "What M Quick To Go. ache auil bladder trouble!. Ssnol it a guar Mitt are yon talking like that to that Doctor You are as sound ss a HStase remedy. 50c aud $1 00 a buttle at Imy for?" the bug staas dollar "Vuuse." said Freddy, Ma can't ' talk Hufllab, ao I bave tu talk Palish i'atient 1 hope I last longer than to nim." one, doctor. Boston Transcript. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS la-e- l puy-Ittenhlgh-seuteScot-laud, funny-lookin4 iim-ons: I (From the OsJtOtl Platen Iiepartment of Agriculture.) The common cnbhape worm, the most destructive enemy of cabbage and res nted i rops in the United States, iis depredations us soon us the young plant! are SSt OWt Oh the spring und continues Its work throughout the rammer. Control measures, to he effective, should blglB us soon as the in-- , sad makes Its appearance. Although the insect caused the total of cabbage, cauliflower, Instruction and other crops in large ureas In the years immediately alter iis lirst appearance in this Country in the sixties, control measure! have now been perfected to such a degfea and adopted to such till extent Ihut losses need not he (.'rent. Spraying with a solu-ttoof two pounds of powdered ursen ate of lead, lour pounds of arsenate of lead in the paste form, or one pound of pari I green to BO gallons of water hould he begug as soon as the plants' are set out and should he repeated as phrnts often as examination ft hows it to he necessary. The common cabbage "worm" is the la.rvi( of a whin- njrt lly having H'Viy tipped wings Tin- butterflies appeal OH warm spring days and continue aimut gardens and flelds until nfier several severe tall frosts. In the (Jitlf , .!.... nl Ikn " " " "" "" an- laid onI, cubbage" and V Kggs k. 1 Colli related plant! w hen- they hatch In , lour 10 cignt nays. The caterpillar is velvety green, about the color ol the cuhliago foUagO. It eats voraciously and prows rapidly, becoming full grown In from ten to fourteen dayS alter hat ohi in;. Three ganarnttona occur each season in tile northeast and probably six in the extreme South, rbe tirst generation usually develops on wild plants. Hand picking maj he practiced sucWhere cessfully iii small gardens. sprays are employed they bliudld he a i . PERKINS AT IMPORTANT POST Sergeant Major's Remark Must Have, Made Him Realize Just What It I Might Mean to Him. i i ' of the visit of one of the genei aTs to the trenches on the end of the British line. The general, who was. a great ler for discipline, said to the last man, tejlaj stick-seaso- Maor Jackson The farm better without turkeys. Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 through which no streams run and which has no large pond would perhaps be heller without ducks. Hut Poland China Hogs a Specialty the circumscribed farm on which turkeys would be a disadvantage may he Polled Durham Cattle well supplied with streams and ponds so that ducks would be unusually profitable, und the farm that has no streums and ponds may have Inrgi ORCHARD HOME FARM range for turkeys, Kuril furm family will iavp t 'Jetertniipj for Jtself what I G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor sStlUry can be profitably kept In adBREEDER OF dition to 100 liens, hearing in mind always that an adequate number should be kept of all the kinds for Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. which free range can be found. Turkeys, ranging farther afield, Hardinsburg. ky Route 2. prey upon Insect forms that escape the in ns, front the Mum the young are old enough to begin foraging for C. V. ROBERTSON, themselves, perhaps early In June, until near frost, turkeys take the bulk Hardinsburg, Ky. of their food from Held insects, deI1PAI PD IN vouring millions of grasshoppers nnd other injurious forms In meadow nnd Hih-Clas- s Horses, Mules, pasture. In regions where wooded Fine Saddle and Harness nfeas are still fairly extensive, mast Horses. Is an Important Item in the diet of the turkey. When the insect stores I r WILL PAY Y0L TO VISIT MY STABLES to fail, the mast larders nre beginning to be tilled. reeding on acorns, chestnuts, beech mils, and the like, turkeys will go a long way toward Glen Valley Stock Farm fattening themselves for the ThanksE. I R0IERTS01, Propmtor giving or Christmas market and will C In., Roan not ret) aire much feeding of corn or Other grain to finish them. Generally speaking, turkeys will reunite u larger Polled Durham a d Shorthorn feeding of grain than chickens to fit Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs them for market, but. as they utilize forms of waste that hens and their broods would not reach, the keeping Dealer in Leaf Tobacco of a fair number of turkeys Is good . bo-gi- n hf (Prepared by the United' States DepartHall ment of Agriculture.) The hen. first and Inst, Is the main Glen Dean, Ky. dependence for Increasing the supply Poland Of white meat and eggs, but she re- Polled Durham Cattle. quires the aid of turkeys, guineas, Short Horn China Hogs. geese, and ducks. Just as, on a dairy Cattle. Hampshire Sheep farm, the cow requires the aid of pigs, sheep, and goals. The setting of the standard at 100 hens per farm Is sufe, Have won 1000 Kiblions at State Fairs Years l'ast but no such arbitrary standard can he set for the other kinds of poultry. The small farm, with grain fields of neighboring farms In proximity to the W a OWEN ft SONS, neprliturs barn and dooryurd, would, perhaps, he Planters Stock Farm Valley Home Stock Farm THE HOWARD I. M. HOWARD FARMS Prop. t SON. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, - Ky. Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers in Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco Ci UN. HAKM NOR TL. i lie lll.,.i ffeuMcr oiuun r renin I, Farmer. Dealer, Breeder and Feeder of Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Park Place G. N. Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington. An Ky. Gas Driven Cars In Denmark. advertisement lias appeared in one of the I 'hristliuila papers offering for stile motors that eun be operated a nli peat Kits Instead of heiizlue or petroleum. The alterations have been made In aeeordunee with a laulsh Incut Ion that make- - Is posslhle to use peat gas as fuel fur uotura. It Is said that several thousand of the uiotura are helot; used lu lieniuark, and that they have met with success. The new system is stated to consume from one to two kilos of peat (2.2 to 4.4 pounds) per horsepower hour, according to the quality of the pent. Couiuierca OCTOBER 23. 1918 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE 7 Kan; 4 hi C NATIONAL FOOD ! A BIT OF HOME WITHIN THE CAMP long, low building of frame COB-planned, with t. wide vernndiis gad n homelike ns OatnMe ure hanging the ting the Slur and Stripes, which must soon lie taken in n It l nearly sunset, nnd ring n Utile Irhingle another Mug of blue Bad the letters Y. W. I '. A. It I ti full iiftertiiion nnd the nlr ii bit sharp. Through the front window of tiie lions,, tin- weaxen s poena ehlag Up the walk CM see the cheerful glow of nn open tlripluee. There Is the sound of n phm i nnd some one Is singing. The woman, who Is slight and young nnd tired looking, puts her heavy down on the walk ami shift, the baby she is carrying to the other ana, She listens n minute, then picks up the lUggBge and walks hnively up to the front door. Some one bus heard her Coming and is there to meet her. Some one always Is in pi m liSto this. The ilour is thrown open and a kind worn-rotfB mij: "Oh, do come In nnd rest. Let me take (lie baby." The baby is paeeed oyer nnd the stranger, worn from I long Journey, tired nnd sad. is given the welcome which only the Y. W. ('. A. hostesses know how to give. She explains t tin t she baa come to see John before be leaves for the front. She has been saving her money for traveling expenses, and bus rocec to sin prise him. John bus nev er seen lite baby, BBd now maybe be never will, (or she has discovered that John lias just left on a two day' furlough to earpetat her. Be fare she eaaJd get ii triiln ha eh to her home John's furlough will have expired mill be will be on ins way buck to camp. The little mother does not know how ta meet the situation nnd tears of fatigue and meal begin to Mow. "Well, Hint's too bad," says the sympathetic Y. W. C A. worker. "Itut cheer Up. You can just slay here for u CPU pie of days. We'll send u wire to John at the lirst place Ids Ujajg stops and tell him to take the next train back. He can enjoy his furlough here." Tills is done and (lie little family has a glorious day of It. The Young Women's Christian association lias established hostess houses of lids character for American soldiers and sailors and their families. In Ibis brief bulletin of news lies one of the most potent factors in Hie inning of this war. Our boys are lighting for their homes. The Y. W. 0, A. with its hostess work in Ibis country gad ill Fiance is helping to keep the ideal of American home life constantly before the men who are protecting it. These men had to go away from heir Individual homes, but there Is n home which follows them a place v. hi j e they can go when they are off ilui and meet their families and rest. There is a room in every Y. W. 0, A. nnntesa house with a real arentace in it nnd a domestic hearth. There are chairs with cushions on them; the china is mil of Ibe IroUyhoOnd bucket variety necessary in camps; and best of all. the boys say, there are nice women to talk lo. No boy In camp would hesitate to ask his mother or sister or the gM he thinks most of to meet him at a Y. W. ( '. A. house, for be know s thai he w omen she w ill see there are ut the right kind. The very Inct thai it is known that there is n real, homey place near each enmp iiii- thorlaed by the war department mid prexMed over by dignified nnd refined women, has served very largely to the other type of woman and keep bet nwny till lie men she formerly prayed upon. Tin' Y'. W. ('. A. houses nli1 not established wiih iiny view to marking class lines, however, eh hough many ot the hostesses who assist led lives of greatest ease nnd luxury before the win. Democracy rules al the sign of Ibe little Blue Triangle. A story is told ol a great luerchunt'l wife whose individual fortune mounts This lady is a io tin- million mark. member of one ot lie Y. W. i'. A. ami on one occasion she was helping in the cafeteria of a hostess house at the Cl eat Lakes naval raining station. A little shopgirl who had a "day off" from her work iu the basement of tin' great store owned by the Y. VY. ('. A. worker's husband, and who had coiue to see her sailor brother, WUJ iu a Stale Itreei hurry for service. She sharply ordered the merchant's wile lo "look alive wllh these lurks, girlie." Tiie lady addressed as "gillie" quite humbly saw to it that t In- pile of forks Then she went over was replenished. and talked to the girl, helped her to lacnte her brother and setil her away happy. The shopgirl never knew that she had been talking to her employer's wife. Thtia are two hoeteei houses at the Qaaal Uakaa station, ami it is a wonderful sight lo see the crowds of women relatives mill friends of the sailors who throng to them on Hie Wednesday From l.ooo i,, a,uou drill gflaraaama, persons a day are cared for In the eafeterias, and the nurseries are full of sailor babies, whose mothers can leave them there safely while they are on the grounds In adeltlou to the hostess house work la this country the Y. W. 0. A. has established the famous Hotel la Paris as a center for trae-siewomen war workers overseas. There are alao many foyers or recrea-tle- a eeaters la Fraace where girl urn alrioas workers, elgaal corps girls and ethers are refreshed sod brightened by aosectetlea with the play leaders ed the T. W. 0. A. whs have latre- Amerieaa gymaaelnm classes i rrearti life. A L CAMPAIGN BEGINS OCTOBER 28 And Continues Until Nov. 4. 17 Millions Tons of Food To Be Sent Abroad. Mr. Herbert Hoover, on his return from abroad, directed that a National hood I ampaign be conducted by the Conservation Department of the Food Administration the week hegining Oct. nth ntiK. . The Campaign to consist of a third Kitchen Card to be placed in every home in the land This card contains instructions necessary for every housekeeper to follow during the coming year in order that K million tons of food may be sent abroad to feed our sold icrs and allies Last year HI million tons were sent This was made possible bv the pat riotic elforts in saving waste, and in using substitutes of our housekeepers who must do much more this year if tnieiion, attractively ' a ai mi aawwan' WITHES - mm i . aa l - sult-ens- e Factors Upon Which Scratching for Feed Is the BoilM DOUltry keepers, sceniinglv without much particular ctrcirt. KCt eggs wink' others work hanl but more or less in vain. The former provide knowingly or iinknowiifgly essentials necessary for winter egg production while in the case of the hitler some important factor is Right essentials are necessary. according to poultry specialists of the United States Department of Agricul-ture. in securing winter eggs. They are: (I) suitable stock; (1) com for- table quartets; (3) kind treatment; (J) regular attention; (.") abundant water; (li) wholesome food; (T) lib- cral rations: (8) congenial exercise. consideration to each of these ftcntiali will bring success, hut it the results in eggs are poor- far be- dozen the moderate standard of eggs per hen in the first six mouths of laying that fact is proof that the requirement! have not all been fully , ncg-lecte1 ." Success Must Depend. Hen's Natural Exercise. Regular Attention. Irregularity in attending poultry common is r the most factory egg yields. , tiotl H'oes tion at frequent regular intervals. The times of attendance may he far apart and infrequent, as daily or under some circumstance at even longer intervals, hetween giving supplies of The essential thing feed and water. is that the hens' wants shall always our glorious victories continue, and he properly provided for in due our great war for freedom be won. Let every housekeeper in I'.rickin-ridgseasons. county be sure to get her card, Abundant Water. Keeping the poultry supplied with and see that her neighbor does not water in freezing weather is one of fail to get hers. Let each one help to win so when the most troublesome tasks of potil-Dttall is over, and we rejoice with our try keeping. Many poultry keepers defer givin;, siddiers. home again, we may feel we water until late in the morning dur-lo- have done our part. llreckiitridge County. ing cold w eather. ether the water Chairman is liquid or frozen (ice or snow) is Conservation Division, I'. S. Administration. immaterial provided the chickens can get it. Supplying them with dry or slightly moistened grain when they met. . lack water causes indigestion and is Suitable Stock. I'ttllets that have been seasonably generally injurious to the birds and well matured wasteful of the feed given thetn. batched, Martin Claycomb ami AllflOU Chap-pe-ll Wholesome Feed. and vigorous are good winter layers. were in Irvington last Friday. Shortage and high price of good Gooil laying birds usually molt so late Arthur ChisiH spent Saturday and a tendency to in the fall that the molting shortens poultry feed has led to Sunday at Wolf Creek production in the early part of their attempt to economize by using low Jess Cashman returned home Sunand very inferior day after spending the past week at second w inter. Hence pullets are the priced c poultry-keeperreliance for eggs at grades of the common grains. He was acRhodelia with relatives. season of high prices; and if the I most invariably it is a mistake to use companied home by his cousin. Jenpullets fall in any of the specifications such to the exclusion of better feeds, nings Kay mentioned for good laying stock, the The safe and sure way is to start the L. (i Avitt spent one night last poultry-keepe- r is handicapped at the hens laying by feeding good quality week with his son. Will Avitt of feeds, and then partially substitute the start. Union Star. cheaper ones, regulating the amounts Comfortable Quarters. Mrs. Walter Adkisson and daughand used by the readiness of the bens to A roomy, clean, ter. Evi of Lodiburg spent part of poultry bouse should be eat the changed mixture and by the last week with her father. L G, Avitt who are continuance of good condition and the aim of poultry-keeper- s and Mrs Avitt Provision production. This applies to all class striving for winter eggs. Miss Virgie Mills. I'ayncsviltc vis ventila- - es of feeds vegetables ami ited Misses Bessie and llettie Knott grains, should be made for light and Sufficient supplies of part of last week tion so that during severe weather the animal feeds bouse can he made snug. The house the two last named determine the Mrs Bell Chappcll left Saturday fixtures should be so placed as to wholesomeness of the diet as a whole for indefinite stay with her son. tail A formula for combining the three. economize the lloor space and Mrs. t happell of I'.randenhitrg Modern practice in the ventilation for ordinary winter weather, is to Mr anil Mrs. Chappell have a new of poultry houses is to ventilate by reduce the meat and increase the girl in their home means of open windows and doors, in vegetables in warm weather, and reMiss Ettla CashmaJI returned to am! near the flout of the house, giv- - duce the vegetable and increase the her home last Thursday after spending all the fresh air possible without meat in extreme cold weather, ing several weeks in Louisville. She Liberal Rations, exposing the birds to tempt ratUrei at was accompanied home by her aunt. hens can lay as they Mrs Roy Beauchamp. (Inly well-fewhich they plainly sutler from cold The common rule for ventilation in should. The best results are obtain-extrem- e Mr. ami Mrs Ernest Kronahi Lodicold weather is to give ventil- - ed w hen there is not more than three burg spent Sunday afternoon with ation enough to prevent the deposit of hours between feeds Such a system their parents. Mr and Mis Henry frost or moisture on inside walls, demands too much of the poultry Kronen.' Kconotny of his time and W here so dry a condition of the air keeper. Mr Taylor Tate. lardiusburg and in the houses is maintained the birds energy without waste of feeds is sc- father. Mr. Tate of lamed w ere here are not much affected by low temper- - cured when the feed is kept by the hist Irving to buy a farm. While atures and by changes of temperature hens at all times under conditions here they were guests of Henry Cash they do not contract colds so easily, that prevent waste. Dry feeding, in man hoppers, ,oi at least half of the ground and they lay more steadily. Mrs. C. L Avitt pent part of last grains given, and the feeding oi whole wrik with her parent-- . Mr and Mis Kind Treatment. The poultry keeper should not only and cracked grains in litter accomp-b- (j G Dowel in lardiusburg eat) in all his movements about lished tliis. Mr and Mrs. Levi Pollock spent Congenial Exercise, the care of the poultry, but should Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Frank Scratching for feed is the natural PhUpOl take care that no one and nothing at Stoat) Point. They else disturbs or annoys the birds, and favorite exercise of hens. Mrs. Lata Beauchamp and two and easily are not, however, inclined to scratch Ileus that are nervous children of Clifton Mills visited Mr frightened should not he kept where much when no feed rewards their el and Mrs. I. ti Avitt. recently. they are regularly or frequently dis- - forts, heeding the whole and cracked turhed. for they will not lay well mi- - grain in litter deep enough to COUSCal If nervc.sness n furnishes just the right condition INFLUENZA MASK FOR BARBER der such conditions and excitability is a breed character- - to stimulate exercise by liberal feed istic. and the annoyances which occur ing without waste and for congenial Jersey City Health Board Orders the Wielders of the Razor to or exist can not be removed, the only exercise that keeps hens lit without Cover Faces. remedy is to dispose oi the stock and carrying exercise so far that it uses keep a breed of more phlegmatic I energy front feed that ought to be New York. Oct. 14 The Jersey producing eggs. temperament. City hoard distributed ansae, iiiitsks to biirbers, whic h must he worn time we came out. and as often as we tui the dtiriilion of the Influenza epiAsks Wilson To Fix wanted them. Did we accept? We demic, while cutting hulr and shavPrice Of Wheat At $2.50. surely did, and came away with all ing. A total at 4. .102 oases of aga Frankfort, Ky Oct. 7. Commiscould handle, and threatened to eaai have been reported in Jersey uty. sioner of Agriculture Mat Cohen to- make frequent visits to him day wired President W'oodrow Wilwas taking OKLAHOMA HONORS SOLDIERS "That night, when son asking that the price of the l'JUi them around to the wards, a large wheat crop be placed at $.'2..")0 a Swedish boy begged for a rose on his Get Letters of Commendation From bushel. The National Wheat Grow- own bedside table. 'You see, Miss.1 State Council of Defense. ers' Association of America is endeav- when you have been up in the trem k bilioum The stHte council of derix es, roses like these look pretty good fense will send an individual oring to get President Wilson to letter Com4ii a bushel. of commendation the price at and recognition to to a fellow!' "W e Idled the mumps and uieasels every Oklnhoinun who enters the serv missioner t ohen. working in conjunction with the National Wheat Grow- wards, which occupy stunning tents ice of the United states. The couners' Association, and realizing the in- line. with sunny yellow, with snap- - cil hIsii will send letters of condoto creased cost of labor, believes that dragons, larkspur, loxglove and glad- lence in the families of those who have died the xervice or are wounded. the price of $i ..10 would be reason- ioli. In other words we left violets The letters are part of the plan t able and yellow rosebuds, and yesterday honor every son of the state who ve gave a tea for the F'rench deleserves the natlou. gation who honored us with a visit " Blossoms for the Blesses. Would Net Part With Hoe. - Y. W. C V War Work Courcil Koeet in France! One wonders Caea Gillespie of Falmouth, Ky.. who where, yet one of our V. W. C A. secBrothers are Majors in the Army. can grow tobacco sealer than any retaries in a hut for nurses in France Ir. Clarence Dcweese,' formerly of In the country, and usually sells eat has taken charge of keeping the hos- Kordsville and a of Mr. before be cute It, say ha turned down pital full of fragrant blossoms, and is and Mrs. J. J. Tilford of that place, a tempting offer the other nay to salt finding her supply of flowers practi-all- has recently been promoted to the his crop. The deal was called off ea buyer Instating oa inexhaustible. rank of Major in the Medical Corps. acconnt of the "Today I went to a beautiful villa Dr. Dewcese is stationed at Camp Gillespie throwing la hie faithful old Oeee says that he hes raised hoe. on the Route de Pans, whose owner Dodge. Iowa. He has a brother, ea crops of tohacce with this earns had written to say that he would like J. M Dewecse who is also Major hoe, sad the ota teat la the to offer us three hundred roses any in the Cavalary Ma groat sacceea. e e cause of unsatis-winteKcgular attcn- lu.c,.ssarily mean atten- - ETTERS from our boys in the trenches and from the women in canteen and other war work, all brinpr to us the same message SEND US NEWS FROM HOME. t World news is all right, but OUR BOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want the home newspaper. Publishers are prevented from sendi lg their papers free to anyone, even boys in the service. Consequently a national movement has been started by Col. William Boyee 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 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 used to aend thia paper to our boya at the front. If at the end of the war, there ia any aurplua, 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 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." RAYMOND well-grow- s' Al-th- vv d well-lighte- d I They are calling to YOU from "Over There' OIVF. WHAT YOU CAIN The Breckenridge 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 ot 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 I I I e ' I e I FIRST STATE BANK .1. M I'iggott. President llerndoti. Vice I'r J idetlt I C I) Payne, Cashier Lyddaa, Asat C shier IRVINGTON. KENTUCKY I I FRYMIRE The fanners oi tliis coin mini it well nl. id to see the nice rain that (ell Saturday and Sunday ( l.itidc Dodsou was the evening Kuet of Miss Jennie BashatU last Sunday Ifiel lila Wheeler pent the week end with Mrs lacie I'arr. Mr. and Mrs. Ahic Manning .lie receiving congratulations on tin rival of a III pound girl Ocl IJ W ord has been received of the .,il,' arrival over seas of I'vt 1.. S. liras- Peyton Braahaaf and PaaJ hear. McCoy, Lydjia hugger has returned Mis home alter spending three week- - with her sister. Mrs. S. I. lirashear The schools in this vicinit) have closed comnh ing to the Hoard of Health on account of the Spanish -I I Wen the dinner gue-l- - of their uncle, Mr T N, Midlothian. The many friends of Corp. Victor I . 1 - li- i Roy Dodson and William (iarrett Vessels are glad to learn letters have .heeii received Iront them over there slating they arc well and having a tine time Mr and Mrs. K K tart and hahy, ElrO) spent the week end with.Mr. ami Mrs Will Oram Dr. W II Taylor had Mrs Taylor pa Mid through here Thursday to Union Star to do dental work and were ihc guest- - ol Kil and (ieorge Shelluian George Ban had the misfortune of loosing two line young calves last ic n eeli Mr and Mrs W ill W allien of Khod-(hhave the sympathy of the entire Community In the los- - ot then daugh ter. Boanic May Wathen on Oct in. fits mi son-in-la- y News From The iadueaaa. Iricnds oi Mrs A vie Manning are War Department. glad to learn she is improving slowly. Message- - have come from the War oi l.odiburg. called on rrtis Sketo Miss Bessie l.ee Hrashear. Sunday Department of late to Mr and Mrs (ieorge Willis stating that their son, ev ening. Willis had been severely Mr. snd Mrs K. Hruner spent last James Sundav with S J. Krsshear and tain-ily- . wounded in action. And to Mr and Mrs Perry Alexander oi Custer tellJoe Robertson sold to John l.yddan ing them that Charlie Alexaader, their son had been missing nines Sept. a line young mule for $r.'.V Misses Lena. Caroline and Bessie It, Both of these boys have been ia Lee Brashear were in Irvington last Monday having deals! work done snd France for several months. hfcgajaasasMnsajbsyt r PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY OCTOBER 23. 191 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Hardinsburg, $25, $27.50 $30 B F BEARD & CO Do Kentucky $25 $27.50 We offer very special values in Ladies' your Christmas Shopping Now! We are showing a superb line of new things in Suits and Overcoats for young men and men who stay young. Values guaranteed. Coats and Suits A AnL f3 I X Others at $9.50 to $40.00 Rubbers and Overshoes Everyone remembers the condition last year. The outthat rubber footwear will be even harder to get the comming winter. Our stock is complete now. Purchasees now are sure to save disapointment later. look now is We have 42 Men's Suits carried over from past seasons that m we have marked LJ good $10, $12.50, $15, Regular Values assortment $17 ,50 to $25 sisccn t $15 Slip On Sweaters S7 50 and $7 75 Our Govern menl through the council o( national defence has made the following request f all retail merchants: That they make every possible effort to distribute f October, t lie Christmas buying over the three month- November and December t avoid the usual December congestion of traffic which is SO hurtful to the interests of the nation. They say that this order must be complied with and that Christmas packages must he mailed earlier at this congestion cannot he permitted They also request that Christmas giving except for young children he restricted to useful articles. We helieve that everyone will he glad to comply w ith this request of their government w hen it - brought to their attention. For the convenience of our customers we will accept a partial payment on any selections and hold them to be called for at anv time between this and Christmas time. We ill hold and packages (hat are paid for in full or for charge account- - W e gsk that you make every effort to comply with these regulation-- . vv Sea Island Brown Cotton in 25 yard pieces - - - - $7.00 Full pieces only at this price S-KI-R-- T-S Attractive Plaid Silk Skirts specially priced at $6 75, $7 50 and $9.00 $6 75 Blue, Silk Poplin Foulards Extra 65c value "RED BAND" Galvanized Men's Munson Army Last Work Shoes $4.50 Quality Silk Poplin; Black, Plum and Gray $7 00 Buckets specially priced at 50c Special in Skirts for Stout Womem $6 75 xxxxxxxxx RAPID STRIDES IN SURGERY Marshall, Danvillei Virginia Head, jack Hoard. Messrs. IGorgetowu. War Has Brought Discoveries That lEIkton and George Piggott, IndianAlleviate Pain and Heal the Most apolis. Mi-- - Mary Htron, State I'ni- has beca M rs Dangerous Wounds. Eugene t miner v a: the guest Karl Bl mu tt. .' il versio has bacn tin- meal ol hi- - mother Mi- m Mr l S. W. Dav is. Mv Itic Wed- Camp Zachary Lieut, Logan Hcli "I'.lpp" is ntM of the new words that Katf Bennett. Taylor visited Mr. and Mrs Bate ncaday. will be lidded In the dictionary us the Lakes Train Junes Skilman, Great Mi-- direct outcome of the war, "Blpp" M Nannie Lee Gardner ol Chen-Washington la- -t week. mix Station was here last week. - in Louisville. li. it rombl nation of bismuth, lodnform ault - the guest id her father, Btil Xorri- - waMrs. A I! Stttet - home Iron a and para Bin paste, and is the poms Gardner and Mrs. Gardner. liven to one of the most Important isit with relative) at Worthvme. W isvillc wa- - in French returnei Inun .( mi- - Mirgfeal discoveries of Dr. Bntherrord James M l' Slorrisnn, a famonj opcratlva surgeon ville last Monday town Friday. II exercises n Btrattga of London. I, Vogel visited Mr and Mr i )r K Ferguson wa .oiii- fharia apoa tin- treatment of danger weak friends at Owcnsboro laous wounds. ille the first ol la- -t week. j Mr and Mrs Herbert Kipp and Mr- - Addie Brawn was at In the early days of the war doctors Mrs Addie Brown oi Irviugton was in have returned to their home Wednesday i" visit bat employed Ike older forms of curative of her slater, Louisville alter being the guest hi the gUCSl Wednesday Mr- Payne. surgery, which entailed long periods of Mary T Payne suffering to the arnnnslrd soldier. Ry The annual meeting "t the Irving-io- n ti e I. uti i's slater, Mrs Dallas B ratter. Mrs Mrs. Sam H. Dix ha hit nt new the new process the destroyed lissues P, CoWlplOB of Vmericaa NationMr. and Mrs M Chapter of i and Infected nrens are excised, the held Monday Hardinsburg were guests Sunday of fall and winter hats al Red Cross vvill C. A Tinuis spent last week on his pnrts thoroughly drenched with pure I'. evening ki sath at 1:13 o'clock. Mr and Mr- Richardson. spirit, and niter the application of a Mi Bach member "i tin- chapter - nrged Arthur DoWcD who ha- - been fam near Webster Little Mildred Merritt. beloved thin layer oi "liipp" the wound run In tn in- present. tuitc dl is improving Mag eases be sewn up immediately Leigh Simmon- - has Irve Coinpton who - stationed at daughter oi Mr. and Mrs Jess Mer- with every prospect of primary union Little Ague ritt died oi pneumonia at the home oi night keen the guesi oi her grandparent. Camp Taylor spent Saturday no fuilher her parents, at New Albany Her and wounds distress lo the pntlent. Kven Iff, ami Mrs N.a Watlington, Hard- Sinidav - guest of his parents. Mr. remain- associated With bone was accompanied here by her or tanjMged Joints, have heen insburg and Mrs. vi. ili Compton. parents, brothels and sisters and de- successfully treated by this method, Mi-- li Ada Drur) ol Louisville la Rev, Ryan of Constantinc was here in the cemetery near town. and compound fractures have lost spending evei.il week- - with Mr and Saturday and took out a new piano. posited The remains oi w m Eskridge who lunch of their seriousness. It K Mr- McGiothkut Mr and Mr- - HoM LcGrand had wa- - in training at Camp Green, N. C, One of the most marvelous ciises a N l' Connie! was in Hardinsburg a, their gnaati Sunday. Mr ami Mr- -. arrived Monday enroute ,u Amnions recorded nt n Loudon military hospital. Monday lien Bruington and daughter, Mar A place of shell penetrated a soldier's tor burial. Miss I ,il Inline McGhee lias gOSM ga i e t l.ee Mrs. Jennie Williams oi I lover-por- t chest mid diaphragm, passing into the Mi-- stay, Beaafai to LovisviMa for an indefinite I Weatberlord of abdominal eiivlty. These terrible is visiting near here healed without subsequent III Rt Lunelle Raid Of Louisville is llamed is visiting her mule. C S. Miss lielva I. relatives oi Louievillc French consequences, the track of the missile visiting friends here He ha- - just re- - Itoard is spending this week with her parebeing excised mid the wound sutured covered from a severe attack ol pUCU Gcorgl GregOTl who - attending nt-. Mr and Mrs W. French after ti tbeeoajgh application of "blpp." school at Lexington, is visiting his noina W li Gardner ami daughter- - Miss Similar success has been attained in Mr- Tom Ditto ot Brandenburg father, W T Gregory. Najinia lee were in Hardinsburg. cases of ens gangrene, which Is deerda Mc- -j her lister, Mr- is Mr and Mr- - Tom Dyer ol Dyer. prived of its chief terror since the Wednesday. Qhaja 'were guests riiursilay oi Mr ami Mrs, L A Kissain oi Somerset, a gecUM of this infection, can no longer kiluard Taylor oi Louisville has Mr- - Mm Gray. passed through town 'hrlve. Mrs .Inn Jones ami Mis Franklin former resident been the guest oi Dr and Mrs W. II S.irnnlav cnroiilc to v henault to visit l ay lor 'ay Ski were guests one dav t week slativea. i then mother. Mr- - Mary Nicholas. Mis- - Nell Connitt of Louisvilkl win Mrs Lula lower, wife of left Towis a Kid Cross nurse and who ha Mr ami Mrs. Owen Rabbins and er died at the home ol Mr and Mis. i Louisville heen visiting her mother. Mrs Adelle baby are visiting his "Tom Mesdantes Compton ami George lower, Thursday night. Mr. Mr and Mrs Charlie Rob Connift left Thursda) to report lor parent ami Mrs. Tower came from their Trunk I'ayne and Mr. Krnest f. imp- K I'herson. (ia. duty at I t buu it home in Ohio to relative-- . Hex oi motored, (O Bniey- Misse- - Beverly Mis Mania Board is visiting her tain and Naomi remains vveie taken to (Ivvcnsburo ior ivitle.' Wednesday . . I. uncle. Mi Sam Moredock o( Owens ol Mi- ol Braiil were hui lal .. hot i'iggott last will. Ir, ncl Ues: l.dgar T. Haulaway Y M' C A , Mr W T received a let Prof II R Kirk a are. Mapksing1 congratulations Ot) the' worker at Wesl Joillt Is speeding, cv- ter from' his son, Grovei who is in County Cit'i k Has a Daughter. arrival oi a so aT Jama's RUiot, ll eral (lavs with Mrs Kirk ami daugh-- J England stating he anj gat Coiinty Clerk Arthm T. Heard and Misi'Berthf rOOfV vvito has bej' ting along line ter. Mrs.' Bcaid oi lardigebttrg aie flic vHrtiitg" Rer sister, Mrs Bircber of The following voting people havej Sam Glasscock plaited, his parents, happy recipients ui many ooagratukv Brandenburg has returned home. II Glasscock the tlous na the arrival ot a little daughter, returned home from school on ac Mr and Mis' Mrs D C Moorman has returned Misses week end Cestui oi the Hit epidemic Oct. is. She has been named " het lioine in Glen Dean alter a Mr Cook of near I ludsonv ille was Anna Lucile Beaul. Susie Thomas I'avnc. Helen Board.1 two weeks visit to her father, Mr Russell villc; Virginia Bandy. Ruth here Monday ciiionlc to Louisville It. i tarda waj 1RVINGT0N nii-v- j STEPHENSP0RT . I i I I GARFIELD - -t v Steph-inapnr- t. lia-b- was ot the "flu." Mr, Wade Drury has returned to Rev, S (i Shelley and Mrs. Shelley Lakeland. oi Columbia have been visiting their Mr and Mrs. W. G. Hardaway and sister Mrs. Mell Bennett They ac- son, W. G. Jr.. have returned to their companied by Mrs. Bennett are visit- home in West Point ing at their old home with Mr. and Miss Leah Meador has returned to Mrs Mose Bennett. her home in Big Spring after a brief Mr Pierce Hardaway and sister, visit with Mrs. Boyd Keith. Mrs. D. (.'. Moorman visited Mrs. K. Mrs. Boyd Keith and mother. Mrs. A Strother in lii Spring Sunday. B. S. Wilson are visiting relatives in Mesdemes s J, McCoy, Klla Comp- Grecnaburg. ton and Mary Heauchainp were the Miss Laura Mell Stith spent TuesKiiests oi Mrs Wade Drury. 'Tuesday. day night with Miss Mary Heron who Mis-e- s Mary Louise Hardaway of is at home from the State University. Logan College and Wilda Tfiplett. Miss Evelyn Beard Gross who has teacher at Raymond are at home. been attending the Louisville Girls Their schools being closed on account High School is at home. in I'aul Wilson of llramlenburg our midst Tuesday t I i Notice to Tax Payers Your taxes are now due. I will be at the following places and hope to Please remember the meet you. dates and don't fail to come. a- I at McDaniels Tuesday Oct. 29th Glen Dean Wednesday Oct. 30th I will be la-- Rockvale i BEWLEYVILLE Thursday Oct. 31st Will be in my office in Cloverport every Saturday.. I vi-- Vjeb-te- t 1. ...... j (ire-gor- -- W. ' C. PATE Deputy Sheriff , . I IS Breckinridge County I i i r : 1 . Jntf 21 ' l i ... jb