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The Breckenridge news: November 13, 1918 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1918 brc1918111301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 13, 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 8 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1918 $1 50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 6 Months. No. 20 VOL. XLIII. Pages WORLD WAR ENDS Germany Signs Armistice Terms Making The Greatest Struggle Of The World's History Cease. Complete II, 1918 Surrender Of Enemy. Thousands Of American Guns Fired The Parting Shot To The Germans November FUNERAL OF MRS. F. WEATHERHOLT I CLOVERPORT CELEBRATES END OF WAR IN A HAPPY FASHION Victory Girls Bazar In Hardinsburg. N'ext Saturday Nov. IXth, Hardins- KY. AVIATOR Jno. D. Babbage Is With Miller Saw Trimmer Co. HELD MONDAY Men, Women And Children Join In With The Noise And burg will have a great sale of articles Stores Take A Half HoliTumult Of A Peace Rally. made by the Victory Girls and will Remains Brought Here From be held in Hardinsburg next Saturday. One Accident Occurs In Evening. Bakersfield, Cal. Interred day afternoon. All the money earned Monday, Nov. 11, 191S was truly people of the town. Several colored Cloverport Cemetery. will he, pledged by the girls to the Cloverporters red letter day. known of old for their conservative-ness- , did not celebrate Friday afternoon when the unofficial peace rumors conie here over the wire, but all that was left undone that day was fully made for on Monday upon hearing the news that the world war had really ended. At seven o'clock A. M. the church bells begun to ring. Whistles blew one loud shriek after another. Then the men took up the strain and sent forth regular Indian war hoops; and so great was the emotion that pretty soon. all the inhabitants, including men women and children and even babies were all down on Main street having one grand and glorious time weeping and laughing, yelling and screaming; waving flags, beating tin pans, wash-tub- s and most anything they could find that would make a noise so loud that it seemed as if the echo would travel across the continent straight through to Berlin. Shop Men Parade While the crowd was standing in the two minfront of the isters, Rev. W. O. Rickard and Rev. A. N. Couch called the people to a few moments of prayer and there under the heaven's blue sky, these ministers offered the most reverent and grateful prayers while the crowd remained with heads bowed. At the conclusion of this, the L. H. & St. L. shop men came marching up Main street and as they marched on through to the East End of town the crowd which had gathered at the e joined in the parade, with on impromptu band leading the procession. It was a memorable sight. One parade that every one noticed was the one formed by the colored a post-office, post-offic- women got together with their mandolins and guitars carrying flags of the allies, and marched through the streets in as splendid triumphant order as one could imagine for they too had sons and brothers "Over-There- " who had helped to bring the victory. Stores Have By noon, all of the people werl so worked up and overcome with excitement that getting down to business seemed a physical impossibility so the merchants and bankers voluntarily agreed to make it half holi day, and at one o'clock' you could not have purchased a box of matches, the lid was on so tight. The majority of shop men took the Half-Holida- day off too. WAR It is a good business and it is patrimonths lonely and sad. who had felt love, devotion and otism to hold your Liberty bonds. affection, nearby were friends, for ' enemies he had none, who throbbed with feelings of pity for the bereaved TO ' ones for only in the July previous had he left them to do service beneath BRECKINlose it. the stars and stripes. Rev. Meng conducted the funeral COUNTY IN MEMORY service beneath the canopy of the FUND heaven's blue sky and over the grave OF pronounced the last benediction of An Important Message In ReHENRY E. HAYCRAFT. ON IN respect. Thus the death of a soldier gard To The Victory Camboy brought forth a more loyal citizHenry Everett Haycraft enship, and a nobler patriotism to paign On This Week. SWING Ever and anon events transpire to wave its force on down through the make the good people of Breckinridge ages until in the great beyond it reThe War Fund Campaign is now on Solicitors Are Busy And Col- county realize the tearfulness of the ceives its reward before the throne and every girl in the county should be ready to do what she can to Earn lections Fairly Good For In the path of the world's of God. war. and Give to this great War Fund, dread scourge stalks another assistFirst Two Days. Every girl who gives something no ant of the grim reaper an epidemic ,,f MmMmmm with it toll of death. Thus matter how little is enrolled as a : a f AS late as nionuay evening, iui. Victory Girl and priviledged to wear are returned to us in the palor of a D. B. Phelps who wears the "Official" casket our dear boys who have conCAUSE the Victory Girls' button and to have a window card in her home badge as chairman and solicitor for secrated their lives to the service of C. OWEN No girl in Breckinridge county OF the United War Fund Campaign in their country. Often and frequently wants to be left out. Sign the pledge this city, reported his. collections fori with admiration shining through the card and earn money and be a Victears do we see our citizens gather to Sunday and Monday amounting WLr. Phelps has assisting him in the tender to the deroes that loyal patrio- Last Member Of Immediate tory Girl. You don't have to pay your pledge until March 1st but you campaign, Mr. Sapp and Mr. Albert tic tribute which makes the world Family. Buried Near must see your local chairman in Cockerill who has the L. H. & St. akin. Fathers, mothers, sisters, broBoyhood Home. charge and get your pledge card And with these thers, friends and enemies join in L. shops territory. from her. are Mrs. Frank Ferry, Chairman of this world wide respect for the boy Here are some ways for you to Mr. Robert C. Owen, age 74 years, and Mr. David in khaki who has made the supreme the Women Workers died at the home of his nephew, Mr. earn the money: B. Phelps Chairman of the "Victory sacrifice. In the large cities to the tramp of R. Sidney Owen of Hardinsburg Knitting Girls." The latters assestment being the soldier the funeral dirge of the Route No. 1, Tuesday, Nov. 5th. His Crocheting poo. Cloverport's quota is $100. So far band and a salute with taps from death was due to infirmites of age, All fancy work Taking orders for Xmas magazines the people have responded generously his Company; are heroes borne away; hastened by a cancer of the face Mr. Owen's remains were taken and Xmas trees and it is generally believed they will but not less majestic nor less feelingto his boyhood home, Davidson's Selling nuts, eggs, chickens, butter responsibility. ly patriotic was the scene at not fail to meet their when Henry Everett Haycraft Ferry on Rough creek, for burial on Simple sewing and mending Tell the grownups you want to arrived Oct. 28th at his old home Wednesday. Rev. J. E. Meng had Farm Tractor Demonstrator depot amid the rumbling of his fun- charge of the service and there was earn money for the War Fund Drive reOwing to the influenza epidemic eral train whose engine throbbed sen- a large concourse of friends present and no real man or woman will sitively, whose bell tolled mournfully, to pay the last tribute of repect to fuse you. which eliminated all public gatherings esSign the pledge cards and tell all indoors and out. the farm tractor whose steam sounded as the wail of this man who was held in high Thit was to have some wild animal in the distant forest teem by all who those with whom he your friends to do the same. demonstration which is for all girls from 10 to 25 years. been held some two or three weeks in the stillness of the night hovering associated. Mr. Owen was a bachelor, and the YOUR QUOTA IS $540.00 GIRLS. ago, on Mr. Tom Beard's farm near over its dead offspring. Quietly with the awe of sacredness was his body son of Mr James Owen. He was also OVER THE TOP TO VICTORY. Hardinsburg, was postponed. Any girl who wishes to send in any However it was made known yes- borne to the spot outside a church a first cousin of the late Dr. J. T. expression of the young Owen of Cloverport. He is the last article to the Victory Girls Bazar at terday that the demonstration is to door where Saturday may do h held this time on Wednesday, Nov. man's true worth might be given their member of the immediate family to Hardinsburg next meaning. Nearby resting on be taken; his brother, W. J. Owen so and full credit will be given on demonfullest The go, at Mr. Beard's farm. ago. your pledge and credited to your stration i being supervised by B. F. the arm of the father was the mother having died about a year Mr. Owen made hi home with Mr. local quota. Mark all articles plainly Hardinsburg, with who bore him into the world on Beard & Co., of your name and the price desired the view of getting Breckinridge March the 37th lH'Ji about 24 years and Mrs. R. Sidney Owen. He was with L. D. Jones, interested in farm ago; nearby was a brother in khaki during his prime of life, a very suc- and send in care of Mrs. county farmers farmer and was known Hardinsburg not later than next Fri well as fond cessful The meeting is gratis to all and other brothers as tractor day iNov ltith.) titter; nearby wat a young beauti throughout Breckinridge county. who desire to attend. ful wife of a few The day's celebration was carried on into the evening. Another parade formed after the evening's mail opened, and those who were not parading were either helping or watching the big bon fire where at least $25 worth ot gun powder was exploded. The supply of blank cartridges must have been exhausted too, from the way the pistols and shot guns were fired during the day. Only One Accident. A celebration such as this one sel dom ever takes place unless some one doesn't get hurt. Unfortunately it was typical of the day, for one young man was seriously hurt. The accident happened in the even- Tousey ing when a young boy, Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers had his face considerably burned from a powder explosion. It was stated that young Rogers had his face over one of the powder cans and in place of lighting the fuse, he drop- ped th match in the powder. One eye was seriously burned and he may The remains of Mrs. Mary Gibson Weatherholt. wife of Mr. Frank Weatherholt. who died of pneumonia Saturday Nov. --'nd in Bakersfield. Cal., was held from the residence of Mr. Weatherholt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weatherholt at --'::10 Rev. A. M. Couch, pastor o'clock. of the Cloverport Baptist church and of which the deceased was a member conducted the services, and interment followed in the Cloverport cemetery. s were: Messrs Tom The Carter, Lafe Beben, Mike Tucker. Wilbur Chapin, Ruther Bate ami Byron Whitehead. The remains arrived here Monday morning accompanied by Mr. WeathRandall erholt and his brother, Weatherholt and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson of Prospect, Ky. Besides her husband and baby daughter. Mary William Weatherholt and parents, Mrs. Weatherholt leaves a brother, Edison Gibson who is in Radio service of the U. S. N. She also had a large connection of relatives in Breckinridge county. Those who attended the funeral from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson, Miss Angie Gibson of Irvington, Hewitt Gibson of Webster Lieut. John Gibson and Mrs. Gibson of Camp Taylor, Louisville, and Mrs. J. E. Gibson of Prospect, Ky., Miss Gency Wills of Louisville and Mrs. Elmer King of Irvington. pall-bear- United War Fund Campaign. Coffee and sandwiches hot choclatc and cakes will be served during the after- noo n. Fancy work articles, crocheting, Utting, aprons, bags, dolls, pies, cak- es. salads and jellies all kinds of farm products, nuts, cut flowers and plants will be sold. There will he a grab bag too and orders will be taken for Xtnas cards and Xmas magazines. Everybody come in at the sign of the Blue Tangle next Saturday after noon. ' Hold Your Liberty Bonds. Some concerns are endeavoring to persuade patriotic Liberty bond holders, whom they know will not sell outright their Liberty bonds, to turn over their Liberty bonds to these companies as security for a loan and with the money thus borrowed purchase stock in their companies A Liberty loan bond is the safest investment in the world, an a prudent man will very carefully investigate any effort to inducehim to exchange it for a less safe investment. This lending one money or. L'herty bonds as security to purchase stock in the lender's company is in many cases only a thinly disguised method of exchanging stock of doubtful value for Liberty bonds of unquestioned value. j ' THE GIRLS OF RIDGE ' DRIVE FULL HERE An announcement has been received df the appointment of Jno, D. Babbage, Jr as New England manager for the Miller Saw - Trimmer Compaajjy Mr. Babbage will take care of the interests of that compony Near Mrs. Beardsley's Home in Massachusetts. New Hampshire. Who Is Also A Kentuckian Vermont, Maine and Rhode Island, and will maintain headquarters at From Lodiburg. 1!1 High street. Boston. Massachusetts. Mr. Babbage is a native of A clothespole planted in the rear Kentucky and a practical printer. He ' lawn of the home of Henry D. Lott. has a wide acquaintance among printat No. 51) Ocean avenue. Brooklyn, ers throughout the East and South, brought about the deaths of First which territory he covered for many ' Lieutenant E. H. Austin and Second years as sales represenative. with ' headquarter! in Buffalo, and more reLieutenant Charles L. Kenny, Jr., cently in Washington The Inland United States army aviators, when Printer. they sought to make a forced landing of their airplane there shortly before Id o'clock this morning. The aviators from the Mitchcl Field, at ailneota, had been manuevr-inover the I'latbush section of Brooklyn from early morning. Once they had been driven to a landing in Prospect Park by engine trouble, but Wm. Hart in "Riddle Gawyne' promptly took the air again. A second time the missing of the Will Be At The Opening engine caused them to land on the of Bushman Theatre. Parade Grounds south of Prospect Nothing daunted, they made Park. Some of the world's most famous another ascent and still another demovie stars will be in Cloverport this scent on the Parade Grounds. Not in reality of course, but winter. Thousands See Crash. Cloverport will get to see them at By this time their flying was being bewatched by thousands of persons their best when they are acting fore the movie camera. from the streets and homes, and hunMr. Oscar Holder who is manadreds had flocked to the Parade Boh-le- r men ger, and a partner of Mr. Thos Grounds. These saw the two in the Bushman Theatre, more start the engine of the big observarecently known as the American Thetion airplane a Curtiss J. N. H.-atre, has closed a 3fl weeks contract equipped with an Hispanola engine with the Paramount Company. Durand once again soar skyward. They had gone up only about ing that course of time such stars as PaulitM Fredrick, Vivian Martin, Wal500 feet when the humming of the lace Reid. George Behan, Chas Ray, engine came to a sudden stop. Once F.nid Bennett. Dorothy Dalton, Ros-co- e or twice its cylinders barked errati("Fatty") Arbuckle. Mary Pick-forcally as Leiutenant Austin, piloting Douglas Fairbanks and Win. S. the machine, tried to get it running. in an uiuisi.' When he found he could not he Hart will be shown selection of pictures which will be tried to volplane back to the Parade in quality. Grounds about ten blocks away, but entirely varied The first star engagement will be was decending too machine the Win. S. Hart in "Riddle Gawyne" a swiftly. barely bit of Western story. rushing down, It went On account of the influenza epidskimming the roof of the Erasmus High School, circled the spire of the emic ban not being lilted the movies begin this week, but as soon Dutch Reformed Church at Church will not ban is lifted the picture show and Flatbush avenues, shot over Al- as the pilot pluckly nights will be Tuesday. Thursday and place. KILLED IN B'KLYN FAMOUS MOVIE g STAR TO BE IN CLOVERPORT 4 d. bemarle The Saturday. above ineiiitioned and cool in his extremity, selected the likely place for a picture will be shown the opening Lott lawn as the night which will lie announced later. landing in some degree of safety. Then, the INFIRMITES i DEATH j R. $3-3- . j Pole Brings Disaster. Doubtless he and Lieutenant Kenny would have escaped injury beyond a rough shaking up, for Lieutenant Kenny had the controls in command and was bringing the airplane's nose up so that its rear wheels might touch the ground with the right balance, when the clothespole interposed to cause a fatality. The clothes pole thrust through the tail planes which ripped and snapped and just as the machine touched the ground it was thrown heavily to one side. The fuselago overturned, burying the aviators, locked in their seats beneath it, and crushed their heads. of a There was hardly ajyork minute before rescurers on the wreckage, led byCTeal J. Lyons, of Engine Company No. --'7U, who witnessed the accident. With the assistance of J. H. Lyons, a newsdealer at the Church avenue station of the B. R. TH he lifted the body of Lieutenant Austin free of the wreck- - MRS. SUE TYDINGS SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA Was A Decendant of 1st President's Half Brother. Born In Breckinridge. Mrs. Sue Tydings, HO years old, widow of Dr. Joseph Tydings, died of pneumonia. Saturday Nov yth at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F E. Cogswell, 170H Stevens avenue. Mrs. Tydings was born in Double tlloss vc Springs, Breckinridge county. She half-broth- ang. in was the daughter of Henry and Catherine Robinson Washington, a of George Washington. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Annie Beard and Mrs. E. C. Robin, both of Jackson, Miss; Mrs. Clifton Nock, of Louisville and a son, Lieutenant Kenny was so enmeshed the ensnarled wires and ruins of the fuselage that Nolan sent a call to With police the Fire Department. aiding the body of the tnachins soon Continued on page Get A Foot Mashed ' Richard Tydings of Louisville. A brother. Bate Washington and two sisters, Mrs. Annie Herndou and Mrs. Mary Munford. all of whom reside in Irvington, also survive. Mrs. Tydings was a member of the Broadway Methodist church. F'uneral arrangements have not been made. Courier-Journa- l. Mr. Sam Jones, a yard man of the CARD OF THANKS. L. H. & St. L. R. R. shops it confinWe wish to thank all friends who ed to his home on Bishop Hill on account of having a mashed foot were so kind during the recent illwhich occured at the shops Friday ness and death of our dear uncle, afternoon. His foot wat caught in R. C. Owen. The Family. the turn table. PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 13. 1918 F Victory Sales For November In these rioriotia dnvi ol vlctOfy, you will lc nxrc tempted to Inn clothe ;uid take an entire new leas on life. Before going anywhere eNe. we urge you to visit our store and get prices on all merchandise, product and boMfkoM goods. Look what we have adver- - GARFIELD j Bruner and were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Jim Kennedy. Smith is real sick with ii tor H influenza. Mr Sale of Owensboro, was here last week prospecting. Mrs. Martha Macy had as her guests Sunday, Misses Lydia and Ollie Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Davis. Mrs. J B. Whitworth is visiting her sister, Mrs. Andrew Gier of Louisville.. Mr. Kichard I'enick had a sale of Mr tnd Mrs Jess daughter. Cathleen UNUSUAL tiscd here A ' MEN'S SHOES line (if good heavy soled LADIES SHOES We have good comfortable Work shoes shoes for women with iw heels and soft pliable soles. Dressy shoes in button and lace with medium heels and pointed toes. CHILDRENS SHOES School shoes for boys OPPORTUNITY and shoes that will withstand all kinds of weather sires. Let u Come in all tit you. try and girls. Something that will prove satisfactory for every occasion. All sizes and most every style. I desire the assistance of at least one man in this comm- RUBBER GOODS Rainnihher Don't. coats, rubber boots and overliny them while they shoes are here HIDES new STOVES Drum $4.T."i. Have line of jii- -t received a Our Ol place is headquarters pay stoves price l $!.7'i to fof buying produce hides and all kinds We coal coal-oi- highest pipes, buckets and stove lamps and good prices in cash or trade. burners. household goods and farming implements. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dowell and! baby, Mr. Levy Norton. Mrs. Gracy Norton .uicl son. Glen were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Kennedy, Sunday. Mr. kamsey of Custer was the guest of Mr. J. H. Glasscock, Thursday night enroute home from Louisville. or part of his time-o- n a financial proposition of great merit. unity-all I am willing to arrange un-su- al R. W. JONES, U.S. HAS WORLD'S RECORD IN Glen Dean, Ky. AT ALL TIMES WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR PRODUCE WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE SHIPBUILDING In First Real Battle Of Yanks With Huns. During Cctober 27 Vessels of I'vt Ettel Manning who is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Manning of 398,108 Dead Weight Tons Mooleyville say that he was in the Were Produced. first real battle between the Yanks Duns, and altho he has been in c. Nov, A new and Washington, several since then, the first will never world's record in shipbuilding was A letter to bis mother set by the shipyards of America in be forgotten. savs The month's production October. Dear Mother: I received your rctecll of 3M.1M was seventy-sevelead weight tons, according to I Mini- - letters yesterday, and was indeed marv made public by the Shipping glad to Hear Irom you. I regret very Tim high mark beats I BlttCR to say that I havn't written to Board the best previous record held by you tot several weeks, but I am kept America in September by nearly SO.- - unite busy and my opportunities for (XXI tons. The total production for writing with any comfort are few. ' the Shipping Hoard, including two Mama your letters certainly were steamships delivered by Japan- - ' tcrcsting I believe you gave all of ese yards working on contract, were the new s of the neighborhood, which seventy-nin- e vesses of 4IS,'.i(is dead is music to my ears. I had a letter from Mrs. Nettie Lewis of Stephens- weight tons New records will have to be made lort. Ky.. saying that she read my News, in November and December to pass letter in The Breckenridge the estimated production of ;; Ml.liuu Her letter was very much unexpected tons for the year till made by the owever greatly appreciated, and Shipping Hoard l'p to October :ti. have no conception of any letter to the production was .'.:;mi', .'!." tons. the county paper. I am very sorry to hear of Button There has been a steady increase in monthly totals, however, throughout having to go and I hope lie don't the year, and if this is kept up pro- have to cross the big pond, but if he duction will piss the mark set by a comes to France tell Lillian not to marry for he will return safely. I comfortable margin. October record production was am sure he will not go through the mi well and made In the face of the fact that in- - battles that I have and feeling tine fluenza incapacitated about oi the ship workers at some time' You ask me to write you some war ' i news. That is something I can not during the month No one can realize the horrors The October deliveries comprised forty-sevesteel ships of MMMjoi war and the hardships endured dead weight tuns, thirty wood ships 'only those who are really on the field, of inr.'uo dead weight tons and WO j " read the papers you can see composite ikipi of 7, Sun dead weight what the American boys are doing, tons. The American total alone ex- - 1 am a "Marine" as you know and was the first real battle ever fought ceeds by lis.'.mi dead weight tons the output oi mean going ship- - m this between the Huns and Yanks. The country m ItU and PUS It betters thought of getting out alive sounded r high mark in American ""I1 "sible and the scene I will never ti e shipbuilding, the total (of bv forget, but many of us survived. Have It also been in several since but none tpiite I13.U3 dead weight toils. surpasses the British record for any so severe. d not want you to worry about month by 109,307 de id weight tons. Once more tie Pacific coast led lnt This is only a game with many liver- - and am just as good a all sections oi the country in shipbuilding Deliveries from California, player as an one of them. Mother Washington and Oregon' totalled you have f uir sons and only tacrine of them for a short time lor thirty vessels of 190,40 dead weight "K am proud to know tons. Along the Atlantic coast there L & A. and were completed and delivered seven- - that I am the one representing the family as a Marine in ;o.imio dead weight Manning teen vessels oi : n ; y I I one-third they also raise potatoes, popcorn, tobacco, wheat, oats and rye. I haven't written to Jasper since I arrived here think I shall write t day as it is Sunday and we will have no drill. Well I can say we are among the best people I ever saw since we left the I'. S. A. They will do any thing for us they can. I would give anything it could talk to them, but am learn ing a few words and can talk to them some, and I am learning new words every day. The people all wear woollen shoes. Work cattle instead of horses, use carts instead of wagons Their ways are so odd to me. We got good news from the front j The flu epidemic is being realised more fully in our country than ever before as several cases have developed since the last issue of The Hreckenridge News. Mr. and Mrs. Ova Gray and two sons, Thomas and Robert Wayne were guests Sunday of the latter's mother. Mrs. Lucy Lyons of Custer. T. A. Gray and Jim Gray were in Louisville, last week. Pictures of Lt. R. W. Meador of Camp Hill, New I'ort News, 'a., were received by his relatives last week. Dr. Meador was one among many of our doctors who volunteered in tK:c Medical Corps. His many friends his home county will be delighted to hear he is well and doing well and looking fine. v remuneration for this work and can give cordial support and cooperation to the man who undertakes it. wish you would give this matter a thorough and complete investigation. Call on or address. If interested I JOHN M. SWEENEY No. 87 Tood Bldg. Louisville, Ky. & 88 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norton and family were guests Sunday of Mr. Dow ell. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. I. N, Gardner of Columbus. O.. were guests Friday of the latter's aunt. Mrs. William Carman and Mr. Carman. Mrs. Letha Dowell is sick at this w riting. tie Americans captured M ii Huns and took a very important fort they are taking towns after towns on a forty mile front and I think when this division gets up there they will soon decide the thing. Bat 1 like Prance best anyway. It is raining today. Wish it had stayed fair as there was to be church on the drill grounds and I was aiming to go. Tl'.ere is a lot of berries here. A bunch of us went out berry picking and had a fine cobbler lor supper. I hope you have gotten the cards landand letters I wrote you when We haven't gotten ed in England. any mail yet since we crossed but a letter from home would sure look good to me. They can get all the right wines they want but the strong drink is not to be drunk by the soldiers. W e are near a river where we can wash our clothes. Tell I'earl to write to me. Tell Ora I am anxious to hear from her. 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Haynes and two sons. Gordon and Garland. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dowell. Mr. and Mrs. Kris LeGrand, Mrs. Lucy Haynes and Mr. Charlie Dowell formed a surprise birthday party Sunday for Mrs. W. H. LeGrand. Mrs. Cora I'riest was in Louisville last week. 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. THE CHRISTMAS PACKAGE RULINGS. Washington, Nov. 7. Parcel post packages of Christmas gifts for Xmerican soldiers and members of the Red Cross and other civilian organizations serving with the British, French or other armies in the field against Germany will be accepted by- postmasters for shipment over-sea- s up to November M, and the senders will not be requested to furnish a War Trade Board export license for their mailing. SERVICE 'Our Aim Is To Please" SAFETY FIRST STATE BANK W. J. Piggott, President J. M. Herndon, Vice President J. C. Payne, Cashier J. D. Lyddan, Asst. Cashier IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. " Tell all hello for me. lire-wa- llt, The houses and barns are built of concrete and rock and have tile roofing. The people drive their geese and sheep to the pasture and sit il wn and knit and watch them out oi the crop as there is not much fence. Love to all and I w ill close. Answer toon. Your loving son, Ira, Co. I. :i.;:.th Inf. A. E. F. France A. P, O. 1I0S. I I ' I I The (neat tons delivered twenty-one Likes ton. shipyards I Fiance. ;:t,-M- Q es I had a letter from I'auline of From the Elder tome few days past and will (iulf States tame nine vessels of XI,- - answer the lust opportunity. Her letter was qaitC a surprise and was M dead weight tons. vessels dead weight a Judge Slack's Nephew Cited For Bravery. Mis James Montgomery, ol Elite-betbtow- Ky , received word yesterday that her son. Lieut Col. J. C. .Montgomery, a member of the staff of General Liggett. In Prance, lias been signally honored lor bravery on the field of battle and has been promoted to the rank of C olonel Colonel Montgomery's ieat was He has read before his regiment heel serving jg PrMCf for some time and has taken part in many A Letter From Ira D. Stone. He was I'M Ira D Stone, son of Mrs. C. engagements. important conspicuous in the battle of Chateau W Stone of Mi Daniels is in France t ol Montgomery married and in this letter to his mother he Thierry the daughter of the late General trieil to tell her how his Regiment His father, Judge was in Fngland. but the Censor Fitzhugh Lee. James Montgomery, of KlizabcthtOWg evidently thought it was best for it is seriously ill at Sts Mary ami Eliz- not to be known as that was scratchabeth Hospital, and during his illness ed out. Dear Home bulks: As we are now his wife is visiting her sister. Mrs Philip M. O Bryan, MM Cherokee settled down I will write to you. I road. Col. Montgomery is a nephew am well and hope this will find you of Judge K W Slack, of Owensboro all well. 1 like this country fine and the and Judge of the Circuit Court of the climate is great as it never gets cold Owensboro district. Louisville here. The principle crop it grapes 1 pleasure to read Tell Viola will write her soon, and will pay her a isit in Louisville one of these days. I attended mass Thursday A. M. Tell papa and the children that I can not write to them all so they will have to get their news from you. I will have to close as my time is up Hoping that you are all happy and assuring you that am in the best of health. remain. Your loving son. Ktsel. Slst Co. Sth Ncgt U, S M. C American Exp. Force, France. 1 Sergt. Head Writes From "Over-Theie.- " Sergt Jasper Head of the Mtth Division now in Prance, is the son of Mr and Mrs. W. N. Head of Lodi-bur- g He w rites that he hasn't picked the French lingo yet but he thinks that if the cows and chickens and a few of the other inhabitants of that land can jabber it, possibly he can. Sgt. Head tells some interesting things of the old country in the following letter to his mother: Dear Mother: We are at last peacefully located in our Allied country, and are feeling fine, plenty to eat, candy and tobacco if one cares for it. I am strong on the candy. I have had an opportunity of seeing quite a lot of this country and it is very interesting though different from ours. The people are inclined to old customs such as wooden shoes and plowing with cows and hauling on The people two wheeled wagons. think lots of the American soldiers and will do anything for us. The children take up with us and learn They are very Knglish very fast. smart and rather pretty. I know very few French words so far lt seems quite a jabber to me but the geese, ducks, cows and chickmay learn. ens seem to know it so wrote you a letter some time ago suppose you got from England It. The country of England is very pretty. The farms are small but more like well kept gardens, none is left idle. The residences are very pretty but I did not like the cities as well as ourt. Continued on page 7 1 1 1 NOTICE TAX PAYERS I will be at the following places on the following dates: Hudson, Saturday, Nov. 9, 1918 Bewleyville, Monday, Nov. 11, 1918 Big Spring (morning) and Rosetta (afternoon) Tuesad, Nov. 12, 1918 Mook, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1918 Garfield, Friday, Nov. 15, 1918 Custer, Saturday, Nov. 16, 1918 McQuady, Monday, Nov. 18, 1918 Please meet me at these places and be prepared to settle. Respectfully, J. I B. CARMAN SHERIFF, BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY V NOVEMBER 13, 1918 HOC THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Pvt. Basham Tours The Country. I'vt Owtn Basham of Sample who at the time of the first registration in l!U7 was living in California and re-- I frittered out there. Later on he derided he wanted to return home and so was transferred to the local board in Hardinsburg, and it was then his tour of the country commenced. PAGE 3 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Bids will be received at the Court House in Hardinsburg on Saturday, Xm ember K. wis. at one o'clock P. M by ti e Hardinsburg I'iscal Court for the completion of the Pike now being constructed between Hardinsburg and Garfield, a distance of 7 miles The dirt work on said pike it completed I'lans and specifications will be found on file in the County on REAL WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR BISCUITS d If you want to buy a Once More Says Mr. Hoover. General Relaxation Of Food Situation Expected Shortly. ' Judges OffiCC, Washington, Nov. rt White bread farm call or write made wholly of wheat flour will be available lOOfl (or the peopW "I the United Stales according to expectations expressed by Food Comniission- - er Hoover The withdrawal of Austria from the war and the in t he Medelimination of iterranean, has permitted the reopening of shipping routes from England Court. and France to the wheat markets of LIEUT. BAKER SENT TO CAMP SHERIDAN. India and Australia. Immense County Attorney of stocks of wheat for export are stored Among the one hundred and four Leitchfield Marries. in the ports of both of the latter Chaplain Candidate who were gradcountries. , Hardinsburg. Ky .. Nov. It. (SpecShipment of grain into England uated Thursday, Nov. 7, from the Kentucky. Hardinsburg. and France from other sources than Chaplains School at Camp Zachary ial) J. T. Baa ha HI, County Attorney the United States, it was stated, will Taylor as Sad Lieutenants of the of Leitchfield and Miss Kflie Saddler increase the volume of wheat flour United States Army, was Mr. Wesley a County School Superintendent of available for consumption at home Leroy Baker, former pastor of the Grayson county, were married in and permit the diversion of the quan- - Cloverport Methodist church, Louisville. Friday morning Nov. I Seventy-fiv- e of the candidates re-- ! Mr. Basham was until a year ago, a ities here to the peoples of southern immediate Oversea orders, practicing lawyer of this place. and eastern Europe, who have been ceived i Mr. Pan I Basham. Circuit Clerk of cut off from outside assistance until while the rest will !e assigned camps in the United States. L . !cinridgc county attended the peace conference were arranged. Negotiations are now in progress Baker's orders read to Camp She for utilizing the merchant vessels of Ala. He with Mrs. Baker will Lieut. Meatier At Camp Hill. n on Austria, in the transportation of food in Kentucky and be at the cam HOC HOE 'amp Hill. Newport News, Va. materials from other countries for the Nov. SS. D. Baboage, Clove-po:?ov. t. i:is Mr. Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: You people there. While the programme Mrs. Matilda Moorman of Clover- Kentucky Aviator .ill find enclosed money order for Penick Homestead S d. of the Food Adniinistr .tion here in LANDING port was in town Tuesday. So cts which pleats send me the Killed In Brooklyn. the matter has not been made known News. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp moved it is believed the Austrians will obtain Camp Hill Hardinsburg, Ky., Nov '1 (Sp located on James rivContinued from first pae. It never was our intention to be- to Tell City last week. er about :.' miles from Newport much of the needed supply of food ial) Mr. R. H. Penick r.n I Mr. Va. The river at the largest News so". point William Gilbert was in Louisville w" from countries hat roduced large come an aviator but last Sunday we Is 7 miles wide and is navigable for ! I Kenny taken out. He was David Penick held thei- t Frilast Monday. large crops last summer but have rid into Cloverport on a dreamy eyed the largest boats. We examine from unconscious. ias i h)1 been unable to export any part of day. The old home ... Mrs. C. A. limns was in Llover - , 1,000 to :. unci soldiers every week, for mule of course her name was Maud. Dr. V incent Gallagher, of No. gffi r.er-sea- s v ho Besides leave about 1,000 them because of the shortage of the hands of Ralph H port, ursa. Ocean avenue who had seen the fall She seemed to like the town alright men in elect service to look after. poaaeaaion this we k Mrs. C. J. Fella, Addison and Mrs. of the )ig ajrpiane, arrived quickly vessels. We have 10 p' leans on our staff Kight till we met an automobile. A general relaxation in the entire Ida Nottingham, Lodiburg were the in his motor car. Mr. R. H. I'eni ill ; nd the Every man is assigned so much to He pronounced food sitnation of the world is looked disgusted with city life guests Tuesday of Mrs. W. J. Schopp. there she got Austin dead and directed the placing for by winter with his 1 " ;, ::. " O. do and he must do it. nothing is left Mr. Hoover as a result of the undone Wit' kindest and best Samuel Ahl says she riz and flew. William Chenault and family mov- - of Kenny in an auto which raced to nd ."'ortn m. Your friend, Lt. reopening of the shipping channels. Penick of Hodg to vim when we passed Quiggins store he ed Thursday to Owensboro. Kings County Hospital. Hut he the Mr David R. W. Meador. and one of the first results will be Penick of BufTai , .h thought it was some death dealing Miss Rbuelina Dowell, Union Star died on the journey, reducing the quanity of substitutes. Penick will join Mrs. i enic! ivha When you have backache thrlivrr or kidmachine that bad broke through the was the guest Thursday of her bro- Showed Splendid Control, neys are sure to he uut of gear. Try Hindenburg line. Postmaster Chas. ther, O. W. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell. teaching in the Cloverport I'u Supreme Court Justice Benedict IN MENORIAM. Lightfoot says when the wreck passit does for the r'- - In loving memory of our dear school, and daughter. Miss Margaret bladder. A wonders fide hotlleliver, kidneys and Miss Katherine Shellman, Holt was whose honle is PPositc the will trial convince ed him with the aid of a field glass ,H'C" a" Penick. you., guest Friday of her cousins, Miss- - dence in cean avem:e- hai1 fief 't at the drug store. daughter, Mildred Beatrice Merritt. he mistook it for a wireless telegram the interested observer of the manoeuvers who departed this life October 14. Dr. Charlie White says that he didn't es Viola and Lula Dutschke. THE IRVINGTON HERALD Congratulations are being received of the abators and saw the.r tragic j 1918. have on his glasses but he was an by Mr. and Mrs. Mort Brumfield on ,a" Oh sad and sudden w as the call. J. W. WILLIS, Editor and Publisher areoplane with a kite attached. When heard subsequent," he said. a son. on Nov. 1 For our dear Mildred loved by all we passed Ray Fate's he was singing the birth of Published Every Friday. landing at the Parade-MisMrs. Graham Jolly and daughter, "t,,at We little thought that on that day, Goodbye Pa, Goodbye Ma, Goodbye Grounds the fliers told the police-Frida- j Vera of Cloverport were guests day, Mul with the Haw hee haw. When uere engine Our clear darling would bo experiencing of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Blain. the' called we got back to Cloverport Dr. Wed-di- g ouMe. but until the final misfor- SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dr. O. E. Ferguson returned from away. asked us if that exhibition was wouW Mot 1,ave been sus" thls Louisville. Friday. Year 8 Months 3 Mos. free. We told him yes if we got by W,M' and daring had We loved her yes we loved her Dr. R. I. Stephenson of Hardins- - PcUd' But Jesus loved her more, Breckinridge and Meade Counties .tlfl $l.'.j .35 without a fine it wouldn't cost the of their been tlu'ir 'a'"in.lat,on burg was in town Sunday. It was his will to call her home city a cent. At about l.:,o.i feet they airP"ane. Out of These Counties $ .."() 40 Mrs. Owen Shoemaker of Rome To yonder golden shore. Well boys its good night Kaiser. was the week end guest of her par had performed all the evolutions of Mildred is gone but not forgotten Do you know why? Zach Hardin of .limbing, volplaiug Never shall her memory fade, Holt, Lawrence Rush of Persimmon ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McCoy. Send Your Subscription to Mrs. Fannie Martin of Louisville ''anking and looping Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Flat, Benedict Elder of Hites Run, I judged they "On their last ascent William Dorst and John Nick Carter is spending this month at her home were about five hundred feet up when Around the grave where she is laid. THE IRVINGTON HERALD Sadly missed by her bather, Moth. . f' were all caught in the meshes of this near town. emcui cer- ,'"lc" " Irvington, Kentucky. Dr. W B Tavlor and Mrs Tavlor u,c,r er. Sisters and Brother. last draft. Say Bro. Lodiburg we of Irvington were at Morgan Hotel. tain they J""1 s,'ike, the roof 0 the have searched all the dictionaries but Erasmus High School and again the we can't find what kind of chicken Wednesday. F. B. Lacv of Ben- - spire of the Dutch Reformed Church Mr. and Mrs Now if its cooked chick you meant. Mrs.,and then ,hat thev wol,11 have '" try en you mean we will take ours dem- broke are guests this week of Lacy's brother, Rev. H. S. English a lamlin ta tl,e street at Aib,mri ocratic fried brown with good old .place. Ely jing Joe Greenwood and Mrs. English near Amnions. flour gravy. "The Pllot however with fine pres-o- f Mrs. Ollie Shellman and children says his brother, Leo broke into the Sample, were week end guests of,ence of mi,ul l"1''1 out the ,,lost rrace-- f dance this fall .nd danc-- s her aunt Mrs. W T. Cunningham available landing place for the cripplul as a cow. Go to it Leo we tackeo inacnine, anci ti is me greater pity led the dance when was about and Mr. Cunningham. W. J. Schopp had a furnace put in that an untoward circumstance the your age. But we found that our feet presence of a clothes pole! should his new home last week. was to large for the sport. We was Mrs. Efhe Robbins of Sample, is have caused the deaths of two brave tramping on either falling down young Americans." some girls toes or getting lost from the guest of her sisters, Mesdames I Lieutenant Charles L. Kenny, Jr., our partner so promade all. Good F. H. and J. B. Morgan. Dr. G. E. Shively was in Louisville whose home was in Covington, Ky., night. Joe Mulhatton.Jr. was attached to the First Provisional the first part of last week. Garden City. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mattiugly and Wing, Field No. left Saturday for Kirk where Lieutenant Austin of the Three Hunchildren Squadron. dred and they will be guests of relatives. a Miss Mable Shellman is the guest Company B. Hazelhurst Field, was of Boston. Wm. Gilbert was in Hardinsburg, this week of Miss Alberta Elder near Proof that Lieutenant Austin would Thursday. Cloverport. I in all probably have avoided a seMrs. Emma Weisenburg of CloverMr. and Mrs. E. A. Hardesty and rious accident but for the clothespole port was the Sunday guest of her children visited relatives near Webslay in the fact that the engine was parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks ter, Sunday. Shively who has been in Win. Mrs. A. B. Cash man and children not damaged and that the greatest Louisville the past two months re- are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smart damage to the plane was that caused I in extricating Lieutenant Kenny. turned Sunday. of Hites Run. This accident uccured within a few Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp returned from Louisville, Thursday. bo you get up at night? Sanol kj surely blocks of Mrs. C. M. Beardsley's Mrs. Fannie Martin of Louisville, the best for all kidney or bladder troubles. residence who was an eye witness to Mrs. Beardsley is ai is spending this mouth at her home Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from all back the scene. ache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. nricDaniels, Nov. 1918 Monday, near town. remedy. 50c and $1.U0 a buttle at Head of Lodiburg, Ky Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Tay- the drug storr lor of Irvington, were at the Morgan Glen Dean, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1918 Hotel, Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McClure were Rockvale, Wednesday, ( 9 a. m. ) Nov. called to their home at Corydon, Ky. last week to attend the funeral of Mr. 1918 McClure's brother, Roy who died at makes the loints ache and causes the afflicted person much misery. Camp Mci lrll.oi. Ala. For quick relief use Vanzant, Wednesday, (1 p. m. to Morgan Bros, with their families were Sunday guests of relatives at After coming to Kentucky the board called him and sent him back to Seattle, from there he was transferred to Oregon, thence to Cam) Merritt, N. J.. where he sailed for On rami the last of October, When be returns to the States, Pvt. I'. will have traveled a few miles at any rate. Said bids to be scaled and the bidder should be prepared to execute a certified check for $."(K) as guarantee of good faith. The court reserves the right to reject any and all bids Done by the order of Breckenridge Fiscal Court. October .'III. A T Beard, Attftt: Clerk, Breckenridge County BALL & ADKISSON j I 3 rt. CARTERS I " -- j I . C San-o- l, I I s y ta I nose-divin- 1 "" 1 1 T t YOUR LAST CHANCE! , STEPHENSPORT Fifty-secon- d Min-eol- am making my last round in collecting taxes. All persons who have not paid their taxes will be required to do so or else pay the penalty. Taxes must be paid now because have to settle with the State in full on the first day of December. will be at the following places on said dates. Meet me there! 25 Rheumatism 27, 3:30 Sample. Lfti RB McGLOTHI.AN Irvington, Ky. Sec- t BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT It Is a Powerful, Penetrating Remedy JAS. p. m.) Nov. 27, 1918 Dealers in New and ond Hand Goods normal conditions. Use it also for healing Cuts, Sores, Wounds, Burns, Scalds, relieving Stiff Neck, Lame Back or Sore Muscles. It rarely fails to give good results. The relief la prompt and very gratifying to the sufferer. It eases the joints and conveys a strengthening influence that soon restores W. C. PATE Deputy Sheriff Breckinridge County Will save you big money Come and see me. r. BALLABD, Proprietor. ST. LOUIS, NO. For sale by all Druggists PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE fiKWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 13, 1918 death angles JNO. D. BABBAOE. Editor and Publisher I laHtd the home of Andrew Gilbert ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. tad .ok from him his loving mother She was SO years old had been sick CLOVERPORT K Y7 W E D N ESDAY, NO V. 13. liua only a short time of flu. She leaves a husband and six children to mourn their loss, besides a great many other relatives. Those who survive are; Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months: ;;e for 0 months. Ym Colbert of Stephensport. Horace Business l ocals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Gilbert of Cloverport, Mrs. Nelson Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Miller of Hites Run, Mrs. John MilExamine the label on vour paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. ler of Tell City. Mrs. Ade Hawkins with near Stcphenport, Andrew NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When you have finished reading your whom she made her home. She was copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to a triend who is not devoted to her family and when death tubscriher; do not throw it away or destroy it. Oct M, at P, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IN MEMORIAM. M.. the SAD DEATH OF A BRIGHT LITTLE BOY Chas. EIGHT PAGES. Adkins Berry Dies Of Diptheria In Evansville Thursday. THE STRENGTH OF THIS BANK fl shown in its was spoken of she always said. "I am HONOR ROLL OF Roy Dowell r5 BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY William Bridwell Lewis Washington Herndon James Durbin Lonnie Durbin Lieut. Roy Evans Moorman Corp. Henry Byron Hall ready to go anytime the Lord calls me." She will be sadly missed by her many friends and relatives. She the shadows of evening laid to rest in the Cox graveyard, gather around their lonely door while alone they sit thinking of that sweet But smile they will see no more. some day they hope to meet her and this aching boid to fill. But now all they have is memory and that grass on that distant hill. Written by one who loved her and loves her still. Mrs. Clarence Maysey. ly THE INDESPENSABLE J i There is a very indespensable work going OH "Over-Ther- e work with but out end in nnong our American loldiers, view, and it is thai of trying to bring a hit of home life into the lives of ttlOM nun who have so unselfishly given up their home- - and gone a thousand miles away. This work which we mention, is being carried on by a number of organizations, each having its own mission to perform itch as that of making pies like mother makes; furnishing a library with good books and big easy chairs before an open grate; mntic and song; places of recreation where a soldier might forget for a time, the sound of shell and the sight of dead men; and last but by no means least, places are provided for the boyi to worship in the same belief as that in which they have been brought up in. Seven of these organizations, the Y. M. C. A., V. Y. C. A.. Knights of Columbus Salvation Army, American Library Association. W ar Camp Community Service and the Jewish Welfare Board, have all united in one big effort to raise for a war chest fund during this week. This sum to be used in providing these comforts and countless others can accurately desthat only the boys from "Over-Therto US after they come home. cribe ur count v will give $5,994.00 its quota and perhaps more. for the most thai each one of us will give will be nothing in campanson to what those have given whose names appear at the head of this column each week. -$17,-500,00- 0 e" ( order for the coming winter. From what we can gather farmers have taken advantage of the open season and are better prepared for the winter than they have been in many years. in Another thing we notice too is that farmers are using their brains more than they ever did and are finding out that it pays. They are buying and raising better stock and discarding the scrubs. They are studying their soils and putting life into their sick lands and making them profitable. Tom Beard is buying manure in car load lots and having it shipped in here from Camp Knox. And says it pays hime to do it. The wheat crop is the largest and best that Breckinridge county ever had. Some farmers are still sowing. o Little Charles Adkins Berry, only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Berry formerly of this place, but now residing at No. 3 Randall avenue. Evansville. lnd., died Thursday afternoon. Diptheria Nov. 7th at BiM o'clock. caused his death. He would have been four years old the thirteenth day of November. Little Charles' life was of short duration here, but he was loved by all with whom he came in contact, and will be sadly missed by mother, daddy and all of his relations. After a short funeral service at the grave which was conducted by Rev. Gabbert, pastor of the Seven Hills Baptist Church, his remains were interred in the beautiful Elmwood cem etery in Owensboro. The many friends of the family at Evansville, Cloverport and Owens boro sent many beautiful floral de signs. The parents have the sym pathy of the entire community in the Their loss loss of their little son. was God's gain. Those who attended the funeral from Cloverport were: Mr. and Mrs. Sr., Mrs. Clovis Bowlds, Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Berry. Jr., Mrs. T. N. Berry, Harry and Ralph Berry, Mrs. William Hoffious and Mrs. Jno. Ryan. S. R. Berry, management; hnsiness large capital and surplus j its efficient its power to serve and its growing Its Deposits Were on Nov. Sth, 1916, SS00.M3.0g Nov. Sth, 1916, $361,778.32 Nov. 5th, 1917, $430,136.96 Nov. 5th, 1918, - - $512,781.35 Give Us Your Business and Grow With Us THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG HARDINSBURG, & TRUST CO. KY. "He is gone but not forgotten Never shall his memory fade; Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger. Around the little grave where he is laid." Give Your Wife A him-how WOMEN WORKERS APPOINTED IN W. W. CAMPAIGN Bank Account in Sunday Nov. the Jews of Palestine celebrated th t anniversary of the signing of "the Jewish Magna Charta," a title riven in the British declaration in favor of the establish ment of a national home land for the Jewish people. , tir-- When VOU make vour candies for the soldiers' Chrictmas boxes, remember to save the shells from the nuts used. 1,000,-00pounds of nut hells are needed for charcoal in making g.'s masks for the soldiers. 0 -- Liberty l!mil ales may come and go but we have the faithful little Thrift Stamp with us yet. -- At any rate. Monday Xov. 11. 1018 was far from being the proverbial "blue Monday" in the good old U. S. A. I FARM AND STOCK. Tinius and St ill well sold their of lo.nun tb of Hurley 10 Allen fagi at M round. They have tb of dark that - not sold yet. He also stated that if (0 at tobacco had gone down he would feet; Raymond Do well house pattern have expected his contract tilled... o.ooo feet and Dr. R. I. Stephenson crop! house pattern !t,000 feet besides sevJen- K(J Sank sold 7(HM) tt to Allen eral other small lots. They say that I00S I Jennings S00S of it was Burley, and there never was such a demand for The later brought lum her. IMS tt dark. '$17. a round. E. J. W. R. Moorman, Sr., says the cattle that were sold at the Dutschke sale were the best bunch he ever He said they Which Opened Monday Nov. as a whole. would have brought $10,000 if they 11. Mrs. Piggott Urges had been registered. Here is a pointWomen To Work. er buy registered cattle and keep Mr. registered. Moorman them With every state in the union planspeaks from experience and has built up a fine stock business by paying at- ing to increase the alloted quota in tention to the demands of his trade. the War Work Campaign every individual will be expected to do his o brothers, Burn, duty says Mr. John Mott who heads The De.lernettte Ben. and Wise have bought W. L. the workers. The needs of the boys Harrels.farm near McQuady and the in trench and camp and the needs of by J. B. Bates home in McQuady for women workers at home are met $10,000. Mr. Harrel bought this farm the seven organizations united in the and house and lot last fall for $7,."0o great drive. Every man and woman and every raised a good crop and sold farm for girl and boy will be given a chance to nice profit besides the crop. a contribute as liberally as possible to Geo. Tabor and D. H. Smith, saw the fund and will be expected to give mill men have sawed and sold over active service in making the campaign 100,064 feet of lumber from the Nor- a success. Special duties have been assigned ton tract of land in Norton's Valley to the women in addition to the one in this county. They sold the following barn, patterns all built this fall. of advertising the campaign by dis Wade Pile, IS,OOS feet; A. G. Osborne tributing literature at the polls. Group meetings may be held and SS.OOO; Geo. E. Bess for the Skillman place, 18,000 feet; Alexander, :.'0,000 the women and men will arrange saw-take- A man needed money badly one day ; his wife asked much ; he told her ; she wrote him a check for the amount. She had put money in the bank, and saved her husband from business failure. A woman with a bank account makes a better companion; she gets interested in her husband's affairs; she knows where money comes from and where it goes, and she takes mighty good care that it goes as far as possible. She can save you trouble Give HER and MONEY. a bank account! THE EARNERS BANK 8 KY. TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, inintiu tli. ,l,.f .il rt flip ratnnaitrn The women who have been chosen to lead the workers in their commun-ite- s Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves, are: Hardinsburg Cloverport Irvington -- "iaBwaiBWaiiiMBiMiiiHMI Ranges, Sheet Iron Stoves, Oil Mrs. W. C. Moorman Mrs. Frank Ferry Mrs. John Vogel A .1. Dye sold his farm of o acres near Lodibur to Simon Robbifll and The Hreckenridge News goes into Mr.. Dye over a thousand homes in BreckinNat Arm- - for tl.Ht think- - of moving lo California, altho ridge County and into over live hunht is in the market for a mall farm dred out side of the county. The and may stay in I'reckinridge if he average number of persons in every find- - what he want- home is five and besides these reado ers there are at least "ill per" cent who Geo. Ed. Lewis sold :i hog to borrow the paper which will run its So when you list up to over lo.oo. Allen Lewis for $117. !Mi. put your advertisement in The Breck- Kzra Cooper ha- - .',..",0 tti of Bur- - enridge News you see what you get ley anil :i."..o. 0 It, of dark tobacco. for your money. No other paper in Mr. Cooper contracted his last to- the county covers the field like the bacco to Heard Bros, at $10 a round News. (i When lie delivered it they allowed Mr. the market price. him farmers have had two or three Cooper aid it WSJ prai In ally a gift weeks of tine weather for gathering to him as he fully expected to let it their crops and getting their houses -1. -- ROAN SULTAN SON OF WHITEHALL SULTAN HEADS THE HERD 4 .Mrs. Pierce Hardaway Seaton, Glen Dean sold Den-ni- e Bewleyville .Miss Ora Hendricks Sheeran. Tar Pork a fine i'oland Webster Miss Gussie O'Brien. Mooleyville China hoar shoat for $.'i0. ..Mrs. Lillian Horsley Custer Miss Lizzie Sheeran The Great International Live Stock Kirk .Mrs. C. Royalty Exposition opens Nov. and will con- Mook MtSI Lillian Cart tinue until December 7th. If any of Union Star Mrs. John Morris our farmer friends want to attend we Big Spring Mrs. J. M. Howard will be glad to furnish them with our Glen Dean Mrs. Virgil Smith' ticket. The first application gets it. Garfield..... ......Mrs. Lon Gregory The Educational opportunities of this Harned ....Mrs. W. C. Pate show will be great and it will pay Balltown Mrs. Asia Hardin Lodiburg , if he is a breedany farmer especially er to attend. The way to build op Stephensport These women are urged to enlist your business is to get out and see other women in the effort to help in how other people do things. the giving the campaign publicity by: Mule Co., 1st Helping destribute the printed The Robertson-Howarbought one mule from Geo. H matter furnished by the man chairLyddan for $J10. One pair mules man to every home. from John Livers for $47.1. Sold :.'nd By telephoning seven people facts Alvin Skillman one pair 4 year old about the campaign, each of whom w ill be expected to agree to telephone mare mules for $ii;i0. seven others. o W. A. I'urcell sold his farm of 14.1 3rd Organize automobile parties to to acres near McQuady to T. J. Watson carry information and of Tennessee, for $4000 possession every group meeting. given Jan. I. 101'.) Mr I'urcell is in 4th Never let the men rest on the job from the time the campaign begins the market for another farm. until it closet. The county will be expected to inl V. Robertson is improving the crease its quota fifty per cent. TcarT farm he recently purchased near Mrs. W. J. I'iggott, Hardinsburg. He is building a new Chairman of Women. and barn and putting it in residence d Heating Stoves j Big stock on hand ready to ship. Bought before the recent advances. Write for prices. We can make quick shipment. FORDSVILIE JAKE PLANING MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY WILSON, Manager FORDSVILIE, DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... good shape for business. Mr. Rob- Glen HOWARD FARMS Kentucky Dean, ertson has built up and sold more Conaidera The News a General Letter Kappa, III., Oct. 1H, luis. Mr John good farms than any man in BreckD. Babhage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear inridge county. He doesn't spare Sir: Find tajflonj one dollar for good. which please send me the News. money or work to make them VV'e feel we can't do without it His purchasers are always pleased as longer as it is a general letter from maker. .11 l.!i' .m.I nlui'u they get good values and money spectfuiiy, Victor Orendorff lv' . DENTIST Ml Office Hours: a. 1 I 111. m. to 6 U) 12 M. p. ui. Aiwayv In olfcr durum lllce uourb Irvington. Ky. There Is Something In The Want Column Of Interest To You IL NOVEMBER 13, 1918 The Breckcnridge News WEDNESDAY, Enlrrrt at the Prut as THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, f Iff sister, Mrs the? guest Horace Gilbert and Mr. Gilbert, Tues- CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY Classified NOTE ilcnire Pli-aftflviTtifK-mrnt- PAGE 5 was 1918 RECEIVES LETTERS FROM AMER. RED CROSS 'At:. Henry Hall Gets Details Of Son's Death Through R. C. Headquarters. NOV. 15, Acfverlsements you Officf it Cloverport, Ky. ccond c'ass .natter. day. Mrs Violet HIS "A.PFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ' Powell ami daughte Florence have returned their home in Dennison, O., after spending the summer in this tHj.. Mr. and Mrsfl E. G. Railes and Rdith I notify the Hi tor w m Itscnntiniinl. FOR SALE FOR SALE Splendid dwelling, centrally located. For price and terms write or call on Jno. I). Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. FOR BALE my farm containing 110 acres mil,' W est nf Lodiburg. Ky on thr L. ll A s: L H. R. About 40 seres f bottom land, 311 acres in woods For furfbur particular, address ll.in Miller, Bakerlielil. Cal. Route 1, Box SI one daughters, are visiting relatives in JefTcrsonville and New Alhany, Ind. OFNFRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO , also Sanders, Ky. iRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CIT'EJ Mr. C. F. Tinius of Holt has gone Hardinshurg, Ky. Nov. 13, Special) to Hardinshurg and is located on the RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- farm with Mr. Taylor Basham out The following letters were received MENTS. on the R. R. No. by Mrs. Henry Hall of Hardinshurg. For Prrcinct ami City Offices $ 2 tin Mr E. L Smith 01 Stephensport. Friday relative to the death of her For County Offices.. 8.W f For State and District Opcea. s $1S.OO Mr. Smith paid k I tCB, Corp. Byron Hall. Co. D, IMth For Calls, per .10 was here Friday. For Cards, per line,. .10 visit to The Rreckrnridge New? office 'Infantrv, who died Sept. I, from For all Publications in the interest of ind renewed his subscription individuals or expression of individwounds reieivid in battle on Aug. 1. .10 ual views, per line " The American Ned Cross, National Miss Jeanette Hum left for Louis- Washington, D. C. ville, Monday and will take up her Headquarters. Train Schedule on business course again in the Creiger Nov. ii. l'.HS. Mr Dear Mrs. Hall: You have doubtless received word Business College. L., H. & L. Mrs. O. B. Mattingly left Saturday from the Adjutant General's office for Owensboro where she will spend an(1 probobly from other sources of Effective July 1st, 1918 Henry son' Cot the winter months with her son, Mr. 'he death of EAST BOUND B. Hall. Co. D. IMtfa Infantry, I am No. 142 will leave Cloverport..... 9:20 A. M Fraize Mattingly and Mrs. Mattingly. Arriving Irvington 10:ln A. M Pvt. James Fitch of West Point therefore forwarding a letter to you Arriving Louisville 12:20 P. M laM P. M Artillery Camp was the guest of his from Miss Marion Co,,ner who has No. 144 will leave Cloverport 0:00 P. M. Arriving Irvington some of ,he lad to wr,te Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, heen 7 :5!S P. M. parents, Arriving Louisville..- - .. 8 :1B A. M. No. 146 will leave Cloverport last details which you so much desire 6:07 A. M. Saturday and Sunday. Arriving Irvington "I realize that any words of mine 7 :50 A. M. Arriving Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J. Ferry were 4:00 P. M. No. 148 leavers Henderson are pitifully inadequate to comfort 8 :00 P. M. in- - Louisville, Arrives Owensboro Thursday shopping and vou in vour great loss. Your com- 6:20 P. M. Arrives Shora.- the guests of Mr. Ferrv's brother, WEST BOUND 5 fort lies. I know in the conscious- 10:38 A. M Mr. Fred Ferry and Mrs. Ferry No. 141 will leave Cloverport ness that your son gave his life for 12:01 P. M Arriving Owensboro.- Mr. and Mrs. B. Squires and daugh.12 :S8 P. M Arriving Henderson the cause which we all hold most 1 :28 P. M. Arriving Evansville ter, Miss Kathleen Squires are oc- sacred. Vou are very, very proud of 7 :40 P. M Arriving S. Louis 6:40 P. M. cupying their handsome new home in him. The country is grateful to him No. 143 will leave Cloverport 7 :08 Arriving Hawesville- the West,' End, which has just been and to you. 8 :07 Arriving Owensboro.- 11 :M No. 148 will leave Cloverport completed. "Please accept the deep sympathy 12 :48 Arriving Owensboro. 1 :40 Arriving Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhodes f of the Red Cross in your bereavement 2 :07 Arriving Evansville have returned home alter a and remember that the "Greatest 7:80 mr Arriving St. Louis-- . 6:50 W No. 147 will leave Shops.- visit here to Mr. Rhodes' sister. Mrs. Mother in the world" stands ready . 8:06 Arriving Owensboro N. H. Quiggius and other relatives to help you in any way. Do not hesi:io Arriving Henderson- at McDaniels. tate to write us if we can be of any Sincerely V. G. Babbage Law and Insurance. Mr. and Mrs. James Burk and two further assistance to you. Friday for Owensboro yours. W. R. Castle, Jr. Miss Martha Willis spent Tuesday sons left "American Red Cross, American Mr. Burk where they will reside. in Louisville. holds a Government position in that Expeditionary Force. Sept. ti, IMS, My Dear Mrs. Hall: Miss Gailor Mrs. L. T. Reid was in Louisville, city. wrote you a few days ago telling you Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Nannie Cohen, Miss Emily of the severe illness of vour son and Mrs. Pat Rowland of St. Louis, is Reid and Miss Louise Nicholas spent now as a Representative of the Home Sunday in JefTersonvile the guests of the guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Miss Cohen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Communication Service of teh AmeriHambleton. can Red Cross in the hospital. I am Morris Cohen. writing to tell you of his death and Mrs. H. C. Pate and Mrs. Ruther Mrs. Forrest Beavin and daughter. funeral. He was kept alive for days Pate were in Louisville, Monday and Kansas City have arrived here for a by his wonderful constitution but Tuesday. visit to Mrs. Beavin's parents, Mr. even this could not save him. To Mrs. W. G. Pumphrey of Holt is and Mrs. Chas Smart of the Clovermake him more comfortable his bed guest of her daughter, Mrs. Sallie port and Hardinshurg Pike. the was moved out of doors and someone De Haven. Miss Cleona Weatherholt of Louis- - was with him constantly to do every- in FOR RENT My residence ville spent the week end with her thing possible, but on Sept. tag he Hardinshurg. Jno. D. Shaw, 1030 parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Weath- passed away. Louisville, Ky. S. 3rd St. erholt and attended the funeral of "Everyone felt how uncomplaining James Tinius of Camp Sheridan, Mrs. Frank Weatherholt on Monday. ann brave he had been thro it all. Ala., who has been ill with influenza Miss Jane Lightfoot has returned He is buried in the American ceme-tand pneumonia is improving. her school, Oxford College, Oxford tery near the hospital. I went to his Mrs. Graham Jolly and Mrs. Sam Ohio after spending several weeks funeral and saw his flag draped Bishoff were in Stephensport, Friher parents, Dr. Forrest Light- - ket escorted by his comrades, heard day visiting friends and relatives. foot and Mrs. Lightfoot during the the chaplain read the service, listened to the Army bugler blow "taps" over Mrs. Fred Ferry of Louisville con- influenza epidmeic. cluded a visit last week with Miss Miss Lizzie Blake of this city has his grave. "One can see from his grave-mark- Jennie Green of Falls of Rough. had a card from her brother, Corp the - e1 b' a CTOSS bearing his name Mrs. Wm. Sterrett of Hawesville Frank Blake telling of his safe landwas the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ing in England. Corp Blake is with lovel' French valley beyond. We the 113th M. B. Z. Division, originally know he gave his life for his country Jarboe, Sunday. known as the First Kentucky Volun- and we offer you our sympathy and Mrs. Wm. Mullen is in Irvington the comfort that comes with the visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Mc- teers. he willingly, bravely Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh of knowledge that Afee and Mr. McAfee. gave himself. Yours sincerely. Marion Loyd Cannary of the Motor Corps, Louisville have received a message B. Coltner, Home Communication Camp Buel, Ky., spent the week end of the arrival overseas of their son. Service, American Red Cross. yith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. ".'nd Lieut. David W. Fairleigh, Jr. A. P. O. T8I, Base Hospital IS." 1st Lieut. Houston Fairleigh, a broMrs. Clovis Bowlds of Louisville ther of Lieut. D. W. Fairleigh, arrived Especially active in this patriotic is at home with her parents, Mr. and in France in September. service were Misses Mabel and Nell Mrs. Sam R. Berry, Sr. Mrs. Nellie Burks of Louisville has Adkins, Susie Thomas Payne. Rose Mrs. Wordie Graham and two returned from Versailles and is the Alexander, Nora" Blythe and Reba are visiting of Louisville children, guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, Bolin. Mrs. Clyde Morrison. H. Bowmer before going to Grateful To Those Who Assisted. Mrs. Anna Huff of Owensboro is Tenn., where she will spend The Victory Girls very sincerely the guest of her niece, Mrs. James the winter with her son, Mr. John appreciated the liberal donations of Sahlie and Mr. Sahlie. Burks and Mrs. Burks. flowers from the beautiful gardens of Miss Mary Jo Mattingly has lately Mrs. B. 'fi- - Fields and daughter. Irvington, and especially thank Mrs. been the guest of her sister, Miss Mary Isabel Fields are in Owensboro Herbert Beard of Hardinshurg for Agnita Mattingly in Owensboro. the guests of Mrs. Field's parents, a handsome basket of crysantheums. Mrs. S. J. Brashear and daughter, Mr. and Mr9. C. T. Fields. Upon They also extend thanks to Mr. and Miss Bessie Lee Brashear of Frymire their return tliey will go to Louisville Mrs. J. M. Vogel for use of the Vogel were in Stephensport, Saturday. and join Mr. Fields where they will Drug Store, and to Mesdanies W. B. Taylor, Newson Gardner, and Miss Mrs. J. H. Rowland is in Louisville make their future home. the guest of her brother, Mr. Chas P. Mrs. J. Raleigh Meador, Mrs. Vic Ada Drurv for valued assistance in Babbage and Mrs. Babbage. Robertson and Mrs. Jno. Kincheloe arranging the flowers and supervis-- j (Concluded on page s) Capt. Fred E. Adams, a former of Hardinshurg motored here ThursCloverport boy has arrived in France day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. with the 84th Division. W. C. Moorman for 12 o'clock dinner. Mrs. G. W. Payne of Louisville Mrs. Sallie Beard who motored with spent Sunday of last week with her them was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Chapin and A. B. Skillman. Located permanently in Hardinshurg. Mr. Chapin. Occupying office recently vacated by Mr. John Warfield of Louisville has Dr. Walker. recently been the guest of his sisters, t FOR SALE Thirty five stock ews Most all young Will sell all or part to .lit the buver. Call on or address V. L. Robertson, Union Star. Ky. 2 miles South East between the Hartford and this tract has Uitl acres some level some rolling all tillable, strong lfmestOYIC land, some WOOtj land has a good ttOTJI residence of II rooms and two halls, a stock barn and tobacco barn other necessary outbuildings, a large orchard all trees bearing, well watered, plenty stock water the year around. The other tract which joins the first has IHl acres, a four room house on the Leitch- field road I'j miles from Hardinshurg this land is all level anil tillable, some wood land, plenty of water. There is no rough land on either tract Mrs. Price $14,(XHI. Lewis Payne, Harned. Ky. FOR SALE Barred and Partridge Rock hens, pullets, cocks and cockerels. Bronze turkeys and white guineas. All strictly purebred. Write for prices. Miss M. H. (ireen-wooIrvington. Ky., Box 37. of FOR SALE H Tis Over, Over There ft Rah, tor the United States ! and the Allies ! ! My farm ietcbtield roads l" The St. R'y. '"' j yu FOR SALE 1 spring wagon, 1 fine sow and pigs, farm implements, ami potato onions. D. H. Severs, Cloverport, Ky. FOR BALE Before November 15th one year old, 1t hands horse. Perfectly Ren-tie- . One hreed sow ; one shoat ; one player piano; gas stove; two drum stoves; one elctric iron ; one hed and mattrss ; one lutr y and harness; one enameled hath tub, etc. Or. F. S. Clark, Cloverport, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I Ft R the best. Ky. SALK Kurtzman piano. One of Write Mrs. J. D. Shaw, Hardins-burff- , 175 to 106 pounds Dean, Ky. ls v ard, (.len weigh FOR SALK from head Bred Durock (lilts J. M. How- Now help the FOR SALF Barred IMymouth Rocks' Bred to lay IS choice pullets, price $2 each, fl cockerel $'J each. If taken within l"i days -- Mrs. Thos. O. Donoghut-Mardins-burg, Ky.. Route No. 1. United War Workers II HIT' ii,iriiMiMijTTfmiiimTiiimTigr Wanted Miscellaneous p Meyer. From Our Friend Mrs. Joseph Noble has received Louisville. Ky. Oct l!is j. J. word of the serioul illness of her Babbage. Cloverport. Ky. P ar Sir: Nelson Beauchamp r $1 30 for to daughters, Mrs NOTICE. Enclosed find checl. No hunting allowed on my farm or on the cover my account t Jul Hit. and Miss Jennie May Noble at Jim Lay farm which I have rented. to my nart. Louisville, who have the flu. This is all over FRANK KENNEDY, f r favors Hardingsburg. R. No. II. Please accept my t ank The following were guests of Mr. kill(! J ii pt.sonal shown me. V'i lh and Mrs. Grovcr Frymire. Tuesday. I regards to you, our .'riend. UH Mrs. Bob Norton, Mrs. C. C. Grant, Ike A. Mever. Nirs. Geo. Smith. Mrs. Wallace Parks Sending News To Her Soldier Sc: . r.nd son, Jesse Hardin. Mrs. Henry Union Star, Ky., Nov. - l'.HS Mr. John I). Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. Summers, Misses Ruth West. Leota Dear Sir: You will And enclosed one Grant and Bell Norton. dollar ($1.00) for which I would have Mrs. Vena Noble and little daughyou send The Hreckenridge News to ter, Mary l'isber were the guests of each of my boys in France for four Mrs. J. B. Frymire, Tneaday evening. months. The addresses are: Mrs. Henry Summers a patriotic Peyton Brashear, Co. K. Hi4 Inf. A. E. P., France. lady of this community has made 540 FOR SALE All my interest in Seddie Brashear, Co. G. 388 Inf A. E. P., France Respectfully, Mrs. soldiers shirts and is still sewing. Sample, consisting of 2 dwellings, :! Mr. Luther Argabright of Siroco, John Brashear. and Mr. Jake brakes were in Frymire clrif.hitlCG 't ri one day last week. Additional Frymire. Stock of general merchandise. This is Mrs. Grundy Parr has been serMiss Rosy Barger of Chenault is one of the best stands for a general the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. iously ill but we arc glad to say she is better now. P. Briddle. store in the county. My reason for and Mrs. J. Mrs. Etta Smith anil Mr. Barney Mrs. Charles Graham and daughselling is my boys are all on the rail- ter, Miss Beulah May visited Mrs. Parr came home to be with their mother Mrs. Grundy Parr who is ill. road and I have no help. Will sell or Wallace Parks, Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodson motored Miss Pauline Frymire returned trade for good land. S. B. LASLIE, home Saturday after a plesant visit to Hardinshurg, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bassett and with her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sample, Kentucky. Basham and children at Union Star. daughter, Virginia Frances were in Mrs. C H. Basham entertained the Paynesville election day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norton of following Friday night, Mrs. Will l. Dowcll, Ran Una Dowel!, Ruby Lodiburg visited Mr and Mrs. MalPauline Frymire and Mr. Rus- colm Robbinson one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norton who sell B. Dowell Mr. C. C. Grant was in Stephens-por- t, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ky. C. C. Grant are on their way home Tuesday. Miss Pauline Frymire, Mrs. Walto Cripple Creek, Col. Mrs. Jane Bruner was in Lodiburg lace Park. Jessie Hardin Parks, Bessie Lee and Lena Bra Shear were in Lodishopping Wednesday. burg shopping Monday. Success to The Breckcnridge News. WANTED 1 dozen hens, pure land Reds. They must be TRENT. Hardinslmrg, Ky. Rhode HENRY T . i FOR SALE! o cas-wit- h Do-wel- S. B. LASLIE Sample, Chat-anoog- a, WANTED! 10,000 Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST VICTORY GIRLS Turkeys Mrs. Frank Fraize and Miss Jennie Warfield. Mr. Lum McCoy and son, Russell Blain were in Stephensport, Snuday the guest of relatives. Canary. HAVE A BIG FLOWER SALE In Irvington And Realize $30 For War Chest. Citizens Lend Assistance. 1 For Things of Value I r7 and 1 Tour Money's Worth. Remember T. C. Lewis, your Home Jevieler! The place for watch repairing, sewing machine needle-,- , shuttles and findings. ' Your Eggs and Chickens Stopped? "Ye, its stopped A perfectly good watch." watch will stop once in and we can't understand why it does but a good watch repairer can mighty See soon tell you. my THOS. OOEWALT RAILROAD WATCH INSPECTOR ClOVtHPOalT. MY. Irvington, Ky., Nov. 11. (Special) "We will never give in We are out to win." Is the slogan of the Victory Girls of In this spirit they inauIrvington gurated their movement Friday and Saturday afternoons when they con ducted a successful flower sale of a- bout six hours and turned over to the United War Work Fund and the Society for the Fatherless Children of France, thirty dollars. 3 J. R. WILSON Glen Dean, Ky. T. C. Hardinshurg LEWIS Kentucky. II J AGE e ar THE BRECKENRIDGE JAWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY .. NOVEMBER 13, ltl8 f said Wa rt which is of his lines. N. 7 omer W. 91 poles credit of six months, the following IM comer to Hoi tig7 .13 acres pur- and 14 links to a stone of his corners BIG ," described property, Svjfphen and in a near a .then with another of his A certain tract of land situated chased by D in Hreikinridge CoOllty, Kentucky, line of J G Steplns. a stone, thence lines N 4 E. II poles to a stone, his Rev H 0 Ptnkh passed through W. corner, thence with another of his with J. G. Stephens' line S s Beginning at a stake to m it here Thursday cunmtc 10 Outer. Corner, running thence with Ilfi poles to a rock corner to D. Ham- - lines N. h:i W. Il poles and II links NolhiiiR ha been heard from the his line X. gf W. M poles to a stake, bletnn and in said line, the original to a stone also his corner, in the r, minister Wrho WMt put down for this anoth er of his corners, thence N. 22 I beeches now gone, thence verport road, then down the road with F. charge at Conference. W. 51 poles another of his lines S. E. M poles to a stake another with Hamhleton's line S H!i Lewis C'larkson left Camp Taylor o( hjt corncr,, thence N : V IM 157 poles to two elms on the hank and 21 links to the beginning, con-o- f Town Creek, thence up the 'creek taining 164 acres, I roods and 22 the 25. for Prance. pofof to a stone Ctmdiff's corner in Mrs J. H. Meador was called to the old I'ulliani line, thence with his N M I N pnlcs tn a sugar tree on poles. West Point the ft, on annum of the line S. IT V IM poles to a beech a branch, thence V 1!i F. II poles to a SIXTH TRACT. illness of her daughter. Mrs. T. C. on a hranch Cnndiff's corner, thence tox elder on t tie creeK Hank, tlience E 2S poles to a walnut and A tract of land conveyed to A. J. Williams and gr.nid daughter. Louise, up said hranch as it meanders 75 X. 7 elm on a hranch. thence N 4ti E Gross, by James G. Stephens and Jeff Trent has purchased the Set- poles to a beech at the forks of the K. !17 poles 20 poles to a sugar tree, thence N. wife by deed recorded in Deed Book branch, thence S sr tles' place near Vine Grove. K. :in poles 53 W. .'in poles to a stone or stake Nil M page 12 in said Clerk's Office, a stake, thence S. It Lewis Jenkins attended the sale of to to a stone on said brance, thence N. near a large poplar in a line of Mrs beginning at a stone in Hamhleton's the late R S. Dowell the 2nd. F M poles to the beginning, Amanda Burks, thence with her line. line and near a white oak. then with II Mill lrtle Moorman has returned containing 141 acres more or less. X Mil W. 197 poles to the be- - his line X. SO E. 24 poles to a stone, from Louisville. The purchaser, with approved sure- ginning, passing a beech corner to thence with another of his lines east The Red Cross Branch here sent ty or securities, must execute bond, Mrs. Burks', also corner to T. Holt's about 2 poles to a stone A. J to the Hardin county chapter last bearing legal interest from the day nt M acres, containing 14.1 acres, Gross' corner to his 14 acre tract pairs of socks and sale until paid; and having the force more or less. month, twenty-ontnence with his line and passing a forty-thre- e hospital shirts to he ship- and effect of a Judgment Lien retaincorner of the 14 acres at 21 poles ped to headquarters. SECOND TRACT. E. in all, IM poles course X. ed to secure payment of purchase Frank Hilt chauffcred to Louisville, money. Bidders will be be prepared A tract of land conveyed to A. J. to a stone, 20 feet north of a stake, Tuesday with Misses Bessie Richard- to comply promptly with these terms. Gross by Dudley Hamblet on and corner to the 144 acres purchased by son, Sttenet Miller and Cora Drake. Lee Walls, Commissioner and Receiv- wife by deed recorded in deed book him of Thomas Holt, thence and also Friday Mesdames Gen. Pratlicr. Xo. .10. page 4S(l, in said clerk's of-- ! corner to the 4 acres purchased er. Misses Maryeleanor Claud Mercer, Att'y for Plaintiffs Ben Flowers, ftce, beginning at a stone, corner to of with Holt, a line thence Scott and Leah Meador. the ladies acres sold by Thomas of the same X. 9 E. 26 poles to a the 14:i you want a good, cheap, permanent roof for who are doing government sewing Holt to A. J. Gross, the original cor- stone corner to Holt and J. G. Stephhouse, shed or barn, put on were glad of the raise for making COMMISSIONER'S SALE ner 3 beeches, being gone and in line ens, then with Stephens' line X. 89 VV. FLO-ROI- D shirts hut were Imping for tl.M raise of the J. H Stephens, thence with a 12 poles to a stone in the edge of a Breckinridge Circuit Court on tundles of ten. W. line of J. G. Stephens' S. swamp. Stephens' corner, thence S. Permanent, durable, can't leak. Costs one-thir- d the Kentucky. Mrs AtM Woodson of Kansas City poles to a stone and lane passing J. 15 W. poles to a stone, Harprice of tin or shingles. is with her mother, Mrs. Margaret G. Stephens corner, a stone, at 21 din's corner, then with Hardin's line Daniel Shceran's Guardian, Plaintiff. poles, Talhott for a visit. Comes complete with nails and cement. Ready to E. M poles to to the beginning, containing 24 thence S. 75 Against Mrs C B, Witt and Miss Ruth put on. a rock, thence N. 7.1 E. 22 poles to acres be the same more or less. Peter Sheeran. Etc., Defendent an elm in the liottom, thence N. 10 Witt went to Louisville. Thursday to Can be applied by anybody who knows how to drive be the guests of Misses vogt for E. :tl poles to a rock in a line of SEVENTH TRACT a nail. By virtue of a Judgment and OrHalloween. acres sold by Thomas the 14.1 A tract of land conveyed to A. J. Ask your dealer about Flo-roi- d or write us direct itite husy here der of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Holt to A. I. Gross; thence with said Gross by Rosina Holt, et al, by deed The hoys were Court, rendered at October Term line X. ho for free circular. Halloween. W H4 poles to the be- recorded in Deed Book M, page 10, Mrs Barbara Hodges accompanied thereof. 1118, in the above cause, for ginning, containing fourteen acres, in said Clerk's Office, beginning at a Dr. Dowell drove the sale of the hereinafter described more or less. by her sister. stone in Gross' line of his 144 acres through from Bowling Green, Thurs- Real Estate, and all costs herein, I purchased of Thomas Holt and 20 for sale at the day Mrs Hodges having been there shall proceed to offer Maple 13th LOUISVILLE, KY. THIRD TRACT. feet southof a large beech now down Dr. Court House door in Hardinsburg, for the past three months. A tract of land conveyed to A. J. corner to Mrs. A. Burks' Hot) acres, to the highest bidder, at Public Gross by Dudley Dowell returned home Saturday. Hambleton and wife with Gross' line of his 144 Auction, on Monday, the 2.1th day of by deed recorded in Deed Book Xo. thence VV. A letter from Miss Vennie Moor26 poles to a stake in acres, November, mis, at one o'clock, P. 41. page 402 in said Clerk's Office, man of Utiincy. Ill, saying her broStephens' line, then with his line X. M., or thereabouts, (being County ther, Aron was now in France. Aron at a stone at the mouth of 9 E. 27 poles to a stone in Steph(.Hurt day), upon a credit of six formerly lived here. lane, corner to the lfi.'i acres, purchasline, thence S. 89 E. 28 2 poles following described prop- ed by A. J. Gross of D. Hambleton, ens' B. S. Clarkson anil sister. Mrs. L. months, the to a stone in Mrs. A. Burks' line, A. C. Kemper and their guests Mr. erty, and in Gross' line to his home place, thence with her line S. 15 VV. 27 A certain part of lot Xo. 13 in the and Mrs. Chambers, spent two days thence with said line X. T.'l E. 12 poles poles to the beginning, containing 4 here at their country home returning town of Hardinsburg. Breckinridge to his corner, an elm in a bottom. acres more or less. County, Kentucky, bounded and deto Louisville, Thursday morning. E. Ill thence with his line N. 10 Mrs. Geo I'rather was made scribed as follows: poles to his corner, a rock in the line EIGHTH TRACT. Beginning at G. P. Jolly's (John T. of his 14.1 "Hello" girl at the meeting Saturday. acres and with said A tract of land deeded to A. J. ITS feet Mrs. Frank Hilt having had it for Hobins) southeast corner E. s4 poles to a stone Gross from Virgil Hardin and wife line S. K'J six years, and didn't want it any from main street thence with Jolly's corner. Flijah Board, now W. G in deed 41. page 507, begin(now Hobin's line) where his fence Smart. on a steep hillside and on the recorded longer. ning at a large beech stump, corner Mrs. R. S. Dowell and daughter. now stands, not to include his fence. south side of town creek, thence with to Holt's M acres in A. J. Gross' feet, passing the Mrs. Lewis Jenkins came down Sat- X. :.'i) W. 2:j:t his line S. 16 W. '!4 poles to his line E. 225 poles to two beeches and LET US MAKE YOUR GLASSES. 201) feet, urday to be present at the sale ol the back line of lot Xo. M at corner, a stone thence with another sugar tree called for Holt's corner of containing 14 teet into lot .No omer R. S. Dowell. late r.. .,n poles his Tolbert tract and in a line of his oi nil lines ."s. j:. The appraisers have been named for IS, thence X. To F. M feet to a stake to a stone, another of his corners, lot acres, thence with line north passII. Lennins (now G. W. Beard's) ol Mrs. Sallie Morris. the thenct with another of his lines S. ing his corner at 2(1 poles in all 75 (Incorporated.) line thence S. 20 E. Ml feet with M F (old call SS) 200 poles to his poles to a stone, about 4 poles north Lennitt'a now (G. W. Beard's) line corner, a beech and stone in Steph- of a branch, thence VV. Ml poles Louisville, Ky. to the cross street, thence with said ens' line and about 4 poles north of to a stone in a line of Holt's M acres street west M to the beginning, and branch, thence with Stephens' line with the said line south 15 VV. not to intefere with Jolly's (now Ho- S. 02 poles to a sugar tree in said thence MtSdaatCI B.. E. Gray and B Hay 75 to the beginning, containing Lennin's) now Beard's fences line bin's or and corner to Y. Daniel, now 100 were in Louisville on business S'at- - as they now acres, the above eight tracts stand This is the same Dowell. and west thence with their TOO acres more or less. urday. property sold by K. O. Penick and line and corner also w ith lines of Tin-iu- s containing Mrs. Paul Chambliss nt Metjuady There is excepted out of the above wife to Dennis Sheeran. deceased, and Miller, X. M W. K4) .'Nil boundary the following described and Miss Ruth Chambliss, Hsrdina- - on October l'Jth, 1007, and the deed poles to a stone and beech in Miller's tract or parcel of land sold on the burg were guettl ol Miss Bessie B. therefor is recorded in deed book line on a steep hillside, corner to A. Waatherford last week. ,by and with the conday of iii. page fit. J. Gross' 105 acres purchased of D. sent of the Bank of Hardinsburg and Mrs. M. I). Pamphrty ol West The purchaser, with approved sureHambleton) thence with the lines of View was the guest of her daughter, ty or securities, Company as the Mortgagor and must execute bond, said 105 acres, to the beginning, con- Trust Mrs. J. E. Matthews. Friday. Creditor of said estate to Thomas bearing legal interest from the day of taining 240 acres more or less. Mrs. Leonard Holmes who has been Flood, which boundary of land is desale until paid; and having the force suffering from measles is recovering scribed as follows, and effect of a Judgment Lien retainFOURTH TRACT. Mrs. S. M. Crunie spent the week Beginning at a stone C. Reidle's ed to secure payment of purchase With All Suits and A tract of land conveyed to A. J. corner in the Cloverport road and end in Caiincy ville the guest of rel- money. Bidders will be be prepared (Iros, Overcoats Tailored to by W. D. Holt and wife by in VV'atkin's line, thence with Wat-kin'- s atives. to comply promptly with these .rius. Measure at $25, $27.50 deed recorded in deed book 41, page Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Moorman have E. 77 poles and 14 line S. 89 Lee Walls. Commissioner, 44s m said clerk's office, beginning links to a stone, his corner; thence moved tn their farm near Garticld. And Up to $37.50 ("and Mercer, Att'y for Plaintiffs C. I. Brock. Louisville spent the at a stone, near a gate Holt's and with another of his lines S. 85 A Few Materials at Stephens' corner in Gross' line, and poles to a stone, his corner, in a line week end with his sister, Mrs. James S ST SIS SO to S22.S0 E. 28 poles and is oi Miller's and Hovious', thence with family. McCoy and thence COMMISSIONER'S SALE links to a stone Holt's and Gross' Mrs. Ernest Truman. Olatin who at E. 81 poles to a his line S. 84 corner in Hardin's line of his 10O stone in Gross' line, thence X I lias been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. F. May returned home Friday. Breckinridge County Circuit acre tract, thence with a line of the E. 142 poles to a stone, near a beech Mrs Fd. Mercer ol Madrid spent same V J F 40 poles and ti links tree, thence X. 7s VV TO pole.s to Kentucky tn a stone in said line at Unit's and a stone, Reidel's corner in Hardin's the wek end with her parents, Mr. A. J. Gross. Executor, et Woolen Mills Plaintiff. Hardin's comer, thence VV. 34 poles :,;,e, thence with Reidil's line S. 9 and Mrs. James Holmes. Against and 10 links to a stone in Holt's VV 44 poles an links to S stone, William G Smart, et al, Defendent. lane, thence S. 10 VV. 47 poles Reidel's corner, theme with anoihtr 513 W. Market NOTICE. Equity No. MM and Ml and 1", links to the beginning, con- - of his lines X. 71 W. 91 pedes 14 Louisville. By virtue of a Judgement and order taming 9 acres, 1 rood and 29 BOMS, links to a stone HMt a pond, another All persons having claims against ol Sale Breckinridge Circuit ol one of his corners, thmce with anthe estate oi William A Fskridge. Court, rendered at February Term E. i l poles to other of his lines X. HUH TRACT. deceased, are notified tn present them thereof, Ltlt, in the above cause for A tract ol land conveyed to A. J. 'a stone, his come.-- , thence with an- duly prnven as required by law. tn the sum oi s:io.oiioio, with interest Gross by Dudley Hambleton and other of his lines X. 83 VV. 10 poles the undersigned administratrix of from May ;, ItlO, Credit by $11100110 wife, by deed recorded in Deed Book and 15 links to a stone, his corner in this estate, near Amnions. Ky on or paid January 10, 1912, and interest Xo. 40, page 5S6, in said Clerk's Of- - the Cloverport road, theme do.vn the before the first day of January, 1919. paid to January 2, 1919, $245.1.24. fice, beginning at a stone C. Reidle's road with another of his lines S. Laura Fskridge. Administratrix for from March l. mis. 1M4.7I comer in the Cloverport road in the W. 51 poles and 21 links to the be- If your tobacco barn should burn tonight are sure. William A. Fskridge' Fstate. and $l.",0iiu costs herein, I shall pro- Watkin's line with Watkin's line S. ginning, containing 100 acres. This Claude Mercer, Atty. would you loon all your years labor. Allow us to ceed to offer for sale at the Court no F poles and 14 links to a land is sold and purchased by the write you a policy covering your tobacco against Fire, house door in Hardinsburg. to the stone, his corner, then with another acre at $50 per acre, or Fire and Tornado, and thus assure yourself of "colat Public poles to a stone,1 This is part of the land deeded to COMMISSIONER'S SALE highest bidder,,'".th day Auction, on of his lines S v, Momlav. the ol Xovember, his corner, in a line of Miller and A. J. Gross by D. Hambleton and lecting regardless" for your labors. 1918, at one o'clock P. M., or there- Hovious. thence with their line S. 84 wife on the 19th day of April, 18ST, 'e can write policy for year, and then when tobacco about (being CoWty Court day) upon Breckinridge Circuit Court E. 139 poles to a stone in said and recorded in Deed Book No. 40. is sold you can cancel and we will rebate on unearned lowing described property, Kentucky. line, with beech pointers, then X. page 586. premium, o o acres comprising the farm of the 32 4 F 30 poles to a stone, Or a sufficient thereof to produce W rite for particulars. H. afattingly'i Admr., Plaint if I. late General J Gi oss in N E. 105 poles to a the sum of money ordered to be made lolt's theme M Against Bottom, Breckinridge County stone thence N. 20 VV. 7 5 poles the purchaser, with approved surety in Mary Mattingly, et' . Defendant. Kentucky, nn and near the Ohio Riv- to a stone in a line of Gross and or securities, must execute bond bear- PAUL COMPTON & BRO. AGTS. By virtue of i JuOfinent and Or- er This is an exceptionally fine body Hambleton, then with said line S. fing legal interest from the day of sale der of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit oi land and is one ,,i the finest bodies ; 12 V 11 poles ami 22 links to a until paid; and having the force and General Insurance, Court, rendered at October Term m land in Breckinridge county, stone, their corner, then with another effect oi a Judgment Lien retained to thereof, huh, in the above cause, for lot Agricultural and Stock oi their lines S. 74 VV. 58 poles to a! secure payment of purchase money. Hardinsburg, Kentucky. the sale of the hereinafter described farming. This land will be offered in teeSM near the colored church, then Bidders will be prepared to corntWC or more tracts. real estate: s' I poles to a stone, Gross' cor- - ply with these terms, And all costs herein. I shall proceed ner, thence with a line uf Gross'aud Approximated interest and cost, to oiler lor sale at the Court House FIRST TRACT. v. 94 poles $14,000.00. Hambleton X. ts A tract of laud conveyed to A. J (passing) Hardin's corner at a stone Lee Walls, Commissioner and Re door in Hardingsburg, to the highest II bidder, at Public Auction, on Mon- 'loss I,, i ,,n, ,,,L ,,, ., .s ceiver of the Breckinridge Circuit day, the 25th day of Xovember, 1918, deed recorded in deed book 3o page, die's line, then with Riddle's line S. Court. and watch the quick response. Mayhe you have a number of articles no at one oclock P. If., or thereabout, 482 in the Breckinridge County W. 44 poles and 7 links to a Claud Mercer, Attorney for A. J. longer in use, while someone else may be looking for just such a thing. (being County Court day), upon a Clerk's office, beginning at the north- - stone, his corner, then with another Gross' Executor. ONE CENT PER WORD PAYS FOR AN AD SPRING I Flo-roi- d Hen-niger- Roofing 11-- 2 :t e IF ROOFING 1- 2 Louisville Paper Co. and t: 00 4 -; Spectacles. Eye Glasses Kryptoks! Fourth and Chestnut, I Southern Optical Co. Extra Pair Of TROUSERS Worth $6.00 HARNED 2 An , . to-wi- t: 1- FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE 2 Superior ' 1 T - 1 , Highest Prices For Tobacco t: 5 4 "i Ken-tiuk- i ,,i. Try a News Classified Ad on Something THE BRECttENftlDGgyBWS, CL NTUCKY YMIRE Pllilpotl unit to Oklahoma Idav to makr his future home. lid Mrs. Foe Robertson were J J'jgton one day last week. ' Otis Stiff of Raymond spent (days last week with her niece, his Severs. ""fMahela Parr's condition con . .. kniannut tne same George Shellinan and MisS Cilice Ilruner spent from Thurs-Jil- l Sunday visiting relatives at Celebration of the New Italian Gov-Ge- n cele-Aratc- Are You Keeping Your W. S. S. Pledge? Deposit Them With Us For Safe Keeping a signed to one particular task or There are several cases of the detail, each knew just what to do the Spanish influenza in the camp and system is almost perfect We work- - some of the boys in my company I have not had any mail since I e'' ,,,;,t night 'till I o'clock, ate, slept have it and I run a good chance of .1.1 .alM t. in Itiiittv in.! rKCiMiiml i 1 Mttlaa I. .nania ' - miii down tnere Of Cattle and Hog Breeders, " " came over. sunnosc everv one s Mattering rain, and did it cheerfully and she is well waiting for ttie to let them know my Chicken Raisers, Live Stock to get away on time and to hold up Carrie I won't get to write much a((re9S the pride of the American soldier, untill all of the influents net- - out of and Tobacco Dealers i ms ltiK is so tnm can hardly; We got away on time. the camp tor all of the Y. M V of Breckinridge U MM writf- HoPe 'I"' K ot Cl c" wi" ,,ot ,ane out ,,e-- ! y" "lany ,,l,nKS of are this nature hut thev may he 01 little closed too and it will he hard for me fore this gets home County .. .r.t coill.. fool ,ln to kilMl vvi mat ami stamps I am going to get a permit pretty , ... r . wimiiK paper the v:, I am iniposmg on you hv writing went i Carrie rhatnh. soon and have von send mv sweaters. JTOtt all tins sort Ol "dope, but I want ers today. The chamber! are full of If I can get hold of a couple of pairs you to know that your two sons are the clorine gas which you read about Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Oean, Ky. of woolen socks could use them serving a great cause and you should so much in the papers and it is deadly certainly be proud of them. They poison. The II tins use it Over- - Polled Durham Cattle. Prc,,.v we" Poland You need not worry about me for although good hoys, will be better There." but I won't care for it when China Hogs. Short Horn I K(,'"g I am not in any danger now and will get there for I have a good gas frolks At Home Backing Us. mask and I have lots of confidence pobably not be. Cattle. Hampshire Sheep To win this is our aim The folks in it. I can tret it on in five umnili I will write you again soon. We St'e Nfcl They arc No, I don't think the Huns will gas Have wo" Um MM" ""me are behind us HAS AN INTERESTING GUEST. are busy just now. Lovingly. Sgt. The extcntion of a credit of Past l'ive Years 4th "nymg l.merty Honcls, an.l suhsenh- - me. I also went through the tear J. A. Head. Mail Detachment. to Belgium made recently M to ttle bed Cross. C. A. gas. That will not kill you but it Garfield. Ky., Nov. 11. ( Special) makes the total advances by ,h'e Division, A. E. F, France A. V. O. ,nK ana is., ot i. and other worthy in- - will make you 'cry worse than if you lliarold Smith who is stationed in the rjI(,i States m UoItI,..,, sn mm !0." Valley Home Stock Farm ItitUthmt. Merc let me say that the were at a funeral lAtillery We took off our at West Point spent The total arnount advanced to date1 SONS Prtprlsttti t. J OWf work of the Red Cross is great while masks while in there. Well Satisfied With Army Life. Ithe last week end with his parents, to a 0llr associates in the war a- We are going through a maneuver Mr. Jule B. Jackson of Tarfork n,hcr institutions are of much value.' It. and Mrs. D. H. Smith, at Hens-- 1 n.rm.nv !IJ T.(U,.IWUU, ? vo it nun Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 , . UVIIl III he Ke1 Cross have canteens at K. known as a sham battle ley. was the receipent of this letter from am in Pvt. Smith was accompained Logan B. Hickerson, who before en- - " stations and the sandwiches and the trenches and the machine guns Poland China Hogs a Specialty home by Sergt. Kox who has varied JOHN WHITE & CO. isting was principal of the Mcfjuady hot l""ee is relished by the traveled are firing all the time on the light xgeriences in army life. He was! LOUISVILLE, KY. 'artillery. Mr. Jackson is a weaned soldier. It sure does make some Polled Durham Cattle Normal School. witi. Gen. IVrshing in the Mexican Llbar.1 assortment ' CtVl express the meaning of all noise. am in a dugout most of the true patriot in that he not only has it was exceedingly inter- - and full value paid troubleTtnd ,h,s" tswondertul the way the time operating a buzzer phone, two sons of his own in Uncle Sam's esting to hear Sergt. Fox tell of the! r EIIQQ Tell aunt ' onadia and uncle II service, but he does a noble part by citizens of the United States are back-noble deeds done bv the General dur- . . Hides and HOME FARM I said. "Hello'' Give all my love and ORCHARD some other father's son in writing ,MK us ing his stay in the border.. aklna Another little incident took place batl him cheery letters such as soldiers 0. P. MASEY. Proprielor Well Carrie I will close for this long to get. Mr. Hickcrson's letter "llile we were resting near the pier a Sl'8ar factory in New York City time HUEbDF.R OF till remain your loving follows: Dear Mr. Jackson: Your letter "here the entire laboring force was cousin. Pvt. William Wilkerson. Co full ot interesting events, which I am woman, moan? foreign oom, tnougn S0th I ield Signal iiatt. Camp Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. always anxious to know, addressed to tlll'v "a " American or Allied Sheridan. Ala. Successor to C. A. Tinius Hardinsburg. ky Route 2 me at Camp Hancock, Ga.. reached spirit, and actually gave their noon here last Sunday. A soldier ap- - HChl to the men who were tired America The Best Country line preciates letters more than any other 311(1 bungry. I stand a hike pretty! In The World. , HARDWARE class of men. I believe. It gives him wel1 and did not partake of the food.1 J. A. Barr w ho is an operator in a VllCIl ' ClIlLv TOCK rHrfl' more "pep" and energy to know that 1,ut "om t,,e vva' tl,e "le ae H must U, S. Naval Air Station at Arcochn f. I HOIEHTSOn. napkM GROCERIES the folks back home care for him and nave bee" h"-- ' ''od. and so it goes, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Euphrasia Glen Oean. x y. FURNITURE Pvt. Ban are backing him up. This war w ill I RC women are working, the men are Parr of Mc Daniels. COOKING STOVES be won by the whole people, not by fighting and youngsters are preparing t ill of the linn opinion that after all Polled Durham a (J Shorthorn swrwwoij icau us .America is the hest country in the any one class. the factors ot civil- HEATING STOVES Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs world The following letter to his ization are face to face with the fac- - a victorious peace. NAILS AND ROOFING am ver' Slad 'iave letters from mother says: tors of the coveteous autocratic Hun. Dearest Mother: Just a few lines Dealer In Leaf Tobacco But speaking of the army in cosmic vo" W rite me often. I am sorry to FARM IMPLEMENTS t,,at 1,ere i so much illness in tonight to let you know that I am relations, I think it is a very tine WIRE FENCING Will be glad to hear well and never felt better in mv life. place for physical training the studv vour locality. ou talk wl,en 'ou 8e BINDERS TWINE of natural and political geography W" new How is every one with your Hope THE HOWARD FARMS "Don't talk througt your nose this finds all of you well. political economy, human nature and ,ee,h M HOWARD & SON. Prop. ROOFING TWINE Kvery thing is just about the same best of all, it is the means and it to save ,,,e wear an(1 tear of JWf but buy bonds and be liberal over here. The Allies are still driving Shorthorn Cattle seems the only means by which we feth." will conquer the unscrupulous emeny. wi,n t,le aion till I see you again, hack the Huns and am in hopes Duroc Hogs regards to all and tell them they will continue to until they The physical culture is tine. It Give Hampshire Sheep Ytm friend. Logan drive them home. I believe thev will makes one eat. and anxious to eat. to urite "le The developement of muscles follows. Hickerson. 1st Co. rth P. O. D. B& and I am in hopes it will not take fd Prov Regt. Camp Upton, them long to do it. I would just men are made stronger endurance Ist as soon be back home. We have the doubled ambition upheld, and a betOne 3 Room Dwelling House Don't let best country in the world ter man is the result He can think Stationed At Camp McClellan. One Black-smith- 's Shop and any one tell you different. faster and act more accurately. Everett Miller is the son of Mr I got five letters from the Kroolart Opportunities For Traveling. Mill House combined 4 Thev were sent there about Horse-powe- r The opportunity to travel over the 311,1 Mrs J" K Miller ot ell City, Oil Engine One 12 Hardinsburg, Ky. left the States, countries and visit the famous seen- - 1,1(1 alul a brother of Mrs. Allen the time Horse-powGist Mill One 8 Dealers in Who is the teacher in our school eries of the world is worth much Waggoner of Hardinsburg Koute Xo. to whom this letter is addressed, this year? Are all the boys going? from a stand point of pleasure as ' All if these items are located irTGarfield Ky. was conscripted last July and Tell them to go every day. they will well as a genuine study of geography. rind they w ill need it some dav. I Any sort of student will be bettered se,lt to where he is now. Dear Visiter: Will try and write know. by soldering. , I know how will have to say good-nigThe short time I have been in ser- - ou a ,ew Mna to let amGarrteld, Ky. aln Reeling tine now have been it is about taps time. Good luck and vice I have traveled from home thro-,- 1 have been good-by- e. Vour son, I. A. Harr, Kl 1 The Webster Stock Farm ugh Tennessee. North Carolina. South sick with the influenza. Carolina, Virginia. West Virginia. worrying about the folks at home C., I S Naval Air Station, Arcochn MlKR) H. NOKION, 0nn Maryland. District of Columbia. N'ew I have not been getting my mail Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder of lersev. and am now in New York on since I have been in the Hospital and None But Old People And Children Left. ong Island after having gone Detention Camp but will go back to Hereford and Jersey Cattle Chaa. E. McCarv or nerhans known through North river, N'ew York bay my company Friday. There is stout and East river from which places ,alk ot u leaving here next week, to his numerous friends in Breckin- Webster, ky. otl ,lo"'t IH'efl to answer this ridge, his home county, as Gene Mc- could be seen all the sky scrappers so No. 1 156 acres, on pike two miles from and tohacco harn, all fruit necessary for lty uovernor s is-- I until you MM out where I go, but Gary, writes that there is hardly any rnce $f,ouu. $4,000 cash, bat- - ol Nc" 1 orK narutnsnurg. im acres level tana next to House use. pike.otPj acrfs rolling, all can he cultivated, a nee in annual payments land and the Statue of Liberty and you must write mother and try to one left in France but old people and oO acres meadow, 15 acres pasture, 44) acres . No. 5 JVi aCTCS 2 miles from Cloverport. all sorts of things which ail observing keep her from worrying about me for very a.ii.l- - nrrhinl' ,K., .Au,n .1 young children. A letter ' Ifl acrrs linltnm l.iti.l i h.tl.in.i rnllinor with f vicniy oi uoou wicr, an lauti i lrnceu, nmcif William has to leave she will dressed to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. rocks, has tlroom cottage fome sightly rough, 175 acres young tim- mind will grasp, tone soil free ol ordinary houce and barn. Price $3,200. haip mailt tin- triii worry sure enough, guess that is all McGary of Mc(Juady reads: in good condition, good tobacco barn. 10 acres Three timesi Yi cash balance in J annual payments. f n.l til .ill ...i. I.:.., .,,,1 My Dear Folks: This is Sunday G. N. Lyddan nwmn aim rnce iu,ooo. ami tn last she thinks now. Wish she would not rncnb, rant im. capacity (rnm rXnvnnrf .,M Nrt mih. 5 annual tiayiuents. cash, balance in UK) acres level, too rolling, balance rough, time we came within the gang plank's worry about me for I am getting and the first opportunity that have It certainly got me had to write home since we arrived No. 2 145 acres, on uilte two miles from .,, lcnirth of coiner to a shin, a sister along alright. ,.( ....., 40.,,..., nractica Iv a j fenced, .A,frice I3.IHH). ..U......U.K. We were in rCngland ship of the Luscitaiiia, bound for when Margaret died have been lost "Overseas." acres in c,sh baailce ln 3 annulii pavlenM. acres rough. 0 acres bottom, grass, 10 acres in apple orchard, neat residI am in the third squad, eer since can't hardly get used to for about three davs but I could not Europe. Xo. 7 77 acres splendid new 10 room rnile from Cloverport, ence, has Irving ton. Ky. residence with hardwood floors fronting on all rolling land and in grass, all under woven first Platoon of the First Company of not getting any letters from her had write from there because we were on pike, good eight stall stock barn, good tobacco wire tence, new brick cottage, concrete cellar the Ordnance Regiment and they got a nice letter from Mary last week the go constantly from the time we Darn, 10 acres capacity, alt land fenced and and cellar house, and brick stable. Price well watered, all limestone soil and free of $U,000. t cash, balance in 12 months, of the country as it was nothing short nearly to me in checking us off when think she has found out how much ai rived here. rocks with exception of 10 acres rough. ,rom Uoverport, orders were changed or something they miss Margaret but it is to late 8 l,48 We arc billeting in a little town of beauty. It seemed almost like a ,3 m'le W,500. V, cash, balance in 5 annual .No Price ,c" acres level meadow, balance rolling, some payments w hich is nothing but a groupe of park. It reminds me of California rough, all under fence, old style huuse, 1 happened that we were sent back and now would have come home if baro, about 1400 worth of did not go aboard the big ship. Many could have gotten a furlough but farm houses, and I believe they call as every yard was nothing but a flow"u, 1 No. 3 23354 acres on pike two miles from " o umber. Price $1,050. $500 cash, Hardinsburg, 100 acres level, balance slight- hope none it Villa. The houses that have been er garden. The people were very hosof our men, in fact all of them were could not get one. Well ty rolling, all good limestone soil free from 1,1 J annual payments. of you get the flu for it goes pretty left by the French soldiers. rocks, all fenced and well watered. 15 acres , o( Clover. somewhat disappointed. Every Ameram pitable and cheered us along considNj 0 rM ,cr 8 mile, food white oak timber on level laud, 10 port M cre, j bottom, balance hill land, Anna tell sleeping in a hay mow. erably. Don't forget to keep that acres in apple orchard, 20 acres wheat sown, gooj re,id.ncc a b,rn, aM UI1(1(.r gooa fencc ican soldier is anxious to go to F'rance hard with some people. residence has splendid new 9 room Allen the next time you write for ffJOO. $1,400 cash, balance in 12 and do his part. It is much different here than in greeting from King George. Hours, fruimug oil pike, tenant Mlu1, with hardwood him to write a few lines it won't take the States. There is no one here but house .fairly good stock barn, large tobacco Neither France or England with Learning The Value Of Time. (iood sciiool house is No 10 100 acres 1 mile from Webster, on harn and corncrib. The saving of time and the impor- him long to write a little and I would old people and very young children whatever beauty they' may show comyt cash, good road. 145 acres tillable, 15 acres in Price $16,350. located on farm. woodland, 15 acres bottom laud, 25 acres balance in 5 annual payments. of a few minutes is worth much appreciate it. I will close for this The' country through which we came pare with our Modern America. level, 120 acres slightly rolling, all under tance Your loving is very beautiful and has some fine 7 miles from Cloverport, We located near an American Hosgood fence, has good seven room cottage, for any one to learn who has not had time with love to all. No. 4 286 acres 1 mile from small inland town, 100 acres fine with front porch, good three room tenant brother, Everett Miller. roads, but the towns and some cities pital and I have seen a boy who was H6 acres rolling. liK) acres house, splendid spring and spring house a chance to study such things. One creek bottom, hilly, 18 acres wheat sown, practically all near residence. All land is good, strong thing that illustrates this point occur-eare very old and shacky. One room with Ernest, Aug. 17, when they limestone soil. 24 cash, bah land under good fence, splendid Price $0,000. of the building in which am staying crossed "Xo Mans" land and said he the night before we were to go Writea To Relatives From residence, 1 tenant house, large new stock ance in 3 annual payments. Camp Sheridan. was built in 1731. We are in the was O. K. I'm feeling fine and dandy to the port of embarkation when we The letter below comes from Pvt. wine producing section and of course as tar as health is concerned, and had short notice. Every nun was William Wilkerson of Camp Sheri- get plenty of wine and grapes. hope every time you write you will dan written to his cousin whose name I wish I could give you a lengthy send All improvements A splendid 7 room residence ings, good stable. No -1 paper to answer on as it is : . .. . i. v. i ... new. k i i WE BUY rr rur prices snu and address failed to accompany the description of the things and places scarce here Hope this will find all rwirn iruni auu uack puriu, suiuuii as guuu as ' kitchen, cellar and cellar house, gar- - terms call or address, I saw while OLD TEETH letter. in England, but of course at home well. Write again at first I. D. Seaton, Real Estate Agent, rage and good stable, all in good con- We pay from $2.00 $38.00 per aet Dear Cousin: Thought I would I can't do so without memtioniug opportunity. Tell everybody to write. It intertsted in any of the above ken or not). We alaoto pay actual value(broLot 126 feet fronting R. R. dition. for . answer your most kind and welcome some important cities and you know Always Gene Diamonds, old Gold, Silver and street, running back 175 feet to an named farms call or address, (Address) Chas. E. Send at once by parcel poat and receive cash letter which I received a alley, large garden spot. short time that is not permmited just now. I can MGary. Sergt. Co. M. Mtith Inf. U. by eturn mail. j D Seaton, ago. This leaves me well and hope and will say that I was very favor S. Army American E. F. A. V. O. Cloverport, Ky. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Good two story residence No. Cloverport, Ky. ably impressed with the appearance Wi, F'rance. on corner lot, alt necessary out build- Dept. X, MT So. 6th It. Philadelphia, Pa. it( will find you the same. One of the mort notable events in d the history of the Italians was last week w'hen the inhabitants of that country welcomed in the city of Triest. the new Italian (iovernor-GeneraGen. I'etitti'di Koreto. The Italian poet. Signor Beuelli expressed the celebration which lasted two days as "The realization of a century's It ,. nrl anrl aittt dream nft.l tli " war against It is stated that all of Triest's popnit ulation, which is only about 1,'tn.OoO W. W. Barger and children since the war, turned out in all of the week end with Mr and Mrs tiieir regalia to meet the Governor Cashman of near Webster. .in.! so elated ere the w omen, i lul'l J. Brashear and daughter. Miss ren and the white haired patriots to liie Lee visited the former's sister, have Triest to Italy, that Adam Anspach and Mr. Ans- - they embraced and kissed the Gover ch last Saturday. nor. and so dense was the crowd it ir. and Mrs. R. Bruner received wa, impossible for his automobile to letter from their son O. C. Bruner be moved. rho is stationed at Camp Taylor Before the celebration took place laying he had been promoted to a the Austrian police control of Triest Sergeant. was relaxed, and the Austrian solMr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear and diers realized that their army had daughters, Mises Lena, Caroline and been defeated on the Italian front. Bessie Lee and grandson, Ludwell began demobilizing and went to their B. Adki sson and ertis Sketo spent homes an enjoyable day with Mr. and Mrs Otis Stiff, Sunday. LOANS TO OUR ALLIES. l, Austria-Hungary.r..-torc- WAR SAVINGS STAMPS BRECKIN RIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN. K OF CLOVERPORT RAY President LEWIS HEYSER. Acting Cashier With Home Boys In Service, Continued from page ' I DIRECTORY I " I I - T 1 '' n-- ge .;. i 1 "''' msrsai 1 -. , E. A. HARDESTY '' j -- C ; Stephensport Kentucky i 1 "' 1 Glen Dean, Ky. 1 Beard Bros. Live Stock and 1 er I. B. RICHARDSON j 1 '" Tobacco Some Bargains in Breckinridge County Farms : .. rJ i - 1 ' n Park Place 1 ai. ij Farmer and Feeder 1 j 1 1 d 1 Cloverport City Property tor Sale 'r i . Si FALSE Bridye-work- Hart Schaffner V Clothes &.Marx I Never Before Has this store been so well fixed to save its many customers money on THEIR Fall and Winter clothing. Never in the recollection of the most of us has there existed such a scarcity of Men's and Young Men's quality suits and overcoats, a situation that will not change soon. Many months ago, believing a condition like the present to be not far distant we bought heavy and from more concerns than those we had been buying from regularly, thinking in that way to protect our customers' clothing wants. We have received about 80 per cent of our orders and you will find here great assortment of men's and young men's suits and overcoats at 15 to 20 per cent less than their real value. It is to your interest to buy now as prices will he higher. a B. F. BEARD & COMPANY Hardinsburg, Kentucky VICTORY GIRLS Continued from page ing the sale. They great fully acknowledge the kindness of Mr and Mrs. Newsoni Gardner in collecting flow" Lewis Jarboe from Camp Knox was at home Monday to vote. Johnson. Judge Ahl spent several days of Bloomfield, Ky., Oct. -- 7, 1918. Mr. Frank Speaks of Louisville was the last week visiting with his daughter, J. D. Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. Dear ers. week end guest of his cousin. Willie Mr. and Mrs. Daily Beard and famSir: Find enclosed a money order Registration of Victory Girls.. Macy. ily. five (75) cents, please The registration of Victory Girls for seventy Mrs. D. E. Deacon was in LouisMrs. Fred F'erry of Louisville and renew my subscription to your papfor the Irvington precinct includes er. This is a fine country where ville last week to see her son, Rosco her daughter, Anna were the week also Misses Ethel LouiM Hawes, live hut I always like to hear from who is stationed at Camp Taylor. end visitors of her father, Gen. D. R. AnnaLucy Hawes, Anna May Wilson, my old home town. W alter Adkisson has added to his Murray. I am enclosing a letter from my hlacksmith shop a I horse power n Ruth Henninger, Elisabeth Henning- Miss Nell Jones spent her week's hrother for the Home Boys in Serer, Mildred Itrown, Helen Board, Virengine a pair of corn hurra and vice corner of your paper. Mrs. H. vacation in Louisville. ginia Handy. Elizabeth Handy, Kath-erin- e W. Snider. a crusher. Lodihurg is on the boom. Miss Margaret Monarch left MonCox, Rtlth Marshall, Jeanette James McCoy, Jr., sold his farm to Carter, Louise Carter, Nona I. yd. Ian. TRY A NEWS WANT AD TODAY Ollie Johnson. Consideration $s()0. day to enter Logan Female College. Georgia Bishoff, Ruby Bishoff anl Mr. Beauchamp, a traveling sales Mr. McCoy bought Henry Payne's I.ucy llisholf. man is at the Comercial Hotel, suffarm. Consideration $1600, Mrs. It II McGlnthlan. Chairman Walter Adkisson and daughter, fering with three broken ribs receivVictory Girls, Irvington Precinct. Miss Ruby visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam ed when attempting to crank his auto-- I mobile. Mrs. Henry Landcaster was in Cox of Sample last Sunday. Paying For Two Years. Miss lua Basham and Mrs. Mamie Mr. and Mrs Lawerence Carroll and Irvington, Ky. Nov. 8, 1918, Dear Louisville last week visiting htr son, Garrett visited their uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson Wilson of Clover-por- t Mr. BuMMge: believe it is time I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Landcaster. paid you for The Breclcenridgc Newi visited Miss Mrs. Roll Miller of Raymond last Miss Eva Basham were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Enclosed you will find $3.00 for two Hester Cook of Mystic last Sunday. Sunday. James T. Smith. Wednesday. years Subscription which already Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bandy are reMiss Myrtle Deacon of Louisville T. C. Lewis spent the past week in owe you and $1 "ill to renew my subscription, can't do without the pap- - was visiting her sister, Mrs. J. 11. ceiving congratulations over a little Cincinnati. girl who arrived at their home last J. W. Willis was in town F'riday. Friday 3th. He was accompanied home by his Mrs. Grayson l'ayne was the guest Willis. daughter. Miss ol tier sister, Mrs. nob Adkisson in The Hu ban not being lifted our Irvington last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence l'ayne and State College pupils who were called family of Mystic were the guests of to Lexington to report for school Monday, will he detained at LexingMrs. Charlie l'ayne last Sunday. ton until something definite is given e Mr. and Mrs. Will Shelman of 1918 visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen out by the State Board of Health. J. P. Haswell, Jr., spent election Bandy last Sunday. day at home. Jack Woods bought Jeff Jolly's W. C Pate of Cloverport, was in shall offer for sale at my farm, one mile south farm near Clifton Mills paying $400 cash. And Jeff Jolly bought Charlie town Wednesday. of UntOfl Star, three miles west of I.odihurg, the Business summoned W. S. Ball and Hatfield's farm paying $t."o cash. Mrs. Dick Avitt was the week end H. M. Beard to Louisville, Tuesday work hortei J two milch cows; four following; two W. H. Gibson, Dept'y Sheriff of guest of her daughter, Mrs. Herman head of young cattle; twenty- - one head of sheep; Stephensport was in town Wednes Landcaster of Louisville. Miss Eva Adkisson visited her day. twelve shoats; one brood sow. ( )ne wagon; one Mr. Doc Oliver and Preston aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Avitt of of Custer were in town WednesRaymond last week. buggy ; one corn drill; one riding cultivator; one Mrs. Sam Brown of Louisville was day. mowing machine; one hay rake; plows and harrows. Sister Mary Louise a teacher of the week end guest of her father, Mr. St. Romaulds College is very low. Reese French of Mystic Three hundred Inishels of corn. Household and Simon Rohbins bought A. .'. Dyes' Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hillary 1 kitchen furniture, including one iqtUUTC ptM - um farm lying on Sinking creek one mile Cooms of Owensboro and her Supbelow Clifton Mills. Consideration erior mother, Aloysius of St. Josephs made known on day of sale. Academy were summoned. They ar$;i.j()o. rived Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Routine and Get the) Genuine son, Richard attended their father's and Avoid sale at Custer last Saturday. Mrs. Routine spent the week with her 1 gas-oli- er, and 1 like to read the letters from Avitt and her hrother. D. E. Deacon the Iiovs. Thank you for sending and Mrs. Deacon last week. the News so long. Respectfully, Mrs. Charlie Payne of Louisville was at Jno. K. Chism. home last week and stayed till after Likes To Hear From Her Old Home. the election to vote for Stanley and HARDINSBURG LODIBURG busy selling flowers for the the French War Orphans, a nlc has been realized G A. F'oote is in BrandenMrs k burg the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Gillie Dowell m ive to l ong" Branch this weel John Muclier and Mr. Bueher. Mrs W. J. Piggott has retJ I". Drury ami son, Chancy Drury of Vine Grove were in town Wednes- from Lexington where she vioter daughter. Miss Eliza Piggott. day. Miss Augie Gibson is visiting LI Z. T. Stith, A. F. Sipes and G. R. J. B. Gibson and Mrs. Gibson) Compton were in Hardinsburg, WedLouisville. nesday. Lieut. Will Conniff who is Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. company C. nth Infantry in Frar John Butcher of Brandenburg upon has been mentioned for bravery the arrival of a son, Nov. 5th. Mrs. recent battles and recommended Butcher was formerly Miss Bessie promotion. of this place. I'oote Irvington has a moonlight schoyi Geo. Coa who has been seriously the only one in the county. It ill of the flu followed by pneumonia conducted by L. M. Ford, Principfl we are glad to report is improving. of the colored school. M's Owen Gillanwater is ill with ludffc S. B I'avne and Mrs. I'avne the flu. of Hardinsburg, spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Beauchamp of Mystic Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drane. continues her visit among relatives. The Irvington Red Cross chapter Mr. and Mrs. E. I'. Hardaway spent F"or inwants lOo property flags. Sunday in Stiths Valley the guests of formation see Mrs. A. B. Suter. Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Stith. Miss Tula Lockard is home from Mr. Billie Kasey has returned home a visit with relatives in Indiana and after a visit in Henderson county. Illinois. Wathcn Drury who is stationed at The Irvington Red Cross chapter West Point spent the week end at shipped one hundred and sixty home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. shirts and one hundred pair of 3ocks C. H. Drury. to the Red Cross Headquarters at Hugh Albright who has been home They are for Cincinnati. Monday. on a thirty days furlough has returnthe Belgians. ed to Camp McClellan, Ala. Mrs. Sam Hawes of Louisville, is Mr. and Mrs. Fdgar Hardaway and visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hawes. children, Clara Louise and J. Elliott Messrs and Mesdames Ben Norris Hardaway spent the week end with and Bate Washington were dinner her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Foote guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Min-te- r, at Pilot Ridge. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury spent Misses Helen Board and Susie Friday in Irvington attending the Thomas Payne left Monday for Farmers Insurance Meeting. where they will resume their Miss Mary Louise Hardaway spent studies. the week 'end with Laura Mell Stith. Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp and children of Louisville are visitors of Mrs. H. J. Krebs. Mrs. Nannie Wathen has gone to FOR RENT My residence in Indianapolis to spend the winter Hardinsburg. Jno. D. Shaw, 1030 months with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. MilS. 3rd St. Louisville, Ky. ler. Mrs. Baxter and daughter, Miss Bert Cunningham of Chenault was Elizabeth Baxter have returned from in town Saturday. a visit with relatives at Glen Dean. Misses Emma Lou and Johnie Mrs. L. B. Moremen, Mrs. Kate Moorman of Glen Dean visited Mrs. are enroute Wheeler to join Gillie Dowell last week. Bennett and Master Albert W.. More-me- n Mrs. Harry Major and Miss Cathleft Wednesday for Louisville erine Major have returned to Akron, to visit E. L. Bennett and family they Ohio. Major L. B. Moremen. M. H. Ward of New Albany was Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne and Miss in town Friday. Susie Thomas Payne motored to Miss Helen Meador of Hardinsburg Louisville. Wednesday. has been the guest ' of Mrs. Fred Lewis Bishoff has gone to OwensSadenwater. boro to accept a position with the L. The Woman's Missionary Society H. & St. L. R. R. Co. of the Methodist church will meet Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bunger are rewith Mrs. W. J. Piggott, Wednesday ceiving congratulations on the arafternoon at liH The committee rival of a son Adrian Travis Bunger, on local work of the church is urged Nov. 2nd. to meet for a conference at ' o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. John Akers of HardMrs. Nell McClintick of Louisville insburg have taken rooms at the is visiting her mother, Mrs. Cornwall. home of Mr. and Mrs. D. VV. Henry. Mrs. G. O. Bailey is home from They will move to their farm in a few an extended visit with relatives in weeks. We gladly welcome them Virginia. iiuiih auci nui ycdia dUSCIICC. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Brooks atsons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. tended the funeral of Mrs. Ed Kirk Tom Bewley at Bewleyville. at Fordsville. Saturday. Mrs. Kirk Dr. D. B. Beeler of New Alabamy, died in Eldorado, 111. was in town Saturday. George Piggott has returned to We are glad to report the influenza school at Indianapolis. is under control in our epidemic Lon Dowell has purchased the farm town and vicinity. of Mrs. Hillard near town. Mrs. d Mrs. Nannie Wathen and George has moved to her home on WalPiggott were in Louisville last week. nut St. D. W. Henry was at Big Spring Mrs. Hottell, New Albany is the Saturday and cried a sale for the guest of her son, J. B. Hottell and heirs of John Dowell (deceased.) Mrs. Hottell. The Victory Girls composed of T. C. Sadenwater and Chris Ald-ridMisses Mahel Wroe, Susie Thomas bought Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Payne, Rose Alexander, Reba Bolin, cottage on Main street conMahel and Nell Adkins have been sideration $800. BEWLEYVULE Rus-sellvi- IRVINGTON .(,.. Hil-lar- Telephone Courtesy are those who talk over it as though face to face. I I The people who get the greatest amount ojf good out of their telephone PUBLIC SALE! Tuesday, November 26th, 1 Fry-mir- Courtesy smooths out difficulties and promotes the promptest possible connections. The operators of the BELL System are trained to be patient and polite under all circumstances, but they will do better work if they meet with patience and politeness on the part of the telephone users. Mil-bur- n cause you to overlook this. The best results come through the practice of mutual courtesy. The voice with the smile wins operator or the other party should not The fact that you cannot see the W. L. ROBERTSON Union Star, Ky. Every Cake conomv father. FOR RENT My residence Hardinsburg Jno. D. Shaw, S. 3rd St. Louisville, Ky. in X030 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated W. A. HAYNES, Local Manager, Cloverport. iCy