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No. 47 21,1919 Pages GOOD ROADS TAX GOES "OVER THE TOP" BY A LARGE MAJORITY R PUBLICANS NAME TICKET ytk Big Convention Held In NORMAN S. GREGORY EXPECTED THIS WEEK. Has Had An Adventurous Time On The Front. MOORMAN TELLS AIM OF LEGION CAR LOAD OF HORSES Will Visit Glen Gean Mr. and Mrs. Otter Owen, Brisbee, Arizona, Will Visit in Glen Dean. Glen Dean, Ky., May post-offic- Kentucky ComMr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory have Temporary received notice of the safe arrival of mander Says Service Will Be Lexington Last Week. their son, Norman S. Gregory, who Organization Keynote. Lexington, Ky., May 14, Con arrived in New York, May 13, and I was sent to Camp Dix for demobilizdemning the Democratic administraCounty Leaders tion of the state for wasteful ex- - ation. He is expected home the latter To Name trayagance and violation of the con part of this week. Norman has had (From The fidence of the people, the Republicans Jan adventurous time as he was injurof Kentucky in convention here to- - ed on a transport going over and was Direct help to returning soldiers ,' night adopted a platform into which j confined several times at a hospital and sailors in obtaining employment, ?' Was, written a remedy for their politi- - in England for several weeks. When payment of his bonous and proper un,'eal ills a declaration or indepen- j released he was sent to France and derstanding of his priviliges as to dence from a demagogic rule and jwas attached to the 'Field Signal war risk insurance pr disability comindorsed a ticket headed of the 78 Division, known as pensation, in addition to special retj by Edwin P. Morrow'to lead the par- . t t r iiyvio victory in iNovcmDcr. the Lightning Division, and upon his lief work and an opportunity for The following candidates were in- arrival at the front tie was among the camraderie, will be offered in the dorsed: 12 men selected out of ICO, to go Kentucky branches of the American ,$".. For Gevernor Edwin P. Morrow, no man's Jand the first night Legion, according to Judge Henry De ot aommerset. Lieutenant . Governor S. to lay communication wires. His line Haven Moorman, temporary State For was destroyed eight times that night .Commander for Kentucky, who, with Thurston Ballard, of Louisville. " For Secretary of State Fred A. and he got three hits and gassed, but otner iventucKy delegates, passed Vaughn, of Pike County. came out alright and took part in Louis convention For Attorney Genreal Uiarles i. 78th Division drive in the Argonne return from the St. yesterday V through Louisville on his 'Dawson, of Pineville, Ky. John J. Craig, of Woods when they was sent to rescue at which the Legion was formed. For Auditor . 'Co'vington. the 77th. Division, the last battalion "More than everything else, how"For Superintendent of Public In- at ..Grand-Pr- c. , This place was taken ever," said Judge Moorman, when of in Colvin, M. struction George 35 minutes, what the 77th failed to asked about Kentucky plans, "will be ..Springfield. rapid action, and take in Appeals was thistwo days charge made soon the the opportunity of Kentucky veterFor Clerk of the Court of furious Speck, of Bowling Green. Roy B. Huns that it took the Rainbow Divi- ans to establish themselves on the . For Commissioner of Agriculture sion 3 days to catch up with it to platform of broad Americanism enunw. L.. Hanna, ot anemyviue. it, when the officer in charge ciated by the St. Louis caucus, at caught up with the 78th., he saluted Mrs. Thos. Dugeon Dies. and said, "I had orders to leap frog, which men who shed blood in France, you at Grand-Pr- e but how could I, with those who were held at home, traveling faster than (Special) when toyou wasthe officer in command stood solidly on every action against McDaniels, Ky., May 19. we," which tendencies. This was fi Mrs. .velvn DUKeon. wne ot Mr. replied "How in the H 1 could we shown principally in the refusal of W. Thomas Dugeon, departed this Lwait for you when we was trying to the delegates to hold their November life, Apr. 28, 19J9, and was laid to catch up with them dirty Huns. convention in Chicago because of the test in the Pleasant Hill cemetery at alleged lack of patriotism of Mayor McDaniels. Mrs. Dugeon was con- T Thompson and further in their stirt verted when 18 years of age and join- ring banishment from any part in the t, ed the Baptist church of Hancock county. She lived a beautiful life and Continued on Page 8 was always ready to do what she Lewis Beavin Narrowly Escapes Dugeon 'could for the Lord. Mrs. Death Sunday Evening in An FJ; was the daughter of Mr. antj Mrs. Automobile Smash-U- p. LANDING .Chancelor who survive, her, also Courier-Journal) Bring Fair PricesLast Saturday a Busy Day in Cloverport Many From. Toblnsport ttend A- John W. Tindall, Stricken With e Heart Trouble, Passes Away Here in the h,angs a very attractive calendar that came Was Union Soldier. from Brisbee, Ariz. The picture rep19, (Special) Sale. f Bat-itali- .......... . it-- . ve v A good crowd from the country and Tobinsport was in town last Saturday to attend the auction sale of Western marcs conducted by Willard Barrett. They were a fairly good lot, and were purchased for breeding purposes. They sold well and brought good prices. Good mules are scarce In this county and bring a fancy price. The farmers are devoting more of their time every year to stock raising and in a few years Breckenridge county will be second to none in the State when it comes to fine stock. It took a long time for the farmers to see that it pays to raise high-clas- s stock and a still longer time to realize the need of good roads. Good stock and good roads is what good old Breckenridge needs, and what she wants she generally gets. She is not lacking for good people the woods is full ofetn.-Theare just beginning to awake from a Rip Van Winkle snooze and look about and see the need of good roids The Cloverport & Tobinsport ferry handled 150 passengers Saturday. The Tobinsport farmers, like the Breckenridge county farmers, are just beginning to get the mud out of their eyes to the fact that it pays to raise good stock and to have good roads. resents "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," and the buisncss name is that of Otter Owen, son of Mrs. Mary Hack Owen. He was born reared and educated here along with many others who have landed their ships on various shores. Kentucky may well be proud of Breckinridge county's representatives, and especially those of Glen Dean. We hope to see them all written up in book form some day, especially those who were in school some 20 or 25 years ago. Many laurel wreaths we might now place, but the one already mentioned is enough for this time, as he is such a good christain and I believe clerk in a Baptist church. He is so attentive to his dear mother by writing her kind and comforting letters. We are hoping for a visit by he and his wife in August or September, as then we are to have our annual revival conducted by Rev. J. F. Lewis our former pastor and Rev, E. B. English. He will find on his return many young people putting forth efforts to keep his home town and community alive by their energies. Girls raising chickens and turkeys and giving to Missions and any christian work called for. Young men living up to an excellent standard by being industrious and liberal for a good cause that will help to keep up the moral standard here. John W. Tindall, aged 75 years and an old Union soldier, expired suddenly at his home abont 5 miles from Cloverport, last Tuesday night Mr. tindall had been in his usual good health up to a few hours of his death. He suffered an attack of heart trouble which hastened the end. Mr. Tindall leaves five children to mourn his loss: Mrs. S. B Hanks, of Stephensport; Mrs. Chas. Macey, Lodi-burJ. W. Tindall, Lodiburg; Samuel E. Tindall, Kansas City; and one daughter, Lovena Tindall, who made her home with her father. Mr. Tindall had lived in Breckinridge county all bis life. The burial took place Saturday in the Tindall burying gtound near the late home of the deceased. g; Suffers Scalp Wound.t Edward Graves, fireman on the Henderson Route happened to a painful accident Sunday night just before leaving Howell coming east. He was performing his regular duties prior to starting when a huge lump of coat fr6m the tender struck him a glancing blow on the head. His injuries were dressed and he came on to Cloverport where he will probably be laid up for a few days. TO BUILD AT ONCE Work on the Loose Leaf Ware- Forty Hours Devotion. Forty Hours Devotional services Rho-deli- a; J -- at Saint Rose church ended at 0 o'clock mate at the shops, went to Louisville recently and witnessed the great Kentucky Derby. He says either his judgment was bad or the horses he picked were suffering with slow fever, he didn't know which, as he picked ten straight losers. house morning. Father Norman, of Start Soon To Tuesday Hardlnsburg; Father Able, of Father Timmeny, of Knottsville, Be of Brick and Concrete. to & and eight children, five boys and three girls, the oldest 21 and I.the youngest 4 and a brother ar.d . sister. van Aiitdhivu Jilb mil V fV home and never forgotten. She has gone where no sorrows ever come. May the Lord bless and keep ; ' d ones that are left at home. lr the-loy- JJhusband a An Interesting Address Mr. W: J. Piggott, of Irvington, delivered a very interesting and address in the Methodist church Sunday on the great Centen ary drive that is now on by the members of the Southern Methodist church to raise $35,000,000 for the ft speaker and his address was greatly appreciated by those who heard' it. ' Mrs; Snider Joins Her Husband. Mrs. Hugh Willis Snider, left yesterday for Louisville, where she goes to join her husband, who has arrived at Camp Taylor. Mr. Snider was in ' the army of occupation in Germany, and as soon as he is discharged they r u:. lew 1IC ' ...:n gU IU DIUUUUIC1U IU .1113 f III u YVHl left'when'he was called to the colors. J' , m..e.ij Lewis Beavin, who lives a short distance out tHe pike, is at the home of John Weatherholt in a precarious condition as a result of an automobile acci dent Sunday evening, about 1 o'clock. Mr. Beavin, in company with Floyd Hinton, had spent the evening in Clover-po- rt with friends, aud about 6:30 they started for home. After passing the home of John Weatherholt a short distance Mr, Beavin made a run for a very steep hill. For some unaccountable reason the machine skidded, struck a telephone pole and turned turtle badly damaging the machine. Mr. Beavin was considerably bruised up and it is. feared he is suffering from internal injuries. Mr Hinton escaped witn a few minor scratches. Mr. Beavin was hurried to the home of Mr. Weatherholt and Dr Chas. Lightfoot was called and dressed his wounds, and says1 that while he is badly hurt he is in no serious condition. Mr. Beavin is 22 years of age and is" well liked by those who know him and his friends are sorry to learn of his mis fortune. J "He was a good friend-- but a poor executor." One so often hears that corhment. Settling; an estate successfully calls .for more than good intentions. Principally it calls for years ot "knowing how." Our own considerable success in settling estates springs from long practical experience coupled with personal kindjy consideration for the families of those who leave their affairs in our hands. TRUST DEPARTMENT : CARD OF THANKS. Byron Whitehead, a talented young brick-layeWe want to thank our neighbors, has composed a beautiful friends and loved ones for the kind'piece of music which he has named Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, who ness shown us during the recent ill" It is of the dreamy has just arrived from war torn France, "Hookemcowblue ness and death of our wife and Hawaiian variety and shows the artistic says the biggest liar in. the world could mother. temprament of the composer. He has not exaggerate the condition the GerMilton Squires and Family. about completed a fox-trand has mans left Frjnce if he should try to dedecided to call it "Nacen." He says scribe it THE GOOD ROADS sounds bet that "Hookemcowblue" Herbert Rush, son of Lawrence Rush, ter played on a brick and trowel than it Crete flooring TAX CARRIES. of Persimmon Flat, landed home from A feature will be the lighting of the does on a grafonola, as he can slur the Germany yesterday. He was loaded notes with more feeling. building with special skylights. Only From reports coming in the tax has down with souvenirs, gass masks, French one other building in the Green River carried by a large majority Cloverboots, German flags, and in fact everydistrict Is equipped with these lights, give 150 of 20o majority. The Henry Edward Breckinridge Greg and It is acknowledged to De the best. port will thing except the Kaiser. Hardinsburg around 200, Stephens-po- rt ory Riverside Park is no more. It went Every thing is being planned to practically all. one way, Irving-to- n Sharkey' Gregory, that loving son good majority, Glen Dean, way that chased the Hun, is back in Clover- the way alt good things go Food stuff make this point the most important back the Green River district outside over the top. The frqm. districts have port shaking hands with his many being scarce and high, and the man one-inot been heard It is estieating tiger from the Zoo threatening to of Owensboro. friends He was asked what he brought mated that the county will go around 500. Any way there is a safe majority home with him as a souvenir. His ans- escape, the town authorities decided to for the tax. wer was, "A good appetite " The only do awar with it and rented it to Jess Card of Thanks. kick Sharkie has to register was he Miller, a "Stringtown on the Hill" far We wish to thank our many friends Cleaning Gold 'Jewelry. couldn't get any good tobacco. The mer No more will we hear the sweet When cleaning your gold Jewelry notes of the cricket band and the basso and neighbors for their kindness and tobacco they got ever there had been profondo of the bull frog , The beauti consideration shown us in the death of yoa will add to the brilliance of the reduced till it was tobacco nit. ful shade trees have beea deadened and our father, J. W Tindall, the kindness stones If yon use (Warm suds made Herman O'Bryan, secretary of the with yellow soap and warm water to the swings removed. Where once lad of which we shall always cherish, which has been added ten drops of sal Bachelors Club, wishes to notify the and The Children. lassie used to go to plead their cause volatile. members and prospective members that and feed the little monkeys peanuts, is his address is Tobinsport, Ind , instead now only a barren waste. It is only a of Mooleyville. He didn't make this dream .of shattered hopes aud hungry move on account of health. He wanted coffers. to get closer to the seat of government, as the club Is, located in Cloverport. "Banty" Hayden reports the condition Freeman & Brown, Cow Heel farmers of the treasury of the club for the year: and stock buyers, are making prepara- Cash on hand 29 cents; other junk, four tions to feed about a hundred hogs for brass buttons, three Ford cars, 1892 the fall market. They are buying anymodels, one lifesize portrait of Kaiser thing that looks like a hog. The other Bill, a history of the war by Sharkey day they came into town with a sack raised tbo pig that won first in tho Pig Club Gregory, explaining why he didn't get full and when they opened it and last year. I havo them good enough to win the Kaiser. dumped them out, lo, and behold, half again this year, if properly fitted, and they are Robert Simmons, who bought the of them were guinea pigs and the other priced worth the money too. These are tho Major Miller property from John Elder, half prairie dogs. They being game kind of pigs that go out and make good and sports they made the purchase sight says the house ts so large just for him please, their owners. and his wife they have to use a compas unseen from Tom Satterfield, an uuso and map to keep from getting lost when phisticated farmer. They say the next In a few weeks I will be weaning. some of tho they go wandering around through the sack of pigs they buy they are going to best pigs that I have ever raised. See them bethe sack first. The market look into rooms. Joe Mulbatton, Jr. being off on prairie dogs and guinea pigs fore you buy elf ewhere. Hero you get the pig they charged them off to profit and loss you buy; no drawing for ohoice, no lottery. and are laying for Tom when he tries to I Hell hogs and satisfaction. pull off another deal at their expeuce. I r, J ot n ! CARTER'S Construction of the loose leaf tobacco warehouse will begin in this city within the next few days. It will be erected on the site just below the Ice plant, and will be I48XUO with 18,000 feet of floor space. The building will b of brick and concrete. Mr J. Walter Boyle was In town Friday; arranging contracts for ma terlal and labor. He. contracted for 23,000 feet of rough lumber from Jackson Bros., and lor 18,000 feet of con and Father Odendahl, of Axtel, were in attendance, and assisted Father Henry in the services. Big Type Poland Chinas The Farmer's Hog. I 4 INI THIS AND THAT. "Cmirvation," 3. "V "September Morn' " without her robe, Was a master mind's creation; It's been the subject of many a probe-- But they call It Conservation. It's stylish now to dress that way, Although it causes consternation; But, holy smoke, look what she saves "Buck" Weatherholt, a faithful em ployee at the shops, was standing on the street the other day admiring a hobble-skir- t. An idea struck him that he would set the fashion for the rest of the shop men aud there and then had his Sunday The next evening he trousers hobbled came down on the street laboring under '4 , , Tht Bank of Htrdiniburi STRENGTH 4 $ Trust Co. SERVICE . SAFETY extreme difficulties. A heavy rain came up very suddenly, and. "Buck" being in ye olden times a circus tent about ten feet from shelter, came near Would about suffice to make a dress; being drowned before he could get his Rut look' at, all that good moaer spent, knife out and slit one leg of bis trousers. kind Is good Wkt a thumb, stall serves the purpose He says the beet enough for him, but that he would like That's just ptaia AMKevUUou. to se "Shorty" Wright with a pair ot kefeblett trouscrs.ou. Muffett. K. MeHawM, bM guuMr's We call it Conserbreviation. The sows of my herd come from three of the states of the Union. I have best never let money stand between me and the hog I wanted, to improve my herd. 1 also have two males large enough for service from a litter of ten, choice individuals, for sale now. The pork barrel is the end of the hog. I have the kind that fill it. The sow pigs are all sold. Choice mail pigs for sale at weaning time. hog-produci- VIC PILE, Harned, Ky. Gee. 53 PAW THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY I.I MAY I II a ........ WW ain't amongst long-burnin- ,tf3 g. Jim Ste'erman and little daughter, were guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Horsley, of Woodrow, Sunday. Miss Lilly Tucker, spent the week end with her uncle, Mr. Haynes near Clifton. Mrs. Octava Gray and daughter, Miss Almeda Gray and Mrs. J. B. Carrie and ' daughter, Harrison Harrison are visiting rela Frances tives in Pewce Valley. Alias Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ' Moorman last week. .Ova Gray and Herschel Priest, of Pewce Valley, visited relatives here If!.. T Two Points ta Remember About the I New Edison There are many sound reproducing devices on the There are many sound reproducing devices about the The only instrument which bears the stamp of a great inventor's name the only instrument which has been subjected to the searching test of actual companion with the artist's living voice is merit if which strong assertions are made. There is but one' which has ver offered to prove the truth of its claims. market. There is but one which is associated with the name of a great inventor. ,, L . THE FRIENDL TOBACCO cvciyn oiiyucr, ui truuuiu. visited her aunt, Mrs. Cora Priest of Hensley, lait week. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Davis, of Har- ned, were guesfs Sunday of Mrs. Mar tha Macy. Several from here attended the Eastern Star Lodge at Hardinshurg, Tuesday evening. STEPHENSPORT A. L. Lewis returned from Hardinshurg, Wednesday. E. A. Hardesty was in Louisville, Tuesday. Jno. D. Babbagc, of Cloverport, was in town Saturday. Mis Nannie Stcrrett, of Owcnsboro, guest of her mowas the wee,k-enther, Mrs. Geo. M. Barkley and Mr. d The New Edison "The Phonograph With a Soul" The makers of the NEW EDISON assert that it the artist'.s voice or instrument' with such complete fidelity that no human ear can ' distinguish the artist from the Then they proceed to prove it by subjecting the instrument to the acid test of direct comparison with the living artist. ' RE-CREATN. 'T'HEREmay be some things that can be done well in a hurry, but pickin'a wife an'agein' a tobacco 'em. u Kentucky Burley tobacco every year, stored in wooden hogsheads. It ripens two years. When we take it out it's different Nature has improved it, good as it was made it We put away millions of pounds of fine friendlier, more fragrant, cool-smokin- g, ness that is building will of Nature has given it a delicious quality of mildness and fragrance that no artificial means can ever equal. It's just that extra touch of friendly good- hurg, Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth English of Ammons was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. A. B. Crawford last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mathcny and children, of Owensboro were guests r, last Sunday and Monday of. his Mrs. Cyrus Merritt and Mr. Merritt. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Barkley were guests of relatives in Louisville, Lexington and Danville last week. Mr. and Mrs. John G. McCoy re-- I turned Saturday from a visit with her mother, at Island, Ky. Rev. W. O. Rickard, of Cloverport, delivered an excellent sermon at the 'M. E. church, Thursday evening. mo-'theI I Barkley. Misse: Myrtle li. bhellman and fc.va Basham, were in CloVcrport, Satur- day. Dr. G E. Shively Was in Hardins ' More than 150o of these tone tests have been con- ducted. Invariably the result proved the truth of claim. Why has no other device been subjected to this test? ' FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON. Manager PLANING MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY. FORDSVILLE, up VELVET Tobacco into the favor and good pipe smokers who prefer to smoke tobacco cured in Nature's way. You would notice the difference. week. Mrs. A. L. Lewis and children left Sunday for Wise, Va., where they will spend several weeks visiting relatives. Mrs. A. B. Crawford was the week end guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. S. the guest of Mrs. O. Airs. Dick Lox, of Union C. Shellman last star, was Bring Us Your Produce! Wo pay you Louisville prices. If you have never favored us with your patronage all we ask is one trial. Ask any of our customers concerning us. They will all say: The highest prices, fuirest dealings and courteous treatment thousands of antly surprised last Sunday at her home by her daughters, Mesdames Tinius, Stewart, Diecktnan and Basham, all bringing baskets well filled with good things to eat and eighteen enjoyed a sumptuous repast. Mrs. James Sutton and baby, of Henderson, are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos Smith. Mrs. Martha J. Basham was pleas- English near Ammons. AMERICAN BUTTER & CHEESE COMPANY) D. D. DAVIS, Buyer, Hardinsburg, Ky. BEECH FORK We are havincr an arlnnHnnre nf rain . -It rained all last week. Some of the farmers have some tobacco VELVET'S- natare-ae- d mildnen ground ready and plants to set it. and amooihnet make itjtut right J. M. Beatty has one and one half cigarettes. for acres ready to set and plenty of plants. There was a family reunion at J. M. Beatty's last Sunday. All of their rhllrlrpn anrl errand rhiMren wpr mm mmmm mmm & there, for the first time since they all married. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. bred Davis, of this neigh- Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday in behalf of the Jewish borhood and their little daughter, Louise; Mr. and Mrs. Phinis Smiley MEWS Relief Fund. M. P. Conipton. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tinker and and Phinis. Jr.. Mook: T. E. Beattv The teachers for B. C. H. S.chool graded school have been elected daughter, Geraldine Tinker,' George wife. and children, Everette and Edith COUNTY and the next term: except for the Musselman, of Louisville, ,Mr. and Murrel; this neighborhood.; Mr. and for seventh and eighth grade. This grade Mrs. Ginger Bandy and children' Mrs. Thomas Mattingly and little 'has been left for Zeno Miller, who ac- spent Sunday with Mr.'and Mrs. John daughter. Mildred Elizabeth, of Glen Dean. They had a nice turkey for cepted this place last year but was Musselman. HARDINSBURG Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Brooks have 'dinner, called to military service. If he does burg, last Monday it being circuit not accept, these grades will be in returned from Eldorado, III. Dr. Wm. Milner, of Union Star, charge of Mrs. J. F. Bowlds. Dan Walls. Mitchell, Ind., has been court day. was here Tuesday. Several from here went to Hardins- The following is the list of teach- - visiting relatives here. Frank Brickey bought a nice mule Mr. Lindsay Kincheloe, of Bonita, ers: Miss Virginia Bandy, who is at- J. F. Bowlds, principal; Miss Cal., is visiting his parents. Mr. and Anna Wyman and Clara Eskridge, tending school at Danville, will go to from Beard Bros., Monday, price Mrs. M. L. Kincheloe. Coral Whittinghill, Mesdames Lelia' Blue Ridge, N. C, June 3rd., as a $150. Forrest Freeman bought a sow and Mr. Arthur King and .istcr, Miss McCubbins and Andrew Driskell. representative of K. C. W. Evelyn King, erf Irvinglon. have re- Airs. H. J. Krebs leaves this, week pigs 'from George Pate for $100. Mrs. John Lewis died at her home Nat Taul, George Pate and J. M. turned hpnje, after a visit with Ray- - here Friday at 0:15 P. M. Her death for Guthrie, to visit relatives. mond Sheeran and sisters, Misses was sudden being due to heart Miss Delia Cooper, of Owensboro, Beatty, went to Hardinsburg, Mon- Mary and' Margaret Sheeran. trouble. Besides her husband she is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. day and each one bought a new disc cultivator from Pat Dillion. J. B. Carman. W. S. Ball and A. T. leaves five sisters. She was a d Vogel. attended the Republican con- - ber of St. Romauld's Catholic church, Irvingtonians in Louisville last Frank Brickey and Herbert Walker vention at Lexington, last week. where the funeral services were held week: Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor,' have each one bought a corn planter Miss Mary Franklin Beard has re- - Saturday at 3 P. M. burial in St. Airs. wm. Kendall, Mrs. Dale Smith, spring, turned home after a visit in Louis- - Romauld's cemetery. Misses Helen Smith, Margaret Bandy, viUe. Atty. John P. Haswell, of Louis- - Eula Neafus, Messrs. W. J. Piggott, HARNED Misses Lucille Jarboe, Margaret O'- - ville, after several days here has N. Gardner and Claude Neafus. Exie Lewis and Anovah turned.-Miss Maggie Lee Hoard the attrac- V.; ew Mr. and Mrs. Bowmer Smith of m live mccc oi Air. ana If Airs. j. x. iuar here St. Josephs, Thursday. When you hive backache the liver or kid- - tingly is assisting in E. H. Shelman M)?11,ur&. sPent the week-en- d n,.,t, iwun relatives. Mr. John O'Sullivan, of Kansas, has ieyj are ure to be out of gear. Try San- - x, Several from here attended Lodge returned home after a visit V'ith ol, it does wonders for the liver, kidney and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wallace, of friends. bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convince you, Louisville, spent the week-en- d with at Hardinsburg, Tuesday night. ' W. C. Moorman was in Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stith. Rev. C, L. Brunington went to the week-enFrank Sleamaker, of West Point, Cloverport, Tuesday to conduct the IRVINGTON Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Beard went to spent the week-enwith Rev. Slea funeral services of Mrs. Richard Sapp. Louisville, Friday for a short visit j maker and Mrs. Sleamaker. The following were guests of Dr. with Mrs. Heard s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mullen, of Cloverport, is and Mrs. T. E. Matthews, Sunday: Miss Cora Guthrie, of Owensboro, 11. J. Robinson. Mrs. will arrive this week, to visit Dr. W. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAfee. Frank Skillman, of Louisville; Mrs. Mr. Miss Sue Gibson, of Louisville, is Robert Glen, of Chicago; Mr. and dwelling caught B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, cm fire Tuesday evening from a de- Mrs. M. D. Pumphrey and Mr. and S. G. Winn, of Baltimore, has been the guest of Mrs. D. G. Bright. fective flue. In a shor time the flame the guest of C. L. Winn and family, Roland Smith, of Louisville, spent Mrs. Wm. L. Matthews, of West week-en' View; and H. Skillman and family was extinguished the damage was not with his parents. M,ss Nell Bramlette spent the week the Mrs. J, F, Vogel entertained at of this place. reat Mrs. J. G. Harth is visiting friends end with friends at Webs'er-ii"500' Monday afternoon from 3 to Rev. B. F. Wilson of Hardinsburg, Mrs. Durwood Wroe and Miss 5 o'clock in honor of her visitor, Miss filled his regular appointment at the Louisville. Mabel Wroe are visiting in Owens-i- s Delia Cooper and' Mesdames R. H. Methodist church, Sunday, Mr. Edd Rhodes, of Norfolk, Va., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. l)Or0Ludlam, of Rcihmond, Va., Mrs. J. Morris Payne, who was one of F. K. Rhodes. Johnson, of Louisville. Those first U. S. boys to go over seas, was James Cornwall returned to Madi- 'present: Mesdames J. D. Ashcraft, the guest of relatives here last week. John O'Reilly, Dennie Sheeran and son, Ind., Friday after spending A. T. Adkins, Newsom Gardner, W. ' Miss Reba Tucker, spent last week O'Sullivan of Kansas, visited eral days with his mother, Mrs. in Cloverport, Thursday. B. Taylor, Elmer King, Fred Brite, with her little friendt Louise wall who has been quite ill. Mr. W. N. Warren left Sunday for Henderson and E. R. Trum- - man near Garfield. Misses Georgia, Ruby and Lucy Nashville, Tenn. bo. BishofT are visiting at New Haven. Mrs. Wilbur Ballman and Miss Miss Sadie Hall was the Sunday! Bernard Carter, of Cloverport, was Mary Mattingly went to Irvington, guest of friends at Garfield. here last wcelf. Wednesday to visit Mrs. , J. Morrison. GARFIELD i ii tj n n r : i Mr. and Mrs. Summers, of Shively, tt i . Mrs. R. V. Meador and son, arc guests of their boarding with Mrs. Melissa Hilliard. WeT were the week-en- d KftWfSr and Bess'wenrNew Sa. twu... , daughter, Sister M. Margaret at St. Misses Susie Thomas Payne and nesday tQ a,tcnd the funeral of hjs Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bruington and father, Pum Milner. Romauld's, Wednesday. IHelen Board have returned from "Uncle Pum" Mr. Willie Grause after a visit with Georgetown where they attended daughter, Marguenttc, Mr. and Mrs. formerly Jived with his son, near here Hay- - and his many friends are grieved to Ens LeGrand and Mrs. Lucy friends in Lettchfield has returned school. home. J. F. Vogel has returned from a few nes were guests Sunday of Mr. and hear of his death. Mrs. Austin LeGrand. Mrs. J. W. Norton left Saturday for days stay in Cincinnati. Mrs. C. L. Bruington went to Fay- Detroit, Mich., and Chicago, III., for Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bishoff have Q. E. Tucker was in Louisville, 'etteville, Ark., last week to attend the H visit with relatives before leaving returned from Des Moines, Iowa, 'General Assembly of the Cumberland Wednesday. Mrs. C. Younger, of Louisville, for Everetts, Washington. Dr. J. W. Meador, T. N. Harned Presbyterian church. daughter, Virginia Catherine, was. spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. R. and B F. Harned, of Custer, wers A Mrs. Lewie McCoy, who has been born, May 15 to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McGlothlan. miccts TiiMilav nf Ilr nnH f r 1? P visitlncr her s!cit fr P Xf AM. Mrs. Larue Cox left Monday for Harned. T. Macy. ridge, of Bloomington, III,, returned Prof. O. F. Galloway.'of Cloverport, several weeks stay at Martinsville, Miss Alberda Driskell, of Friday, She was accompanied' ilnd. was here Sunday. wood, visited Mrs. J. B, V'thvvorth by her niece, Maxine Aldridge, who Mr, and Mrs. I. B. Richardson and) Lieut. Baker, an overseas man last week. . of Garfield, were the guests tured at the Methodist church on Miss Reba Tucker, of Harned, was Continued on Page 3 SHH --- ' Roll a. VELVET Cigarette -- here. 1 "-- a -- Horse, Sale, Feed and Livery Barn Rigs and Automobile, service for the traveling public. Special service for traveling men. Owner and Proprietor of the Old Livery Barn, Hardinsburg a a srs I FROM THE I f I Have You Bought That New Buggy? - mem-Bear- ' I ,s why not. They are going like Hot Cakes-Oubuggies are goo(J and the pric,e right. Replace your old worn out wagon "with a IJew Karges the kind that gives service and satisfaction., If-nr , I T r The International Line, is the line to follow. Deering Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Corn Planters and I Armstrong Wheat Binders Prim Rose Cream Separators, small daily losses of butter fat amount to big losses during the year, A reliable cream separator is neccessary to prevent them. Besides tlte Prim Rose, we carry in stock the New Sharpies. The only separator on eajth that skims clean when turned at different speeds. The slogan of this machine is, 10 per cent more cream. New Mattings, Rugs, Paint and the Rich Tone d I I d I I d n - the-T- . I sev-Jo- hn ds Corn-frien- Moor-Perciv- al I Phonograph, the housewife will enjoy and one of these.aticles or all of them. Any article you want 'that we don't carry in stock, we will order for you. Our motto is to please and serve our customers. . I J u"?L JWX. A,tta I I I E. A, HARDESTY The Hardware and Implement Man Stepbensport, Ky, Kings-llion- ic 5 " r; p PAGE Y tl, 111! FROM I THE BRECKENRIDCX NKWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY I t1 I beat the Regiment over. remained with the 62nd., Infantry from November 12th., to December HI, ion. Was then transferred to Camp Seveir, S. C, with the Aviation Sgt. Bernard Lewis, son of Mr. Mobilazing Camp arriving there Jan. 1. 10.18l can safely say AP H,nr of rinoro,. j . " n that is was the worst New Years that ost interesting description of his I ever spent. About two inches of two years in the army. Sgt. Lewis snow on the ground, and could not has been with the Hospital Corps and find a place in the camp to report for had varied experiences. His letter in duty. We were ahead of time. The detail reads: ' Avation Camp had not opened up so My dear Father and Mother: I re- we had no organization until the ceiyed your most welcome and inter- - Gencra of thc 30th Divjson gaye us 1 was SO cainiK icucr ui murv.il quarters with a Company of Infantry glad to hear from you. I would like for two days then the Avation Camp to know when the mail will be opened up and we started work. In straightened out again as I never saw about two weeks time we had twenty-si- x such service. I am not receiving near Companies of Avation men for all of my papers or letters, and from training. They were put to training what you say I don't think you arc at once, and in three months time all receiving the letters that I write. of the men were graded for overseas I can't say when I will be on my service. They were sent at once for 6 way home for no one seems to know Long Island, New York. anything about our departing for the States. Has Difficulties With a Horse Has Been in the Army Two Years. I left Camp Sevier, June 12th., 1918 I saw in the Stars and Strioes m... ., , vt.. . lnerc wherfi all n( hr Tornhn trnnn. ,r vvcnl lo ilcw IorK au le 20,h- - on the Hl AL S Muaritama in France with the exception of june now small river. overseasUNION STAR We also have made a tritj bv auto the Army of Occupation will be on Befre 1 a"y farther muTst teI1 is1 mobile to Tamoa. a distance of 172 their way home by July 1. If that W WaS ga" through the principal fruit true I should get home in August or ex- - m,les, ' Rev. C. B. Gentry preached two "4 the Root? 1 waS ""1 t0 Houston' .cellent sermons here Sunday. Quite growing sections of greatstate. It was September. That is a good while to to tell you crowd attended 'church both morn- - s"rely a sight too it.lT?xas' w,th a ho.rse- LThat was ?ome when one "w; and evening. tjivr .tbetJ.var. u sh,Ps a"d sub" waitten rlhvs tin,stops to think about ,, "P- 4C0 "lllzi in 3 box car With 3 . T Tn !,',. uww.. ... .. - - "... ...... t :T j ui iimpa, Mrs. Mike Mevens ana aaugnter, It took three days and two .ppmc 1,lr of them and took the armv twn vpar on horse. Ora and Misses Hattie and Myrtle went aboard some some. .ni?,h,!S.. t0 make the trip church here a few pictures of to me I remember on the 15th of 3Jack, of Shiloh, attended n( About two. weeks aeo .we left Sum. a ...... :nn.r j While on my way the horse got lOHIIUay "' IIU nu( uiiuiv.1 April 1917. I left old Cloverport for r it v. ,.......v. we ou.iia Louisville to enlist and was accepted excited and kicked the stall out of Mrs. Hannah Bennett. are keeping house on the i ' Take Cart and family spent Sunday where that let him the the EU '"P" plan which is more satisfactory artd on April 17th., was sent to car. car, had an awful, run loose inwith with Wm. H. Dowell and family. I hard time 4 S. W. Bassett made a business trip ' ijcuic wouiu mmK. inis Columbus Barrack. Arrived there on ,' k I had to hold him for a- j him then. . to the countv scat, rnaay. wv" v "vwv ninaun... ?i . -a i vftea T icq ants on an arm of the ocean. Rut to.'the 18th., at 2:30 A. M. Waited in 1,oom. ninety miles, nr. inaun i nnisn- t XI. Victual vve jj Laiibu J, tt r tm .u: .t. C" ZZ ,i: Cashnian, bunday. the ni"ety ,miles until "e of the by bridge and walk half mile. On the morning of the 19th'., I was'fd Urvil e Mcuoy. was xne dinner guest of his brother, Horace McCoy' ,We have been over to the beach called up for emamination. Seemed urates unuer inc car came louse anu abo"t three times. Tis a great sight as if every officer and enlisted man in was making an awful noise. A noise and Mrs. McCoy, Sunday. . Automobiles run along nrar the post looked Kirby Stillwell was is Cloverport, me over before I that the horse didn t like, so he ,t"e waves vvhen the tide is out. 1 he passed, Monday. last . but came out O. K. st 11 o'-- ! started kicking the side of the. car, ,3U"U u,c wnceis naraiy Mrs. Essye Wegenast is spending ""u 13 clock tha tsame day I took the oath and il was up to me to get the train a;, few days at the home of M. L. leave a print Now Br(- John you know I would to become a soldier. At 12:30 I had to stop. Wegenast of near Stephensport. As luck would have it I was next Misses Clyde Severs and Ruth "ave to work some, .so Thomas, our my first real army show. After mess Wegenast, were in Hardinsburg, Fri- - boy, and I have been cutting oranges I had! to take the most dreadful o the engine, so I opened the door grape fruit all last week. Some day and Saturday taking the examina- - a" oculation that made me feel bad a 'and shouted to the top of my voice tough job too. But I like to gather tj0 R A. Barger and son, Scott spent nat golden fruit, some of which is few hours. Was also vaccinated at before the Texas engineer hqard me. 6 ,r 7 m diameter. I cut down the same time but that never bother-- j FinalIy he came to himself and stop-e- d Friday in Irvington shopping. n He ca"ie back , Miss Tilda Barger and brother, 30 boxes yesterday in about six hours me at all. After taking the inocu- - Ped the trainBeckham, of Shiloh, spent Sunday But I got tired and considerably inS and wondering what was wrong. and vaccination, I drew my first w A RiriTFr anrl scratched bv the thorns on the 'trees. .t..: .. After he discovered that the brace We have met Northern people here uniform family was broken he w.as excited and said Mrs. G. E. Shelmsn wss in town, lrom every state in the union, borne q nave Deen m Cloverport, and it yas a great wonder that the car Saturday shopping and calling on Sent To Fcrt Moultrie. S. C. ouiiiv. iiuiu vwcusuuiUf au yuu limy friends. I was kept in Columbus only a few kePl on the rails for if the brace haid know it seems like home. The people the wheels if would hav cau8ht here are very clever to us, take us rln v au thpn V AWll M..if,: iUUUIil car track. out in their cars often.- We have S. C That is a coast artillery fort. thrown the luck off the all. The Soen I had Some after all been very well here, only a Was sent there for intensive training gineer took a piece of beel cord, tied as is usual with me. Now, dear John, I could write you and don't you think I didn't get it the brace and we were off agaill more but will close for this time. or ' I, We arrived at some junction, Hpping to get the News soon. I Had the pleasure of being on old 0 A T. T.raris RllVisrrihrs. remain, Yours, Joe B. Smart, New Fort Sumpter that is about a half mile changed cars which took about Mn hours We pul,ed out o the junction Mr. Babbage:, Enclosed find check ."'"-ne oia ion is and were off fof Houston "u"' rurl "u""cArrived lor. to tCIUS iui which picaac avuu A Story Of A Five Dollar Bill. a very small place hut it is very there the next afternoon. And of The Breckenridge News to Mrs. A. strong and well tortihed for an course as luck would have it the Ii. Lewis, Stephensport, Ky., begining. enemy. When I was there it had camp was 7 miles from the Yards, Sunday morning in the two 14 in. guns besides the 12 in. Yours hibition campaign of Oregon, I was Mortars and the C in. rapid fire guns. the horse was scared of a street car of Mrs.- Lewis. or anything with wheels on it. I truly, Lena Payne, Stephensport, Ky. taking an offering for the county Whereas Fort Moultrie was better had to take him up through town to -vork in Klatriath Fslls. When the fortified for it was much T larger. It get to the camp. I found a livery r' Fote Re,lcw8 .'subscription had worked itself down is an island about 7 miles from Charlstable about 8 squares away so I put nt pieces, one of the Johnn: My eston, S. C, and, the island is sup is per- - est. men at the bsr of that city rose posed to be about 7 miles long. All him in there for the night. I caught from this 14th. This a street car for the Camp and after vhaps the richest county in South andL?aid' Doctor, here is a five bl- - That is just h of what along the island is nothing but 12 in. going to the end of the car line had and in the rain zone- sed to spend over these bars every Mortars and 6 in. rapid fire guns. People keep pouring in here and buy- -' to walk about a mile before reaching ing land. Had they come 25 years month for the stuff that ruined me. They can do some wonderful work camp. After I arrived there of course ago they could have bought at $2.50 drove my practice from me closed my with them. That is about all concernit rained and made it nice to top it all per acre, and they, now pay $80 to, law office, separated my wife and ing Fort Moultrie. off. Remained in camp that night, $125 per acre. All land here looks children from me, and left me a e Holt's bottom land. Merchants jng vagabond, wandering these streets went to the livery stable next mornIn Officers Training Camp ing, got the horse, turned it over to Was transferred to Fort Logan H. the Lieutenant it belonged to, and left would meet you, on berries from our g3rden 3 month, Roots, Ark., May 20th., 197. That the camp that day for Fort Logan H. Yours truly, Dr. P. W. Foote, Rosen- - streets, to lend me another nickel to was an Officers Training Camp. That Roots. Took thirteen and half hours burg, Texas. get that one more drink: but two is where my promotions started. Was to get there by the Sunset Limited. years ago you folks voted the S3loons, Renewal 3 A. M. of this county closed. That'gave me promoted to a First Class Private, Arrived in Fort Roots about Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, July 2nd., to Corporal, August 21st., so my worries were then ended for Ky. Dear Sir: Am sending in a my first chance. I .might have found to Sergesnt, Oct. 23rd. All of these a while. renewal fort The Breckenridge News. lipuor if I had hunte'd it. But for promotions were in Fort Logan H. Left New York With 7,000 Troops. Please find money order for $1,50 en- the first time in my life, I was living Will carry on with the Mauritania. closed. Yours truly, Miss Sue M. where the saloons were not hunting Roots, Ark. Was promoted to a First Class Sergeant at Southampton, Board, Big Spring, Ky. We left New York with seven me. For these two years I have not troops accompanied by one toutched a drop of liquor. I am a England, Oct. 22, 1918. You see I thousand chaser which stsyed with A New One was a Sergeant 364 days when I submarine Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. sober man, and once more I have a us that night and went back to New Dear Sir Enclosed you will find 'happy family with me and money I was promoted to Sergeant First Class York the next morning. We were $1.50 for which send The can give away; and if you voters will my present rate. check for .five days without seeing anything but Breckenridge News one year to W. anly i keep the saloons of Klamath H. Johnson, Big Spring, Ky. the ship that we were on and the Sees Some Cloverporters county closed another two years, Fort Logan H. Roots is where I deep blue sea. when Dr. Wilson comes back to take was Likes His Friends In Old Ky. When we reached the Irish coast, stationed when Mrs. Nicholas Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, another collection, I will be able to met us and and Louise came to the camp and six American Ky. Dear "Bro." John: Please find muitjpty this one. five times." in to Liverpool, July day I was in Merrill, the took some pictures. Their visit was accompanied us cnciuscu mujicy uiuci iui ia.uv iui The next 7, 1918. Disembarked July 8, caught which send The Breckenridge News same county, and as I alighted from more than appreciated by me. To m twplvp months tn C. R. Keenan. His see the good faces from Cloverport a train out of Liverpool, came to is Alexander, 111. Well, the stage a friend said: "Well you my blood thrill, and I was Southampton, were in a rest camp two Bro." John we are all, getting along 'didn't get here any too soon, did made everjoyed jvhen I saw them. I shall days mostly to rest on our stcjmachs fine, l his, is a nne corn ana wneat you?" And pointed across the, street for the English ration was so small state but still I love old friends, back poor reck of humanity, lost for never forget that day. in old Kentucky. Yours, Ben H. Wil- at a I remained in Fort Logan H. Roots that if you missed one meal you both worlds, staggering in his deli son, Alexander, III. be able to get enough to rium and misfortune down to the from May 20, 1917 .until November would never , eat again. 12, 1917. Was transferred to nearest drinking place. Extends His Time Another Year After being in the rest camp two Park, Ga., with the 52nd., They said: "He is the best shepMr, J .D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: I am enclosing check for herd in southern Oregon. He goes Infantry. Was transferred there with Continued on l'aee 0 $1.50 which you can apply to" my out and tends the sheep in. the moun- intention of being sent overseas but subscription on The Breckenridge Yours truly, J. J. Friel, tains for seven months at a time, and News. never touches lipuor. But this cravRentchlers, III. ing will come on him, and he collects , WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN Mrs. Lawson Renews all the wages of months, and comes John D. Babbage: Dear Sir: You here and never stops or draws a Please re- sober breath till every penny is gone. t vfll find check enclosed. new my subscription to The Breck-- n He has had delirium tremens three BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K ridge News for another .year. Yours very truly, Mrs. G. D, Lawson, Union times and' this attack will end the story." Srtar, Ky. , r and tevery thing is looking fine. Wheat . .11.. exceptionally gooa. i "- looKing best since I came here. THE COUNTY think the Oats were sowed rather late but looking good. Continued from Page 2 Wishing Cloverporters and sur- rnunilintT mtrrpss. I am Ymirs re. trill spend several months with rel 'pectfully, C. A. Mattingly, Kenfrow, atives near here.Driskell closed a very Ukla. . lrof Andrew Joe B. Smart Tells About Fla. tvccessful Normal here Thursday. Mrs. Virgil Smith and Miss Pearl . . . ,. Mattingly, of Garfield werc D cats of Mr. and Mrs. James aic- - ' T. n.-.- u M,a V who has been in W ill France, has received his discharge and a ,now nere witn nis moincr, lira i seen in Florida. ' We stayed two months on a small . Mtss Daisy Tucker, of Mook, was farm ,n Marion c h the guest of Mr. and Mrs S E. Tuck- - f the sUtc whJch h h name f fr,TUea8n,?yTVf he left'bei"8 tl,e bcst farmin countv s,ateTl,e they will Qn sugar farmcrs raise corn- cot- canCi castor bean3i relatives. beans stock Peapeanuts, potatoes, Carman, of Mook, iq t cabbage tatoc other ..r8v?.C. here. vegetables, many hogs and cattle .Homer Alexander and Vic rile wifirh ent to Cloverport, On business, S.t- ha7 some arday. Tr,'Jgood orange and grape fruit. groves, d ons. , Mrs. Wilbur Pile ,k and OSt Mm! fish' 11 a,so has one f the Mich., Friday to visit her sister, beautifuI natura, on th -l- ied Silver Springs. Just im- ':TacCrlirTavnae1ndMfarof Ark- .tnsasr are visiting relatives here. great of rQ yQur office tQ Mf t .urely fisher's drug store,, and from a few night? Sanol up .t Do to forty feet in depth, and SO i. the beit of all kidney or bladder troubles Saaol fives relief in 24 hourt from all back- - transparent that we see great swarms of many guar-We also can vche and bladder troubles. Sanol is a at the of fish object as kinds. as a five cent see an small Bteed remedy. 60c and $1.00 a bottle .piece, and see the many springs boil- dreg store. ing up from the bottom and make a WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE V. 8. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of ! l.! !. 1 1 1 1 1 !. !. was not. I LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & RIIrodi ST. LOUIS RAILROAD SGT. BERNARD LEWIS GIVES INTERESTING STORY OF ARJVIY LIFE. -- "A Present Help in Time of Need "Son. rJf vit " - - Jid'aJl - - - i, ( "Vtriinn . 1 - J W -- - - -- ( rrcc V V M a ... f I - Consider tho county ajront. Ho is coming into his own and getting into bis proper place with a rapidity that is little short of startling. Only a few years ngo ho was a newinstitution for tho most part a 'demonstration agent" only, overseeing his little demonstration patches to prove to tho farmers by a bit of now evidence facts that their own experience had already proved to good farmers years before. Those demonstration plots wore worth while in most cases. They did a lot of good, and aro capable of doing a lot of good yet in many cases and places. They wore not big enough to hold tho county agent, however. He has outgrown them. The county agent no longer considers the demonstration work his big work. Ho has found more useful things to do, he has become tho farmers' general assistant and business adviser. Tho things ho does for tho farmer are tho things tho farmer most needs done for him, and on that policy the county agent is building a future of permanent usefulness for himself. Does the farmer want to hire a hand, or buy a bull, or order fertilizers? He consults tho county agent. Does ho wish to sell his produce, or begin keeping accounts, or drain a swamp, or build a new barn? The county agent is there to help him. Does tho community wish to organize a bull club, or a shipping association, or stage u community fair, or get its boys and crirld to raising bettor pigsand poultry? It calls on the county agent, and his the homo agent. Ytit some farmers still shy around the county agent, and some counties still try to "save money" by getting along without him. Bad policy in both cases. He is capable of being made about the most valnable citizen in the county. The way to make him ouch is to use him for all he is worth. If you have not been using yours, look him up and find out what he can do for you. If your county has no farm agent or no home agent, take the members of your county court or county board aside and gently ask them when they are gcing to wake up and crawl out from under the moss. Southern Agriculturist. up-to.dn- te all-rou- , I - in-'t- We Want You To Read This Do you know that we keep a full line of feed for your stock right here at your door. Why waste time and nnoney going to other places to buy when you can get it at home. - laugh-latio- ,!. 1 What We Keep Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Meal, Chicken Feed and a Full Line of Groceries. Prices Right and, Prompt Service. LETTERS WE APPRECIATE - ct 111 1W( 11 WILBUR PILE Harned, Ky. . - t$AA&Pur& - . Karges Wagons These wagons made of the best materials, have a high in every particular-Firs- t grade finish and are Class Disc Cultivators. Best that's made.'Price l ight. Headquarters for Best Fertilizers, Gem Fertilizer for tdbacco. Rescue and Richumus for corn or tobacco-Onand two Horse Corn Planters. up-to-da- te e c?ftS Jlor bright-renew- sl dol-Texa- Ir s, one-sixt- losf-lik- :A"nfit Thb' v Drop in and see me PAT DILLON Hardinsburg, Ky. ' llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Malaria in the system destroys energy and makes the most vigorous worker feel lazy. Unless corrected it brings on "the chills." sub-chase- rs Is a Powerful Medicine for Torpid Liver and Malaria The malarial germ cannot exist in the system under the searching influence of Herbine. It purifies the stomach, liver and bowels, drives out bilious obstructions and puts the internal organs in fine healthy condition. I HEROINE For tale by all Druggliti post-offi- ce JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO. Chick-amau- ga Blllllllllililllllllllliiliiiiillliliiiliiiiiiiiiiilliiillllllllilllilifi 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ' OF CLOVERPORT " ' Crops Look Geod, In Okla. A Creditable Performance The Cotton Blossom, floating thea-- , Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear ,Mr. Babbage.: 'You will find tre. gave a creditable performance at enclosed a check for $1.80 to renew the Tower" wharf Monday night to a my subscription to The Irtcktsndge good crqwd. Quite a number from f etyport, were in attendance. Vmi. Wc fcjul 'fm mm. SECURITy-SERVICEDWARD 10WNE, FrotMoRt E PAUL LEWIS, CwUec i , i bbbMMt-ifMKir?miteilifi'- i i - '' ':rt r ' a ... Aj . i. ,.h;tt ... . . .. . j..,j.. A 1 . n A KBtmnxm!' n mt - imrt, cuvmoitt, jowtvocy ,,u.,. -.,1 i f ( MAY fmi" i 'I'm,1 U- tl. W, The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and PuWkher FAR BEYOND ALLOTTED SPAN ef EIGHT PAGES 1876 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY Instances ef Remarkable Cases Longevity Which Seem to Be Well Authenticated. Thd death at NpiuikIi. County Tipper-trIreland, of Mrs. Dourkc, who wns SUBSCRIPTION RATES 60c .(or 4 monthi: 78c for ft montht. IJaiinMi Loclt 10c reported to have reached the nge of Sobucrlptlon price $15.0 a oyer 5 Unci, charged for at per line nl 5c for each addition! Inicrllon. Card ol Thanka, 121 years, hns led the London Dally the rate of 10c per line. Obltuariea charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in Express to mnke n record of some of advance.- Examine the label on your paper. If l It not correct, pltaae notify ut. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDQE a friend who It not a anbacribers do not throw It away or dettroy It. NEWS hand It to 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS 1919 y, CLOVERPORT, MAY 21, 1919 There wbs a good crowd of peoplo in town Saturday, and tho merchants did a pood business. Tho Clovcrport and Tobinsport ferry also did a good business, having handled 150 passengers during tho dny. The horte pale attracted quite a crowd and tho bidding was lively. Everybody seemed to have plenty of money and spent it freely. , All of us make mistakes at times. But tho biggest mistake tho farmers made was whfin they were offered a good price for their and refused it. "A bird in tho hand is worth two in the bush," would be a good motto to hang up in every farmer's tobacco barn. The farmers are going to be Into getting their crops in, the water being over much'of their corn land. This bad weather will soon pass away and then they will get busy and next fall will see them harvesting the largest crop in the history of the county. , When you buy from a mail order house, you pay the high cost transportation, while on the other hand if jou buy from your of home merchant you help build up the town and keep the money you spend where you can probably see it again. :hc other fnmous cnnes of longevity. the regimental chaplain of the 18th Bengal Infantry wns still conduct-n- g services In Calcutta at the nge of 130. In 1008 Andrei Nlkolalevltch Schmidt, a Russlnn, produced papers .vhlch showed thnt he was 130 years Md, nnd. .had enlisted In the Revnl inttnllon In 1700. The same year flndjl Ilaouf was 133, and was still tarnlng a living ns n saddler in Constantinople, but he wns a Juvenile coman Indian pared with :hlef who ronmed the shores of Puget sound at the age of 100. He was generally conceded by Europeans more likely to be 200. nnd he claimed to remember the time when Iron wns unknown to his tribe. He was 2 feet 5 Inches In height nnd did not" weigh 50 pounds. A few yenrs ago a Chinese woman reached Montreal. She had left her nntlve land when 70. nnd had lived In Demerara for 100 years. In 1012 Europe had 7.000 living centennrl- ons, of whom 3,888 wpre Bulgarians. In 1004 Quo-Ka-Nu- r New Canadian Coat of Arms. government Is considering adopting a now cont of arms for the dominion one which slinll rep resent all the provinces In the confederation. The present cont of arms is lambs. representative of Ontario, Quebec, Well to Alternate Grazing Nova Scotia and New Brunswick only. If pastured by afternating the graz Walsh McLean, known as the $100,000,000 baby and the for those were the original provinces; Vinson ing in different parts and not allowson of Mr. and Mrs. EH ward P. McLean, of Washington City, was nnd since It was adopted in 18T8 ing any particular section to be too1 CoIsland closely eaten, a held ot soy beans run over and killed Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McLean were in Louis Prince Edward entered nnd British the federation, may be used for a considerable time. lumbia have ville at the time the sad accident occured. and finally Saskatchewan nnd Alhertn When most of the leaves have been have been carved out of what were eaten, it is time to move to a fresh plants of the field so With good roads and good schools to back up a county what the Northwest territories. When a de- portion grazed part will that the chance have a sign emblematic of these nine prov- on the more should she want? again. In some sections, it to inces has been chosen by the commit- mayleaf be desirable to cut this growth approved by the government tee and and use it for hay; especially when It is now Governor Black. It will be submitted to the royal col- other legumius ,hays are not available. lege of heralds in England to be regIt is good practice to sow rape at ewept across New England we pro- istered. A royal warrant declnrlng the last cultivation of corn The bably should resent committees of it the official arms of Canada will lambs can then be turned into the cornfield in the fall and will feed upFrenchmen of Spaniards or Italians then be Issued. on the .lower leaves of the corn and trying to tell us hpw to reconstruct rape and make excellent gains. Herbert Beard was in Louisville, Longest British Strike. Providence of Worcjiester, but we Monday with a load of stock. Stomach Worms Controlled The longest strike which Britnln has 'would not resent their interest. And o experienced was that which broke out Lambs not only make a rapid and Steph- - much real work has been accomplish Silas Hawkins, living near at Lord 'Penrhyn's slate quarries at cheap grain on forages of this kind, ensport, planted last week two acres ed by Americans, without either the Bethesda in October, 1000, nnd lasted but a forage-cro- p system prevents, of one sucker tobacco. Says he has 'adoption' of tqwns or the hurting of until November, 1003., During these to a large extent, injury from stomach been farming all of his life and this is the rather delicate sensibilities of the worms. It has been demonstrated three years more than one nnd one-hnthe first time he ever planted tobacco that by changing lambs every two million dollars was lost in wages weeks to ground not previously grazplanting corn French at this time." before he finished Quite a number of farmers in all whereas at the beginning ed that season, stomach worms can nlone; and sections are doing the same thing. Ilrltnln imported no slate, at the end be effectively controlled. Since this o ships were tnking more than 1,200 condition exists, it is better to have Everett Dowell sold W. J. Schopp, tons of foreign slate a week to British the pastures of a convenient size, so LIVE STOCK NOTES Co pounds of wool from 10 ewes at that the lambs and ewes will consume markets. 50 cents per pound. He has 14 lambs from these same ewes tha will bring A him $225. Mr. Dowell says they are v.i(h tnhlespoonful of blood meal mixed n little milk la very pood for n the best paying investment a farmer calf that has diarrhea or other digescan make. tive disturbance. It is highly nuo J. N. Conkright sold R. B. Pierce, tritious for a weak calf, too. THE CAR UNIVERSAL 2 Hampshire pigs for $20, one to Horace Mode, for $10, 2 gilts to The keeping In repair of wire Indiana parties at $20.25 each. fences Is necessary on the stock farm SALES AND SERVICE STATION o and so the wire stretcher Is a handy Ryan, of Mattingly, writes us tool, both in repairing T. L. and building that he has finished breaking tobacco new fences. Primrose Cream Separators land, has part of it disced and will begin hilling this week if it quits International Harvester Company Supplies When onts cost no more than half raining, rlants are tine ana am plan as much as corn the swine division ning for another 20,000 pound crop. Everything in Building Material of the University of Illinois recomo Bob. Moorman, colored, sold a fine mends they can be fed profitably to Building, Hardware, Auto and Bicycle Supplies cow and, calf to Tom Hayes for $100, hogs. The Canadian the forage in a period of about Use ef Metals In MM two weeks and again be turned on a a uermnn cxpen nns neen new pasture. This does not allow the t iMttrtV use a c6nd growth.- The ground Ing some statistics of the tw ot L)AMrJb iMn H.Wfe&. can thcn ue pi0Wed and a second In the war. He snys that If tm crop seeded to afford later forage and steel used by Germany ftton Ik 45 month of war were forged la to SnorlalUt Pntnt Out Profit Crops, fihn In Good Grating, feeding Lambs for Early Market j Where Iambs are to go to market trrilll IIICII'I WWIIIII WVIRI-- DV r weight. If the mass of metal wns eJI.r importance of ccori- Because.of the . 1. t, . It . ahnT omical feeding in profitable sheep luutiu l.i. ll wan iiiuiik mc nwn iiiiu (n thA JTJtl UJ fronts or 5,500 miles a yard M States Department Apiculture directs special attcn- - S " Jd nnd n yard thick, each yard wotitt of tion to opportunities for growing for- - SV",?. weigh 200 hundredweight. GenMUlf ftf'wi- W'lTgVCanhdP age crops as a feed for lambs and sent keepingthe in guns to the front every week an than were used In the whole Sod condition. This feed should wan- Twenty-fosu?phlCying tho thUnc1ass8Conf rfeedPisnsug! ft .T out" hours consumed more than did tfet . whole of the earlier war. The moral he draws Is that such things were olf possible because Germany had beea, start. These provide succulent green . 75 n Pound.s wise enough before the war to ceo-.- . feed appetizing to the ewes and lambs. ('t quer the world's markets and voust her OverpasturingT however, must be a- voided when these crops are later to &infjT T.hrCr. e"?, VVh; ai La,mb' enemies. ,d"" be used for grain. Where it is Pos- ? ? rye or wheat pas- - ily handled by sible to keep the Microbes In Our Clothe. . Vt the butcher, in meeting i o: i... u:-- u u. Apropos of the. liability of demob- trade. Heavier iambs and eCv7s seem Vo 'relish ft mo d.of hj. sq "ad,,y. J a"d Ulzed soldiers to contract colds M "IL and will consume larger amounts. 3h ere may be Bbon ns they get Into "clvles" a, eet af.uPP 5feJ."?c Oats and Canadian field peas may be ,n faVr respondent suggests that probably the sown together early in the spring at U"i civilian clothes nro the cause, wheth-- , the rate of V2 bushels of field peas fo,,wjng er they be warmer than the uniforms fwi" and V3 bushels of oats to the acre. 10" This crop should then be ready when afSyS,Uorage cr0Ps '?r stomach or not. Sir Ernest Shackleton had Past"".ge.( . .Pvent it is time to take the flock off the rye worms, grain feed In something to say about this matter or wheat, a lamb creep to 'keep the Iambs gain- on his return from the antarctic. NotRape, another good forage crop, may be sown at the rate of 0 to 8 ing steadily, larger profits can be withstanding the Intensely low temperatures and almost Incessant blizzards pounds an acre and will provide later realized. experienced, colds were quite unknown pasturage, following the oats and until a bale of clothing brought fro We've Met the Lady. Canadian field peas. In sections where soy beans and cowpeas grow satisA modern novelist describes a lady England was opened. The next day factorily, they furnish an excellent with whose like some of us arc not there was an epidemic of colds In, the midsummer pasture. If sowed later wholly unfamiliar. "One moment," he party, nnd Sir Ernest's explanation thev make a trood foracre croo in late Bays, "you think you are great chums, was that the trouble was caused by summer and early fall. When sown' nnd the next you wonder If you've ever microbes that had been hibernating, aa in corn they serve as an excellent clothing. supplement to the corn for fattening been presented." Boston Transcript it we're. In the closely packed URGE USE OF FORAGE CROPS TO FEED - .sf t I ''V0"!!0. l, ?y'JR,rd!? IJ'Ta 11" Sli8 ' ?th?$J& Bnw .1 1 tlli' JorlhS Franco-Prussia- n - . ."I'x'SL hinJ Jfb I Si'jL"1.,?' fJ, fPfiuu L t .' ISil ,V lb' -- THERE IS AN HONEST DESIRE upon the part of every per- FARM AND STOCK I son connected with this bank lf to handle your business in a satisfactory manner. I GIVE US AN OPPORTUNITY TO SATISFY THAT DESIRE! FORD AGENCY We want to serve you well regardless of the size of your account. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust. Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATING . Q Having noticed in Mr. Babbage: a recent issue of The Breckenridge News, how some one had succeeded in the diary business would like to produce a few figures to show there is money in the poultry business as From a' flock of eighty-twwell. Brown Leghorn hens have sold in three months $103.10 worth of eggs at store price. Now reader if you can beat that will be glad to hear from you through the Breckenridge News. Mrs. Frank A. Carter. o Hogs are very sensitive to wind nnd cold at night and will suffer just as much ns n cow or horse In cold open houses. The best results from feeding skim milk to pigs are obtained when about three pounds of It are fed for each pound of grain. Silage-fecattle shed their coats better In the spring and gain quicker and faster than those fed dry rough-ngd e. Paint, Varnishes and Interior Finishes Cement, Laths, Lime, Plaster, Sand Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Lubrecating Oils, Pumps, Electrical Suppliec etc. You will appreciate haying our Complete stock to select from and our experience to guide you. MARION WEATHERHOLT GENERAL CONTRACTOR o nice bunch of hogs to Louisville, Sat urday on the steamer, Nashville. Frank English, Skillman. shipped a iWould Let The French Clover Is an Ideal forage for pigs, particularly the young growth coming on after the wheat Is harvested. d Cloverport, Kentucky. Ensilage is good stuff to have, but It Is not an feed. Some hay nnd a bit of grain should go with t. America is going to do her full part in the rebuilding of France but we Calves will nibble at hay when they are going to let France proceed in are not more than a week old. her, own way, asserts Edward writing on "France Faces Cleanliness Is quite essential for tho Forward" in the June issue of the calf Indoors. New Red Cross Magazine, in which Plenty of bedding Is needed for he tells why various schemes for the "adoption" of ruined French towns the calf. Hun-gerford, Rebuild In Own Way' Everv DRESSES , has Two Evils LOSS caused by fire, and loss caused water. Putting out the fire often causes more damage than the fire. There are so by American communities are not feastable. work "Back of the of the French government." says Mr. Hungerford, "back of such real assistance as we Americans may be privileged to give, must stand at all times the desires and the efforts of the ,French people themselves. There is no mistaking these last. The French are a peculiarly clannish and home- loving people. They cling tenaciously io their language and their traditions and their homes. "Long before the war was ended certain groups of but implusive Americans began formulating rather precise plans for the reconstruction of France at the end of the conflict. Their plans were good, their intentions even better. But France k the most highly civilized country m the world. And has very definite ideas of her own on architecture and cky planning. If the Germans had well-organizwell-meani- Mr. Lloyd George would seem, says Liverpool Post to have had a premonition of his future eminence when he paid a first visit to London as a lad "Went to the house of of nineteen. commons," he wrote home to his uncle. "Very disappointed. I will not say but that I eyed the nssembly In o spirit slmtlnr to that in which William the Conqueror eyed England on his visit to Edward the Confessor as the region of his future domain. Oh. vanity I" Injections of Cane Sugar. Doctor Ilosenthal reports to the Presse Medlcale (Paris) that he has administered lntruvenous lnjectlous of a strong solution of saccharose In numerous cases of tuberculosis. The procedure exerts a manifest tonic action. It raises the blood pressure, augments the body weight, and Indirectly produces a favorable effect on the tuberThese results are culous lesions. ascribed by the author to an enhancement of the function of the liver. Hit First Visit. have just received a new assortment of those beautiful dresses. They are figured georgette, lovely in color combinations, prices I1 $22.50 to $27.50 Also Voiles in the prevailing styles and a many ways ef bclnrj' through fire, that Fire Prevention becomes the big part of insurance. Tho Hartford Company realized this. They study Fire Prevention as an economic science, maintaining a staff of experienced Fire . Engineers to pass on such problems. Every Hartford policy holder gets the, benefit of their experience, inspection and recommendations, without cost. We offer you that service, as Hartford Agents. PAUL COMPTON M Ymt of & variety of colors in prices from $5.00 to $9.50 MRS. ETHEL O. CLOVERPORT, HILLS BRO. KY. GtaKal Inwrancc Hardinsburg, Ky. Ceatkwl Svccmful Tim. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY s PAGE S ( , ; ingtori, and Mr. D. D. Phelns were 'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. ARMY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS i t t.i 101( uauuagc, ounuay, NOTE Please notify the editor MAY WEDNESDAY, 21, you ... mm desire tdrertliements discontinued. Mrs. a. j. Keys, ot L.otiiburg, stop. 1 Monday wiUi Mrs. Joe at the Post Office at Cloverport, Ky, jped oft here tnattcr, at second cuss FOR SALE Pitch, enroute to Darlington. Mo., to visit her sister, Mrs. Teyton Basham. Xpfr represented for foreign FOR SALE Household furniture. One white rut Mrs. R. N. Hudson and Miss Nelle iron bedstead. Several pairs outside shutters ADVERTISING BY THE Gregory, of Louisville, were in this Having Served Gloriously in the Could be used for enclosing a summer kitch. ll.- C. -t en. For further information call at The ouuuay wic kucsis ui ineir TRM EJ3BT7m:riL-t.- i Trenohes, Is Coming Back Dreckenridge News Office, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Ernest Gregory and Mrs. Gregory. FOR SALE Remington Typewriter No. 0. From Overseas for Peace GENERAL orricEst In very good condition and will sell cheap Rev W. H. Sinks, will lecture next for cash. Apply at The Dreckenridge News NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Time Activities. Saturday night, May 24th., at the office. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES 'Ironore Hill church, at 7:30. Subject Wonder FOR SALE rurc bred White Wyandotte You'll See This? IJII3 IUUI iiiisaiuuai v wurK in ASKS HOME SERVICE FUND. eggs a.iiu per Hundred or i.uu per setKATKS FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- - China, ting, and day old chicks 10c each. Elihu Meador, Kingiwood, Ky. Mrs Robt. Pierce has returned $ 2.B0 from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fer Precinct and. City Officei National Campaign to Replenish Re- FOR SALE A nice young worliThorse. Will If you smoke now or Far Countr Offices. either sell for cash or trade for cattle. Pierce at their home in Glen Dean sources Depleted by Long and DI. For State and District. Opcei Thos. Flood, Holt, Ky. jo also Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pierce in per line Tat Calli, Smoked before; rect Contact Services With tor Cardi. tier line .10 Louisville. FOR SALE Four Chief Orion boars for Our Boys Scheduled for For all Publication! in the intereit of quick sale at 2ft tents per pound. ApproxPvt. H. W. Snider, of 32 Div.. ar When you smoke these real May indiYlduali or expression of indlWd-M- l imate weight, 160 pounds. Crated and reg. views, per "" .10 rived in New York. May 8th., on iitered at purchaser's expense. Walnut Grove Stock Farm. B. W. Carter & Son, Sure enough Havana cigars board the Great Northern. He is now at Camp Mills and has seen ser 2 New York (Special). Like the Irvington, Ky. STAfcK-LOWMACO. 000000 American boys whom It FOR SALE You'll smoke the more. vice in both r ranee and Germany. Two automobiles, one Ford and served so gloriously In the trenches tif Louisville Representatives one Maxwell, both in good shape. Call and see machines. They are good and the France, the Salvation Army Is comlns price right Allen Lewis, Stepheniport, Ky. Be a Community Leader. back from overseas, ready to put aside United States Railroad Administration From way down Sunny Key West, Its khnkl uniform of war service, don Director General of Railroads WANTED You can; you don't have to be a npntn the "Civvies" and embark onco Florida, just a short boat trip to Cuba; Train Schedule on for all genius to lead, and you don't have to more on Its normal peace time activi- WANTED To take subscriptionsmagailnes. magazines. Also renewal for all from Havana, Cuba, to Key West. ties. Clubbing rates given. Mail orders receivH. R. R. lead in everything to be a real leader, And, Just like those doughboys, tin ed. Call or write Miss M. D. Babbage, The Do the things you can do, and help Florida, to Cloverport and here you Cloverport, Ky. Salvation Army has come out of the Effective December 8th, 1B18 the community advance with you as war victorious nnd with citations for WANTED To buy all kinds of logs at any are. you advance along the path that con bravery, decorations for pn I Inn try untime. A .eiiers & son, located on the EAST BOUND Ohio River above Cannelton, Ind. 0.14 a M M'tions and your own tastes andabili der fire nnd golden chevrons Indlcn-tlvNo. 142 leavea. Cloverport. Arrives Iryinglon of honorably won wounds on Its WANTED Carpenters, Boat Builders, Join J0:15 A. M. 'ties have marked out for you. One Tiners, lamrtet Makers, .Millwrights, Arrives Louisville- ' man can 'cad m community organiz- - arm. The victory which the Salvasmiths, numbers. Pipefitters and Painters No. 144 leaves Cloverport. for work on high class yatchs and phonoAnother may know how to tion Army has won Is n victory over graph cabinets. Steady work. Our shops O:00 P.' M!iatlonArrives Irvingtoru tlio olistncles thnt lny before It In Its are sanitary, light anil The P. M. lead n raising corn or patatoes, or in purpose of Arrives Louisville. 7:55 efficient service of the flulit-er.Matthews Company, Port Clinton, Ohio.No. 140 leaves Cloverport- 5:15 A. M. breading cattle or feeding hogs. All Can't promise 'em again of Pershing's army. Its citations DON'T WASTE TIME Come to fellow- Arrlves Irvington. 0:07 A- M of these men may be leaders. are the thanks, cheers nnd prayers of ship store for lowest prices on the when these are sold workman s Arrives Louisvill- eZ4!0Op!m!' An A,aDama reader catches the 2,000,000 doughboys. Its wound stripes wear. Wi Cootns, Hardinsburg, Ky. No. 148 leaves Henderson-ArrivOwemboro --5:00 P." m! dea and displays the spirit when he nre rightfully golden of hue. for they LOST Arrives Shopi 0:20 P. M. writes: "I have enclosed a blank to typify the unselfish way In which the Army threw all Its resources finan- - LOST Watch think I lost it at grocery J. C. NOLTE & BR0. WEST BOUND become a members of the Better Stopped there for store in Mattingly. No. 141 leaves Cloverport 10:45 A. M. Stock Club. This part of the State is rlal, spiritual and moral into the ef lunch. ' Think I dropped it out of my fort to help the American soldiers In Arrives Owemboro- pocket at that pl.ice. Description gold neec better live stock, and some France. p' m filled case, Elgin, seven jewels, case badly Arrives Henderson. worn. Reward for return. W. L. Ilnrrcll, Arrives Evansville Now the Army Is asking the people --1:25 P. M. one w" nave to do tne leading of the Lewisport, Ky. Arives St. Lou- is8:10 P. M. .s,tock is ever improved in this locality of America to give It concrete evidence No. 143 leaves Cloverport- -, 0:40 P. M. So I am at your service to help all I jf the gratitude which has been so Arrives Hawesvillc (UK) r. loudly, nnd so willingly expressed. CttH. Arives Owensboro From May 10 to 20 the Snlvntton Army That is the kind of community Gvt fwn.au on am mum c iuum No. 145 leaves --11:25 P. M. will conduct In the United St'ates n Owensboro 12:32 A. M. .leadership that is urgently called for, campaign to for Arives Hendersort then vmant i:3 A. m. Not spectacular leadership, not nec Home Service raise $13,000,000money Its hers vmvkcnTH PAPER- - N n free i Is Fund. The BOOS1 M THEN Arrives Evansville ' II essarily the leadership of exceptiona needed both to recoup the fortunes of SEND OU1 OP TONNM Arrives St. Louis da . t t Army, shattered by Its long service the THEN GOT SOME PRINTING No. 147 leaves Shops TA 001 Arrives Owemboro.. -- 8:05 A. M. dinary men to do what they can to of the soldier and to permit It to carry Arrives Henderson -- 0:15 A. M. help. T his makes it possible for on the work It has always done on the ...PERMANENT... (every one ot us, who has in him the larger scale which the public now to progress and the will to demnnds. Rnlslng the money by this aesire help to be a real cqmmunity leader. means, the Salvation Army explains. will eliminate, perhaps permanently, the necessity for the ceaseless solicita The folly of forrest fires, the dam 12 m. flfflpp- Hnnre 8 Always In office during age they do to the country, the crim tion of funds which has been n bug Inlngton, WIIIWW UWUItf cQlce hours i p. m. top p. m. bear to' the Army and the public nllke. inality of starting them are not yet It will permit the workers of the Army, fully impressed upon the p'ublic mind. who, forced to devote more than half p There must be no in the cam- their time to gathering money, were In paign of education until the "fire bug" consequence only half efficient in their evangelistic and social service work, Miss Christa Jones, of Fordsville, is recognized for what he is a public to devote nil their time In future to v is the guest of Miss Cecil Jolly, nuisance and a' public danger. the duties for which they have been Southern Agriculturist, trained. Miss Catherine Reidel, of Holt was in this city one day last week. - Call On fund' hns been The amount of Misses Emily Reid, Lillian Polk Sees Best Results From determined exactly und logically by and Louise Nicholas, spent Sunday Money For Boys' Clubs means of budgets prepared locally by in Louisville. workers of the Salvation Army In all Conley Arnold was in Louisville, parts of the United States. Sunday" and Monday. The United States Department of Already headquarters for the cam Miss Lelia Tucker is in Louisville, .u- c. paign hnve been established In New .. . .. the guest of Mrs. Jno. Newbauer and coneges, ana otner agencies tor the York City. A ready response In en Mr, Newbauer. omoMoix of better farming are couragement and cheering wishes for Misses Eva' Basham and Myrtle success has been heard from all parts Hardinsburg, Kentucky Hell bhellman, ot istephensport, spent spenuing consiaeraDie money in ciud of the country. Men nnd women Saturday here. work among Boys. prominent in all walks of life have Miss Rose Newton, is in Louisvilc, Does it pay? Here is the opinion of volunteered their services as active C f Mrs- Frcd Newton and,Dr. Thomas F. Hunt, Dean and Di- participants In the drive. The Army's - 1U1 1Vest. lltWIUll. Irector of the College of Agriculture, 2,000,000 loyal rooters the boys who B Randal , of Louisville, Mrs. J. went overseas In khaki are all lined was the guest of Mrs. J. D. Babbage;..Un":s,ty of California: The College of Agriculture did up ready to help. The Array not only last Wednesday I helped them over there, but It found V Miss Minnie Lee Carson is visiting not, in my opinion, get as effective Jobs for many of them after they had m 11 her sister, Mrs. Roger Williams, in results from any other equal sum of been mustered out of service, helped Evansville, Ind. money which it expended as it did them get the civilian clothing that was ,Burl ?ar.son, of Vincennes, from the amount of money spent on necessary if they wanted to take, those V ' ParCntS' ' Jobs, fed many of them, gave them clubs have been runing long shelter and furnished them with transMr. Press Wilburn; of Louisville, I" These portation to their homes. is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Ernest enough for us to have some For 'the war service of the Salvation ledge of their influence on the future and Mr. Gregory. . - Til iir i i i t? - .lives r .l. iuuys cunccrncu. t .iiiwiK t Army Is still under way. 'Its workers jvxisscs riuutcs unu lictinu imiuucs ui me i i were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. E.' am well within the mark when I say are still, many of them, In France, and its huts, clubhouses and hotels for the T'L ' ounts. lias a i ways uauermjs.cn iu meet Rhodes, Saturday and bunday. xijis lr r. that for the amount of money expend- - reception of the boys returning from lr- tI r ri " ;"m"U we get the greatest human results." abroad nre in full swing here. T M the requirements of its customers in a manner Neither, the Salvation Army asserts, Mrs. L. V. Chapin. will Its war work be abandoned until consistent with the soundest of banking princiMrs. James Hart, of Louisville, is guest of Mrs. Clyde Morrison and DIDN'T MEAN IT LITERALLY the last boy Is out of the khaki of the the ples. army or the blue of the navy. The Mr. Morrison. larger activities which necessitated the Mrs. Dr. Parish and children, have English Soldier's Expressed Wish coming campaign will exist and be returned from Tobinsport, after a That Death Might Come Was Folfinanced Independently of the service If you appreciate careful and capable attenvisit to relatives. lowed by Hasty Revision. of the fighters from ubroad. Rev. A. N. Couch, has returned tion to your banking problems, we can be of home from Louisville, where he unMnJ. Gen. John J. O'Rynn, who hns CARDINAL GIBBONS derwent an operation at the Norton's Just returned from France, has service to you. We will welcome the opporInfirmary. ENDORSES S. A. DRIVE brought back a number of humorous MisS Elizabeth Skillman.and Miss tunity to show you in detail how a connection the Irene Jarboe, were in Hardinsburg, stories of aboutbattlefield. Here Is one he tells an English sentinel: Venerable Churchman Expresses baturday attending the Red Cross with this Bank will be of direct value to you. "The division was In j meeting. Hope That $13,000,000 Will V. G. Babbage, went to Hardins- - Flanders; where It rnlns almost con, Be Raised. burg Monday, and qualified as admin- - tinuously," begun the generul. "There were English f istrator of the estate of John Tindall, Que night, troops billeted near by. The following letter was addressed after a particularly hard ' deceased, ruin, this English chap was on duty. to former Governor Whitman of New Mrs. Benton Eubank, of Ronoke, is expected this week to be the Wlien he thought no one was around York state by Cardinal Gibbons; . Va., "Flonorable and Dear Sir I have guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. he began' to curse everything In genRobert Polk. eral, the weather, the Germans and been asked by the local Commander of V. J. Bulleit, President. Floyd Carter arrived Saturday his own luek. Oh, I say. this Is the Salvation Army fo address a word ' evening from Camp Dix, N. J., where blitwsted weather, dontchn know. I to you us National Chairman of the B. Bernheira, he received his discharge from the wish I was out of this beustly mud.' Campaign about- to be launched In U. S. Array. of the above named organization. P. L. Atherton, the English sentry muttered. A few Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott, Irv- - minutes later ho was 'cursing the rain This I am happy to do, and for the rea P. J. Bqhno, Treasurer. which beat In his face. 'Gawd, but, I son that along wit!) my fellow Ameri can citizens I rejotco In tho splendid Paul Corapton, Secretary. wish I was out of this beastly water,' which the Salvation Army renhe mused again. Just then the Ger- service our F. Eisenbeis, Asst. Secretary. J. soldier nnd sailor boys durmans opened n heavy fire and made dered ing R. S. Rapier, Asst. Treasurer. things uncomfortable for everyone. Is a the war. Every toreturning trooper willing witness the efficient and 'Oh, Gawd, but this Is beastly.' said generous work of the Salvutlon Army Pullet9 and the sentry, raising his voice. 'Oh, I both at. the front and In the cuinps at do hate those blawsted Germans. I CockerilH 50 cents and $1.00 home. I am also the more happy to wish I were dead.' Simultaneously commend this organization because It each after June 1st. J. W. with his last words a big 'Minnie' Is free from sectarian bias. The man Parks' Strain Barred Ply. dropped almost at the sentry's feet. In need of help Is the object of their ' mouth Rooks. When he recovered he was lying In a effort, with never a question of his Lot me have Commercial Banking Savings hole covered with mud but uninjured. creed or color, your order on or before the The sentry sat up, rubbed the mud trust, therefore, your efforts to "I above mentioned date. from his eyes, und then gazing lioav raise ,$13,000,000 for the Salvation Boxes enward, said, 'OhNI say, Gawd, cawn't Army will meet with a hearty response' MRS. H. J. HAMMAN you take a 'blawsted Joke?'" New from our generous public. Faithfully STerk Sm. CLOVlJtPORT, KY, yours, 'J. CAKD. GIBBONS." Th Breckenridge News SALVATION k mm mm- m VALIANTIN WAR tl I... mm uro-the- r, . You Smokers! If . 111 i 19-2- N L, &St L o cAre they good Oh, boy! steam-heate- o - - es "i2-k- s mVXrn m m. mm I Cloverport-Arriv- es -- mm Vw s 0 DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST - Interesting Personal j Ky. Mention let-u- For Quick Service Cld Brick Corner i a,:n.., i ... The Hardinsburg Auto Co, . - . m Justin Orkintnrk Dnnl L.HIUUHI Capital $500,000.00 r' vavmijo Laimvx Tnno4 Onmriniiii W uoi vuinpaiijr W i know-Grego- ry i: l- i- . I I 1 Surplus $100,000.00 .1 9r?i 11 i TJ-- 1 1 1 m. m. i i . Twenty-sevent- h StslHIuD OFFICERS Vice-Presiden- t. Vice-Preside- - he-ha- lf CHICKS Eight-weeks-ol- d The Convenient Corner 'Fourth and Market Streets Accounts Trust Department Safety Vault PAOX THE BRECKENRIDGK NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY - MAY II, Columbus, O. (Special. ) "We are face to face with the providence of an , altogether sufficient challenge to the wounded in Brest. I rance. so 1 hP" church to do big things and do them isio. the 77., Division, the 123rd.. now," pened to be the assistant and got the Division, declared Bishop William F. the IMth., Division of the . trip I enjoyed it very .much. . We, famous Germany Army. You have McDowell of Washington, D. C, ad. were there seven davs and came back gMi . beaten and have taken pnsioners dressing the Methodist Centenary to Southampton, and have been here thejr ranks The mmu oi Bois (Cincinnati area) convention. ' ever since. Foret des Friere, "We have Just had an extraordinary We hate hnudreds of German and yehchires. Bois des Rappes, and providential demonstration of the Austrian prisoners to come through Soulbmlre prje jn the St Ilihiel power and interest of the church and here, and I found a few Germans that jand the Aincrevjile Road. Halles were from the States. I remember ;cotor and Df Rautherville. Boubrut, the nation when a great cause is at "Now we one was from Chicago and one from yillefranche. Viseppe and the ruined stake," said the bishop. They were certainly sick brjdge at Sassey North of the Ar-o- f are face to face with a providential Cleveland. power which the war. They said if they hadgonnc lastly Balloi and Stemay release of enormous must not be permitted to gat back to known the United States was coming these reca), the merjts of your the small things or to mere convenin the war tney wouin nave never achievements. left there. That is always the case. In your first assualt of Stptember tionalities again." I have told you some of my exper- - 12th.. you attained every objective. "The church must remake the iences. will tell you the rest when I In spite of every possible obstacle, world's mind." declared Bishop McDowell. "The mind of the world must get home. I have more to tell you both natural and artificial you progresCounter attacks by superior be made according to the mind of yet. Will close with love and best sed. wishes to all. Give all of the Clover-po- forces never checked your advances. Christ. "Second, we must remake the people my love and best wishes, Finally in the raids of September 23rd. and hope of being with them soon. and 26th.. you penetrated the famous I remain. Your son, 1st. Class Sgt. Hindenburg line, winning the special Commanding Bernard Lewis, U. S. Embarkation commendation of the In the General of the 4th. Corps. Office, ' Southampton. England. Argonne Sector, you again won the the Commanding General praise Letter From Brigade Gen. of the from Army for the capture of 1st., Hergert Murlen Basham of Lodi- - Bantheville and the heights north of IsssV that, place, a feat which had thrice been attempted by others without success. Again on November loth., after a night march of fifteen miles you attacked, advancing across country 1918 Model swept by machine gun and artillery BSK fire you entered the towns of Boalon and Stenay, the very spot from which the Crown Prince in the height of his power directed on Verdum, to halt your advance the enemy threw in his RUSSLLL HOOK last division it was beaten. HARDINSBURG, KY. Not only did you gain every objective against which you were launched, not only did you exploit every success to the limit allowed, but every foot of ground you took you Of Cattle and Hog Breeders held, under fire from point blank and ERNEST H. CHERRINGTON. Chicken Raisers, Live Stock rear shelled with high explosives and Chairman, Cincinnati Area, Methodist and homed and Tobacco Dealers of gas, machine gunned Les Huit Chem-in-by Centenary. aircraft, whether at, Bois de Rappes, Hill 210, or the world's ideals. Commerce can not Breckinridge County Aincreville Road, you held and im- rule the world. "Third, we musA remake the proved your positions. world's Hall Stock Farm The Division as you know was 75 or a faith. An unbelieving world world can not Glen Dean, Ky. days under fire without relief (other help coming to grief. The faith of the Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China than change of sector) of that time world in the God of Jesus Christ must Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- you held the front line alone for 19 be made by the church of Jesus days and at least half of the divisional Christ. And this is the task of the shire Sheep. This des- centenary." Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fairs in sector for 22 days more. pite the fact that you led the attack Past Five Years Financial Resources Large. is one of Major offensive and execut"In the very audacity of the cened 6 of the severe minor operations tenary's appeal lies the power of its Home undertaken by the division, not to appeal," declared Edgar Blake, assoW J. OWEN ft SONS. Propietors mention the pursuit through Bois de ciate executive secretary of the cenHardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Halles to the Tense and the attention tenary movement. "If the centenary is asking for a staggering sum it la on Stenay. Poland China Hogs a Specialty because the church is up against a Courage and fighting ability are not staggering task," he declared, stating Polled Durham Cattle however, the only qualities demanded that when the opportunity, obligation of the soldier. Equally admirable is and possibility now before the church ORCHARD HOME FARM that disciplined and courteous be- is realized, one marvels not at the havior toward to civilian population, size of the centenary, but at the modO. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor esty of its askings. particularly women and children, Breeder of "Our present giving la not the friend or foe which reof Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs whether of friendship of Allies, and measureour our ability, but the meastains the ure of interest. To think otherHardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. breaks down the hatred of the foe. wise would put Methodism to confuAmongst the people of France you sion and shame," declared Dr. Blake. "The for by THE HOWARD FARMS were well beloved and often the peo tenary, amount asked- it may the censtaggering asseem In ple of the town were heard to say J. M HOWARD A SON, Prop. aggregate, simply means thatt "These men will fight well, the Amtr-ican- s the where a Methodist individual is now Shorthorn and Pollrd Catlr Roam Sultan, a are indeed a great Nation." giving a nickel, we must Sultan, heads the hen!. son of White-hal- l ask him to Duroc Hugs., Spraguc Defender heads the While the population of the conquergive ;' cents for the whole task of herd ed territory have nothing but praise Methodism," he said Young stock for Sale at all times. It will pay you to visit our farms. for the men who have conquered "Methodism has the ability to Dut Ky. them. Glen Dean, the centenary over the top. It only What the new year will bring we lacks the will to do it, and that is rapidly coming." know not, whether we shall shortly 50,000 Minute Men. indusreturn to take up the battle of Hardinsburg. Ky. try or whether we shall again be callDr. Christian F. Reisuer of New Dealers in ed upon to defeat the forces of York city outlined the plans by which tyranny or anarchy we cannot tell the church expects to have 50,000 LIVE STOCK AND whatever the event I await it with minute men, similar to those used la TOBACCO my brigade in perfect confidence. J. behalf of various governmental affairs during the war, presenting the P. O'neil, Brigadier General, Cominterests of the centenary. manding. "John R. Mott, 25 years ago, urged the Christian nations to 'evangelise Hardinsburg, Ky. the world in this generation,' " said Heart Is Busy Organ. Dealer in "If they had done so very busy organ. Dr. Relsner. Your heart Is a High-Clas- s Horses, Mules, Fine Sad- While you breuthe once, It beute four there would have been no world war. dle and Harness Horses. t:ii,, At each beut It sends four If we do not now evangelise the world, our It will pay you to visit my Stables pounds of blood through your veins other worldgrandchildren will Be anwar. aud arteries. The weight of the circu"Imagine what the condition of the lating blood Is 29 pounds. When you ruu, your legs aud the other parts of world will be if Mohammedanism your body need more blood, so your takes Africa, India, Malaysia, then if G. N. Lyddan heart must purup faster. It is a cease-las- s Japan, with her efficiency and bar new organisation, haads tfea group. worker. FARMER AND FEEDER They will cruafe out civilization from Irvington, Ky. the world and establish the worst autocracy the universe has aver known. A Flax "Hurry-Up.- " "The centenary would A machine has a WEBSTER STOCK FARM Scotchman that been invented byfor those countries, troubUd andbring to prepares flax hungry, H. H. NORTON. Owsu manufacture within a few hours alter a heart devoted to service. At home abroad, it Inaiais It hub been pulled from Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in stead of taking days, orthe ground in aad staggering needs ofthat we meet this eventful even weeks, the All Kinds of Live Stock. as usual. -: Kentucky Webster, i received h following 1ft- " ""ter from hi Brigadier General, O'- neil. commending him for the heroic :t Common! from 'part he playerl in helping to win the war. flays, we hiked to Winchester, F.ng kt 179th.. Oklahoma Headquarters Was in another one of those rest- You have heen Brigade. A. E F. remained there Oc- two days, was taken to Lopcomhe chosen as part of the Army of You occupy a portion of cupation. Corner. Middle Wallops. Hants. Eng Prussia, which once boasted that its nd was there a few days then trans- soldiers were the finest in the world, . ferred back to Southampton with th chosen to show the ou have Debarkation Medical Officers, who German people what the American is was then debarking wounded from and what every soldier should be You were chosen for this honor beReceived 600 Wounded Soldiers a Day - cause you have no unfailing displayed all of the Yanks the highest qualities which a soldier by train to the different American you doing con . Hospitals. We were then receiving TTT! and Hi III: this Nave mi 'M II wounded at the rate of 600 per day. 'of the 30th.. Division, the 28th.. Div- After being on the job for ,bou, a Ki(r, Favori,e." The month the Captain got orders to go JJ to France take an assistant and make the 177th.. Division, the 41st., Div- an inspection of the Evacuation of Djv HOME BOYS IN SERVICE CENTENARY VISION CHALLENGES CHURCH I LOCAL DRUGGISTS Pr AWARDED AGENCY Wedding's Drug Store Secures Sale Rights for Trutorja In Cloverport. Enormous Power Now Released Must Be Used. DECLARES ....... BISHOP M'DOWELL - i"'"""" Methodists Possess Resources to Moot Centenary Calls Fifty Thousand Minute Man to Aid Peril of Mohammedanism Discussed ,m Trutona. the perfect tonic, that has now become widely popular in Louis- ville and other cities of the state, now is on sale at Wedding's Drug Store. The unprocedented success of Tru-- , tona is due entirely to its efficiency, Scores of Kenttirkians are Hsilv test- ifying to the dcneficial results they have obtained from its use. What, better proof of a medicine's merit could be desired. Trutonia is a tonic of the highest degree, exciting the appetite and invigorating the digestion. It is highly recommended for the treatment of dyspepsia, stomach trouble liver and ' kidney troubles and catarrhal affec-- 1 tions. Its action, on the liver is almost instantaneous exciting that most important organ when languid and resolving its terpor and chronic engorgement. Trutona acts directly o nthe mucus Trutona acts directly on the mucus ulative effect and leaving a pleanant tonic condition. It is a very valuable agency in all catarrhal affections, including those of the alimontary tract, head and nose. Trutona is a prompt, efficient and absolutely safe laxative. It is a strenght builder unsurpassed by any preparation. Its use is recommended by run down and weakened men and women who are recovering from the serious after effects of pneumonia, influenza and deep colds. Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Cloverport, Ky., at Wedding's Drug Store. j j Vilcey-Sur-Pren- y, A fine iron gray Nebraska Jack. 14 hinds high, will 8tand the present season at my farm on the Stephensport road, one mile from the Hardinsburg and Cloverport pike. Will serve mares at $10 to insure a living colt to stand up and suck. Care will be taken to prevent accidents. This is a line large bone Jack, good style and well bred. POMP ad Dick Glllion ( rt To Buy Or Not To Buy ! Then after you are fully convinced that you need to buy something, the next question is, where must I buy it f Then some one says, buy where you can get good quality stuff for the same amount of money, or less, than the same amount for which you can get it somewhere else. Then, besides this, you want to buy where you will receive honesty, ?rompt attention, courteous treatment and a cordial welcome, receive all these from us. We sell in retail and wholesale quantities Flour, Meal, Oats, Horse and Mule Feed, Dairy Feed and Hay. Your patronage solicited and appreciated. That is the question. NOTICE Advertisement For Claims. All persons having claims against the estate of Dr. J. H. Hart, deceased will present same properly proven, to the undersigned Administrator, at the Law Office of Moorman & Walls, in Hardinsburg, Breckinridge County, Kentucky, on or before the first day of May 1919. J. F. Hart, Administrator. LEADS NAVAL FOHCES IN H FOR SALE! Ford Runabout In Good Condition Hardinsburg Feed Company. Jfm Procrastination is the Thief of Time is constant PUTTING OFF that gets a man in a bad fix. "Going to stop wasting his money FOREIGN WATERS It DIRECTORY s, ' some day some day." Don't YOU put off banking your money. MAKE A START begin now. Come to our bank and start an account. We will treat y'ou courteously and take care of you. Planters FIRST STATE BANK Irvington, Ky. wrong-believin- g Valley Stock Farm LIBERTY BONDS Safest Investment We buy and aell all iaauea In large or small Telephone your orders at our exponas. denomi-nation- On Earth James C. Willson & Co. sssWTOsMsTwfe: lmiWmw&MM At 210 INVESTMENT SECURITIES S. Fifth St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Admiral Hurry S. Knapp, who euo ceeued AOmirul William S. Sims as conunnnder of our naval forces In foreign waters. COFFIN LEFT AS WARNING "Black Handers" Threaten Death to Wesley Dumm of Cheyenne. "Black Handers" are hot on the trail of Wesley I. Iumm, cashier of the Cltl-sen- t' National bank of Cheyenue, Wyo. Several days ago they left a note Instructing him to place $50,0(10 nt the fool of the elevator In the bunk building. If he failed to comply with the demand the "bluck hund" note declared the bank would be dynamited, his home wrecked und Milium would be killed. Muium placed u dummy package which was stolen while detectives were away (m u. the bauk for breakfast. Later Dumm received a telephone call in which a man made the same aud threut contulned In the let-- i He disregarded It and when he went home fouud a child's glass coffin on his porch. Police are guarding the bank aud the home. de-mtii IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disease is no respecter of persons. A majority of the Ills afflicting people today can be traced back to kidney trouble. Tht kidneys are the most Important 'rgans of the body. They are the alterera, the purifiers, of your blood. Xldney disease is usually Indicated by w tartness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble, pain In loins and lower abdomen. er.U atones, arrsvel, rheumatism, sciatic rd lumbago. All these derangements are nature's signals to warn you that the kidneys (! ii help. Tou should use QOLD MKIiaI. Haarlem OU Capsules Imme diately. The soothing, healing oil the kidney relieves Inflammations and destroys the which have cauaed it. Do not wait until tomorrow Uo to your druggist today and insist on UOUD .li:m:, Haarlem OU Capsules. In twenty-fouhours you should feel health and vigor returning and will bless the day you first beard of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OU. After you feel that you have yourself, continue to take one orcured two capsules each day. so as to keen In i Brat-clacondition and ward oft the danger of other attacks. Ask for the original Imported 40U) MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Money if they do not help you. sttm-uIhugt-rss ed C V. Robertson KEEP OFF PARALYSIS AND HARDENED ARTERIES Bring us all of your Park place Bottle Cauaas Undoing. We pay the highest cash Prices Produce Sanders, :- R. Mgr. "Alteratives which change by some inexpensible manner certain morbid Breach House Cloverport, Ky., for conditions of the system are of great benefit in nervous diseases, in paralyKentucky Creameries sis, arteriosclerosis, glandular tuberOwned end Opexsted by cles, lupus, fistulous and carious ulArmour ft Company Inc. cers." Dr Mason in U. S. Dispenwhich he was alleged to have consatory "Number 4o For The Blood" fessed he stole from the kitchen, were contains all the alteratives alluded to fouud lu the pocket. Parry waa arrested and was held under $9U0 ball in the above and is therefore indicat- blood. Alto in constipation, hepatic scro- congestions, dyspepsia In the city hall police court for a fur- ed in paralysis, and stomach ther hearing lie said be had beeu fula, chronic rheumatism, nodes, tu- troubles. Try it. employed two years In the bntl mors, lupls and all diseases of the Sold at Wedding's Drug Store. bottle of whisky alleged to have been dropied from the overrun pocket of Henry Parry of Philadelphia an elevator adjuster employed at the Hotel Adelphla as he was leaving, led to the discovery that he had a false pocket In the overcoat. Steaks, pork chops, ketchup and sausage, A arterio-sclerosis, J. MAY tl, Hit THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY found that the roadways connecting the cantonments with the surrounding cities were in no sense adequate. For the most part new1 roads had to be constructed. There is always the pos sibility of another such emergency, and the only means of insuring facile communication is by the construction of surfaced roads over which motor trucks can operate. While the security of the Nation in such might depend up on good roads for military uses, their service to the Nation would not be confined to military matters. For a great portion of the time during the past two years 00 per cent of the railroad capacity of the country was re quired for military purposes. The transportation of food, fuel and the like had to be accomplished largely by means other than rail. Some hardships were entailed. The motor truck, however, over such roads as were passable, rendered excellent service. pro When the present gram is carried out and the total of improved roads is several times larger than at present, the service possibilities of the motor truck will be correspondingly increased and the safety of the Nation and the comfort of the people more fully insured. road-buildi- PAGE t 1 KOBE HARD HIGHWAYS TO BRING COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, SAFETY Why City Men Should Support Local Cooperation With Federal Plan of Good 'Roads in Country; United States 1 Leads World in Mo tor Transportation. If all the automobiles In this coun- proved public roads in 'jhc United try stood evenly distributed over all States. To be specific, the public the roads of this country, there would roads in the United States measure be five motor cars to every 2 miles of 2,457,334' miles.o f which only 290,200 road. And there are 2,457,334 miles miles, or about 12 per cent, are surfaced. The rest are earth roads. of public road. If every motor car in the United States were laoded to its limit with Half Million For Roads people, half the population of the Are the owners of tliosc six million United States could be hauled at one and odd automobiles interested in the g load. And there arc about 110,000,000, Federal aid program for 1019? It is the most stupendous people in this country. Getting down to boot heels and program in the history of the the vulgar world. bitulithic just avoid phrase of bedrock and brass tacks Expenditures for road construction 87 per cent of all the motor vehicles this year are likely to reach $500,000-00in the world arc on the roads of the according to the estimates of the United States. By estimate, there were United States Department of Agricul7,000,000 automobiles in the world on ture, the Government agency charged By actual count, 0,146,077 with the administration of the Federal Jan. of these were in the United States Aid Road Act. Practically all State Those motor vehicles paid, in' license jare planning a continuous system of and other fees, $51,447,416. And this connecting highways throughout the road-buildinroad-buildi0, or tne pians or ur. Junn At. uoway ot Fuchau, who with Y. C. Yong of the Chinese legation In Washington is directing the building. Devastated France and Belgium are realistically reproduced In the European section, under the direction of Dr. E. M. Tipple, who has recently returned from abroad. The reproduction of a ruined French cathedral which seats 500 people will be usod for lectures and pictures. Through walls are seen tho the plains of Lombardy and ravaged shell-shattere- d Bel-glu- THE UNIVERSAL CAR When you want your Ford car repaired insist always upon getting the genuine Ford Parts, made by the Ford Motor Company, in order to insure reliable quality. There are "spurious," "counterfeit," imitation' parts made by outside concerns who have no regard for quality in material, so insist on your Garage or Repair Man furnishing you the genuine Ford Parts. All reliable garages may now but the genuine Ford Parts from us so theres no excuse for any one using the "bogus" 'parts.... To be sure, bring your car to us for repairs or replacements. EXHIBITS FROM IMhLlX BHsSsaJss L'X SsasaMeaeMeaa EVERY CLIME All Countries to Be Represented at Methodist Centenary, ERECTED BUILDINGS BEING Art, Medical and Educational Exhibits at the Celebration at Columbus to Be Held June 20 to July 13, Will Reveal the Progress of Christianity the World Over All Nations Will Mingle at Exposition Grounds. The visitor who comes to the Methodist Centenary celebration at Columbus, June 20 to July 13, will find himself transplanted to a large 'park of more than 100 acres, which has cost the state of Ohio millions of dollars to develop, with an immense oval in front of which Is an amphitheater seating 50,000 people, the Coliseum with a seating capacity of 8,000, and eight exhibit buildings with a floor space of 200,000 square feet scattered over these exposition grounds. The exhibits will come from every part of the world. Settings built under personal direction of men who have just returned from the countries represented are now in construction. Later,' natives will begin to arrive, bringing their strange customs, costumes and Industries. A true picture of the lives of these people is the aim of the directors of the Centenary. A miniature Ganges river actually flowing through the India building Is the center of queer heathen religious Here will be found the customs. Hindu temple, Mohammedan mosque and sacred monkey temple, filled with chattering monkeys. Here, too, tho sacred pigeons will be fed every day, amid 'much ceremony, and a fakir on his bed of spikes proves to less, stoical observers that his soul is above the trivial sufferings of this world. An Indian bazaar, overflowing with silks, wrought metals, idols and flower shops, occupies a largo rart o! the India building. Public letter teeth-clean Separate sections dealing with Russia, Scandinavia and' the Balkans occupy a large share of the European building. Dr. O. B. Wlnton, Dr. W. H, Teeter and S. A. Noblett are in charge. of South American, Cuban and Moxicnn sections. A Japanese garden, with wishing bridge, lily pond, pergola and pavilion, is being built for the Japan building by a Japanese expert gardener. A gold mining scene and the famous Hiroshima kindergarten will also be reproduced In this section. Dr. E. R. Bull, formerly of Tokyo, Is In charge of the Japan building. Exhibits from Korea under Dr. VV. H. Cram of Nashville, Tenn.; from the Philippines under Dr. Harry Farmer of New York, and from Malaysia under Dr. J. R. Denyes ot Pittsburgh, will be held In the same building. Two large administration buildings are devoted to scenes and exhibits from every corner of North America, under the direction of Dr. Ralph E. Diftendorfer of New York. Alaskan and Pueblo Indians, mountaineers, New York shopkeepers and California Japs will be found working at their various industries, "and living in wide ly contrasting environments. A typl cal southern plantation scene and a Mexican village will be picturesque features of tho building. The purpose of these exhibits is to emphasize the work of the church In the diversified sections of United States and Canada. A machinery hall, containing 40,000 feet, will be filled with photographs, charts, books and miscellaneous exhibits from all countries represented in the exposition. HAVE ODD CAMPING PLACE. How would you enjoy living In the horse exhibit building at the exposition grounds, chaperoned by hideous Chinese idols by Kali, the Goddess of Murder, and numerous other deities more powerful than they are beautiful? That is what a dozen young women from New York and New Jersey are doing at Columbus, O., where the Methodist Centenary celebration will be held June 20 to July 13. "Don't think for a moment that we are not having a fine time," said one of the young women. "Our quarters upstairs are quite cozy. We even, have a piano, and It is like a vacation for us to be camping out here. Besides the work ot classifying and arranging all these wonderful foreign exhibits Is fascinating." T. County Agent J. HOOK Hardinsburg, Ky... FRANK N.BURNS PADUCAHS jifAYOP Vice The Democrat who rendered distinctive set to his party by breaking up the vicious Blood Oath Negro Political Secret Order. Stands For: (1) Equalization of freight rates so that cities and town3 of Kentucky' will have equal opportunity with those north of the Ohio river to attract capital and industries, (2) consolidation of telephone systems in cities to eliminate double cost and confusion to subscribers. (Z nM to the men who carried "Old Glory" to victory and (4) proper safeguards for labor in all grades of employment. His services to the party mentyoursupport DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, FOR. AU6. 2, 1919 JMROADCGMffSSrom Try a News Classified Ad on Something ' 9 This Country Has 87 Per Cent of AH the Motor Vehicles in the World; and as d Roads (Bottom Picture.) exclusive of the 107,00o motor ve- State, and there is a more general hicles manufactured for the Govern- disposition than was ever manifested ment. before toward cooperation among Each one of those six million one neighboring States so that improved motor cars hundred and when it runs on unimporved roads, roads will not terminate at State pays about twice as much for tires line's. Congress, shortly before adjournand about twice as much for gasoline ment, made an extra appropriation of as. when it runs on surfaced roads. And there are about eight times as $209,000,000 in the post office appromany miles of unimproved as of im- - priation bill to meet the Federal part Officials of the of the program. Bereau of Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture,, point out that this is the largest appropriation ever made by any governHighest cash prices paid ment for a similar purpose, and that for cream and all kinds of it will enable the Federal and State country produce. Call on Governments to carry on a program of magnitude never us for prices. approached in the history of the Kentucky Criainiriis, Inc. world. This work, it is estimated, will employ more than 100,000 men in Owned and Controlled by active road work, in addition to the Armour & Co. men engaged in the production and furnishing of materials. THOMAS SMITH, Mgr. It affords one of the large opportuniStephensport, Ky. ties for profitable employment for returned soldiers and sailors. Automobile Owners and Road Bonds The program is a continuing one. PERMANENT DENTIST The recent Federal appropriation is Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON for three years. State, county and local funds will come largely from bond issues And there 'is where the Office 6,000,000 automobile owners ought to MASONIC BUILPING terest, the city automobile owner shine with a tremendous radiance. Hardinsburg, Ky. Both sensible selfishness and plain duty call upon the automobile owner Specializing In Trial Practice to vote for, road bonds. His tire and fuel costs, as before mentioned, are MURRAY HAYES cut in half by good roads. More LAWYER still, if. he be a city man, as Building a very large proportion of automobile LOUISVILLE More Than 20 Years Experience owners are, it tarings what he eats to his door at less cost. Good roads have always meant something in the way of reducing living costs, but they mean more now that the motor truck DENTIST has come to stay and to expand. One function of the motor truck is to Located permanently in Hardinsburg. relieve congestion in the neighbor Occupying office recently vacated by hood of large cities a congestion that Dr. Walker. has increased during the past several years, and that, if it continues, will tend to run up the cost of living. Those are a few vi the main reasons why, from the standpoint of self-iterest should vote for road issues. Good Roads as Military Measure From the standpoint of duty, the military element probably takes first Ky. place. When it became necessary two years ago to concentrate great num bers of men in cantonments, it was, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Hard-Surface- It Has Eight Times As Many Dirt Roads (Top Picture) r - l ' I V NOTICE! road-buildi- ng JL'l tl road-buildi- im-pprt- 1646-7-- 4 Inter-Southe- ra Dr. J. C. O VERB Y L. D. HALL Crcscral Blacksmith and Wagoft Maker. Repair Wark a Specially. Scphca9)prtf n writer, sweetmeat seller, er, beggars and curio seller mingle with the crowds of sightseers. village scenes and an Indian icarr age procession, with the riding an elephant, are in the plans of Dr. Lewis E. llrzoM of India, who Is in Columbus to direct this building for the Center bry. In an immense Kaffir, kraal, containing five full sized huts and a cat tie Ii)c!o3ure, 60 Ethiopians will be found working at various typical Industrie?, as a part of the African ex hlblt. The desert life of northern Africa, with Bedouin tents and Moorish town, is pictured in another secThis tion of the African building. exhibit is directed by J, T. C. of Algeria, who Is also directing a reproduction of early Roman civilization in the same building. Another part of the African building is devoted to Roosevelt and Ralney motion pictures, episodes from the life of Dr. David Living-atonHon hunts and Kaffir dances, the Uganda railway and African mission scenes. ' Other sections of Africa are fully represented In the large building which Is under the direction of Dr. E, H. Richards at Oberlln. The high gray walls of a Kwang city confront the visitor at the entrance to the Chinese building. At the left is a farm .scene; Inside the walls are the principal, exhibits, including a large Chinese restaurant, open to the public; curio shop, money bride-grocBlack-mor- . Increase in Fisk Sales Due to Fisk Durability and Value e today are buying tires the MOTORISTS condition that is leading toon greatbasis of actual results. a demand for Fisk Tires for Fisk visible value stands out today in terms of greater mileage, longer life, more distinctive appearance and greater tire economy. In every line of business there is always one product that stands out head e, and shoulders above the average. Experienced motorists know the differeace im tirei, and they knew 'the superior mileage and wear delivered by Fisk Tires. You'll like the type of dealers who specialize in Fisk Tires alert, foreteciag-aswho know comparative values ia tires, and who know that success comes ta those who serve their public. The Fisk dealers ia this community kava a message fer yeu Next time Buy Fisk For Sale by s MARION WEATHERHOLT Cloverport, Ky. i exchange, Confucian temple, typical, Chinese homes, and a Methodist church such as Is found in the Celestial republic. Art, medical and educational ex. hlblts revealing the "progress of Chris? tlaattv in that country form a prt FISK CORD TIRES MtWl n CLOVKKPORT, KltfTUCXY Black Succeed Stanley -- MAY 11, X WAR ON FAMINE That's just what Fve always wished a cigarette "would do satisfy" SatisfacShipping Conditions Are tory ot. Account of Strikes In Many Leaving I Griggs: I predict it's going to be Countries, and, as Result, There Is great snrintr for automobiles. No Question Thst the Entire Ameri- .a LIriggs: How do you know? can Surplus Will Be Absorbed Enuriggs: l ve been examining an emy Countries and Neutrals Must auto spring on a flivver only recently. Briggs: What did you find? Pay Csth. Griggs: I've discovered seven In the harvest year from August, leaves already. Cartoons Magazine.' 1016, to August, 1010, Europe must Import 29,000,000 tons of foodstuffs from overseas, and to meet this there Is tons, Herbert C. .Hoover, chairman of the food section of the supreme economic council said in Paris. Shipping conditions aro not satisfactory on account of strikes In many countries and, ns a result, there Is no question that the entire American surplus will be absorbed. "We are at the worst phase of the European famine that was Inevitable after this world war," Mr. Hoover said. The economic food council is on top in the fight against famine and food distribution Is organized to supply the affected nreas In Europe outside of Russia, Mr. Hoover said. The American relief administration has organized the' systematic feeding of the undernourished children, numbering between 500,000 and 1,000,000. The United States will supply to Europe foodstuffs valued roughly at Enemy countries and $?,500,000,000. nr.utrals will pay cash for what they receive. Will Not Raise Wheat Price. The relief authorities are doing their best to control the effect of the large demands on the American market. Mr. Hoover said that a statement by him on the possible price of wheat had been misinterpreted. He had said that In view of the demands of the world for food, the removal of price control with regard to wheat, sugar, pork products and cotton seed products would be dangerous to the American consumer. The control of the pork was removed, and, Mr. Hoover said, had proved to be a disadvantage to th,e consumer. Mr. Hoover said he wished to empha size that the control of the price of wheat would be maintained to the full Frankfort, Ky., May 18. Lieut. Gov. James D. Black,' of Barbour BEGINNING ville, arrived in Frankfort and will become Govenor of Kentucky tomorrow at noon, the hbur when Gov. Stanley is to be inducted Hoover 'Says America Must Pro into senatorial honors. The Lieutenant Governor already vide 'Supplies. has taken the oath. Gov Stanley left this morning for Washington. Most of the State emto him yesterNOW AT THE WORST PHASE ployes said,' good-by- e day' morning in the State reception room, but a number were down at the station to bid him godspeed. Mot JUST bpecials AT THE I i t f Golden Rule Store All ! Prices Marked in Plato Figures. Attractive Prion on Merchandise this weak at the "Square Deal" Stare. 35c per yard for good quality anllnble a total of about 35,000,000 Million Dollars To Loan On Breckinridge County Farms By The Federal Land Bank of The feature cf Chesterfields is that they begin where other cigarettes leave off. In other words, besides pleasing the taste, Chesterfields go 'em all one better they satisfy! Just like a long drink of cold water satisfies when you're downright thirsty. No other cigarette can givo you this new thing in cigarette enjoyment because none can copy Chesterfield's blend. It's a blend of the finest TURKISH tobaccos from Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun and several varieties of the choicest DOMESTIC. And the blend itself the skill with which these tobaccos have been proportioned is a real discovery in cigarette making. Louisville at $y2 per cent Interest Ask JOHN F. KNUE McQuady, Ky. Life Insurance. The new policies of the New-YorLife are the last word in modern life insurance. There is no contract written by any company more complete, more perfect. For particulars see plaid dress ginghams. 33c for embroidery and lace trimmed corset covers, made of nice quality lingerie cloth. 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1-5Ladies' muslin petticoat9 in fancy trimmed and, plain embroidery flounces.' Good values. 19c Children's good quality cambric drawers. Ages 2 to 8 years. Railroad ATTENTION! Men, Shop Men and Farmers. We have been notified that the prices on Overalls and Unionalls will advance in price on the fifth of this month. We do not know how long our present stock of garments will last. Buy now and avoid the high prices. 0 .f I. Herbert Hall Ageat 4 of Turkish and CIGARETTES Domestic tobaccos -- Mended extent of existing authority and mat. the America consumer need riot be alarmed that there will be a material rise In the' price of that food essential. America will sell more wheat than she has, but the exports are being regulated to reserve a sufficiency for domestic needs. 's : BSBBBBSBBBsErl . I be " States were represented. A national convention for the purpose of making the organization permanent wit! be held'at. Minneapolis November 11, the anniverContinued from Page 1 sary of the signing of the armistice. Legion's proceedings of representa- It is our purpose that the boys yet tives of an organization accused of 'over there' shall participate in the organization of permanent the Bolshevistic inclinations." legion, and that each county.'s post shall elect its delegates: hence the Plan Service Bureaus. Judge Moorman explained that it is temporary nature of 'the organization. "The preamble of our constitution proposed to establish in the State best expresses our purposes: of the Legion bureaus which will handle the individual) ",For God and country, we asso- problems of the returning service ,ciatc ourselves for the following pur- man as to bonuses, insurance, COm- - poses: lo uphold and detentl the Constitution of the United States; to pensation, employment and relief. Judge Moorman, whose home is in maintain law and order; to foster Hardinsburg. and who was a cornoral aml perpetuate 100 per cent Ameri of artillery in France, was elected canism; to preserve the memories and State Commander at a meeting of the incidents of our, association in the Kentucky delegation in St. Louis, 'ar! t0 inculate a sense of individ-aftthe convention had adopted a uaI obligation to the community, constitution .nithnrlincr tli. ircrp.iit. State and nation: to combat the of both the classes and the ed delegates to return to their spective States and launch the organ - masses! to make r'8t the master of ization. The delegation also elected might; to promote peace and good D. A. Sachs, Jr., of Louisville, State will on earth; to safeguard and trans- Adjuant, and George Ewald, Louis-- mit t0 posterity the principle of jus- "eeuom ana democracy; to ville, State Finance Officer. Judge. secrate and sanctify our comradeship Mr. Sachs and Ulric Bell, of Louisville, member of the National by our devotion to mutal helpfulness. Committee on Publicity, also are Will Name State Chairmen members of the National Executive "I am authorized to appoint a chairCommittee. man in each congressional district, Special consideration for the priviwhose chief duty will be to name a leges of those still overseas is being representative in each of hte counties given in formation of the new body of his district to call a county meeting in Kentucky, Judge Moorman states. on a day we will name, after which Asked what specific steps would be the soldiers, sailors and marines of taken to form posts in Kentucky, each county will proceed to organize Judge Moorman explained that the one or more local posts, according to State Executive Committee would di- the plan laid down by the national rect this work through district and caucus. I will also appoint an Execucounty organizers. tive Committee of thirteen members, "By a union of the different asso- which will meef with and advise me ciations of veterans," Judge Moor- - in issuing instructions for organiza ww continued "a great temporary ,tion of the State. Preliminary- organization has been rangements may be considered at forty-seve- n MOORMAN TELLS formed by the St. Louis caucus, where AIM OF LEGION Purchases Army Supplies. The American army stocks of pork products In France, more than 60,000, 000 pounds, had been purchased by the relief council and should furnish a suf ficient supply of fats until harvest for liberated countries. Germany Is being supplied with fats without competing In the American market for pork, and the Europeaa mart on the American pork Is limited to the neutral and allied countries. The administration Is purchasing In the United States only whent, rye, flour, beans, some rice, and vegetable oil once, but no action will, be taken un- products, and In addition, condensed til national authorities direct, and our milk and some other special foods for Executive Committee so orders. This crlldren. is in accordance with suggestions perLOVE AT FIRST SIGHT sonally received from national leaders. "The meeting of the National Ex- Both the Man and Woman Were Well Advanced In Years. ecutive Committee after the caucus Vlrglnlus O. Saunders. indeveloped many questions of vital years B. terest which our Executive Commit- Bean, of age. eloped wltli Mrs. a widow, thlrtv.nlno vooro ni tee must consider before county posts to Clayton, Mo., they were are organized. Our State "delegates nea. baunders where formerly nmr was mayor named those present at St. Louis of Webster Groves, and.ls a retired dry members of these temporary, com- goods merchant. mittees as far as possible because Saunders met Mrs. Bean about a they know the spirit and purposes of year ago when she was visiting In St the movement as developed by the Louis, and after she left thnv mrra. sponded. Several months ago, Saun- caucus, and I expect a fair apportionaers ment to officers and enlisted men in Louis says, Mrs. Bean returned to St. nnd he proposed marriage. She those chosen to call the county meet- ncce'pted, bit no wedding date was de ings. "Laying aside sentiment, every man cided upon. A complete warms the cocklei of Tour heart The imell of It alone will take you risht back foi mora. Alk for War Hawk I At all lire merchant a ml tobaeec treat I Hit up your old pipe oi man' size chew and let ttke how tbti waxy. nelow, old twlti Coma on I Now for line of Lee's Unionalls in hickory stripes khaki and Navy blue. Prices $4.00, $4.50, and $5.00 Golden Rule Store Cloverport, Kentucky Guaranteed by John D. Moor Tobacco Co. incorporated LOUfSVILL? KY. GroTbth of the Kentucky 'Business of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Ysar 1869 1919 , .... . in Fifty years Insursncs In Fores In Kentucky $750,000.00 $43,234,719.00 . er I 1 who wore a uniform will find material interest and benefit in joining the Legion. Its purposes are all good and its practical application of many of its principles is certain." Officers of each of the posts to be organized as well as of the State organization, will include a commander, finance vice commander, adjutant officer, master-at-arm- sand chaplain. DESTITUTION 18 "It was a love match frbm the start," Saunders told a reporter, "and we were only undecided about the date. I met her at the station, and feeling romantic, we decided to elope to Clayton. Our friends will be considerably surprised to hear what we have done." has Twelve Million Dollars more insurance in force on the lives of Kentuckians The Mutual Benefit GETS HIS FATHER OUT oy Shows His Savings Bank Judge. TERRIBLE. The accumulated horrors of four years of war have left the Jewish population of Kustern Europe In probably the greatest suffering known In the history of Immunity. Kentucky's drive to rulso fJOS.000 for relief takes pluco April L t,the than any other company. The first policy issued in Kentucky was in 1847, ssventy-tw- o years ago. "Insuring in the cMutual Benefit is a. Family Habit in Kentucky" - When Harold Gorskl, twelve, years of age, entered Judge Boyers court at Evanston, HI., recently he sounded like a walking-- savings bank. Pennies, nickels and dimes Jingled merrily In his pocket Harold sidled up to Judge A BOON TO KENTUCKY is The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Boyer: SLIDES WILL ADVERTISE PAIQN. CAM "My daddy has been arrested," he sobbed. "I don't want you to do any thing to him. Here are my savings. Please let him go." Harold then dumped the contents of his. pockets on Judge Boyers desk. It paying tq Kentucky policy-holde- rs ana beneficiaries and investing in Kentucky more money than premiums collected in Kentucky. The Louisville Agency is the oldest and largest Life Insurance Agency in the State ,'of Kentucky The Mutiial Benefit Life Insurance Company OF NEWARK, NCW JERSEY Under the efficient direction of Lee Goldberg, one of the beat knowa moving picture BMMgers in Kentucky, a serlea of slides wIH be presented If 300 theaters of the state to advertlM campaign, April 1 the state-wid-e is ttw relief f Jewlsfc war totaled 90.87. "I won't tell on yon," Harold whis pered as Judge Boyer seriously reminded him of the graveaess of to bribe the court Jeaeah Gorskl, Harold's rataer, wss sh arses' with vMatlag a health ercU pweattea.. naatt. M mi released W. W. DENNIS Mala' Mm! MA COMPANY, Gaaarai Afaata I aulaiJIt MWELL A ISU.. HarttoaJptfrf, 1.