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$1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. ALL THK NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PKIINT $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. VOL. XLII CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1917. 8 Pajjes No. 13 E BOYS HAPPY TO BE IN NATIONAL ARMY. The folloving letttr of interest bM been received from DMWfi Smith, one of the Clovetport boys who was a re crult to Camp Zachary Taylor last week. Mr. John ! Habbage, Editor Brcckinrldue News, Cloverport, Ky. To whom it may concern: We arriv J In Camp Zichary Taylor tha list, all happy and feeling fine and couldn't be traated better. First wa received our cots and equip ment consisting of two blanket ( real ones too) and a straw mattress also pillows. Next our mess. dishes, of two plates, knife, fork, spoon and cup Next our duty, we were Cncle Sim's and law governing same. We passed our last examination tins morning. Were vacinated and got a shot in the arm and have two more to take. Wa sure are having one great time and I am glad I am a man and able to do my bit for a just causa and if I had Known sooner what I know now I would have enlisted some time ago. We ara off every Wednesday and Saturday evening and all day Sunday. You are weicome to Camp .ichary Taylor any time you want to come. Bernard Morrison, Mike luckerare together with me. We all like it line id are In it for all we can get. We .ilto train for sixletn wteks(fcur months! and will be ready forCucle Sam. All the liovs said tell everybody Hello and th-re is nothing they want as everything is furnished but a wrist watch and we are going to get one. We will be glad to know the news from boat. Yours truly, Dooard J. S-nith. AddressCamp Taylor, Co. M. Ml Infantry, Louisville. Dinners Given Enlisted Men. Mr. and Mrs I'has. Jackson gave a ciuner on Wednesday evening at their i.ome iu Breckinridge addition in hon or of Mrs. Jackson's two brothers, Mr. Horace Tucker, Mr. Mike Tucker and r- nn-..,i stmith u-hn ware called in Selective draft and left Friday -.arning for Camp Zachary Taylor. The invited guests were: Miss Carrie Tucke, Messrs Mike Tucker, Horace Tucker, Courtney Habbage, Forrest f'reeman, Donard Smith, Mr. Curlie and Mr. Craves, ooo Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker gave a 12 o'clock diuner Thursday noon, for their sons, Mr. Horace Tucker and Mr. Mike Tucker Covers were la a for: Mr aud Mrs, Tucker, Miss Carrie Iuckor, Nleea Lelia Tucker and Bernicc Tucker Messrs Mike Tucker, Hot ace Tucker, Donard Smith, E:d.td Babbage, Mr. Graves and Rev, W. L lcr. Drafted Men Leave Amid Cheers. Irvington, Sept. 24, (Special) Hu bert Livers, Leslie Jones, Hubert Lyons', Jasper Head and lioyd Keith answered the call to report at Camp Zachary Tay lor, Friday. They were joined by "1 more boys from Hreckinridge county. A large assembly gathered at the train to bid them good-bye. The girls marched up and down the platform and carried Old Glory, the boys cheering as they passed. Mothers, wives and sweet hearts were present to bid farewell and God speed to the would be soldier boys, who were solicitous of the women to help in the noble work of the Ked Cross Society. Appeal Denied. Appeal was denied by the District Board, :it Louisville, for the following persons: Hubert l'arks, I.odiburg,Thos, E. Bowles, Axtel; Waldo S Smart, Har diusburg, K. and Ken Bandy, living ton. Looses Left Eye. Mr. W. H. Dowell, Union Star went to Owensboro last week to the City ! Hospital where he uuderwent uu opera tlon for removing his left eye Nine year ago, Mr. Dowell was struck in the eye with a stick, while taiiflfving some brush from off his fatui I but he never felt any serious results from tne uiow uuiit wiintn me las three weeks he has beau suffering in tensely and it was found that an Operation would be the only means of relief. MRS. SHEWS WILL PROBATED In County Court. Bequeaths Bulk of Estate to Relatives. Methodist Church of Hardins burg Recipient of $450. The will of Mrs. Kmma Shellman was probated ii. the lire, kinridge County Court Monday Sept. M. H oueaihsto Horace Scott Beard fid Frarcis Beard children of Kdward Heard and Stella Scott Heard the sum of llOO each to be held in trust for them liy the Bank of Hardinsburg .V Trust Co , as trustee and invested by them and paid to the children as they be come A age. She alsc bequeathed to these ch Idren the large portrait of their deceased mother, Stella Scott Heard. She also directed that a granite NKM MUM be erected to the memory of her father, mother and brothers with the word "Hatnbieton" inscribed iu bold letters. She also directed that a suit able monument be erected at the grnve of her titter, Margaret Hambleton Board She btqueathed to Methodist Kpisco pal Church South, Hirdinsburg the sum of $150 to discharge a debt on said church To Laura and Margaret Scott child ren of Hor.ice Scott t3.ll eacn. To Miss Jennie Wai field the sum of IIW, to Mrs Jennie Kingston the sum if 9190, aud Maggie Scott $t0o The residue of my estate 1 bequeath to the children of my late husband, Richard Shellman said es.ate to be equally divided among them She dirtcted that The Hank of H ird insburg & Trust Co.. act as her ex ecutor. The will was dated Jan. 22, i ; nd witnessed by Allen R. Kincheloe and Claude Mercer. Codicil dated Aug . luiT she be queathed to Arthur Scolt her nephew 1100 In lien of isu, to L. O. Shellman the balance doe on his note. To her- neice Jennie liabbage she bequeathed a0. Still Charming at Age of 79. Mrs. Lida James who lias be n visit ing her nephew, Mr. Carman near Big Spring returned to iier home at Mat ton, III., Saturday. Said she had a delightful visit rambling over the hills of Hreckinridge, where she was burn To, years ago Mrs, James is a very charming woman and her age is no, trnuii nig her. Attending Annual Conference. Ucv. M. L. Dyer left Tuesday morn ing for Hopkinsville to attend the an nual Louisville Conference Owing to the abseu.e of the pastor, there n ill not be any pi eadhing services at the Methodist church, Sunday morn ing and evening. Sunday S.hool, Jun ior a tul Senior Lsaguis will meet at the regular time Recital For Benefit of Red Cross Irvington, Sept. 24. (Special ) A musical recital was given at the Meth odist church Friday .evening for the benefit of the local Red Cross work. The audience fully appreciated the splendid program which was given by Mr. and Mrs. Fullenwider, of Appleton, Wis., aud Miss Julia Lyon. Mr. Fullenwider is a talented violinist and Mrs. Fullenwider accompanies him on the piano. Miss Lvon, whose home is here, is one of the first honor pupils of the Louisville Conservatory of Music She is wonderfully talected and accom plished in piano music and the home people are justly proud of her. The members of the Red Crass So ciety are indebted to those who assisted in making the recital a financial success and to Mr. McKelvey who furnished the piano. Patriotic Week. This is Patriotic week iu the State of Kentucky. In view of this fact, there will be a patriotic meeting at the Clover port Public Schrol building, Friilav afternoon j oclock. Sut McCoy has arranged the program so that most of the children will take part. The members of Red Cross will at tend in a body. The public is extended a cordial invitation. PATRIOTIC MEETING MEMORABLE OCCASION. For The Breckinridge County Boys Prior To Their Leaving For Training Camp. People From All Parts Of County Attended. With truly orave hearts and smiling faces, forty per cent of the quota, which consisted ot fifty-two of Breckinridge County 's sterling young men, liled into the Methodist church in Hardinsburg on Thursday evening to attend the patriotu meeting that was held in their honor prior to their leaving for Camp 7. ichary Taylor the following morning. Possibly no other county in the state has sent out a more splendid represt n tatiou of its manhood for the National Army, than has Hreckinridge. Some of the young men were represer.ati ves of the best families in the county. Quite a few of them were hundied per cent men intheir physicial examination. One young man had just entered into his life work as an engineer for which he had been working several 'ears and had only served one week. The maj ority of the boys were cheerful in spirit and yet they seemed to fully realjze the seriousness of the situation. Parents, relatives and interested friends from all parts of the county were at the meeting and with all there was quite a large attendance. The soldiers in-the-rnaking were cheered by the audience, sung to with pitrio ttc songs and addressed by several speakers. Adj Gen. David U. Murray being the chief speaker of the occas sion He gave some of the reminiscen ces of his life as a soldier and spoke of the general situtation of the war at present. Words of encou agement and cheer were given by, Mi. Sherman Hall, Hon. Henry Dell Moorman. Rev. J. T. Meng and Lieut. Carrigan. A most appropkite song, "Keep the Home Fires Hurtling" was sung by Mrs. Itussel Couipton. Mrs. Comptou is possessed with an unusualy musical suprann voice and she sang with a great deal of feeling. After the meeting the bovs were surronded with their frit nds who bade them good bye and good luck. On Friday morning before leaving for camp, the Hardinsburg Red Cross xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The First State Bank, Irvington, Kentucky, At the close of business September 7, 1917. 3 Called Loans and Discounts - - $120,777 84 United States Bonds - - - 1,001 26 Due from Banks - - - - 18,134 93 Cash in Sate .... 4,404 52 Overdrafts - - 451 86 Current Expenses ... 394 67 Banking House and Lot - - 3,200 00 Other Real Estate - - - 6,534 71 Furniture and Fixtures - - 1,200 00 Total Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus . Undivided Profits . Deposits .... Total W. J. PIGG0TT, President J. M. HEKND0N, Vice-President Society gave each boy a box filled with the most delicious lunch They were accompained to Louisville by Sheriff Arthur T. Heard and Lee Walle. Will Serve Apprentice As Machinist. ICdward N. Couch, son of He v. A. N. Couch and Mrs Couch left last week for Ravenna. Kv where he will serve his apprenticeship as a machinist in the L. & N. railroad shops. Mr Couch was employed at passen ger depot cilice here and lie was well liked because of his pleasing and court eous manners. Accepts New Position. Mr. Jesse Willis is here to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. I) Willis. Mr. Willis who has been connected with the Carter Dry Goods Company of Louisville, has accepted a more luc rative position with the Tennessee Coal, Steel and Railway Company in Birmingham, Ala He whl leave witlu u a few days for the south Feels Younger From Having Vacation. Mr J. S. HeynoliN, til Fordsville, re turned Saturday from a plea.it, t visit with his (laughter, Mr. LoB Rogers and Mr. Rogers, of Ashland, Ky, Mr. Reynolds and Mr and Mrs Rogers had a grand motor trip through Ohio, tak ing in Cleveland, Dayton and other sections of tiie State Which is so beau tiful. The Kentuekiat) enj yed his va cation and outing so ranch that it m ule him feel tea years younger. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the manv friends of our father, W. J. Owen, who we re so kind to us during his recent short lilness and death. He loved and be lieved in his friends and they showed their appreciation of him iu everv way possible. The Family. Louisville Stock Market. Hog Market Choice heavies, 168 lbs. and up, flS.53; I2l) to 165 pounds, 8 Iu ligs. i1 1-95 (" 16 1"; roughs, 16 S5 down. Lambs Choice, IJ (ft 1 5 . ."l ; seconds. 1 1 (it 1 1.00; culls, 7 (a) 8; top sheep, 8 (11 N 50; bucks, 6.50 clown. Calves Ik st veals, $1 2 1250. Statement of the Condition for by the State Banking Commissioner. J. C. J. D. T To Convene Octotfer 8--A Busy Term With a Large Docket List ol Jurors. The coming term of the Breekenridge Circuit Court which convenes at Har dinsburg Monday, October I, is to be one of the busiest terms for several years, according to the report ot Circuit Clerk Paul Hasht.ni. There are M appearance suits and over UN reference cases. The jurors are to be mule up from the following list: Grand Jury. Lewis C ark, W. N. Dent. Terry Fiu ley, Andrew Klder, Wesley 1 Ian ington, S H. Mat, H. A. Bee ham, Haynes Trent, Walter Blown, W. C. Moorman, R. I) St. Clair, Kd Hook, John Hryant, S R Handy, BH Robbins, Glen Macey, John Frymire, J. H. liibsou, Jim Wag- goner, Jasper Ilorseley, 1'aul Shrews I bury, W L. Robertson, G. II. l'ile and Herbert Hall. Petit Jury Finis Clavcomb, S. K. Yates, Mike Mendrick, T. H Richardson, Minor Payne, J R Mavs, Hirtlie Hall, II. A. Ciution, Win J Stith, Hartley Walker, Marion Weathei holt, J . H Herntlon, S. W H issett, C. W. Hindy, Andrew Driskell, . D. Teal, Adam Bat hate, S. W. Itaite, Hill Nortou, Sam Heavin, K. L. Carman, Frank Malting!), R. II. Bandy, Gabe Pierce, M G Bailer, Tom Robertson, rum Walls, J. w. Brown, j. ii Baady, J. F. Riddle, Godfrey Ha.-weii, Ira Rhode, V, G. Babbage, Frank Xupert, Fladge Vessells end i Taj lor Beard, Breckinridge County Boy In Ministerial Work. A former Breckinridge County man the Kev. J. T. Keenan wnose home was at Mattingly is now living in Gtaf jton W. Va. where he is the pastor of the M. K. church with a salary of P3,VUU yearly. Kev. Ivcenan is a very superior man in every respect and is (having splendid success in his profes sion His family, Mrs. Keenan and son, Wtllard Keenan w ho have been spend I ing the slimmer with Mrs. Keenan's parents Mr. anil Mrs Owen Seatou at Mattingly returned home last week. Try "Want Ad." of av . $156,099.79 $ 15,000 00 2,800 00 343 33 . 137,956 46 $156,099 79 PAYNE, Cashier LYD0AN. Assistant Cashier 29 ACCEPTED OUT OF SECOND CALL; 98 EXAMINED Aa result of the second call made by the local examining board for the first quota, following is the list of men who were accepted for military tervice and who have not been exempted or discharged. Clovetport: Paul ('. Lewis, Patrick Ilinton, Earl Heavin, Chris Logsdon. Hardinsburg: Everett Meador, He liam M Wo ids, Walter Wilson Stone, William T. Jolly, Orval f,. Norton. Irvington: Charles Hobbs. Willie Park, Verdie Johnson, Henry Johnson Stephensport : John Connard Lewis, Jones I). Owen Miller. Webster: Ariel Allen. Custer: John Sutton. Garfield: Willis (.'ompton. Vanzant: Polle Forest Simm ins, Wal ter Meador. Westview: Necel Moore, Isiah Parson Pile. Holt: Arthur Allen. II. lined: Coleman F. Wheatley. Mattingly: James W. Wood. Koff: (iilbett F. Calloway. Falls of Kough: Aden Fentress. Sample: Lee Hiclierson. REJECTED Cloverport: Jeff Sattcrfielil, Wilbur T. Chapin, John Allen Waggoner, Fredrick Franklin Kay, icar Stew art. Hardinsburg: Win Thomas Khodes. Martin Lewis Sutton, tirover C. Taber. J je Alexander West. Hansom Dowell, Rufui Dowell. Irvington: Stant Reed Ross. Joe Hoard. Richard Oral McCoy. Union Star: Ora Arthur ( laycomb, Owen C Broner, Wm ( arlton Dutschke I 'in 'tis Lee Stewart. Oarfleldi Morton I'enick, Arnold Stinnett, Ovie Qray, Curtis Alien Simmons. 11. trued: Arthur Smith, Miller Nix. Roff: George Henry Mattingly. Vanant: L'rr.est 0 x. Askins: Charles Kara Hcaddcn. Addison: Htibett Hall. Woodrow: Will Helm. Webster: Koscoe Fipps Harvey Shaw. Axtel: Joe Willis Webster. McQuady: t'hailes M. Heavin. Locust Hill: Wm David Myer. Vcrnie Carman. Kirk. Richard Moore. McDaaioia: Kd Thorn ai Darnell. Custer: Juhn W. llruner. James Lea Phippe. Dig Springs: Cilbert Hat ry Simmoni. EXEMPTED Cloverport: Ruther B, Pate, John Henry Walker, IS, A. Stephens. Hardlaeburg: Re aeon Francis Crav en, .Mien iiuun, Cigar KoODiaa, Al bert Tucker, Win ti. Macy, Richard V. IV.e. Itviugton: Tom Watts, Owen Logs don. Mattingly: Tin odor, i Applegate, Walter Weise. Vaazaat! Joseph W. Meador. Un:on Star: Win Kmmett Hudson. Hudson: Gilbert Fraze, Cleve I'ruttt, McDaniels: P.stcll EraCailer. Webster: Joe Harper. Custer: Victor II. Wh.tworth, James () lienuett. I Harned: W ilbur Pile. Kirk: Kobert Parks Miller, Geo Ed Monarch. Locust Hill: Lonnie Kobcrtson. Sample: Frank Shellmau. Glen Dnon: Lee Thomas Dunn. Falls of Rough: ( iscar WebbSiinmons. Prospecting In New Mexico. C A. Bennett the general and elti cieu. railroad agent at Glen Dean Is oil on a 60 days leave of absence for a trip to New Mexico prospecting. Mrs. Bennett will spend the time with her father at Spottsville. Mr and Mrs. Dennett have made many warm friends atGlcu Dean who regret their leaving aud hope Mr. Ucnuett will not lind any place so good as Glen Dean and w ill return soon. Officers of Royal Arch Chapter. The Masonsof the Royal Arch Chap ter No 951 held .he annual election of officers Friday evening Sept. Jl. which resulted as follows: K. L. Oel.e, H. P ; 0 1). Phelps, King; c. W. Moorman, Scribe: A. ii. Skillman, Treasurer; J. C. Nolte, Secretary; C. W. liaimiiau, C. of H.; W. A Cockerell, K. A C; M M. Denton, M. I. V.;J. Kendall Weatherholt, M. V. Chat, iiamby, M. i V.