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Nineteenth Division ' California,
Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado,
Cnmp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala.
Sixteenth Division Ohio, Weat Vir
i.JW TO ADDRESS
BRECKINRIDGE-BANK OF CLOVERPORT
BOYS IN KHAKI
Camp Fremont, Palo Alto, Cal.
PAUL LEWIS, Cashier
Twentieth Division Washington,
Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming,
Directions for Sending Mail to
Men in Service of United
Part North Dni'ota.
Ci rip Doniphan, Tort Sill. OMs.
THE BANK OF SECURITY
WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN
3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits
Fourteenth Division Missouri, Knn-
I.HERE CAMPS ARE LOCATED
C strfbutton of Men in the National
Guard and the National Army
by States Officer' Train
Washington Mall for aoldters or
prospective officer in traluiDg should
be nddrcNHcd kh follows:
.lollN SMTliI I.
' i' 'iiy X, IteglrnenL
American Hipedllionarjr Forces.
Company X, II. O. T. 0.
(0iii In which training)
(Town and state; location camp)
Company X, Regiment,
(Name N. 0. Concentration Camp)
(Town and State).
Company X, Regiment,
(Name N. A. Concentration Camp)
(Town and State)
Mall tor the expeditionary rorcea
will be forwarded by the government
with the alove address, which will be
all that la required In view of the en-
forced policy Of maintaining the ae-
erecy of Itie camp location in France.
The pHivnthoBts above denoted may
be filled In by the following schedule:
NATIONAL ARMY CONCENTRA
TION CAMPS. ADDRESS AND
TR00P8 AT STATION.
Camp iK-vens, Ayer, Mass.
FlrNt Division Maine, New Hamp
shire, Vermont, Massachusetts,
Rhode Island, Connecticut
Camp Meade, AiinntKills Junction, Md.
Fourth Division Southern Penn
sylvania. Camp Leo. Petersburg, Va.
Fifth Division New Jersey, Vir
ginia, Maryland, Deluwnre, District
Camp Dix, Wrlglitxtowu, N. J.
Third Division -New York State,
Northei n Pennsylvania.
Cnmp Upton, Yapiinnk (L. L), N. Y.
Second Division - Metropolitan Dis
tri(i of New Vorlc.
Camp (loitlon, OfcaavMse, On. (near
Seventh Division Oeorgla, Ala-
Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C.
Sixth Division Tennessee, North
Carolina, South Carolina.
Camp Pike. Litlle Back, Ark.
Twelfth Division Arkan-ua, Loui-
OafBf Custer, Battle Oil alt, Mich.
Tenth Division Michigan. Wlscon
I'ntnp .Sherman, liilliciflhe, Ohio.
Eighth Division Ohio, Weat Vir
Camp Dolge, Dm Moines, Iowa.
Thirteenth ll vision Minnesota,
Iowa, Nebraska. North Dakota,
Oiuup Taylor, Louisville, Ky.
Ninth Division liiilinna, Kentucky.
Camp Fmisloii, Fort Uiley, Kan.
Fourleenlli Division Kansas, Mis
Camp (.'runt, Rockford, III.
i raalk i i rl attn mi nois.
Camp Travis, Fori Sain Houston, Tex.
Fifteenth .Division Texaa, Arizona,
Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash.
Slxteeiil h Division Washington,
Montana, Oregon. Idaho, Wyoming,
California, Nevada, Utah.
NATIONAL GUARD CONCENTRA
TION CAMP8 AODRE6S AND
TROOPS AT STATION.
Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, La.
Eighteenth Division Louisiana, Mis
Camp McOlellan, Anniston, Ala.
Eighth Division New Jersey, Vir
ginia, Maryland, Delaware, District
Camp Hancock, Augusta, Oa.
Seventh Division Pennsylvania.
Camp Orcen, Charlotte, N. O.
Fifth Dl vision Maine, New Hamp
shire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Con
necticut, Rhode Island.
CampOody, Dealing, N. M.
Thirteenth Division Minnesota,
i Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota,
! South Dakota.
jOamp Sevier, Greenville, H. Ok
Ninth Division Tennessee, North
Camp Shelby, Hattlesburg. Miss.
Seventeenth Division Indiana, Ken
tucky. 'Camp l .oca 1 1, Houston, Tex,
1 Twelfth Division- Illinois.
Camp Wheeler, Macon, Oa.
Tenth Dl vision Georgia,
Camp Kearney, Linda Vista, OaL
Om mr Ml) Djf Mail
ul Price 16.06
Regulat- Price $5.00
Cnmp Wiiilsworth Spnrtnnbtirg. S. C
Sixth Division New York.
Camp MeArtlrar, Waco. Tex.
Kl-venlh Division Mlrhlgen, Wis
Camp Itowle, Fort Worth, Tex.
Fifteenth Division Texas, Okla
homa. RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING
CAMPS (R. O. T. C.)
Helvolr, . (via Washington, D. C.
Fort P.enjniiiln Harrison, IndlunnpolK
Deon Springs, Tex. (Kxp., Boerno).
Fort Lognn H. Roots, Little Hock. Ark.
(P. O., Argenta, Ark.)
Madison Rnrracks. Snckett Ilnrhor.
Fort McPherson, Oeorgla. (Exp. and
Tel., Atlanta, On.)
Fort Meyer, Virginia, (Exp., Washing
ton, D. C).
Fort Niagara, Youngs-town, N. Y. (Exp.
Lewlston, N. Y.).
Fort Oglethorpe, Dodge, Oa., (Exp.,
Plattshurg Barracks, Plattsburg, N. Y.
Fort Riley, Kansas.
( gan FfHncSCOi rresldlo of, San Fran
j 0lsco. Cal.
, p.ort gtjyjsjBf. Illinois,
! Vort snelllng,' Minnesota (Exp., Men
For convenience of our readers In
addressing members of the aviation
training units we append the follow
ing. The address in Its entirety mny
le modeled on the form given in the
AERO TRAINING STATIONS.
Avla. Nenr Belleville, III. ; Columbus,
,hlo, Wilbur Wright Field; Dayton,
Ohio; Esslngton, Pa.; Hampton. Va.
Lnngley's Field; Mlneoln, (L.I.), N. Y. ;
Mt. Clemens, Mich.. Selfrldge Field;
Pensacoln, Fla. (P. O., Warrington) ;
Rantoul. III.. Chanute Field; San An
tonio, Texas; San Diego, Cal., North
ARMY BALLOON SCHOOL.
Fort Omaha, Nth. (P. O., Tel. nnd
Exp., Omaha, Neb.).
Trv a Nwt Want Ad. Now
SQUIRRELS HAVE WAR CROP
When Green Peanuts Were Given
Them in Madison They Planted
Madison, Wis. The squirrels In the
capltol park evidently knew It was
necessary to grow a wur crop this
year. Last upring someone gave the
squirrels green peanuts not the fine,
hot-roasted peanuts they like. Did
they ent them? Not on your life.
They had been listening to all Unit
flood of oratory that came from the
open legislative windows ubout the ne
cessity of n large war crop; how peo
ple might starve for lack of food, and
the like. So they planted those green
Now Superintendent of Public Prop
erty M. F. Blumcnfeld Is exhibiting
the fine crop of peanuts grown l i the
Capitol park from nuts planted by fnt
QUEEN OF SPAIN AND SON
Queen Victoria of Spain hua been
spending a greut deal of time at the
summer retort of Sardlnero with her
children, who, like all youngsters of
their age, heartily enjoyed the oppor
tunity to romp on the sands, wado
and swlra In the water. The photo
shows her with one of her sons, little
Prince Gonzulo, on the sands. The
young prluce is dressed ready for a
dip. This photo la tbt most recent
tuken of the queen and has just ar
rived in this country. The king of
Spain is often mentioned at a possi
ble peace maker.
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THE RAILROAD'S WORK
IN THE WAR
Wellington, Oct, 7, IM -Aoproxi-m:ely
a.500 carloads of load nnd olher
necessities trt being delivered dully ly
the railruids at the rantourm nts where
1 1 1 e National A-inyand N itio al (.usrds
ire being trained for service abroad
tccording to reports jmt received by the
Railroads' War Hoard, Accutate fig
ures as to t he extent to which the sup
plying of food and necessities for the
soldier at the training camps will in
tensify the transportation problem will
not be available until all of the camps
have received their full quota. The
task which the railroads have been
asked to perform, however, is a difficult
one; It iuvolves the supplying of all the
necessities of life for sixteen nonpro
ductive cities of a population of 40,1100
each and fifty six smaller cities ranging
in population from 3OO to H,o00. Alto
gcther more than a million men gather
ed at the various cootonments must;
have their daily necessities brought to
them by the railroads. As it takes at
least five pounds of food per day for
each soldier, in addition to the food, 1
clothing, fuel and other supplies that
are constantly needed, the lailroads;
have their work cut out for them
' orana unapter ot tne eastern star.
Bro. Russell Walker spent last week Mrs Hea(i is Worihy Matron of Ihe Irv
in Hartford. ; htgtM Chapter
Mrs Jennie Williams, of Cloverport, Mrs Forrest Beauchatnp and children,
was the guest i f htr sLtir, Mrs. Syreua'of Louisville, v sited Mr. and Mrs H J.
J. W. French, who has been ill, is
Mrs. Rachtl Lay, of Westville, O , a
foimer resident, arrivtd Monday auil
will p.ud the winter here.
Miss Bertie Cordrey, of Cloverport,
w.is here Tuesday with a nice line of
Mr. and Mis. A. H. Crawford and
baby left Sunday tor Louisville to make
Miss Leota Wegenest left for Kings
wood last week where she will attend
Kingswood College this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith left Wed
nesday for Milo, Mo , where they will
spend ten days as guests of Mrs. Smith's
brother, L. L. Hall and family.
Shirley Ramsey and cousin, Hubert
Ramsey, who are in training at leffer
souvilla, spent the week end here with
Mrs. O. W. Dowell and sons, Clifford .
ami Otis, visited relatives and friends
in Louisville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Matttngly and
children are guests of relative at Kirk.
Miss Ruth Ramsey, who is teaching
at Raymond, spent the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alraon Ram
sey. V R. Dodson was the guest Sunday
of his mother, Mrs Mary Dodson, at
Mrs Nat Taul, of near Hardinsburg,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Russell
Walker and Rev. Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank IMl tvtu, Mrs.
Nannie Hook and daughter, Miss Alene,
and Miss Linnie Walls motored from
Hardinsburg Sunday, spending the day
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Dix.
Miss Yates, ot Chenault, and Albert
Hardesty, of Oklahoma, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dutschke Tuesday.
W. C. Ci enault left Surd" for Iry.
Prof. H A. Ater, Mrs. Ater and chil
dren, Mrs. O. B. Ferguson and baby
and Miss Henrietta Shively i tended
the. Ashcraft-Ater wedding at Irving
Harry Kemp, who has been in Cali
fornia aud Texas, came Friday to visit
bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp.
Miss Eva B.tsham went to Louisville
last week to take a special course of
study at the Spencerian Business Col
lege. Mrs. W. B Gardner left Sunday fcr
Whitesburg to attend the Grand Chap
ter of U K. S.
W. J. Schopp, Dr. G. E. Shiyely. Dr.
O. B. Ferguson, Sam H. Dix and
Cleveland Hamilton attended a special
meeting of the Masons at Branc twills,
I i,d , Saturday evening.
Mrs. Rugene C inner was the guest of
Mr. S. W. Davie at Mystic Saturday.
A. T. Riard, of Hardinsburg, was in
town Kri lav.
Griver Stewart, of Cannelton, was
the guest Sunday ot his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Stewart.
Quite a crowd from here attended
court at Hirdinsburg Monday.
Mr. and Mis. C. A. Tinius, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B Cashman, Mr. and Mrs. E.
A Smith, Miss Belva J French, O W.
Dowell, P H. Morgan and J. B.Mor
gan composed a motoring party that
visited Linctdn Farm and other places
in that vicinity Sunday.
Willie Cain is home
from a three
months stay in Iowa
Mrs. J. K Bramlette visited her sister,
Miss Minnie Full- nwider. in Branden
burg last week.
J. C. Payne and K. H. Shtllman were
in Louisville, Wednesday, to attend the
Miss Mattie Grace Howe, of Lewis-
port, spent the week end with her sister,
Mrs. Virgil Itrite.
j Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Westerfield, Fords-
ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. M Ilrooks
J Mrs. H n Head left Sunday for
j Whitesburg, where she will attend the
Krebs last week.
Remember I have a line of "Black
Diamond" and Portland cement Wood
Fiber (Master and Lime and I can save
you monev. See me before you buy
J'. D. Ashcraft
Misses Kstlier and Mary filiza Mel
bourne spent the we.-k end at Garfield
Lewis Bennett Moreinen, who is a stu
dent at Russellvil'e, was at home last
week arranging business affairs for his
father, Dr L I Moreinen, who is in the
service of the U S. A.
Mesdames J. T. Jolmsou, John Miles
and M. Brooks were in Louisville last
Members of the Ladies Aid met at the
home of Mrs L. D. Bishoff, Tuesday,
and quilted. Bach member took a bas
ket of food. Mrs. Bishoff helped to pre- I
pare and serve the dinner. Misses An-,
nie and Blanche Mills, of Guston,
Mr. and Mrs A. T Draue entertained
a number of friends at 6 o'clock dinner,
Tuesday. The occasion teing in honor
of their sons first birthday anniversary.
J F Vogel is in Louisville to cousult
A. P. Schindler wants your vote for
marshal of Irviogton. Citizens ticket.
Miss Angie Gibson is teacbiug in the
Cloverport High School for Prof. J. Ral
eigh Meador, who is campaigning.
Hot Blast aud Oak Coal Heaters,
Drum Stoves and Ranges at J. D. Ash
craft's The Ladies of the Baptist church held
their weekly cake and pie s .le at K B.
McGlothlan's store, Saturday
Miss Annie Jennings has accepted a
position iu Louisville.
Mrs L. O. Bishoff was in Louisville,
Bugene Nolan returned to Louisville
Sunday, atter a week's visit with Bdward
Mesdames J. M Rollins, of Union Star
Bernard Lewis, of Amnions; Prof, and
Mrs. Arthur Ater aud children, of Steph
eusport, attended the Ater Ashcraft
Mrs. Nora Board has been made Tick
et Agent - Hubert Lyon having been
called to Cauip Zachary Taylor.
Mr and Mrs Dick Bandy will leave
this week for Redfield, Iowa, where they
Jess Gardner will soon leave for Flori
da for the benefit of his health.
Miss Tula Lockard has been visiting
Mrs. Sam Kasey, at Custer.
Ken Bandy was at the traiu, Saturday,
iu readiness to answer the call to Camp
Zachary Taylor wheu he was notified he
would not have to go until two weeks
How To Decide Where
and When To Buy
A glance through the advertising
columns of this paper should tell you just where to
buy that much needed article. It may be offered at
a saving in this very issue. Or, if not, the next issue
may bring you the bargain you seek.
The question of where to buy is
answered by three words: Read the Advertisements.
They are the messages of responsible, dependable
merchants whose merchandise must be worthy of
And the best time to buy is when
the best bargains are offered, but we recommend the
advertisers in these columns at any time for quality,
price and full value.
later During this time, Ken will sow
wheat and cut corn
The social meeting of the B. Y. P U.
was held with Fd Morrison on Friday
evening. Kveryone present gave a pen
ny for each year they were old. A nice
sum was realized Punch and cake were
Hillard and Willie Biggs, of Louisville
will arrive Friday to visit their parents
Mr and Mrs J. B. Biggs, and attend the
Cole's Hot Blast Heaters maice a big
reduction in your coal bill. See J D.
Ashcraft for further information.
Rev P. H. Ryan, of Shepherdsville,
arrived Saturday to take charge of the
Methodist church. Mrs Ryan and chil
dren will follow later.
Cards have arrived announcing the ar
rival of a son, James Alviu, at the home
of Mr and Mrs. J. A Seybert, Waterloo,
Rev, and Mrs. J. T. Wade have gone
to Princeton to take charge of the M. B.
church. They have been with us four
yea s and we regret very much to give
Roy McCov, of Union Slar WM the
,11,.., ,,., ,) hi8 sister, Mrs. lulius
Sippel, Saturday. He was euroute to
Camp Zachary Taylor, .
Dr and Mrs. W. B. Taylor motored to
Hodgenville for the week end. They
were accompanied home by Miss Lettie
Sturks and B G. Taylor.
C L Winn has been quite busy w
ing our town for electric lights.
Mrs. Morris H. Beard has returned
from a visit to Louisville.
Mr. aud Mrs. Paul Compton are at
home from a stay at French. Lick Spring
and in Louisville.
Mrs. Ed Dillon was taken to Louss
ville last Thursday and was operated ou
at St. Mary and St. Elizabeth's hospital,
Friday morning for appendicitis and gall
Rev M. L. Dyer came up from Clover
port last Tuesday and preached the fune
ral of Mr. Roscoe Bskrhlge, a respected
citizen who had bee u 'para li zed for some
Mrs. Nannie Hook and daughter, Miss
Alliene Hoo', have returned from a visit
to Mr and Mrs. J. O. Hook in Cairo,
IU. .. . . -
Miss Mary Frankliu Beard has return
ed from a visit in Louisville.
Mr, and Mrs. M. I). Beard are at home
from a visit to Mr and Mrs. Benjamin
Robertson ill Louisville. , (
Mr. Albot from the Union National
Bank in Louisville, has accepted a pos
ition with the Bauk of Hardinsburg and
Trust Co He with his family will live
in Dr. W. A. Walker's property.
I Mr. Wave Lewis and daughters, of
Holgate, Ohio, are the guests of his par
ents Mr. ami Mrs. T. C. Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Pal Garner and dauglit-
We can carry the
risk on this high
priced product for
you at small cost.
Can You Afford To?
Fire, Tornado and all class
es of Insurance.
er, Miss Hazel Garner, of Madrid, were
visitors in town Saturday.
Miss Rnth Kincheloe was in Louisville
last week shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Henning hart
been in Louisville visiting their daughter,
Mrs Preston Philips and son, Mr. Vic
Mrs. T.J. Hook went to Louisville to
see her son, Howard Hook, who belongs
to the 159th Infantry, before his depart
ure for Hattiesburg, Miss.
Mrs. Jennie Barton has returned to htr
home in Marion after an extended visit
Mist Addit K. liskridge, of Hodgen
ville, was the guett of her mother last
Mrs. (J urtney Babbagt, of Louisville
has returned to htr home afttr a visit
to relatives hers.
The Hodganvllle Basket ball team
played the B. C. H. S., team her Sat
urday. The score was 6 : 10 in favor o!
the visiting tsam.
Miss Jennie Warfleld has returned to
her home in Cloverport afttr a visit to
Mrs. H. M. Beard and Mr. Beard.
The following motored to Louisville
latt Friday; Rev. J. F. Norman, Mr.
John Akars, Misses Margaret Sneeran
Florence Aksrs, Margaret O'Reilly and
Miss Ruth Chambliss of Cloverport,
was tbt wsek and guest of htr mothtr.
Messrs Harold Smith and Lawrenee
Keun, oMJai field made their usual trio
to town, Sunday.
One Year Dally
and Sunday by ifall
Regular Price 97M