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SWEPT ASIDE FOR 3RD LIBERTY LOAN CATHOLICS. PROTESTANTS AND JEWS DESIGNATE APRIL 7 AS LIBERTY LOAN SUNDAY. Of Breckinridge County Fiscal Court. At a Called Meeting Held March 11. 1918. SERMONS FROM ALL PULPITS Patriotism, Loyalty and Duty to Sup port Country in Present Crisis to Be the Them for All Pastors. The churches of metropolitan St. Louis will observe the first Sunday la April a Liberty Loan Sunday. There are about 4U0 parish churched of every faith, Protestant, Human Catholic and Jewish, but no sectarian line will be drawn when It comes to the work for Uncle Sam in crushing once and for all the unfathomable in iquity hi i'russianism. (Jane aH that was necessary was merely to surest April 7 as Liberty Loan Sunday to get the wonderful response that is coming dally into headtju.ii tWI of the Liberty Loan Or ganization. The loyalty of all the efeWSMI is doubly assured in these lespidls M The Church Federation of St. Louis has a War Committee which is work ing out a formal set of suggestions how bt s; each of the 135 churches in the federation may observe the Sun day nearest to the first anniw-rxury of inrlri'i declaration of war wi'.U ( fa -many. The Rev. John W, Macivor, D. U., PMtM Of the Second I'resbyti i i.in t'huich, is chairman of this commit tee. A.-soi iated with him are the Very Itev. Carroll M Davis, dean Of Christ Church Cathedral (Episcopal), and Mr. John B. Ed wards, a lawyer and a Unpiist layman. Archbishop John J. Olennon, who preside.-, over the spiritual destinies ul Mini Human Catholics in the Arch docese ol St. Louis, is heart and soul with the purposes of the United States govern OMl! t, and has informed the Cein ml Committee of the Liberty Loan Organisation that he will be only too glad to do anything and everything he can to aid his country in raising the Third Liberty Loan. The metropolitan has 'JH parishes in i he eity limits of St. Louis and 145 other pajriahea in the rural territory from which St. Louis obtains its staff of life in more senses than one. Tha JawUh community of St. Louis is au important one, comprising about 5u,U00 souls, according to a conserva tive est,iii.ii e. Both the orthodox and the rclornied arlajga of Judaism are .n-ii-nsely loyal to their country. Thi lr rabbis will do eerytlung in their power lo enlist I he active MBBOft of their religious iollowers in the Third J. .belly Loan. Each of ihe great religious sects will, of course, have their own pe culiar taod of approach lo the great task, but there is going to be a most Maltnj and friendly rivalry imaginable between them for tile honor of doing the most by Use If be loved President. The St. Louis plan is to utilize every pul;iit, every church bulletin, every leligious chai.nel of communication, every di noiair.aiional organ, of what evi r name or circulation, in the com mon IftbOf ol raising I he necessary lunt..- to i Mtaia our soldiers and sail o:s. wherever tiny are. D..ub'li. tall plan will be exten sively followed in all tlie c hurch con fers ol lafl IMsM throughout the Eighth raderal Ui serve District. At .1 railed term of the Urn kinrld(fc County Fiscal Court called and held in and for Breckinridge County at tha Court House in Hardinsburg, Kjr., on Monday March it, IMS, for the pur pose of considering the question of whether or not said court should call a special election as provided by Chapter 2 of the acts of the extraordinary see sion of Itt) acts of the General assemb ly of Ksntucky to submit the question of voting an additional road tax of 20 cents oa the (IO(i) dollars and for a period not to exceed 10 years; to the voters of Breckinridge County and such other business ss may regularly come before it Present: Hon S B. Payne, presiding Judge of the Breckinridge County Court and the following named Justice of the Peace: Esq. I). C. Heron, H. H. McCov. J. Mi Howard, Abe Bennett, J J. Keenan and I ' K. Rohbina. On a motion duly made by l.sq D. C. Heron seconded by J. M. Howard that a special election be called anil held in Breckinridge County Kentucky for the purpose of kulimittirg lo the voters the question of voting a tax of JO eenta on the 100onall property subj et by law to ! c.ii taxation tinier l"Ta of ti e constitution for a period of ten year j books may be borrowed from the Ken and it Is provided that no amount of tucky Library Commission for vour money in auy one year in excess of the, community, vour club, oriour school? amount that can be raised by the levy The collection may be retained f5r six during that year shall be expended in I months and the only cost to ycu is In Ekron the guest of her parents, Mr. I and Mrs. Jim Fouche There was ro preaching here Sunday on account of Bro. Ityan helni; in a series of meetings at the M E chuch of Irvlngton Geo. E Hhrlltnan, Jr , Union Star was in our midst Saturday. Mrs. Amos Slpes and son, Chas Slpes spent 'i'hursday In Irvlngton the guest of Miss Kthelbcrt Thomas whom we are sorry to say is very ill. A. W. Foots and family have Liberty measeles David Hardaway has returned home after a visit to Brandenburg. Miss Bertha Foote continues her vis it in Brandenburg the guest of hsr sister. Mrs John Buchsr and Mr. Bucher. Mrs. Joe Bandy spent Monday night , with her father, B Neafu whohaaj been very ill of pneumonia hut is some bstter. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carllle are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a daughter March .'10. Robert Cain leaves Monday to report for duty in the Navy he will be sent to Newport, N J. Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Epperson, Hill Gro-e spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Dowel:. S WILSON bTgT0ReT Glen Dean, Kentucky Free Books Furnished by the State. Do you know that a group of 50 I I I Getting in a Big Line of Spring Dress Goods Beautiful Patterns of New Calicoes. Ginghams, Percales, Silks and Suitings This line shows an assortment equal to any found in the big city department stores. No use for you to go away from home to do your shopping. Do it at home save money and time. Our line is complete in all departments. We huy your produce and give you market price either in tride or cash. 2,000 dozen eggs hought and sold last week hesides c'her produce. We huy anything you have to sell. Ours is the store that gives you service and fair treatment why not trade with us and help win the war? J. R. WILSON. Glen Dean. Ky. VIRILE MESSAGE FROM blSHuP 0. b. TUTTLE Ci cur.it .-J Episcopalian Makes Strong Plea for His Country. that year Said election so cailed is to be held on Saturday April 1 y I H The Sheriff of Breckinridge County is hertby authorized and direct) d tc advertise the time, and purpose of the election and the amount of the tax to be levied each year in a paper publish ed in Breckinridge County for at lest J0 days next before the holding of said election. Tne said election shall be conducted and held by the same officers of elfC tion who held the last Novemoer regu lar election, and the election shall be held and the returns shall be made in the same manner as is provided by law for the regular election. The question to be submitted to the people, shall be: (I) "A'c you for a property taxcf 2o certs on each iot worth cf property la the county to be levied each ear for 10 years, f r the purpose of constructing the roads of t he County?" With the words "YES" and "No" following said question wiih the smill square liter each of said words. Vote in order : First District Yea Second District Yta Third District Yea Fourth I listrtct Yea Fifth District Yea Sixth District Yea I Tne vote resuitmg In 6 yea vote? and no nays and being uramiinous it is therefore made thi order of this court I On motion duly made by C. K Rob j bins and seconded by D C Heron and 'carried, it is ordered that the check of ' I3HI.O4 received from the state anil tnat the Treasurer piy the outstanding i.otes which were executed lor borrow fd money for the construction of the BerdlaeeMrg ii Ua' field I'ike. It is ordered by the court that the Magistrates be and are hereby allnwnl their per Diem: Ksquire D. C. Heron I d.iv 19 P0; ICsquire H. II. McCoy 1 day .i (ID; Ksi.uire .1 M . Howara 1 day IB V Ksquire Abe Bennett 1 day , i'0; Esquire J. J. Keen in I day IB 00; E q uire C K Kobhins 1 day 3.00 On motion duiy made arc! seconded and carried that court adj mm s. ii Paine, J B C transportation. If yoj want material on a special subject, a bock or small group of books may be borrowed for thirty days. The only expense to you will be parcel post charges. Write to the Kentucky Library Commission. Frankfort for full information. Two New Ones. Garfield, Ky. Mar. io. l'.H8. Editor Hreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Eiclosed is money order for frl.50. I'lease sood the Hreckenridge News for six months to the following addresses V W Smith, and Dr J. A Sandliach, Gaifiild, Ky. GARFIELD. A leeiagi by Bishop Daniel syl venter Ti.lt le ot Mi.sMiuri always com mands national alteaV.ioii. He is pro siding bi.-hop ol the episcopal Church. He bah been bishop lui more than il yam ami a all rgjrman for aearty 00 years 11. CQsBN of Revolutionary -tuck and i president ol the Missouri Sons of the Revolution. Though in his eighty-second year, the venerable bi. hop Is aj vigorous and a atari a B4 ever wan, a veri table watchman on the lower of bis country. When he learned of the great Libert) Loan drive to begin April 6, bishop TMUa wrote in an autograph letter the following virile message: Fellow Americans: All that we are in good will and strong nerve and all that we have of spare means should be at the service of our country, now that she is in a determined struggle for her own safety and for Interna tional rights and for freedom and jue tice and fair play for all the world. "It's a time when, under the colors, and through Liberty Loane, and on the firing line, we should cry aloud with Shakespeare's Wolaey: " 'Let all the ends thou aim'st at ba thy country's, thy God's and truths."! The picturesque ecclesluHtlc will in every way possible lend his voice and band to see the Liberty Loan through BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. Gilbert Kasey spent Wednesday "He that tooteth not Ins own horn the same .-.hall not be tooted." Clive Bruner, Metroplis, III., came .Monday to be with his father, A. A Bruner who is very sick Dr Sar.dbach was in Irvington Wedresc ay. Miss Xancy Glasscock was in Louis villi- last week delivering government Muring. Mrs Jess BrUMr is very sick. Mrs. T. T. Pierce New York is visit ing her sister-in-law, Mrs. Dallas llruner. Miss A-itia Mildred Smith spent the week end in Louisville. Mle Julia Biowu, Wuodrow is visit ing relatives here. Misses Mav Pile and Bessie U. Weal herford of Hatneii spent Thurs day with Miss Nannie Boaid. Dr. Sandbach sold a horse to Morris Carman t f Woodrow last week. Mesdames Alvah Heaucliamp, V. W. Sunt!: and Miss Uelle Mattingly spent Friday with Mrs. Lannie Pool. j Mrs. K. A. Coleman ot Hrandeubuig spent taster with her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Horsley nod Mr Horsley. Mrs. Herbert Kipp of Louisville has been visiting her si-ter, Mrs. Dallas llroner. Mrs. J. A. Sandbach spent several days of last week iu McQuady. J. D. Potts was iu Hardinsburg Monday. D. H Smith, J. W Jones and V. B Matt'ugly were in Louisville last week. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given to the voters of Breckenridge county, Kentucky, that a epecial e ret lea will be held in said county on Saturday, April 20th, 1!H8, between the hours of 6 A. M. and I P, M. for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters as to whether or not thev are in favor of the levy of a special tax for building and construct ing permanent roads in Breckinridge! county, of 2 cents on the one hundred ($100) dollars worth of taxable prop erty, which Is subject t J local taxation annually for a period of ten (III) year?, I as provided in Chapter 2 of the acts of the Special Session of the Keutucky Legislature in I9I7 Said election to be held and conduct ed by the officers of electirn who held the regular election in November. I9I". Done by order at a special term of the Breckinridge Fiscal Court held at the Court House in Hardinsburg Mon day, March 11th, I9IS Witness my hand as Sheriff of Breck inridge county this March 12th, I9I8. J. B. Carman, Sheriff Breckinridge county, Ky Haul Compton and family and Mrs Rueaell Cowpaoa moto ed out from Hardinsburg Friday afternoon and! called on Mr. and Mrs Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Ova Cray and Mes dames Dallas Bruner, T. T. Pierce and Herbert Kipp motored to Louisville Tuesday. V. W. Smith attended the school trustee's meeting Saturday at Custer. Miss Nannie Board was the guest of Mrs Herbert Horsli y Wednesday. Gilbert Lons anil sister, Jacie Lyons spen; Friday with their sister, A'rs. Ova Gray. 0. W. Barnes has improved his place by new fences and everything nicaly white warshed. Let's have a "white towr." by everybody following suit. Andrew Squii es an relatives lu Luster Mr. and IVUs. children visittd Saturday. Jim Kura Hayes and little daughtir of Hosttta were here Thursday. J, H. Mori dock was called to see his sister, Mrs Nsncy Bandy who is seriously ill at her home uear Irving-ton. From New York. Brooklyn, N. Y , Mar. 16, I9I8 Mr. liabbage: Knclosed please money order for one dollar and Dear find fifty A Liberty Bond buyer becomes a real fighting soldier for Uncle 8am. ins Because Because She's adapted to profitable production on every farm in the United States She's essential to more than fifty per cent of the profitable beef feeding operations. She's an Indispensable asset to profit able and progressive farming in America. She's furnishing feed for our eoldlera, as well as those pf our allies, that they may be able to fight our battlea for ua. She's the American farmers' salva tion. We produce the best hog feed ever offered for sale, which we are selling at a nominal prloe. Glenmore Distilleries Company INCORPORATED OWENSBORO. KENTUCKY -Let us show you real ACCELERATION We want to show you how eagerly a Studebaker responds to your will. How it will roll gently along on high at three or four miles an hour, and in a few seconds be fairly flying over the ground. And you don't "step on her tail" to do it. A gentle pressure on the accelerator and the car begins to gather speed quietly, smoothly. There's no sudden jump or jerk. This is due to the wonderful Studebaker motor, whose performance under service conditions is well worth your knowing. Let us know when we may have the pleasure of a demonstration. The powerful Studebaker Motor is so sparing of gas that its economy is a constant source of pride to Studebaker owners. F. C. ENGLISH, Dealer Cloverport, :: Kentucky FARM WAGONS We Have Them, Ready to Ship, Quality Right, Prices Right. We have a large stock of Columbus and Owensboro Wagons and can save you money. We have a large shipment of John Deere Farming Implements Including John Deere Wagons and we can furnish you these wagons at attractive prices. Write today, we can save ou money FORDSVILLL PLANING MILL COMPANY 1 ni-orpumtt'il JAKE WILSON, Manager F0R0SVILLE, KY. ( 1 SO) cents for one year's subscription tu the Hreckenri(l( News. Wishing you uud your paper every success. Yours Kiucerely, Mrs. C. M. Beardsley. I413 Cortelyni Koad. Week End Visitor Returns Home Mrs. Walter Graham, Louisville was the week end guest of Mrs. Henry May. She was accompanied home by Mrs Price Graham who will visit her for a while.