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"She Breckenridge News.
SONBSDAY, Afk. .1, 191H Bntcrrd at the Post offline at Olorerport. K second class matter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ' ADVERTISING BY THE ; 1 'J- OFNFRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFS ItTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct ami city Offices f 3. SO For County Offices $6.00 For State anrt District Offices $ lft.M For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line 10 For All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L R'y. Effective February 10, 1918. kast BOUND No. 142 wlllleiivo Clovirport ;!! A. M. Arrlvlrtf Irvtrtirton fi " A. M. Arrlvinr lml-vIHe lf:W P. M. Mo. hi win leave CloTcrport rtj J H. Arrlvlrc Irrlneton J:nn P. M . Arrlvlnir l.nulstlllp 7:.... P.M. Ho. I4wlll leaveClnvernort r,;., A V. Arrlvlnir Irving-ton IkO- A. V Arrlvlni Louisville. . m A. M. No. 141 leaves Henderson 4:00 . M. Arrl.fS Owensboro a:00 '. J- Arrives Shops :20 P. M. WKST BOTTND No. 141 will leave Cloverport A. JJ. Arriving Owenstmro 12:011 I'. M. Arriving Henderson Mm P. H' Arrlvlne Kvansvllle 1:53 1'. M. Arriving St. Louis ..40P.M. No. 143 will leave Cloverport :40 P. M. Arriving Hiiwesvllle . :0j P. M. Arriving Owe nsboro ":' I . M. No. 145 will leave Cloverport II f. JJ. Arriving Owensboro 12:4. A. M. Arriving Henderson I Ma. M. Arriving Evunsvllte 2:07 A.M. Arriving St. Louis 7:WA.M. No. 147 will leave Shops 7:00 A. M. Arriving Owenshoro S:K.A. M. Arriving Henderson 9:' A. M. Hiiimimii 1 rmmi iimiimimimiii mmmii iwiimimmit I LOCAL ITEMS. 111 1 iiMiiimMiiiimiiiiimimiiiMiiiitii "" ! Of a Personal and Business 1 Nature Gathered for Our Busy I Readers. : : : : : : : Min iiMHMii mum 1 mil iniiiiiiiiiimi 1111 1111"' Mrs. I,. T. Reid went to Henderson Thursday. Mrs. Clyde Morrison was in Louisville Thursday Hkm Louise Nicholas is in Kvausville visiting relatives Jasper Ntwbautr, Louisville spent Easter in this city. Sirs. Win. Hoffious returned from Evansville Saturday. Mrs. Hoffious liehen was in Louisville Wednesday shopping. Mrs. G. R McCoy will be hostess to the Wednesday club this week. Nugent Graham was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Clvde Morrison Kaster. Alviu Pate, Evansville spent a few days last visiting his former home. Miss Grace Pauley spent Easter in Owensboro with Miss Marie Davis. Mrs. Fred Whitehouse is in Henderson the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jno. Oabe. Mrs. G. W. Payne went to Louisville Monday to visit her son, Go. don Payne Homer Taul, Hardinslurg Route 3 made a business trip Saturday to this city. Miss Jeanuette Burn entertains the Friday club this week on Friday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hritton and Miss Eva Wroe were in Louisville Saturday shopping. Mrs. F. M. Smith will be hostess to the Ladies Reading club Thursday afternoon. Miss Carrie Tucker returned from a visit in Louisville to Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Newbauer. Mrs. Leslie Flank and children, Louiville are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 1'ur.i. Mrs. John Ross was the guest of Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain in Irviugton Thursday and Friday. Mrs Fred I). Ferry, Louisville was the guest of Mrs. A. A. Simons Wed nesday and Thursday. Mrs. David B. Phelps and daughter, Miss Katherine Phelps were in Louis ville Monday and Tuesday. Miss Lucile Hardin and Mr. Leslie Baird, Holt were here Saturday spending the day with Miss Mary McGavock. Mrs. Joe Morrison gave a birthday party Saturday afternoon in honor of her Time, Please? might be asked of you ten times a day, yet you could not give the correct time unless your watch is working satisfactory. See Thos. Ode wait Railroad Witch Inspector Clmrpiri, If. Mall OrUtrt Kscslvs Prompt Attention. Up-tothe-Minute Hats! Styles that are just as good after Faster as before can he found in my stock. These hats are the MW pokf droop brim, flare hats and sailors, faced in the new colors of crepe, trim med with the new lacquer ed flowers and ribbons. Miss Evelyn Hicks Milliner Cloverport and Stephenspnrt . Kentucky gnadtMi William Butcher, I.ewisport. S L Hook and I L. Hook, Hardins burg were here Tuesday on business. Forprices on OWKN'SBORO. COI.1M- I'.l'S, Md JOHN DBBRR Farm Wagons write Fordsville Plaining Co , Fonlsville Ky. Wanted A paste boy willing to learn paper-hanging. Can also use I gocd paper.hangeroii straight work. ICdwarel Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis and Mrs Chas Lyons returned to their home in McQuady Thursday after a short stay in Louisville. "Large shipment of Hog and Cattle Barbed Wire just received. Order at once. FOKDSY1LLK PLANING MILL COMPANY, Fonlsville. Ky. Jno. D Babbage, Sr., was in Louisville Monday to attend a Liberty Loan meet ing of the editors of the Htli, Federal District, held at the Seelbach. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Worden spent Ivister in New Albany with tlu-ir daugh ter, Mrs. John Kirkham ami Mr. Kirk ham ami their son, Frank Smith Mrs J. H. Row! A4d was in Branden burg Monday to see Miss Anna Fdmou son who is quite ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. Robert Fenwick and Mr Fen wick. Miss Dorothy Rowland and W. J. PiggOtt) Jr. motored to Irvington Sunday afternoon to be the guests of Mr. Pig gott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott, Sr. Mrs Harry Newsom and .laughter, Miss Margaret Newson are at St. Peters burg, Fla., visiting Mrs Newsom's mother, Mrs Jno C. Jarlioe and Miss Irene Jarboe Mr. and Mrs. Cleon B. White and Mrs. K. B. White of Boston, Ma.is., Mrs Taylor Beard and Mrs. Herbert l eard of Hardinsburg were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage Friday. Mrs. F. S. Minier, Highland, Kans., who has been in Owensboro visiting her brother, Mr. Wm. Barrett and Mrs Barrett arrived in Cloverport to spend Thursday with her niece, Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and Mr. Severs. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson and four children and Mr. and Mrs. Mike. Flood and son motored to Canneltou Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs Golan Wethington. From there they went to Tell City before returning home HILL ITEMS A saimons length is not its strength. It may be very much its weakness. In this case brevity is a virtue. It is a pity to weary the head when we should weary the heart. Some divines are long in their sermons because they are short in their studies. Spurgeon. Mrs. Tom Crenshaw, Battle Creek, Mich., came to this city Wednesday enroute to the country home of her father's Samuel Beavin for an indefinite stay as her husband, Sergt. Crenshaw has gone to New Jersey to joiu his regiment. Mr. Zach Burdett has moved to Kockport where he will reside for the present. Charles Bledsoe has moved Into the house vacated by Mr. Buruett. Steve Wilson and Harland Dunn went to McJuady last week to superin tend the erection of a stone at the grave of Mr. Dunn's father. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Campbell announce the arrival of a 10 pound boy at their home Wednesday morning Mar. 2j. Mrs. Lucy Pate who has been in Evansville with her grand-children at the home of their father, Luther I 'ate has returned home. Mrs. Adelia Blythe who spent the winter in Lcvington with her son, Thos. Blythe Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Blythe. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ray and son, Fred THE GREAT WAR HAS MADE CIGARETTES A NECESSITY. "Our boys must have their smokes. Send them cigarettes!" This is a familiar appeal now to all of us. Among those most in demand Is the now famous "toasted" cigarette LUCKY iTRIKE. Thousands of this favorite brand have been shipped to France. There is something home like and friendly to the boys in the ci.qht of the familiar green packages with the red circle. This homelike, appetizing quality of the LUCKY STPIKE cigarette is largely due to the fact that the Burley tobacco used In making it has been toasted. "It's toasted" was the "slo pan" that made a great success of LUCKY STRIKE in less than a year. Now the American Tobacco Co. i3 making 15 million LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes a day. A good part of this immense pro duction is making its way across the vntcr to cheer our boys. Ray and Miss I e 1 1 1 n h I'ate spent Man day In Krtnaboro. Bernle Teaff of Hartllfiabarg spent Sunday the guest of Victor Beavin and brother Mrs Jesse Miller has gone to Hard insburg to be with her sister, Mrs. Cal Hendrick who It critically III Miss Agnes Htavin of I'isgah was in this city Saturday to see her uncle, S'mon Beavin from here she went lo Holt to see her sister, Mrs John 'alker Frank Dunn, I, itiisvil'e was the week ml guest of Mrs Mary Dunn and her son, Maria ml Dunfl Hardirsburtf. Ky. Mar. '-5. A num ber of retail grccers, hotel proprietors, rcsturants proprietors, and bakers of this county have failed to give me written statements as requested some few days ago through the columns of this paper. This must be attended to without further delay which will pre vent all unnecessary embarrassment Also there has come to my attention that a few merchants of this county are failing to abide by the rules and regulations 0! the Food Administration Also in a few localities there has been a considerable amount of wheat Hour hoarded. I'nless these practices arc inmeiliately discontinued I will be forced to use drastic maasures to pre vent a repitition of such offences Is vestigation ii now under way against those that have bceu reported. I 'lease realize that it is important that every citizen of Breckinridge County give their true American cooperation in this work. Respectfully, R K'. Compton, Federal Food Adm'r for Breck Co Ky. Directors Woman's Division of Liberty Loan. InriagtM, April I (Special) The organization for the Woman's Division of the Liberty Loan of llreckinridne county is now complete. The name and address of the different directors is as follows: Mrs. K. It Mc Glothan, County Chairman, Irvington; Mi.s Margaret Coniff, Director of l'uhli city, Irvington: Mrs, J. t, Vogti, Dis tributor of supplies, Irvington; Mrs. Marvin Heard, Director of Sales, Hard insburg; Mrs. M. II Kincheloe, Director of Spearkess, Hardinsburg; Miss Katie liskridge, I'recinct Director, Hardins burg. With Home Boys in Service. l'aul Lewis, Camp Zachary Taylor arrived home Friday evening on his first furlough for a visit to his parents, Mr Are You Prosperous? Are you riding on a pros perity wave? If you are, lay aside tome of your prof tie now. Deposit your surplus cash in bank. There have been thousands of new bank accounts opened in the oast six months. Are you one of the new de positors? See us toaay about your banking. We'll be only too glad to explain our methods. FARMERS BANK, Announcement. For Appellate Judge We are authorized to announce the name of J. W. Ilensotj as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Ap pellate Judge from the Second District, tn the primary, August, 1 1 I fs . We are authorized to announce Judge W. K Settle as a candidate for re nomimition for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Second District, sub ject to the August, till, primary. Classified advertisements! RATE Ic Per Word Each Insertion X NoTKAdvertlsers please notify the editor wtieayoa warn tdvertMeiaeat discontinued WANTED W A NTBO A Cfoppvfl m trrlril man ir'- ferred, wife of daughter to ao bouse work 1 . V. H. million. Amnions. Ky. WAN I'M) A baud for IMMraJ (Mm work Win hntiM and p;iv rood wages. h. A. w btt thmiiiil. (iirn man, ky. WANTED. A man and boy to crop. J. r Dutachka, Ho 1, Ky. VOTI fOI HKT VF.H ROAD?. APRIL 30. FOR SALE FOR IALI i-iv,. tons of fllofer bay, I'm mi right 1 absolute' idir ol dust 11. s. English, a tarn on s. Ky l' 'It SA I.K - Inr SOW :i nil DlRS ind I WO SOWS to furrow in April.- iw, u Mays Addison, Ky, yOH BALI Bmden koOM (l'ks. :.'. cents sea. lira. Taylor Beard. Hardlurary, Ky. WANTED TO BUY WANTK"- To buy ROOd work Ihtm or mure T. 1. HtMlefion A: Mon, WttMHT, Ky WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WANTED You to niuke Xln money by rtntlnu 1 1 kit ft (MFC room or your Vtcitnl housf bv runnlim ;t Wiict Ad. in Ta B B RE CK ENfif DUE NEWS, Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located permanentlv in Hardin'b'.'rR, OCCapylag office receDtly vacated by Dr. Walker. Henry Trent II. W. Trent IP.'L. Davis I 1: Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. I . tl, ii) ?SS; --r-J. JSSSS-iSS.. and Mrs James Lewis. Since entering Camp, l'aul has acheived the rank of Corporal and he has developed into a fine looking Soldier On Sunday Mr. and Mrs Lewis gave a dinner In honor of their son and their guests were: Miss Ray Lewis Heyser, Miss BUitfa Hum, Mr Wilbur Chapin, Mr. Claude Mercer, Hardinsbuig anil Miss Ruth O'Brien and Mr. O'Brien, Tobinsport. 000 Miss Margaret Ashby received a card frmn her brother, Corp. Sterret Ashby, Camp Zachary Taylor saying that he w,tli ;i5 other boys were leaving Saturday for Canip Devier, Oreenvilie, S. C. 000 Henry Dellaven Moorman has sailed for France according to a message re ceived last week by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moorman. 000 Mr. Dave Logsdon has received a soldiers mailing card from his son, Chris Logsdon which reads. "I have arrived Sifely over-seas " Hardinsburg, Ky. With clocks set an hour ahead to save daylight, you will find ill ready to show you A Nice, New Line of Spring Dress Goods Serges, Silk Taffeta, Messaline, Foulards Poplins-Silk and Mercerized White Goods-Flaxons. Batistes. Voiles. Dimities. Lawns AND LOTS OF NEW THINGS I J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Evcpytlnlnflf in BUILDING MATERIAL Flooring, Ceiling, Wcatherboarding, Finish, Building Hardware, Window (ilass. Cement, Laths, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Pumps, Electric Supplies, Paints, Oil, Grease, Roofing AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES Gasoline Filling Station Quick Tire Service Free Air MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Guaranteed 90 Per Cent or Better on Germination Test Seed Corn The Seed Corn situation is too critical to take chances with untested or non-iriiaran-teed seed. Protect yourself by ordering this ityrtVjprowiBff, uevy producing Seed Corn, now. Price Per Bushel In Ear, $10.00; Shelled $8.00 f. o. b. Shipping Point Subect lo change without notice This Seed Corn will mature in '.( to 110 days. Owing to limit uanties and con gested condition of shipping, cash must accompany order. PtMf vour order at once. Kentucky Seed Box 51 First National Reference' VRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS POSITIONS All young men and young; women desirous of advancement should write for the Catalogue and Booklet of the SPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, SPEED BUILDING (Norta si the Psst Utile LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ADVANCEMENT Young man, do you know that your employer will take a personal interest in you when he UtfM that you are saving some of your pay? Start a hank account with us and you'll soon be getting ahead in the world. Money means oppor tunity for you. FIRST STATE BANK, w. J. I'luuoTT. PmMmM J. M liBtt.NOO.N, Vie--1'r.sldeot Kentucky I Corn Company HOPHINSV1LLE. KY. Bank. Hi Kr. Irvington, Ky. J. C. I V . tSMMSm J. I). LYltDAN. Akkl. I'uslnvr