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JNO D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Make your Bank Balance A Toast to the Flag PORT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1918 - EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $15" year; 50c for 4 month: ;.Sc for i months. Biitne. Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion Card- hi Phaiiks. n ; lint s. , liarRcrl for .it the rM Ol 10. per HM Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct, please notify us. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: When jroo hurt nnlihtfl" reading yottf copy Oi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to I triend who is not a subscriber; do IKM throw it away or destroy it. VRMtMBER THE DAYS SDNDfiT WBBJCOESS inrmnr oke meal ATrP-vniV. our. meal ONE MEAL wausass XE535 I FARM AND STOCK. J ijl jsi-J5c ..i.'- .Ti-i MMW .r NNmI Mrs. Frank Mattingly sold Walter HmUu, Tobinsport. Ind.. 6 Duroc pigs for $10 and DM to J. I). Starks for $u The farmers around Garfield have their crop of tobacco neirly all set with a good stand. They are having trouble with tl.eir corn crop on ac count of a bad stand. Tbey have had to replant nearly all their crop W illiam llobbs is out $16 for seed corn and no stand yet. t L. B. Keeves reports a tine crop of wheat in llardin county. Says it is the best all round crop he has seen. He examined MMBC of the crops anil the ntthtl run from y to 11 grains. K. H. Slulltiian 4V Son. L'nion Star. ii- rt .1 nit of -.i acres of sweet clover -eed tor Jojo. They run the clover fi rough threshing machine ;.iid the seedl through a clover huller which cleaned them heautiiully and with very little work. They have 140 acres ol wheat. Ho head of cattle. 200 head oi goats and jo head of sheep. Thejf are expecting a yield of 30 bushels of wheat to the acre olT ol the six aere- that produced the sweet clover Mr George Shellman. the junior member of this firm, is a progressive farmer and uses up-to-date method-. Says that clover- are the foundation for good crops and successful farm ers. The goat- are great -cavenger-and keep all the fields free from un dergrowth and weeds. Seventy-live head of Herefords averaged at Warren T, Mc- Crary's sale. Kentland, Ind.. May 22. This herd is headed by Perfection Fairfax. Twenty bulls brought 84, 575, an average of $4.-'-'H; fifty-five females brought $110,600, an average of $-'.175 H. H. Norton make- a specialty of Hereford- at hi- Web ster Stock Farm. He is building up a nice herd and we hope will MOD have some in the $3,000 class. The hor-e and mule raisers in this county must raise better horses and mule- 11 they want to keep up with the cattle industry of the county. A lot of good mares are needed for foundation -lock. W. J. Owen f& Son. Valley Home Stock Farm. Hardinsburg, Route 1. sold S. ( '. I las craft & Son a tine JO.) pound Poland ChiM boar for founda tion stock. Fanners can now ship butter, eggs, dressed fowl-, vegetables and fruits by mail to an pu-t-olfn e that can be reached in a reasonable time without spoiling They must be packed in crates, boxcaor baskets or any suit able containers. A hogshead of new Hurley sold in Louisville last week for $5 per hundred. Medium and good grades are from $2 to $j higher. Dark leaf it still on thet ppward move ami prices getting belter every week. Fully seventy-riive per cent of the tobacco crop in the county has been set. And but for the shortage of Bjlants the lull crop would have been planted. L. A. Faurest had a splendid sale of Jerseys, May 2ii. Thirty-three head made an average of $148. I'eter Lee Atherton, Louisville, bought the tine bull, Golden Maid's Fern l'rince, for $300. Hortence' Fern (2) went to ( H, Drury, Irvington. K. 1. tor $165. Fanners who want help on their farms should write C. A. Tavebaugh. Federal Director Boys' Working Re serve. I.oui-ville. 4000 boys between the ages of 16 and 21 have regi -tcrcd to help farmers They are t o ;,onng to go to lhe front and want to show their patriotism by helping to rai-e food for the hoys ove there. With The Home Boys in Service. Somewhere in France Dear Home Folks: I will try and drop you a few lines tonight. This leave- me line and dandy and I hope you are the same. I received your last letter today that you wrote me while in Georgia It 1 as been some time on the road. I wonder what you all are doing now. Guess Dad is planting corn Tell him I would like to be there to help him. Mamma. I landed here till seven months to the day I went to ( amp Taylor. Hope you both are doing all right and getting Mong with the work line. Guess Edith is mar ried by now. Sure did surprise me. not knowing they were sweethearts I certainly do want to hear from yoU and all the rest of you people oer there. When you write to me tell me all the news that- going. All the boys are doing all right. Some nice country over here, much better than I expected to tin tl. How are all Mr. James Pate The following letter comes irom I'riv. James I'ate, son of Mr. and Mr-. W'intield l'ate, of Cloverport. and who recently landed overseas Somewhere in France. A. E. F. Dear Mother: Will write you a few lines to let you know I am well and getting along tine. How is every one at home? It seems like a long time since I received a letter from home but I think it will take about twenty days for mail to reach here. You milt write often and 1 will write as much as 1 can. 1 like France fine although it is some different from the States. Well, mother I don't know of any more to write tlii-, time. You write a- often Rl you can. Mail onlv lea'es here OflCf I week and 1 will mail you a letter every week if 1 can. Toll all hello for me. Your s in, .lames l'ate. Private, Coos pan) M. 6th ni American Expeditionary F'orce. the horses looking by now? Well it is getting late and I have lots to do yet, so hail better close, hoping to hear from you all at an early date. Don't be uneasy about me. So by-by. FfOH Print! Johnnie E. Avitt Company M. 6th Infantry, Ameri can Expeditionary Force. Harold Murray in France. Not a native born Cloverporter. but one who spent several years of hi- boyhood here and who is quite well remembered, is Harold M. Mur ray. Mr. Murray is at present a sail or overseas and he writes most in terestingly of the war times costumes in France. In his own words he says; "It is very interesting over here the peo ple, houses and all. The strangest sight to me is to see the girls in bloonari 1 mining street cars, wiping engines, switching, etc. I saw five girls pulling a Hat car by a long rope yesterday. The cars we travel in are the fun niest things not as long as a street Here's to the RED of it, There's not a thread of it No. not a shred of it. In all the spread of it 1'iom foot to head, Bm heroes bled for it. Faced steel and lead for it. Pre ciOlH blood shed for it, BMfcJng iii KED. Here's to the WHITE of it Thrilled by the light of it Wv knows ttic right of t Hut feels the might of it. Through day and night Woman's care of it Made manhood dare for it l'uritv's praver for it Xept it W WHITE. Here's to the BLUE of it 1 learenly view of it Sar spangled hue of it Honesty's due of it Constant and true. Met t'l to the whole of it Start, -tripes and pole of it Here's to the soul of it RED. WHITE and BLUE. John J. Daly. car and divided up into compart ments, ten men to a . compartment. We rode two days and nights that way. All the box cars are very small and are marked 40 men or 8 horses. Car, you imagine riding that way? Nearly Ml of the lower classes wear woodtfl shoes and make the biggest noise, more than the average horse. The children follow along begging cigarettes, tobacco and pennies. I met one girl, a school teacher, who spoke English. About four of us boys and a half-dozen girls in the bench anil we had some fun for a half ho-ir before our train nulled out; we had a Fr ench book, and with her help, we learned MOM French but had more fun trying to trade with the -hop-keepers. getting back change, etc. They treat us fine and are gnd to see us. but all w.yit to know when more are coming. One French Infantryman, when somebody told him that thousands and thousands were coming over weekly, said: "thousands nothing, you had better -end millions and make it soon." Another said the v ar w ould last four more years. 1 saw a bunch of Zouaves. Gee. hut they are big. husky blacks! I u a - talking to one that talked some English He said, 'fight, fight, fight to the finish, death or no Germany!' I'riv. Murray's letter was dated May 10th and mailed from the U. S. Naval Aviation Forces, Panillac, Gir onde. Prance. children spent last Sunday with rela tives at Union Star. Mrs. lCugene Conner was in Cannel ton Thursday. Rev. Jones, Fredonia, Ind., preached an txcellect sermon at the Baplist hareh last Monday evening. H C Ater and daughter, Miss Helen of Irvington were guests of relatives and friends here Saturday. Several from here attended the fun eral service of Mr. John Kiousch tl Rome, led., Friday afternoon Mr-. Mat Bisham of rear New B-thel, is visiting her daughters, MesdaiiKs Tiniu-, Dieokmau and Ste.vart. Mrs. Win Chen.iult and children, Ow'-u-toro spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Titiius, Mrs. Mat B 1 sh n and Mtn Bva May DIeeknaa attended toe ciimnitiictrasit exercises of the IKveusboro high school. Mr Tioiu .' a ice, Mln Nettle Mm Nraer, b.iug UM of tile graduates. Miss Frances Mattingly, Kirk is the j guest of ber brother, Scott Mattingly I awl Mrs. .Matting!). 1 Mrs. V. I). Wcsterfield and little daughter, Owcnsboro are guest-i of Dr. and Mis. G. R. Shively. The Christian church which has not been used for a number of years was sold Saturday at public sale. Mrs. Marcus Jelly, Union Star was the guest ,f Mrs. Richard McAfee, Jr. Saturday and Sunday When you have backache theliver or kid neys are sure to be out of gear. Try San ol, it does wonder! for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convince you.. Oct it at the drug store. GARFIELD M, and Mrs. D. D. Dowell, Hardins burg were here Thuisday and attended services at the Dowell cemetery. Mrs. Sam Corydun and daughter, Basin Spring were here last week shop ping. Jim 11,1!, Nebraska i- visiting rela tives here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cauey, Coustar. tine were iiere Friday. Decoration day was ob-erved at the Dowell cemetery. Preaching in the morning and evening. Tony Bullock of Nebraska is visitiug here. Edward Meador was brought here and buried at the old FYeedom grave yard, Friday, He was 1 he son of Mr. and Mrs. Fairly Meador formely of this place. I,-:, as he was commonly called was a volunteer in the U. S. navy al Kockford, III., having been In the ser vice only five week's. He died of pneu moma at the age of 22 years. On bis grave was placed a U. S. rlag which his grandfather bad made. He is sur vived by a father, mother, elgbt broth ers and sisters. The mother was un able to come od account of serious illness at home. We extend our sym pathy to the bereaved family. STEPHENSPORT Miss Esther Payne, Louisville was the guest of Miss Marian Dix Wednes day. Rev. C. B. Gentry and brother, W. S. Geutry attended the District Confer ence at Hawesvllle last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman tud In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Ken tucky. In the matter of Marshall II. Norton, a Ilaukrupt. On this 7th day of June A. D. I9I8, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 4th day of June, A. D , 191b, it is ordered by the court that a hearing be bad upon the same on the 21st day of September, A. D. I9IH, before said court at Louisville in said district, at In o'clock in the fore noon, or as near thereto as practicable, and thai notice thereof be published oue time in The Hreckenridge News a news paper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not lie grauted WITNESS the Honorable Walter Kvans, Judge of said Court, and the seal theraof, at Owcnsboro In said district, on the 7th day of Juue, A. D., 19IH A. G Ronald, Clerk. M. E. Dunn, D C. Mites Run C C Ahl was in Hardinsburg Thurs day. Mrs. Sallia Miller, Tell City Is visit ing her granddaughter, Mrs. Will Frank. Mrs. 0. W. Henderson and Miss Alice Waggoper were In Cloverport Thursday shopping. Master Lewis Stuart Walker is visit ing bis grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. P. L. Walker. Koy Cbapln and Milton attendtd the ice cream supper at Union Star Satur day night. Little Misses Margaret and Paulina Elder were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elder last week. Misses Edith and Mildred Hendrick on are visiting their uncle, Mr. Frank Wilson and Mrs. Wilson at McQuady. Misses Hassle and Bessie Millar and Kttie Then man who imv been In Louis ville for sometime are expected home Sunday for a two weeks visit to their parents. SJSG . 4 THIS YOUNG COUPLE ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING PILING UP MONEY IN THE BANK. SOME DAY THEY CAN BUY A HOME, SET UP THEIR CHILDREN IN BUSINESS, AND GROW INTO OLD AGE IN HAPPINESS AND COMFORT. 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