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U.S. AND F IANCE
BEAT ENEMY ON TEN-MILE FtfOfST CAPT. H. G. NEWCOMBE BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT B. SKILLMAN, President- RAY LEWIS HEYSER, Acting Cashier THE BANK OF SECURITY- SERVICE. CONTENTMENT I Huns Forced to Yield More Ground in Sector Northwest of Chateau Ti .orry. FOES' CASUALTIES ARE HEAVY mn- 110- Violent Blows of Germans on the Marn- Arc Repulsed With Heavy Logs to the Invaders U. 3. Marine, Drive Forward. WMMaHam Hm i CasnnltJea In th AfMHrM nyotMttoMrj fore MMbMNi M iii- mi tfepnrtnaeai B MMl Tk were tided si fat low! TMrtjr klih-d in aetana, tea tfeJ of Wound, six of MaMMWi four from Jfjtuk iii icMnta, six by mcMmM and other ''(lilws, :t."i MHWll oiimh'd unil 17 wffHMM toffr wmMotmImA PWta, Jaaa i. Wan peagrata wn il bv HM I'ri'tuli In the. reirlon be- tmmn hV Mame nmi Hm Owrrtj. north west of ChatMM Thierry, the war of- In Ihls mm tor FrotH'li troop- hnve MajMd HMk :iy Ihrniitdi ChMJT to Its ensti'in endBtlrU nnd asm IMVlMtf tin- MHtara - i tr of DmmniH eillnitp. In HM di-lrl't south of Vcitilly In ritlltl tli" Ci'itmins wwh- two vlolont nttnrks ataHg HM lloiirrohos-I.i-fMM front. Tin- enemy MM ! imlMi'd villi hoavy IMN In oiiiTi oust'. Bri'.iph Capture Huns. London. IM I -P.ritMi troop-, tonii prUoimrs uid laaVted re ana trie in raiding iiikI patrol nWtoas nlmuji the northern pan or Hm frnwt ln( night, the war iaHfe BSjWWlt TlM stnto-mi-nt n-ails "Wo captured n trw prisoners last nichl In a MllMtrfW r)M In the ih'I'-'Ii- horhooii of Bulloch. Oar patrol in Meted eaanaltte na thr enentjr In Hl Stni ''lc sector ami Wpttirpd rhlae Rtm "Tim hostile arlillery htl I live north of Albert ami BOUtboeai of Arras." u. s. Marlnat (nuMninq Ahead. Parts, .Tune Ml -American aanrlnea ami 1'reiieh troops nn the -eetor north west of Chateau Thierry have driven (the fill I HM hack two ami a half Anllea on freed of tan mllea I Intrai reports are thai shari Hghtlng eontln- ues. Aleag ii"' nigaon river la Amerh-ans have taken Torey ami I'.ou- lrhrn ami Hm From-h have raptured Veiiillv hi I'olerle anil Vildy. Tie . -Itaadtlen of tin1 advaaelNg line are narked by Boareaea aad Thily, The la Hag MB! of I e iles- pirale eleirueter than on Thursilay lull the ioniums wen' 1'atapfHtll t Hive grawad, HM lanjMtaaaa laariaen and Kreneh helm; too inneh for ilu-ni. fief MM prlsmHera taken mm exceed As a result of the ailvanee I ho enemy has aeeti drirea haefc on Hie river and across It al THUl tie IMI Mange in- a aeaa Ike paalttMta on the hetgfct south of Veuilly which form an important part of the harrier holding lie- Oer mans from a ( loser approach to Pari, Violent Fiflhting West of Reims, fin tie- wrlaa between the Mane- and Holms the Preaca have ramparted the cnptlire of Itliny. lOsewhere on the salient tie- lafaatry Igbtlni has been at a nlBlmam ami nowhere have the Qanaaaa aaaajrrd ttaeka. The artil lery hattW is violent west of ReituK aloag tin- Marne ami mntli M the Oil icq. In reporting on the SgBtlBg north west of Chateau Thlerrg on Thur-ilav. Berlin snys "local attacks hy the en emy were re pulsed." a Arraign ad vaaca near aarcy, hetweea Retma ami the Marne. in which .'tlM prisoners were taken. i reporPal. riailt ll troips on the Flanders salient have Improved tledr positions mair ocie On the Picnnly hartht laid Ararrirar troops took prisoners In a raid. There anil in the Voc re and In Lorraine I he American and Qfjt man artilleries have been active. Fell 35 German Airplanes. Aimlo Savon airmen on Thursday ac ... anled lor K Cerman airplanes and a half danta ohservallon halloons 111 addition to dropping more than 00 tons of hoinhs on targets behind llM enemy Hues. lucreiised activity Is reported from the MaWM front. In iittacks hetween Lake nurdti and the I'htve. Italian and French troops captured more than 70 prisoners A usi ro I lunarlaii troops alleinpled advances on the AsiuKo plateau, only to he Ilea I en hack. At several points itlouu the mountain front eiieiny patrol par Una were re pulsed hy the Italians. German Dead Three Deep. Willi Hm Vmericnii Army in I'lcardy, jhjM io. Tie- Ightiag lasi aigai northwest of Chaleau Thierry rad With meal Herceness lor live hoiira. The Auicrhaiis captured Hoiiresches and entereil Torcy. Twenty live Aim r Icmiis in Torcy N0MfBd i""1 drove out jmt njtHMM ""d then withdrew to the main Hue on II utsklrls of the town. A remarkable story Im told of u coin pauy of murines, ull the ottlcers of which, including the Mergeants. were put oat of the flghting. a onrporal than took command and the meiii .puahed on aad obtalued tbeir ohjec-, Ktra While the loae of the Americana ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits IRVINOTON tnpf. II. i. New cotnhe, whose schoom r. the l-Mwurd 11. Cole, wa sunk oh the New Jersey const hy tin raiding submarine. Is shown us he ap peared soon niter he ran Chad shore. .rter gatMng Ma nrM nraal in ."; hour he started for BnatOB, necessarily h ive been heavy, owlt ? to HM nature of the BgHtfli the Qattngg dead i piled Ihree deep III places. A number of machine enns were iiildxi to tin- American hnatf Raadradi at French children Hnad the main r Iway lo Paril this alter noon over which American and French ambulances were carrying American wounded. The children waved their hands ami cheered the Americana, As far as is known no Americans have been made prisoner by the (Jcr inans. Story of Illinois Soldier. Private John II. Flocken of (llney. III., one of the lirst men to reach Torcy, said today: "I never saw such wonderful spirit. Not one of our fellows hesitated in the face of tlie rain of the njackiaa U'llli tire e.lijeh seemed Impossible to tret through, Rvery Qarwnn seemed in have a machine gaa, They ftMBjll like wildcats, bin the Americans w. re too much for tin-in." Thi' German prisoners taken by the Americans, many of whom were mere hoys, had only been in tha line for two days. Sonic of them wore the white hands of the Prussian irtlurd. The importance of the operations of the Americana on the Marne Rector may he realized when it Is recalled thai only the day before the Ameri cans entered the line the Hermans ad vanced ahoat ten klhaneterm Tha Americana are now hohftag the Paris road near l.a TMolet for ti number of kilometers. Four Nights W UMVt Sleep. Graphic stones uf ins; nlght'a nght Ing were n lated by aoaaiM Ana r lanna todaf , Thej said thai at aaa point the llernMaa rroached behind honidera and opened RK whan the An erieana were within ten leel of them. One man who participated in an encounter nf this kind said: uttotne nf lis had mil slept for four nights, inn we nrarv not tired, Wa o ik a sceom' leave of Ufa ami sprang at i hose (eiiuans unil smot tiered them. 1 never saw so many Machine gaan, our men did not think of them selves. Tiny oid.v thoaglii of getting Fritz." A corporal enptared three tieruuins and was leading them away when twelve others surrendered to him and joined the procession. Madison tiinnnn of BTanarilW, imi., was in Torcy. lie sulci : Wa were not supposed lo go there, bin the men were so enthusiastic they kept on. They would go to Herlln if their commanders would lei them. The only way to stop them Is to kill them. The Hermans cannot make prisoners of us. They tried hard to L'ct some of UN, hut we fooled them. We turned the machine guns on them and took them prisoner." GERMANS TALK OF NEXT WAR Use Phrase in Confidential Inquiry to Charitable Workers, Says Correspondent. London. June in. The '.vcll-lnfortneil correspondent of the Humitnitc on the (ierman-Sw iss frontier snys the Her man authorities have Just sent out n confidential circular which Inillcittes that prepii rat Ions already Hre helnn lllllde for the next in This ottlciHl circular is addressed to the men and women "who have volun tarily and irratuitously placed them selves at the disposal of charltnhb services since and during this war." Fa, li circular Is accompiii.led hy h unction form which Is returnable to th minorities. The principal question Is "Are you prepared to eagjng yourself from now for the same service for iheneM warV SEIZE ALLEGED CZAR JEWELS Stones Worth $350 000 Taken by Fed eral Agents in New York City. Hohoken. V V.. June 1(1. Federal authorities have removed from u sufe deposit vault in Nf' York, leased to the wife of a man ulio'U said to have passed a- an Ann l ii nn ami) lleliti n ant, SttftO.OIIO worth of precious stoues, alleged to he purt of u coiiMlgnmeut of RuaslHU crown Jewel smuggled Into this country. This announcement wit made here when Monteflore Kahn und Vladimir Jorgelxon, chitrged with com plicity In the smuggling, were urralgued before a United states comintaalouet . ad released ou bail. M'ss Nora Ulythe is visiting Mis A tern Withers at Kitk. M. H. Brtaf has gone to Ldwiaaillfl lor several uionth's stay. Mrs. Wlnsett, Oklahoma City and Mrs Cooper, Owensboto have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J F Voyel Messrs John and Jack Harrington. ISramlenburg were in town Saturday. Miss Mabel Wroe arrived home from Martin. Teun . Satutday where she ha been attending school. Tapt. L B, Moreman, Camp Wheel er, Maon. (la., is siiending several days with his family. Members cf the F.astern S;ar order and a number of their fner.ds will go to Sample Wed ties day for an all day's outing. David Herndou, Louisville spent last ant k with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ilerndon Mrs J. F. Vogei entertained at .V'u Thursday afternoou complimentary of Mrs. ft, ii Taylor's twenty seconn birthday. Capt. L. 11. Mrrtmco and tanily motortd to Bracdeoborg for the weik end. H. H Henry, Leitcbfield was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr. D. W. Henry Tuesday. Mrs J. U. Vouncer and Miss Kudora Younger, Lcutsvilie have been tha guesis ol Mr. and Mrs U U. Mc Qlothlaa. WAN TED Woman lor general hOMMWOrk. No Vrnahing. Good pay. - U N. Warren. Hardinshurg. Ky. Misses Man Heron and BllaaPlggoU itndetttl of State Fuiversity are homt t r their i:mmi r v i cat ion. MandaanM Kata Bannatti L B More man and son spent lat week with Mr ,uid Mr,. Earl Bennett in Louisvi.le. Mrs K F. Alexander i visiting Mr and Mr. Tom Kliodcs at Medora. Kev A. Paul Ilagby wiil preach at the Baplisl church the 4th Suoa.ty, It. v lie id is visiting relative n Miss issippi. Miss Maggie Bandy was in Louis ville Thursday and Friday having denial work dene. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson took their son, Hayden Wilson to Louisville Thursday to consult Dr. Wilwnth He has serious hip trouble Mesdames W J. I'ifgott, Fred Brite Miss Klliabcth Cain, Fred Brit and Mr. and Mr. C H Amster were in Louisville last week. Mrs. B. W Carter, Misse Julia i '.i eenwood. Louis and Jeanette Car ter were in Clovtrport last week, where Louise and Jeanette made their lirst C'immunion. Miss Annie May. Wilson is visiting at McQuady. J. M. Herndon spent several days of ast week in Flint, Mich. A number of our cittzins attended the ice cream supper at Ekron Satur dsy oenefit of th Red C'russ Miss Florence Washer of th S !S. ind U. Y. P. U Supt. of the State Board gave an address at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon in interest of tlie B. Y. P D. work Miss Washer was entertained at the home of Ming Nell Marshall. Mrs. J. T. Johnton and Mis France Johnon, Louisville spent tha week end with Mr. and Mrs T. N Mc Glothlan. Rev. P. H. ltyan attended Conference at Upton lait week. Mr. and Mr. A. O. Marshall and children are spendiug several dv with Mr. and Mrs. Jam Witt in Louiville Mis KateChitwood,Louiville put t tie week end with Mis Evelyn King. Louts Waggoner, Moravia visited his parents Sunday. Friends of Mrs Paul Wilson ar glad to know she is improving from injuri sustained in an automobile accident. Mil. Adcie Couniff ha rcived a letter from licr son. Lieut Wui Con gll who arrived safely over there. Saw money bv buying Hardware, Deerinir Binders, Mower, BintUr Twine, Riding and Walking Cultiva tor, all kinds of Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Fteezert, and Vac cum Sweepers, Porch Swing, Auto mobile Tira. Oil, Accorle, Paint Varnlh, Floor Paints, Brushes, Furni ture, and a large line of roon size Rug I can tav you id per cent, ae ui before you buy. J. D. Aat.craft. Subscribe For TheJSfews HARDINSBURO Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dellaven, Mrs VV C. Duvall, Mrs Hobrrt Tower and baby, Mrs W, F Houk nd Miss Ala Heal Hook motored to Louisville Tuesday. Allen K. Kincheloe went to Danville last Wedn sn.iy. Mrs Marcia Mattingiv. Kvansville, lud , i th guest of relative here Miss Llanlt Haswell, .;ruthersvillc, Mo , has arrived here to seud the summer. Luke I! Reeves spct'.t Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Reeves at the Com mercial Hutei. Mr and Mrs. C. V. Kobertscn have returned from Louisville. Mrs ti. D Beard and children have Bone to Louisville for I visit to her father, Ju.lge Wm Ahl. Miss Elnora Robertson, (ilen Denn has ooen the guest of her father. C. V Kobertson and Mrs Robertson Miss E la Ahl has returned to her hnrra in Louisville altera month's visit with relativts and friends M;ss Eula Mallingly. Kirk lias b- eu the guett of her aunt, Mrs. Bella Fitch Lieut. Nat Shell me P. was the guest last week of his parents, .Mr. and Mis. t'.is Shall man WANTED Woman for general housewiirk. No washing. Good pay. R. N. Warren. Harduisbtirg. Ky. Misses Man tSlizebeth, Virginia and Mildred Walker, Hendersoi ail c. N. C. are the guests of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs M. L. Kinchaloa Alfred Taylor has retQratd from Louisville. Mrs. Frt d Webber, Decatur, Ind., is tlie gin st of her graniluiot licr, Mrs. Lizzie McGary. Braes t Mattirgly (ins returned from a visit in Evansvtlle. Dr K. I, Stephenson has returned from Louisville Messrs Coiois and Fioyu Lewis. New Albany have relumed to their home alter a visit to their father, Henry Ltwis and Mrs. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs Tom Macy are at home from a visit to relatives in Mattoon, III. Miss E'o'se Hendrick has accepted a position in Beam's store, Mrs (lal loway haviug resigned Miss Leulah Walls, Louisville ha been tlie guest of ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otoeig Walls. Mrs CundifT and daughter. Mitt Ruth CundilT, Liberty arc the guest of her daughter, Mrs Carrigan and Capt. Carrigan Miss Gaiues. Fordsville has been tha guest of Miss Nell Jones. Little Miss Gertrude Carrigan bag broken her arm Miss Bettie Pile, Custer is th guest of friend in luwn Post Office Inspector, W. E (ireena way , iuspected some of the offices in the county last w ek Mrs. McCubbins and i;randsun, Bay. uard Fox, Stephensport are tne guest of Mrs. W G Haswell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bros-n and baby, Mary Leigh, Woodrow were the Suuday guests of her mother, Mrs A. X Kincheloe. RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM (WITH PEROXIDE) A greaseless cream of snowy whiteness. Delightfully perfumed. A day cream for oily skins. Softens the hard lines of the face. Protects it from sunburns, winds, tana and cold weather. Affords an excellent foundation for applying Amrico Beauty Face Powder. This and more than one hundred other Red Cross Remedies and Toilet preparations sold and guaranteed only by A. K. Fisher, CToverport, Ky. Mrs. 0 Riley Injured. Whilst on her way lo see her husband, Mr. William O'Kilev. who is confined in the Hardiiisburg jail for the killing of CU1 Stinnett, Mrs O'Kilty was thrown from a buggy and had her left arm brok eu, the right wriil strained and perhaps other injuries The accusant occurred in Hardiiisburg, Monday afternoon. Mrs. O'Kiley was in a buggy with her nephew , Raymond O'Conuell, when the horse becuiue frightened anil the occupants were throw out. Mr. O'Conuell received u slight bump on his head. Mrs O'Kiley is being cared for al the home of Mrs James Teatf Try a News Want Ad. Now sxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx WANTED! Everybody to attend the Red Cross Picnic at McQuady Saturday Night, June 15th. 1918 Mr. Merriman will be present to give an illustrated lecture on corn. Other good speakers will be there. Come and have a good time and help a good cause. COMMITTEE: Madame: Will Davis J. M. 0'fifc$T yd the J. R. Neel Chas. Lyons IWJJ.U SM JWiJ UV We are still striving to do our very best to please our customers. We have now on sale a nice line of Dry Goods in Voiles, Lawns, Crepe DeChines, Wash Silks, Linens and a beautiful line of GingharM and Percales. These goods are scarce and awful hard to get. We bought them so they can be sold at great bargains. Our ladies' ready to wear hats, beautiful patterns, will be closed out at Bargain pricing Don't fail to look at them. A nice line of Ladies' Slippers in small sizes, these go at reduced prices. It will pay you to take advantage of all these bargains. A nice line of fruits on hand all the time. Light Bread on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Ice Cream every Saturday. R. W. JONES Glen Dean, Ky. I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. In the good old Summer Time you like to sit under a shady tree or swing in a hammock and do nothing but this summer it behooves us every one to work in order to win the war. And those who work must be cooly and comfortably clad. Summer Clothing for men andJv- in Suits, Shirts, Hats, Socks, Underwear All kinds of white materials and trimmings for ladies and chil dren's dresses. Use News Want Ads for Results 5 J. 1 'laf.