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I r No' V . "THE KAISER'S TALK TO HELL' (By W E Curry ) Thr Kaisii ctlll the devil up On the telephone "i"' daj The gii I it cfit' tl listened i" All thrv h id i" MJ "Hell," she heard thr Kaiser's voice, "Is old man Satan home? Just tell him it is Kaiser Hill That w. nits him on the phone." The Devil Mid "Hello" t Hill And Hill Mid, "How arc you? I'm ruiinini here a Hell on Earth, So tell me what to do." "What can I do? the Devil said. "My dear old Kaiset Kill? II there's a thiiiK tl'at I CM do To help you sure I will." The Kaiser said, "Now, liiten, And J will try to tell The way that I am mining On Karth I modern Hell My army went thioiiKli I'clgium. Shooting women and children down, W'c tore iif all her country. And Men up all her towns My Zepps dropped homhs on cities. Killing both the oM and young. And those the ZipptHni ilidn't Ret Were taken out and hung. I started out tor Pari, With the aid of poisonous gas. The Belgians, darn 'em. stopped us. And would not let us pass My Suhinarines are Devils. Why. you should -ec them tight! They go sneaking through the sea. And sink I ship at light. I was running things to suit inc. Till a year or so ago, When a man called Woodrovv Wilson Wrote me to go more slow. He said to me, 'Dear William, We don't want to make you sore. So be sure to tell your U-boats To sink our ship- no more. We have told you for the last time. So. Dear Kill, it's up to you. And if you do not -top it, You have got to fight US, too I did not Ii -ten to him. And he's, coming after me. With a million Yankee Soldier From their home.- across the -ea WILLS PROBATED That of John M. Shellman and PRODUCTION AND PROFITEERING. Mr Hoover's letter to Senator Sim molls with resort t to price i i nula Lucy S. KlirtZ in the BrCCk- lion again illustrates the sound judg Now. that's For I want irhy I called yon, trice from von, 1 knew thai yon wo Ju-t what I ought ti ild tell m d..." William. me to "My dear old Kaiac Tiu re'.- not much I For the N ink - will make T'ran I can for yon In 1 tell tell hot I've been a mean old 1 c it, I5ut not ball so mean a ou, And the minute thai yon get here I will give my job to you. I'll b 1 i I mt v otning, And I'll keep the lire- ;. bright. And I'll bare yonr room all reads When the Yank- begin to fight F'or the Boys in Bloc will get you: 1 have nothing more to tell. Han;; up plume and get JOUI hat, And meet IMC lire inridge County Court, Mon day. June 24. The will of John M. Shell man. de ceased, was prohated in tile ( ounty Court. Monday. June -4. The will contained the following: He be queathed all of his real estate to his wife, I.ctitia Jane Sbelliiian during her lifetime. To his son. L, K. Shell man and daughter. Mary I dell Shell man, daughter-in-law. I.ula erdelia Shellinan and grand-daughters. Ruby I dell Shellman ami Susan F.va Shell inan. to have a home at bis place so long as they remain unmarried. "My cash, alter my Mineral expen ses and tomb are paid for. to he divid ed eipially among L F. Shellinan. Marv Idell Shellman, Susan Carrie Flder and the blood heirs of my son. Wm K. Shellman. deceased, who arc the infants. Ruby Idell Shellman and Susan F.va Shellman. Stock to he left at home; Carrie Filler's part $l"i to he made from estate If j son. I.. F. Shellman. in whom I have implicit coinidcncc. I name as executor of this will without hond. The part of my real estate and per sonal propertv that shall go to Ruby and Susan Shellman. daughters of my deceased son. Wm R. Shelliiiau. I de sire that it he held intact until MO are of age and pra the court to ap point my son. L F Shellman. as their guardian. UpOl the death of my wife. I de sire that Bay lands he divided, com mencing at the Gross-Howard line, lot or parcel No, 1. to L. K. Shciw man: .no. : to Mary Idell Micllman; No. :: to Susan Carrie Flder; Xo I to my grand-daughters, children of Wm. Shellinan. deceased, Ruby Idell Shellman ami Susan Eva Shellman, Signed; John M. Shellinan. Witnesses M. S. Jolly and K. L lolly. May 1 7. ItM, The will of LaCJf S. Kurtz was also probated in the County Court last Monday, lane 14. It stated that she lesired to give Mr-. Nora Stewart tU for kind attention given her dur ing lu-r nine-- Me reipicslctl tile inn to appoint T, J. Compton exe cutor oi her will and to settle her es tate It was her request that Mr. Clavcomb set a price on her house 1 lot and Mr.-. Nora Stewart is to have rentes! after Mrs. Stewart baa been fully satisfied for services ren dered, the balance due on bouse and lot is to be div ided among her living brothers. She bequeathed the following article- is follows: lied and bedding to James M. Stewart; wedding neck lace to I.ula Stewart! family ring to Donald Stewart; my Kurtz neicci are to have Brat choice ol one or two oi my hooks. The will was dated March II, ItM at Webster. J anna Payne ami II. H. Norton, vitnv .-cs. Mr. Compton waived tie right as executor and recommended Herrj Stewart as executor who was appoin ted by the Court nent which we have become acenst- tonied to associate with his adminis tration of food problems. The pri mary question as be sees it is one of production and production cannot he assured if the food administration imposes restrictions and regulations that would prevent less important evils from occurring Al Mr Hoover points out. it would he perfectly possible to regulate prices so as to preclude large profits on the part of any corporation en gaged in the food business. Hut to apply such a system would drive the less t Ac lent corporations out of busi ness and serve to increase monopoly conditions wherever they exist. It is no argument for high profits that Mr Hoover sets forth. On the contrary, the food administration has demonstrated its desire to cut down prices on all staple products. If the packers have seemingly made large profits it is not because they are ex acting an exorbitant price, but be cause they are doing an cxtraordi nary amount of business. The remedy s not to impose regu lations which will have the certain ct'fci t oi curtailing production, but to absorb, by means of taxation. thCM unusual profits and devote them to government purposes. The food a.! ministration has succeeded in pee venting any flagrant profiteering; it is now up to congress to provide a means for reducing excessive profits which result, in certain cases, from especially fortunate circumstances Chicago Tribune. July IS, HUH. FISCAL COURT. Continued from last week.f IMP I at Am II Arrived in France. Mr. and Mrs VYoodford Weather holt. Tobin port re eived a me sage Monday from then ton, Walla, e Weatherbolt, slating his safe arrival in Brail He wiled about June .'a. I ) In Radij Service. A llieikiuridge county boy who i in the rati i lervicc, i- t'l.i.cine Mor gan, the ion l Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morgan, of halls of Rough. I'riv. Morgan enlisted In the navy in April and was sent to Newport lor six weeks turning and from there to Cambridge, Mass, to the Harvard Radlio School, where he is stud j Ing w irele ss lelegl apl.v mn m cats ki .1 M UU-U!il Report of the condition ol the FIRST STATE BANK doing business in the town of Irving ton. County oi Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of busi ness on " -""tli day of June, ltlis. RESOURCES Loans and discounts Slfi6,916,fJ Overdrafts, secured and un secured - - -. 3,0fl0vM Stocks, bonds and other securities - I :!..";. 9.00 Due from banks I ".:. r.'.."0 ( ash on hand .. 4,100.01 Hanking house. Furniture and Fixtures 4.000.00 GSS9.1 SC!$ pwu LIABILITIES lock paid in. in Capital cash 4 Surplus fund Undivided profits, less ex ponsei and taxes paid Deposits subject 10 check jf8y47tsll Time deposits 17)338.08 1,000.00. ,500.00 640.3(1 160,01 I.Ofl Due banks and Trust Com panies 014. :.'. Bills pa ibte tu.ooo.oo Sl9j,7C8.S9 Former Almost a Luxury, Sayc Prof. Carney of Louvain, Now in Washington. Total State of Kentucky. County ol Breckinridge, Set. We, W, J I'iggott and J. C. Payne, president and cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to ' the beat i i our knowledge and belief. W. J. Piggott, Preside! J. C I'ayne. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd da) of July, IMS. J. M. Herndon, Notary Public. My Commission expires Mar. 1990, Prof. Albert ,t. Cars of the TJnl- ma .. ts .. ,. , :., , ' , , i Newspapers Must Eeono- versitj oi i.ntmiin. mnv attached to the Belgian legation in Washington, said that dug in- :i I is ejBBOSl luxury iii Belgian sod Bast eats ajm are be ing siaugDteretl for the table, old pso : pie noil ebUdrefl are dying In large ' numbers, mid toberculoala is rapidly ! spreading. Profi nr'Qtnwy says: I T. B. Henderson Complimented What Would you think of a Sun day School with every officer and tea- cher present, only one pupil absent. and she sent an excuse, being sick, and about ttiorty visitor . This was; "Coffee la very scarce in Belgium .mil i not obtainable under fl u pound. RgSja si ll ;ii Id ,-,.S atifg. To preserve, however, tlntt kind of food, so hiuiiy oeeoad fee tin- bralHo. nw so numerous in Belgium, the works of rescue provide it low-prieeil fond t'ur the hens. Bwlsa cheese is obtulnsble mize on Print Paper. Because of an acute shortage in the supply oi paper the War Industries Hoard announced effective July is, the following prclitnmarv economies to he enforced by newspapers pub lishing a daily and weekly edition: Discontinue the acceptance of the i retui n oi unsold copies. Discontinue the use of all samples r tree promotion copies. Discontinue giving copies to any- At a regular term of the Hrerk inridgr County Fiscal Court contin ued and held in and for lirerkinridgc County, at the Court House, in Har dinsburg. K v . on Thursday, April 4th. mi. Present: Hon. S. ft. P:yne. presid ing Judge of the Hrrckinridgt ( ounty F'iseal Court and the following named Justices of the Peace tow it: Ksquircs C. F. Nubbins. I I. Keenan. Horace McCoy, I). C Heron, Abe DlMill and J. M. Howard, being all of the Justices of the Peace in commission in lircckinridge County l In Re Sheriff's Settlement. 1917. Came the committee heretofore ap I pointed to make settlement with the Sheriff and A. T. Heard. ex-Sheriff, of lircckinridge County, for himself and deputies and after being duly sworn presented in open court a list of erroneous .ssessments in the sum of S'i.V-'oroo at -.'0 cents on the Sioo on making a total of f 163.00, it i- n,,v. ordered and directed by the court that t lie-said A. T. Heard be allowed the sum of f 103,00 and the same to be credited on the Railroad Fund in his settlement and further Delinquent! and I ithes erroneously assessed to the amount of l,0M at fg.80 each '.ni onnting to $3,800.00, it is ordered that the said A. T, Heard he allowed a credit of said sum in his settlement as follows: Genera! Fxpcnse Fund $i.(i:tr.oo. School Fund $1.00:1.00, Rood and Hridge Fund 1313.00, It is further ordered and directed A. T. Beard he and he is hereby al lowed exonerations on $103,973.00 er roneously assessed and that he be given credit in his settlement with the following amounts, to wit! School Fund at N cents on the $100. no am ounting to $303.73; Road and Bridge Fttnd at 33 cents on the $100.00 am ounting to $337.18; General Expense Fund at in cent- on the $100,00 am ounting to !?i".'.s.;: Pauper Fund at ii cents on the ion 00 amounting to $01.73; Sinking Fund at '.' cents on the $100.03 amounting to $00,37. Came A. T. Beard. ex-Sheriff of Breckinridge County, together with his deputies. W. C Pate. A. J. Dye, J. B. Carman and W. 11. Gibson, who after being duly sworn according to law. turned into court their lists of Delmquentl as follows: to wit; First District 3S3; Second District 1.17; Third District till; Fourth District 17.': Fifth District 110: and Sixth District 174. making a total of 1,003 in the entire county, t'pon motion ,.f l."c. .. 11 1 n ....... 1...-.S., ,t...! 1... I Esquire Abe Bennett it is ordered that the aforesaid delinquent list he allowed tiie said A. T, Heard and he is hereby allowed credit in his settle ment with the county for the year i'.'17. the amount of the delinquent! tovvit: l,o:0 less :il representing de linquent poles in Graded School dis tricts at $3.30 each making atotal of $3,330.00, same to be credited to bis settlement as follows tovvit: School Fund $1,003.00; General Expense Fund $1,036X0; Road Funds $31840, Came A. T. Beard, ex-Sheriff of Breckinridgi county, with the com mittee heretofore appointed to audit hi- settlement and presented in open COMrl their report and settlement which report and settlement was ex amined in open court. Said settle ment shows that A. T. Beard, ex Sheriff of Breckinridge county, has in his hands due the School Fund the sum of $0,66.80, Sinking Pond $034.- 13; Hridge I-unci $3,900.33; Railroad I mid $3,308,47! General Kxpeuse Fund $833.11; Road Pond, First Mag isterial District $9,636,37 ; Second Magisterial District $1,013.37; Third Magisterial District $1,477.1 7 : l-'onrth ; Magisterial District $3,144-40; Fifth District $1,033.80; and Sixth District $1,31333. And it further appearing that the pauper fund i., overdrawn in the sum of $603.33, on motion of Esquire D. C. Heron, seconded by Abo Bennett, . yes and nay vote be ing taken, resulted as follows: F.s ipiirc Robbins, yea; Keenan, yea; Mc Coy, jea; Heron, yea; Bennett, yea and Howard, vea; whereupon sai-1 report ami settlement is now approv ed and adopted and ordered to re cord. It is further ordered and directed by the court that A. T. Heard, ex- ll I ' i Meat Must Be Sold Fresh meat is perishable. It must be sold within about two weeks for whatever it will bring. A certain amount of beef is frozen for foreign shipment, but domestic markets demand fresh, chilled, unfrozen beet Swift & Company can not increase prices by withholding meat, be cause it will not keep fresh and salable for more than a few days after it reaches the market. Swift & Company cannot tell at the time of purchasing cattle, what price fresh meat will bring when put on sale. If between purchase and sale, market con ditions change, the price of meat must also change. The Food Administration limits our profit to 9 per cent on capital invested in the meat departments. This is about 2 cents per dollar of sales. No profit is guaranteed, and the risk of loss is not eliminated As a matter of fact, meat is often sold at a loss because of the need of selling it before it spoils. Swift & Company, U.S.A. Closing Out Business. is overdrawn in the sum of 0M.II it ; il hereby ordered and directed that , be Treasurer pay to A. T. Heard, ex-j Mr. j. c. VvVatherholt. who for Shtrifl Ol Mreckmridge county the se,.,ri ,,.arii OWIM.c, awJ eerafttijy urn ot NM, the amount oes I astaataotse) a KMMf slaee si the Base, lrawn in said Pauper Fund as shown eml , ,ht. Mlix has Krduallv sold i ..-..i - . . . m t sun seiucinein out oi anv money , ,,, 1,1, ,,.... .. 1. ,.1,,..;,, his hno ut $;t a pound. CTiociliite aeUs at 4 0 I ay' ,lleV' ,ot oojee-worwajg eop poiinil mid eoeoa nt olive oil Is , '"' or where required by statute law $8 11 bottle. I in the esse ol odaciaj advertisint;. "This sltitnlion has lulled to the Discontinue giving free copies to maeovery of numerous substitutes. 4 idvertitera, except not more tbsn Sheriff ol Brsckinrids county pay S,-V,.,. Oiut It-is 1,,..,,, 11.,. I I. ! . - . . . B r J .i... - i , .1... VI...1.. .i: . (-I......1. I ...... ......I..... - t 1 l i . s . ine iii'oii oi me m einoiosi , ninui, , uua ihihiihis nun an i.iai was 1111 111- W'cb.tcr, Kentucky, June 0, 1 tm Has been pltlleealy excluded. What Soutl t'.iis Mr 1 II. Henderson has been aancrintetident "t t h i- icbool for :to years, lie is one of the men who does not net old. ami does not gel into ruts; he attends i on v eni i-in s and Icon, what is KiiK 00k Ky Siinday-Schiiul Keporter. YOUR FACE IS YOUR FORTUNE A thousand people look at your face whUe one glanceu at your feet yet you spend money to keep your uboes In condition and neglect your faco. RED CROSS Shaving Lotion (tbo after-shaving luxury), makes old faces look young and keeps all faces In the pink of condition. This and other KIfiJ CROSS toilet articles gold only by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. Is HON Interesting to record 1m the use of sirtnv heny IsOeeS laadOOd of tobueeo, of sirup instead of butter. "Mureiiver, ull kinds of native fruits, cem-rully tu-uleeted. biivc now n mar ket VaitOS, Pog ruses brtBgl .') cents I ml. w ild bsgsl nuts cost 10 I - His, with priim-s j eaata, aMsrbeerles 4 eeiits. i le. The (ii-rtiiunx have reuu- senlation liiti-il I lie expli.llnl ion or neorus mid Ix-eehiiuts, of which they send irreut iUuntltli-H to (ieriiiany In order to ex trnet nil from Ihein. "They ulso have ('iiniiiuinileered fat eats In many pliieex, Sinn- n tux of $tl has been Imposed by them upon iloKH, the number of those uuIiuhIh which their owners have killed auil eaten Is lurife. I 'nt meat Is suld to be commonly used." nt Discontinue the arbitrary forcing I oi copies on news dealers (i. e. cum i pelting them to buy more copies j than they can legitimately sell in or der to hold certain territory.) Discontinue the hMjbjaj back of paper- at either wholesale or retail sclliiij.; price from dealers or agents in onler to secure prelerential repre- DisContinuS the payment of salaries or commissions to agents, dealers, or newsboys lor the purpose of securing the eiiiivaleuet of return privileges. Discontinue all free exchanges. Hill persons, most of them negroes, were killed when two N. C & St. L. trains had a head on collision at Nashville recently. to the Treasurer of Breckinridge county the slim of 00,000,01 School Fund and the sum of fOOl.l!) due the Sinking Pond, anil the sum of 95,000.. U due Hridge Fund and the sum of $-.:i!is.i; due the Railroad Fund and the sum of .v;:!. 1 1 due the Gen eral BxfsHMO I'und and the sum of $ .'.ii ;s :it due the First Magisterial Distt n t Rood Putted, and the sum of 11,010.91 due the Second Magisterial District Road I'und and the sum of $1.1.7 17 due the Third Magisterial District Rood Fund and the sum of 10,14.40 due the Fourth Magisterial District Rood Fund anil the sum of l,0U.St due tin- Fifth M agisUiul District Road Fund and the sum of i . i s . " due the Sixth Magisteiul District Road Fund. It appearing that the Pauper Fund on bands due said fund, and if be has not a sufficient amount on hand due said fund to pay said overdraft, he is hereby authorized and directed to j jostifled in earrving ou t :i tl , , 1,1 , n-i 1 1, ,,i .1 '....'.,. this vie, k Owing to the wir and its eiieum ttaseea Mr WVatlurholt whs rmt his grocery store anv luger It is not kinwn ridge county to pay said overdraft, i wiiat line ot work he will take up in at a rate of interest not exceeding '' the future. cents per annum to be signed by the1 - County Judge, County Treasurer, ' LOUISVILLE PARTY and attested by tin- County Clerk. ENTERTAINED In Ro 1011 Treasurer's Report. . Came the committee heretofore ap- Union Star, Ky. July 1 Speciaf ' pointed and I'aul Compton. Treas-Mr. a,i (ri Straub a,nd daughter, urer of llreckinridge county and pre-j Miss Lorena Straub,, ' Mrs . Annie entea ami mOVOO to Hie the report Shefiuire and Mr. Oil's Singleton, all of Louisville motored here last Sun day in Miss Straub's Maxwell car and spent the day with Mrs. Shefinire' aunt, Mrs. Lent A. Cart and Mr. Cart The party reported good roads until 1 they entered llreckinridite countv. I Mr. Singleton was a former Union ccording to income tax reports Star boy, who is making good having Kentucky has si millionaires. la lucrative position with the railroad. of said Treasurer of Receipts and Disbursements as Treasurer afore said for the year 1011 said report w is (XSmSSed in open court and is in words and figures as follows towit: (Continued uext week). i .i When You Feel Bad Stomach and Bowels out of order, appetite poor and general disinclination for work, HEROINE Is the Remedy You Need It crestes energy by cleansing the system of bilioua impuritiea and restoring activity in the torpid i.ver. Take a dose when you go to bed. You will feel bright and vigoroua next morning It'a a tine purifying and regulating medicine. Price SO cenle JAS. P. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO. I pi SuM by all diu,oiiso,.