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By Sanford t'ritililoc The bugle rail lias MWl4f d throughout otir native land. And we've rallied 10 therolors, by the President we'll stand We're fearless and defiant, we are noble, brave and true. And we're ready to lay down imr lives for the Stars and Stripes and You. When we go across the waters into a foreign land. We will go into the trenches anil hy our flag we'll stand; We will Rood live to mothers, to witnM and -"ret hearts tOO, Pof they will know we're doing our luty as brave men might to do Oh, God in Heaven, protect our flaff, the one for which we tight; It stands for Liberty and Honor, which is only just and right. Give unto us. Oh Lord, the cotirageaud the power, To go into this battle, the soldiers of the hour And when we're on the tiring line so many miles away, Protect the loved ones left at home. Oh Lord, until we're back to stay. And bless our loving mothers and the little children too. Upon us. depends their freedom and the old Ked. White and I'.luc. We're going to fight for Freedom and Freedom wc must win. And no matter what the battle we must take our part in. We are going to light with Pershing and with General Joffre too, And we'll bring home the Victory to the Wed. White and Hluc. And here's to the boys in khaki, a noble set of sons, Who fear no (ierman Submarines or none of their mighty guns. Nor do they fear the Kaiser, a foolish man is he; That he can whip the entire world, sounds like foolishness to me. Behind the firing lines on the battle fields of France, Our soldiers are in training, just eager for their chance. With our aim as true as steel to get into the fray. To try to gain a victory for the good old U. S. A. We're going into the trenches with a heart that's brave and true And we w ill bring home the victory to the Stars and Stripes and You. And when the battles are over and if victory we have won. We will bow our heads in prayer to thee, our mother's sons. Magazine Bars Mail Order Ads. There wilt be no more advertise ments of mail order houses in Every body's Magazine after the September issue. The publishers announce that in taking this step they arc backing up the "buy at home movement" which wholesalers and retailers have strongly advocated. That this may be a powerful blow struck for the re tail merchant and for community de velopment may lu- judged from the statement that one of the largest mail order houses of the country did a business of more then $178,000,000 in tttt. The publishers of Everybody's eliminated all mail order advertising from their three women's magazines more than a year ago. Kig Spring Rvv. atarrs, Mansville is assisting Rev Deacon in a serie-, ot meetings at tills place. Dr. W. H Strother, Owe nsboro came. W. dnesday for a slum visit to his mother and sister. Master John A. Barr came with him. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Moorman and little daughter, Mollie Ditto le turned to Louisville Sunday after a visit of several clays with his mother and sister His brother, Jim Moorman returned home with them and remained till Monday afternoon. Lems Clarkson has beeD called and is now at Camp Taylor. Mrs. Judith Stith is with her ueice, Mrs. James V. Clarkson. Dr. C. B. Witt spent Thursday at Elizabethtown. Mrs. Lewis Jenkins who has been at the bedside of her father, R. S. Do well returned home Saturday Mrs. John Cook, Irvington came Friday to be with her father, R. S. Dowell. Mr. Jim Ritchie rectived a letter from Hilly Ritchie, somewhere over, seas saying that ho was at last out of the hospital and able to join his coin, pauv He also had a letter from his san. (ab- wno has been iu Canada for some time laying he had joined the colors. Miss Juliett Richardson left lust week fof West Point to visit her cousins, Misses Maurine Williams and Corine Richardson, Misses Catharine and H w.- David Griffith have returned from Vine Grove where thev were guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Kate Casty. Van B. Nelson and B. S. Clarkson threashed wheat last week. Profitable Use for Weeds Washington, July '.' Instead of be ing a nuisance and an eye sore weeds may be turned to good account aird even to profit by keeping a few sheep. This is the glad word sent out by the Department of Agriculture in a state ment urging a fight to control weeds. Instead of having repugnance for weeds sheep, sa s the statement, con sider most weeds choice eating. A small flock needs but little looking after, and they will do the looking after the weeds. The sheep will thus not only help to provide their own food but they will relieve the farmer of a good deal of worry and time used up in eliminating the pest. The Federal control of railroads in the first four months of such oper ation cost the government $100,000,- 000. To Arms. Stenographers and Canteen Workers Needed. While the National War Work Coun cil does not pay all of the woman's expenses, yet we are looking for volunteer workers who are ble to defrav a p irt of tlieir own expenses. These women will work in the capacity Of stenographers and canteen workers. Mr. C. A. Tevebaugh, State Recruit- tag Secretary is just back from New York where he promised that Kentucky : will supplv 5O BMU and I5 women for overseas work by August 1st. I am ; sure that the (trad old State or" Kcn ' tucky is going to stand behind Mr. Teveb.iugh and that our quota will be complete bv the above date. ! For furtiier information write the Keotaoky State KecrniHag Constant, 343 Association Hidg., Louisville, Ky. LOCUS i HILL Mr. anil Mr.. Gid Carman were the tWM of Mr huh Mrs. Robert Mc Dm. nd aud baby William Davis, Louisville are the guests of her parents Mr. aud .Mrs. R Of COS D..vis. Mrs. John I. Carman and daughter, Miss Vcrdabell have relumed to their home in Louisville after spending somr tune the gm-sts ot relatives here. Priv. Coleman Carman, West Point spent the week end the guest of his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Alfred Carman. Homer Allen, Louisville is the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis. Bill Butler is home on a furlough from Camp Zachary Taylor. School began here Monday with Rufus Basham as teacher. Mrs. Hardin Butler aud Mrs. Clint Tucker are ou the sick list. West View Several from here have been attend ing the revival in progress at old Mt. Zion church this week. Mrs. Audra Jarboe and little daugh ter, Dorothy, Louisville have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chintz Royalty the past week. Annie Muttingly, Illinois is visitiug relatives here. Misses Bcttv and Beva Smiley visited their sister, Mrs. Burns Henninger the week end and attended the tuueral at Cave Spring on Sunday. School at this place is progressing nicely with a large enrollment. 1 Mr. O. M. Draae hai purchased 11 new car. Quite u crowd from here attended the Red Cross Carnival at Hardiusburg the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Goodman and children, Owen aud Story Reeves, Misses Mary aud Ruth Mattingly motored to West Poiut uly Fourth News has been received frorr. Char ley Smiley who left for Camp Taylor June 5, stating that he likes it fine Miss Maud Royalty and brother, Theodore, Hudson vitiled Miss Matty Lee Cuuditf and bruther, Mr Estill Cundirt Sunday. RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM (WITH PEROXIDE) A greaaelesa cream of snowy whiteness. Delightfully perfumed. A day cream for oily skins. Softens the hard lines of tho face. Protects it from aunburns, winds, tans and cold weather. All'oids an excellent foundation fur applying Amrico Beauty Face Powder. Thin and more than one hundred other Ked Croaa Remedies and Toilet preparations sold iwd guaranteed only by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. SUBSCRIBERS LETTERS' Likes to Get Home Paper. Dear Mr Habbige: Please send us the Breekeni idge News for one year. We liiid Illinois a fine country to live in but we like to get our paper from home it is almost like getting a letter. We nil know what home mean when we get so far awav. Youis truly, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hlaine, Viola, III , Route I From J M. Harris. Mr. J I). Babbage, Cloverpnrt, Ky. Dear Sir: Please find enclosed check for the Breckenridge News another year. ,Mlt Wishing you and the News success, I am, V 'urs very respectfully, . M. Harris, all! Cedar St Nashville, Tenn. Can't Do Without It. Dear Mr Hibbagt: KucIomi! is a money order for the renewal of my subscription the Breckenridge News. We can not do without our home paper. Respectfully, James K Waggoner, 25I7 Wes Main 8t. Louisville, Ky. FkYMIKl: Mrs. J. F. Biddle and Mrs W. P. Grant and son, Gordan (iale spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Finest Cart. Mrs. Geo. Birger entertained the following last Sundav: Misses Carrie B. Kelm, Gladys Sketo, Leota Grain and Kdith Wright. Messrs. Claude Dodson Hubert Pbllpotl and Morton Hair. l'riv Stanford Brashear spent the Fourth with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W Brashear. Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Guilt Edge, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Philpott spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. C. C. Grant Miss Florence Bruner has to her home from Louisville. Miss Eva Summers, Louisville is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mis. Henry Summers. BELCH FORK News scarce, wheat threshing and cutting grass is tha order of the day iu this neighborhood at present. Mrs. Li n Taul, Evansville and Mrs Russell Walker, Hartfofd were the guests ot t heir mother, Mrs. Nat Taul last week. Mr. and Mr . James Mattingly and little daughter, Miidred Elizabeth, Glen Dean were the guest of their parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. M Beat) last Saturday night anil Sunday, The last crop of old tobacco in this neighborhood was sold the other day when J. M. Beaty sold his to Herbert Bearil for IS cts per lb. Walter Taul was in Hardiusburg on business one day last week. J. M. Beatty hauled off two loads of tobacco last week. When yuu have backache theliver or kid neys are sun to be out of gear. Try San ol, it iloc-s wonders for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial ."0c bottte will convince you., tiet it at the druir store. McQDADY Ernie Bales, Pat Taul and Roosevelt Ball are able to be out again after their auto accident at Catiuelton. Mrs. Matt Shi ewsbery is ill this week. Mi. and Mrs, Jess McGary also Mr. and Mrs. Ben McGary are each the proud parents of two line baby boys, both babies weighed nine puunds. Crops look fine at this time. Oat cutting about over autl farmers are at work with hay harvest. Several haveu't threshed wheat iet. Verne Dunn, Camp Zachary Taylor spent a tew days with Mrs. Yeruie Dunn this week. Fred McGarv has a new car. The Red Cross Society of this place turned in some of its work July 4 Miss Pearl Lyons was in this place last week. Mr. Zack Lyons has a big sow worth about fol). Leo Jarboe, Camp Greeuleaf, FT Oglethorpe, I'm., reports some very hot weather at that camp. Red Cross meets here every Tuesday. Kver) body come. Mr. and Mrs. Denuie Sheeran and two children, Hardiusburg were guests of Mr. Tom Sheeran's family Tuesday. GARFIFLD. Mr. ami Mrs. Dullus Mruaer and sister, Mrs. Herbert Kipp motored to Louisville Tuesday. V B. MattioKly, clerk for tha Cum berlaud Tel & Tel Co., is at home for several days. Dr. and Mrs. K. W. Mr. nun , IrvloK ton were guests Wednesday of Mr. and. Directory Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County, Planters Hall Stock Farm Qlen Dean, Ky, Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Have won 1(100 Ribbons at State Fairs Past Five Years Valley Home Stock Farm W. 1 OWED & SOIS. Prairlilwi Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle ORCHARD HOME FARM 0. P. MAYSF.Y. Proprietor MM of Registered Ouroc Jersey Kogs. Ilardinsbiirj'.'ky.. Route .'. C. V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. MALM in High-ClaM Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness I lorses. IT WILL PAY Y01 TO VISIT MY STAKES Mrs. V. W. Smith. Mts. BIU Matltlgly is at home I ri m a visit to her son, Karl Mattinijly ai d family of Red field Iowa. Mrsdani-s Alvah HeHiuhi.np am! V. V. Smith, Misses Ktl'u l'oole and Pearl Bc'.le Haltingly attemkil itM Pourttl of July celt bi ati"U at Wc I Point ami vMlsd in Louisville Thurs day and Friday. J. l. l'otts is visiting friends at MiOtiady. )vi lir.iv, Mr ai.d Mrs. F.ulir Dowell ami children, Mrs. V B. M;.t tinKlv ar.d Ida Do Well motored IV Louisvillr Wedm.-ila . Mr. Sullivan, ITpton was here Friday on business. Mrs C. W. Barnes and Children, returned hole Friday fioni an txtend' ed visit witli relatives in La Grange, Qfata and Oweytou. Dr. Satidbach and children, were iu Hardinsburg Wednesday. Mrs. Taylor Marr, BkOD, Ohio, and daugbter, Mrs. Barman) Bledsoe South Carolina are visiting relatives here. I. H Smith and sons aud Mr. and Mrs. Hunter HenniiiKtr attended the Fourth of July celebration at West Point. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hager anil baby of near Custer spent a few days of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Pate Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wood entertain ed to dinner Wednesday, Mrs. Frank Wood, and son, Arthur, Mr. and Mrs Clamis Shumate Mr. Jim Nicholas and little daughter1 Bva Dean and Mr Pies Wood, the occasion being Mr Amas Wood's birthday Mr. and Mis Dallas Bruner and baiiv, Agaaa ami Mi and Mrs, Herbert Kipp and baby motored to Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. (i. F. B truly and child ren, Nell and Nancy Thomas of near Irvington were guests Sunday ot In. and Mrs B. C Harutd. Messrs Frank DeHavcu and Clint Lewis of Hardinsburg were iu town one day last week. Miss Sallie Macy visited relatives at Lodiburg last wtek. Mrs. Criss and daughter, Mrs. O, Brian, (nee Miss Belle Criss) and sou, I ndiauapolis came Monday to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Triplet aid children of near Bewleyville vi sited her mother, Mrs. Ella Mattiugiy Utsl week. Shellie Oliver was in Hardiusburg Tuesday. Little Miss Agnes Durbin is on ttie sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Heuninger, Messrs Harold, K. K., and V'ick Smiih, Richard Dowell and Hershel Pr'est motored to West Point aud Louisville Thursday. Amos Wood was in Hardiusburg Thursday. Mrs. D. H. Smith returned to her home at Heosley Friday. We are glad to report she is much improved. Misses Lottie and Lula Tabor were in Irvington Thurtday. Misses Louise Taylor, Eva Alexander Bettie Pile and Virginia Beard and Mr. Glen Valley Stnck Farm t .0IERT30I. fiaiiiitof Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Dealer In Leaf Tobacco VICTORY. l-'rnm l.r.li-' Weekly. I eosM hart praytd for ptatt Iwftfi 1 knvd of little emMrtn Hftad i-u-. in jt-M, A wort I point through the hit e -nil put flliK bfWWf. And iitnrn foully btM then MM Hlffld And ail my mhl4 mat wptmew tin wnM bt I M only pray to i ltd for N n tory I eouhl have unitnt for my MM to 'turn Mjft home ; hut foul anl pM outpouring hell And HojwM tin-, and MndMMFM of hell. Si t nil my blond aflatm an-1 now I hum With holy iftt. what e'er the tMfl M me. If MM) or late Qm MM ui Victory. I rvnld have u itched new tayt hy aid i'leaN Mail I not known of death that hurtling w nit Beneath the wnvafl to smite the innnit nt ; Hut knowing all. my Mart lt d spirit reel. Then spring- to ask: "What will ye. Lord, of mc That to our arms may MM Njm Pietory ?" I. M Thornton Thos. O'Donoghue DmIm in ami liu-i-dtr of Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle. Po land China Mogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Hardiusburg. Ky.. Route 1 ! PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS Having ready cash for sudden emergencies is possible only when you have raved a part of vour Itlarj or wages. Start with a final! deporit if Decenary. In crease it as you can and soon you will have a substan tial interest-bearing account, and a feeling ol safety, I contentment, pride ami Safety Honesty FIRST STATE BAMt. w. .t. PieooTT. I'm it gam .1. l . ll i-.KMKi.N, Wce-PruMeal K::.i...:: . ....... . . . v.:. . vi; TO THE We are selling privately at a very low price the wagons, buggies and barnesi at the livery barn, and earnestly solicit sour potronage. e are also anxious to rem a pan i our stable to the right man to engage in livery. This would le the most profitable business in Hardinsburg for the amount invested. ROBERTSON-HOWARD MULE CO. Hardinsburg. Ky. HUGHE'S CHILL TONIC PALATABLE! Better than Colomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic.) THE OLD RELIABLE EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a remedy for Chills aud Fevers. Malarial l evers. Suatup Pews and MNOM Fevers. Just what you need at this season. Mild Laxative. Nervous Sedative. Splendid Tonic. Try It. Don't take any substitute. At Druggists, 50c and $1.00 Bottles. ROBINSON PETTET COMPANY, INCOacOKATID Louisville. Ky. Allu Alexander motored trorn Custer Wednesday evening, .Missis 1 lor und Heard are visitiug there. Mrs. Amos Wood visited telatives at Il.ii in Thursday Mrs. Ira Dowell is with Mrs. liowell after being in Louisville where her husband has been in camp of THR HOWARD FARMS I M. HOWARD A SON Prop Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, - Ky. Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealt rs in Live Stock and Tobacco The Webster Stock Farm HURT H HOMO. Ovnit Farmer. Dealer. Breeder and. Feeder lof Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster. Ky. Park Place G. N. Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington. Ky. independence. Courtesy Service Frvirtfton, Ky. .1 c. PATHS. OMfcfc r J, l. LYDDAH, Asst. Cashier PUBLIC: Mcs ,r s. Ova tir ,,v, Taylor I o well and little daughter Kuiiua Lee Miss Ma Dowell and V H Mattiugiy motored to Louisville last week. Mifs Mary Ana llarued it spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Handy at their beautiful country home uear Irvington.