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THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY.
PAGE 3 NORTH WEST FLORIDA Offer. Mniwv Oppnrtimiltra In lhi Farmer and Mock man ArllmatntiniiirpaKHrrt MM-kran nniA Dm whole car 'round. Wr tM nfforinir to Willi il unp.irul -loli'irrifiiln. hir ti-niiH rr.isoiiiihlc. We want. Mihstantial raf1Bn nnd tot-k ralwrs, thosn who Ml Tallin hojra. h(f p mi l i n 1 1 !(.. corn, mi v r cane. W6t pot at Ml " .It;. II 'II - I !! Iflftl l'"t torn, Tetvet hfinii and nthcr fnragpcrnpg. Wowd 4.rVK) atTP of voiul hlf h In nil. Hold only in 40 acre or nmro, We are closing up thn t.- M aetata. I'rlcca t7.fi0 per acre ami up MNMNhf to location. If you want a home In the Pouth, write frr our hooklet. THE I. 1.1 MeCASKtU COMMIT Boi. Oofuniak Sprlnt, Florida I It" i : J DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Daan, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Pairs Past Pive Years Valley Home Stock Farm W. J OWE! A SONS, Profilers Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle HAI6 CLOSES ON MESSINES; FOCH GAINS 4 MILES Tergnier Falls and La Fere Tot ters as the Allies Drive Ahead. YANKEES CLOS: ON ENEMY HENRY HORNE ORCHARD HOME FARM 0. P. MAYSEY. Proprietor BREEDER OF Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs. Hardinsburg. ky.. Route 2. C. V. ROBERTSON, ar Hardinsburfit Ky. DEALER IN High-ClaN Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES Glen Valley Stock Farm E. L R08EATS0H. Pflptlilor Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Thos. O'Donoo-hue Dealer in and l'.reeder of Polled Durham and Shorthorn Cattle, Po land China Hogs and Plymouth Rock Chickens French Advance on Twenty-Mile Front, Capturing Lower Forest of Coucy-Laon Yanks Bring Up Big Guns in the Battle. London, Sept. !. The French hnve advanced on u 20-nille front to an av erage depth of two mjles and at some pluces to a depth of four miles. They occupied Tergoter, three miles from Ln Fere, without opposition. The French also reached the forest of Coucy, und now nre on n big stretch of entirely new ground. British progress on practically the whole buttle front from llavrincourt wood to the river Alsne continued dur ing the morning with greater rapidity I ban had been expected. The British line starling at llav rincourt wood, of which the British nrntni nnictlcallv one-half, runs through MetteorCootoro and Fins. then by Lleramont, Lnngavesnea, nn- lurt'Boudy, Hancoarl and Trrtry i l.nnchy. where It Joins (he French line. Close on Messines. Itritlsh troofM advanced on the front to the southeasl and IWirtnensi . .a - m of Peronne, capturing tne tow im m Hancourt Sorel-Ie-Grnnd and Mctz-en- lUture, says the war office a an nouncement. Fighting their GEN. SIR Latest photograph of C.en. Sir Henry Home, conunandlng the Itritlsh First army which has been driving the Huns east from the region of Arras. Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 THE HOWARD FARMS 1. M. HOWARD 4 SON. Prop. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, - Ky. Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealers In Live Stock and Tobacco The Webster Stock Farm Um N NORtUN. 0MI Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder 'of Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster. Ky. Park Place 6. N. Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. way toward the left (lank of the Hermans' positions along the Canal du Word from HaTrtncoart northward, the Itritlsh penetrated the western part of Havrincourt wood, taking prisoners as they pro gressed. In Flanders the Itritlsh are push ing toward Messines near the soulli ern tad of the Messines ridge, and they advanced their line at Bight a shorl distance in the direction of the town. North of la Basse canal on the Flanders front British patrols have made headway in the enemy positions In the Ucinlty of CajrtefcMHg and Vlo-lalnes. Heavy Fighting. atia, Sept. 0. Oa OM front be tween the Soniine and Ihe Disc the French continue to press forward, overci mini; 'be resistance Of the Qer man rear guard, according to the war office report. Bushing east of Ham, French I roups have occupied Ihe towns of Dory and Ollezy. more than three miles beyond Hani. North of the Allettc the French have made I a further advance, winning the entire lower forest of Coney. North of the Vesle. where American troops have been advancing, there Is no change In the situation. Barilla, north of the Allette, was captured In henvy fighting. South of the river the French hnve taken Nanteull-I,a-Fosse, f'onde Fort and Cnndc-SurAlsne. Put Torch to Villages. Willi the Flench Armies In Franco, Sept. ft. The retreat of ihe Germans durlni: Ihe last two days has assumed a strong resemblance to that of March of last year. The horizon at night glows with the light of conflagrations, for which, however, the Germans them selves are this time furnishing most of the fuel In Ihelr stores of supplies thut the pressure of the allies has obliged the enemy either to leave on Ihe spot or destroy. The villages named In Ihe reports were scarcely more than Ihe ruins of the villages destroyed more than n year ago. with only a few frame build ings erected for the reluming Inhab itants. Find Death Traps. Death traps are being left behind by the enemy as they were last year. Noyon, for Instance, is full of them. The engineering corps Is still at work seeking them out and where possilile, making them harmless. Noyon, how ever, Is three-quarters destroyed by explosions of mines to which time fuses had been attached and by the intense shelling to which the town wus subjected before the Germans were driven out of range. Yanks Bring Up Big Guns. With the American Army on the Vesle Front, Sept. 0. Menaced by a salient Increasing In danger, the Ger mans begun a withdrawal from the Vesle valley to Hie right of the Amer icans. On the west Hank Ihe Ameri cans held firmly, while the French ex erted sharp pressure on Ihe rear, but there bus developed u sltuution consid erably different from that of the last few days n the region westward to wurd Solssons. The Germans fought more nearly in the spirit of their tra ditions, but slowly this continued to give way, leaving little doubt that the line from near Reims to that now along the Alsne would be quickly) straightened. Yanks in Tight Place. The struggle is being made to the American-.' right und has placed them In a position where they are subject to a beuvy enfilade, especially by the artillery. Despite desperate resist ance they swung their line forward to Its Junction with the French, where the most determined resistance was encountered. More broken coun try otters batter opportunities for de fense, and Hie German have taken ad rantage of every hlllslda ami ravine in placing rhelr artillery and machine guns. The Americans were forced to face a deadly barrage, while harriers of gas were raised In every ravine dOWn which they advanced. An equally destructive artillery ra appose was made by the Americans, however, und the men already tried In previous en gagement advanced steadily, clearing out Ihe machine gun nests one after another. Huns Die at Guns. The German held their position along n machine gun line Stubbornly, many of them living at their i:uiis. hut the total mortality was not great, since only machine gunners were left In the rear line. It is probable, how ever, that the German losses were large as a result of the counter artil lery fire. Sonic Ho prisoners were brought In from that part of the sec tor on the Americans right. Because Of Ihe better terrain the Ooi'UMWM can afford to retren; here more slowly and from Ihelr positions they can exact n higher price in return for Ihelr with. draVal. It Is Inevitable at the same I time that they, too, must pay dearly. Tin' result is a foregone conclusion, anil tie- only question Is that of the 1 cost in men. The Germans enfiladed the Ameri cans, who on their part replied In kind and with interest, while the French supplemented their work with what nasi have been frightfal roasa aencea for the Qerraaaa HORVATH WITH CZECHS State Fair Week! An Extraordinary Tailoring Offering FT SB TROUSEKS V,S II M V At the Superior Woolen Mills Louisville An Extra Pair of Trousers N Worth $6.00 Free of Charge With suits tailored to your measure and tailored to your liking from new Fall materials at any of the following Prices:-$18.S0, $20.00, 22.50, $25. OO, $27,50, $30.00, $32.50 and up to $37. 50. When you're in Louisville at the State Fair come on down to 513 W. Market Street and get in on this extraordinary bargain. Orderyour new fall suit; take your choice of any of our fine woolens at any of the above prices, AND WE'LL GIVE YOU AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS WORTH $6.00 FREE! We're Louisville's fastest growing tailors; we operate a big chain of stores and we sell DIRECT FROM WEAVER TO WFARER. You pay for no middleman's profit and you pay for no heavy overhead. That's why we can make such a wonderful offering at such low prices. SUPERIOR WOOLEN MILLS at 513 W. Market, Louisville Fall Clearance Sale i n order i' prices the foil gel ready for ur new u ills articles : f;ii w e art Ferine ;u th.- lowest Leader of Larr3 Russian tion Goes to Irkutsk. Fac- Men's Odd Pants Boys Fall and winter Suits Mens Shirts and Overalls These arc marked down cheaper than they can be bought at wholesakt Shoes Repioves Moot Troublesome Factional Differences Amonq Elements Op posing the Bolsheviki. Washington. Sept. 0. All military asjpoattJoa against Ihe Czechs in the Vladivostok (list riit Is doomed to an early collapse, according to dispatches from Russia reaching the stale de partment. The Czechs are being as sisted hy Russians in western Siberia, the dispatch adds, ; nd General llor- vatb has left Vladivostok for a COO fen nee w ilb the Czech leaders at Irkutsk. Another dispatch from Consul Har ris at Irkutsk, dated September 2, says that the Czechs are In power from Cheliaklnah and Ekaterinburg to Chita and also west as far as Samara, Orenburg and Kazan. still another assaaatje, from a confi dential source, says ihat connect Ions have been established between the Czechs operating east of Karemaka and those cut off in the Knlkal re gion, effecting the capture of Chita ami Karemaka. Trains are now ruu Bgai between Irkutsk and the Onoa river, It Is added. We have a big lot of slippers l)e sold ai a great reduction in i real ml low cut (. shoes for men gke noun tor fall goods. than tin. Urt" TT r i ri wen s neavy worK anoes a great ileal cneapei Produce Prices 1 am I Ion-. 21 lieu and wont Yon m ill took will n which find be. inn paying cents; prices (tti d el i in Tiers, 23 cents ; ou for produce, eitht Roosters, 11 cents; E cash or tr aile ijs, 34 cents R. W. JONES, Glen Dean. Ky. Observes 104th Birthday. Mrs. George De Beck, the oldest while woman in British Columbia, has just celebritted her one hundred and fourth birthday annlversury. Her di rect descendants number almost 100. Her eyeslKht Is perfectly clear und aha possesses renin rkuble vigor. GARFIELD Mrs. V. H. Mattiugly was in Hard insburg, Thursday. Kev. Harvy Knglish lillsd his reg ular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. Houston LeGgand entertain ed her Sunday school class Sunday and a few invited guests, an enjoy able day was spent. SaveraJ from here are attending the State l'air. Mrs. Harper and children, Webster were here last week as guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Dink Carman. Mr. Tom Horsley and children motored to Kingswood, Monday. Bud Bennett, Custer was in town one day last week. Mrs. Battle Huffinei and son arc visiting in Mattoon for three weeks Mr. and Mrs. Lovd liasham and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pats Haynes at l iccdcon, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Comptou were guests Sunday of their daughter, M , u Richardson and Mr. Richardson. Mrs Claude Shoeiuate left Satur day for Louisville where she will make her home during her husband's stay at Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. llarman Aldridge wn nucls Sunday id Mr anil Mrs AKah Beaucharap, Mr. and Mrs Wallace t oner, lilair, Neb., arrived last week and are the Hticst-, ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Coner. Miss K.ie Horsley and Mr. Krnest liook were married at Hardinsburg Saturday, August II, SUBSCRIBERS LETTERS Shellman. I'locerport, .'.Ill lllv From G. E Breckenridge News Ky. Dear Mr Bahl ed you will Und $) ver my sub scription to The BVeckenridge News. Yours truly, G. E. Shellman. Keeps Up With Cloverport Happings r. J. I). Babbage, Clovarport, Ky. Dear Sir: As I cannot very well keep up with the happening! oi Clov erport and Breckinridge county with out The Breckenridge News, 1 am en closing 1.M which you may apply to Bay subscription as it is out. W ith best of wishes to all. 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