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The Breckenridge news: January 27, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915012701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 27, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ' K VOL. XXXIX PCDDPC n ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915. OLDEST PERSON IN 8 Pages SIXTY No. 30 MEN GO TO uLimu l u. iiiiRic mm FIRST SALE AT LEAF T LOOSE- - DRJHERRY Resigns as Superintendent of Western Kentucky Normal to DIES SUDDENLY At PERRY COUNTY DIES TOBACCO COMPANY LAST Murder Case Will Be Decided the Satterfield Home Was Mrs. Nancy Weatherholt Leaf Well Attended By Buyers and Growers. 71,000 Enter Race for Governor. By Breckenridgc Men- -J. Pounds Offered 43,000 Sold at an Average of G. ' Knight of the Maccabees He Dies at the Age of NinetyProf. Barksdale Hamlett. II, K. i $5.06 Roy Chapin, of liardinsburg, Gets High Coir, J. Whit Potter, John 1'. Haswell. Cox on Third Trial. Leaves Two Grown Children Three Years Total Number Jr., and W. J. Gooch, composing the Death. Dependents 96. Heart Failure Causes est Price. of FUNERAL WAS HELD MONDAY FUNERAL HELD MONDAY SALES AT HARDINSBURG AND 0WENSB0R0 board of regents of the Western tucky Normal School, accepted Ken- with DEPUTY SHERIFFS BUSY The funeral of Mrs. Nancy Weather-ho- lt Leaf was held from the family home The Kr at Tobinsport .Monday afternoon. services were conducted by the Key. Mr. Mrs. Leaf Ketchum, of Cannelton. died Sunday after an iilness of only a years few days.' She was ninety-thre- e old. Mrs. Leaf was bom December 20, condition. Mr. Wine martied Mfs Roberta Sit 1821, ill Tobinsport, 1ml. She was a rl lived until after her death remarkable woman for her age. The in Stuuford, Ky. He leaves, besides Ilia total number of descendents, including daughter, Miss Iva L. Vv ine, one sod, children, grandchildren, and one Thos. Wine, of St. Louis, Mo. They were both here to intend the funeral. 96. Her husband was Andrew Leaf, The father was born In Augusta coun- who died niany years ago, and slie lost ty, Virginia, March 17, 1845. He was u in 1914 two sons, Arad and Thomas man of culture and was highly es- Leaf, Their son, Thos. Leaf, was killed teemed bv his friends aud many ac- in the civil war. The children who surquaintances. He traveled In the In- - vive are as follows: Mrs Sarah Shoemaker, Rome, Ind. interest of the Order pf the Maccabees. Mr. Wlae ,was devoted to the SatterMrs. Mary Wheeler, Monroe City, Ind. field family their home was home to Z. T Leaf, New Albany, Ind. him, and he came here quite often W. S. Leaf, Tobinsport, Ind 'Where a welcome was always gven Levi Leaf, Arkansas City, Kan gi rr i him. Mrs. Ophelia Shoemaker, Rome, Ind. The funeral was conducted by the Miss Kmma Leaf, Tobinsport, Ind. .'KiKev. Mr. E. O. Cottrell from the home M. F. Leaf, Derby, Ind. Monday afternoou, und the interment Mrs. Tilda Little, Deer Creek, Ind. took place In the Cloverport cemetery. Francis Leaf, Moweaka, 111. Those who heard Brother Cornell's reEli Leaf, Ilerryville, Ark. marks had their minds enriched with understanding of the fourteenth chapHead of B. F. Beard's ter of St. John. From thU he drew the KfaxnitiMfU m Wine, Sir Knight of the iffll known here, died suddenly Friday evening lit the Satter field home. Iliurt failure chummI tils death He'came heru to. pend Christmas with his daughter, Miss Iva Wine, and since theu had been in u declining Gerge 0. nrl The next sale of the Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco Company will be held here Saturday, January .'!0. The first sale which was held here Saturday was well nttended and there were "1,000 pounds of tobacco offered for sale. The actual sales was 411,000 at an average of S 00. The highest price paid was $12 to Roy Chapin, of Hardlnsburg. The lowest price was $1. The price for all trash was accepted, therefore cutting down the general average. Saturday. The tobacco growers were as well satisfied with prices offered here as those offered elsewhere. Sales by Hreckenrldge Loose Leaf House, Hardlnsburg, last week: 011,000 pounds at an average of $."i.60. Total sales for season, 150,000 pounds at an average of $5.03. The sales in Owensboro last week were as follows: Lancaster house, 455,645 at $6.3:1. Owensboro warehouse, 2gl, 406 at $6 .'!S. Buyers were here from Owensboro Equity Home floor, lu7,.Ti0 at $0.45. Green River floor, 183,14s at $6 41). and a number of the leading business men of the county came to the sale. Total sales for week, 1,133,050. Hen Clarkion, of Big Spring, was here Total sales to date, 10,928,451. HARDMHTLER. WEBSTERJTONE CO. Jrj Popular Young People Are Mar- Elects Officers and Directors ried at the Bride's Home in For the Coming Year-Bri- ght Lexington. Prospects For 1915. Harned, Jan. 25. (Special.) Mr. Guy W. Butler and Miss Nettie Hard-maof Lexington, were married at her home near Lexington last week. Miss Hardtnan, with her parents, formerly lived near here, but moved to Lexington several years ngo, where she has since resided. They are both very popular oung people, and their many friends extend congratulations and best wishes to them. They will stay here until spring when thev will go to Portland, Oregon, to make their no me. n, regret at a meeting at the Seclbnch last night the resignation from the princlpalshlp of Dr. H. H. Cherry, who took this course after announcing himself a candidate for the nomination for Governor on the Democratic ticket. Dr. Cherry has been with the institti tion since it was organized In lOOii, and his resignation takes ellect March 1. This date was set by the board of regents because the midwinter term of school is not yet at an end. The board spoke highly of the service rendered by Dr. Cherry to the cause ot education In Kentucky. Prof, Hamlett, who Is chairman of the board, Is tipped as Dr. Cherry's probable successor. The position pays $4,000 a year. Prof Hamlett is now Superintendent of Instructions of Kentucky, a position which he would have to resign were he elected principal of the Western Ken tucky Normal before his term expired Evening Post, variety, the grandeur, the stability and permanence of Heaven. A thought of comfort and promise was brought out in the words, "I go to prepare i place Brother Cottrell said he for you." understood that Mr. Wine left an insurance policy. "1 believe in Insur ance." said Brother Cottrell, "but the greatest policy of all Is the one a person takes out for eternal life. I have every reason to believe that Mr. Wine carried this uolicy." These remarks .lVnt.nli tinmp tfnrv nlnse to those Who Hoeard them the Importance of prepara- lnn fnr the future for eternity. The lite of Mr. Wine and the last tribute paid to him were a benediction. Clothing Department. Mr. Sapp Dead. t Jas. Sapp, of near Fordsville, died last Thursday. He was a brother of Mrs. Chas. Simmons. Mr Sapp was a son of Mr. Joe Sapp and leaves a wife and three sons. His death was caused from r: ii 1 The Canary Bird Back. The Canary bird has come into its own again. The birds come inexpensive gilded cages, furnis ed with bath Ft tnhe und nf tractive food travs. There f't are two Canaries already in Cloverport. Mr. W. N. CHne, of Iowa, is now head of the clothing department of B. F. Beard & Co. He succeeds Mr. Amos Board, who has had charge of this department for several years, and had to Mr. resign on account of ill health. Judge Moorman's Candidacy. Cline comes well recommended, and having had several years' experienc- - in this Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman, of line, will make a valuable addition to liardinsburg, is a candidate for Mr. Beard's force by the Democratic party as ComAttorney in the Ninth monwealth's Judicial district, made up of Grayson, Interest Growing In Breckinridge, Meade and Hardin counYoung Men's Bible Class. ties. Judge Moorman spent Wednesday at the Watterson Hotel in Louisville. So Circuit Judge The Young Men's Bible Class of the far he has no opposition. Methodist Sunday school continues to J R. Layman, of Elizabethtown, has so increase in membership and interest. far no opposition in the same district for Circuit Judge. Louisville Post. O. Berry has been elected Emmett Edmondson, president; and Chas. Fallon, secretary. The Rev. W. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Here. C. Frank is teacher. R N. Hudson, president and general manager of the L , H. & St. L. Ry. , and Names Omitted. Mrs. Hudson were here in their private car Wednesday, returning to Louisville An error ot some kind caused the Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hud-so- u of names of third grade pupils omission expect to take apartments at the iu 'Honor Roll for fourth month. Names Weissenger-Gaulbeby February 1st. Robert Oelze, Samuel are as follows: Edward Conrad, Addie Mode. rt Irvington, Jan. 23. (Special). At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Webster Stone Co , held in Irvington January 11, the following ofW. J. l'iggntt, ficers were elected: president and treasure'; W. H. Tompkins, general manager; C. J. Carnegie, sales manager; Fred Brite, scretarj; E C. Hennlng, general counsel. The above officials coustitute the directors. There is a movtment on foot to install two new boilers and purchase a Operation Sunday. well drill. When said equipment is in place the plant will be in good running A. II. Oelze underwent an operation shape. The pro.pect of business for Sunday. It was successfully performed the year looks very bright. by Dr. E. C. McDonald and Dr. Simons. Sixty men of Ilreckeuridge county were summoned by the sheriff of Meade county to serve 011 the jury in the case of J. G. Cox-- charged with the murder of Dan Douell in August, I9I2. The prosecuting attorney N Commonwealth's Attorney Henry Dellaven .Moorman. Cox, the defendant, is represented by Claude Mercer and W. I). Ashcraft. Thirty men were summoned from liardinsburg and thirty from Cloverport by Deputy Sheriff W. R. Heavrin, of Meade county, assisted here by W. C. Pate, deputy sheriff of Ilreckeuridge. It was 110 small job to summon the men. They went until midnight until they got thirty, going direct to their homes instead of using the telephone. The men who went from Cloverport yesterday were as follows: Frank Storms, W. V. Perkins, Henry Yeager, Joseph Allen, P. E, Scott, R. O. Perkins, J. K. Miller, Joe Iteavin, D. B. Not Seriously Hurt. Phelps, Chas. Holder, Jas. llurk( Earnest Mike Tucker was injured while at Evans, W. G. Weathington, Jess Isome, work at the Hendeison Route shops J. M. Gregory, Nat Tucker, J. W. Pate, Thursday, but not as seriously hurt as June Adams, II. F. Shellman, Marion was first thought. One rib was broken Behen, Proctor Keith, Albert McKaughn, George Mullen, W. K. Dorst, J. W Weatherholt, Win. Clark Ed White-heaNotice. Jas. Ilishop, J. II. Carson, Tom All persons knowing themselves in- Downs. debted to me for City and School taxes will save cost by Fettling same at once. W. CARLTON L. V. Chapin, City and School Tax . Collector. J. Dies at the Age of Eighty-Tw- o Years Pioneer Resident of Hawesville. Hancock Clarion Notes. McQuady Milling Co. THE CASH MILL Patent Flour, por barrel Per' 24 pound sack GOLDEN GRAIN FLOUR, per barrel Per 24 pound sack....... Corn Meul, per bushel BRAN AND SHIPSTUFF MIXED, per ton COTTON SEED MEAL, per ton COTTON SEED MEAL, single hundreds $ 7 40 Si 93 7 00 89 90 .. 27 50 30 00 1 50 We Pay Freight on 400 Pounds or More John Adkins, one of Hancock's old and respected citizens, passed away at 10 o'clock Wednesday night after a long Illness, at his home near Utility, aged 75 years. A. lM. Roberts, one of Hancock's most prosperous and progressive farmers, who has resided near Pence school house for many years, has purchased a residence on Frederica street road, near Owensboro, and moved to his new home this week. Mrs. Nan Marshall, of Sklllman, has received word of the death of her nephew, Thos. Bennett, at Hebbards-vllle- , in Henderson county; also the death of her niece, Mrs. Chapman Briscoe, who, before her marriage, was Miss Annie Bennett. It looks now like Hancock is to be strictly a "Ford county," insofar as automobiles are concerned. Last year Tom Hale, the genial Ford agent here, sold thirteen machines, all of which gave perfect satisfaction in every respect. Mr. Hale has received three handsome touring cars from the fac tory with which to begin his 19i5 busi- The operation was on his foot which has As the result of a severe coughing given him much suffering during the spell shortly before 6 o'clock Tuesday Breckenrldge Nows has had a last year. Mr. Oelze is better today. The afternoon, Mrs. J. W. Carlton, one of beautiful calendar shower for I915, and the pioneer residents of Hawesville, one of the prettiest received was the Woman's Forward and widely known in Owensboro, died calendar of J. C. Nulte & Bro , sent by Movement Closed. before 7 o'clock at her home, in which "special delivery" Thursday. The lo she had lived since IHI5. cal reporter has learned how to spell With JS.ooo raised, the Woman's ForMrs. Carlton was eighty-tw- o years calendar this month well enough to ward Movement, organized to raise old and was widely known on account remember It until next December. $20,000 for the Illiteracy Commission, of her many charitable deeds. De The calendar compliments are always has closed. Expenses of the organiza- spite her advanced age she had been in appreciated, especially when accom tion arc to be deducted from this amouu excellent health, and her sudden depanied by a year's contract for adver- wieh will leave from 54,000 to 5,000. mise caused universal regret throughtising in The Hreckenrldge News. The remainder of the 20,000 needed by out Hancock county. Mrs. Carlton the Illiteracy Commission will be raised was the daughter of one of the pioneer Cannelton Notes by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart and Dr. J. settlers of Hawesville. Before her G. Crabbe, a committee appointed by From The Telephone. the Illiteracy Commission last May to marriage she was Miss Lindsay. She Is survived by her husband, raie money. three sons and two daughters. Mrs. J. Dr. Logan Esarey, of Bloominjton, W. Porter, of Owensboro, Is a sister of connected with the department of hisLow Rates on Magazines. the deceased, and Mrs. J. N. Alsop, tory at Indiana University, was In the American Magazine and The Woman's also of Owensboro, Is a grandchild. city Saturday on his way to TobinsHome Companion together one year, Owensboro Messenger. port to visit his father. Perry county price $2.00; regular price $3. is proud of Logan Esarey. American Magazine and Delineator Miss Vivian Snyder has returned together one year, price $2.40. home after a lengt.iy visit at CloverAmerican Magazine and Lippiucott's port with relatives Her uncle, L. L. together one year $3 25; regular price Mitchell, accompanied her home for a Calendar Shower. Candidates! American Magazine and Review of Reviews together one year, $3; regular Graduation Examination. price $4 50. The County Graduation ExaminaThe Delineator and The Ilrcckenridge tion for Common School Diplomas will News together one year, $2.25; regular be held Friday and Saturday, January price $2.50. 20 and 30, at the following places: The American and The Ilreckeuridge Hardlnsburg, Stephensport and West News, together one year, 2.25; regular View, beginning at 0 o'clock a. m. prtce $2.50. All applicants please be on time. The Ilreckeuridge News and The DeJ. W. TRENT, S. S. B. C. signer together one year, $1.50. short visit here. $4-5- Veteran Democrat Dead. Other State News. 011 Twin Girls Arrive. Announcement has been received of the arrival of twin girls at the home of died Mr. and Mrs. Charles Randall, of Van who realizo tho necessity of telling voters about the nominations they want, should order sufficient advertising npaco, so it will not bo overshadowed by other advertisements. Win. J. Semoniii, of Louisville, a Brook street car Saturday morning Heart failure caused his death. The courthouse at Irvine, Ky,, was blown up by dynamite Friday night. Buren, Arkansas. The little girls are the only daughters in the Randall family of the Virginia and Kentucky connections. Editorial comments nro not for purchase, but advertising space will bo supplied at our regular rates. May theso wo Let Us Have Your Order "Cash With It" McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, My. ness. He now has thirty-fivprospecWill Nurse Allies. Miss M. H. Greenwood, of Irvington, tive buyers on his list and will no doubt Miss Nora McAdoo, daughter of Laken-veldeKy., recently sold her pen of sed machines to the most of them. to J. O. Reld, of Lombard)' Secretary of the Treasury, and Miss Heights Poultry Farm, Stanford, Ky. Kathrlne Brltton will sail next SaturSells His Farm. Mr. Reld showed them at the recent day for the war zone, where they are Dear Mr. Uabbage: I have sold my Kentucky State Poultry Show at Lex- to do nursing for the allies. They will farm. Please do not advertise It any ington and won four blues with them, be stationed at a private hospital for soldiers in the South of France. more. I think It pays to advertise. Farmers Home Journal, ThU is the Urst time I aver did and had a letter in a fw days in answer to New Style in Handwriting. Chapters Even This Week. my ad. Thanking you or your servThe new style of handwriting is called ice, I am, Yours respectfully, The chapters of The Million Dollar Mystery are even with the pictures at the "natural slant," and is being taught H. G. SHREWSBURY, in the schools today. The American Theater this week. ,McQuady, Ky. rs Won Four Blues. furnish you at once? The Breckenridge Cloverport, News, Ky. HARNEDNEWS. New Store Opened- -A Splendid Program For W. M. Sons Named For Well known S.-L- ittle Beard's Big 10 Days Red Tag Sale Is Still in Full Sway. People. Tne Baptist Woman's Missionary Society will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Arch Weatherford Saturday, January .'!). The guests will Include nil the members. Besides the devotional exercises the program will Include the following papers: Our Aim for the New Year -- Our President. Lite of R J. Willlngham nnd its In fluence on Southern Baptist Mission- sMrs. W. T. Gregory. Letter from 1'ersla Mrs, Jas. McCoy. A Century of Missions Miss Virginia l'ayne. Select Reading It Couldn't be Done, So She Did It Mrs H. B. Moorman. Little Helen Norton, who has been quite sick, is improving. Milton iMvis, and .son, Carl Davis, nnd John Alexander and son, Lee, were in Louisville last week selling tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. Beavin .Hunningar and little sou, Walter, of Kingswood, visited relatives at Hardinsburg and Hat ned last week. Little Zadie Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Alexander, of Buras, is quite sick with pneumonia at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander. The new boy baby at Rev. C. L. $C Brulngton's has been christened Finis MacAdoo Brulngton. Misses Maye Bile and Nevia Millner were in Hardlusburg shopping Wednes- and they are going. We put this Sale on to K Save you money and to sell the goods, and we are standing by what we claimed p We have put the price on the goods 1 V 30 Pounds of Granulated Sugar For Sl.OO This Sale only lasts three more days, and during that time, come in and let us tell you how you can get that wonderful bargain of 30 pounds of pure, sweet Granulated Sugar for $1.00. ! day. The new store of I. M. Tucker Is nearing completloi), and when finished will be one of the prettiest stores to be found in the county. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Alexander are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a ten pound boy, January 14. They have named him David Murray Alex- BARGAINS ander. Chas. Butler, of Buras, who has accepted a position with a Virginia To bacco Co., was here Friday with a full line of samples. Marshall Norton and Cy Moorman were in liardinsburg Saturday on business. $3.51 $6.51 cut on Men's $20 suits. $2.02 cut on Boys' $5 suits. $6.51 cut on Laeies' $17 cloaks. BARGAINS cut on Men's $10 suits. Think of saving that much on just a $10 suit. ! BARGAINS ! $4.51 $2.00 $4.00 cut on Men's $15 overcoats. cut on $12.50 oak dresser. cut on $12.50 kitchen cabinet. You can't figure this anything else but Bargains, and the longer you stay away the more of them you miss. THIS SALE ONLY LASTS THREE HORE DAYS. Every BEARD customer a pleased customer. Try the BEARD way; take a BEARD treatment, and remain a pleased BEARD customer. Woman Cures Horse Colic. The men were away as usual. The horse was bad. A lone woman could not "drench" in the old way. She called up a neighbor and her men "We have Farris were away but: Colic Remedy that you drop ou the horse's tongue," says Mrs. Neighbor. So she came over and dropped Farris Colic Remedy ou the horse's tongue and the horse was well when the men Get Farris Colic came home. Moral: Kemtdy so the wimen can cure horse colic. We sell it at 50 cts. a bottle on the Money Back Plan. For sale at Wtdding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky FARM B. F BEARD & CO. company has allowed none of its employees, sick and in need, to suffer this winter. Ir is well worth while to give one's best service and kindly thought to the company, not onlv the officials, but the emploees with whom one works. ReneCles Won't Con The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves l'aln and Heals at the same time. "5c, COc, $1.00. Cures Old I Sor::, Other NOTES. hot-be- Some New Resolutions d It U time to construct that frame. No structure about the garden For Farmers. or yard will give more value for the .same time and cost than a Kcsolvcd That we will so far ns Painting aids greatly in improving lies In our power resist the temptation the appearance and prolonging the lite to become blue, and give up in despair of machines. It should be used freely hot-be- d. over the present demoralized condition of the business world, occasioned by the European war tying up and preventing trade with practically every country over there, thereby leaving us with a good part of our cotton crop un-- I sold and the debts Incurred in making same unpaid; and that we will make a determined elTort to contribute our might towards relieving the situation. To this end, we will, first on any andev 'ry occasion relieve our creditors of as much of the strain (that their liability have put them under In advancing whatever of their ware was needed to further our farms) by selling some commodity and placing And, the proceeds to the!r credlc. second, by placing actual needs ahead desires; and whensoever there is no actual need to occasion buying at all we will abstain from same until such time as we may do so without asking and receiving credit that any further strain may be kept from the country's of FACTS ABOUT LAMBS. E. L. Vincent In The Inland Parmer. finances. wheu needed. Red lead and linseed oil make a tenacious paint and one of the best for all farm implements. The farmer who puts away his farm machinery without oiling and cleaning it is certain to lose iu the deterioration of the machinery many times what the time to care for it would have been worth. The loose leaf floors have demonstrated several thing', but especially and with most furce, that quality is what brings the high prices. But this has often been demonstrated before. Telephones on Farms at Low Dangers of a Cold. Do you know that of alt the minor ailments colds are by far the most dangerous? It is not the colds themselves that you need to fear, but the serious diseases that they so often lead to. For that reason every cold should be gotten rid of witli the least possible delay. To accomplish this you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy of great help to you. It loosens a cold, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration nnd enables the system to throw oil the cold. For sale by all dealers. Rates If there is no telephone on your farm write for our Free Booklet telling how you may get Service at 50 cents per month and up. Charity of The Henderson Route Information comes from Miss Lulie Henuing, president of the Belgian Relief Fund Committee, of Louisville, that the L., II. & St. L. R'y Co. have their willingness to carry free of charge supplies addressed to the Belgian Relief Committee of Louisville. In sending a package it is necessary to notify the local agent in order that he may take the matter up and secure the permission from the freight official. This Is only one evidence of the charity of the Henderson Route, The d A postal will do! Address:- - Farmers Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED Resolved, That we will not give heed to the calamity howlers, pessimists and extremists; that we cutout commercial fertilizers and cotton en tlrely, and, Instead grow oats to the exclusion of everything else, thus put ting ourselves in an even worse shape than does all cotton, for other sections can grow oats whereas no other part of our common country can divide the cotton monopoly with us. Resolved, That all we need to give us the benefits of a monopoly is a more systematic and business like method uf making and marketing this staple necessity, for the world to come to terms and give us a living price for the fruits of our labor. To this end, we will plan and work to make this and a full quota of food and s at the least possible cost, that we may not then, as now, have to sacrifice all to the debt The farm's fertility shall be further augmented by a more careful handling of the animal residue, and In tne seasons to come, these shall be better provided for more feed, and better feed, more and better shelter, and more and better stock even, shall be provided on our farm to take care of Us feeds, Inmates and the markets; and still further Increase the fertility and crop yields. Resolved, That we will continue to abstain from all intoxicants whatsoever; and that we will further resist the desire to "sell out and move to town" and occupy a 3 by 4 pen with an alley frontage at a toll of seven per month, to be paid out of a weekly stipend of six to seven fifty and a score more of things making the same demands on the said six to seven ilfty. That the same amount of early rising, rushitig and working will give more of creature comforts and pleasures out In the ouen aud much discredited country, and that we will apply the same principles of "push consignments" to our farm and note the results, fully expecting an Increase as good or better from a change in amount of energy expended In the country, as may be obtained from same In town, the latter being compulsory. Rex McKay, Georgia, In Inland Farmer. feed-crop- Never within my recollection has the outlcok for the American farmer been better than it is right now, so far as sheep and lambs are concerned The country is being raked and scraped as with a fine tooth comb for wool and mutton. The farmer who brings a lamb to market will not have to go far to sell it. Everything that belongs to the sheep industry Is certainly booming. And the prospect is good for some time to come. Wool the world must have; meat is going to be a staple article for all time. It has seemed to me worth while all along to urge farmers who are situated so they can to keep some sheep. The wisdom 61 this course must now, be apparent. For a minute or two, let us think of the lambs. These are to be the sheep of tomorrow. How shall they De cared for to make them the best possible? On many farms, the lamb does not have a very good time, tie is otten left to shift for himself and, more times than ought to be, he is kicked around and abused, counted as of very little account The sensible roan will look on his lambs as money in the bank, drawing interest every day. He will give them just the best place he can to stay in, not necessarily a warm place, but a good dry place, with some shelter from the winds and the storms. Cold storms take a great deal out of lambs It stops their growth in a greater or lesser degree. For an uncomfortable lamb cannot put on as much flesh nor develop In body as It would otherwise, Seems as if it ought not to be said that lambs ought to be well fed. That thould go as a matter of course. But what Is good feeding for a lamb? Often the lamb in the winter months gets lit. tie besides dry hay, perhaps timothy at that, which is a very poor feed for any animal, when given exclusively, if feeding timothy, add to the rution some grain every day. We have found that oats are as good as anything we ever tried for this purpose. A bit of corn meal and an occasional change to wheat bran make for the best good of the Iamb, As lambs are apt to be more or less constipated In winter, the .wheat bran helps to counteract this tendancy. As laxatives, also, a fewvegetables regularly are good. Turnips, chopped fine, have a good effect in bringing about a free movement of the bowels. To this we may add salt in a fair amount and plenty of good water. And it should be temembered that the lambs should be well fed, both before and after they have stopped taking milk from the mother sheep. It may be doubted whether or not there is n better grain feed for lambs than ground corn, so far as putting on flesh Is concerned. The lambs like it, nnd when balanced by laxatives such as have been mentioned above, we may look for good growth. But a word of caution Is in place here. When corn meal Is fed in too large quantities, to the exclusion of other and more laxative foods, sickness may follow. Take a ration of all timothy hay and all ground corn meal and the chances are that we will soon have sick sheep. To lighten up a ration, ground peas are good, and these are almost as good as meal to make flesh. It is not best to have either the corn or the peas ground too fine. The lambs seem to like the coarser ground food best and do full better on it. Just a word here as to the comparative gain made by pure bred lambs and those that have little pure blood in them. We often hear It said that this has little to do with the progress a lamb may make, but careful experiments prove that this Is not true. A lot of d lambs of and well-kestock was matched against a like number of scrubs, with the result that the better bred lambs on the same feed made 8.6 pounds per week a head against 3.27 pounds for the scrubs. Here Is a bint we may well take. well-bre- Cough Medicine for Children. Never give a child a cough medicine that contains opium in any form. When opium Is given other and more serious diseases may follow. Long ex perience has demonstrated that there is no better or safer medicine for coughs, colds and croup in children than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is equally valuable for adults. Try it. It contains no opium or other harmful drug. For bale by all dealers. The Fair That Educates. . The thirteenth annual Kentucky State Fair will be held in Louisville, Septem ber I3 to 18. It is not too early now to plan your exhibits and work for the prize awards. J. L. Dent, the secretary, will be pleased wanted. to furnish Information BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Now is the time to subscribe f THE SECRET OF SUCCESS IN RACE FOR GUBERNATORIAL NOMINATION HMilMl.ll :m MWI Ucnulnc Aterlt Requited to Win' the People's Confidence. Have jou ever stopdtd to reason why It Is that so many products that are extensively advertised, all nt occo drop cut of sin lit urn! are Mon forgnltci? The reason Is plain the article did not fulfil the promise of the manufacturer. This applies more particular to medicine. A medical preparation that has real curative volue nlmost sells itself, as like nn endless chain sj stem the remedy Is recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who are in need of it. 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According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success Is due to of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t the fact that It fulfils nlmost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder diseased, corrtcts urinary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. You may recti ve a sample bottle of Swamp-Hoo- t by Parcels Post. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and enchxc ten cents; also mention The Breckenrldge News. Hardmsburg Mill Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong STEPHENSPORT Our school closed last week on account of measles. About 10 casts in and around town. We were pleased to have Rev. Theodore N. Compton, of Owensboro, to fill the pulpit at the Baptist church last third Sunday. Morning subject -3 When in Need of Anything Come to us rrr v rr'irT iran CONGRESSMAN A. 0. STANLEY. MAMMOUTH BRONZE TURKEYS! $5.00 for one Young Gobbler; $8.00 per pair; $11.00 for trio; young gobbler weighs 25 pounds. STANLEY SHIES HAT IN RING Announces Candidacy for Gover- norship at Primaries, IS OPPOSED TO RING RULE Will Also Turn Light On Activities of Legislative Lobbyists If Elected to High Office Promises to Conserve Resources of State and Work For Better System of Highways Opposes Convict Contract System. Formal announcement was made in Washington by Representative A. O. Stanley that ho will seek the Democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky at the primaries next August. In his statement Mr. Stanley promises that if elected he will rid the state board of valuation and assessment of all outside influences and thut his administration will bo absolutely free from all taint of ring rule. His statement follows: Mr. Stanley's Statement. "One of the greatest issues which will confront the Democracy of Kentucky at the ensuing August primary election will be the control of the 'state board of valuation and assessment and the tremendous powers inherent in it. The Democrat who is to be elected governor must turn a face of flint toward every proposal to use this board for putting screws to any public service corporation which to do Its bidding, or for rowarding with any character of privilege or exemption such corporations as may agree to become part and parcel of the political machine. For unless a governor of Kentucky can keep clean the board of valuation and assessment he can not give an honest, economical and efficient administration. He is in chains. "I shall be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky, and I do not desire to be governor unless I can be free. mfiy--tefu- tion In office to mean that the same set shall rotate from one office to another and back again every four years. True Function of Governor. "It Is known of all men that Percy Haly proposes cither to nominate himself as governor of Kentucky or some respectable figurehead of his own selection whom ho can own and con trol and that men sha.ll be Ineligible board to position on the of assessment and valuation, whose names do not appear on his exclusive roll of honor (?). I shall fight with all the energy I possess and shall exert to the utmost all the authority vested In me to prevent the Intermeddling by an offlceholding trust or a petty political hierarchy with these or any other offices in the state, and I shall light every concerted attempt to dictate nominations for national, state, district or county offices. "The function of the governor and those associated with htm is to transact the business of the state in such a way as to redound to its credit and to that of his party and the security and prosperity of the people and not to construct an endless chain of officeholders, from street sweeper to chief magistrate, for the purpose or maintaining perpetually In power a political triumvirate and a pampered and protected lobby. 1 shall fight the Haly Rhea - Shackelford triumvirate now In control as bitterly as I shall fight any other Individual or combination which may seek to pillage our state. No Invisible Government. "I willingly surrendered a seat In congress to light above all else that most insidious and abominable men ace to tho liberties and property rights 'invisible governof a free people ment' powers nominally vested In tcnovolent and respectable figures, actually exercised by covert and cunning emissaries of every favor-seeking g Kvery day has been made a special at the Louisville Auto Show, Lou isville, Ky., February 1st to 8th, but Interest fortunato and the big day will be Kentucky Day enough to have a friend at court. The Louisville Show bids fair to be a "If elected governor of Kentucky I distinct rival of both of the great exsolemnly and earnestly pledge the people of tho commonwealth hero and hibits at New York and Chicago, the now that I will turn the calcium light greatest automobile shows of the coun upon tho lobbyist and upon all who try, in decoration, in music, in special seek to secure positions of honor or features, no show ever attempted in privilege by any secret or unholy althe South can possibly approach the liance with him. Derfectlon of the Automobile Show to night. be held at the Armory, Louisville, this The Need of the State. vear. Every automobile of any conse earnestly endeavor, If made "I shall Cure Hog Cholera sequence made In the United States chief magistrate of my native state, will be on exhibit as well as every new encourage every word "cure" is seldom used In device accessory, in fact all things The tc conserve and legitimate business and industry, connection with hog cholera. Wh? related to the automobile. whether large or small, to encourage Because of the frequent failures. Hut the Investment of capital in and the we use the word "cure" and guaranRotation In Office. Can't look well, eat well, or feel well as Keep the blood "One of the vital issues which the development of our unrivaled and to tee that B. A. Thomas Hog Powders with Impure blood. resources; Eat Democracy of the state will be called yet almost undeveloped will cure oO hoes out of 100. The pure with Burdock Blood Bitters. 'promote the construction and opera upon to indorse or repudiate is the record today Is a little over 05 out of simply, take exercise, keep clean, and principle of endless rotation in offlce. tion of public highways to the end every 100, so we guarantee 00. good health Is pretty sure to follow may find a better and I am convinced that the question of that our people We don't care what others may think $1.00 a bottle. speedier access to the market, the ofvhether or not a single coterlo of As or say. We know what we are doing and ficeholders shall perpetuate them- mill, tho schoolend, I the church.abolifavor tho and will sell you B. A. Thomas Hog 25 Days' Tour to California. selves in power by rotating in differ- means to this the ent offices will be settled in August as tion of prison contract labor and tho Powder, cuaranteelnc that it will save Among Bowmar's Tours planned for on o out of ten hogs. It is medicine overwhelmingly as the people adopted employment of tho convicts tour.to California, It Is because it's 1015, Is the that provision In tho present state roads of the state. endeavor to pro- stralcht medicine. including six days visit to the Panama "I shall vigorously every straight medicine that It cures 0s times constitution, which renders of from every state official ineligible as his own suc- tect tho citizen confiscation; form see in IW. For sale at weuuing s orug Pacific Exposition nt San l'rancisco. to or Cost of the tou.1 from Louisville Is $207, store, uoverpori, rwy. cessor. That clauso In tho organic lawlessness The tour will be conducted by Mr. was thus heartily indorsed by tho that his person and his property are law socuro whether that property bo inGood Record at School. Daniel M. Bowmar, of Vet sallies, Aug people of Kentucky becauso thoy In or It would end ring rule in tho vested in Hvo stock, In lands his school 2, an ideal time for a vacation trip. Stuart Bahbage has closed stato house. But thero is better rea- manufacturing enterprises. unit law as always made at Mt. Plsgah after a most interesting Mr. Bowmar's parties are people. "I stand for tho county son for keeping a state official in the Mr. up of Interesting Kentucky U now exists, and will, If' elected, do and satisfactory term of wor.r. same offlco Indefinitely In tho discharge of duties with which ho has all In my power to make It effectivetho Babbage was gratified over the aver School Notice. "Bellovlne that as governor of age attendance and the diligence of become familiar than to rotato him maThose who never missed a succession of positions In fctato I can render my countrymen I will conduct a Normal School nt through a pupils. carrying Into effect the which he has had no previous experi- terial tervlco In Marlon Newman, Frank Harned, beginning February 1, I9I5. day were: tho reforms I have mentioned, I re Newman and Pearl Basham, ence. Mary reasonable. So far tpectfully solicit their support as a Hvan mlsspd nnlv two half davs. Board und tuition only school "The Democratic party In Kentucky of the as I know this is the for the Democratic nominawill no longer tolerate a political War- candldato There are forty two school children in kind to be held In this county. Come v governor of wick at the head of a close corpora- tion for tho office of August primary the district, only twenty eigne wem you. In the ensuing enrolled. Better roads to Mt. PUgah and we will do our best for tion of officeholders who have twisted K. T. LASLIE. A. O. STANLEY." will mean an Increased attenuance. Democratic doctrine of rota election. (he old day Ken-tucV- "The Burled was from Islah Keed." Evening service, Psa. "No Man Cared For My Soul." While here he was the guest of Gardner Hawkins, Sr., who was converted under his preaching seven years ago: .Mr. Hawkins is In his 80th year and is able to be out in town when the weath er permits. Our operator, O. W. Dowell, has the measles. Mr. Bruner, of Frymire, has charge of the depot. Mrs. E. H. Miller is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Annie Hook, of Hardlns- burg. Prof. Roy T. McCoy Is visiting his parents at Union Star. James Buchanan, of Unlontown, was visiting friends and relatives here and at Rome, Ind., last week. A. C. McKaughan, of Cloverport, was the guest of his mother Sunday. Hugh Brown, of Owensboro, was at the bedside of his father. Ell Brown. last Sunday. Mr. Brown has been very ill for sometime. Mrs, O W. Dowell and son, Clifford. who have been visiting relatives in Daviess county, arrived home Sunday morning. Miss Esther Payne is in Fordsville a visitor of Miss Abbye Whlttlnghlll. Harr Kemp left Saturday for Valpa raiso, Ind., where he will enter school. Mrs. G. W. Payne was in Louisville last Thursday on business. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg, Is the guest of Mrs. V7. J. Schopp. Yandal Sargent, aiter spending a few weeks with ills mother, Mrs. W. B. Gardner, has" returned to Owens- baro. G. A. Payne has entered school here with the intention of preparing for a high school course. Jas. T. Basham, attorney, of Hard lnsburg, was In town last week on business. Pastor Hoffman filled the pulpit at the M. E. Church Sunday morning and Fine Plymouth Rock Cockerels For further particulars write to Sl.OO Each ci; si MRS. THOS. BEARD, CIOIZZ3C :: Hardinsburg, Ky. -i WAKES UP THE LIVER Llv Ver Lax puts the liver In tone to perform Us proper functions, giving new life, new vigor and strength to the entire system. Read what a prominent Texas farmer writes of April 1, 1014, "I take pleasure In saying for publi cation that by the use of Llv Ver-LaI have been cured of a disease which Is correctly described by the recognized symptoms of Billiousness, Stomach and x r-- r c; GOOD czj - .- r- ?z COMBINATION FOR 1915 $1.00 3.00 SO i JjJ Breckenridge News, 1 year Louisville Evening Post, Daily, 1 year Home and Farm, twice-a-mon24 page War Atlas th j 50 j; Total $5.00 ! j lAll For $3.50 r SEND SUBSCRIPTIONS TO m: ft Liver trouble, Constipation and result ing complications and commend its use! J. H. Brewer." to all like sufferers. A. H. Cain, Witness. vegetable compound, A harmless guaranteed to relieve all liver troubles; wonderful, quick and happy in results, having no nauseating, weakening effects like calomel. Sold in r0c and $1 bottles. Buy from druggists or from Medicine ComLebanon pany, Lebanon, Tenn. Klncheloe's Pharmacy. THE . BRECKENRIDGE . NEWS Cloverport, Ky. iTH Z? 71 5?? 7Z ?Z7Z2 v? Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Every Day a Big Day. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits ptitronugo of Cloverport Business Bath $1.50 Mon and Shoppers Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon OI'I'ICE TRENT & WALLS LIVERY STABLE PREPARED SPECIAL TO TREAT ALL TO ANIMAL DISEASES. ATTENTION GIVEN CALLS AT ALL HOURS. DR. R. P. KUNNECK, V. M. D. HARWNSHURG, KENTUCKY DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: fSW&Tn,. Alwtty0VauJr?url,ls Irdngton, Kj. News Want Ads. are Little Winners " .... ..... . 111 " THE BRECKENRIDGE issued livery Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JMJ. U. HABflAGL. LJilor and Publisher Tho Hon. Chas. Hlanford had to walk four miles Monday to catch a tr.tin. Tho road, ho said, was so bad it was hin only way Ynd for a man 75 years old tlifo is n liltlo tough. Mr. Hlanford was not the only man in this county who had to walk. There woro about 100 of them who enmo to Clovcrport last Saturday tho samo way. JANUARY 27, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. Evory section of Kentucky has an interesting race for nominations. Headline. It is hoped that every good man in Kentucky wH get interested and nominate tho right men for tho local offices as well as for tho State. Tho keen interest is usually taken by only tho politicians themselves. tpji s me s UUSINKSS LOCALS lOu per line, nnd 6c for ench additional Mr. Stanley is showing his temper in his raco for Governor. No insertion. in business. CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rato of man ever made a success of abuse, cither in politics or words novcr made a vote for a man or his purty. Harsh, bitter 10 cents per line. at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money OBITUARIES charged for "Some New Resolutions for Farmers," and "Facts About in advance. Lambs," are two articles of value and should bo read by every farmer. Exaniino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Tho man who says, "Stop my paper when tho timo is out," usually has the money to renew his subscription. Oh. be he king or peasant, he is happiest ttho in his home finds peace. Goethe. A woman would enjoy economizing more if she could see tho dollars she saves stacked on tho mantel piece. Raising Early rS SAF. POINTING Our Trust We will attend to your dead just the same as living. Make your will for you. It is the hope of every "prudent man" that after he has labored a life-tiand accumulated something for his dear ones, that his estate will be wisely handled and his wishes carried out. This can best be done by AP- Irish Potatoes. LOADING A SOLDIER. In the following remarks I shall try to pass along my experience in growing early Iris.li potatoes, hoping it may help Scv-ciasome other readers Irish potatoes require soil of n moder ately light, loamy nature I.anil for the Irish potatoe patch should have been heavily manured broadcast and plowed Where this in deeply last December. work was not completed it should now be done at once, or just as soon as the soil gets in fit condition for bundling The land should then be dragged thoroughly until the finest seed bed possible is obtained. After the plowing has been done if it should happen to come a heavy rain, thus delaying plant ing for week or more, it is then advis able to thoroughly disc before dragging. If the land was broken before January, use the dic just before planting; this is better than replowing. The potatoes should always be planted in February; that is, if the soil is in proper condition The earlier in the mouth the better. Some claim that just as early potatoes can be made by planting in March, but this is n mistaken idea, as I have learned from experience. After the ground is thoroughly preturn-plopared, take n and law off the rows about three feet apart, deeply, then plant the potatoes about twelve inches apart in the row. Then fill the furrow nearly full with good OUR LITTLE FRIENDS THE BIRDS. stable manure. Then use the same Recently a party of girls were eating apples and every girl, ex- plow and throw oil two good furrows, cept the hostess, threw the cores in tho fire. A guest asked her why forming a sharp ridge. With the manever destroy anything a bird can nure on top of the potatoes, together she didn't, and her reply was, with a good ridge on top of that, the eat." This cold weather the birds love to find crumbs scattered potatoes will keep warm even in the about tho windows of our homes. Ernest Harold Baynes writes of coldest weather; that is, in this section of the country and which will include our little friends as follows: Tennessee and Virginia as well. is not an act of charity, to feed tho birds at a season Just as soon as the warm days of when even their great courage and energy often fail. Call it spring arrive and before tlie potatoes beI will not dispute it; but, after all an act of friendship, and gin to appear through the ground, drag it is a duty the partial payment of a debt for tho hundred the ridges down nearly level. After they are up good, cultivate closely with joys which birds have added to our lives. But oven if they e a cultivator, using nothing but were not our creditors, tho fact that we call ourselves 'bird-lover- s the smallest teeth or hoes. They re should be sufficient to insure our feeding them in winquire frequent cultivation until they are ter; for it is not conceivable that wo would allow those wo laid by. S. C. Talbert, llaxter county, love to run the risk of starving to death, if by any reasonArk., In Inland Farmer. able cll'ort we could prevent, it. In spite of all we may do, BANKUTU CANNIBALS. many birds will die this winter: but tho more of us there are TOBACCO SALES. llardinsburir business men were very much interested in the fir.t l snle of the Clovcrport Loose Leaf Tobacco Company Saturday. telephoned to hear the outcome. Mr. Paul Compton, cashier of Tho Hank of Haidinsburg & Trust Company; Mr. C. V. Robertson and Mr. Thos. Heard arrived in the afternoon too late for the sale, but in time to hear Mr. Bradley Wilson's speech. The tobacco growers went home dissatisfied with prices and completely discouraged. Tin's will surely reduce the production foi 1915. It would be g to nil if the farmers would go home and make tho greatest up their minds never to raise another aero or half.acrc of tobacco. Not another leaf! The decision would menn a year of stress and strain, but after once increasing their corn acreage, and once getting a stnrt in live Mock raising, then the farmers would triumph. If the farmers would only organize into corn growers or live stock associawith them, then ultitions and the business men heartily mate success would bo ussured. Looking into the homed and across the fields of the one hundred men who came here Saturday, what does tobacco profit them? No, wo can nr.t blamo them for being discouraged, we can only urge them to avoid this disappointment again and again; it will come ycarty as long as they haul the weed to town. It is no small task for one person to direct the cll'orts of hundreds of men to higher ideals; it is difficult lo get one's closest friend to join a forward movement. To quit raising tobacco will be hard to net farmers to do and business men to encourage, but it is the only panacea for the difficulties that are before the farmers today. SATURDAY'S blc-sin- Weight! the Private! In European Armlet Have to Carry. The weight a soldier lu active service has to curry often becomes u burden, und frequently In a retreat or n fight much of It Is thrown uwuy. Nearly all the soldiers belonging to European armies have to carry about with them In the field a kit which to ranges lu weight from thirty-eigh- t pounds. The equipment that the dllTercnt soldiers curry about with them Is very similar. It generally comprises a rltle and bayonet, with rugs nnd so ou for keeping them rlean; an Intrenching tool and, of course, a number of rounds of ammunition, Then there are the with Various articles of clothing, changes, and a tirst aid outfit. All tbe soldiers with oiie exception carry a knife, fork and spoon, water bottle and mess tin. The Husslaus, who ure the exception, carry a wooden spoon only, which they keep In their boots. There'! also a supply of food carried and generally one or two reserve or emergency rations. Together with au overcoat and the knapsack and similar accoutrements, the load to be carried Is a considerable one. The Russians carry must, the weight pounds, while working out at sixty-onthe British. French and Germans come sixty-on- e e Gompany executors of your will. business for you after you are you attend to it yourself while TODAY. We will keep it safe Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. a THF RANK (IF HURfllNSRIIBR i in- - uiiiiii vi iiiiiiviuuuuiiu Hardinsburg, Ky. TRUST Ml vi iiiuui uui t2t A BARGAINS! I I 1 1 Just received a large consignment of Washington Red Cedar Shingles, Pine Finish, Poplar Weatherboarding, Flooring & Ceiling ulTord Br one-hors- e order, currying weights of forty-fou- r and thirty-eigh- t pouuds respectively. Pearson's Weeknext ly. In even, forty-s- THE LADY AND THE COBRA. With a Violin Recital the Effects of Which Were Magical. An Englishwoman residing In India one evening found to her horror that a huge cobra had colled Itself about ber veranda rails, near which she sat playing tbe violin. She was too near tbe snake to run with safety, so she continued playing while she gradually edged away. At first ber only Idea was to keep tbe creature thus engaged while she escaped, but when sbe bad gained a safer distance and perhaps fascinated by the unwonted sight a strange Inspiration seized ber. Sbe played air after air of different charac- "I I am olTcritifr at such bargain prices 3'ou can't not to buy, ven though you will not need it until later. which Also correspondingly low prices on all kinds of "It Building Material, Galvanized Iron and Rubber Roofing, Windows, Doors, Lime, Plaster, Cement, Paints, Varnishes, Window Glass, Building Hardware, Pumps, Mill Supplies, Pipe and Fittings. Buy Now and Save Money. one-hors- personal Attention. orders given prompt and Estimates on Application All who will give even a little thought, and go to even a little trouble, for their welfare, tho fewer deaths there will bo." g work, and wo wish we There are many branches of had space to write of every one. How to feed the birds that struggle along in tho woods and field is most interesting t boys. Wo hope thoy will study the gieat work that is being undertaken now by men and boys who love our avian creditors. bird-feedin- TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE MERCHANTS. One thing that should be carefully avoided during this financial stringency is taking advantage of the merchants in asking for credit. Bettor do without than to ask them to charge and to carry your account indefinitely. Tho merchants, no doubt, are advancing a huge amount of goods, and it is no light burden for them. When you charge every item, tho merchants aro not able to meet their bills. a denial to give men faith and True charity comes from courage in every walk of life. self-deni- SHELBY VILLE SHOULD, NOT BE DISCOURAGED. "Following tho dry vote last fall Shelbyville has increased its tax rato ten cents,'' reads a news special from that attractive little city, The citiwhich has had a hard struggle to rid its town of saloons. zens should not bo discouraged; thoy had bettor have increased taxes than an increased whisky business. Bettor for them to have less money, and sober men and boys. Tho dry voto will not only increase tho taxes, but it will increase best citizenship in Shelbyville. Tho farmers meet at Hardinsburg next Friday and Saturday. There is just ono topic that needs their attention, and that is good roads. They could very welldevoto tho whole of tho two days to this subject and take it homo with them and dUcuss it with their families. The road qtieition is tho foundation stone to build on. You can't do a thing without good roads. Thero is a way out of these miserable mud roads, and tho sooner wo find tho way the better for us all. Tho Brcckcnridgo Loo-i- e Leaf Houso is putting elocttic lights in their house. Tho light question is a big thing in a loose leaf house. Tho buyers want to see what thoy are buying, and plenty of light is a big thing for tho sollor. If ho has a good basket ho wants it to bo Been and bring tho top price. This is ono of tho best houses in tho Stuto. It is well equipped for soiling, for handling und for shipping, and it has u lot of good hustlers behind it. ter. MARION WEATHERH0LT, The effect was magical. That snnko behaved like nn ardent, hot blooded General Contractor Cloverport, Ky. disciple of Pagaulnl. Every variation of In tbe music, whether of volume or tone, produced Instantly a correspondA Belgian Kongo Savage Tribe That ing change In the attitude of the cobra. Cannot Be Subdued. played a lively dance It swayed The cannibal liaiiluitus of liclglun If sbe sideways In quick time and Kongo make n practice of removing Its body yet In graceful curves. Once she struck upper Incisors. Their dress the a number of false notes In rapid sucof :i plaited skirt, which docs not cession on purpose. The cobra winced quite meet on tho right thigh. Itut the and writhed In pain, ns If suddenly women of the south wear a hide girdle with a whip. with a deep fringe, of palm liber string. struck Thus the creature behaved like a mad Among this tribe the slaves are comtho lady, getting tired of pelled to wear n cpeclal dress, which musician till the sport, gradually moved herself faris, hi fact, the ordinary costume of then made a sudther and farther the Akela, to which tribe most of them den bolt Into her and and banged tbe room belong. The IiuuUutus are great cannileaving the cobra to wander disbals ns far as the male members of door, consolate to Its lair in tbe fields. Lontho tribe ure concerned, and tho vic- don Chronicle. tims are always slaves. In factt all slaves are ultimately eaten, since It Is 20 two-year-o- ld Jersey Heifers; will believed that If a slave were burled his ghost would kill his master. be fresh once. Place your order Their chief weapon Is tho bow, poison being used ou the arrows. Shields are tor a good cow. Prices right. For now obsolete. Ono of their most Interesting points is their use of a convencash only. tional throwing knlfo as currency. The Baukutus are almost the only tribe of this region who have been successful lu resisting the advance of the white man. This fact Is due to their skill in Ky. forest warfare. The way leading to their village Is defended by poisoned spikes hidden by leaves. They use bows and arrows set like traps In the form of primitive spring guns and aro Direction of Tobacco Rows. If so planted the plants in the row will qulto ready if n whlto man Is expected to bait such traps with a llvo baby, I'ew people in laying off tobacco shade each other and only about being sure that the European will be of each plant will be exposed to ground ever realize tbe direction of tbe .unable to resist the temptation to pick rows bave any effect on tbe quality of the rays of the sun up nn apparently abandoned child. The This method also helps to preserve r, tbe tobacco. Upon observation, poison they uso Is absolutely deadly. any one will notice that the rows moisture, The plants not only shade which run east ami west invariably each other but they prevent the sun British Lite Guards. bring in more money per acre Look from shining through to the ground and England's famuus Life guards, now about you and pick out the good crops cracking it. Thus the plants will stand regarded us the oldri-- t rnvulry com and you will be surprised to find that as dry weather better, and experience has maud lu the world, were organized shown that the tobacco is heavier even lu- -t g a rule they were planted in rows after the ivMuratloii. They were with u favorable season from Hie old cavaliers who east and west. Look about you and be convinced, louglit for I'rluee diaries Stuart, and The reason is very apparent Only a then give this method a trial. U. V. In UiUl they were formed Into three few years ago we heard a great deal Aventt in Indland Parmer. tioofis, then known iix the King's Own, about growing tobacco under canvas to the Duke of York's and the DuUe of Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days make the color brighter. The direct Albemarle's. At that time It was nl PAZO and continued rays of the sun make the Your druwl.t will refundnv money 1liItchta. ways demanded that one troop bbuiild 2,,,NTMENTU1I,to leaves thick and dark. If planted east Blind,BleedlniforProtriidIiijfPlteln6toH(tays. be raised lu Scotland lu honor of the and west each row shades the lower part TlMfiritapplk&tloagivctIUiead&tt. 30c. house of Stuart. It was the duty of of the' next one north. The plants the f.lfo guards to protect tbe sever, ten und tbe royal family. -- ArguuuuL See it at American Theater should be not more than two feet apart. Try Ad Today. con-feis- ts Breckenridge News and The Louisville Daily Herald Both One Year $3.00 For Sale! at BROS., Hardinsburg, BEARD one-four- th how-eve- run-uiu- lll ce a Want Wh Breckenridge News 27, 1915 WEDNESDAY, JAN. Efittrcrt at the 1'ost Onllco at Otof crnort, Ky nsnocood clum matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Clearance sale of old newspapers this vn k, 'i bunches for 5 cents. Tho Breckcnridge News olllse. Stcrrett Jnrboe has returned home from the West for a visit to his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John C. Jnrboe. Mrs. D, T. Coinrie and little daughter, Mist Mary Alice Coinrie, have returned home from Grand Rapids, Mich. GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS HUES FOR POLITICAL $ 2.50 For Precinct nnl city Offices 6.00 For County Offices Vor State and District Offices. ...f 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards. Der Hne For All Publications lu tbe interest of Individuals or expression 1 of individual views oer Hne Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective December 14, 1914. fllir. A. leva rlnturlmft. Arrivinit iuiisviiic. ' . H:30A Vn IJ7 will Ia.iv. rlnvupnnpt i ArriviniruwcnsiH)ro Arriving Henderson m.lnstcnil lii will lenv. Pln.PFtirM. 4 ;M II. woo leav of 4:57 ns heretofore: Itwlll IrvlnittonSsMp. m. Instciul of (1:01 Mrt 11. will rersonai rarayi auna About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- ciuaeu. ! ...... House for Rent. T. F. Sawyer. Kd Alexander went to Louisville Mon- day. Miss Pearl Hall Is visiting in Miss Mildred Hawes-ville. Habbage will entertain the Fridav.Oub. Kdward Morrison, of Irvington, is the guest of relatives. Hugh Ilarrett Severs, who has been ill two weeks, is'better James lleavin was at McQuady last week visiting relatives. The Choral Club will meet with Miss Edith l'lank Monday night. Miss Kathrine Moorman arrived home Thursday night from Louisville. The Ladies' Reading Club will be by Mrs. H. V. Duncan. with I.OCAT, I l'l H'VriONH. n tltry rnnnor ic irli II pint iif Inr iltanim. illsonno, e l:i n lium-ft nnd In oul.-- in curr- - II you mnia lilip Inill .1 Catarrh Cure H ternal iriniillii.. II. taken liiiiTiwilly, mill no' illnrtly upon Niitb. Advertisers plenv notify tlie editor tlip IiIimiiI nml iinii'uiiH Mirftire. lluH'i iih'i1IMih nun-It whin you wunt mlverttsetiient illicontlmini. Cnlnrrh I'lim In was fironrlhnil by tn rf tho lust In tills niimtiy f"r ycnrn nnil 11 W'AN'TIill (Inn of tlio law muffsInn n. rretiliir tirinrrlpllo'i. It I" rniiip'uril of IMilnir homes desires to etnptov an Allio bent tonlcd Icnnwn. r uMilnnl with tho ctive mini or nomati In Hits community to nn I'm hiuidle upeehil plim which Inn proven best blunt purifiers, n. luv.r pr limbic, (I001I opi'tihiK lor rltfht siirfncos. Tin' perfect rnnihlnn-tlo- n Fred Pierce, Wallace mid Allen Pierce mucous Hip two Inffri'illrnts Is what piirty. Addnsi with two referenees. I'ui of Sunday with In eurliiR il'lier, llox l.V. Times fii. c!ti.. New Ytrk sueli wonderful lesulti were at Rose Hill to spend City. rntnrrli. Honil fnr li atlmotilnls. free. their mother, Mrs. R. B Pierce. J. CIIDNHY fk CO.. rrnp., Toledo, O. Fold liy llrilftRlstn. price 7.V. For Sale W. T. Maccy, of Hamcd, is ready, if Tak Haifa Family Tills for comtlpatlon. and DwellltiR nnd sufficiently urged, to get into the race ONK Hloro llouso sieplienspon nnd oro of Land. for Represt ntative on the Republican ru.iil, live h .'ram lliirdlnshurir, nnd save for years to build n big house, Ky.-- C. .1. Cox. It K I). S. Iliirdlnsliur, Ky. ticket. in squalor and rearing the children Bargains in Wyandotte Cockerels. Miss Rosa I.ce Newton nnd Charles sordid surroundings and then t'tlllty White Lee Newton, of San Antonia, Texas, about the time the childretl nre ready to BA1KIAIN.-- In (IikmI color, slrn Wynndotto nnd type. are the guests of their father, L. N ilit build n house to astonish the na I'lsluls Heavy l,ylnir Strnln. Write motorpliouis nnd prices. Ilerhert Hull. IlnrdlnsNewton. tives? A parlor ever so fine, with velvet ourjr. Ky Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hambieton nrc carpet and a piano, will not minister S. C, R. I. Red Cockerels. receiving congratulations on the birth of materially to Grace's culture after she FOKSAI.K-- ?. C. It. I. Ited Cockerels nnd wlio has not yet been has grown up on shabby sordiduess Well dvieloped: good murk. their second son, Wrlta mo your Inns. Prices reasonable. christened. Ky. "Think about your children's bed wants. M. I). Heard gave a room. Perhaps it is dark and dingy. Mr. and Mrs. Win McGovern Wanted Salesman. musical Thursday evening in honor of The children just 'hate' it with good WANTED To look utter our Miss Kathrine McGov reason. Thev will never need the in SALESMAN llrcckvnrlden nnd udjolnlne their daughter, counties. Siil.irv or commission. Address fluence of bright, pretty surroundings as Tho llnrvey Oil Co., Cleveland. O. em. Twenty guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. John I.eitch and son, they need them now, in their childhood f So instead of waiting for that Tohn C. Lcitch. Ir.. of Pittsburgh, Pn can afford to give them a when guests of her mother, Mrs. time room, you not let are the wliy in nnotner win fine Rebecca Lightfoot, nt the home of Dr. ilow, If it be only nil one, re paper mid repaint in light colors, not Clins. Lightfoot. forgetting to enamel the furniture?" Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawkins have The Sure housekeeping In the residence Bone to Growing Kind For Circuit Court. Jurors of his aunt, Mrs. Mary Oelze. He has a position with the Cloverport Loose Sheriff A. T. Heard has summoned Buy them from your local seed dealer. Leaf Tobacco Company. the following persons to appear on the If ha can' t supply you, wrlto us direct. LOUISVILLE SEED CO. Murray, of first day of the February term of Cir Mr. and Mrs. Harold Louisville, Ky. 2nd and Main Covington, Ky., have moved to Selma, cuitCoutt at Hardinsburg lo serve as Ala., and have a country home nd- - jurors in ald court. Grand Jurors. joining the farm of his parents, Mr. G. D. lilanford, B. M. Elkins. Cba. and Mrs. A. H. Murray. M. Chas. Edmunds, of Louisville, has Hook, lames Tlnius, R. J. Ca'n, J. to his home, The Willard Gregory, Rocoe Hendry, Kll Usher. returned C. Hotel, after several weeks' stay with Wm DrisUII. James Rhodes, E. Mr. and Mrs. 13rnest L. Robertson, of Foote, John Jenuings. N. J. Butler, J. Glen Dean. Mr. Edmunds is convales- W. Matttngly, Virgil iiarned, lilihu Cloverport, ky Meador, Hubert Dejarnette. W. H. Telephone 56-cent of his serious illness. entertained Dowell, Itiluy Dowell. Durwin Wroe; The Xecdlecraft Club was H Biisham Jas. E Bruner, G. O. afternoon by Mrs. A. L. J. Thursday G A Foote. Berry will be Bailey, Mrs. Sam Cockercll. Petit Jurors. hostess lo the members this week. The and Real Estate D.tve Carter. Walter Hatcher, J W. Life Insurance a membership of a number of club has W. T. Chap- Klncheloe, W. F. Ves.sells, Oflico over Hank of Ilurclitis young married women and the meetings pell, W. V. Dent, Wnrficld Hendrick, & Trust Coinpiiny. are very interesting C. L. Avitt. H B Parks, J. 1'. Keitn. W. S. Hardinsburg, Kentucky J. B. Jackson, L. S. Cannon, For nny pain, burn, scald or brulte, DeJarnette, W. L. Cannon, V. G. apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the Goodman, Chapman Moorman, Mills household remedy. Two sizes 25s and Drane, W. O. Kane. R. H. Cook, I. N. 50c at all drugstores. Pile. John R. Critcheloe, J. T. Oweu, E. F. Triplett, A. N. McCoy, Tom Gannaway, John Skillmau,. .H. D. Bail Proceedings iti Bankruptcy Instituted for .r . .. m n. ey, M. U. uauoway, . l,. .Miner, Anyone Harnetl. Muck H. Qufgglns, N. B. Netherton, Frank Bluek, Philip Snyder, L. A. Yutes, Ralph Wheately. li t 11 1; H illri-cll11 pro-ilnc11 111 1 " far-ofoiltl-sire- Catarrh Cannot Co Cured W &. r t s . I Extra Special Notice the Ladies' FURS In Our Window Half Price! This Week Don't miss this opportunity You'll be the gainer pBuy Gold Med&h neia SEEPS J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanenl J Dentist C. L BEARD The Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Company open day and night to receive tobacco. Daily Sales. We also have the largest and best lighted house in Owensboro. Is We have sold 561,000 pounds on one sale, and have bold more l'rjor Tobacco than any otlier house in town, and more Hurley Tobacco also. We sold 4jl,olo pounds in one day at an average of 7.74. We have the record for I'ryor Tobacco, l5.2o; and for Hurley, f I7.00, and for Hurley Trash, $11. 00. We carry insurance on Tobacco to protect the owner, hur Howe Automatic Scales V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. HILL ITEMS i. 1 LANCASTER LOOSE LEAF Incorporated TOBACCO CO., Fred Adams has a position at Lebanon, Ky., in a newspaper plant. This afternoon Miss Louise Babbage will entertain the Wednesday Club. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Penick, of Irving-towere in Louisville Friday shopping. n, Miss Dulah Payne, of Hewleyvil.e, went to Howling Green Monday to enter school. FOR SALU AJ529.00 stove, secondBox 39, hand; will go at $10.00. Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport people in Louisville, recently: Mrs. Darnell Dowden, Mrs. A. L. Cockercll. Frank L. Moorman has accepted a place as operator at the L., II. & St. L R'y shops here. Misses Margaret and Iidith Hum will entertain the "Indian Study" class to morrow evening. Charlie Durham and Lewis Zeigler, of Hardinsburg, went to Florida last week to spend the winter. Iris Ball has returned from Wolf Creek to be with his aunt, Mrs. F.lla Jordan, at the St. George Hotel. The Board of Supei visors were having a stormy time Monday hearing complaints of raised taxpayers. Heavy wrapping paper for walls and floors, 0 large sheets for 5 cents. The f !.l kf uuii-o- . DrcGKsnriuue Mrs. Robert Pierce, Sr., has returned to her home in Louisville after a week's stay at Rose Hill. Sunday morning, January 17, after reacting the third chapter of Joshua, the Rev. R. E. Reeves preached to his congregation at the Presbyterian church from the text, "Ye Have Not The Passed This Way Heretofore." evening sermon was an exposition of the 5i Psalms. The members were highly pleased and extended a warm welcome to the new pastor. The services were closed by Wilbur Hamtnan, who is gifted in prayer, and never forgets his church Miss Ethel Campbell, of Patesville, is the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons returned home Wednesday nieht, after a short visit to relatives in Brazil and Indian apolis, Ind. Fresh Shipment of Sam Third and Triplet Streets OWENSBORO, : KENTUCKY Chocolate Creams Meraschino Cherries, Peanut Butter New Can Goods. This Week Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. LOUISVILLE Feb. 1 to 6, 191 5 AT THE ARMORY iwn Mr. Will Morton, who moved to town less than 7 mouths ago, and whose death was mentioned in last week's Issue of The Ureckeuridge News, was "1 years of age and had for a lone time been a sufferer from a complication of diseases from which death released PRETTY BOUDOIR CAP. him Monday night, January 18. visited Mrs. John Fella, ot Addison, This boudoir cap. Imitatlnts tho Dutch her mother. Mrs. Julia Wood, last fashion, is built of gold metal also attended the funeral cap hi week. She lace with a garniture across tho front of her cousin, Will Morton. of pink chiffon roses. Frank Storms, wife and children, with Mrs. Wallace Davisson, went to the country last week to see their sis ter, Mrs. Garfield Tucker. The sick on the hill are Mr. and Mrs. Greater than ever in every feature. The Biggest Auto Show in the West or South. Nothing to equal it outside of New York and Chicago shows. More Exhibits will be shown. Every Car of consequence Men In Cloverport 1 More Lavish and Original Decorations typifying: Growing: Cotton. More Music Concerts Afternoon and Night. Come to Louisville "Auto Show" Week Special Hotel Rates Opens 10 A. M. Closes 10 P. M. Daily. Show ADMI83ION 25 CENTS Are Neat Dressers! Because They Patronize You Can Defy Wintery Winds if you will use a healing, soothing lotion for the protection of delicate skins. Weatherholt. Mrs. Hllllary Hardin, who has been quite sick, is somewhat better, but Mr. Hardin is sick. Joe Allen's family have all been sick but are better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Bone Pate are both reported to be seriously ill. who has Miss Anna Edmondson, been suffering with neuralgia, is Kincheloe's old-fashion- O. BERRY The Dry Cleaner Men's Suits Cleaned and small quantity of lamp oil with it. Keeping Fall and The last thing I do with them at Winter Pigs urowing. night is to handle each one for a few Compound Herb Cough Syrup. ed Pressed, per suit TCn 101 Penslar Almond and Cucumber Cream is the right preparation for chapped face and hands. Price 25c per Bottle MiHBaBaaHBBBBa Herb An mixture. A valuable rem- 1 edy for stubborn Coughs and all Brochial affections. James, the son of Mrs. Millard Ar nold, a confined to the house with Effective and Harmless. mumps. A good, safe'Cough Syrup Little Anna Burden has the measles. for old people and chilMay Estell, the Infant child of Mr. dren. Does not contain and Mrs. Frank Taberllng, 8 days old, Alcohol, Chloroform, or died Monday night. Opium, Morphine, Codine Don't Be Too Stingy While Your or Heroin of any kind. Children Are Young. In the current issue of Farm and Fire-M- p nnnears a department called "The Experience Bazaar," iu which contribu tors make suggestions based on their One contributor personal experiences. tells iu part as follows Ills ideas about parents who overdo economy while their childretl are young and impressionable: "Isn't it pathetic to see a family scrimp 1 Ladies' Work a Specialty " " in i ri ' miullnn n( how best to iu keep fall nnd winter pigs growing I nrwnnh nnd ornctlce what I preach in regard to wintering pigs. . . l,u mu 1 minutes. They learn to look for a pet from you and it Is a saving of a lot of feed In a year for they will not run the use fat off to get away from v"u if them kindly. SEE THE Glug Family School Play Benefit of Library Friday Night, Jan, 29 SAVE YOUR COUPONS nnd get a PRICE, Kincheloe's Hardinsburg, 25c Pharmacy, dinner set Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store "The Quality Store." :: Kentucky. OPERA HOUSE, Cloverport, : : Kentucky "We tend without Fall whan ordered by Mall." j COME! Cloverport, Ky. i first, a goon roomy, wmm leep so that they will not have to pile ip to keep from fretzltlg. Second, plenty of fresh water. "tr."-- . 1 ilull, u UUo.l .vv. liuciiii fuuil nt nlclll. millisting of middlings, shelled corn and taitikuge. Kourth, morning feed should be warm nd nil that they will clean up In one-la- lf hour. iriftl. If extremelv cold cive them water that has the chill taken off. Sixth, n light leeii ot miuuungs ami tu.nkage at noon. Seventh, for roughage I like clover, Uach Is good. Hive ilfalfa, oil pigs free tun to salt, wood ashes und coal. Lastly, bee that all pens und bleeping quarters are kept clean. Look tor lice uul don't let them get a bturt. In 111 winter we use crude oil with a mt-t-.- Rules for a Beginner. Ten good rules in care of poultry are: Feed regularly. 1, 2. House comfortably. Keep the premises clean. 3 .1. Distilled tlie nouses mommy. exercise by 5. Make the fowls scratching among straw, hay or leaves for their grain. 6. Do not expose them to heavy cold winds, heavy rain storms, or al low outdoors while snow covers the ground. 7. Do not overcrowd the ilocks. 8. Oet the stock tame and keep it so. 9. Do not force for laying by using highly seasoned food, 10. Do not overfeed. It Pays to advertise in The Breckenridge News. I The Million Mr Mystery 1914, ' I j , By HAROLD MAG GRATII Illustrated from Scenes i the Photo Drama oftho Same Name by the Thonhouser Film Company (Copyright, by Harold UacQrttli) not necessitate any such procedure. Of course, Florenco read tho "personal." She took the newspaper at once to Jones, who smiled grimly. "You seo, I trust you." "And so long as you continue to trust mo no harm will befall you. You were left In my care by your father. I nm to guard you at tho expense or my life. Last night's affair was n miracle. Tho next time you will not find It so easy to escapo." Nor did she. "There will bo no next time," gravely. "Hut I am going to ask you a direct question. Is my father alive?" The butler's brow puckered. "I havo promised to say nothing, ono way or Old Tnere wasleltcrlng on the 11J; In fact, not have shown her tho newspapor the namo of its owner, Stanley Harflooring, had thcro been any distrust on her greave. Jones replaced the arm and tucked tho box under his lart. "My child, your father Is alive, made his exit. ; The man lounging In tho ohadow then?" animatedly, heard a faint whistle. It was tho sig"Wo don't know,'' sadly, nal agreed upon. Tho man Felton ran "Why, I should say that this prove across the street and boldly rang tho It." It was only then that Florence "On tho contrary, It proves nothing bell sort, sinco I have yet to dis- missed Ilia ever present butler. She of tho cover a treasure In this house. I have hesitated, then sent Susan to the door. ' 1 must seo Mr. Jones upon vitally .Important business." ! "He has gono out," snld Susan, and very sensibly closed the door before jFclton's foot succeeded In getting Inside. I L. i ire, Insurance'Office C TAUL k do .invprniirr Mni hi Lignimng, lor-naand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable the other." She laughed. "Why do you laugh?" "I laugh becauso If he were dead there would be no earthly reason for your not saying so at once. Hut I hato money, tho namo of It, the sound of it, tho sight of It. It Is at tho bottom of all wars and crimes. I desplso It!" "Tho root of all evil. Yet It performs many noblo deeds. But never mind the money. Let us glvo our attention to this personal. Doubtless It originated In tho same mind which conceived the .letter. Your father would never havo Inserted such a personal. What! Glvo his enemies a chance to learn his secret? No. On tho other hand 1 want you to bIiow this personal to all you meet today, Susan, tho reporter, to everybody. Talk about it. Say that you wonder what you shall do. Trust no one with your real thoughtB." "Not even you, Mr. Jones," thought tho girl as sho nodded. "And tell them that you showed It to me and that I appeared worried." That night there was a meeting of tho organization called tho Illack Hundred. Hralno nf;eil If anyone knew what tho Hargreavo butler looked like. "I had a glimpse of him the other night; but being unprepared, I might not rccognlzo him again." Vroon described Jones minutely. Draine could almost seo tho portrait. "Vroon, that memory of yours Is worth a lot of money," was his only comment. "I hope It will bo worth more soon." "I believe I'll be ablo to recognize Mr. Jones If I seo him. Who Is ho nnd what is he?" "He has been with Hargreave for 14 years. There was a homicidal case In which Jones was active. Hargreave saved him. Ho is faithful and uncommunicative. Money will not touch him. If he does know where that million Is, hot Irons could not mnko him own up to it. The only way Is to watch him, follow him, wait for tho moment when ho'll grow careless. No man is always on hl3 mettle; he lets up sooner or Is being watched, as you know." Vroon nodded approvingly. "The captain ot the tramp steamer Orient, by the way, was seen with a roll of money. He was in one of tho water front saloons, bragging how he had hoodwinked some one." "Did he say where he'd got the CHAPTER V. The Problem of the Seated Box. "Gone!" Jones kept saying to himself that ho must strive to bo calm, to think, think. Despite all his warnings, the warnings of Norton, sho had tricked them and He run away. It was maddening. wanted to rave, tear his hair, break things. He tramped the hall. It would be wasting time to send for the police. They would only putter nbout fruitThe Black Hundred knew how to arrange these abductions. How had they succeeded In doing It? No ono had entered the house that day without his being present. Thcro had been no telephone call he had not heard tlio gist of, nor any letters ha had not first glanced over. How had they done It? Suddenly Into his mind flashed tho remembrance of the candlelight under Florence's door the night before. In a dozen bounds ho was in her room, searching drawers, paper boxes, baskets. Ho found nothing. He returned in despair to Susan, who, during all this turmoil, had sat as If frozen in her chair. "Speak!" he cried. "For God's sake, say something, think something! Those devils are likely to torture her, hurt her!" He leaned against tho wall, his head on his arm. When he turned again he was calm. He walked with bent head toward tho door, opened it and stood upon tho threshold for a space. Across the street a shadow stirred, but Jones did not seo it. His gaze was attracted by something which shono dimly white on the walk just beyond tho steps. He ran to It. A crumpled letter, He carried it back to the house, smoothed it out and read Its contents. Florence in her hasto had dropped tho letter. He clutched at his hat, put it on and ran to Susan. "Here!" he cried, holding out an automatic. "If anyone comes In that you don't know, shoot! Don't ask questions, shoot!" "I'm afraid!" Sho breathed with difficulty. "Afraid?" he roared at her. He put the weapon in her hand. It slipped and thudded to the floor. He stooped for It and slammed It into her lap "You love your life and honor. You'll know how to shoot when the time comes. Now, attend to me. it I'm not back here by ten o'clock, turn this Bote over to the police. If you can't &o that, then God help us all!" And "with that he ran from the house. Susan eyed the revolver with growing terror. For what had she left the peace and quiet of Miss Farlow's; assassination, robbery, thieves and kidnapers? She wanted to shriek, but her throat was as dry as paper. Gingerly she touched the pistol. The cold steel sent a thrill of fear over her. He hadn't told her how to shoot It! Two blocks down tho street, up an alley, was tho garage wherein Hargreave had been wont to keep his car. Toward this Jones ran with tho speed of a track athlete. There might be half a dozen taxienbs about, but he would not run the risk of engaging any one of them Tho Illack Hundred was capable of anticipating his every unad-dresse- lessly. Jones caught her by tho arm. She (lung him aside with a strength bo had not dreamed existed in her slim body. "Florence, I am Jones 1" Sho stopped, recognized him, and without a word ran across the street to the automobllo and cliTnbcd Into the tonncau. Jones followed Immediately. "Homo!" The car shot up tho dimly lighted street, shono palely for a second under the comer lamp, nnd vanished. "Ah, child, child!" groaned the man at her side, all the tenseness gone from his body. He was Jones again. Still she did not speak but stared ahead with unseeing eyes. No further reproach fell from tho butler's lips. It was enough that God had guided him to her at tho appointed moment. Ho felt assured that never again would sho bo drawn into any trap, l'oor child! What had they said to Iter, done to her? How, in God's name, had she escaped from them who never let anybody escapo? Presently sho would become normal, and then she would tell him. "I found tho lying It." Inaudlbly. It was time to act. He ran around 'to the rear. Tho ladder convinced him that Jones had tricked him. He was wild with rage. He was over tho wall In an Instant. Away down tho back Companies laoplloltollollaoPllo Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. CUOI3lOirollOCZJOCr3l We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. note You dropped "Horrible, horrible!" she said almost "What did they do to you?" "Ho said ho was my father. . , . He put his arms around me. . . . And I knew!" "Knew what?" "That ho lied. I can't explain." "Don't try!" Suddenly she laid her head against the butler's shoulder and cried. It was terrible to hear youth weep In this fashion. Jones put his arm about her, and tried to console her. "Horrible!" sho murmured between the violent hiccoughs. "I was wrong, wrong! Forgive me!" Unconsciously tho arm sustaining her drew her closer. "Never mind," ho consoled. "Tell no ono what has happened. Go about as usual. Don't let even Susan know. Whatever your poor father did was for your Bake. Ho wanted you to be happy, without a care In the world." "I promise." And gradually the sobs ceased. "But I feel so old, Jones, so very old. I threw over the lamp. I threw a chair through the window. They thought that It was I who had jumped out. That gave me the necessary time. I don't understand bow I did It. T wasn't frightened at ail till I gained the street" They found Susan still seated In the chair, the automatic In her lap. She had not moved in all this time! Draine paced the apartment of the From the living Princess Perlgoff room to the boudoir and back, fully twenty times. From the divan Olga watched him nervously. He was like a tiger, fresh in captivity. All at once he paused In front of her. 'Do you realize what that mere chit did?" "I do." later." "He movement. Tho shadow across the street stood undecided. At length ho concluded to give Jones ten minutes In which to return. If he did tut return within that time, tho watcher would go up to the drug store and telephone for Instructions. Out Jones did not come back. "Where's Howard?" ho demanded. "Hello, Jones; what's up?" "Howard, get that car out at once." "Out sho comes Walt till 1 glvo her radiator a bucket of water. Gee!" whispered Howard, whom Hargreave often used as his chauffeur, "get on to his nibs! First time I ever Baw him awake. I wonder what's doing? You never know what's back of those with you. Anything on your mind?" "Yes Why not Insert a personal In tho Herald?" She drew some writing paper toward her and scribbled a tew words. Ho read: "Florence the biding place is discovered, ltemovo it to a hailed It without success. Down more secret spot at once. S. H." He this street, up that, round this corner, laughed aud shook his head. "I'm afraid that will never do." CO miles an hour; and all the while "If sho reads It, Jones will. The man Jones shouted: "FaBter, faster!" Within twelve minutes from tho time with tho opera glasses may see something it left tho garage, tl.e car stopped op- becomo Thero's u chance Jones might worried." posite No. 78 Grove street, and Jones "Well, we'll glvo It a chance." got out. It wus "Walt hero, Howard. If several men departure.midnight when ho mado his As he stepped Into the come rushing out, or I don't appear glanced about cautiously. within ten minutes, flro your gun a street, he couplo of times for the police I don't On the corner he saw a policeman want them It wo can manage without. swinging his night stick. Otherwise tho street wus deserted, llraluo proThey'd only bungle." ceeded jauntily down the street. "All right, Mr. Jones," said the chaufAnd et, from tho darkened doors ot feur. He had, in the past quarter of the house across tho way, the figure ot mi hour, acquired a deep and lasting a man emerged stood contemplatrespect for the butler chap. Ho was a upnrt-men'windows regular fellow, for all his brass but- ing ttie Suddenly of the t'engoft out. the lights went tons. The watcher made no effort to follow As Jcnes reached tho curb, Florence Draine. The knowledge be was after came forth, as. It oa Invisible wings. bcadwalters. . . .AH right. Jones!" The chauffeur jumped into the cor and Jones took the seat beside him. "Wbero to?" "Number 78 . . ." and the rest of it trailed away, smothered In the violent thunder of the big six's engines. During tho car's, flight soveral olico-me- n mummy-face- d "Planned to the minute. We had her; seven of us; doors locked, and all that. No weeping, no wailing; I do could not understand then, but now. It's in the blood Hargreave was as peaceful as a St. Bernard dog, till you cornered him, and then lie was a lion, O, the devil! Slipped out of our lingers like an eel. And across the street, Jones in a racer! 1 never paid any particular attention to Jones, but from now on I shall. The girl may or may not know where the money Is, but Jones docs, Jones does! Two men shall watch. Felton on the street and Orloff from the windows of the deserted house. With opera glasses ho will be able to take note of all that happens In the house during the day. Ho will bo able to Bee the girl's room. And that's the Important point. It was u good plan, little woman; and It would have been plain sailing It only wo had remembered that the girl was Hargreave's daughter. Pe very careful hereafter when you call on her. A night liko this will have made her suspicious of every one. Our hope lies 1 ul t. cash?" asked Bralne. "They tried to pump him on that, but he shut up. Well, we have agreed that Felton shall watch from the street and Orloff from the window. Orloff will whistle It he sees Jones removing anything from any ot the rooms. The rest will be left to Felton." "And, Felton, my friend," said Bralne sottly he always spoka softly when he was In a deadly humor "Felton, you slept on duty the other night Hargreave stole up, consulted Jones, and got away after knocking me down. Tho next failure will mean short shift. Be warned!" "I saw only you, sir. So help me. I was not asleep. I saw you run down the street after the taxicab. 1 did not Beo anyone else." Bralne shrugged. "KemeniLer what I said." Felton bowed respectfully and made his oxlt. He wished In his soul that he might some day catch the master mind freo of his eternal mask. It was an Iron hand which ruled them and there were friends of his (Felton's) who had mysteriously vanished after a brief period of rebellion. The boss was a swell; probably belonged to clubs and society which he adroitly pilfered. The organization always bad money. When ever there was a desperate job to be undertaken, Vroon simply poured out the money necessary to promote it. Whenever Bralne and Vron became engaged In earnest conversation they talked Slav. Bralne was never called by name here; the boss, simply that. Well, ten per cent of a million was a hundred thousand. This would be equally divided between the second ten of the Black Hundred. Another ten per cent would go to 80 members; the balance would be divided between Vroon and the boss. Out his soul re- helled at being ordered about Uko so much dirt under another man's feet. He would take bis ten thousand and make the grand getaway. Tho next afternoon the princess Nothing was called upon Florenco. said about the adventure, and this fact created a vague unrest In the schem ing woman's mind. She realized that sho must play her cards more carefully than ever. Not tho least distrust must be permitted to enter the child's head. Once that happened good-bto tho wonderful emeralds. Was it that she really craved tho stone? Was It not rather a venom acquired from the knowledge that this child's mother had won what sho herself, with all her cleverness, was not sure of Bratne's love? Did ho really caro for her or was she only the catspaw to pluck his hot chestnuts trom the Are? When Florenco showed her tho "personal," her vague doubts become Instantly dissipated. The child would Florence Gray. hunted In every nook, drawer; I've searched for panels, looked In trunks for false bottoms. Nothing, nothing! Ah, If I could only find It!" "And what would you do with it?" "Take It at once to some bank and offer tho whole of It for tho safe return of my father, every penny of It. I don't know what to do, which way to turn," tears gathering In her eyes and they were genuine tears, too. "There aro millions In stocks and bonds and I cannot touch a penny of It because the legal documents havo not been found. I can't even prove that I am his daughter, except for half an old bracelet, and my father's lawyers say that that would not hold In any court." "You were born in St. Petersburg, my dear. Have the embassy there look up the birth registers." "That would not put me into possession. Nothing but the return ot my father will avail me. And there's a horrible thought always ot my not being his real daughter!" "There's no doubt In my mind. I have only to recall Katrlna's face to know whose child you are. But what will you live on?" Here was a far greater mlxup than she had calculated upon. Supposing after all it was only a resemblance, that the child was not Hargreave's, a substitute just to blind the Black Hundred? To keep them away from the true daughter? Her mind grew bewildered over such possibilities. The single and only way to settle all doubts was to make this child a prisoner. If she was Hargreave's true daughter he would come out of his hiding. She heard Florence answering her question: "There Is a sum of ten or twelve thousand In the Riverdale bank, under the control ot my father's butler. After that is gone, I don't know what will happen to us, Susan and me." "A Hundred If You Overtake That Boat." street his eye dlscoverc'd his man in full flight He gave chase. As he came to the first corner he was nearly knocked over by a man coming tho othet way "Who are you bumping Into?" growled Felton. "Not so fast, Felton!" ' "Who the devil aro you?" The stranger made a sign which Felton Instantly recognized. "Quick! What has happened?" ' "Jones has the million and Is making his getaway. See him hiking toward the water front?" The two men began to run. There followed a thrilling chase. Jones engaged a motorboat and it was speeding seaward when the two pursuers arrived. They were not laggard. There was another boat and they made for it. "A hundred if yon overtake that boat," said Felton's strange companion. Felton eyed him thoughtfully. There was something familiar about that Tolce. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay the postage both wort on all packages Wo. or over, work Prompt guaranteed flrst-cla- ss deliveries In sanitary packages. Will credit you upon reference. Write for Information. Hotter, still, send trlnl bundle. Offices : 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. KY. The January Delineator! Forecasts the Spring Styles The high collar gains in favor The stylo of a full skirt lies in its shortness LESSONS IN LINGERIE Great the air. by any for the sued. plumes of water shot up into It did not prove a short race means. It took half an hour pursuer to overhaul the pur- This Interesting conversation was Interrupted by the advent of Norton. He was always dropping In during tho late afternoon hours. Florenco liked him for two reasons. Ono was that Jones trusted him to a certain extent and the other was that . . . that she liked him. She finished this sentence in her heart defiantly. ! Today he brought her a box of beau tiful roses, and at the sight ot them the princess smiled faintly. Set the wind in that quarter? Sho could have laughed. Hem was her revenge against this meddler who took no particular notice of her while Florence was In the room. She would encourage him, poor grubbing newspaper writer, with his beggarly pittance! What chance had he of marrying this girl with mil lions within reach of her hand? ' The peculiar thing about this was that Norton was entertaining the samo thought at tho samo time: what earthly chance had ho? In the second story, window of tho house over the way there was a worried man. But when his glasses brought In range the true contente ot tho box ho laughed sardonically. "This watching Is getting my goat. I Bmell a rat every tlmo I see a shadow." Ho wiped tho lenses ot his opera glasses and proceeded to roll a cigarette. When tho princess nnd Norton went away Jones stole quietly up to Florence's room and threw up tho curtain. Two round points ot light flashed from the wntchor's window, but the saturn-In- o smile on Jones' lips was not observed. Ho went to tho door, opened It cautiously, a hand to his ear. Then he closed tho door, turned back the rug and removed a section ot the floor-In- s Out o( tills cavity ho raised a box.. . "The door of Miss Farlow's will ways be open to you, Florence," plied Susan, with love in her eyes. alre- "Is that Jones?" "Yes." Felton fired his revolver Into the air in hopes of terrifying Jones' engineer; but there was five hundred dangling before that individual's eyes. "Let them get a little nearer," Bhout-ethe butler. The engineer let down the speed a notch. The other boat crept up within twenty yards. Jones Bought a perfect range. He would havo to find this spot again. "Surrender!" yelled Felton. In reply Jones raised the precious box and deliberately dropped It into the sea. Then he turned his automatic upon his pursuers and succeeded in setting their boat afire. All this within the space ot an hour. During dinner that night (there was now a cook) Jones walked about the dining table, rubbing his hands together from time to time. "Jones," said Florence, "why do you rub your hands like that?" "Was I rubbing my hands, Miss Florence?" he asked Innocently. d Keep in Style by Reading the DELINEATOR 15c per Copy SI. 50 a Year Breckenridge NewsJOfflci CHAPThR VI. countess, when late that night Bralne recounted his adventure. "Range!" he snarled. "My girl, haven't I just told you that I bad to fight for my life? My boat was In flameB. Wo had to swim for it till we were picked up by a Long Island barge tug. I don't know what became of the motorman. He must have headed straight for shore. And I'm glad he did. Otherwise he'd be howl-in- g for tho price of another boat. Olga, for tho first time I'vo had to let one of the boys have a look at my face. Doesn't know the name; but one of these days he'll stumble across it, and the result will bo blackmail, unless I push him oft Into tho dark. It was accidental." The countess leaned forward, her handB tightly clinched. "But the box!" Bralno made a gesture of despair. "Leo, are you using any drug these days?" "Don't mako fun of mo, Olga," impatiently. "Did you over see mo drink moro than a pint ot wine or smoke more than two cigars In an evening? Poor fools! What! let my brain go Into the wastebasket for the sake ot Continued on page 7 "Did you get the range?" asked the Big Demand For Horses. The French government has decided to mount its cavalry on horses from the "Bluegrass" country exclusively, it was revealed last week when R. P. Carman, one of the best known turfmen in the country, left Washington for Lexington and Louisville. Ky., with an order In .his pocket for the purchase of 60,000 remounts for the French government. This Is but the initial order, and Carman states he Is going to buy all the horses he can get hold of. Farmers Home Journal, How To (live Quinine To Childrca. FRDRIUNK is the trade-mar- k Dime given to an Improved Quinine. Ills a Tasteless Syrup, pleat. uui uiaiuro inc aiomacn. nwuwi Children take it and never know It is Quinine. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quiulue. Does not nauseate nor .a mile n.n'mi.iau. .iA,.t...l.M 1 I. . It the next time you need Quinine lor any pur- mi uiiucc uriKinai pacicage. The tywvu IU UUUIC. -- J ECU IS. ."...'. Jones Pumphrey. Rome, Ind., Jan. 21. D. I'umphrey-anMrs. Special. M. Belle McCann Jones were quietly married at the Methodist parsonage Monday, January 18, at this place. The Rev. Mr. Roy Jack was the officiating clergyman. The attendants were Mr. and Mre. J.. C. DIeckman. ' I THE STATE AID ROAD LAW Qucs. What is r.icanc by State aid for roads? Ans. The appropriation of money from the State Treasury to ; j .i a iiic counties. .in. ru.uii iiiiinuvtiiitui, Oucs. When was tliis law enacted; i Ans. By the 1914 General Assembly. ' Qucs. Whv? public sentiment demanded that steps be taken Ans. Because to pull Kentucky out of the mud. Qucs. How was this money provided? State tax on each one hundred dolAns. By levying a lars of taxable wealth. Qucs. What counties pay the larger portion of this tax? Ans. The richer counties that already have their roads built. Oucs. What counties will receive the most benefit from this law? Ans. The poorer counties. Oucs. Why? Ans. Because about 110 counties receive more money from tins fund than they pay into it. Oucs. In what manner shall a county apply for State aid? Ans. The fiscal court of any county may pass a resolution stating that the public interest demands the improvement of a public road or section thereof within the county, and requesting that it be constructed or reconstructed with State aid. Such a 'resolution shall contain a description of such public, road or section thereof. Qucs. Who will determine the kind of surfacing to be used? Ans. The Commissioner of Public Roads and Fiscal Courts by mutual agreement. Ques. What kind of surfacing may be used on State aid roads? Ans. Macadam or telford or other stone road or roads nf rrrnvpl nr nth or similar materials, or an earth road, the . 1. .. .1 . V. . ' ttml surface ot winch is properly crowncu, uiicncu ami smuuiutu.su not be retained thereon, or a roati construcicu oi aspu.u ater will m, brick or other paving materials. Qucs. What is the largest amount any one county can receive from this fund annually? Ans. Two per cent of the total fund, or about $12,000. Qucs. Which roads will receive State aid first? seat system. Ans. Roads of the y seat system? Qucs. What is the Ans. Roads connecting the county scats of adjoining counties on the most direct and practical route. Ques. What per cent of the, mileage of Kentucky is included in this system? Ans. About ten per cent. Ques. How much traffic will this system carry? Ans. About eighty per cent of the total. Ques. What portion of the cost of these roads will the State bear? or a dollar for each dollar put up Dy tne county. Ans. Ques. How is this money to be spent? Ans. Under supervision of engineers furnished by the , of Public Roads. . Ques. Is it necessary for a county to increase its tax levy to "State aid? Anc Nn nn nmnnnt tint to exceed 2:c of the 50c levy for gen eral purposes may be used for road purposes, and a portion of this . five-cent . 1 ty Million Dollar Mystery The "men T muni havo that clrl: and I must have her soon. Sometimes I find puxxled over the myself mightily whole thing. If Hnrgreavo is alive, why doesn't ho turn up now hat Its practically known that his daughter presides over his household? I might Hargrcavo Is really afraid of nothing. Whoro Is tho man with tho five thou- sand, picked up at sea? What was tho reason for Jones carrying that box out in broad daylight? Who Is tho chap watching across tho street? QnmnHmna I hoi own In tnV HnUl it I -uu...uk....-- i . ...... Hargreavo Is playing have onot-t- hat with us. playing! Well," flinging the half consumed cigar into mo graie, "tho Black Hundred always goes for-K,. i wara. win or lose, nna nuvur iurK- nno pain saiu iuu u- we are a man bitterly. "Wo aro exactly what fato Intended . us to oe. 'iiiey wroto you aown im me book as a beautiful body with a Norton procccucu i uowniown national tnlned tho sodden appearance oi money recently submerged In water. Florcnco was delighted at the Idea of a coaching party. Often during her schoolgirl days slio had seen the fash- lonablo coaches go careening nlong the road, with tho Bharp, clear note of tho bugle rising about tho thunder of hoofs nnU raiUinK OI WI1UUIS. JUHVO IHJoy. en huslastlc; no ther was "But you are to go along, too, said o..r i.o them, W o.uuu mi. o rhey stuck - - .i.u,i "31 ,e. Mcr 1 m iu Tt I ana ltl, nnn rif H 0 !l f 1 H 'd f .1 P O Tift rni,1 nwnv In wnniinr dlv about tho hpVnd a chimo of ce- dars The iaw three or four men convers- ing slowly. He got 0, near as possible, 1 "." " f t0ecthor nnd whlsner animated- - I teak something worse. Ho caught a phrase or two as It came down tho wind, and then he knew that tho vaguo suspicion that had brought him out here had been set In motion by fate. He heard "Florcnco" nnd "tho old drawing room;" and that was enough. Ho scurried nbout for Jones. It was o r lureutu. wlso ho would hao nn hour or so of exhilaration? No. .. . ,, tho I. Miss Florence? ., w and never will I! I'm keen nbout tho Villi OQIVP In V. Tl, nniuitnoa Invltdrl cot, and by tho Lord painting. Jones shrugged resignedly, crnv matter 1'vo i s i men of tho countess1 Harry, I'm going to keep It. There s ,n m' capacity na nuuur, vcu Were theso A only one dope fiend In tne nunareu, party? Norton couldn't say. 10 uer i.b b..v good, Miss Florence wo nnri he's one of the best decoys Norton made his hiding place In nr. flrt, nf hla nnprnt ftntlflfnrtlnn. .. safety; nnd by and by ho could hear have; so wo let him havo his coko -- n tho nour nrriveu, anu uio Kuy i guests moving nbout in tho room. whenever ho really needs it. Hut this away, i ncy wounu in nno oui tho man Folton has seen my face. Some crooked mind. They wroto mo down bowled Then all sounds ceased for n while. A iu day ho'll sco It ngain, nsk questions, ns tho devil, doomed to roam earth's oi ino sireeis lowaru inu rauimj of door closed sharply. tho crack of tho whip and tho blnro top till I'm killed 'No; hero you must stay, young and then tho horn, Florence's enjoyment would lady," said a man's voice. "Killed?" "Then what?' it not been for "Whv. ves. I'm not tho kind o! havo been perfect had "What do you mean, sir?" demanded "A burial at sea." ho laughed. Tho laughter died Bwlftly as It came. chap who dies in bed, surrounded by the absence of Norton. Why hadn't tho beloved voice. be "It means that no ono will return to "Threw it into eight hundred feet of tho weeping members of tho family, ho been Invited 7 Sho did not nsk to water, on a bar where tho sands are doctor, nurse, and priori. Im n cause sho did not caro to dlscloso re- - this room and that you will not be niwnvn Bhlftlnc. Ho'll never find It. scoundrel; but It has this saving tho countess her Interest in tho missed until It Is too late." Tho sound of voices stopped aboven if ho took tho range Ho could grace. I enjoy belns a scoundrel. Now norter. They wero nearlng the limits sun I'm colnc un to the club. Thcro'a of tho city, when tho coach was forced ruptly, and something like scuffling nnt imvn cot a decent one Tho was dropping and the shadows were nothing Hko a game- of billiards ot to take a sharp turn to avoid an auto ensued. Uiter Norton heard thn back long. Ho throw tho chest into the chess to smooth that wrinkle which mobile In trouble. Tho man puttering of a chair strike the panel and some- nt the enclne raised his head. It was one sat heavily upon it. He waited water and then began pegging away seems to worry you." hand lujrlla,)S flve mnutes; then he gently you please, nnd fired at us, cool as In the great newspaper office there Norton, and Florcnco waved her Florence sat slid back tho panel. our tank" was a mighty racket. Midnight nl vigorously. "A coaching party," ho murmured; bound and gagged under his very eyes. in the "It looks to mo ns If ho had wasted wnvs means pandemonium your Uncle James was not invit It was but tho work of a moment to I I his time." city room of a metropolitan dally. "and "That depends. Between you nnd Cony boys wero rushing to and fro, ed! Oh. very well!" Ho laughed, and liberate her. I've a sneaking messengers and printers with sticky suddenly grew serious. It would not me and the gate-pos"It is I, Jim. Do not speak or make idea that this man Jones, whom no- galleys In their hands; reporters were hurt to find out where that coach was tho least noise. Follow me." Greatly astonished, Florcnco obeyed; body has given any particular atten- banning away at their typewriters going. Ho set to work savagely, located and the panel slipped back Into place. tion. Is a deep, clever man. Ho may and intermingling you could hear the havo been honestly attempting to find ceaseless clickety-cllcfrom tho tele- - tho trouble, righted it, and set off for Tne room behind tho secret panel had the Hargrcave home, no rouno. ausan barred windows. To Florence it apa new hiding place; the advertisement graph room. in the newspaper may have drawn Tho managing editor came out ol and bombarded her with questions peared to bo a real prison. inter-coun"How did you get here?" she asked him. He may have thrown the box his offlco and approached tho desk ol which to Susan came with tho rapidity inter-countot rain upon the roof. breathlessly, over in pure rage at seeing hlmBell the night city editor. "Something told me to follow you. "So Jones went along?" checkmated. Again, the whole thing "Editorial nace EOno down? may havo been worked up for out "In his capacity of butler only." And something Is always going to tell "Ttventv minutes nco." said the Norton smiled. "Well, I'll take a mo to follow you, Florence." But If that's the night city editor. benefit, a blind. Sho pressed his hand. It was to her case, Jones has us on tho hip, for we "I wanted a stick on that Panama launt out there myself. You are sure as it ono of those book heroes had of the location?" can't tell. But we can do what In all rumpus." "Vno stepped out of a book; only book tae-probability ho expects we'll ceaso to "Too late." I'll go as a waiter, r0es always had tremendous fortunes "Well, good-by- . do watch him Just as shrewdly as "Where's Jim Norton? before." "At the chamber of commerce ban since they wouldn't invito me. I'm and did not have to work for a livOlga caught his hand and drew him quet. Tho major is going to throw a ono of the best little waiters you ever ing. Oddly enough, she was not heard of; and all things come to him afraid. down besldo her. "I wasn't going to bomb into the enemy's camp. One-hal- f, "Who was the mm?' ho asked. who waits." "Nothing on the Hargrcave stuff?" bother you tonight, but it may mean Some ono "The Count Norfeldt. What a pleasant, affable young man "No. Guess I'd better put that in something vital." he was! thought Susan as she watched has imposed upon tho countess." "What?" alertly. tho cubbyhole. He's dead "Do you think so?" with a strange him Jump into tho car and go flying No will found yet?" For reply she rose and walked over look in his eyes. to the light button. She pressed it "Not a piece as big as a postage up the street. "What do you mean?" Jones was a good deal surprised EtamD and the apartment became dark. "Nothing just now. Tho idea is to "That will leave tho girl in a tough when Norton turned up at tho old "Come over to tho window, quick!" get out of here Just as quickly as we She dragged him across tho room. nlaco. No will, no birth certificate; Chilton manor. "What made you come hero dressed can. Seo this painting?" Ho touched "Over the way, the house with the nnd, worst of all, no photograph of Ua tritf.' ;ii(l. vtmr in -cnrtirino. .. , 1UOY WV. ft a spot in tho wall and the painting the old man himself. I don't see why like this?" tho butler demanded. Qucs. May private subscriptions be used in securing State aid.' marble frontage." "I'm a suspicious duffer; maybe slowly swung out like a door. "Come; emerged, lit a cigarette, and Jim sidestepped this affair. He tho A man Ans. Yes, if in the form of money and if it is placed to the credit walked leisurely down the Btreet. we mako our escape to tho side lawn only man in town who knew anything that's the reason." from here." of the County Road Fund. 'Do you know anything?" No!" she cried, as Blaine turned about Hargrcave." be improved con- At the stable they wero confronted Ques. Should the people along the road to "Well, no; I can't say that I do. "He hasn't given It up; but he wants to make for the doot doubtless with with the knowledge that Norton's car the Intention of finding out who this to cover it on his own, turn the yarn But, hang It, I Just had to como out was out of commission; Jones could do of the tnblAns Yc, they should contribute to one-ha- lf man was. "Every night after you over when he's got It, no false alarms." here." ; "Mayba it's Just as well you did," nothing with It. Then Norton suggest "Ah! So that's tho game?" of the road improvement. (If State aid is used, total cost leave ho appears." ed that he make a effort to com Jnnes moodllv. one-half- .) "Yes: and Jim is the sort every pa Does he follow me?" if only the county participates, "I know this place. The housekeep- - mandeer the limousine of tho count- No. And that's what bothered me per needs. When tho time comes tho Oues. Whv"? men about, so tho at first. I believed he was watching story turns up, If there Is one. Hero er used to be my nurse, and if she Is ess; but there were of the question, Ans. Because they are most directly financially benefited. was out servlco the issue to secure State aid? some apartment above. But regularly he Is now. Looks like an actor In tho RtIU on You Job she may bo ofquestion limousine Oues. Is it necessary to vote a bond "Horses!" whispered Jones. "There to us. don't think they'll when I turn out the lights he comes fourth act of a drama. .. . Ans. No. aro several saddlex horses, already sad- or recognize mo?" he chan ' though." forth. So there's no doubt that . mo Oues. Then what is the advantage of a bond issue for roads.' "Hardly. I'll put In a word for you. uiea. now nuuui muso VwViv, 1L. Norton came in through the outer watches you enter and takes note of gates. Hb was In evening clothes, top ih say i sent for you, not knowing If owners?" Ans. 1. They enable the community to immediately realize the your departure." un.ineyare Deyona repruacu. iue- benefit as such issues make possible the construction of a considBut doesn't follow me. That's odd. hat. A dead cigarette dangled be- we had enough servants to take caro would provide but a small What the devil is his idea?" have uountiess Been imposea upon. tween his lips. cf the luncheon." erable mileage, whereas cash taxation "And nnw 1'll'co nnd hunt ud Mee." Hut let us get aboard first. There will "How much do you want?" asked the mileage each year, thus indefinitely postponing the completion of the "I'd give a good deal to learn." Suro enough, his old nurse was still ho time to talk later. I'll have to Jo cigar-- night city editor. The shadow and the glowing road system. In charce of the house: and when some explaining, taking these nags off "Column and a half." mileage can be more ette disappeared around the corner, 2 The cost per mile is lowered, as a larger Off with your glad rags!" her "baby" disclosed Ills identity sho Iiko this. We won't hnvo to ride out and the lights in tho apartment were economically constructed than isolated stretches built at long in front where tho plcknlckera are. "Anything good?" asked tho manag- all but fell upon hla neck. turned on again. "But what are you doing hero, There's a lano back of tho stable, and "He's gone. You really think he's ing editor. apply to 3. Maintenance is cheaper for the same reasons 'that a slight detour brings us back Into tho "The lid hae been Jammed on tight dressed up as a waiter?" watching me?" construction. No wlno In any restaurant after ono "It's a little secret, Meg. I wasn't main road." "He is watching this apartment, I reThe three- mounted and clattered 4. As posterity benefits by the development of the local o'clock. There'll bo a roundup of ev- Invited, and tho truth Is I'm very know that much." postcritv should help to bear the burden. sources, desperately in love with tho young awa' To Florence it had tho air ot And even at that moment the watch ery gunman In town." "Good work! Go to It" lady in whoso honor this coaching a Pnk. She was beginning to have 5. The increase in the value of lands, and the volume of busier was watching from his vantage besuch confidence in these two inventive substantial and is more than sufficient to meet hind the corner. It was one o'clock when Norton party Is being given. And men that she felt as It she was never Suspicious!" he murmured, tossing turned in his last sheet of copy and maybe sho's in danger." rate necessary to pay the interest on, and to retire, the increased tax going to bo afraid any more. "Danger? What about?" started for home. Just outside the the cigarette into the gutter. They're When the Countess Olga saw tho Lord only knows. But show of Public watching me for a change. I'll drop entrance to the building a man with a "The Ques.' What are the chief duties of the Department down over hl3 eyes mo about the house. I've not been three horses It was an cfTort not to out I know what I know. It's a great slouch hat drawn rage. But secretly she hero in so long I've forgotten the run fly Into a fine kicking stepped forward. alive people, who presently gavo Ans. To furnish, FREE OF COST, to the counties applying. world. It's It." to be went and without "Mr. Norton?" of It. I remember one room with warned her on top of , He on plans, specifications and estimates ot cost, expert engineering uuvi-cNorton stepped back sus- tho secret panel and another with a chase In the limousine, while sho "Yes." haste and took the subway train for (nr rnnil nr hridtre imDrovcment. ....o-iMcipiciously. painting that turned, Havo they prattled and Jested and laughed with downtown. her company, who were quite unaware. Ques. Will the State pay back a part of the bond issue for road other chuckled, raised and low- chanced them?" The "Is there any way I could get near .i i n.,njitnil rVi r swiftly. ered his hat improvement? aim?" asked Bralne. "No; It Is Just the ramo here as It mat a arama was ouib . very noses. The couutes.. Ans. Yes. used to be. Come aloug and I'll show under their Tomorrow night you might leave , wi while sue nciea supi-ruiQues. How much? by the Janitor's entrance. I'll keep . .. 'uu- Thorn- WIIB u !..., to rooms care- - nanuKercmei One-hal- f. Norton Inspected tho the lights on till you're outsldo. Then Ans. way an fully, stowing away in his mind every something sinister in the I'll turn them off and you can follow Oues. Under what conditions? at tho vorj Hip mnnev be snent on the construction or recoa and learn who he is." detail. He might be worrying nbout their plans fell through nothing; but so many strange things moment of consummation; and that It's mighty important" to ask Bra no struction of roads, under the supervision of the Department of Pub had happened that It was better to be night sho determined your age a wrinkle Don't scowl. At warfare, which, lic Roads. on tho side of caution than on tho to withdraw from this is apt to remain it you once get it VJnw will this mnnev be nam back; numbers side of carelessness. He left the gradually decimated theirtoward tho started." Ans From year to year as the county's pro rata part of the house and ran across Jones carrying without getting anywhere He laughed. "Wrinkles!" She could rein the Goal. a basket of wine. State aid money is available sn snent.State Treasury, until it has talk of wrinkles! nna-Untlio nmnitnt Jones shouted that tho limousine "Hero, Norton: take this to tho "They are more Important than you Bridges? was tearing down the road. Sme party. I want to reconnolter." Ques. How can your county secure Good Roads and think. Every morning I rub out tho no stop "All right, m'lud! Say, Jones, how thing must bo done to Ans. By a systematic use of the engineering advice of the wrinkle I go to bed with." you think I'd earn at this suggested that ho drop behind, leave by applying for State much do of Public Roads of Kentucky, and I wish you could rub out the gen pot- his horse, and take a chance at Job?" comically. eral stupidity which is wrinkling my aid. umuuuw., "Get along with you. Mr. Iforton. it ting a tire irom iuo brain. I've made three moves and may be tho time to laugh, and then It roadside. failed in each. What's como over "Keep going. Don't stop, Norton, may not." me?" manage going back Into tho house and till you aro back in town. I'll "I'm "Perhaps you've had too many suc panel. I've got to tako good caro of mysolf. hldo behind a secret cesses. The wheel ot chance Is al ways turning around." (lo bo Continued) n,l tnkn n trv at mv car: sco If she "May I smoke? works smoothly. Wo may havo to do you still "Thanks. At least it proves somo hiking. Whero la tho countess itThcit havo somo consideration for mo. You in this?" would smoko whether It was ngreeablo "Leave that to mo, Mr. Norton," said or not. But I like tho odor ot a good uo cigar. And it always helps you to Florence Was Chatting With the tho butler with his grim smile, off; thoy nre moving back toward tho think." Count Is Now Being Shown at the house." Dralne lit the cigar and began his So Norton carried tho basket around customary pacing. At length ho "Good Lord!" murmured ho reto tho lawn, whoro it was taken from paused. porter. m i I Ho "Suppose wo havo a real you take a rldo with me in a his hands by tho regular servant. "Will sighed as bo saw Florence, laughing coaching party out to the old taxi?" Jrt man who wun a t" i't i. Don,t use ,mrsh ,)hvslcSi Ti,e reacmansion we know about?" "All the way to SyracuBO, If you say and chatting with a ... weUens lhe bowels, leads t. stranger ana wuom ne neuru "And what shall wo do there?" bo. Woll, I'll bo tinker d d!" dressed as count. "Make tho mansion an enchanted Get Dean's "No names, please!" chronic constipation. uu u uouui. wuuru castle where sometimes people who took place In that taxlcab was What .n n,i? He wished ha Regulets. They operate easily. 2Si enter can't get out. Do you think you never generally known. But at ten a yarn be was going at all stores. could get her to go?" o'clock the next morning Norton sup knew. And what sV condition of tht road over whloh J. N. rp to write some day! It would be read try." going out Thl plctur rhown "I can prtied the elevator boy from SonwrMt to Acorn, Kontucky. haula merchandl I I t, k J)m t h hougo other. forgotten all about .... ... one-four- th one-four- th ..... Good-lookin- ... 1 1 Ra j nn I . I ac tw r..c :..j it Million Dollar Mystery' "'kxHh -- 'wri American Theater mA. T .'- . - ;n",r.nin. ri".n"?,l.. MyH jy j TniW 1. CARNEGIE TELLS HOW HE MADE MONEY-CONCENTRATION HIS THE SECRET care to have working models of the new machines set up nud proved. No, Mr, Ilabsou; the way I made my money was hy concentrating doing one thing at time, and trying to do it better nnd more efficiently than anjoiie else. The troubl with most business men is that they mix themselves up in too many things, is to select some definite Hue of work however small j nnd insignificant it may appear to be to know more about that than anyone else Knows, aim to let outside tilings nione I succeeded hy doing one thing at n time nnd doing it well. Then after I had nc complishcd one job developed n certain kind of rail or angle iron I would turn to making something else Meantime I saved my money nud kept my health ( Roger V ll.ihsoti, writing Andrew Carnegie's "Talks on War mid IIusImcm" in The Saturday ..vetting Tost, 1ms ns follows: This Rave me nil opportunity to nsk Mr. Carnegie what t have always wanted to nsk him that is, how he made his money. Of course I have my ideas; but I wnnlcil to hear the nnswer from him direct. Quick ns n flush, ns though in heated dchitc, he flung back his key to NO I I I SALES THIS WEEK FEBRUARY 2 nd There's nothing in it. "The way to succeed weather and condition of the roads we decided not to have our regular sale this week, but next week On account of the kingship: "Concentration!" said he. "It has often been written tnat l made my money hy taking chances by scrapping machinery, even though almost new, for some improved invention; but these ex- -' plnnntioiis never appealed to me. liefore I scrapped any machine," and again the twinkle came into his eye. "I took good TUESDAY, HARDINSBURG NEWS ting ready for business, should find this a useful lesson and an inspiration their guidance. Inland Farmer. for we will have one. Bring us your tobacco. Bring good tobacco and you will surely get good prices. In all of our sales the good LETTEHND NOTES Whenever Tobacco Sales Bring a Crowd Graduation The Sick Improving Examinations Held. SUPT. TRENT IMPROVED I.onnle McGill, of Louisville, is here for a visit to relatives. Mrs W. A. Walker Is at home from Louisville, where she has been the guest of her sister, Miss Kuth Kinche-loe- , who is attending Spencerian Business College, Miss Katie Uskrldge, who teaches music in Kordsville, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Addle Kskrldge, Sun day. Supt. J. W. Trent's eyes are so much improved that he has been out visiting schools. The graduation examination will be A number held Friday and Saturday. in the coun from the differcn. ty are expected to take it. The tobacco sales at the loose leaf warehouse each week attract crowds of farmers and buyers. Most of the sale seem to be satisfactory. Rev. J. H. Meng, of Louisville, pas tor of the Baptist church, filled his :ip pointment Saturday and Sunday. On account of the inclement weather the Sans Souci Club did not meet last week, but will meet Wednesday afternoon from two to live o'clock with Mrs, Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable ns a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the whole bystem. 50 cents. You Need n General Tonic GARFIELD Mr "Tank" Carman is confined to his bed with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs Abraham Compton arc receiving congratulations on the arrival ot a little girl at tueir Home January 15 1 1 tobacco has brought the price. Our average sales show a better price for the same tobacco bought the old way last year. We don't think any house in the State can beat us on prices for the same grades. We hope to make them better every sale. Big-i- n Prices, Biggest in Sales, Biggest in Floor Space. Will be glad to have your tobacco; we are doing our best for the Farmer, so Come bring your tobacco, help us and help yourselves. l9'S. C. I S. Board was in Louisville last week selling tobacco. Misses Nell Springate and Emma Meadow were guests of Miss Anna Mildred Smith the last of the week. Miss Nell Cashmau has been the guest of Mrs. I. B. Richardson for the past week. Miss Ella Lethia Dowell is visiting relatives in Ilardiusburg this week. Mrs. "Auk" Lyons, of near Custer, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ova Gray, lat wvek. She was on her way to Louisville to visit relatives. Judge D I). Dowell and Mrs. Dowell were guests of his father, Mr. Win. Dowe 1, and attended the. McCoy-D- o well wedding here. Miss Ruth Harncd is at home after closing a very successful..school at schoolhousc. She will attend school in Ilardiusburg for the spring term. Born to the wife of Horace Compton, a girl, January iS, 19:5. D. H. Smith was in Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Launie Pool have gone to housekeeping. They will reside on the I) R. M Smith farm this vcar. Li tie Zedic Alexander, who has been very sick, is reported better at this time. Miss Mary Belle McCoy and Mr. Tay lor Dowell were married at the home of Mr. Charlie Dowell Wednesday evening, January 20, Rev. C. L. Bruiugtoii ofiici- iting, They will go to housekeeping at oner. Rob-bins' I Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated. Hardinsburg, Kentucky. 1 AIM mation. If WAY" Many a Cloverport Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Inforyour back gives out; Iiecomes lame, weak or aching; If ur'nary trouble sets in, Perhaps your kidneys are "in a bad Artistic Photographs of Your Children Biliousness and Constipation Cured, If you are troubled with biliousness or constipation you will be interested Saturday. n the statement of R. F. Erwin, Peru, Mr. John U. Hibbnge, editor of The Ind. "A year ago last winter I had an Breckeuridge News, was m town Monattack of indigestion. Seeinc Cham- day in the interest of his paper. berlain's Tablets so highly recommend Mrs, John D. Shaw was iu Louisville ed, I bought a bottle of them and thev Saturday. helped me right away. For sale by all C. V. Robertson. Harold Smith and sister, Miss Auuie M. Smith, who are attending school here, spent Saturday aud Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins Smith, at Ilcnsley. Alec Dent M the guest of Mrs. Dent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W Peyton. Mr. aud Mrs. John M. Skillman and sons spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Beard, Sr. Kev. Kouert Johnson li lea his appointment with Kirk aud Clcu Dean churches Saturday aud Sunday. Leunie l'ate, of Ilarned, has return' ed to his home after a visit to relatives I near town. Lee file, of Ilarned, was In town Excellent for Stomach Trouble. "Chamberlain's Tablets atejuit fine for stomach trouble," writes Mrs G. C. Dunn, Arnold, I'a. "I was bothered with this complaint for some time and dealers. 1RVINGT0N Russell Brown, of Ekron, is the guest frequently had bilious attacks. Cham, berlaln's Tablets afforded me great re- of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirtley. Mrs. Harold Traube spent the week lief from the first, and since taking one bottle of them I feel like a different end with her parents in Owensboro. person." For sale by all dealers. Mrs. Walker Brown and children returned from Glen Dean Saturday. The G. P. C. Club was delightfully A Lesson on Pigs. entertained by Miss Jessye Brady FriUp in North Dakota the hots 1" day evening. club have worked out some very inter Mrs. Nora Board nnd daughter left csting information during the present year. Charles Russell produced 2,903 Thursday for u visit to Miss Mary pounds of pork from one litter of pigs in Alexander in Louisville. Mesdames Elizabeth Lyons, A. T. 203 days, at a cost of a little less than 3 cents per pound. The sow was York- Adklns and Annie Herndon are on the shire; number iu litter, If, number sick list. raised, l.j; total cost of feed, $83 12; Misses Eliza I'iggott and Mary Heron, profit, with pork at fi cents, foj.cu for of Louisville, visited their parents last the litter. week. Of all the pigs entered in the contest, A number of the young people gave the Poland China averaged I93 twuiids Miss Julia Lyon a surprise party Satat the age of 21 3 days; the Duroc Jer- urday evening. seys averaged IK5J4 ouiids at the age Miss Mary Smith, of Guston," IsThe of 227 dajs; the Yorkshires averaged guest of Mrs. Larue Cox. I82 pounds nt the age of sly days; tie Miss Catherine Cox entertained the Whites averaged lbo pounds at Chester the age of 2I0 days; the cross breeds ft?? Club Saturday. Miss Nell ConniiT. of Louisville. averaged 188 pounds at the age of 3I7 spent the week end with her mother, days. The average weight of the hogs in the Mrs. Adele Conniff. Miss Ivr Rice returned to Louisville twenty-fou- r litters that stood highest was 3I2 pounds, at an average age of Saturday, She has been the guest of Misses Annie Jennings and Mildred 2I3 days. The Kentucky pig club boys, now get- - Chitwood. 11 February 14thf the day when full hearts worth. W. Fifth Mr G. W. Fitzgerald, I42I may be beautifully observed by both old and St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "I wish plete have a handsomely finished photograph to say that Doan's Kidney Pills are a good kidney remedy. I was in a bad I had way before I began their use. backache day and night and the kid- cy secretions caused me much anoyance. I got Doan's Kidney Pills and had not taken many before I was greatly relieved. I can now sleep soundly, the headaches have left and my back is strong." A PERMANENT CURE. NOTICE. On February --'0, i012, Mrs. Fitzgerald said: ''I have not had to use T. S. Uarger's Admr., Plaintiff. Dean's Kidney Pills since they cured vs. me years ago. You are at liberty to Mattie Itarger, Etc., Defendants. use my former endorsement." All persons having claims against the Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't estate of T. S. Barger, deceased, will simply ask for a kidney remedy get present them before the undersigned Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Commissioner, properly proven ns ren Mrs. Fitzgerald had. quired by law, on or before the 1st day Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. of February, 1915, at the Circuit Court Clerk's office in Hardinsburg, Ky. Miss Clara Hardin, of Cloverport, is This January 8th, 1915. voting Mr. and Mrs T. R. Wythe. LEE WALLS, M. C. H. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham have returned from Louisville. btop that cold before other serious Misses Myrtle Lyddan, Ora Hen lung troubles set in. You can do this dricks, Essie Kendall and Ossie Payne by using Greenwell & Wethington's formed a house party at the home of Herb Cold Cure, Price 35 cents. Miss Mary Nevitt last week. Forrest Stith moved to his new heme 7,000,000 Hogs Lost. near town last week. Farm and Fireside, the national way.' Don't delay use Doan's Kidney Pills. Here is good evidence of their VALENTINES FOR THE FAMILY give expression to their sentiments young. To make the day commade by Make Lovely Brabandt, The Photographer Cloverport, Ky, I Tobacco Hogsheads I m Foster-Milbur- For Sale $1.65 $1.25 First Class Tobacco Hogs heads cut from dry lumber Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTHU'.SS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria. enriches the blood, and builds up the sys- 1. a true ionic, for aauita and children, see farm paper published at Springfield, Ohio, is conducting a great campaign of education on the subject of hog Complete for Without Hoops Does It Pay to Raise Hogs? The question is often asked: Does it pay to raise hogs? C. J. AuIIch, re. siding near Hutlei, Campbell county, Ky., puichased a sow and seven pigs for $.'15. During the past year he has paid for feed $10. Tottd cost of hogs During twelve months he has realized from the investment $0j in cash and has left one sow, nine pigs and four sows which are all worth $120; in other words, hu Is $140 to the good. That is 4O per cent, on his Investment. Farmers Home Journal. Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch of your clothing, Doun's Ointment is fine for skin Itching, All druggists sell TIm QuMm That Dees Nat Affect The Head It. BOc a box. Because ol Its tonic and laxative effect. LAX. cholera, for the purpose of informing farmers and helping them to reduce their losses from this dread disease. According to D. S. liurch, associate editor of Farm and Fireside the man who is writing the articles 7,000,000 hogs died in the United States from hog cholera In 1013, The figures are a most beyond comprehension. You can get an Idea of the loss by thinking iu terms of sausage. K all the hogs that died of cholera iu 10111 had been made into Bologna sausage, weighing a pound per foot, that sausage linked end to end would have gone around the earth at the equator six times. An other way to state the loss follows: Forty pounds of meat for every family In the United States was the loss from hog cholera la i013. GREEN BROS. FALLS OF ROUGH, KY. FLORIDA TRAVEL ON THE MAGNIFICENT SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Solid Through Electric Lighted Train to Jacksonville over ahc LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. Drawing Uoom Bleeping Cars from Cincinnati and Louisville long limit Winter Tourist Ticket on sal. dallr. Short limit Homeseeker's Tickets on salt lint and third Tuesday In each month. Writ lor further particulars or Illustrated folders of Florida or the beautiful Gulf Cost resorts r Observation Sleeping Car and Coaches Read the Little Want Ads. TIVH DROMOQUININKIs better than ordinary and docs not cause nervousness nor aulmne In h.ld. B.mnhr Ilia lull nam. aiul look ior the signature ol K. W. OROVK. 23c. K. D. PUSEV, General Passenger Atjcat, LOUISVILLE, KY.