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The Breckenridge news: February 10, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915021001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: February 10, 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 BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. II .1.1 I'll LI. .Hill ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XXXIX H. Jk. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1915. School Notes From IrlL-fILl,T- Uaieo I 8 Pages No. 32 MRS. WHHTLEY OELZE DIES MORNING Superintendent Trent. The County Graduation Examination was held Friday and Saturday. January 29 and 30. There were fifteen applicants at Hardlnsburg, eleven at Webiter and six at Stepheniport. There were also four applicant from Hardinsburg colored school and two from Irvington colored school, making a grand total of thirty-eigh- t. The examlnert are busy grading the papers and will mall out all reports as soon as they can finish the grading. We are having numerous requests from teachers, throughout the county, for a list of questions. We did not have enough to supply even the apThe Breckenrldge News plicants. regrets that it cannot print the quesJ. W. TRENT. tions. K. of P. Notice. The annual banquet of Breckinridge Lodge No. 01, will be held in Oelze's iSlirJ Y. J y Hmwroi. TKV. I Or coutia timi you Hlvl MOrCD mVSTntrl I BOHT OBer- Vflum Mib. IMTVa MONTH. BuTll rf WHIvEutlL 6lllMMt AW B . Ill "i" I - 'r.rj-- VWjtHG Tt SATURDAY Prominent Citizen and Large Real Estate HolderActive In Church and Financial Circles. FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY H. A. Oelze died Saturday morning at on Mrlv liour at liis home in this city, .. . PS A1.l...l. I.lo iiiiicm alter a lengmy Ill RJ'. ...iiilni linrl twii worse for several j? weeks, only himself, his family' and "puyBlululls, icaiibvu ....... ,Mr. Oelze was one of the most prominent citizens of Cloverport. He was a man of deep interests, being a lover of his home, a faithful and active member, ot the church and a capable business man. f His financial success was proof that op portunities are as great in the small .town as in the city. He was a large Mr. Oelze was holder in real estate. director and stockholder in The Bank of P1" n,1 nlen rnIUVCJpvifc nuu www I tit p rnt;t Pfl ill the ... Cloverport Ice Company. Mr. Oelze was born in Madgebury, Germanv. November 15. 1848. He was the son of Henry and Kathrine Oelze, who came to this country when their first born, Amiel, was two years of age, Forty-on- e years ago Mr. Oelze came to I Cloveroort and in 186g he married Miss He leaves his wife and Adrian Heston. Oelze, two , their son, Robert Leonard aisters, Mrs. Nannie jarooe, 01 unui, on.1 .. if 'Ttt!tintti!i ...... Mro TTnrrisoii Tliurmall. ' J1IIUU1IU and one brother, Powell Oelze, of Troy, ' Dies at the Home of Her Grand daughter, Mrs. Joseph Ball man Member of St. Rose. nisrm Cuiromt Iwny , wiwp nt. 1 If wow 1 you - SBSfwff jFTKTH'1 (iff THE TJNtR BuTTHr, II l 1 y 'ifc, (TmKiyiwt y W Tret ri Kitchen thk Cowh Mt I(aovd in Bir BrroK I know y0 rue vsny CnRG XHPI - INCr . .the cxmae Hmw youwout-cn- the inwa- IP J STOOO r mind TWy TtttPHOW RCNTHU-HUH DEOTOO. or you J. VOV(Gr UGH WHy - ins Ml went f ft oxi-- n"s Consistency Think It Over mali- Printed in The Hreckenridge News by the request of Chas. Ilamby, Cloverport nger of Cumberland Telephone office. Hall, Thursday evening, February 18, lqlu. Knights with their families, also their visitors, will be welcomed. W. A. Koff, K. R. and 5. 65.000 Pounds Sold! Mrs. Harriet Wheatley died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Jos. Ballman, after a short illness on February 1, at 5 a. m. at the age of 81. She was born in Dubois county, Ind., November 11, 1833. She came to Kentucky when quite young and was united In marriage to Mr. George Wheatley who preceeded her to the grave fourteen years ago. Mrs. Wheatley was the mother of six children, but is survived by only one, Thos. Wheatley, of Hancock county; also by two grandchildren and ten She was a member of the Catholic church, and her body was laid to rest in St. Rose cemetery. The funeral cervices were con ducted by Father Henry. Their New Home. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook's new home at Irvington is nearing completion. It is beautiful and comfortable home, and has all the conveniences, water, licht and heat. The builders were Wilson & Bryant, of McQuady, and their work ipeaks for itself. Mr. and Mrs. Cook are to be congratulated. ....--- Farmers' Meeting at Irvington Saturday. The mid winter meeting of the Corn, Clover and Stock Club came off at Irvington Saturday with a number of interesting talks were made by the following: - At Breckinridge Loose Leaf House Yesterday Qeneral average about $5.65. Top price for Burley $17.70 and top price for Dark $10.30. Low grades as usual sold low. Bad condition of roads cut re ceipts down. P. D. Milner, of Hook, wears the horns for highest price of the season. He sold three baskets of Burley at $10.80, $1 1.90 and $17.70. Mr. Duncan Here. David M. Duncan, of Brandenburg, and editor of the Meade County Messenger, came Sunday to see his mother who has been very 111. Mrs. Duncan's condition has caused much anxiety and it will be a source of relief to many to hear she is better. Fruit J. H. Carmody. , Field Crops D. S. Meyer. Poultry V. D. Slade. Animal Husbandry M. J. Smith. Ind. The Country Weekly W. J. Plggott. The funeral was held from the resi Many farmers took part In the prodence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the gram. The rceetlne was mos: profit Rev. V. C. Frame anil Kev. A u able. Cottrell NEXT SALE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 CIRCUJHOURT Convenes e I? I I C.tiirt T? 1 The Central City Deposit Bank was C. V. Moormatit D. H. Severs, Payne, Mang friends called at the home Sat voluntarily closed Saturday by Presi E. E. Gregory. The cause of K WlT"ayt leaving their cards and expres- - dent suspension is attributed to dull came irom the ot sympatnv. beverai mining business In the Centrat City 6"'a distance to attend the funeral, district and stoady withdrawals of savings deposits by families dependent Card of Thanks. upon the mines, as well as slow colto express our thanks for lections We desire The bank is capitalized at $40,000 the kindness and sympathy expressed by and has a surplus of $5,000. our friends in our bereavement. The deposits at the time of the Mrs. H. A. Oelze and Family. closine amounted to about $100,000 of which $.'iS,000 was on time certificates tfr 1 T Card of Thanks. paid to Mr. Oelze. The services were a great com To those who so kindly assisted us fort to Mrs Oelze, who was lying ill a during the ilfness and death of our be 1. ...1 t.T;.ir frrtlll fl rl i q1 rufi t Pll l?1PfV HQ loved daughter, Mayme, we desire to a result of a fall Friday. extend our sincere thanks. The interment took place in the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kendall and family, Mr. Oelze loved Cloverport cemetery. Webster, Ky. flowers and very handsome ones covered his grave. The pall bearers were: S. I. Bank Closed Voluntarily. heartfelt tributes were officiated. Sincere and GRAY-PURCE- LL at the County Seat Dies at His Home at New Bethel Miss Emma Nell Gray Is Mar at the Age of Eighty-Threried to Mr. Eugene Purcell, of This Week Judge Layman is Years. Grayson County. Presiding Good Crowd. After a decline in health for several months Jir. Christopher Hendrick died January 29, 19I5; born March 16, 1832. New Committeeman. L. Jordan, of Irvington, has been elected Democratic Committeman for the Irvington precinct to succeed Green Bandy, resigned. Robt. Cattle Day. r fy Vnl(. r r Circuit Court convened at Hardins- burg Monday with Judge Layman presiding, and Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman, Commonwealth's Attorney. The petit and grand jurors were em- pannelled and the court got down to business at once. There was qvite a good crowd in town. Hurvey Ditto, of Brandenburg, and U. L. Stader, of Cloverport, had the crowd, They were buying mules. He is survived by his wife, who before marriage was Miss Amanda Hall, and the following children: Mrs. J. W. Jarboe, Mrs. 11, T Downs, Mrs. Sam Marshall and two sous, Mason and Paul Hendrick. Mr. Hendrick was a man who spent the greater portion of his life close to his own hearthstone and was one of the The remains county's best citizens. About twenty head changed hands at were laid to rest January 3I in the "Old $il5 to $13.". Mike Miller" cemetery New Bethel Following is a list of the jurors. Correspondent The loans and $42,000 open deposits. Watson Hatcher, I. W. Kincheloe, The money for all the sheep claims amount to $t4s,000 and rediscounts to W. F. Vessells, Warfield Hendrick, C. ' allowed at the October, IO14, Fiscal $2,000. L. Avitt, H. B. Parks, . P. Keith, J. Mr. Gregory is very confident that B. Jackson, L. S. Cannon, W. S. Court, is now iu the hands of County Clerk C. V. Robtrtson. All persons all creditors can be paid in full and, to W. L. Cannon, Chapman - having claims will apply at the County assist In speedily doing this, volun Moorman, Miles Drane, W, C Kane, Clerk's office, sitrn receiot and cet their teered to turn over his own property to I. N. Pile. John R. Critcheloe. A. N. ... R the bank. McCoy, Tom Gannaway, John Skill-maUUUCjft N. B. Netherton, Frank Black, Phillip Snyder, L. A. Yates, Ralph 'i- Sheep Claims. Petit Jury. MEMORIAL Whereas, God in his wisdom and divine Providence has seen proper to call from this world of sorrow and disappointment, to that home in the great beyond, our beloved brother, H. A. Oelze, who departed this life February 0, 1013. Brother Oelze had beeu in poor health for some time; fully realizing his condition he passed away, as he had lived a firm believer in the promise of God; he had been one of the most prominent, true and faithful mem bers of the M. E. Church South of this place lor many years; therefore be it, Resolved, That In the passing of Brother Oelze the family has lost a kind and loving husband, a devoted father, the church one of its most faithful members and wise councellors, the citv and community one of its most enterprising and best citizens; be It II. H. Norton and Tom Lyddan ship. ped last Saturday from Webster one load of cattle each to St. Louis. NorWednesday morning, February 3, a ton shipped one mixed load to Louisnumber of friends gathered at the home ville. of Mr. and Mrs. 11. 15. Gray to he present at the marriage of their daught r, Miss I5mma Nell Gray to Mr. I5ugcue point with a renson-iibl- o I'urccll. The ceremony was performed amount of prido by the bride's ptstor, Rev. Robt. John ion, of Hardiiisburg. to tho columns of our paper The bride is the oldest daughter of this week tho result of amMr. and Mrs. Gray, and is a popular bition, work and unllngging teacher of this county. enthusiasm over the opporTiie groom is the son of Mr Wm tunities that come to us every l'urcell, and U a promising young man dii' to plcaso our readers. of Grayson county. First, tho advertisements, Mr. and Mrs. Purcell left next day for the home of Mr. Purcell's father, near are tho products of our own Short Creek, Grayson county. bor only in one way, tho Their many friends wish them a hap- I U'ort to get them and our in py, prosperous life Harned Corre terest in their mako-up- . But spondent WE "OLD MAN'S DARLING" Crlde SUES Wheatley. McQuady M illing Co. THE CASH MILL Orand Jury. John Jennings, foreman; Chas. Hook, Mat-tingl- y, R. J. Cain, Wm. Driskell, J. W. Virgil Harned, Ellhu Meador, Hubert Dejarnette, Riley Tucker, Uur-wl- n Wroe, G. O. Bailey. The Mill That Patent Flour, per barrel Golden Grain, per barrel Meal, per bushel., Bran and Ships, per ton Single hundreds Cotton Seed Meal, per ton. Single hundreds,. Saves You Money B ..f 7 80 7 40 .. 90 .. Tobacco Sales. The tobacco sales at the Cloverport Loose Leaf House averaged lower than Highest $9.70; lowest second sale; $1 4O. 76,000 offered; 60,000 sold; 10,000 re- 28 00 1 CO r . 30 00 .. 1 60 jected. Average $3.75. The quality of the offerings was somewhat Inferior to that offered on the first sale. Practically the same buyers who attended the first sale were present. Ben Clarkson, representing the Imperial Tobacco Co., was the principal purchaser. wlfo. Elllo by his Pope Hill Alsop, formerly of Wash incton. Ga. The service of the papers outside of Now York is made local by a special ordor of John W. Goff of the New York Riinremo court. Mrs. Alsop declares that at the time of their marriage her husband gave hor onlv S100.000 worth of Transylva further. nia bonds, which yielded 5 per cent, Resolved, That we extend to but are not marketable and are of un- family our heartfelt sympathy rnrtnln vnllin. The Interest on the $100,000 In bonds and commend them to God who has promised to be a Husband to the Is "entirely Insufficient." Mrs. Alsop widow and a father to the fatherless; say3, "to maintain her In the manner to which she became accustomed whilo be It further, reso- living with her husband.' Resolved, That a copy of these lutions be sent to the fumily, The IS UPSET Breckenrldge News, The Central Meth- NAVAL PROGRAM twenty-two-year-ol- d Declares Income on $100,000 Cannot Maintain Her. Atlanta (Special): Fulton county deputy sheriffs aro trying to servo papers on Edward 1). Alsop, a wealthy octocenarian of Pittsburg and Wash- InRton, In a suit for separation begun JUST LOOK! Freight paid to your station on a hundred pounds or more JUST LOOK! Let us have your order and same will have prompt attention McQUADY 'i.- - MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. odist Advocate and a copy spread upon A Reduction of Seven Ships of War the minutes of the church. Forced by Underwood. Ivd McAfee, of Irvington, has been W. C. Frank, Pastor. Wnshlnctou fSnoclal): A eavueo at made superintendent of bridges on the And Official Boards, tack on the naval bill In the house was I,. H. & St, U R. R. , taking the place J. C. Nolte, Secretary. made by Representative Underwood, vacated at the death of Mr. Jule and resulted In the destruction In part Mr. McAfee began with pick llrashear. plan for additions or tho Sells Farm. steadily and shovel in 18S7 and has to tho navy proposed by the house worked to responsible positions on this Francis Allen sold his farm of eighty coramlttco on naval affairs. road. The appointment is pleasant When tho bill was reported to tho acres, near Locust Hill, to Evan Carnews to his friends in Cloverport. house It contained authorization for man fo.- $1,000 and bought twenty acres ships of construction ot twenty-olgh- t from Mack Alexander for $350. war. When ,the bill went to tho sanato From Kansas. Renewal addiit provldod for only twenty-onDear Mr, Babbage: Please find entions to the fleet. The measure was New Store. closed money order for $1 to renew my robbed of six submarines, one hospital Davis Allen has opened a grocery ship and one transport, auxiliaries ot subscription to the Breckenrldge News, as we can't afford to do without the store near Locust Hill. He carries a a type that navy officers have testlQt4 general line of groceries and buys are. badly nteded by the American A. L. Howard, News. navy. Sylvia, Kansas. Mr. McAfee Appointed. d - e they aro the meat of this issue for you, for tho advertisers and for us. Nkxt, tho bread and butter, our editorials, planned and written for tho common good of all. On tho sido aro tho locals and social events of interest. Tho recording for tho last time names that will never appear in Tho lireckenridgo News aaain, and only memory will keep them bright before us. Fou laughter over tho teacups arc tho cartoons and funny sayings of those, who make tho world 1i cheery, good place to live. And thcro aro messages from tho men who aro not content out of public service and men that aro needed to fill important oltices for tho wolfaro of our country. Thoy appeal to your good judgement for thoir success. And with tho stories you may read yourself to sleep for a littlo nap aft 01 dinner. Tiikn wako up, refreshed nnd ready to copo with the problems of tho day. All this will muko you want to ronow your subscription to The Breckenrldge News THE GIRL WHO WANTED TO MARRY A FARMER Illustrations Shoo the Ethlblt of the HARVESTER COMPANY INTERNATIONAL al the SAN FRANCISO EXPOSITION "Oil, dear! I wish I could marry a farmer," sighed Hetty Hurrous. "And live on a farm?" asked Mary tee Wntkins, ulio had just driven in town from the country to spend the day with Hetty and attend her theater party that afternoon, Mary I.ee's cheeks were aglow with coloring from the fresh country air, "No farm life for me, I !ee too much of it every day. If I marry n farmer, he will get a job in the city," she continued, "Leave a good living and all the op- - Surely she did not know how awful it Is to have n nice, clean room nnd alxmt night the men come in with mud sd thick on their shoes that there is enough to scatter all over the room. Hut men who use these many different machines on their farms do not bring in mud. For instance when Hetty's Uncle Jimmy got that International motor truck lie the roads was compelled to improve around his farm before he could use It ThU got all his neighbors to improving their roads. So the mud around Uncle Jimmy's place was not so plentiful after he caught the Harvester spirit. Mary I.ee did not see much of the show that afternoon. She was thinking She of that picture of the Model Farm was wondering if that little cabin of John's could be made Into a modern farm house someday! She thought and wondered and dreamed. Late that evening John Woodruff drove in town for Mary I.ee. They had to hurry home nnd Hetty did not get to say anything more to her dearest friend ' about farm life They were almost home and John had RUSSIANS MAKE FURTHER GAINS Heavy Guns Save Germans at REMNANT SALE Friday, February 12th at 2 o'clock p. m., we will put on sale a big assortment of remnants of Calicos, Ginghams, Suitings, Madras and many other bargains. Bzura Line. ACTIVITY IS BEING LESSENED Believed Germans Are Preparing to Make a Hard Drive Against French Line Near Solstona Only Minor Engagements Engage Troops. The center plecoof tlio S.in I'ranclsco Harvester Exhibit which depicts the activity ot th" four seasons. The entire panarama Is proportion' fl to an exact si: lie, KlvInK precisely the appearance of a real farm. portuuiti3K the farm affords today?" inquired Hetty, as she looked up with seShe rious eyes from her needle-wornever lost a minute even the time spent meal, a guest or the apwaiting for pointed time for an engagement, she In this way spent in employment. Hetty ma le all her lingerie by hand. "I live m a farm I know what it When the men do not get in means from the fields in time, then the women have to mi k the cows and do lots of hard work outside," asserted the country girl. "You can getamilking machine now," returned Hetty. Just the other day she had seen the pictures of the InternationCompany's Miniature al Harvester Model Farm exhibit which will be given at the Sin l'r.iusciseo exposition This exhibit shows Hi j I II C cre.im separator and the churn Hetty a so told Mary I, c about the I. II. C. washing machine and other utensi s required iii a miKiern i.iiuiury, uius soiwng one ot the hardships of the farm worn in Home conveniences, electric lights, k asked the same old question again. Mary Lee did not hesitate there was no si'euce, no anxious nomeiits for John for she said as though she had the words ready and waiting to speak: "John, you know I have always wanted to marry a farmer always wanted to marry you but never did I want to live on a farm until now" A bridal trip to San p'ranscisco was planned at once e wanted to see that exhibit of Alary the International Harvester Company and John was anxious for her to see it C.reat it is to have a friend who really undeistands you, who will hep you push away false illusions that will keep you from getting the big things you want, who will help you overcome little faults that might keep you out of Heaven. At the wedding Miss Hetty He le Hurrows was She was chosen because it was her picture that made Mary l.ee see that love could turn a cabin into a mansion the mansion was years and years away. John is just a poor farm boy but he has eighteen hundred yards January 15. It Is not considered likely however, Hint nttacks In this quarter can produce material udvantago for the kaiser's troops. The only other Infantry movement was an nttack by tho Germans In tho bitterly contested region ot HeatisIJour In the Champugno The district. attack was repulsed. Klsewhere, from Arres to Ilhclms and from Argenne to the Vosges there were artillery combats but no Infantry fighting. The other operation of Interest marking a period of les3ened activity was the victory won by British troops between La Hnssee and Hethune. For many weeks the Germans maintained themselves In a brick yard which isrhlch dominated a road between tho Germans bn ie nt La Tiassee, and the French base at liethune. A detachment of llritlsh troops stormed and captured the German position and llrovo them to a second line. Probably tho most violent attacks delivered by tho Germans in northern France have been against the Hrltish troops. Kach Bldo has given way only to swing back to its original position. Paris (Special): Diminished activity tho past two days In western Europe has been unusual, but have been marked by two significant operations. Tho Germans opened lire with their neavy Run3 upon the French line north of Solssons, In tho section whero the Germans In the middle of last month cored their only Important successes since they took root In northern France. Tho bombardment of the French lino suggests that the lnvader3 are preparing to mnko another onslaught similar to their drlvo which bent tho French line back nbout Remember! It's Friday, February 12, at 2 CWe have a Special Sale on Men's and Boy's p. m. Cloth- ing at greatly reduced prices. Look over our stock before you buy. These are great bargains in quality and price. Watch Our Show Windows for the Latest B.F. Beard & Co., Hardins burg. THE OLD RELIABLE Ky. o London, Fob. S. Potrograd reports tho that news Warsaw from Germans west of tho Hzura and the Ravka are withdrawing to position occupied west of Lodz, In tho early part of December, and that tho rotlre- iment Is the flrst stage of a general retreat from Poland. The latest news of the situation on ,1110 short thirty miles west of Warsaw, Is confirmatory of the announcements ot bleaches in the Gorman line. According to dispatches from Potrograd, the Kusslans have made further ad- jvances along the Hzura In tho move- 'ment designed to turn tho German left flank, and have crumpled tho German center by fierce nttacks on tho Ravka, south of the Hzura lino. It Is reported that the Goimans wero saved from complete rout only because of the numbers of heavy guns they had In support of their Infantry. Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us Try the "Want" Column flflemorjaJ Cloverport Methodist Sunday School, Cloverport, Ky., Feb. 7, IglS. "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints;" loved, honored and cherished by friends and loved ones, is the memory of them. So our hearts feel as we write of Mr. H. A. Oelze, who on Saturday morning al an early hour, yielded up his spirit to Him who gave it. Therefore be It," Resolved, That this Sunday School express its appreciation of his active interest and hearty support in all of its' undertakings for the uplift of humanity and the salvation of souls: That we, the members of his class, and of the entire Sunday School of the local M. E. Church, South, express heart-fesympathy to his bereaved family, and pray they may be sus talned by the Divine Presence In their shadowed homes: That this brief expression of all that Is in our hearts for those whose sorrow we feel keenly, Indeed, be spread upon the records of this SnnH copy sent to the family, to the Central Methodist Advocate, and to the e News. W. C. Frank, Pastor. Ira D. Behen, Supt. lt Breck-enrldg- Autumnal Activity on the Minature Farm Tim IiiiHJIiiks a shuwn here are urriuiKed ulons sclentllli! principles, to demonstrate tliesuvlux of tlmo mid labor, unci In the besi Interestsuf sanitation. water systems and power plants have changed the life of the farmer and his family. "Hut machines cost loads and loads of money," continued Mary Lee. "Yes, all machinery costs money," Hetty philosphied. "You can buy it on credit and soon pay for it, Huy one smalt machine at a time. Pay fork, then save up enough money to buy another. The more of these wonderful a machines Harvester Iuteruatioii.il farmer has, the less heavy work has he and especially does he need them in short seasons." Hetty made farm life sound energy nnd oh, how he loves Mary Lee. Anyway, Hetty had accomplished her task and Mrs. John Woodruff was the happiest bride ever carried to a farm. Her friend is to marry a city lawyer next June, After all, Mary Lee is brave. She knows how hard it is to go in that cabin and help her young husband farm. John assured her it would not be so difficult because he would soon be able to equip their little place witli Harvester implements. And then they knew nnd realized that theie is just us much happiness in making a mansion out of a cabin as having a mansion already ideal. made. GARFIELD Robert Pool's baby Is quite tick. Louisville Jim Pool's fumlly are lhted among the hick this week-Mr- . and Mrs. Coral Board, of Custer, were here this week en route to Louisthis ville. Btirrel ltrown Is In week on busluess. Mrs. Jennie Adams, who has been quite sick for several weeks, is not so Jim Allen will move on the farm of well at this writing. Sam Kennedy for this year. Mrs. Russell Compton, of Hardlns-buraccompanied by her little niece, Rev. Jeff Blackburn, of Battletown, Charlotte Compton, were guests of Mrs. has been visiting In our midst. g, BANK MUST MAKE UP LOSS Recognized Advantages. You will find that Chamberlain's Comptroller Holds Directors Responsible For Stock Loss. Cough Uemedy has recognized advant Washington (Special): John Skolton ages over most medicines in use for coughs and colds. It does not sup- Williams, comptroller of tho curiencv. press a cough but loosens and relieves it. has called upon the directors of the Now It aids expectoration and opens the se- National Hank ot Commerce, good city, personally to make which enables the system to Vork cretions, certain losses sustained by the bank throw off a cold. It counteracts any through stock transactions. Tho ditendency of a cold to result in pueunio- - rectors of the bank, or at least a part nia It contains no opium or other nar-- I of them, have yielded to the comptrol.. : .. " wnm ,.", iuu- - ler's demand. luui, aimi iiia iuv: fidentaly as to an adult, l'or sale by all What the amount Involved waa could not be ascertained here, but dealers. Washington was not so much Interested in that as In the policy which this STOCK YARDS ARE CLOSED action seems to Indicate on the part o( the comptroller's ofheo. Indianapolis, Chicago and Other Points The losses which the flank of Com by Government Decree. Hit merce were called on to make gooo Indianapolis (Special) : As tho result resulted from transactions or Investof tho discovery of foot and mouth Inment which Comptroller Williams confection In Chicago, Indianapolis, Louistended were without authority in law. ville, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Jersey City, They did not constitute violations ot Pittsburg and Columbus, the depart- the law, but there was nothing In the ment of agriculture has Instructed Its national banking act which authorized Inspectors to closo yards in those cit- them. ies to Interstate shipment of live stock after shipment In transit had been disEugenic Law Decreases Marriages. posed of. Madison, Wis., Feb. C The state An order prescribing details and de- board of health in Its annual report claring whether tho yards will bo per- shows that since the eugenics law mitted to contlnuo to receive cattle went Into effect, Jan. 1, 1914, the numfor Immediate slaughter will bo Issued ber of marriages In Wisconsin dropped later. As to shipments in transit, the 3,800. In 1913 there wero 21,052 marInspectors were Instructed to allow tho riages, and In 1914 only 17,252. live stock to go forward If they showed no symptoms of tho disease, had not Postage Rates to Germany Raised. been handled In Infected pens and Washington (Special): Hereafter It wero destined for Immediate slaughter will cost Ave centc to send a lettor to in quarantined areas where federal In- Gormany Instead of two cents. This spection of meats Is maintained. has Just been announced by tho postmaster general. I. B. Richardson part of this week. Cures Old ::r::, Other Remedies Won't Core Rev, C. L. Brulngton filled his reg- The worst cases, no nutter of bow long standing, by the old ular appointment at the Presbyterian are curedAntiseptic wonderful, Oil. reliable Dr. Healing Porter's It relieves church here Sunday. l'aln and Heals at the same time. 25c, COc, $1.00. Dr. J. W. Meador, of Custer, was A Leading Question. the guest of relatives here this week en Do you know whut It costs you to route to Louisville. keep your cows? Perhnps you ore like Mrs. J. A Sandbach was the guest ono farmer 'who said be would have to of her mother, Mrs. Potts, at McQuady, keep cows anyhow, as be bad to hare something to eat up bis feed. lie apthe past week. caro whether the cows Virgil Priest, who has been visiting parently did not which ate tho feed returned a profit or in Meade county, has returned home. not, or, In other words, whether bo milked a cow a year for fun or for ISO. Kimball's Dairy Farmer. column Use the want i J. Burn, Supt. Eloise Nolle, Secy. Officers. Mrs. V. G. Babbage, J. C. Nolte, Committee. D. H. Severs, SHE HAS HIP POCKETS. For cruup or sore throat, use Dr. Thomas, Eclectic Oil. Two sizes, 3sc anu sue. At an urug stores. What could be nobbier ou this severely tailored mohair nnd wool skirt than the patch pockets that nre quite out of tho way-o-f the tennis game, yet bandy for the moucholr and for, say, car fare? Card of Thanks. wish to extend our sincere.. thanks to our neighbors and friends ,., . ..... . Al...!- We ... Eczema spreads rapidly; Itching al- Harriet Wheatley. f nnrf Mrm jwot I) mum o. Tab uutiiuauu most drives you mad. For quick relief, Doan's Ointment is well recommended. 50c at all stores, PilM Curci la 6 to 14 Days Yom drufffist 1U refund money id OINTMENT fall! to tun an mm ol JfesS, Read Ads. BUa4, BlMdlacor Protntdlu piles latto NH the Little Want Tfca im aanaUo glut Wat u4BMkHs STATE POLITICS RACE THE GOVERNOR'Sltenild. Hurt County Jones" In ".Tack Tho I DAHGEROUS MISTAKE (ZZIOezdII Cloverport Mothers Should Not Neglect Kidney Weakness in Children. MAMMOUTH BRONZE TURKEYS! $5.00 for one Young Gobbler; $8.00 per pair; $11.00 for trio; young gobbler weighs 25 pounds. The whols (ace of the earth Is covered with candidate lor Governor. No living man ever saw them In such large number and of such small caliber. Henry Bosworth was elected Treas-ure- r of Kentucky because he, as Sheriff of Fayette county, arrested Caleb Powers as he was fleeinff from Kentucky after the assassination of WilThen, after that, he liam Goebel. was elected Auditor for the State of Kentucky simply because he arrested Powers. Now he wants to be elected Governor of Kentucky because he arrested Powers. Mr. Bosworth has demonstrated that he had sufficient ability to take an armed posse and go Into a railroad train at Lexington and arrest Caleb Powers, who was a passenger on the train. Again, as Treasurer of Kentucky, he has proven that when a warrant, say for a hundred dollars, was presented at the Treasurer's win dow for payment, he could accurately count out a hundred dollars in payment of the warrant. He is now Auditor of Kentucky, but he has not yet shown that he Is the best man In all Kentucky for the place. Besides, he is a part a big part of the present State Administration; and that fact soon will be aud ought to be fatal to any man's political aspirations In Kentucky, from now until kingdom come. Mr. Bosworth should not ask the democrats of Kentucky to keep on electing him to office forever because Behe arrested Caleb Powers once. he Is made Governor be should, at fore least, arrest him some more. The Governor of Kentucky should be something more much more than a good arresting officer. As Governor he would have no ar rests to make. Therefore, his qualif- icationsor lack of qualifications-sho- uld be considered. Our own town Marshal Is a good arresting officer; but ho Is not a candidate for Governor of Kentucky. Neither should Henry Bosworth be. Then, there's Mr. John W. Newman, who is now Commissioner of Agriculture for Kentucky. He, too, wants to be Governor of Kentucky. As Commissioner cf Agriculture he has been principally engaged in running the Kentucky State Fair down at Louisville. Yes, he has been running the State Fair, up or down for better or for worse. But, since the Fair is over he has been running the quarantine against the "foot and mouth disease," which either has or has not existedthis question being yet not set- ilea. with FedMr. Newman eral agents who were sent to Kentucky to stamp out the disease. They stamped it out by preventing the farmers from shipping their healthy This quarantine stock to market. against the "foot and mouth disease" which may or may not have existed has cost the farmers millions of dollars. Besides. "Mr. ease Newman" Is a part, and a big part of the present tatate AUministra-tinn- : and that fact Is enoueh to. and ought to, forever politically damn any man in Kentucky. Then, there's Lleutcnant-Govemo- t McDcrmott, He, too, wants to be Many children have weak kidneys, Governor of Kentucky, An early warning is In an article which appeared In the Often followed by backache, head Louisville Evening Times on January ache, languor. the second, 1OI5, It Is said of Mr. 'Tis a mistake to neglect these trou bles. "In 101: he was urged by the To blame the child for Its own dis State Democratic Leaders to betress. Lieutenant-Governor. come a candidate for Seek to check the cause. After declining beSave the child from dangerous kid cause of the certain injury to his ney Ills. law huslness, he consented to run Doar.'s Kidney Pills are especially though only six weeks remained for weak kidneys. before the primary." Thousands of parents know their May we, just here, be permitted to ask what "leaders," instead of the worth, Head this teatimoncy. people, had him becoma a candidate Mrs. C. II. Elder, Taylor St., Can- for Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky? May we also be allowed to Inquire nelton, Ind,, says: "I used Doan's what Irons these "leaders" Kidney Pills in my child's case and It took only a short time before they had in the fire? If we may further bo Indulged helped her. The child had weak kid And, In our questioning, we will ask why ncys nearly all her lifo and there Mr McDcrmott was not asked by those icemed to be difficulty with the kid aforementioned "leaders" to become a ney secretions day and night, which of greatly interfered with her school candidate for Lieutenant-Governo- r Kentucky until just a fow weeks be work. She was very nervous and was Uoan s Kidney fore the primary election, which pri- cross and Irritable. mary election had just been postponed Pills checked the trouble and I believe from May to July by those same that contlnusd use will make a complete cure. It lvo3 me pleasure to leaders?'' In the above referred to Louisville recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to parTimes newspaper article, it Is further onts having children alllictcd with weal: kidneys. said of Mr McDcrmott: I'rice 50c, at all dealers. Don't "He was selected to speak at the slmplv ask for a kidney remedy get Silver Jubileo of Bishop William Doan's Kidney Pills the same that G. McCloskey and Bishop Dudley Foster-Mil- Mrs. Hlder recommends. of the Episcopal church, and was burn Co , I'rops , Buffalo, N. Y. the speaker to the testimonial dinner glveu to the Reverend W. H. this same crowd of "leaders" just re Whltsitt, and tho Reverend Carferred to cast old Grandma McCrcary ter JoneH of the Baptist church, into "twilight sleep," and while so and of the Reverend K. L. Boyle soothingly disarmed, he signed bills of the Christian church, and at a and made appointments which the tax meeting of the Revcreud U. (5. payers of Kentucky will not forget in Foote of the Methodist church." Further inquisitlveness again seizes a hundred years. This Administration, of which Mr. us and we would pDlltely ask, If you please, why, in the same newspaper McDermott is such a potent part, is article reference is made not only to the same State Administration which the fact that certain ''leaders'' just will go down to history and Hades In before the primary election prevailed unnumbered automobiles, looking for upon him to run, but also refers to the stray books which took French leave fact that ho had made speeches upon from the State Library while the occasion of jubilees and anniversaries ''foot and mouth disease'' did or did and such functions given or held in net prevail in Kentucky. honor of preachers preachers CathNo man, no matter what his name, olic, preachers Episcopalian, preachers Baptist, preachers Christian and should be nominated by the Dsmocrats of Kentucky If he constitute a real preachers Methodist'? Pray tell us, Is there any connec- part of the present State tion between the "leaders" getting him ln.o the race just before the priHow to Prevent Bilious Attacks. mary election and this reference of "Coming events cast their shadows having made speeches Catholic, speeches Episcopalian, speeches Bap- before." This is especially true of bil tist, speeches Christian and speeches ious attacks. Your appetite will fail, you will feel dull and languid. Methodist? If you are subject to bilious attacks take three Besides, Mr. McDermott is a part and a big part at that of the present of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as State Administration; and that would these symptoms appear and the attack For sale by all and should, politically and forever may be warded off. dealers. damn him in Kentucky. Not the people but the "leaders" the L0DI3URG very practically leaders at that foist ered Mr. McDermott as Lieutenant-Governo- r Mrs. Willie Parr, of Clifton Mills, and as President of the Kentucky State Senate upon the people. was called to the bedside of her sister-in-laSirs. Coral Hoard, of Louisville, f of the The State Senate was State Legislature which these "lead who underwent an operation at Norton's ers" controlled, and, by that control, Infirmary, and is not expected to live. Dick Mays, of Webster, was in our made it possible for Kentucky now to Of course town one day last week. be head over heels In debt. this could not have been done except Mrs. Mary Adkisson and daughter, Miss Mayme, attended the funeral of Miss Mayme Kendall at Irvingtou last solf-sam- e one-hal- Fine Plymouth Rock Cockerels $1.00 Each For further particulars write to MRS. THOS. BEARD, NEW BETHEL. Herbert Jarboe Is attending school at Fordsville. Al'en Dowell will leave for Illinois in a few days The school at this place, taught by Sam neiinliigtr, of West View, will close Friday, Cleve Ik'inlrick nud Dennic Miller, of HardinslmrK, attended the funeral of their uncle, Christopher I Ictidrick , here, last Sunday. Rich l'atc, of Henderson, has bought C. J. Cox's property and moved here. :: Hardinsburq, Ky. DlCZ30C51fo1 i S i fi GOOD COMBINATION 1 1 FOR 1915 & Breckenridge News, year Louisville Evening Post, Daily, year... Home and Farm, twice-a-mon24 page War Atlas th $1.00 3.00 1 .50 .50 I $5.00 t I Total All For $3.50 SEN!) SUHSCItll'TIONS TO Whenever You Need n General Tonic Take drove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable ns a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QUININI and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches, the Blood nnd Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. t THE , BRECKENRIDGE Cloverport, Ky. . NEWS 1 T0BINSP0RT Misses Alia Lamb and Verda Folk took the teachers' examination at Can-nelto- n Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Saturday. Miss Emma Leaf, who has been quite ill. Is improving. Kli Leaf, of Herryvllle, Ark., arrived here Friday. Clias. Adams and Mrs. Mary Sud darth shipped hogs to Louisville Tues-day- . William Suddarth and Lloyd Thomas 111., left last week for Assumption, where thuj expect to get farm work Casper Gardner .sold three horsis to James Masterson, of Troy, for V""i. Messrs. Daniel and Henry I'arrish delivered beef cattle to the local mar ket at Cannelton Monday. Rev. N. F. Gabbert, of Owensboro, held services at the Baptist church Sunday morning and Monday evening. The public sale at the home of the late Thomas Leaf was not largely attended on account of bad weather. Ed Suddarth and Henry I'arrish made a business trip to Stephensport Thurs day. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits putroimuc of Cloverport Business Bath $1.50 Men and Shoppers Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon OFFICK TIU-N- & WALLS MVI5RV STAM.K PUKPAKED SPECIAL TO TREAT ALL TO ANIMAL DISEASES. ATTENTION GIVEN CALLS AT ALL HOURS. DR. R. P. KUNNECK, V. M. D. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY Colds and Croup In Children. Many people rely upon Chamberlain's Cough Remedy implicity in cases of colds and croup, and it never disappoints them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas, Logausport, Ind , writes: "I have found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be the best medicine for colds and croup I have ever used, and never tire of recommending it to my neighbors and friends. I have always given it to my children when suffering from croup, and it has never failed to give them prompt relief." F'or sale by all dealers. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: Always In officii during olllco hours Imington, Ky. McQUADY News Want Ads. are Little Winners Effect of Great Kidney Remedy is Soon Realized. feel it my duty to let you know what ot did for me. I was bothered with my back for over twenty years and at times I could hardly get-oof bed, I read your advertisement and decided to try Swamp-Roo- t. Used five bottles, and it has been five years since I used it, and I have never been bothered a day since I took the last bottle of it, I am thoroughly convinced that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koo- t cured me and would recommend It to others suffering as I did. My husband was troubled with d bladder troubles and he took your Swamp-Roo- t and It cured him. This was about five years ago. You may publish this letter if you Very truly yours, choose. MRS. MATTI13 CAMF11XD, R. V. D. No. :i, Goblevllle, Mich. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th of July, lOOt). Arvin W. Myers, Notary Public, for Van Duren Co., Mich. 1 One Experience Convinced Me of its Value "One of our sales- men demonstrated the value of the Long Distance Telephone to us. He was at Huntsville, Ala., and upon his own responsibility Dut in 1 Cong Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a radius of several hundred miles. "In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars. "Since then we have applied the Long Distance Bell Telephone to every feature of our business with The service is fine, the most profitable results. rates are reasonable and there is more satisfaction in one Long Distance Telephone talk, than in half a dozen letters". week. Kli Johnson, of Fkron, visited his sister, Mrs. Grajson Payne, last Sunday. Mrs. Jonas Basham is at her parents, Mr. and Mrs J, W Miller, confined to case of grippe. her bed with J. II. Avitt and Henry Cashnmn are at Hardinsburg this week attending court. Miss Kssie Matthews' school at Walnut Grove closes today, Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Gibson bought of Mrs. Taylor Dowell, of Irvingtou, a trio of fine silver laced Wyandottes, and they are" beauties. Miss Jennie Basham was the week-enguest of her cousin, Miss Ida Belle Ater, of Irvingtou. Meddow Simmons shipped three hogshead of tobacco to Louisville last week and received Jtlo.oo for his leaf. Miss Gola Hatfield, ot Stepheusport, after visiting friends and relatives at Clifton Mills, returned home last Saturday, accompanied by Mr. Louuie Keys. James Dutchke and sou, of Louisville, is the guest of his mother, Mrs, I'ollie Dutchke, last week. Grover Severs, of Utah, came in last week to visit his mother, Mrs. Jake Severs, of Fryniire. d Mrs. Mildred Sandbach, of Garfield, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Potts, returned to her home Friday afternoon. J. B. Bates is the guest of his cousin, Squire Tom Bates, of near Tur Springs. Hardie Ball, of Hardinsburg, was htre Thursday buying tobacco. Mrs. John Marshall spent the week end at htr home in Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis went to Hardinsburg Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr. Lon Jarboe. J. M. Beatty was In Hardinsburg Special Rates To Swamp-Ro- Farmers' State Institute at ut Henderson, Ky. Saturday. Misses Marcella Lyons and Myra Bruner went to Hardinsburg Friday. How To Give Quinine To Children. name given to an FnnRII.INRIsthe Improved Quiulue. It U a Tateles Syrup, pleasant to take and does not disturb the stomach. Children take it and never know it is Quinine, trade-mar- Reduced round trip rate from Cloverport to Henderson, Ky., on account of Far-mer- kid-en- s' State Institute $3.00 Tickets will bo sold Alio especially adnpted to adulta who eaun t take ordinary Quiuine. poes not nauseate nor cause nervounes nor ringing in the head. Tr it the next time you need Quiniue lor any pur pose. Atk for 2 ounce original package. The name PI41JKIUM! is blown iu bottle. 25 cents. Notice. February 21, 22, 23. Limited to return March 2, 1915 Corrcspondinuly low fares will bo in cll'cct from other in Breckinridge-county- . stations The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Became ol 111 tonic ami laxative effect. LAXA. TI VIC IIKOMO QUININI! it better thau ordinary Quinine anil does not cause ucrvousness nor ringing lu head. Remember the lull name aud look for the signature of 11. W. GROVU. 25c. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCOKrOHAItD.) BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Watch the Silo Hoops. The hoops of n wooden stavo silo should bo kept drown snugly around it. After tho silo Is filled and there are Indication of the staves swelling and making the hoops too tight It Is well to loosen them a little. L, H. & St. L. R. R. Company Persons writing, should always sign name. Also give three facts In your Items, name, time and place. "Miss Letters to ausie Joues called on Mr. Tom Smith" Dr. Kilmer & Co. is not news, 'tis only gossip. The Hlnghamton.N. V. Breckenridge News wants news and glao to receive it from always Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do ForVou Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., for 11 sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You Tho Fall Born Calf. will also receive a Do not full to give tho calf born this information, telling booklet of valuable about the kidneys fall a good start In life. Almost In- and bladder. When writing, be sure variably the fall born calf will bo and mention the Breckenridge News. stronger nnd heavier at the satno age Regular t and size than the calf born In tho spring. The bottles tor sale at all drug stores. needs a little grain Just so fall calf eon as be will eat it He will be a Ad Today. Try B better calf by spring too. fifty-cenone-doll- ar a Want THE BRECKENR1DGE ' NEWS, JNO. D. BAAlMtib, Cditor and Publisher Poultry Feeds and Feeding Ily Herbert Halt. -WE PRIPEAtr MM' BANKS ffS MONEYAW ffAS NO FEAR Issuod Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nncl 5c for ench ndditionnl insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at tlio rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examino tholabol on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. The candidates of today liavo awakened to the fact that reaching the voters through the country weekly is the quickest, easiest and most cllicicnt way. Through tho country weekly the Hreck-enridg- c may pick their prospect. If they need to speak to those in tho advertising county or in Bell county, they can employ columns of the lending newspapers in that territory. Tho candidate sees what a big opportunity he has to get in touch with those whom he wants to convert to his side of the question. They see how many imre people ho can talk to through tho country weekly than in a court-hoiu-Usually the men who go to hear a candidato speak arc the men who arc already for him. No .one else hears him. Rut through advertising in the important country paper, the candidate gets to talk directly to the man. who probably is not interested enough to go hear him speak at the county scat. Ho will for curiosity or passing interest sit at home and read what all the candidates arc cn villi. While newspaper advertising costs money, it is not so expensive as traveling fiom 'plncc to place; not so hard on a man physically. And, best of all, the candidate may reach tho voters without neglecting the duties of his ollice, which is, no doubt, frequently done oflico-scckeiv c. , SPEAKING TO VOTERS. while he goes out campaigning. EVERY DAY BUNDLE DAY. Bundle Day in New York the Mayor asked for a million packages of clothing to clothe the poor of that city. Tho plan met with it an honor to carry a bundle for success because the men charity on last Thursday. Why not make every day a bundle day in your community!! There once lived in Cloverport a woman who was never seen without a bundle. Going from her home she always carone else. Today she directs largo bundles to ried a package to be sent to a charitable institution from which she receives a lucrative salary as purchasing agent. If wo would gather up only the fragments from our tables, wo could observe Bundle Day. If wo kept our attics clean, our cellars tra;ght, our stores orderly, wo could carry a bundle every day and never miss its contents. Sometimes, the things that are most useless and a care, aro kept for years. Learn to let go of these, some one would enjoy them. Hand them on, whatever they are, unsaleable articles in your stores, unused ollice equipment and unopened books of any value. Tho housekeeper may give away discarded clothing, unused household utensils, stacked away china, rag for rugs, pieces for quilts and many little things that will never be used until seven years! Then you may not need them, you may have something far better. This is life to keep things going, and life is interesting as long as wo do not let things ruin and rot nnd die around us. con-idered Har Insltute At tha Farmer dltubure, Herbert Hall, successful In the poultry Industry In Brcekcnrldec county, read a paper written from ex, perlcnec on "Feeds and tecdintf." Several valuable paragraphs from Mr. Hall's article are herewith published: This Is a subject that has occupied the minds of all feeders 6f live stock for a time past. The different food articles and their comparative values are not thoroughly understood by the majority of the novices In the live stock and poultry Industry. In this article It Is my desire to bring to bear on the minds of the farmers and poul try raisers the necessity of having an understanding of foods and how they should be compuunded and the part of any food value that is wasted by not t'ivlnir this subject the proper study. Corn Fine at Proper Time. Corn is a very fine feed in the proper time and In hands that know the re suits of corn In the different times of the year. Corn Is rich in carbohydrates the property that cause oxidation or burning away of tin worn out cells; therefore, If corn Is fed to an excess In summer It will cause too much iat and will produce an exc ss of heat and in connccticn with the external heat of season may result in apoplexy of the brain. Corn Is an excellent winter food and should be fed at night just be fore tho birds go on the rocst. When a hen fills her craw with corn on a cold winter night she practically has a lit tle stove within herself to keep her warm, as the corn contains tho heat- producing qualities. Tins Is the samo principal as a person eating meat In winter. You can rest assured that If you will feed corn at night that their combs will not freeze it matters not how poorly you have them housed; also the laying hen will feci more vigorous the next morning. In tho most of you to have this green feed is: Just as soon as your garden truck will do to remove, do so, and sow your garden in rye, though If you have another lot convenient to your poultry yard, sow It. Hut this plan has its objections. For Instance, In winter when eggs arc 30 cents per dozen, there comes a big snow and lays on for eight or ten days, your egg supply Is going to fall short, and in the spring, when you want fertile eggs nnd lots of t lie m, you will want to plow the lots to make ready for a crop But If you will provide yourself with an expensive oat sprouter, as I have here, you can have green feed when you want Itand In any quantities. Water Essential. Water should be considered as an essential food, as It contains a great deal of mineral matter that the fowl's body needs and pure clean water and plenty of It is inductive to the perfect health of the fowl. An egg contains from 63 to 80 per cent, water; therefore, plenty of pure water will aid In production of more eggs and if it is given to the warm in the winter time you will be amply repaid for your trouble, with the increased number of eggs. Table scraps also make a very tine feed if fed properly. They should not be poured ou the ground In a sloppy state and then let the birds pick from them, but as they are gathered up In the kitchen, pour them up in some kind of a vessel and put in the potato and turnip peels, tl.e cabbage trimmings and then cook them all well done and then add sufficient wheat bran to make the mixture crumbly and give them only what they will clean up lit a few minutes. Splendid Feeding Method. feeding layers and breeders early of a morniuu as soon as the fowls come olT the roost. They should be fed about one handful of commercial scratch feed to every two hens, or about one pint to every ten hens.. About ten o'clock scatter from one to two square inches of sprouted oats, per hen. in the litter to Induce more exercise, and in tho winter time, along about three or four o'clock, feed them about as much of equal parts of corn, wheat and oats as fed of the scratch feed in the forenoon. Some recommend not to feed a scratch feed of a morning, but to give suflicient of the evening feed that they will not get it all before night and will have some still in the litter to work after in the morning. Always keep your hens well supplied with water, charcoal, grit and oyster shells. A good method of Burglars, thieves and hold-u- p men make it their BUSINESS to learn who keep money in their pockets, or houses, or in holes in the ground. They will not tackle the man who has his money SAFE in our bank. BANK your money and be free from FEAR fear of burglars, sickness, OLD AGE, or that your wife and children may some day be in WANT. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. HITCH - UP AND TAKE A DRIVE Wheat and oats are both excellent foods. They do not contain so much material as corn, but have a greater per cent, of muscle, hone nnd egg material in them. ng o oo Deef scraps contains two times as much protein as carbohydrates; therefore, It should be fed in connectirn with the grain and mash feed. You may ask: Why do this? From the simple fact, you supply the needs of the body in this element and the hen can then convert the food she consumes into eggs without robbing her body of any uecessary material for its nourish- Saddles and Harness in the middle West, is in charge of the cutWe ting and making department. Our work is s mako and carry in stock everything usually kept in a saddlery house. Repairing neatly and correctly done. Hand-mad(irst-clas- But before- doing so, call in at the D. M. Jones Saddlery company's custom shop and see how easy it is to et ;ood work and save money. W. G. I licks, tho most expert cutter and builder of We Also do Shoe Repairing While You Wait D. M JOES Manager SADDLERY COMPANY Fordsville, Ky. Located Between Halo's Jewelr Store and Hints' Department Storo D. M. JONES, ment. o o o THE CASE LAWYER, lie who stops, Friday, February 12, will recall that tho date is significant in the history of our State and Nation, for, tho day is tho birthday anniversary of Abraham Lincoln. Wo want to join wholeheartedly in honoring the memory of this great man. His ruling gift was common sense. As a lawyer, Lincoln's good judgment and brought him success. We read of him recently practical an interesting paragraph as follows: "They used to say in terms of depreciation that Abraham Lincoln was only a 'case lawyer." In this his critics IRVINGTON NEWS were right, for Lincoln had no deep or broad knowledge of the law. But he won most of his cases. When ho got a difAND SOCIAL NOTES ficult case ho probably know very little about tho actual rulings of tho law involved. But ho had good judgment wonderful common sense. Ho read up all tho law that apMrs. Munford and Daughter III plied to that caso and went into court and won against lawyers who were graduates of tho schools and far more learned Demonstration of Irvington in tho law than he." Hardware Company's MajestIf tho'busincss man, like Lincoln, would adopt tho Caso System, ic Range Heartily Enjoyed By devote his energies to overcoming one difficulty, it would bo easier for him than trying to lift all his burdens at once. Tho best way to Many. attain success is to take ono stop at a time. MANY PERSONAL ITEMS. The Henderson Route is certainly treating people mighty nice Miss Kliska Youtsler, of Brandenburg, on the Branch during tho session of Circuit Court. Thoy aro allowing passengers to use tho early morning freight train out of Irving-ton- . spent last week with Mrs, J. It. Hottell. Many of tho jurymen aro tuking advantage of this. Thoy can Mrs, Krmine McMullen, of Jackson, has been serve on tho jury and mako their homes at night, do up their chores Miss., illness of called home ou account of the her mother and sister, and gel back in timo for couit every morning. Tho farmers in this Mrs. Mary Munford nnd Miss Emily county have no bettor friends or more accommodating than the of- Munford. ficers of the Henderson Route. Thoy never miss an opportunity to Mrs. Nora Hoard and sou, Jack Hoard, spent Saturday in Louisville. favor them when it is possible for them to do so. view-poi- Granulated bone is very fine for growing birds, as it also contains a I have In this article to large per cent, of bone and muscle give you endeavored an idea of feed, their values, material.- and what I considered a good method Gre:n Feed Important. of feeding, and If you will compile Green feed is indispensable to a you a table of the several feeds and poultry raiser. It is not much trouble their food values and study which and to get eggs and to have them fertile In how much of the ilitlerent feed to put the natural season, and to do so in together to obtain a balanced ration it winter the unnatural season you will be of much service to you. You must make their feed like summer and can obtain this table of food values to do so they must be well supplied from most any poultry journal, but if with green feed. Green feed has a you haven't this handy, I would be medical value and has a hygenlc ef- glad to supply yau with a complete fect upon the hen. The simplest and table with instructions how to And the probably the most convenient way for ratuos of the foods. Wilbur Parks, of Louisville, spent the with Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Parks. Miss Cleo Brownfield returned from Cave City Saturday, where she was called home ou account of the illness and deatli of her brother. Her host of friends extend sympathy. Friends of Miss Maggie Bandy and Lewis Herndon are glad to know that they are convalescent. Miss Sarah Paris, of Louisville, has been here for the past week representing the Goodrich Drug Co , of Omaha, Neb. The funeral of Miss Mamie Kendall was preached at the Baptist church Tuesday morning at 1 1 o'clock by Rev. Rodgers. The following young men acted as Messrs. I'loyd Carter, Harry Couniff, George Huff, Robert Lyons, John W. Jolly and Hubert Lyons. The remains were interred at Cedar Hill cemetery. We extend heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones Mrs. Nannie J, Wathen lias returned week-en- d s: Breckenridge News and The Louisville Daily Herald Both One Year $3.00 jjFor Sale Cash or bankable note, 8 Jersey heifers soon to freshen. 40 Jersey heifers 8 to 16 months old, all in good fix and nice ones. Write your wants BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. FLORIDA TRAVEL ON THE MAGNIFICENT SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Solid Through Electric Lighted Trmla to Jacksonville over LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. Drawing Koom Sleeping Cars from Cincinnati and Louisville ite Observation Sleeping Car and Coaches Tickets on sale (irtt and Long limit Winter Tourist Tickets on tale dally. Short limit Homeseeker's third Tuesday In each month. Write lor further particulars or Illustrated folders ol Florida or the beautilul Gull Cost resorts Miss Ksther Payne, of Stephensport, lations on having been appointed llridge Supervisor. some ono wore to send you a valentine, how would you like a If year's subscription to Tho Brcckenridgo News? It is always full of in Mrs C. O. Chapiu is visiting friends Louisville. pleasant reading and nowsy items. Miss Ven llrown, of Drandenburg, spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. 11. Hottell. Wo admire the man who will work at anything ho finds to do Gillie Dowell returned from Reform, aftor ho is turned away from tho work that pays him best. Ala., l'riday, C. I) Hook had for his guest Saturday Mr. Hall's paper on poultry feeding shows a chicken must bo I.. K. Vetch, a of Louisville, properly fed to bo good enough for food. Mrs Mary Adkissoit and daughter, Miss Mary Adkisson, of Lodiburg, spent You can pretty well tell a man's heart by tho way ho pays his Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. mill-wrigh- t, There is a strong sentiment in this county, openly expressed, for spent Monday night with Mrs. N, II. H. II. Cherry for the Democratic nomination for Governor. He has Netherton. Mr. Kd McAfee is receiving congratua host of friends among tho younger set of Democrats. bilk Two things worth working for are health and Heaven. Mrs,, Cecil Shain, of Guston, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. Sipes. from Louisville, Miss ivliza I'iggott was home from Louisville for the week-enHer graduation takes place Thursday of this week. Miss Mary Heron has the distinction of being one of the tlower girls for the occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Larue Cox ami daughter, Katheriue, are visiting Mrs, James Smith at Guston. Kdward Morrison gave a surprise party Saturday evening in honor of his guest, Mr. Mike Tucker, of Cloverport. The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet at The Manse Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Cleaver will address the crowd. The officers of the Junior Mission Baud were publicly installed in office by The ceremony was hii. Rev. Wade. pressive. The baud will meet Sunday afternoon at 3:30, Our World Family is R. D. PUSEY, General Passenger Agent, LOUISVILLE, KY. being studied. Old Statehouse. Indianapolis (Special): The Indiana Democratic Editorial association, at I's business meeting in Indianapolis, Friday, Feb. 4, passed the following resolution: Resolved, That it Is the sense of the Indiana Democratic Editorial association assembled, that the Indiana legislature should provide for the permanent preservation of tho "Old State Capitol" building at Corydon, where Indiana was born, Juno 16, 181G, and IJvery Kitchen. where Indiana's capital was located for The closing exercises of the negro idne years, from 1816 to 1825. school on last l'riday were highly Bank Deal at Evansville. The pupils have finished the EvanBVllle, Ind. (Special): The Mer eighth grade and will take the county eantlle bank, the Waverly office build-In- ;; examinatiou, and the Grand theater building Mrs. W. J. I'iggott will ko to Louis. have been sold to tho promoters of ville Wednesday and will visit the Pre. thn Indiana Trust and Saving!, bis-cuicred-itabl- e. The Irvington Hardware' Co's, demonstration of the Great Majestic Range was a very successful and enjoyable affair. J. T. Cooper, a special representative of this facto.y, explained the many good qualities of the Majestic, and was kept busy serving the public to hot and coffee. Kach visitor received a souvenir "A Tango Hoop." Miss Claudie I'raucis Reeves won the one dollar prize for the best essay on "Why the Great Majestic Range Should be in vocational School. K6 Breckinridge News WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1915 BnUrod attlio Post Omico at Clorcr port, Ky tin second ctaM matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE n There Is more'catnrrli In this section of tlio country llinn nil other diseases put together, nnd until tlio Inst few years was supposed to be Incurable. Vot a prent many years doctors pronounced It a locnl dlsenno nnd prescribed local remedies, nnd by constantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Hclcnco bns proven C'ntnrrh to be n MRS. J. B. HARRIMAN. Momber of Federal Industrial Relation Committee. Kincheloe's Compound Herb Cough Syrup. An old-fashioned 57?! NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 3 GENERAL OFFICES RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS constitutional disease, nnd tbcreforo Hall's constitutional treatment. Cntnrrli Cure, manufactured by V. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Olilo, Is tlio only Constitutional euro on tbe marlct. It Is tnken Internally. It acts directly on tbe blood nnd mucous surfnees of tlio system. Tbey offer one hundred dollars for any enso It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Add rem: F. J. CIIKNET A CO., Toledo. O. Bold by riruKRltts, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for conttlpatlon. Valentine Day! February 14th We have the line you want lUTEb FOR POLITICAL $ 2.00 For Precinct nnd city Offices For County Offices $ 6.00 For State nnd District Offices $ 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications iti the interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective December 14, 1914. nil.". A. M. No. 143 will leave Cloverport 12110 1'. XI. ArrivliiB Ixiulavlllo. No.U7 will leuvo Cloverport .. IS:.T0 A. Jl. 7:59 A. M. Arrlvlnc Owenstiorii.. 9:00 A. M. Arriving Henderson 144 will leave Cloverport4:32i.m.lnstcnd No. of 4:57 as heretofore: It will moo leave. Irvlniuon.'i<i. in. Instead of 0:01. . Irrrjisuiidiin ayidtiiia rti I 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 dole Mrs. H. V. Duncan has been ill eral days. Mrs. Charles Goatlcy is seriously HI of the measles. The Infant child of Mrs. Leo Haffey, died Sunday at eleven o'clock. Miss Irene Jarb:o will entertain the Wednesday Club this afternoon. Mrs. Lovejoy, of Evansvllle, is visiting her niece, Mrs, Lizzie Gecr. Richard Mattingly has been ill for sometime at his home in Eastland. Albert Johnson, of Princeton, W. Va., was the tfuest of relatives here Sunday. Miss Margaret Skillman left Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B Skilimau. Mrs. Herbert D. Ross will entertain the Ladles' Reading Club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Fitch entertains the Baptist Missionary Society next Monday afternoon. Mr. Henry Lewis and family have moved into the Sawyer, residence in Second street. Mrs. Carr, of Ellzabathtown, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Proctor Keith. Misses Susette and Francis Sawyer will entertain the Indian Study Class J sev- tetmrrotr .'eft Thursday for Versailles to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moorman. News has been received here of the death of Mrs. Mary Patterson at her home near Clover Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hamby have taken apartments la the Henry Pate residence In St. Rose Court. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar II in ton on the birth of a daughter, Myrtle Cleona. Ike Meyer, of Nashville, Tenn., was he're last week. Mr. Meyer was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Solbrig. Mrs. Miram Moorman, of Louisville, who has been with her mother, Mrs. C. D. Hambleton, has returned to her home. evening. Mrs. Wicklifte Moorman causing a panic there. Pctrograd hears that the Russian victory consmmmntcd by tho repulse of 100,000 of Von Macken's veterans, was due in part to a ruse employed by tho . Suspect- I Russian commnndcr-ln-chleflng that the general situation would arouse tho Germans along tho Hzura and tho RavUa to a supremo effort, tho Mule Sales, j Russian commander made a feint of W. N. Pate sold last week to II. L. detaching an army corps from tho first nnd second lines defending tho nzura Stader one mule for $150. the Ravka. The troops wero spec-- , C. V, Robertson sold to Harvey Ditto and taculnry pr.raded nnd entrained townru onv pair of mules for !?350, and five the Vistula. Undoubtedly the move head at $115 to $i:i5. ment was observed, as it was meant to be, by tho Hermans, and Von Mackcn-se- n Judge Layman Wins oulered an attack at daylight. Tho regiments that had been deMerit on His Efficiency. Russian wore returned under cover of tached There was a large attendance at darkness, and tiken to their original court last week and much political k - positions. In addition, at least thirty slp was heard. Judge Reed, of I'aducah, thousand fresh troops that had been deployed on the who is recognized ns one of the ablest held in reserve, were Judges in Kentucky, was htre as spec second lino. German legions ndvanced When tho ial judge in the Cox case, Judge Lay- In solid masses to attack In the early man having prosecuted the case and morning of the second they found u being disqualified. reinforced Russl'i army waiting them He was present in court while Judge Instead of a depleted army. Their misLayman was trying some cases, and take was apparent to them, no doubt, paid a high compliment as to the man In the first two or three hours of conner in which the court was conducted. flict, but they persevered with magJudge Layman made known to those nificent courage until their columns were fairly shattered by tho concenwho were inquiring as to the announcetrated fire of the Russian artillery and ment of his candidacy for as machine guns. Circuit Judge, that he will formally announce within the next few weeks. FOODSTUFFS FOR GERMANY From the numerous expressions heard, t hero. seems to be a very strong senti New Decree Makes Importations' Liament among the people of the county ble For Seizure. that the record he has made, and the London (Special) : Tho following ancourse he has pursued during the two nouncement was made by the foreign years he has held the office of Circuit office: "The new German decree Judge merits their hearty indorsement. makes it evident that all grain and flour Is to pass under control of the Meade County Messenger. German government. It must, there; fore, when imported, be regarded as Fordsville Planing Mill Co. virtually consigned to the German govThe Fordsville Planing Mill Co.. ernment or the authorities under their Fordsville, whose advertisement an- - control. r "Tills creates n novel situation, and pears in this issue, carries a large stock of building material, wire fencing, It is probable that if the destination paints and oils, shingles and everything and cargo of the Wllhelmlna aro for Germany, as supposed, the cargo will, needed or building. Orders will have Is Intercepted, be subprompt attention with prices rieht. Mr. If the vesselprize court in order that mitted to a Jake Wilson is manager, a courteous the new situation created by the Gerrename man. He gives special atten man decree may be examined. There tion to all orders. Is no question of taking any proceedings against the vessel." Mrs. Hugh Wood and little daughter, Miss Ruby Wood, leave his woelt for Karllngton to spend a week They will be joined by Mrs. Wood's mother, Mrs. Ruby Kitchen, of Hopkinsvlllc, and will be the guest of friends. ' s- Miss Martha Willis has returned home from Athens, Ohio, where the was the guest of her sister, Mrs, Carl Randall Halls. Clvcrport people in Louisville recently: Mrs. Frank Ferry, Mrs. Harry Williams, Miss Katherine Moorman, Mrs, Hugh Wood. W. L. Nool, the oldest man and Mason in Cloverport, is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Isoinc on the years Hill. Mr. Noel is ninety-thre- e old. Frank Pate has returned home from Boston, where he was cnlicd in the United States army. Mr. Pate is vis lting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Edward L. Pate, and his sisters. A GENERAL SURVEY OF Mr. John R. Martin and wife (nco Miss A - C. Connor), of Highland THE WAR Park, Ky , spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. .Tas. W. Miller, of The Oalu, and Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hoard, of j Copenhapen correspondents In ConFalrview. stantinople reported that tho Angto- , ... . Invitations have been issued by the r reneu neui ii.ih iieairujuu e iuur ui uiu Friday Club to a St. Valentine's party Dardanelles forti. The dispatches conin honor of a uumber of young men tinue that tho ucfeat of tho Turkish The event will be ono of attractive ar armies In the Caucasus nnd In l'ersla now becoming known in tho rangements and will be given Friday are only capital, and that tho news Is Turkish mixture. A valuable remedy for stubborn Coughs and all Brochial affections. Effective and Harmless. A good, safe Cough Syrup for old people and chilDoes not contain dren. Herb Lace Vals with envelopes From a Penny up Alcohol, Chloroform, or Opium, Morphine, Codine or Heroin of any kind. PRICE, Kincheloe's Hardinsburg, 25c. Pharmacy, t "The Quality Store." :: Kentucky. Novelties ot all sorts Drops, Folders, Pull Cards, Booklets and Valentine Post Cards sPOlMff sPQ tne k"ul you will need VAlVlIk3 for fun-make- rs Cut tills out and send to Kincheloe's Pharmacy lor Free Sample, Mail orders, enclosing stamps for anything wanted 4, I THE POULTRYMAN. ... 1 evening, February iM. The man who has it good lay- Ins strain of pure broil poultry Is going to get enough eggs this winter to pay his feed and labor bills iiud net him n nice profit I'uro bred poultry cannot bo purchased at the price of barnyard fowls. Don't keep a lot of drones or doailljeats or n lot of old hens that have outlived their usefulness. The hens that nre laying thco days are the hens that more than pay for their board, nnd they ought to have nn extra good feed occasionally. Do not keep many breeds. It Is a mistake to try to breed more than one type at n time. Close culling Is tho only means of keeping the Hock up to a high J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. f Write us Jor Prices on BUILDING MATERIAL railtoad station. We will make you a close price Delivered at your neasest A l'ostal Gard will bring prices. WE HANDLE FENCE WIRE FORDSVILLE PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY KY I standard. JAKE WILSON. Manacor THE PREVENTION OF 4 FORDSVILLE, m c-- POULTRY TROUBLES Tho great points to be emphasized In raising poultry are cleanliness, sun light, fresh air ami good food. Where these are Insisted upon difficulties In rasing poultry so far as disease is coiv corned are reduced to a minimum. It Is rarely necessary to uso any remedies y $ 1 Anyone having a good Jack to dispose of, call on or write me. Don't answer this advertisement if you haven't got something good. Address Z Jack Wanted! ?t r 7 c-r- -- r:iz w- -i .- - - - -- ri t o) f ft f2S 5v FRED CLAYC0MB, 7S-i rV Lodibur, 7 7 Ky. -- v . where they are maintained. People who do not supply such con ditions seek to nvold difficulties by oth. er kinds of preventive measures. Among tho best of these Is pcrmnnga nate of potash. This is a chemical which destroys certain kinds of poisons nnd kills bacteria with which it comes In contact. The most convenient way in which to handle It Is to dissolve 10 cents' worth In a pint of water and keep the solution tightly corked In a bottle, preferably kept In a dark closet A tablespouuful of this solution to a gallon of water makes a sufficiently strong mixture for the fowls to drink .without danger to themselves. Kven if twice us much Is used 110 damage need bo looked for. ) '! W a. r t s . I K Let Us Supply Notk Advertisers pleiiM! notify the editor when you wunt advertisement discontinued. Wauled Foxes lted nnd (iray Vow. s. WANTED- - Uurllcld, Kr. Vlrda Your Grocery at all Wants Also Hot Lunch pilirrT tSWttl Ill nim HVtn SEEU-t.ar- rultl'attd bien. "lal nhlto anil yellow, direct from grower. 1'rleen and clrou-n- i lurluwtoerowlt,'l''nEK." JOHN A. SIIEEIIAN KO R N 4 FALMOUTH, KY Hours Prompt Service, Moderate This solution lias been recommended by the Maryland Agricultural col Bargains in Wyandotta Cockerels. Utility Wlilto BAHRAIN? In Hood color, slzo Wyandotte and type. KULels Heavy t.iiylna Strain. Wrltii m for, flhotos and prices. Herbert Hall. Htirdlnv-burgKy. S. C. R. I. Red Cockerels. ?. C. It. I. Ited Cockerels and Well developed: good mark. reasonable. Write, lns. Prices Heard llurdlnstmrg. me your Ky. wants. M. 1). Price Special Fancy Grocories for St. Valentine Occasions FOlt SAI.K-- Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. OREGON'S Extended WOMAN SENATOR Await Ml Clark n Mrs. C. D. Hambleton, who has been seriously ill at her borne of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Pate, has not Improved. Greeting St. Valentine! A Message of Fun and Sentiment Whilo Valentines are essentially messages of lovo and friendship, the comic fcaturo cannot bo overlooked. Mako out a list to whom you wish to send Valentines and select fitting ones whilo our stock is complete. "A Valentine Tells the story as She Takes 8eat. Salem, Ore. (Special): MIbb Kath-ryClark, first woman senator in Oregon, has taken her seat in the state senate. Stunningly gowned and flushed with victory, she called at the utatc-hotts-e before proceeding to the senate. She sought Miss Marion Towne, Oregon's first and only woman state representative, In the house. Representative Tov:ne escorted Senator Clark to the senate chamber, where her appearance momentarily stopped the wheels of legislation. Doorkeepers, pages and officials crowded around to extend greetings. Halt a dozen senators jumped to their feet to move that the courtesies of the senate be extended immediately to Senator Clark. Paroled After Three Years. Bedford, Ind., Feb. C Oliver Younger, a resident of this vicinity, who was sentenced three years ago to tlio Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Telephone 56-- J 1 FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS C. L BEARD Life Have Your Clothes Insurance and Real Estate Hardlnsburp;. j Gleaned and Pressed Telephone 70-- Office with J. R. Eskridge, Attorney Tho open front fresh air poultry house herewith Illustrated Is a fair smnplo of tlio popular henhouso. On utonny days and nights the heuvy muslin curtain Is dropped and buckled at tho sides, tho air dows Klvliig closed with tho weather j Kentucky V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW., Proceedings in Bankruptcy Instituted for Anyone BERRY percolation through and the winlight. Tho roost Is a drop curtain when makes It nocessary, but both day and night the fowls have plenty of new, pure air. I MORRISON Prompt Service Cloverport, Ky. Dry Cleaners that never grows old" 1 Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Clivirport, : : Kentucky See it at American Theater next Monday night lege as hnvlug special vnluo in the raising of chicks, sluce Its action destroys bacteria which cause white diarIf reformatory, has been pa- rhea and other bowel troubles. the chemical Younger's parole recalls the desired the crystals ofdrinking water roled. may be dropped In tho murder of James L. Mitchell, an aged without having been previously disfarmer and neighbor of Youngor, who solved, ns suggested above. This. how lived a mile east of this city, three ever. Is not us good a plan because and a balf years ago. some of tho crystals may not dissolve, and some parts of the solution may Bombard Forts. Athens (Special) : Four allied torpedo thus bo weaker than others. Where It boats bombarded the forts near Kara-thl- a Is thought desirable to follow this latIn the Dardanelles. Tbey fired ter plan a safe guide Is to uso no moro 174 shells and Ignited two ammunition crystals to each gallon of water than will pile up on a ten cent piece. depots. rBuy Gold Msctah The Sure Growing Kind SEEPS field a I i y. FOR SALE! j Registered Hamshire Gilts bred for April farrow. Some nice open gilts also. Prices right. AUo ft' JjJ Buy them from your local ten dealer. If he can't im ply you, u rito ut direct. LOUISVILLE StCO CO. 2nd and Main Loulavllla, Ky. l fa fjj Johnson County White Seed rj Corn Gasoline Engine For Sale at The News Office. ! J. R. MATTINGLY 1 R. R. No. Hardinsburg, Ky. The Million DArlystery By HAROLD MAG GRATII Illustrated from Scenes in the Photo Drama of tho Same Name by tho Thanhouser Film Company (Copyright, lilt, lij UarolJ MacOratb Keep away man; become erratic. from here for at least three days, but always call me up by telephono some The Wiles of a Woman. time during tho day. Never under any affnlr of the auto bandits-th- ree circumstance, unless I send for you, After tho wero killed a lull fol- come here of whom at night. Only one man lowed. If you're a sailor you know now watches tho house during the what kind of a lull I mean day, but five aro prowling around afclouds down the southwest horizon, ter dark. They might havo instructho water crinkly, tho booms wabbling. tions to shoot you on sight. I can't Suddenly a series at "accidents" began spare you Just at present, Mr. Norto happen to Norton. At first ho did ton. You've been a godsend; nnd If not give the matter much thought. It seems that sometimes I did not The safe which fell almost at his feet trust you fully It was because I did and crashed through the sidewalk not caro to drag you In too deep." merely induced him to believe he was Deep? Norton thought of Florence lucky. At another time an nutomo-blland smiled inwardly. Could anybody furiously around a comer be In deeper than h was? Once It came while ho was crossing the street, and was on tho tip of his tongue to cononly amazing agility saved him from fess his love for Florence, but the bodily hurt. The car was out of sight gravity of Jones' countenance wau an when ho thought to recall the number. obstacle to such move; It did not inThen camo tho Jolt In tho subway. vito it. Only a desperate grab by one of tho To bo sure, Jones had no real auguards saved him from being crushed thority to say what Florence should or to death. Even then he thought noth- should not do with her heart. Still, ing. Hut when a new box of cigarettes from all points of view, it was better arrived and he tried one and found It to keep tho affair under tho roso till strangely perfumed, and, upon further thero came a more propitious hour In analysis, found it to contain a Java- which to mako the disclosure. Love, in tho midst of all these nese narcotic, a slow but sure death, he beciiii.- v. iilt- awake enough. They alarms! Sharp, desperate rogues on were after linn lie began to walk one side, millions on tho other, and carefully, to keep In public places aa yet love could enter the scene serenely, like an actor who had missed often as he possibly could. Ho was not really afraid of death, his cue and camo on too soon. Oddly enough, there was no real but lie did abhor the thought of its such as you often read coming up from behind. Except for " about. A pressure of tho hand, n the cigarettes they wero all he could not havo proved any- glance from tho eye, there was seldom thing before a Jury of his intimate anything more. Only once that memorable day on the river road had ho friends. He never entered an elevator with- kissnd her. No word of love had been out scrupulous caro. He never passed spoken on either side. In that wild under coverings over the sidewalks moment all conventionalities had like smoke In the wind. where construction was going on. Still, careful as he was, death con- There had been neither past nor fufronted him once more. It was his ture, only tho present in which they knew that they loved. With her he habit to havo his coffee and rolls he rarely ate anything more for his was happy, for he had r.o time to u.: breakfast sot down outside his door over the future. Away from her he every morning. The coffee, being In a saw the Inevitable barriers providing silver thermos bottle, kept its heat for against tho marriage between a poor young man and a very rich young woman. A man who has any respect for himself wants always to be on equal terms with his wife. It's the way this peculiar organization called society has written down its rules. Doubtless a relic of the stone age, when Ab went out with his club to seek a wife and drag her by the hair to his den, there to care for her and to guard her with his life's blood. It is one of the few primitive sensations that remain to us, this wanting the female dependent upon the male. Perhaps this accounts for man's lack of Interest on the suffragette question. Only Susan suspected the true mate of affalis, being a woman. Having had no real romance herself, she delighted in having a second-hanone, as you might say. Sho Intercepted many a glance and pretended not to see the stolen hand pressures. The wedding was already full drawn in her mind's eye. These two young people should be married at Susan Farlow's when the roses were climbing up the sides of the houso and the young robins were boldly trying their fuzzy Norton Put His Arms Around Her. wings. It struck her as rather strange, but she could not conjure up (at this hours. When he took the stopper out wedding) more than two men besides and poured forth a cup it looked oddly the minister, the bridegroom, and the black, discolored. It Is quite probable butler. that had there been no series of "acBy forsaking his accustomed haunts, cidents" he would have drunk a cup under the advice of Jones, the bidden and died In mortal agony. It con- warfare ceased temporarily. You can't tained bichloride of mercury. very well kill a man when you don't Very quietly he set about to make know where to find him. He ate his Inquiries. This was really becoming breakfasts haphazardly, now here, serious. In tho kitchens downstairs now there. Ho received most of bit nothing could be learned. The maid assignments by telephone and wrote bad set the thermos bottle before tho his stories and articles in bis club, In door at 10:30. Norton had opened the the writing rooms of hotels, and In door at 1:30 threo hours after. The variably dispatched them to the offl outlook was not the cheerfulest. He by messenger. The managing edltoi knew perfectly well why all these wanted to know what all this meant; things "happened;" ho had Interfered but Norton declined to tell him. with the plans of tho scoundrels who It Irked him to be forced to rear were making every possible movo to range his dally life his habits. It kidnap Florence Hargreave. was a revolution against hts ease, foi Ono afternoon be paid Florenco a ho loved ease when he was not at visit. Of course ho told her nothing. work. He had tho sensation of having They had become Becretly engaged been suddenly robbed of bis the day after he had rescued her from having been cast out into theborne, ol the auto bandits. They wero secretly And on top of all this he hadstreets to gc engaged becauso Florenco wanted It and fall In love! so. For once Jones suspected nothThero was no longer a shadow op ing. Why uhould he? Ho had troubles enough. As a matter of fact, poslte tho apartments of the I'rlncesi Norton was afraid of him In tho same I'erlgoff. Braine came and went nightsense as a boy Is afraid of a police- ly without discovering any one. Thii rather worried him. It guve him the man. Hut on this day, when tho time Impression that the shadow had found came, ho accosted the butler and drew out what ho had been seeking nnd nc longer needed to watch the comlnj him into the pantry. and going of either himself or the they are after mo now." "Jones, CHAPTER VIII. blue-black o love-makin- g "acci-U'jnts;- vigilant all these years In which he did cludo us. How about tho child he never sought but guarded? Vigilance! Ho never was anything else all these eoventeen years. The truth Is, success has developed a coarseness In out methods. And now It is too lato foi finesse. Wo havo tried every device wo can think of; nnd there they nro tho girl free, Norton unharmed, nnd tho father as secure In his retreat ns though he wore an Invisible clonk. My head nehes. I havo ceased to bo Inventive." "The two are In love with each other." "Aro you sure of that?" "I havo my eyes. But I begin to wonder." "About what?" "Whether or not Jones suspects me and Is giving mo rope to hang myself with. Not mce havo tho poller been called In r.nd 'old whnt has really ""hey .re totally at sen. And what has becomo of tho man over the way?" "By tho Lord Harry!" exclaimed Braine, clapping his hands. "I believe I've solved that. We shot a man coming out of Hnrgrcave's. Since then there's been no one across the way. Ono nnd the same man!" "Put that knowledge doesn't get us anywhere." "No. You say they are In love?" "Secretly. I don't believe tho butler has an Inkling of it. It is possible, however, that Susan has caught the trend of affairs. But, being rather romantic, she will in no wise Interhap-nene- ho had eluded us." "Indeed!" Ironically. "Ho wasn't sagely. "It Is nothing serious. Just a fancy. I shall nover marry again. Men are gay deceivers; they always havo been able jy "How long, how long!" the butler murmured. How Ions would this strango combat last? Tho strain wan terrible. Ho slept but little during tho nights, for his ears wcro always waiting for sounds. Ho had cast tho chest Into tho sen. and It would take n dozen expert divers to locate It. And now, atop of all thoso worries, tho child must fall In love with tho first comer! It was heartbreaking. Norton, so far as ho had learned, wns cool and bravo, honest and reliIn L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health of Stanley Hnrfircavo'a daughter, that wns altogether n different matter. And ho must devise somo means of putting a atop to It, but Dut ho was saved that trouble. Mongooso nnd cobra, that wns tho game being played; the cunning of tho ono against tho deadly venom of tho other. If ho forced matters ho would only lay himself open to tho strlko of tho snako. He must havo patience. Gradually they were breaking tho organization, lopping off a branch hero nnd there, but tho peaco of tho future depended upon getting a grip on the splno of tho cobra him- a pinch; but as tho husband Insurance. Old Reliable Companies ollcrroirlfolfolfolfaorzz)! Walls & Trent self.' A Little Melodrama Arranged for the Benefit of Florence. fere." Braine smoked In silence. Presently a smile twisted his lips. "You have thought of something?" she asked. "You might try It," he said. "They have accepted your friendship; whether with ulterior purpose remains to be learned. She has been to your apartments two or three times to tea and always ?ot home' safely." "No," she said determinedly. "Nothing shall happen here. I will not take the risk." "Walt till I'm through. Break up the romance In sue a wny that the girl will bar Norton froi the house. That's what we've been aiming at; to get rid of that meddling reporter. We've tried poisons. Try your kind." "What do you mean?" "Lies." "Ah! I understand. You want me to win him away from her. It cannot be done." "Pshaw! You have a bag full of tricks. You can easily manage to put him into an equivocal position out of which ho cannot possibly squirm so far as tho girl Is concerned. A little melodrama, arranged for the benefit of Florence. Fall Into Norton's arm3 at the right moment, or something like that." "I suppose I could. But if I failed "You're too damnably clever to fall your own particular work. Something has got to be done to keep those two apart. I've often thought of raiding the house boldly and carrying off the whole family, Susan and all. uui a wholesale affair like that would bo too noisy. Think it over, Olga; we have gone too far to back down now. There's always Russia; aiid while I'm the boss over here they never cease to watch me. They'll make mo an In and nlways will bo. Perhaps I'm a bit wicked; but I rather like to provo my theory that all men aro weak. If I had n daughter I'd rather havo her bo an old man's darling than a young man's drudge. I distrust every man I know. I camo to ask you and Susan to go to tho opera with mo tonight. You will come to my apartments first. You will come?" "To bo sure wo will!" "Simple Httlo fool!" thought tho Russian on tho way home. "She shall see." "I bellevo tho countess Is engaged to bo married," said Florenco to Jones. "Indeed, miss?" "Yes. I couldn't get anything definite out of her, but sho had a beautiful ring on her finger. Sho wants Susan and mo to go to tho opera with her tonight. Will that bo all right?" Jones gazed abstractedly at the rug. Whenever a problem bothered him ho o seemed to find the so'ution In tho patterns of the Persian rugs. Finally he nodded. "I see no reason why you should not go. Only, watch out." "Jones, thero Is one thing that will mako mo bravo and happy. Will you tell mo If you aro In direct communication with my- father?" "Yes, Miss Florenco." he answered promptly. "But do not breatho thw to a single soul, neither Susan nor Norton." "I promiso that. But, ah! hasten tho day when ho can come to me without fear." "That Is my wish also." "You need not call mo miss. Why dell-cat- Tho trick was simple. Tho countess had news; trust her for that. Sho exhibited Ji cablegram, dated at Gibraltar, In which tho British authorities stated definitely that no such a person as William Orts, aviator, had arrived at Gibraltar. And then, as ho rose, she roso also and gently precipitated herself Into his nrms, just at tho moment Florenco nppcared In tho Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains fiardinsburg, : aoizD ooo aoo Ky. When a woman falls toward a man thero Is nothing for him to do but extend his arms to prevent her from falling. Outwardly, however, to tho cyo which saw only tho picturo and comprehended not tho causo. It had all tho hallmarks of an affectionate embrace. Florenco stood perfectly still for a moment, then turned away. "I beg your pardon," said tho countess, "but a sudden fainting spell seize me. My heart is a bit weak." "Don't mention It," rer-liethe gallant Norton. Ho was as Innocent as a babo as to what had really taken place. doorway. , Very simple, Indeed. We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING pay the postngo both ways on nil packages 5i:c. or oer. Work Prompt guaranteed Unliveries In sanitary pacl;mes. Will credit you upon reference. Write, for liilnrnuitlon. Ilottor. still, send trlnl Imudlo. Offices : 625 W. Jefferson St. AVo flrst-class ajalu. Florenco went back home. Shei wrote a brief noto to Norton and inclosed tho ring which she had secretly worn attached to a Httlo chain around her neck. When Norton camo the next day sho refused to seo him. It was all over. Sho never wished to see him 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS "You? Explain." Norton briefly recounted tho deliberate attempts against his life. "You seo. I'm not liar enough tc say that I'm not worried. I am, devilishly worried. I'm not worth any ransom. I'm In tho way, and they seem determined to put mo out of it." "To any other man I would say travel. Hut to you I say when you lcavo your rooms don't go where you first thought you would that is, some usual haunt. They'll be everywhere, near your restaurants, your clubs, your You're a methodical, young office. Countess I'erlgoff. "Olga, It looks ac If wo wcro at the end of our rope," he said dlscouragedly "Wo havo failed In all attempts so far Tho devil watches over that girl." "Or God," replied tho countest gloomily. "In nearly every Instance their success has been duo to chance Somehow I'm convinced that we be gan wrong. We should have let Har greav escape- quietly, followed him and made him fast when the right op portunlty came. After a month or sc his vigilance would have relaxed; he would have, arrived at the belief that - swer for a failure like this." Sho eyed him speculatively. "You have money." "O, tho money doesn't matter. Us the game. It's the game of playing fast and loose with Bociety, of pilfering with It with one hand and making with the other. It's the it kow-tosport of the thing. What was your thought?" "Wo could go away together, to South America." "And tire of each other within a month," he retorted shrewdly. "No; we are In the same boat. We could not live but for this never ending ex- cltement. And, more than that, we never could get far enough away from the long arm of the First Ten. We'll have to stick it out here. Can't you see?" "Yes, I can see." But in her heart she knew that she would have lived in a hut with this man till the end of her days. She abhorred the life, though she never, by the sllghest word, let him become aware of It. There was always that abiding fear that at tho first sign of .weakness he would desert her. And she was wlso In her deductions. Braine was loyal to her because she held his interest. Once that failed, he would bo off and away. The next afternoon the countess, having matured her plans against the happiness of the young girl who o trusted her, drew up before the place and alighted. Her welcome was tho same as ever, and this strengthened her confidence. Tho countess was alwayB gesticulating. Her hands fluttered to empha- lze her wordB. And tho beautiful diamond solitaire caught tho girl's eye. Sho seized tho hand. Having an affair of her own, It was natural that she should bo interested in that of her friend. "I never saw that ring before." ' "A gift of yesterday." The coun tess nssumed a shy air which would have deceived St. Anthony. Sho twisted the ring on her finger. "Tell me!" cried Florence. "You are engaged?" "Mercy, no!" "Is he rich?" "No. Money should not matter when your heart Is Involved." As this thought was In accord with ber own, Florence nodded her bead Har-greav- "He says there has been some crufd Mistake," said Joaes. "I saw blm with tho countess In his arms. I do not seo any cruel TREE THAT in that. I saw him. Tell him so. FAMOUS And add that I never wish to see him BLOOMS ON CHRISTMAS. again." Then she ran swlftlf to her room, A very Interesting group of Christwhere sho broke down and erled bitterly and would not be comforted by mas superstitions clusters about plant and animal life. Tradition tells us that Susan. "In heaven's name, what has hap- nfter Joseph of Arlmathca had begged should you?" pened?" demanded the frantic lover, the body of our crucified Saviour and had laid It in bis own newly hewn "It might not be wise to havo any "what has happened?" ono hear mo call you thus familiarly," The comedy of the whole affair lay tomb he left Palestine forever. Staff ho objected gravely. in tho fact that neither of the two in hand, be traveled many weary "Please yourself about that. Now I suspected the countess, who consoled months nnd Dually reached Glaston bury, in England. Here he planted bis must telephono Jim." them both. staff, and in the course of tlmo it sent "Jim?" the butler murmured. He caught the word which was not uui leaves anu ouus. un tne giaa (To be Continued) Christmas morning the buds burst into Intended for his ears. But for onco a mass of exquisite bloom. Since that Jones had been startled out of himday of long ago tho Glastonbury thorn self. ...The... never falls to be covered with delicate "Is it wrong for me to .call Mr. Norwhite flowers on Christmas morning. ton Jim?" she asked with a bit of By the following day they have all banter. Dollar Mystery' disappeared. 'Million '"It Is not considered quite the propA cutting of the Glastonbury thorn er thing, Miss Florence, to call a Is Now Being Shown at the was taken to Buckinghamshire, where young man by his first name unless it became as famous as the parent you are engaged to marry him, or plant Itself. Thousands of people from grow up with him from childhood." near and far were wont to go to see "Well, supposing I were engaged to the blossoming of the thorn on Christhim?" haughtily. mas morning. When about the mid"That would be a very grave affair. dle of tho eighteenth century England What have you to prove that ho may TWO CHRISTMAS COOKIES 1 adopted the Gregorian calendar, which not wish to marry you for your brought Christmas eleven days earlier money?" than under the older style of reckoning "Why, Jones, you know that I In all good, old fashioned Gertime, the common people were greatly man households the hausfrau haven't a penny In the world I can is very busy for days baking dissatisfied. To their simple minds call my own! There Is nothing to her Christmas cakei. Does it they bad actually been deprived of prove, except your word, that I am seem to you rather early? No, eleven days of their mortal life, and Stanley Hargreave's daughter." indeed. It is high time that the mobs marched through the streets car"No, there Is nothing to provo that Yuletide goodies were being rying placards bearing the inscription, you aro his daughter. But hasn't it packed in the huge earthenware "Give Us Back Our Eleven Days!" crocks to stand in the cool ever occurred to you that there might That they bad been wronged became storeroom to "mellow." They be a purpose back of this? Might it Improve with age, Just like fruit a conviction when the Buckinghamnot be of inestimable value that your cake. Here are a few delicious shire thorn failed to blossom on the father's enemies should bo le In cookies that are served at fesnew date, and when the people actual, doubt? Might It not be a means of tive coffees during the holiday ly refused to attend church on the 25th holding them on the leash? There is season: of December the clergy in that part of proof, ample proof, my child; and CHOCOLATE KI83E8. England were forced to celebrate diwhen the time comes these will be One pound ground almonds, vine worship on both the old and the shown you. But meantime put all one pound pulverized sugar, one-hanew dates. thought of marrying Mr. Norton out pound sweet chocolate In pagan times special deities were of your mind." (ground), stiffly beaten whites supposed to preside over the harvests, "That I refuse to do," quietly. "I of eight eggs, Juice of and the people sought in every possilemon. am at least mistress of my heart; ble manner to propitiate these powerStir the sugar into the beaten and no one shall dictate to me whom whites for ten minutes. Add ful gods. Iu out of the way parts of I shall or shall not marry. I love Mr. the lemon Juice, chocolate and Europe the trees nro still formally InNorton and he loves me, knowing that almonds. Drop with a spoon on vited to the Christmas feast Taking I may not bo an heiress after all. And buttered tins and bake in a very acceptance for granted, tho remains of Borne day I shall marry hlra." oven until crisp to the cool the Christmas dinner are spread about Jones bowed. This seemed to aptouch. tho roots of the fruit trees. This cerepear final to him, and nothing more HAZELNUT COOKIE8. mony is supposed to insure plentiful was to be said. f pound ground hazelharvests the following autumn. In othNorton did not return to his rooms nuts, pound ground er places the trees were in olden times till seven. He found tho telephone almonds, one pound pulverized beaten with clubs to make them more call and also a note In a handwriting sugar, whites of five eggs. productive. Beat the whites stiff. Add unfamiliar. Ho toro off the envolopo sugar and stir ten minutes. Take and found tho contents to bo from the cupful of the mixout Countess Perlgoff. 40c. and 50c. Eggs. ture to be spread on the top of "Call at olght tonlghw," ho read. "I the cookies Just before baking. havo an important news story for you. If your hens would only lay when Roll out the mixture Tell no ono, as I cannot bo involved inch thick, cut into pretty eggs weie high. Why shouldn't they? In tho case. Cordially, Olga, Countess shapes and bake In a cool oven The hen that lays has a Some hens do. Perlgoff." until the pale fawn color aphealthy pink tongue and gills Those pears. Humph! Norton twiddled tho noto not laying are pale In the gills, their In his fingers and at length rolled It tongue or palate has a whitish look. Into a ball and threw It Into tho waste What's the matter? What's the matter baBket. He, too, made a mistake; ho Woman loves a clear, rosy complexshould have kept that note. He with you when your tongue is white? dressed, dined, and hurried off to the ion. Burdock Blood Bitters it splendid Bilious? That's just what ails the hen. for purifying the blood, clearing the apartments of the countess. Start her liver and see her get busy, B. He arrived ten minutes before Flor- skin, restoring sound digestion. All A. Thomas Poultry Powder is guaraa- druggists sell It. Price $1. ence and Susan. teed to start her liver and to start the And Jones did some rapid eggs. For sale by Wedding's drag; rata-take LOUISVILLE. KY. American Theater lf one-ha- lf One-hal- one-ha- lf one-ha- lf Subrcribe for The News store, Cloverport, Ky, , THE FRESH AIR FIEND WHEN LINCOLN WAS UNDER EIRE (Copyright.) Confidence a Powerful YOUR HEALTH Don't Endanger it With Calomel. It is generally agreed by experts In this country and Europu that calomel has a very violent effect on the system. This acco jnts for the familiar disagreeable feeling accompanying a dose, and the weakened condition following it. , is a harmless vegetable compound, that is a mild but effective substitute for calomel. It has all the effectiveness, but not the effect, Its splendid value has of calomel. brought it into such wide use that in some states it has almost entirely reX Factor in Health By ORISON SWETT MARDEN. (Copyright, McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) "What fine winter we are having," says the healthy man. "Very bad, very bad!" replies the chronic Invalid. "This is the weather that brings pneumonia and other diseases. I feel now no If I worn n limit rn hn laid tin with something. Think I'll stop to see Doctor Blank on my way up town." The sun was shining nnd the day was clear and cold, yet this man the doctor's friend saw only disease In the crisp air and bright skies. How many people, like him, are always seeing sickness ahead and preparing for itl They expect it, anticipate it, and consequently have It. It is only a block or two to a physician; a drug store is on every corner, and the temptation to send for the physician or to get drugs at the slightest symptom of illness tends to make them more and more dependent on outside helps and less able to control their physical discords. Ono of the most unfortunate things that has come to us through what wo call "higher civilization" is the killing of faith in our power of disease resistance. During the frontier days there were little villages and hamlets which physicians rarely entered, and here the people were strong and healthy and Independent. They developed great powers of disease resistance. There Is no doubt that the doctor habit in many families has a great deal to do with the developing of unfortunate physical conditions In the child. Many mothers are always calling the doctor whenever there Is the least sign of disturbance In the children. The result Is that the child grows up with this diseaso picture, doctor picture, medlclno picture In Its mind, and It Influences Us whole life. The tlmo will come when a child and any kind of medicine will be considered a very incongruous combination. Were children properly reared in the love thought, in the truth thought, In the harmony thought; were they trained to right thinking, a doctor or medicine would be rarely needed. Ono of tho tendencies of ill health Is to make one morbid. People who are constantly thinking about their ailments often develop a morbid passion for symthy. They want to tell everybody oflhelr aches and pains, to describe their symptoms. Have you ever known a woman who has acquired the doctor habit, a woman who loves nothing in the world quite as well as an opportunity to tell the doctor of her ailments? Sho has poured them out to unwelcome ears, to forced listeners, till she longs for somo one who can really appreciate It all, who sympathizes with her in her troubles, so she sends for the doctor or goes to see htm. This becomes almost a mania with some women who have few outside activities to divert them. Their minds naturally revert to themselves, and they become saturated with tho poisoned thought. Confidence Is a powerful factor in health. Wo should thoroughly in our ability to keep ourselves well by healthful, harmonious, happy thinking. So long as we doubt our ability to maintain health, so long as wo picture to ourselves disease and physical weakness, it Is Impossible to attain to a strong, normal physical condition. The time will come when we will no more allow discordant thoughts In our mind than we would scatter thistle seeds over our gardens. Knowing well that thinking Is building, our thinking will be reflected In our bodies. o placed calomel. once, nnd Just try you'll never use calomel again. Insist on the genuine, bearing the likeness and signature of L. K Grigsby, which Is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by Kinche-loe'- s Pharmacy. X Swiss English. A pamphlet describing the attractions a Swiss hotel offers to tourists, has tho following allurements: "Tho modernst hotel In the place, port-railwa- y The upper picture is a wartime photograph of Lincoln taken on one of his visits to the front! on the left is Allan Pinkerton. The lower picture, copyright by the Patriot Publishing company, shows Fort Stevens, where Lincoln was under fire. A I.TUOUGll Abraham Lincoln approach to the capital city ot the north tire cabinet otllcers and a group of clO- as soldier for service had aroused great apprehension among zens nnd ladles, breathless with exI" the Itlael; Hawk war. that the nlliclals, and members of the cabi- citement, watched the fortunes of the Indian disturbance ended be- net, senators and representatives and light "It was no mock battle that these fore he saw active service, (tut In the other officials with ladles went out to see the northern soldiers resist Early's spectators witnessed. Stretchers soon final year of the civil war. when lie approach. came from the held by scores with their was president of the United Statu and "Rarely did a minor engagement pre- ghastly loads, the hospitals In the rear ex olllelo commander In chief of the sent so clear an opportunity for view- or the fort were nstlr, and here and armies of the north, he once witnessed ing Its progress, and rarely for such a there, dotting the meadow, the orchard actual lighting between Union soldiers scene was n more memorable group of nnd the dusty highway, lay many a says Pond's lad for whom the wild cheers of the nnd Confederates and approached so spectators assembled." close to the scene that he was under "The Shenandoah Vnlley In ISiU" In crowd fell on deaf ears. Colonel was dead. Lieutenant Colonel lire himself. Three feet from his side the chapter entitled "Early Menaces Major n Union olllccr was shot before he Washington. " "On the parapet of Port Johnson mortally wounded, heeded the remonstrances of his sub- Stevens stood the tall form of Abra- Jones (lend, Mnjor Crosby with his left ordinate officers ami stepped cut of ham Lincoln by the side of General nrm gone In brief, every regimental Wright, who In vain warned the eager commander of the Third brigade killed danger. The scene was Fort Stevens, one of president that his position was swept or wounded, with a loss of 250 In the the defenses of the city of Washington by the bullets of sharpshooters until brigade nnd a total loss of 2S0 out ot A monument on when General Jubal A. Early made his an olllcer was shot down within three the force engaged. raid nlniost to the outskirts ot the city, feet of him. when he reluctantly step the slope fronting Port Stevens preThe date was July 12. ISIH. Early's ped below. Sheltered from the line of serves the memory of the Union dead." XjL 11 Vls-seh- stadirectly lain at tho tion." "Favorable staying for those who seek recover and quietness. An unr for tho many rivaled charming excursions." "Built on a plateau of old Romans with antic buildings overlooking tho most different panoramas that is." "Electric illumination offers a fnlr-faspect." "Ono hundred beds in tho center of business and notwithstanding, situated very quietly In the middle of the Btand-quarte." the books nnd personal belongings that have j gained a priceless value from Only House Lincoln Ever Owned ;I M"M"I"I. H"H- - $ their association with the memory ot the martyr president Not far nway from the martyr pres Ident's former home are his Inst resting place and monument. ABRAHAM LINCOLN ON INPEACE. TERNATIONAL - f ul H H":"M"t 5 ! "Seventy friendly, noble rooms. Itich electric light and balconies." fitted sight-fu- l "Carbonic acid baths, odoriferous baths and baths recommended by physicians. Two approved physicians and one female physician on the place." WHITE NOCTURNE SATIN. Evening dress of white nocturne sat-Iwith a bouffant drapery about the hips, from which falls a tunic of cream Muy a 50c. bottle of Parris Healing lace. Roses In the back. Lace corsage Remedy, add to it a pint of .Linseed Oil matches the tunic. to makt a healing oil, or add to it a FLAT HAT FAVORITE. pound of lard or a pound of vaseline to make an ointment. You will then have If the world continues to wear the sixteen ounces of the Healing Remedy for harness and saddle galls, barbed wire flat black velvet hat with Its trimming flowers there will not cuts, scratches, or any hurt or sore of white velvet tie much Ingenuity required In the milwhere the skin is broken. Positively linery world; at least, not for tho presguaranteed the best made. Make it at ent. home. By so doing you have $2 00 Rarely bas a shape been advanced worth for 50c. Por sale at Wedding's that has met with such general approval. It has ousted the high. Irregular drug store, Cloverport, Ky. turban, although one sees n few narrow, boat shaped, high turbans In velPrivileges of Manx Women. trimming. Manx women, too, havo special vet. These liuve little or no dependprivileges, says the London Chronicle In truth, few of the lints are upon is In Every femalo adult, widow or spinster, ent sliape garniture. Everything velvet nnd the quality of tho the in tho Isle of Man, whether Bho bo or satin used. owner, occupier, or lodger, has a voto There arc no felt hats and no for tho houso of keys elections. hats except the waterproof onosoft of Every widow enjoys half of her hus- black or colored oilskin. band's personal estato, and has a Ilfo interest In his real estato, and sho cannot bo deprived of this by will; The Best Laxative I Know Of." whilst her written consent must bo ob"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets tained to all transfers and deeds affecting her husband's property. On for several years. People who have used I can the other hand, no married woman them will take nothing else can legally own In her own right recommend them to my customers as the either money or proporty In the Isle of best laxative and cure for constipation Man; have no separate estate un- that I know of," writes Prank Strouse, less specially protected before mar- Pruitlaud, Iowa, Por sale by all dealers. riage, and can make no will without the leave of her husband. It Pays to advertise in The Make Your Own Healing edy at Home. Rem- house where Lincoln lived In Springfield, 111., Is now looked upon with as much reverence as Washington's home at Mount Vernon, i on tho Potomac It Is the only house which Abraham Lincoln ever owned. I The house was built In lSO anil was bought by Mr. Lincoln In 1S1I. two. years after his marriage. lie added an extra story to it and furnished It i simply. Here he lived for seventeen years, and when he left It he went to the White House, lie crossed the threshold of his IIIE two story frame JUncoln WizlhQ (Written at Springfield, 111., nt tho beginning of tho great European war.J It Is portentous nnd a thing of statu That hero nt midnight. In our little town. A mourning llguro walks and will not rest Near tho old courthouse, pacing up and down. Or by his homestead or the shadowed He lingers where his children used to Play. Or through the market on tho well worn 1 yards stones lie stalks until the dawn stars burn 1 nway. lank man! Ills suit of ancient black. famous high top hat and plain worn shawl Make him tho quaint great figure that A bronzed, A The prairie lawyer, master of us all. He cannot sleep upon his hillside now; He Is among us. as In tlmo before. And we who toss and llo awake for long Breathe deep and start to see him puss tho door. men love ho slecpT Too many peasants fight, they know not Too many homesteads In black terror weep. Ills head Is bowed. He thinks on men and kings. Yea, when the sick world cries, how can whyt In tho spring of 1S02 successes by the Union forces engaged In combating the southern efforts to divide the Union led President Lincoln to issue the following proclamation: "It has pleased Almighty God to vouchsafe signal victories to tho land nnd nnval forces engaged In suppressing 1111 Internal rebellion and nt the same time to nvert from our country the dangers of foreign intervention and Invasion. "It la therefore recommended to the people of the United States that at their next weeUly assemblages In their accustomed places of public worship which shall occur nfter notice of this proclamation shall have been received they especially acknowledge and render thanks to our Heavenly Father for these inestimable blessings, that they then and there Implore spiritual consolation In behalf of all who have been brought Into nflllctlon by the casualties and calamities of sedition and civil war and that they reverently Invoke the divine guidance for our national counsels, to the end that they may speedily result In the restoration of peace, harmony nnd unity throughout our borders AND HASTEN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FRATERNAL AMONG ALL RELATIONS OF THE THE COUNTRIES EARTH." Now is the time to subscribe Try a want ad. Today Irtckinridge News. The sins of all the war lords bum his heart. A Lincoln Story With a Point. Ho sees the Dreadnoughts scouring During the civil war some gentlemen every main. He carries on his shawl wrapt shoulders from the west obtained an lutcrvlow BIDE VIEW OF LINCOLN HOUSE IN now with President Lincoln nt a time when ILL. The bitterness, the folly and tho pain. things looked dark for the natloual Springfield home for the Inst tlmo on Ho cannot rest until a spirit dawn cause and voiced their fears. Feb. U, 1S01. The houso Is uow a Tho president said to them: "SupShall come tho thinking hope of Europe free: museum of Lincoln relics. pose, gentlemen, all the property that league of sober folk, the workers' you About fourteen yenrs ago tho Illi- The were worth was In gold nnd you earth. nois legislature made nu appropriation Cringing long peace to Corn land, Alp hud put It In the bunds of llloudln to curry across the Niagara river on a and sea. of several thousand dollars for restorrope, would you shake the cablo and ing nnd renovating the house. Everyhis thing was arranged ns it was when It breaks still. heart that kings must mur- keep shouting to him. 'Dloiidln. stand der Mrs. Lincoln kept house there. That all his hours of travail here for up a little stralghter go a little faster men The Lincoln home is visited every lean a little more to the north or to year by 50.000 to 100.000 people, who Seem yet In vain. And wbo will brine tho south?' No; you would hold your white peace breath, as well as your tongue, and pass with reverent steps from room to That he mar sleep upon bta hilt again? keep your bands off until be was over.'1 room examining the plain furniture, Vachel Lindsay In Independent Hl'MNO-VIKL- .y Our Annual White Sale and Your Insurance Policy It will Pay You to Read This Advertisement. All Goods Guaranteed to be as Represented. this sale are not satisfactory, they may be returned and money will be cheerfully refunded. We want you satisfed In the fullest sense of bethe word. We cannot afford and will not sell you even one article that does not please or give satisfaction. On any sale our profit is small. It comes great only when an army of Satisfied Customers are sending us orders or visiting us daily. If goods In Sale Starts Monday, Feb. 15. Ends Feb. 27. All Goods at These Prices are For Cash Only. Staples Hope Cotton, a yard Hoosicr Cottor, a yard 4 Bleached I'epperel Sheeting, a yard 10 4 Hleached I'epperrl Sheeting, a yard () I Unbleached Pepperel Sheeting, a yard Masnuville Bleach, per yard No. 60 Hartley Cambric, per yard Bleached, per yard Clover Brand yard-wid- e 9-h 'lc 22c 4c 20c -- 7JC 42J Corset Covers, worth 59c, go at Muslin Drawers, worth 35c and 50c, at 25c and... 42c 80c Princess Slips, worth $1, goat 09c to $1.50 Gowns In Crepe and Plain, go at Combination Suits in Crepe and Plain, at.. 85c to $1.25 4:1c to 05c Muslin Skirts Dress Goods Butcher Linen, yard wide, worth 30c, go at Linen Goods for skirts, worth 65c, go at 90 inch Linen Sheeting, worth $1 00, go at Crepe Voile Flaxou, worth 35c, go at h Mercerized Voile, worth 25c, got at Persian Lawn, popular for evening dres- scss, worth 40c, goes at Prench Batiste, very popular, worth 35c, goes at White Crepe for Underwear, special prices for this sale, 12'oc, at 9c, 15c for 12c, and y4c h h h Ladies' Cloaks 22 48c 85c 24c 17J-C 10c 10c Napkins Regular 50c Napkins, size 16x18, full bleached per dozen Satin D.imask Napkins, size 15x15, full bleached, per dozen Satin Damask Napkins, size 20x20, full bleached, 44s 65c 27KC 22c Ladies' Cloaks, worth $7 50, go at., Ladies' Cloaks, worth $15.00, goat Ladles' Skirts, worth $4 and $5, go at. . .' Made-I- n America Buster Brown Guaranteed Hosiery 25c, 4 prs guaranteed 4 months Duck Brand Overalls, made of 220 denim, the heaviest kind, worth $t.oo, go at $3.75 $9 00 $2.98 l,co 85c 6ic 0c India Head, per yard 10J.C India Head, per yard India Head, per yard l3c lc Clark's O N. T Spool Cotton, white only Handker0 Dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Cross-ba- r 2c chiefs, a very rare value at, each Wanisutta Nainsook, a regular lgc value, yard UJ-wide, a yard Checks, popular for aprons and chilNainsook 90 dren's dresses, special, per yard !H)c Old Glory Longcloth, yard wide, iO yards for C 90c per dozen full bleached, All Linen Napkins, size $1.10 per dozen Extra Quality All Linen Napkins, size 21Jx2t $1.85 worth $2.50, per dozen 18x10, miss seeing them at 15c the yard. India Linen from 5c to I9C the yard We have all the new things in White Goods. Hen's Clothing Don't Our Clothing Department for Men, Young Men and Boys' is complete. Prices ranging in Men's suits from 5.00 to $20,00 $6.00 to $15.00 Young Men's Suits, English Models Boys' Suits from $2.50 to $6.50 Special 50 pairs Odd Pants, worth $1.50, all sizes reduced to a pair 98c Mescellaneous loc Mill Fil s, whi'e they last, at.. Sc or 2 for 15c Mill Piles, nt lie Colgate's Talcum Powder, at loc Granite Bucket with cover, at 2 for 75c Amoskeag Chambray Shirts, all sizes A good line of Children's Hose, all sizes, black 8c only, a pair Table Linens 64-in- Floor Coverings 27c wool, per yard Ingrain Carpet, Ingrain Carpet, i wool, worth 65c, per yd. 38c $l3.s0 gxl2 Tapestry Brussells Rugs, special at 8O.98 9x12 Brussels Rugs, very special at 13c sOc quality, special per yard 1 Lenolleum, h 8-- Satin Damask, at per yard yard Bleached Table Linen, at per yard !5c 41c ' 72 inch Satin Damask, at per yard 73 Inch All Linen Damask--, at per h 81c Embroideries A Good Line of Edges as low as Edge, goes at per yard 18 inch Edge for Corset Covers, yard Plouuciug, goes at per yard Flouncing, goes at per yard Flouncing, goes at per yard All the new things in Val Laces, h li h 22c .5c 14c 19c to 50c 24c 59c 65c to $1 25 Corsets this sale only American Beauty, this sale only i 5O J. C Corset, this sale only it r0 J. G. Corset, front lace special MM Madam Grace, new .shapes, special 1.00 Madam Grace, special at 5c Grade, $1.00 4c Ssc 1.25 $1 85 ED. F. ALEXANDER THE BUSY STORE 99 IRVINGTON, av ajWa. - r iVv. . ! Towels Turkish Towels, size 25x00 inches, each Turkish Towels, size 17x36 inches, each Huck Towels, red borders, 10c value, each.... Individual Cotton Towels, good size, each All other towels at reduced prices. $1.85 $2 22Jc 8c 8c Muslin Underwear yWrw v TJT a,y rv..?. J." . W. Covers, worth Jt iv 3c, go at -. -o.- l'5c . KENTUCKY . 4c ... "I6r ra,rv s -- . 4i ran. rk tnr. pt rf ra. ro iVi j THRU NEWS ITEMS FARM FOR SALE! On the Union Star and County Seat Entertains Many Attorneys Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton Are Host and Host- lightful evening was spent. Dainty re freshments were served. Little Dickie Roberts, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Roberts, is confined to his home with heart trouble. Gen. David R. Murray, of Indianapolis, is here attending court. A number of visiting attornays are in town tilts week. Judge J. R. Layman, of All of the family of Len Taul are reported on the sick list. Henry Mattingly is erecting him a house. He hopes to push the work as rapidly as possible. Mrs. Arnold -- ntertalned last week. Those present were: Mrs. Joe Morris, son, Mrs. A. Cockerell, Mrs. Will Mrs. D. Dowden and Mrs. Viola Hof-flou- tftfA jj WWWWWWWWW AAnAnAnwtfwwMJMJi, WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT E(l OS HEEK. strloln MUTTON, leg MILK l'OKK. loin BREAK. AST l'OODS CHEESE I1UTTEU IUGE POTATOES HEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR ess 10 Friends Mr. Jarboe Dead. CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION. Even body wanting old blocked please bring in bv and feed barn. New shapes to select from Mrs. Lee Bishop. TERMS REASONABLE C. V. Robertsou was in Hartford last week 011 business. Call at once, as I want J, D. Shaw made a busiueis trip to Louitville last Tuesday. to sell. Marvin D. Beard nas returned from Indianapolis, where he went to purchase buggies for B. K. Beard & Co. Mrs. Elijah Miller has returned to her home in Stephensport after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Annie Hook. Stephensport, :: Kentucky. Mrs. David Penick has returned to assisting D. her home in Custer after C. Walls and Supt. Trent in grading Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman was the graduation papers. Mrs. H H. Norton, of Kirk, was the in Loulsvilleand Hopkinsville last week guest of Mrs. Bertha McGary last on business. Attorney Claud Mercer returned from Thursday. Last Thursday morning high mass Louisville in time for Circuit Court. was said over the remains of Mr. Lon Sheriff A. T. Beard was the busiest Jarboe, of Kirk, by Rev. J. F. Norman, man In town last week getting ready the rector of St. Romuald's church, for court. He rode most of the week. after which he was laid to rest in the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton enterCatholic cemetery. Mr. Jarboe had tained the employees of the Bank of been In bad health lor a number of H'irdtnsburg & Trust Co and some years other friends at their home last WedT. J. Hook, attended the automobile nesday evening. The following were show in Louisville., the invited guests: Misses Louise Lillian Beard, Miss St. Geo. V. ICv.ius was confined to his Moorman, home last week a victim of the grip. Thomas, Messrs. Walter Moormau, of He was misred by 15. l Beard & Co. 's Glen Dean; M. 15. Klncheloe, Dr. II. E. Royalty, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Klncheloe, customers. Smith, of Glen Dean, was in Mr. and Mrs. Russell Compton, Mr. S. T. and Mrs. II. M. Beard. A most de Wednesday hats re- the 20th of Stephensport road, 1 miles from Stephensport. 115 acres of land, lays well, well watered. Good six room dwelling, story and half high. Large stock 1- -4 Elizabeth-town- , Jackson. Mrs. Frank Storms, who has been ill, arrived Sunday night for court. Mrs. E L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, is much better at this writing. Arthur Daugherty, ot Louisville, was has been the guest of Mrs. C. Vic Robhere Saturday night and Sunday to le ertson. B F. Beard, who has been confined with his family. Articles Energy 10c will buy 385 410 .... J43 1030 1030 1117 . . to his home for two weeks, is improv ing. 118i . 1363 2Q this month The day of harsh physics is gone. People want mild, easy laxatives, Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Doan's Regulcts have satisfied thousands, 2jc at all diug stores. strengthening The Old Standard central tonic, GRO Vli'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria. enriches the blood, and builds up the system. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c 2950 3M0 0340. The D. M. Jones Saddlery Co. BEN LAY, This Is a new house lu the saddlery and harness line at Fordsville, D, M, Jones is the manager and W, G. Hicks, saddle and harness maker a We may build more splendid habithas charge of the manufacturing deations, partment. All their goods are homeFill our rooms witr. paintings and with made, and can be relied upon for qualsculpture, But we cannot buy with gold the old ity and good workmanship. They carry a good stock of custom made harassociations. II. W. Longlellow. ness. See their advertisement in this HILL ITEMS. well-know- n Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of Hour costing on an averago of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Snow Drift; Bob White or Extra Fancy Hour from your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Energy Self-Risin- g Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., Kardinsburg, Ky. i Mr. Head of Breckenridge. C Head, of Breckenridge county, occupies an important position on the staff of the college paper of the William Jewell College! Liberty, Mo. In his position as literary editor, he has con trol of the regular literary issue of the Student, published the first of the month. Mr. Head has made other honors besides this one. He is assistaut Librarian, a prominent membtr of the Sophomore Class, and the Siguea Nil Fraternity, and is known well and favorably by practically every student in school. Many of the friends of the Rev. J. U. Waggoner will be glad to hear of his success in evangelistic work. He sent greetings and best wishes to friends in Cloverporti and hopes at some future time to be with them again. Mrs. Jess Weatherholt, who has been ill of acute indigestion, is somewhat better. Hiram Moorman and family have moved into a part of the Jake Miller property. Mrs. R. L. Fenwlck, with her son, Robert, are expected to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Edmondson. Mrs. Chas. Simmons, of near town, has bjen the guest of her son, J. II. Issue. A Chemist's Discovery. a rftired chemist of Hal Attention Fishermen! B. A. Thomas, Kentucky, like all Keutuckiaus, kept some fine horses. His neighbors noticed that his horses were slick and shining in the Spring before other horses began to shed. He told them of some powders He gave them that he fed his horses. some of it and now B. A. Thomas's Stock Remedy is known all over Kentucky by horsemen and farmers, who take pride in horses or cows or sheep. We sell it on the Money Back basis. For sale at Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky, Ship us your Fresh Fish, Turtles, and Eels. Big demand Top Prices. We also receive Poultry and Eggs. Address West End Fish Market 1613 West Market St. Subscribe Today Bell-Sco- tt. Louisville, Ky. town last Simmons. Miss Clara Hardin spent Friday in Card of town with Mrs. Hillary Hardin. aries are Will McCoy has moved Into the Arm- cents per strong property. headline. Notice. Announcement has been received of ridge, who moved to Texas several years thanks, memorials and obitucharged lor at the rate of 5 the marriage of Miss Ruby Bell to Mr. ago. Their many friends here extend line. Ten cents extra for Jesse Scott, at their home near Allen, congratulations. Garfield Texas. They are formerly of Brecken- John D. Babbage. Now is the time to take LEX'S COLD TABLETS and cure that cold in one night IRVINGTON PHARMACY "The Drug Store That Saves You Money" Now is the time to take LEX'S COLD TABLETS and cure that cold in one night v t. ''v.