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The Breckenridge news: February 17, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915021701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: February 17, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1915. ' ' 8 Pages BIG At So. 33 CROWD JAMESJOORMAN Dies Suddenly at His Home on the Hill Young Man Unexpectedly Taken. Jas. Moorman died suddenly Friday morning nt tlie home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Moorman, on the hill. Last fa 1 he had measles and the The famtrouble settled on his lungs ily physician said his death may be expected at any time, but no' one realized his critical condition. Mr. Moorman was born at Height's Run, August 19, 1S92. He was a splendid young man and from eirly boyhood he had been n ... . it...source oxM.I aim iiiuasuii: i mo muunineiii and father. Friday morning he was making his plans to spend the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs I V. F.dmondson, and they were shocked when the word of his death reached them. The joung man had decided forCtrist. He joined the Baptist church, but had never been baptised. The funeral was conducted from the home Saturday afternoon by the Rev. K. O. Cottrell, assisted by the Rev. W. C. Frank. The burial took place in the Cloverport cemetery. James Moorman leaves his parents and several brothers and sisters. His friends will always remember his kind and sincere ways. 1 1 1 PARENTS SHOULD VISIT THE SCHOOL TO THE VOTERS OF THE COURT DISTRICT. TRAIN NOTES. O. G. Brite, of Irvington, was In Owensboro last week on business. Mr. Hrite is nn old-tiDemocrat. He believes in his party and Woodrow Wilson. He is a great admirer of Lleuten nnt Governor McDermott, and Is for him for the nomination for Governor. tiown at Lewisport they are using the King Road Drag very successfully on the streets. A. R. Handy, of Irvington, sold 6,000 pounds of Hurley tobacco on the Louisville market at 9 round. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Tend, of Hardins-burg- , went to Owensboro last week to to visit relatives. Won Mlngus, of Kirk, is the father of a fine boy, born February 22. R. T. Coonies has gone to Louisville. He has a position ns assistant carpentir at Seventh and Uroadway. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, of Mc Quady, went to West Point Saturday. O. E. Floyd, of Olivet, III., was visiting friends nt Kingswood last week. Rev. J. W. Hughes returned from Florida Saturday very much improved in health. A. N. Skillman & Son, of Hardins-bursold John Phelon their crop of red tobacco, 17,000 pounds, at $9, $5 g, NINTH CIRCUIT I want to urge visit cur school. ng In this school cur years and very few parents have ever looked In on our wcrk. I don't believe you'd put a fine horse In care of a jockey for four years and never In that Ions time no to see his stable, his stall, his food or his training. And more, never even talk to his trainer about his progress. Yet many of you have never been to sec where your children spend a large part that more parents I have been teach-- 1 Republican Banquet in Louis ville on the Anniversary of Lincoln's Birthday. , Louisville, Ky Feb. 12. Nearly four ky hundred Republicans from over Ken-tucgathered nt the Old Inn tonight to celebrate the birthday of Abraham Lincoln. It was also n love feast and was participated in by leaders from every district in the State. George It. editor of the National Republican was the chief speaker on the program. Mr. Lockwood in his address said the downfall of the Democratic party in the next National election is n certainty and that the Republicans now rejuvinated are ready to return to the control of the nation The Republicans at tonight's banquet outlined in a general way the plan of attack which will be directed against the Democrats this fall. Soup houses and the unemployed question will receive full attention from the Republican oraLock-wood, !. ( their time. You will not dls ur'o us, you need not knock Just come right in, any time, . take a seat and observe. You may no1 be esDeclallv interested in the reclta tlons. some of them, but you'll not know whether things are moving along as they should be. Then we want you to feel free to make suggestions as to the work, ventilation, etc. Wo need your suggestions and cooperation. The When we arc children need you. hired for another year, we wonder if it Is because the people think wc have done grod work or because they do not know that we have done poor work. Won't you come. Ella D. Gregoty In of ... tors. There were many in the hall tonight who left the party to follow Theodore Roosevelt. Judge George Du Relic was the toast master. Among others who were on the program were: Roy Wilhoit, Louisville; U T. Franks, former Governor of the Owensboro; Canal Zone, M. II Thatcher, and W. Marshall Ilullitt, Louisville; Don C lid wards, London; F.dwin P. Morrow, Somerset; Dr. lien L. limner, Louisville, and Harry Giovannoli, Lexington the Meade County Messenger. and $1. Honor Roll Fifth Month. Judge Layman Has Achieved a Splendid Reputation. Governor McCreary appointed Judge R. Layman, of Ellzabethtown, Hardin county, to sit as special Judge of the Logan Circuit Court at the present term. Judge Layman was appointed to fill the uuexplred term of the late Judge Chelf, in the Klizabetntown district abuut two years ago. He had been Commonwealth's Attorney for a number of years and had achieved a splendid reputation as a prosecutor, which he had upheld as a jurist since his elevation 'to the bench. He had served as special judge here before and was well known to the bar and officers of the court who are always glad to see him. Russellville Seniors Willie W. Seaton, Tula D. Babbage, Joseph Ross, Kosa V. Sippal. Juniors Forrest D. Weatherholt, Emily L. Reid. Freshmen Mary Kinder, John Duke, Celestine O'Connell. Maydee Chapln, Joseph Ballman. Heard Hros. sold R. M. Rowland two Jersey heifers for $100. .Mr. Norton, one heifer for $50 and a short horn bull for $50. Dr. J. W. Meador, Pete Hutler, of Custer; Lon Glasscock, of McCoy; R. 11. Cook, Hute Alexander, Lost Run Wade Pile, of Mook, were in Hardies-bur- g Monday attending court. Will and John Jolly andP. Mattingly, of McQun ly, shipped their tobacco to I am a candidate for Circuit Judirc, subject to tho action of the Owensboro last week. It was sold to Democratic party at tho primary election to be held August 7, 1!)15. John Phelon. The Jolly's had 17,o00 I have now held that oflico only about two years, or one-thirof a pounds that brought them $6 a round. full term. DuiiiiE these two vcars I have, in tho most careful and Mattingly sold his crop at $9, $0 and $3. studious way, sought to conserve tho rights of each litigant and to E. H. Haxter, of Glen Dear, was disposo of the business in court promptly with the least possible ex. called to Lebanon, Ky., last week to attend the funeral of his uncle. pento and inconvenience to parties to actions, jurors 111 d witnesses Thirty-fiv- e thousand consistent with tho nature and character of tho questions involved. soft drink bottles were old whisky and gathered up by d J. Eighth Grade Louise Mabel W h e a 1 Weatherholt, Chlora 1 e y, Fanny Crosby Dead Fanny Crosby, the blind hymn writer, "Rescue the Perishing" and "Safe in The Arms of Jesus" have been sung for nearly a half century, died Friday at her home at Ilridgeport, Conn. Fanny Crosby was the nanif the world continued to know her by long after she was married'to Alexander Van Alstyne, who died ju 1902. The famous hymn whose writer was blind and was ninty-fiv- e years old. She wrote six thousand hymns. May Ir. English Finds Success In Hog Raising. Frank English, of Skillman, was In the city Friday, Mr. English Is one of the few farmers who is giving much attention to stock raising, and Is now making a specialty of the raising of hogs, he recently received a trio of thoroughbred Birkshire, that was exhibited at the State Fair. Mr. English has now more than 100 head of this number, 57 are ready for market. This will be the third shipment of hogs for Mr. English in the past S months and tor the last two shipments he received 9 cents a pour.d. Hancock Clarion. Seaton, Addie McGavock, Ollie Clark, Ethel Rldgeway. Seventh Grade Owen Hoyd, Marian Allen, Kathleen Squires. Sixth Grade Eleanor Reid, Eva Jolly. Fifth Grade Lilah Campbell, Grace Waters, Mabel Deavin. Fourth Grade None. Third Grade Robert Oelze, Samuel E. Conrad. With this object and purpose in view I have uniformly endeavored to Second Grade Melba Slfford, Wil- study carefully each case and determine it in a conscientious way. liam Allen, George Dean, Irene Every citizen has an interest in tho manner in which his laws are Swernes, Gladys Bohler, Virginia enforced because by and through those laws ho receives the only proAdams. If you are not familiar First Grade Alice B. Mattlngly, tection he has of lite2 liberty and property. Orabel Basham, Charlie L. Hamtnan, with tho condition of your court dockets I shall be glad if you will Cecelia McCracken. ascertain their condition now as compared with the time I assumed tho duties of tho oflico. I believe tho officials and attorneys of the Made Fine Impression. district will bear witness that tho cases prepared have been as neatly, if not moro completolj', disposed of than for many years. The Court Judge J. R. Layman, of Elizabeth of Appeals has disposed of about seventeen cases in which judgments town, came down Tuesday to sit as were rendered by mo in the Circuit Court. Out of this entire numSpecial Judge In 'cases where Judge dilFered from tho judgments given by 1110 in but two er..es, and Rhea had been attorney before going ber it Judge Layman has those two cases were aflirmed in part and only reversed in part. on the bench been here as special judge before and Upon this record and course, which course shall characterize my had made a fine impression as a man future conduct, and a record of party loyalty and service, I submit to and jurist among the lawyers and the you my claims for tho nomination for a full term, believing that they people generally, consequently all justly merit your indorsement and approval, and assuring you that I were glad to see him again. Russellshall bo deeply gratoful for your support and assistance, I am, ville Times' Use the want column Sincorelj yours, a bottle buyer at Hardinsburg and shipped out this week. The price was one cent each and there never was such a cleaning up of old bottles. There is not a more hospitable home in this county thnn that of Mr. i.nd Mis. J. F. McGary, near Kirk. The writer had the pleasure of visiting this home last week and it was a real joy to be with this family. Peace and plenty and good cheer are the units in this home. Even the dumb animals act like humans, they are so well treated and cared for. The people over on the Hranch are having a world of trouble with their mail service. Their mail is often times two and three days late they claim; not on account of the trains for they are running all right, but the mail service is not run with the trains. It Is hoped that the Postal heads will remedy this and give them their former good Card of Thanks. We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their many kindness shown us In the death of our father and husband. Mrs. Thos. Goatley and Children. New Home Completed The new residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace llabbage, of Piuville, has just been completed and they moved into it last week. The house is equipped with all the modern conveniences and is a very attractive place. Their home is called "Iutcrmout (between two m Men Who Build o D J. ST. VALENTINE DINNER U. LAYMAN. THIRD WARNING! ' divert at the County Capital if By the Sans Souci Club Mem bers Friday Evening. An elegant dinner, and beautiful in all its appointments, took place at the home of Sir. and Mrs, Paul Conipton Friday evening! The event was the celebration of St. Valentine's by the members of the Sans Souci Club. The color.scheme was pink and the heart idea was prominent in the lovely decorations and the entertaining features of the evening, l'ive courses were elegantly served and covers were set for the following: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cotnptou, Dr John Kincheloe and Mrs, Kincheloe, Mr. and Mrs. C. STILL HIGHER PRICES! BUY NOW! Patent Flour, porbarrol Golden Grain, per barrel $ 7 80 Vic Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard, Prof Williams and Mrs. Wil- liauis, Miss Nannie Kincheloe and M. It. Kincheloe, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kskridge, Mr. and Mrs. A X. Skillman, Mr. and Mrs Russell Cotnptou, Miss Martha Gardner and l'rof. Steele, Miss Isabelle and Dr. R. P. Kunueka, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heard, Miss Zigler and Mr. Franklin Kincheloe, Miss Virginia Heard, Mrs. Thos. Withers, Dr. Arthur Walker and Mrs. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Richardson. Mr. Burdetie's Sale T. ',M. illurdette, of Dukes, ordered from the llrcckeuridge News Saturday, posters to advertise his clearance sale of merchandise which he bought recently from Mr. Sapp. Mr. llurdette has been living for the last ten years in the east ami was in railroad service at Little Washington, Pa., just before his return to his old home in Hancock, & Finish Houses j'lluvo uniisiml opportunity this spring to get plenty of work. While lumber is low and so much work wanted, is tho best time that has ever eotno to architects, carpontets, contractors, ttiasous, decorators, pain tern and others to land a job. If you go for it, not after it, you will succeed. It is your own fault if you stay in that shop called "Idleness." Get work if you lmvo to beg for it, and you will novor have to beg for bread. It is all in tho wuy you seek employment. Ono of tho best ways to reach tho peo-ilwho are ambitious is to advertise, then follow it with sincere effort. 1111 o Stop "Don't" to the Boys. tion of Clubs Is urging Meal, ber bushel Bran and Shorts Mixed, per ton Single Hundreds Cotton Seed Meal, per ton Single Hundreds 7 40 90 28 00 1 45 30 00 1 50 If you order includes one barrel of Flour WE PAY THE FREIGHT Wo pay tho freight on all shipments of 400 pounds or moro The civic d jpartment of the Federaamong other 19I4 L. C. Taul had an Insurance busi- things tree planting and bird preservaness of $100,000, paid $7,000 in prem- tion. Bird conservation Is crop conThe small boy with his iums. His work is thorough and ac- servation. curate, making Mr. Taul one of the gumbo shooter vould cease his opera most capable insurance agents in the tions if he understood why the birds State lie is building a big insurance are needed. Tell him something besides "Don't" and he will respond. business. $100,000 Business. Assistant Engineer. 75,000 Lbs. Sold This Week Quality Very Poor; Prices Ranged From $1.30 to $15.10. Common leaf sold for better price than any sale of the season. Buyers on the market from Henderson, Owens-bor- o and Louisville. Please to send your order CASH with IT to the MILL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Henry Duncan Moore, of Versailles, Is here assisting H. N. Wood, civil engineer of the j , H. & St. L. R. II. They arc using the office Company. planned and built by Mr. Hudson, the president and general manager, wlicu he was civil engineer of tho road. Ill in Owensboro. Mr. A. V. Ford, of Louisville, ar rived at midnight to visit his father, Cupt. S. H. Ford, who is very ill. Mrs. Stewart Starling, of Henderson, daughter of Capt. Ford, has been with him for several days at the home of Mr. Urey Woodson. Owensboro Wo recoinmond vertising space which is read by pcoplo who plan and work to pay tor things worth while. Our rates will bo gladly furnished you. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, our ad- McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. Bring us your good tobacco; good demand for it. Next Sale, Tuesday, February 23rd ClHUrHT, IT. What the Old Farm Needs Is Agricultural Ground Limestone Along the Henderson Route, and within easy reach, quarries are producing limestone for agricultural purposes which analyzes 00. t per cent, carbonate of lime, around to any degree of fineness, for shipment In paper lined cars or In one hundred pound paper sacks. The qual'ty of this limestone Is probably the best in the State of Kentucky for agricultural purposes, and the Henderson Route has established a very low rate In order to encourage the farmers to Improve the soli. It Is now realized, In fact It has been ing elements, but not in available form, or perhaps the soli Is overbalanced In one way ur another. It may contain too much acid or It may be that the trouble arises from the physical In such cases, condition of the soil. and under all faulty conditions of the soil the most available, economical and effective remedy known Is agricultural ground limestone. Information regarding freight rates on ground limestone will be cheerfully given by the Local Agent or upon application to W. E. Chambers, Assistant General Freight Agent of the Li., H. Sc St. L. Railway Louisville Ky. proven that much of the "worn out" farm soil is not In fact hausted. It still contains plant-gro- ex- INTERESTING ITEMS YOUR HEALTH Don't Endanger it With Calomel. It is FROMGARFIELD Rev. Edna is thinking of entering school at Hardlnsburg this spring. Scott Cunningham went to Louisville Friday to accompany his wife horns who has been In the St. Joseph's In firmary the past three weeks. We are glad to learn that Mrs. Cunningham Is recovering from the operation. Mrs. Eden Warren, of Louisville, Is visiting friends and relatives here, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cunningham, who have- - been visiting his paret.ts, Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Cunningham, returned to their home at Keno, Ind., Sunday. Mrs. Grover Mitchell, of Owensboro who has been sick for the past year with tuberculosis, passed away last week. She lcavesa husband and three children, friends and relatives to mourn her death. The remains were brought to St. Thresea cemetery for burial. Mrs. J. T. Jarboe, of Owensboro, who accompanied the corps of Mrs, Mitchell here for burial, returned home Friday. The ball given at Stallman Bros.' hall Monday, was enjoyed by a large attendance. The oat market SEED OATS! is going higher every day keeping company with wheat. have bought a limited amount early. Offer good prices We We keep the No. 2 Northern White Oats in new, even weight, 5 bu., branded bags Alfalfa Horse and Mule Feed and Sucrene for cows Cheapest feed you can feed now BUY NOW! Hay, Oats, Corn, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran, in fact Anything in The Feed Line, Coal and Brick Ask us for Prices and You will Save Money. Office Depot. Cumb. Phone HEST01N, WHITWORTH & CO., : : Hardinsburg, Ky. Bruington Conducting Farm- Make Your Own Healing edy at Home. Rem Meeting at Rock Cut ers Burning Plant Illness. MRS. CORAL generally agreed by experts In Beds-Much this country and Europe that calomel has a very violent effect on the system. This accounts for the familiar disagreeable feeling accompanying a dose, and BOARD ILL 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 replaced calomel. once, and 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 For sale by Kinche money refunded. X Mrs. V. U, Mattingly Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Nancy Snider, at Uardlnsburg. The family of Mr. Isaac Carter, near town, are all down sick. There has been so much pneumonia and lagrlppc in our community this winter. Mrs. David Penick is In Louisville the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. C. Brock. liny n 50c. bottle of I'nrris Healing Remedy, add to it a pint of .Linseed Oil to mnkt. n healing oil, or add to It a pound of lard or a pound of vaseline to make an ointment. You will then have sixteen ounces of the Healing Remedy for harness and saddle galls, barbed wire cuts, scratches, or any hurt or sore where the skin is broken. Positively guaranteed the best made. Make It at home. Ily so doing you have $2 00 worth for 50c. For sale at Wedding's drug store, Clovcrport, Ky. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE State Farmers' Institute The Slate Farmers' Institute will meet at Elenderson, Ky., February !2.1, Each day's program 24 and '25, 1O15. is full of good things for the fanner and the farmer's wiie. Dr. Cyril G. Hopkins, of the Univer sity of Illinois, the great soil expert; Mr. Jos. E. Wing, of alfalfa fame; Prof. H. J. Kustlce, of the University of Michigan, authority on horticulture; Mrs. W. N. Hutt, of Raleigh, N C ; President H. S. Barker, of Kentucky Stite University, and many others will address the meeting. Some phases of farming will be shown in moving pic Women's part in tures each evening. country life is not overlooked on this program. Breckinridge Bank. The Misses Harnsd were week end guest of their parents, Ur. and Mrs. K. C. Harnsd. Mrs. J. A. Sandbach and Miss Pearl Ileile Mattingly were guests of Miss Nancy Hoard Friday. Kev. C. L. Hruington, assisted by Kev. (J ICinnNon, are conducting a meeting at Rock Cut. Good crowds are in attendance, and great interest is being manifested. A birthday offering of a penny for each year of age from the members of the H. VV. M. Society, resulted in quite a nlci; little sum, and was a great nelp in meeting our apportionment for the year. A great number of our farmers are taking advantage of the nice weather for burning plant beds and making ready for another crop of tobacco. Mrs. Coral Uaard, who underwent an operation at Norton's Inlirmary In Louisville last week, is very low and not expected to recover. Miss;Hessie H. Weatherford came out from llardinaburg to spend the week end with her aunt, Miss Nannie Hoard. Dr. J. V. Meadow, of Custer, Mr. and .Mrs. If IS. Moorman, of Harned, Mcsser Ueurg; Gregory and Morris of Hardiusburg, and Mr. Kincheloe, aua Mrs. V. W Smith were guests of Mr. and .Mrs Turn Giegory Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Paul Compton and children, of riardinsljjrg, were guests of her father, Mr. Jesse Macey, Sunday. Mr. aiid Mrs I 15 Richardson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton at Hardiuslmrg one day last week. Mrs Jennie Adams is reported as being some better at this time. Harold Smith and sister, Miss Anna Mildred, ivere the week eud guests of loe's Pharmacy. LODIBURG Miss Frances LImback, of Louisville, guest of her sister, was the week-enMrs. Karl ISasham. Miss Llllle Diddle, of Frymire, who has been visiting her brother, of 1'osey ville, Ind.. has returned home. Remus Basham has gone to Illinois to look for a position. As soon as he finds work he will send for his family. Mrs. Hue Casey, of Illinois, is here spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cashman. W. N. Head, last weok and this, will have loaded out over 10,000 cross ties here at Lodlburg. We are glad to see Dr. S. H. out again after a very severe illness. Dr. Hell Kurtz, of Webster, was In our town one day last week the guest of A. M. Hardiu. Mr. and Mrs. Iilron Beauchamp, of West Point, visited Mrs. lteauchamp's parents. Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Arga d on Public Sale! at public sale at my farm known as the Ferd McGhee farm, 3 miles from Irv- ington, on I will offer Now is the time to subscribe Beautiful Sunset Pictures. Beautiful pictures of the sunset on Ohio taken from the lower landing in this city are furnished by Mr. Brabandt for thirty-liv- e cents, postage 5 cents extra. The pictures are in lovely coloring and many have been ordered by those who formerly lived here Cloverport has long been known as the town of beautiful sunsets and pretty girls. the Thursday, February 25, 1915 The following property: bright, last Sunday. "The Best Laxative I Know Of." "I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets for several years. them will take recommend them best lavative and that I know of," Fruitland, Iowa. People who have used I can nothing else to my customers as the cure for constipation writes Frank Strouse, For sale by all dealers. when Famous Silverware select-in- s forks, spoons , and fancy servinc pieces to see that they bear the famous trade mark CHENAULT. Dr. D. S. Sphlre was in town last week. Mrs. J. S. Manning is on the sick list. Merlin Warren, clerk of the Sc Cincinnati Packet Co., Is at home for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Warren. Miss Uessie Wnttclton's school will close here Saturday. Miss Edna To )in, who took the examination at Stephensport last week, we are glad to learn has pasted. Miss ROGERS BROS. which stamps them the genuine Rogers silver-platware. For over 65 years 1817 ROGERS BIOS, silver has been first In the heart of the housekeeper because of its wearing auality, workmanship and Sold by leading dealers every send, ror showing all paltomt. mare, excellent family mare, not afraid of trains or autos. One Mule Colt; Two Jersey Milch Cows; One Heifer; 30 Head of Hogs--all thoroughbred; Some Good Brood Sows; Wagon; Buggy; Two Riding Cultivators; Wheat Drill; Disc Harrow; Steel Harrow; Corn Planter; Harness; -old One coming their patents at Hensley. Mr. Willie Bruington, of the Free-dou- i neighborhood, spent Friday, February Vi, with his mjtner, Mrs. Missouri Bruliigluu. It was the 3;tli an nlversary of his father's death, and in all these years he has never failed to spend it at home with his mother. Miss Klla Dowell spent last week in Hardiniburg the guet of Judge D. D. Dowell and wife. Corn; Hay; Etc. DAVE HENRY, Auctioneer Reduction in Living Costs Made W. H. GIBSON was in Glen Dean Friday on business. Nat Ball, of McQuady, spent Sunday with Mr. S. Keenan. George Beatty and Joe Board sold catalogue wtieie. U INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO. Successor to Merlden Britannia Co. MERIDEN. CONN. AVENUE OF THE CHAMPS ELYSEES, PARIS Photo by AJaarlc&a Press Association. Food Exposition. Chicago; Paris Ex position, France, March, i0i2 Possible by Perfect Product In buying a can of Calumet send the slip found In the one pound can to the The sudden and highly alarmlnu in Calumet Baking Powder Co., Advercrease in cost of food necessities, such tising Department, Chicago, III., and as sugar and flour, demand Increased you will receive one of their handsome domestic economy. For Incomes have 72 page Cook Books, Illustrations In not advanced with this soar colors, and a book that will be a guide to economy la the kitchen. ing of food prices. Waste of food as well as cost of food Whenever You Need a Ocneral Tonic must be considered and minimized in Take Grove's these days of exorbitant prices. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Fortunately, the greatest food waste chill Tonic is equally valuable as a with which the housewife has to cou General Tonic because it contains the tend bake day failures and the waste well known tonic propertiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts ou the Liver, Drives of costly baking materials is rendered out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and preveutable by the perfect leavening Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. power of Calumet flaking i'owder. TAR FORK NEWS. Calumet is an absolute v sure baklncr powder of absolute purity. It never falls to produce fully raised bakings Marlon Jackson was In Cloverport that are tender and temptingly Saturday on business. For its wonderful leavening E. 0. Jackson is on the sick list. strength never varies. It's always The measles are raging In this comuniform and always unexcelled. Many Trust Brand Baking Powders munity; live cases have been reported sell at a higher price than Calumet. In one family. But none possess the hlsh aualltv of Edward Brown was In Cloverport Sattblt excellent leavener as It conclu urday, attending the tobacco sale sively proven by the fact that Calumet there. received highest awards World's Purt S. Keenan, the miller, of this place, war-time dell-clous. their tobacco at Fordsville last week. The roads in this part of the county are worse than they have been in years. The mud is hub deep. 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. 1. II. Thomas, I,ogansport, 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." For sale by ull dealers. Gets Fine Lemon. Tlios. Odewalt received a horn. grown lemon from Alex Ahl.of Toblns-por- t, Monday. It was larger than aa 0. orange and almost as large as a grapa fruit. Fruit Is much cheaper thla winter, because verv little la the belligerent countries. MJOATIEY Dies After an Illness of Measles Splendid Man In His Community. CHANCE TO MAKE KENTUCKY HOG Special Rates To RAISING fC i 4tZ4H 4ZZ4l V4V te S! 4K GOOD COMBINATION FOR 1915 I 2454S K -- GREATEST STATE Farmers' State Institute at Henderson, Ky. Reduced round trip into from Clovcrport to Henderson, Ky., on account of State Institute Fur-mor- M Funeral Thursday. Thos. Goatley died at his country home near Cloverport Wednesday after Ills an Illness of several weeks. death was caused from an attack of measles. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon and the burial took place In tho Clovcrport cemetery. Miss Nan Goatley, Mrs. Tena Schroder, of Dody, and Mrs. Joe Wilson, of Can-nelto- n, 1,0,000 Hogs Fattened From Slops and Distillers' Dried Grains In Daviess M a. fi-- . L.uuiviiii: evening ri i'osl, uuiiy, 4i year... Home and Farm, twice - a - month 1.00 ft i i r t 3.00 f. County Alone Last Year 24 page War Atlas rn $5.00 ft 8 'A Total (By Stophcn Holies, In Uourbon Stock sisters the funeral. Mr. Goatley was sixty years old and was formerly of Perry county, Indiana. He was a farmer of splendid principles and set a good example to his neighprobors. Through his high-clasduce his excellent traits cf character were learned. It has been repeatedly said that Mr. Goatley always brought the best and freshest eggs to town. His good name will moan much to his wife and several children who eurvivo of s Mr. Goatley, attended Journnl). Kentucky can easily be made the greatest State In the Union. Thnt has been demonstrated by Daviess county farmers. Last yenr about 10,000 hogs were fattened in thnt county on distillers' Blops and dried grains. So successful were the experiments thnt the L., H. & St. railroad switches along their lines for the uso of farmers to utilize this byproduct of tho distilleries for feeding I- -, pro-vlde- d the ngriciilturnl world. Men from experiment stations who know all about food values or dir-fercnt grains and foods havo given It the highest recommendation. Tho richest agricultural States In the Union are those which lead In hog "production. Iowa, with Its vnst Held .of corn; Illinois, Missouri and Indlnna I In the order named, have thousands best chemists In 1 Officially Tested Out. Tho official tests of this feed havo been very satisfactory in every way. It has the stamp of approval of tho All For $3.50 1 n' i THE . BRECKENRIDGE i if, SEND SUBSCRIPTIONS TO f . NEWS I 7 771Z $3.00 Tickets will lie sold Cloverport, Ky. .T Z27 JPO -- 7 V.' 7Z7 7t7 i- February 21, 22, 23. Limited to return Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. March Corre.-poiidinaly 2, 1915 Hreckinridyc. Opposite Union Station him. A Letter From Texas. low furc will be in eircct from other Dear Mr. Habbngc: I'lnd enclosed $1.00 to pay for another year's subscription to the News. We cannot get along without the News, as we always know when to expect It, and our letters are sometimes late. "We arc enjoying my now cabbage, lettuce, onions, turnips and greens at present. We have this variety of fresh vegetables all winter here. Strawberries are getting ripe now, and will soon have plenty on tho market We live on the Sanjacaute fruit farm. We havo letters from friends, saying they did not know oranges grew in Texas. We have plenty of them and also flgs. We have not had a freeze to Injure the fruit trees yet, and feel suro we won't now. as we have warm weather. No lire is needed only for cooking purposes. As ever, MRS. FRED TEIURMAN, stations county. i n Rate $1.00 European ' Bath $1.50 L, H. & St. L. R. R Solicits p:itron:iru of Clovcrport lJusinoss Men mid Shoppers Company prize winners at the Great Farmer's One of the many distillers' slop-feDarbecue at Daviess County Fair Grounds, Owensboro, Ky., May 30, 1914. hogs. Special tank cars wero also pro- of rlcn farmers who made their money vided for tho transportation of both out of hogs. They feed the raw grain to the porker and sell him at the the slops and dried grains. highest price In the biggest markets Makes Prize Winners. of tho country. They havo 110 such At a great barbecue on the Owens- advantages as tho Kentucky farmer boro Fair Grounds last May, attended has. At our very doors, and at a by '20,000 farmers and feeders, there much lower cost than corn the Iowa the were on exhibition scores of fine hogs and Indiana fanner feeds, we havepork feed that will produce the best fattened on distillers' dried grains and In the world. slops, and many cash prizes were The Farmer's Opportunity. awarded. Officials from the agriculThe greatest single Industry in Kendepartment of tho State and Fedtural industry tucky Is its distilleries. eral Government wero present and pays more taxes for the This maintenance made addresses on tho proper care of the State than all other uianufue-- I and feeding of hogs and the preen-tlo- Hiring Industries Combined. Thouof cholera. Specimens of distil- sands of tons of slops containing nu-- j elements are lers' dried grains and slops from v:u trltlous. rlous distilleries wero also on exhibi- dumped into tho waste neap simply be tion and their respective food value cause Kentucky feeders have not waked up to their opportunity. A comwere explained by experts. paratively small portion of this bye Fattens Quickly. product Is dried and shipped to to be used as dairy feed and for One of tho greatest advantages In feeding distillers' dried grain is the fattening hogs. dried But why ship any fact that nothing Is lost. The distil- grains to Denmark andof these when Holland lers remove only the up to we can use them here at home portions of the grain, leaving an aver- the full capacity of every distillery in age of 40 per cent of protein, which the State, thereby Increasing the prof-It- s Is the element required to fatten of and adding many stock. It has been supposed by many millions of dollars annually to the people that the best way to fatten a wealth of tho farmers of tho state. hog Is to feed hard corn. But corn Cheaper Feed Than Corn. In the natural state yields about 13 per cent of protein, as much of It Farmers should sell the corn they passes through the animal undigested. raise at the high price It usually Distillers' dried grains therefore pos- brings, and buy, for less money, more sess about three times the fattening and better feed in the form of distilproperties of natural corn. By feed- lers' dried grains. By doing this they ing these dried grains with alfalfa, can fatten more hogs at less cost and clover or other green stuffs, hogs fat- sell them In the market for larger ten quicker and better than by the use profits. It Is a simple business propoof corn alone and at very much less sition that should not be overlooke by the farmer. , cost. n g Tribute to the Memory of Mayme Kendall. On tlic morning of February 1, 10,15, death entered the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Kendall, taking their oldest chile ! Mayme. "Too fnir for enrth, she passed from our gray uintery .skies, To dwell in I'aradise." When in the eours-- of human events it hecotnes necessary for us to .submit to the rower that is, even when our hearts are torn ami crushed, let us not forget there is comfort and consolation in the Divine and lie doeth all things for the best. We know the family and her most intimate associates feel that life will never mean so much as before, hut God's grace is sufficient, and we should take cheer and be inspired by the iullnence of this lovely Christian character, who has so nobly asserted herself for good Death can never kill that which never dies, and this is the comfort of Jlayme's friends for it can tfuiy be said of her that her friendship and society shall always linger in our memories because it is immortal. Let the incessant patience, which she so cheerfully assumed under the most agoniing circumstances, her nobleness of purpose, her kind sweet disposition, inspire us to better manhood and womanhood and give us a more profound conception of what it means to live unto an end. l?or, so often during her illness she would say: "If it is Ood's will 1 am ready." While the halo of sorrow may hover itself around 11s and cast a gloom over our hearts, let it not shadow our hopes, nor discourage our integrity, for we are comforted by the solace of that religion which gave her sweet submission to His will. She professed faith in God when quite young, and united with the Sandy Mill Haptist church, to which she was loyal. A beautiful and impressive service was held in Irvington Haptist church by her pastor, Rev. Rogers, ot Louisville, Ky., where her many friends and relatives had assembled to pay their last honors to this fair young life which death had cut down as she was blooming into womanhood. The snowy casket, symbol of her pure life, was covered with a wealth of beautiful ilowers, tributes from dear friends and relatives. The interment wis in Cedar Mill cemetery. While we bow to this as inevitable yet there is an aching void in many hearts, Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon ObTICIJ TRI5NT St W.M.I.S I.IVKRY STAI1I.1C LMttiL'AUKD SPECIAL TO TREAT GIVEN ALL TO ANIMAL DISKASKS. ATTENTION CALLS AT ALL HOURS. Laportc, Texas, DR. R. P. KUNNECK, V. M. D. IIARDIXSIllRG, KliNTCCKY . TAYLOR. Irvlngton, Ky. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST flfflpo Unnrc UlllUb 11. IIUUIIJ. . m.lto m. to 12 M. & p. m. Always In office during office hours News Want Ads. are Little Winners LET'S MAKE KY. THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE Macey's Duroc Sales. , I9I5. Stephensport, Ky., Feb. D. Babb3ge, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: I am enclosing list of recent sales of Duroc hogs, and will also give you description of my herd boar, Defender's Best, No. 48423, a son of Old Defender, and said by good judges to be the best boar that Old Defender ever sired. He will not be two years old until March and now weighs 650 pounds; in breeding condition and still growing like a pig. He Is a hog of tremendous scale and bone, and has as much quality as a small hog and has proven himself a great breeder of large litters of uniform We had 6 registered high quality. sows farrow 72 pigs by him this fall solved once will easily make a tOOO for all bv Calumet. I think he kitchens has pound hog by next fall. For dally use in millions of Yours truly, proved that Calumet is highest not only In well G. P. MAYSEY. Duality but in liavtn'mg poiviraa in results pure to the extreme and Mr. One I.IHT OK SALES. Perfectly 1 Beautiful! Is The March Number of 111 J. May boar, $20; and one ten weeks old boar pig, $i0 to C. II. Drury, Irvlngton, Ky. One May boar to Stephensport, Ky., $20. One May John Flood, Dr. gilt to Shively, The, Stephensport, Ky., $23. One ten weeks old boar pig, $10; one ten weeks old sow pig, $i0 to Silas Miller, Hardinsburg. Ky. One May boar to John Lyddan, Webster, Ky., $2"). One May gilt to Mike Lyddar, Webster, Ky., $25. TwoMaygll.s to A. B. Wedding, Dundee, Kv., $50. One sow and pigs to J. W. Thomas, Dundee, Ky., $02 50. One fall boar pig to John Carman, Woodrow, Ky , $16. One May gilt to G Ed Taylor, Maceo, Ky., Ws- Woman's Home Companion SHOWING! The Latest Fashions, Plates on the Season's Colors, Giving Designs for the Attractive Fabrics. A mm soi PAGE ON NEW CROSS WORK ON WOOL Many New and Interesting Features wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. Received Highest Awards Clkuo. in. FRENCH TROOPS IN STREET OF PARIS Price 15c a Copy Order Your Subscription $1.50 a Year Xol J ffl,?V I The Breckenridge News in the Clover Creek bridge of this city Cloverport loves this bridge and a great deal of pride should be manifested tit looks. It could be made beautiful for Miiyuii! was truly loved mid ndmircd by every one. So, finally, let us emulate the ways of this virginal character, so when the summons comes to that heavenly realms where she nhides in eternal bliss, we may join her. Ily one who has always known her. Remodeling Residence. John Farlier Is taking a Great deal of Interest In the retuodelinc of his old home In Second and Elm streets. It is The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Drcaute o( Its tonic ami laxative effret, I.AXA. one of the oldest houses In Cloverport. TIV1! IlKOMOQUININItU betterthan ordinary by his Quluiue and does not cauic ncrvouinras nor The home was recently vacated rinsing in head. Keinctnber the (ull name and sister. Mrs. Ditzenbach. Mr. Farber look lor the algnature ol It. W. GKOVii. 25c. New Bridge Floor. Photo by American PreM Association. The county is having a new floor put has been at work for some time on the house and grounds. Subrcribe for The News ' lm THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BADBAGL, Editor and Publisher Issued Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, and respect of all classes, and his rulings aro basod on tho law and tho facts. Ho works hard, conducts his courts with caso and dispatch and looks after tho comfort of thoso who help him conduct tho courts He is not a harsh judge, but human; when ho decides n question that ends it. The people want Judgo Layman for another term, nnd want him bad and will have him. IMPROVEMENT ON g AK? HVZZ U 1915 THE HILL. I The men on tho hill havo put down a substantial walk from tho This was llnanced top of the Baptist church hill to Sovcnth street. citizens of tho Hill, some of tho men giving both by tho leading BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additiona money nnd labor. The hill is onu of tho most delightful parts of insortion. Cloverport. Besides having the C. H. S. building thoy havo many CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at tho rato of attractive homes, with t yard and clean streets in front of 10 cents per lino. them. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plea90 "THE HOODOO," A COMEDY IN THREE ACTS notify us. AT CITY HALL, HARDIHSBURG. KY. BILLY SUNDAY AND THE REST OF US. Friends write from Philadelphia that tho influence of Billy Sun HONDA Y NIGHT, FEBRUARY 22. day over that city is wonderful. His sermons aro so practical and simple. One can rend what ho says, but to hear him is entirely difCAST OF CIIAltACTKUS IN OltDKlt Of TIIKIlt KIUST Al'I'KAHANCB. ferent. He bus stirred the hearts of Philadelphians and filled them Mary H. Whitworth Lulu, by name and nature so with joy that they arc singing as they have never sung before Isabellc Moorcman Aunt Paradise, colored cook lady Since the meetings have been going on in Philadelphia it is not un .Clara Hell Kincheloo else Angelina. Mrs. dinger's angel child usual for someone on a street car to start a song and everybody .Ely Duvall religion! Malachi Meek, lively old gentleman of 09 join in until every verso is suns. That sounds like Porrington-Shine- , Meek's daughter,.... Clara Bell DcIIavcn Mr. Many ate anxious for an old time revival in Cloverport, some old Mrs. Louise Taylor Disappointing how the churches in Gwendolyn, her daughter, demure and shy at the church. time Francis Dillon Billy Jackson, the heart breaker so many places aro deserted handsome edilices with every equipment Clingor, fascinating young widow... ..Virginia Beard for beauty, comfort and convenience that arc never tilled at religious Miss Inia Ima Franklin Kincheloo Brighton Early, about to be married of dollars in church property, but used by only services. Thom-andMiss Amy Lee, the bride .. ..Emma Meador the few. Splendid, helpful sermons and inspiring miwic heard by Fannio Leo Brown condition Miss Doris Ruffles, maid of honor the same audience Sunday nfter Sunday. The cause of this Kctura Johnson school tf'iicher lies with each individual, the one who gors and the one who stays Miss Longnecker. Earl Thomas Prof. Solomon Spiggot, an authority on Egypt away. Just a lack of old time religion! People are missinjrso much, Bill Evans llemachus, his son and losing the best of life, by not going to church Elmina Lyons Dodo do Graf, tlic dazzling Daisy or willfully staying away. There are many capable, by carele-lRobert Ilaswcll intelligent men outside of the church, who should not wait for a Billy Dun, the burglar D. Shellman is true, the Mrs. Seiniramis Spiggot, the mother of sevcn..3Irs. G. Sunday revival, but hould join without delay. While it Miriam Kincheloo church, ina way, seem- neglected, it lives on while political parties Eupepsia Spiggot, her daughter llargis Thomas, Robert Conipton and social organizations come and die. The life of tho church iscternal. Four little Spiggots, lcklifl' Ivincheloe. Anna Ball, Robert Time 1015. ARE CITY PEOPLE MORE THOUGHTFUL? well-kep. old-tim- EIGHT PAGES. ts H H MADEiit (111 I VT. I I fc JkHi f FSr ll I II. aH ?f VZ - .tl u Ml v .. hi II 111 .Ail .11 'il 11 llMMlMB'-II M ill 1 tfY 1L I . l n .Knri k .11 ii 11 1 1 I I I II n 1 I M II I I ' e hand-shuhin- g . The "Prudent man" does not put off making his will until he gets very sick. He knows that wills made upon death-beare often BROKEN on the ground of mental incapacity, fvlake your will today and make our Trust Gompany your executors. Then you are relieved of all ANXIETY and WORRY and feel that your wishes will be faithfully carried out by capable, responsible men. Gome in and consult us NOW. ds s Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. . THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG whole-heartedl- 8 TRUST CO. y y Hardinsburg, Ky. - HITCH UP AND TAKE A DRIVE 1 New York thinks of nothing but business and money when a gill can afford to pay $12,120 rental for the privilege of scll-in- g flowers at a stand under the Biooklyn Bridge terminal?" asks tho New York Sun. "On this one spot there must be ii lavish outpour ing not only of coin but of thought and sentiment." There is in deed in every city to much more of sending of flowers to the ill, the sad and afflicted than in small towns and lural districts. If one could be ill without sufl'crinir, it would be worth tho price to spend a week nt an infirmary just to be a recipient of all those lovely flowers and kind attentions that city people so sweetly bestow on their unfortunate friends. If kind thoughts, beauty and tenderness could make people well, they would lind the cure among those who have to buy W e, sometimes, wonder if city people are more their flowers. thoughtful than us, or just appreciate flowers more because they do never not see them grow. They never roam among tho work in the garden or see the fragrant fruit blossoms of early spring. Town people, Perhaps that is why they find joy in buying flowers. who have their rose gardens and hanging floral baskets aro sometimes slothful to use the parcel post in remembering those who live in apartment houses. Tho girl who has found success in only standing room for a daily llowcr sale has exhibited tho thoughtful ways of New Yorkers. 'Who says HILL ITEMS. We have all seen people who were not to the "manner born ' become ackGracious, tact nowledged succe-st- s. ful and refined are acquisitions to any circle, but it was not the very accident of chance that put them there. In nearly every instance they had to work hard for it. Personal power is the open seeame to every door in life wortn en tering. Annie Miller Knapp. The Rev. R. E. Reeves is expected to preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening. Miss Bessie Arnold, who has been quite sick is convalescing. Mrs. Eliza Mattingly, after spending the greater part of the winter in Louisville with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Benton, has returned home. Club met at the home of Mrs. Worden, when the name of the Club was changed to Stitch and Rip Club. Harlin Dunn and mother have moved to the country. Thos. J. Wine, wife and little daugh ter, will return to their home in bt. Louis this week. Mrs. Arthur Daugherty and children spent the last of the week with her sister, Mrs. Joe Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Weatherholt, from Louisville, were htre to attend the funeral of their nephew, James Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mattingly have gone to Louisville to make their home Miss Iva Wine, after spending three weeks at the Satterfield home, has re turned to her home at Decatur, 111. Mrs. Viola Jackson entertained some of her friends on the anniversary of her birthday last Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Simmons. Mrs. Sarah O'Counell's children have the measles. Chas. Keil was in Irvington Friday wild-flower- elicit all the facts uud that our system of having witnesses questioned by counsel would bo better, but. on the other hand, some lawyers maintain that better results lire realized by the- system, which puts upon tho court the duty of getting at tho truth, maintain lng that the witnesses are more apt to talk frankly to tho court than to the lawyer for the opposite side who Is engaged, as they think, in trying to make them out liars. 1 came away quite favorably Im pressed with what I saw and wonder ing whether on the whole in 05 per cent of the cases a decision by three judges trained In the investigation of facts would not be as nearly right as tho verdict of twelve citizens casually gathered In from the general community. George W. Wlckersbam In Caso and Comment COAXING Hut before doing so, cull in nt the D. M. Jones Saddlery comis to et good work and V. G. I licks, the most expert cutter and builder of suvo money. Saddles una Harness in the middle West, is in charge of tho cut ting and making department. Our work is We s make and carry in stock everything usunlly kept, in a saddlery hou.-c- . Repairing nwitly and coirectly done. pany's custom shop and seo how easy it Hand-mad- lirst-clas- We Also do Shoe Repairing While You Wait D. M. J0vES Manager SADDLERY COMPANY Fordsville, Ky. Located b tween Male's Jewel:) Storu unil Hlncs' Department Store JAKE WILSON, Breckenridge News and The Louisville Daily Herald Both One Year $3.00 THE FURNACE. Thursday afternoon the Needlecraft Try Gentleness ARE TUB UNEMPLOYED WILLING TO WORK FOR FOOD AND LODGING 3 Tho Warsaw Independent writes of a city man, out of employment, and who was so sincere in wanting work that he was willing to go into tho rural districts to get a job. He is now at work on a farm and his story of finding employment is interesting. With this great army of tho unemployed, surely there is no excuse for run down farms and residences in poor repair. So many laborers and the harvest still great! Thousands of men out of work and so much work to bo done. How many city men of tho unemployed would be willing to go to the farm where they could exchange labor for food and comfortable lodging? If the unemployed aro willing to work there is no excuse for run down farms and residences out of repair. While the laborers are so plentiful, a great deal should bo accomplished. Do not let hard times keep you from making your annual spring improvements Let only dobt keep vou from having new clothes. If you aro unemployed, show that you are willing to work and you will never stand in the bread line. If you can not get what you want, work for what you can get and with what you have. Then you will bo in line for increased wages when prosperity returns. Idlo machinery rusts and unused talents vanish. EDISON HONORED BY FELLOW MEN. "The only trouble with birthdays is that they take up too much time; they come around too fast. I'vo got some work to do." Thos. A. Edison made tho above response to congratulations that wore exbirthday Thursday. Ho worked tended to him on his all day, but under the direction of Mrs. Edison his laboratories were artistically decorated in her husband's favorite color scheme yellow and green. All tho department heads woro h's favorite llower, tho carnation, and at noon, (5,000 employees, wearing anniversary badges with the date of the inventor's birth camo to congratulate him. Thousands of congratulatory messages from all parts of tho world poured in throughout tho day. Wo think that the world is to be congratulated on their realizing tho greatness of Edison in time to honor him while ho lives and works. sixty-eight- h and the Uplift and Kindly, Soothing Words. Treat your furnace kindly. Let your watchwords as u furnace tender bo gentleness and uplift Be Arm with your furnace, but always gentle. Some pcrsous Imagine that tho way to make a furnace behave properly Is to flrst shake It violently nnd then maul the life out of tho remaining coals with the poker. They try chastisement when they should try gentleness and uplift and only succeed in packing the coal For 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. harder and destroying ventilation, the secret of successful furnace tending. Nothing responds more readily to up- Write your wants and Saturday. Mell Woods has moved into the house recently vacated by Thos. Landers who has moved to the country. JAPANESE COURT TRIALS. JUDGE LAYMAN'S ANNOUNCEMENT. to the oflice of Judge Layman's announcement for Circuit Judge, subject to tho action of tho Democrats in tho August Primary, appears in this issue. It will bo read with much interest by his many friends. Democrats, Republicans, Progressives, Independents and all other parties. It is a pleasure to announco a man for any oflice in tho gift of tho people with tho character, ability and efficiency of Judge Layman. No Judgo over sat on tho bench in this county that has given more general satisfaction. Ho has tho esteem The Judge, Not the Lawyer. Que. ' tlon the Witnetie. The defendant In a Japanese court was testifying in his own behalf. Uo stood dlrecUy lu front of tho presiding Judge, not ten feet distant from him, and answered his questions lu u clear voice, without uny uppareut hesitation. The Judgo seemed conversant with the case, for ho put questions rapidly, giving a funuy little gruut of acquiescence after every answer. Occasionally one of tho associates wroto a suggestion and handed It to the president, and onco or twico tho defendant's counsel asked tho court to put a certain Inquiry. The whole, proceeding aud tho Bamo may bo said of thoso In several other courts I visited was conducted la a quiet, colloquial way. In every Instance I was impressed with the simple, businesslike atmosphere. Somo of tho Japanese lawyers with whom I bavo talked say that they feel SSi XSJTjL often the court does not lift than docs u furnace Are. When lu the early morning you wish to arouse the furnace Ore from its slumbers, you should flrst shako It gently, then gently tickle the ribs of tho grate with the poker to make ventilatiou more perfect and then crack the,, top crust with u lever-lik- e uplifting use of tho poker. In a minute the Are will be wide awake and In good humor, laughing and sticking out Its tongues of flame ut you in merriment. Never swear at your furnace, no matter how It annoys you. That will make it sulky and obstinate. You never miw a furnace which was sworn at often which was not frequently sulky nnd obstinate. Now, did you? It is advisable to take the directly opposite tack. I know a man who always addresses his furnace as "sweetheart" or 'darling." and he assures me the plan works to perfection. "Maybe It doesn't really make the furnace warm up the way It seems to," he frankly admits. "Maylie the mere suggestion Just keeps me from losing my temper aud liamiiierln my fire to pieces. But. unyway. the results are excellent. Savvy "r- "- T.ccKhlp-pelu Judge. Aisle on the Car In a Wreck. BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. A. L. Atwood and family will leave for Tell City, Ind., in a few days. Henry Duncan, buyer for Jno. Phelon, Silas Miller went to Fordsville Sun of Cloverport, was through here last day, where he will attend Mr. Driskell's week buying tobacco. Normal NEW BETHEL Allen Dowell left for Monmouth, 111, KCf: YOUNG Friday. PEOPLE veteran railroad innn gave Ii pleee of valuable advice not lung ago. "If you ever get Into a wreck," lie said, "and have time to follow nut tills Huggestlon, remember this; Always htainl In the Most of the Injuries that uro suffered mviir lieeau.se the victim is crushed between the seats. It you are in the aisle you may be thrown forward nnd lnuNul a little, hut theie Is much less chance of le'elvhig serious hurts. It Isn't always pnsslhl to get out of your seat before the crush comes, but If It Is follow that advice. " -- Pittsburgh Press. A ul-sl- Try our Job Department Herbert Jnrboe, who is attending school at Fordsville, visited his parents, ft Royally Entertained at the Mr. aud Mrs. William Jarboe, Saturday Country Home of Dr. P. W. Jf and Sunday. Foote and Mrt. Foote. J, Deiiuie Koberts is very sick with the measles at this writing. One of the most enjoyable entertainMiss Louella Hell visited her sister, ments of the winter season was given at Mrs. Jas. Dowell, Saturday aud Sunday. She will start to Texas soon, where she the home of Dr. P. W. Foote and Mrs. will make her home with her brother, Foote, Wednesday evening, by Misses. Ada Mae and Sueenie Foote. "WelWm, II. Hell. come" was in large frosted letters on the Clarence Ilasham left for Alexis, III,, front doors which were thrown wide Saturday. open to the young people of the com. Rev. W. R. Oldham, of Hamed, has muiiity. Music and cards were the en. been called as pastor of New Hethel tertaining features and at teno'clock cakes, grape juice and home-mad- e church for another year. T. I). Seaton and family leave for candy were served. The dinimr room was prettily decorated with ferns for the Alexis, 111 , in a few days. A. I.. Atwood and wife visited Mr, occasion. Those present were: Misses llettie Lee lolly. Wilda Trhi. and Mrs, D S. Miller Wednesday. plett, Georgia and Flla Wilson, Uva and William Seaton, little son of Mr. and aiary l'oote, Laura Mell Stitli and Jessie Mrs, W. L. Seaton, is quite sick. Lee Foote! Messrs. Clmrll MCa,, J. D. Finley was elected moderator of Carter, I'ercy Kasey, Howard Fate. Ira New Bethel at the last business meeting pijirB, i;ugur nuruaway, jelt Jolly, u v. , t. , 'J of the church, to succeed A. L. Atwood, Uoyd Keith, Harold Tripplett, who resigned as moderator at the last aud Bob Stitli and Mr, and Mrs. IIansr Tamaa, meeting. Wilson. J r! W6 Breckenridge News 17, 1915 WEDNESDAY, FKD. Entered at tha 1'oU OflllcoatCloTcrport, Ky an second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES RATE IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES There la more Catarrh In tlila aectlon of tlie country tlinn all other diseases put together, nnd until the Inst few yeara was aupposeit to ho Incurnhle. For a prent ninny yenr doctor pronounced It a local illseno nnd prescribed locnl remedies, nnd ly rnnilniitly fnlllntf to cure With locnl treatment, pronounced It Incurnhle. Sclcneo 1ms proven Cntnrrh to ho a constitutions disease, nnd therefore reHall's quires constitutional treatment. Cntnrrh Cure, nmnufnetured hy V. J. Cheney Sc Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Constitutional cure on the mnrliet. It Is tnlen Internally. It nets directly on tho Mood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollnrs for nny ensn It fnlls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Addreti: F. J. CHENnr A CO., Toledo, O. Fold by DruKRlili. 76c. Take Hall's Family I'llli for constipation. Rose& Company Kincheloe's Compound Herb Cough Syrup. An old-fashioned SEWING WEEK From Feb. I8tli to Feb. 26th FOR POLITICAL r spending this week with her parents, Mrs, Courtney Babbage, $ 2.50 Mr. nnd For Precinct and city Offices Mrs. John Lyons nnd Mr. and Mrs. For County Offices $ 6.00 For State and District Offices $ 15.00 Chas. Chapln, of Irvington, were guests 10 of Mrs. L, V. Chapln last week. For Calls, per line Miss Celrstia Drown and Miss May 10 For Cards, per line Brown spent the week end the guests For All Publications in tbe inter of the Misses Ilngtnan at Sliillman. est o( individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trent and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tient, of Hardinsburg, were here Sunday in their machine. Change of Train Schedule on Miss Margaret SMllman arrived home The L, H. & St. L. from Morgnnfield Monday accompanied by her neice, Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman. Effective February 13, 1915. Miss Addiu Graham Ditto, of Louis KAST ItOU.Nl) Itl.1A. St. ville, left je.stenlay for I'lneville to No. 142 will leave Clovcriiort .10:10 A. M. spend ten days the guest of Mr, and Arriving Irvlnutim 12:10 ! M. Arrlvlmr (joulsvlllo. . tea l Mi Mrb. George Reese. ... No. HI will leave Cloverport 5:41) l. M. Arriving Irtlnuton . 7:40 1'. M. Duplicate order book 25c, receipt Arriving Louisville 5:07 A. M. No. Ml will leave Clovcrport. c, drafts, promisory 5:ol A. M books 3, 10 and Arriving irvniKton notes, 5O to a book, price 85c, I'ostuge WEST HOUND A. SI 4 cents extra. Breckenridge News. No. 141 will leave. Clovcrport. 12:01 I'. SI .. Arriving Owcnsboro li:5S I'. SI Arriving llendcrxon .. Edward Bowne, manager of the MurArriving Kvunsvlllo SI 1". SI 7:43 T. SI Arriving St. Loulj ray Roof upd Tile Company, left yes.. 7:0!) I. SI No. 143 will leave Clovcrport . 8:21 T. SI terday for the East. Mr. Bowne will ArrlvlngOwensuoro 11:17 I'. SI Arriving Henderson .. be gone several days in the interest of 0 :.V'l 1'. SI Arriving Kvunsvlllo 11:331'. M the company. No. 143 will leave Clovcrport ... .12:45 A. SI Arriving Owcnsboro Mr. and Mrs, Carl l Tinius have ... . I:MA.M Arriving Henderson 2:05 A. M Arriving Kvunsvlllo. moved from St. Louis to make their .. 7:40 A. SI Arriving St. Louis home at Holt. Mrs. Tinius and their ... (1:30 A. SI No. 147 will leave Clovcrport 7:4(1 A. SI .... Arriving Owensboro daughter, Olgn, were guests of Arriving Henderson ....... ... :00 A. SI little Mrs. Millard Frank Sunday. Joe Powers has been visiting his son, Jess Powers, of Union Star, since mm Christmas. He is returning to Cypress h mm n n rcuayrctLiiia Ind. Mr. Powers is not too old to travel and old enough to enjey life. About People Who Live In Cloverporl, Misses Mary Elizabeth und Judith M. Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Squires, who have been living with Other Towns and Cities and In States their grnndmother for the past three That are Far Away. Society Notes years, left Saturday to live with their father, Andrew Squires, near Custer, who has recently married. . . ! . . . . .. , mixture. A valuable remedy for stubborn Coughs and all Brochial affections. Effective and Harmless. A good, safe Cough Syrup for old people and children. Does not contain Alcohol, Chloroform, or Opium, Morphine, Codine or Heroin of any kind. Herh Get busy before the Spring Cleaning begins We Have a New Lot of Percale, Gingham, Poplin, Soisette, Crepe, Voile, Flaxon, Organdia, Swiss, Laces, Embroideries. Now StylesandFashionsfor Spring and Sr.mmcr now on display. A line of 400 of the most selected patterns and fashions of the day. Itwill pay you to make an inspection and see true values for the money. Every garment made to your individual measurement hy Rose & Co. is guaranteed to fit you perfectly or your money refunded. An INDIVIDUAL line tailoring at INDIVIDUAL readv made orices. CALL TODAY JOHN PRICE, Kincheloe's Hardinsburg, 25c. Pharmacy, :: Kentucky. "The Quality Store."' Cut this out and lend to Kincheloe's Pharmacy lor Freo Sample. then, you know the story come to us for the "New Things" Announcements uulhorlred to nnnouneo II. W. IIUSWOUTII as n cundidiitn f.ir (lovernor of Kentucky. subject to the action of tin- - DrmoiMtlc Tarty, .Minim miliary. We uro iiutliorleil to aniiounco A.G. STANI.KY as u ciedldntc for Coventor of Kentucky .stih.ei:i to Hit: net Ion of the Democratic Party iMirusi rritimry. Wo arc authored! to announce. II. II. CIIEItltV nt a candidate) for Covernor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Dcaocratlc I'artv iMiKuit rrnn-iry- . Wo uro J. WHAT C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. 1 with INDIVIDUAL 1 CENT WILL DO 0'CONNEL, Cloverport, Ky. rersunai r Miss Fronie Dean went to Louisville Thursday. Mrs. John Cooper has returned home from Caseyville. Miss Kathleen Squites spent the day in Irvington Saturday. Mrs. Will J'ate was visiting relatives at McQuady last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yeager spent the week end in Irvington. Miss Martha Miller will be hostess to the Friday Club this week. Silas Miller and Calvin Hendrick, of Hardinsburg, were here last Thursday. Mrs. Harry Newsorn will be hostess the Wednesday Club this afternoon. Miss Georgia White has gone to Mem phis to vist her neice, Mrs. Edwin Bell. Mrs. Chas. Mav will be hostess to the Ladies' Reading Club tomorrow afternoon. Miss Rosa Lee Newton, of .Louisville, spent the week end the guest 'of Mrs. J. H. Wills. The Rev. Celestlne Brey, of Louisville, was the guest of Rev. J. S. Henry PROGRESSIVE Given DINNER. by the Members of the Friday Club St. Valentine Decorations and Entertainment Features. Thursday. Mrs. Robert Hendrick is expected Seven Cours.'s Given. this week to visit her mother, Mrs. The first course of the dinner was Barney Squires. given at eight o'clock by Miss Pate and Miss Pearl Hall was herefrom Hawes-vill- e Miss Willis at the Cloverport Hotel, the Saturday to attend the funeral of parlor and dining room being attractively decorattd in hearts. After deJames Moorman. licious oyster soup was served the Dan Askins, of Tar Fork, was here guests received the following telegram on business Saturday and subscribed addressed to Mr. Leonard Gregory: for Tbe Breckenridge News. "Tom Turk is dead. Come at once." J, E. Monarch, of Kirk, and R. M. 'V. and L. McGavock." Rowland, Hardinsburg, R. 2, were here Decorations In Red. last week delivering tobacco. At the home of the Misses McGavock MIsi Annie Lee Bishop, of1 Hardins- the guests were immediately invited to burg, went to Louisville Monday to the dining room. The guests were spend two weeks with friends. seated at three beautifully set tables, Mrs. Harvey Stone, of Louisville, is lighted by white candles with red were comic shades. The place-card- s and familiar faces from the funny papers. From the electric chandelier hung dozens of little red paper hearts which gave the room a cherry glow, Turkey with cranberry jelly In hcurt-shapand beaten biscuits Penslar Liver Saline were served; alsod homemade pickles. The invitation extended was written in gold ink on red hearts as follows: Stimulates tholivor without "While strolling around on this beau irritations. It is a combination of natural 8a Its, tiful night, Let's stop at the corner for another bite; which, when dissolved Although it's to Eloise, it does not have forms a natural mineral water The regular use of to be crackers and cheese, Penslar Liver Saline will For 'tis only a rhyme that comes in at keop your liver in fino conthis time." dition. Lincoln Honored, heart-shape- The Friday Club gave a progressive dinner Friday night in honor of twelve yoi'ng men of Cloverport. The entertaining was carried out with original and charming ideas by the twelve members: Miss Claudia Pate, Miss Martha Miller, Miss Jeanette Burn, Miss Martha Willis, Misses Susette and Francis Sawyer, Miss Eloise Nolte, Mrs. Dwight Randall, Miss Margaret Puckett, Miss Mildred Babbage, Misses Virginia and Leonora McGavock. The young men invited were: Frank Plank, Marion Denton, Randall Ross, Randall Weath-erhol- t, Dwight Randall, Andrew Ashby, Mike Tucker, Leonard Gregory, Ster-se- tt Ashby, Owen Adkin?, William Mitchell, June Lawson, of Lewisport, and Charles Williams, of Hawesville. the colors of Old Glory. Dear little Cupids of red paper brought the follow ing message: If tlii.i merry bunch Would keep.on with the lunch, From nere now parade Down the street with a maid, Two houses below To Susette's and Francis' you know. Keys o Hearts. The young men were given keys by the Misses Sawyer as soon as they entered their home and the girls received hearts. In finding the keys to their hearts the girls lound their escorts to the diniug room. Suspended from the corners of the table to ceiling were streamers of hearts and the centerpiece was a caudelabra, lighted by nd candles. After luscious fruit salad with whipped cream a very unique invitation d followed. It was artistically by Mrs. Dwight Randall, a lovely maiden's head painted in a circle of hearts was the frontis piece. It read as follows: We don't like to bother, But will you please be so kind As to go a little farther We hope you don't mind, Just a square, by the way, hand-painte- V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Proceedings in Bankruptcy Instituted for Anyone A Postal costing one cent, nii;lit suvo you some good money on liuildinsr miitctinls this yeur, by lrin;in; to you our prices on anything you tuny need in this Hue. Let us quote you our price on Lumber, Builders' Hardware, Roofing, Hetal, Felt or Shingles, Paints, or Wire Fence. Wc will quote you price delivered itt your mil road station. WRITE FOR PRICES Buy (Mi hi&H The Sure Growing Kind FORDSVILLR PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON. Manaeer FORDSVILLE. KY. Be, ill . 1.1 Buy them from your local seed dealer. If he can't supply )ou, write us direct. LOUISVILLE SEED CO. 2nd and Main Louisville, Ky. H Anyone having a good Jack to dispose of, call on nr writH m.. Dnti't answer this ndvertisernent if vnu ... w. . . . ' haven't got something good. Address FRED CLAYC0MB, Lodiburjr, Ky. ? iT?ZP ? fij ft. r Ik On eve of St. Valentine." To Margaret's and "Mrs. Dwight's" If you don't know the way, Just follow the Lights. St. Valentine Tarts. St. Valentine was fully honored at the fifth course given by Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Randall and Miss Margaret Puckett. The table was set with a covering of St. Valentine design and napkins to match. Dainty lemon tnrts on St. Valentine plates and grape juice were served. Nuts were handed around containing these pleasant greetings of St. Valentine: "It is plain to be seen That Martha and Jean Are next in 'progressive' line, Where fortunes are told, Worth their weight In gold, Happy Futures For All. Besides ice cream and cake with red icing, the members of the progressive party were nlotted happy fortunes at the sixth course given by Miss Miller and Miss Jeanette Burn. The dining room at the Hum home was lovely. The ices and cakes were served from the dining table which wus gracefully red and decorated with twenty-fouwhite streamers that reached from the table to the electric chandelier. On each one was a happy fortune for every guest. Handed the guests were little white booklets with the following con tents: flay our dinner be concluded In the spirit of the night, now Let each fellow to his girl say: Dear, we must be on our way, Remember you will still have to talk, East End Is a far piece to walk. Do you think you can find the place? Dinner Concluded. At the home of Miss Mildred liabbuge the parlor and dining room was thoughtfully decorated with red and pink hearts hanglug in the folding doors. A large red heart on the mantel mlrros and one on the piano. The dining table was beautifully arranged with lace doilies, with a silver candelabra, lighted with pink candles as the center piece. From this to the corners of the table were d graduated pink hearts. Coffee, cheese wafers and pink and white mints were served. Hand-mad- e Valentines were received as souvenirs of the last coune of the progressive dinner. r heart-shape- 7Z' -7iv.! - :? . iT i ?Z 4 5"5NaSJKCXi-fi-fii- a. Note Advertisers when you want r ts. 1 a Your Grocery! pleiiso notify Hie rdltor discontinued. Wants Can be supplied from Barred Plymouth Rocks. SAI.K ILirrcd Plymouth Itoeks exclusively. A n'eo lot of cockerels fur V. saio cheap. Kirk l'oultry Kami.llardlus-burj-W.j, V. No. 1, Drown Proprietor, It. For Sale Ky. our New, Fresh Stock which has Memorandum Book. streetsof lluidlnsburi; first day LOST-Circuit Court guiall Morocco hound Memorandum Hook. Kinder please tend same, to V. I). Wilson, owner. Mc0.udy, Ky.. and be rewarded. Lost On just arrived at all Polled SAI.K-- Durham Bull. line. I1 Also Hot Lunch lied Durham Hull FOlt for service. Finn color and disposition, l'rlco rlKht. Write J. Krank Sic (Jury, Kirk. Ky. A Hours Prompt Service, Moderate For SalSALE e- Eggs for Hatching. Kens for llati'lilnc. 1 have threu siucrli niatliit's that will produce some prizewinner-- . Prlco persettliiKot 15 enes. SI, Hand tt, or live d. esKS from each pen t'i SO. Hatlsfactlon Herbert Hull, llardlnsburK, Ky. kujt-antee- Whlto Wvandotto Price Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. Turkey Bargains Turkeys ATrloof Iturhon Ued at once. If taken Beard, HardlusburK, Ky Wanted Foxes Koxes. for saio at a Mrs. Taylor Ited and (Iray w ANTED uarueiu, ivy. Drown, Vlrda FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS pilirpT NWrtl wtifahi ni niim I llVrn SEED Largo cultivated hlen. nlal white and yellow, direct from grower. Price and clrcu. lur how tusrnw It Khicb." JOHN A. SIIEEUAN R. R. Have Your Clothes Gleaned and Pressed Telephone 70-- No. 4 FALMOUTH, KY S. C, R. I. Red Cockerels. C. It. t. Hed Cockerels und S. Miss Vera Tinius and Mr. Mori Is FOKSAliE-- Well developed; good mark. Ink's. Prices reasonable. Writ me your Osborne were married In Owensboro wants. M. I). Heard Hurdlnshurir. Ky. Mrs, Osborne Is the February 3. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James For Sale Jack. Tinius, of Holt. The bride and croom FOlt SALE or trillion blc.lack, 15 hands iroo I pedlitree: at u bargain. Mike will make their home In Kansas City, b'nlouSttr, Ky. e. Tinius-Osborn- BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. Dry Cleaners where Mr. Osborne has been working for some tune. Stephens, Prompt Service Card of Thanks. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent J Price 25c Remember and 50c the Name 'PENSLAR' Hi Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Ckvirpirt, : : Kentucky Delicious asparagus on toast was served at the home of Miss Nolte, The decorations were in honor of Abraham Lincoln's birthday. The diuing table was set with a runner of red, white and blue crepe paper. On the corner of the white place cards were the arms of d the United States of America by Miss Nolte, who is gifted in drawing and painting. Stars and little flags were tastely placed in the dining room and the scene was brilliant with hand-painte- We ilesire to extend our heartfelt thanks to' our many neighbors, friends and relatives, especially Rev. H. O. Cloverport, Ky, y Telephone 56-Cottrefl and Rev. C. l'rauk ami the sad bereave. donors of flowers in our metit, the death of our darling boy, James, Mr. and Mrs, Hiram Moorman Life Insurance and Real Estate and Family, Office with J. R. Eskridjfe, Attorney Dentist 1 FOR SALE! Registered Uamshire Gilts bred for Aprilarrow. Some nice open giltsulso. Prices right. Also ft J m jjj C. L BEARD Johnson County White Seed Corn K J. R. MATTINGLY 1 I & See it at American Theater Try a want ad. Today Hardinsburg, Kentucky R. R. No. HardlnsbtirK. Ky. "It happeas to bo in your name, The Million Dollar Mystery By HAROLD MAG GRATH Illustrated from Scenes in the Photo Drama of the Same Name fy the Thanhouser Film Company (Copyright, 1014. t Harold UacOratfa) CHAPTER IX. The Leap In the Dark. So far as Jones was concerned, he tens rather pleased with the turn of affairs. This was no time for no time for silly, innocuous quarrels and bickerings, In which love must indulge or dlo. Florence no this was that all attempts against his lite had miraculously ceased; no safe; thundered down in front of him, an6 no autos tried to carve him in two, The only thing that kept him active was the dally call of Jones by wire. .Miss Florence was well ;that was all Jonps was permitted to say. Itestlcjsly Xorton spurned his chair and walked over to the telephone booth. It was midnight. He might or misht not bo able to get Jones. B'lt almost Instantly a oIco said, "What is "Jones?" "Yes. Vho Is If" It?" "Why you called mo up not ten f.Ii trJ ago." "N'ot I!" The lull made Jones doubly "It v.as your voice, as plain as day." Hp was positive that they were alert.g "What did I want?" keen all at once. to strike again. But from what Tlip v ply did not come Immediately. direction and in what manner? He "Yc ure certain It was not you?" had not met the gift of clairvoyance, Walt a moment and I'll call the had to wait; and waiting Is n r ''"or. He will prove to you that I've fo he game Icn horo for an hour, and that this terrible the when perhapsIs death Is siclans. bslancltig always scales. It is 'hp Prst call I've made. Some one There Is a law in the state of New brf-Imposing on you. What did easier to make an assault than to h?s avait it; and it Is a good general who i on; just or unjust, whichever you they ndc you to do?" always finds himself prepared. please that reads that any person "You asked me to come down to the But !t made his heart ache to watch msy bo adjudged Insane If the s!sna office at once, and I requested you to come to the house, nnd you said you the child. She went about cheerfully when any one was in the room with could not. I declined to stir." her. Many a time, however, ho had "What did you think?" "Exactly what you're thinking that stolen to the door of her bedroom and heard the sobs, a vain they have come to life again." attempt being made to stifle them "Jones, Is JIIss Florence awake?" She was only rnnon? the pillows. "Xo." eighteen; It was first love; and first you think there Is any hope of "Do loves are pale, evanescent attach having her understand what really "I Never Saw That Ring Before, nifnts. It hurt now; but she Would happr ned?" grt over It presently. Youth forgets, "I am here only to guard her. I can' Time, like water, longer rode horseback, and Norton smooths away the returned to his accustomed haunts, not undertake to read her thoughts." ragged places. "You're not quite In favor of a reu' where uo one made the slightest atThe countess called regularly. She tempt upon his life. In his present onclllatlon?" was, of course, dreadfully sorry over "Oh, yes. If it went no further, state of mind he wouTd have welcomed happened. She had heard Young people aro young people the what had it. something about his rharacter; news' world over. "What's the matter with JIm?"i paper men weren't always the best "What does that mean? asked the night city editor, raising his This a mere fortune hunter; they would not create ImagI a twoone was one, That oyo shade. faced at that. She was "I don't know," answered the copy tatlvo heartaches if they were not never more surprised In her life when young. Jietter let tilings remain ex reader. he threw his arms around her. And Bralne and the Countess. "Goes around as if he'd been eating actly as they are. When all these so on, and so forth, half lies and hall dope; bumped Into the boss a while troubles' are settled finally, the lesser truths, till tho patient Jone3 He understood that no one Is infallible. felt like trouble may bo talked over sensibly. wringing her neck. ago and never stopped to apologize.' He found tho blundering policeman, "Perhaps he's mapping out the trout But this Is not the time. There Is no who now realized that he stood in for From his vantage point the butler page for that Hargreavo stuff," news. a whiff of the commissioner's carpet. smiled Ironically. Ho could read the Norton returned to his chair, gloomlaughed tho copy reader. "Between All he could do was to give a good de heart of this Perigoff woman as he you and mo and the gate post. I don't ier than ever. With his feet upon the could scription of the man and woman. Word read the page of a book. The believe there ever was a man by tho window sill he stared and stared and effrontery! was sent broadcast through the city. dreamed and dreamed till a hand fell must gravely And all tho while h name of Hargreave." admit her and pretend Florence and Susan Went S.iopplng, The police had to be informed this upon his shoulder. It belonged to one "Oh, thero was a chap by that name, when the blood rioted In his veins at time. all right. He's dead. A man can't of the office boys. the sight of her. But he dared not tures of two registered physicians are Late in the day an officer whose beat "Note f'r you, sir." swim 300 miles in rough water, life affixed to the document. It does not included the ferry landing at Hoboken swerve a single inch from the plans Norton read it and tore it into little laid buoy or no. They ought to have say that these physicians shall have said he had seen the three. Everything down. It was a cup of bitter gall, funeral services, and let It go at that." pieces. Then he rose and distributed anu mere was no way of avoiding the been proved reputable. had looked all right to him. It was the pieces In the several yawning putting of it to Thero were, besides the physicians. tho motherly face "But what was the reason for that his lips. waste baskets which strewed the aisle nated poison as nightshade She ema a motherly looking woman and a man benign countenanceof the one and tho fako cable from Gibraltar saying that of the other that emanates Orts wob alive? I don't see any senso leading to the city desk. it. the upas tree. And he must bow of benign countenance. Their faces had blinded him. "I'm not wanted for anything?" he when she were valuable assets. To gain an in that." At midnight Jones, haggard and entered and bow when she left! Still, sho had done him an in other person's confidence Is, perhaps, with the air of one beaten, returned I asked. 4, "TJic man who pulled it off did. "No. Clear out!" laughed the night direct favor in breaking up this love among tho greatest human achieve. home. think, for my part, that both Orts and ments. A confidence man and woman "No wireless yet?" asked Norton. Hargreave are dead, and that tho man city editor. "The sight of you Is put- business. One afternoon Bralne summoned his in the real sense of the word. In youi picked up by the tramp steamer Orient ting everybody In the gloom ward." "The George Washington of the Norton went down to the street. At runabout and called up two physicians mind's eye you could see this man North German Lloyd does not answer. was riding some other balloon." ""You'ro wrong there. Tho descrip- the left of the entrance he was quietly When he was ushered Into the desert- carrying the contribution plate down Something has happened to her wires; the aisle on Sunday mornings, and hh tampered with, possibly." tion of it proved that it was Orts' ma- Joined by a man whose arm was car wiie Kate putting her mite on the So long as we know they are at sea, chine. Oil, Jim probably has got a ried in a sling. He motioned Norton plate for tho benefit of some poor, un we can remedy the evil. They will not man's size yarn up his sleeve, but he's to get Into tho taxtcab. They were tidy Hottentot. be able to land at a single port. I have a long time In delivering the goods. dropped In a deserted spot In River-dalOn foot they went forward to On Tuesday of tho following week sent ten cables. They can't get away He's beginning to mope a good deal. Woman back of It somewhere. Haven't their destination, which proved to be Florence and Susan went shopping from the wire. If I could only get hold The chauffeur was a strong young fel of the names of those damnable docheld down this copy Job for twelve tho deserted hangar of the aviator, years without being able to make some William Orts. low whom Jones relied upon. If you tors who signed that document! Twen-t- y pay a man well and hold out fine years." tolerable guesses. Jim's n star man. "I want you to tell Jones that a tug promises, you generally can trust him, When ho gets started nothing can stop and several divers are at work on the Jones bent his head In his hands, As their car left the corner anothei and Norton tramped the floor till the him. Ho covered the Chinese Boxer spot whero he threw the chest. That's followed leisurely. This second auto sound of his footsteps threatened to rebellion better than any other corre- all. Now, doctor, rewind this arm of spondent there. I wonder how old ho mine." mobile contained Thomas Wendt and drive the moaning Susan into hyshis wife Kate. The two young women terics. tat" The amateur surgeon made a very stopped at Uie great dry goods shop "It Is only a matter of a few days." "O, I should say about thirty-onor good Job of It; not for nothing had he near the public library, and for the "But can the child stand the ter two. Hero ho comes now. 'Lo, Jim!" followed fighting armies to tho front. time being naturally forgot everything rors?" questioned Jones. "Who knows "Did they find anything?" "Hello! Where's Ford? He gavo but the marvels which had come from that they may not really drive her me a ticket to the theater tonight, and "Not up to date. Dut we might If all parts of the world. It Is as natural I want to punch his head. What's wo cared to. They have left a buoy On board the George Washington for a woman fo buy as it is for a man drama coming to, anyhow? Cigarettes over the spot they're exploring. But every one felt extremely sorry for this to sell. and booze and mlsmated couples. just now It floats a quarter of a In some manner or other Florence beautiful girl. It was a frightful mis Can't they find good enough things mile to the east of the spot." became separated from Susan. She fortune to be so stricken at her age. out of doors? Oh, I know. They cater "Who were tho men in the motor Hafe? ilAMia pa "She Is certainly Insane," said one hunted through aisle after aisle, but to a lot of fools who believe that what boat that chased Jones." could not find her; for the simple rea- of the passengers, who had known "Only Jones can tell you. Queer old they see Is an expression of high life son that Susan was hunting for her. It Hargreave slightly through some bankin Now York and London. And It's codger, eh?" rot, plain rot. It's merely the scum "A bit stubborn. Ho wants to handle occurred to the girl that Susan might ing business. "Hargreave wasn't maron the boiling pot. And any old househave wisely concluded the best place ried. He lived alone." it without police assistance." After the second day out Florence to wait would be In tho taxlcab. And "And he's right. We are not aiming wife would skim it off nnd chuck it so Florence hurried out into the street, was permitted to wander about the to arrest anyone," slnlsterly. "There into the slops. Life? Piffle!" "What's the grouch?" into the arms of the Wendt family, ship as she pleased. can't bo any draw to this game. Here, A good many of the passengers were "Looking for tho dramatic Job?" no smoking. Too much gas afloat." who were patiently awaiting her. "No. I'vo Just been wondering how Norton put tho cigarettes back Into Tho trusted chauffeur had been sent mightily worried when they learned far these theatrical managers can go his pocket. "What's the real news?" uround to tho side entrance by the that tho wireless bad in Borne mysteri ho demanded. major domo. Tho young lady had so ous way been tampered with after tho without slitting tho golden goose." "You would not bring boat bad made tho open sea. It was Norton sought his desk and began mo out hero Just to robandage that requested, so ho said. rummaging tho drawers. Ho was not arm. It really did not need It. Come, Florence struggled and called for impossible to put about. Tho appara hunting for anything; ho was merely out with it." the policeman, who camo running up, tus must be fixed at sea. And when finally Norton's wireless passing away tho time. By and by, "You're sharp." loiiowed by tho usual Idle, curious caught tho wires of the Georgo Washwhen tho pastlmo no longer served, "I'm paid to bo sharp." crowd. ho pulled his chair over to tho window "I've found where tho Illack Hun"Tho poor young woman is insane." ington ho was gravoly Informed that he young lady referred to had leaped and sat down, staring at stars such dred holds Its sessions." said tho motherly Kate, tears in her as Copernicus never dreamed of. Ships "Hy Georgo, thut'H news!" oyes. Tho benign Thomas looked at tho rail off tho Banks t.t night and bad been drowned. Sho had not been going down to sea, ferries swooping "The room above Is vacant. A Httlo heaven. 'Wo aro her keepers." diagonally hither and thither, the hole in tho ceiling, and who knows It Had All the Hallmarks of an Affec"It Is not truo!" cried Florenco des- missed till the following morning. clockwork signs; but ho took no unto what might happen?" perately. tionate Embrace. of theso marvols of light. "What do you want mo to do?" (To be Continued) "She has the hallucination that she "Not at homoj" ho muttered. "Tell Jones. When tho next meet- cd office of tho first ho sent his card Is tho daughter of tho millionaire Ho had called, written, telephoned. ing como around I'll advlso you. I've In. Tho doctor replied in person. His Stanley Hargreavo." And Thomas exThe! face was pale and his hands shook. No use, Tho door remained shut, stumbled upon a dissatisfied member. hibited his document, which was per"Good afternoon," said Bralne, smil- fectly legal, so far as appearances Jones nnswered tho telephone, and the So, buck up, as thoy say. We've got letters camo back. He began to think two ends of tho net down, and with ing affably. went. Million Dollar Mystery' very dcoply concerning the PerlgofT a little care we'll have them all. Now Tho doctor eyed him like a man "Hurry up nnd get her off tho walk. hypnotized. woman. Had she played a trick? Had let mo have a hundred." you wished I can't have the crowd growing any "You Is Now Being Shown at the that fainting spell been buncombe for Norton drew out a packet of bills to see mo oh some particular busi- larger," said the policeman, convinced. bis benefit as well as Florence's? But and counted off five twenties. ness?" t So, desplto her cries and protestahe bad not a shadow of a proof. The "Very particular," dryly. "My car tions, Florence was hustled Into the "Why don't you draw the cash thing that puzled him quail with Is outside. W1J1. y.ou be so good as automobile, even the policeman heart-rending 'Norton." is there every night." "No!" "The orders are for you to play tho game Just as you are playing it. When wo strike, it must be the last blow. All this business may look foolish to you. It's like that Jap anese game called 'Jo It looks simple, but chess is a tyro's game beside It. Can you find your way back all right?" "I can." "Well, you'd better be going. That's all the light I have. In this torch here. Got a lot to do tomorrow and need sleep." Norton stole away with great caution. His fir3t Intention was to proceed straight to tho city, but despite his resolution Tic found himself within a quarter of an hour gazing up nt the windows of the Hargreave house. "Not at home!" Quito unconscious of tho fact, ho was as close to death as any mortal man mlslit care to bo. The policeman suddenly looming up under the arc lamp proved to be his savior. on." "I forgot." said Norton. "But what a chance for me! Nearly five thousand, all mine for a ticket to Algiers!" A grunt was tho only reply. "I wont you to tell me nbout the Perlgoff woman." "I know only one thing that Bralno to accompany me?1' The doctor slowly went Into the hall for his hat and coat. He left the house nnd got into tho car with never a word of protest. "Thinking?" said Bralne. "I am always thinking whenever I see your evil face. What devilment do you require of mo this time?" "A mere stroke of tho pen." "Whero are we going?" "To call on another physician of your standing." significantly. "It Is n great thing to havo friends like you two. Always ready to servo us, for tho mere lovo of it." "Thero's no need of using that kind of talk to me. You have me In tho hollow of your hand. Why chould I bother to deny It? I havo broken tho law. I broke It because I was starving." "It Is better to starve in freedom than to eat fat Joints up the river. Today it Is a question of sanity." "And you want me to assist In signing away tho liberty of some person who Is perfectly sane?" "Tho nail on the head." urbanely. "You're a fine scoundrel!" "Not so loud!" warnlngiy. "As loud as I please. I am not forgetting that you need me. I'm no cowatd. I recognize that you hold tho whip hand. But you can send mo to the chair before I'll crawl to you. Now, leave mo alone for n while." The other physician had no such nualms of conscience. Ho was ready nt all times for the generous emolu monts which accrued from his dealings with the man Bralne. The Countess Perl,' iff was indis posed; so It was quite In the order of things that she should summon phy. lug a fca4. "Poor young thing I" he 'f on you." I feel It my duty to let you know what He was congratulating himself upon did for me, I was boththe orderliness of tho affair when a SwBmp-Uo- ot keen-eyeyoung mnn In tho garb of a ered with my back for over twenty chauffeur touched his shoulder. years and Kt times I could hardly get- -' "What's this I hear about an lnsano out of bed. I read your advertisement woman?" ho demanded. .v. kjiiju-iuu- it use "She was Insane, all right. They had papers to provo It. Sho kept crying tr .i r .. i nG UCVCI LIfTE that sho was Stanley Hargreavo's slnrt itf1 bothered n day since I took the last daughter; 1 nm My God!" Tho young man struck D0Ule 01 'horoughly convinced his forehead in despair. "You ass, she mat ur. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t cured was Stanley Hargreavo's daughter. me and would recommend it to others and they've kidnaped her right tmder h""""'0 a! did My husband was troubled with kid- your nose! What was the number of ami bladder trouble and he took your that car?" "Cut out that line of talk, young fel- Swamp-Roo- t and icured him. Thl9 lah; I know my business. They had was about five years ago. tho proper documents." You may publish this letter if you "But you hadn't brnlns enough to In- choose. Very truly yours, quire whether they were genuine or MRS. MATTIE CAMF1ELD, notl You wait!" shrilled tho chauf- R. V. D. No. 3, Gobleville. Mich. feur. "I'll have you broken for this Subscribed and sworn to before rno work." Ho wheeled and ran back to 1 ,3th of Ju,' ,909- his car, to find Susan and the countess Arvin W. Myers, in a great state of agitation. "They got her, they got her! And I swore Notary Public, on the book that they never should, so for Van Duren Co., Mich. long as I drove tho car." Letter to Susan wept, and tho countess tried Ur. Kilmer & Co. in vain to consolo her. HlnKhtmton.N, V. And when Jones was Informed he frightened even tho countess with tho pf(c What Swamp.Root Will Do For You ' snarl of rago which burned ncross his Dr. Kilmer & Co., Hps. Hb tore into tho hall, seized his ,,,e,?d te,a ce".ts Il( ,or a sample size hat, and was gone. Not a word of re . ... if, . proach did ho offer to the chauffeur. win aiso 11 wl" convince anyone. You receive n booklet of valuable T u-- to the crowd. "Come, now, movo on. I can't have the walk blocked up. 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American Theater LOUWV1LLE, KY. t HERMANS ROUT RUSSIAN ARMY I a manoinc uenera uomm s THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES, PARIS MILITARY SAPPING Origin of the Trench Work of the Modern DITCHES In it Battlefield. BY - Suicide, CAPTURE DUG PEASANTS. RUSSIAN STAFF the Middle Ages Civilians Were Forced to Do the Labor to Which Soldiers Would Not Stoop Sappers and Miners and Their Successors. Mining of castle nnd city wnlls or city gates Is as old ns the use of gunpowder lu wnr. and utidcrnilnlns" of wnlls was practiced In war beforu the use of gunpowder. When sapping had bccomosystcinntl7.nl unci generally employed lu oITciisIm- - operations ngalnst fortified positions the military work of sapping nnd mining was combined nnd Instead of being done by peasants or 'civilian" labor was committed to spo-cltroops. These troops became adept In this Important work, and because of the extrn labor Involved nnd the hazard of this duty these, called sappers and miners, were given higher pny than other troops As Berlin Report Give Glowing Account of Russian Defeat at Bukowlna Operations In France and Flanders Are 8mall Affair. Berlin (Special): Tho entire Russian general staff In Ilukowlna has been captured and tho commanding general has committed suicide, according to ilspatches printed In the Buda Pest Dally AzesL According to tho Azest, tho Russians were surprised In tho town of Raudatz nd orders for a hasty retreat were Photo by American Press Association. THOS. A. EDISON What Dreamers Accomplished Have IM up; -The pathway lead on And higher. through the future will Do not stop dreaming. Encourage your visions and believe In them: cherish your dreams and make them By ORISON SWETT MARDEN. real. This thing in us that aspires, that bids us look up, that beckons us (Copyright, JlcClure Newspaper Symllc.tc. j higher. Is . Aspiration is tho "The dreamers live forever, while hand that points us to the road that tho tollers die In a day!" What would runs heavenward As your vision is so havo become of this country, what will your Itfo be. wretched conditions we should now bo living under had It not been for the Recognized Advantages. dream of our forefathers? You will find that Chamberlain's , It was Washington's dream of liberty and Independence that enabled him Cough Remedy has recognized advantto endure the hardships of that cruel ages over most medicines iu use for winter at Valley Forge. It was the coughs and colds. It does not supsamo kind of a dream that supported press cough but loosens and relieves it. Lincoln through those frightful years aids expectoration and opens the seof the Civil war and that enabled tho It Puritans to see a great, n glorious cretions, which enables the system to country where those without Imagina- throw off n cold. It counteracts any tion saw only savages and unbroken tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia It contains no opium or other narforests. front. Tho dreaming capacity Is not n cotic, and may be given a child as ' communiques The official of tho mere phantasy of the brain. It Is the as to an adult l'or sale by all French war office tell of only two opprophesying ability. It Is a faculty of dealers. erations of moment, ono In Lorraine, seeing possibilities, a forecast of what near where the eneis possible to us. Useful Instrument. my occupied the town of Norroy, Tho actualities of today wero tho Samuel and Jake, two negroes," arstrong counter attacks vcalnst which dreams VhIch men laughed at oven 25 ranged a hunting trip, and wero to re being sent, and the other In tho years ago. We are living In realities meet tho next morning at Jake's home, Champagne district, whero the Gertoday which wero once dreams which whence they were to start. Meanwhile, mans have again bombarded Rhelms. people ridiculed. Tho dreamers were Samuel, passing a show window, had 1S14. by American Press Association. In the sector of Rhelms the German i often abused and persecuted and become hypnotized by a pedometer, artillery dlti excellent work for a timo, sometimes thought to bo Insane. Tho which he finally purchased. He was on a number of largo shells falling In locomotive, tho railroad, tho steamtime In the morning, nnd the strange EDISON IS GREETED devRhelms itself and Increasing tho ship, tho telegraph, the ocean cables, apparatus at once caught Jake's eye. astation wrought in the city by previwireless telegraphy, tho automobile, "Whut dat?" he asked, pointing to it ous bombardments. Eventually tho tho flying machine all these wero "Dat," said Samuel, BY th a superior EMPLOYES considered dreams of tho insane by French artillery got tho range of the air, "nm a speedometer.''Yeh? German trenches and forced the enemultitudes of people. Whut's it for?" "Why, dat tell yuh my to slacken his fire. Between the Marconi, the Wright brothers. Pro-- ' how fcr yuh walk In a mile." Lys and the Alsne, near AIx Nunette. fesior Bell, Edison, Morse, and all a small force of Germans attempted Pots In Days Work On 681b the men who have given us our great Eczema spreads rapidlj; itching alto debouch from their trenches, but modern Inventions which have emanwere soon forced to give up all Idea of cipated us from much of the drudgery most drives you mad. For quick reliet, Birthday. an infantry attack. and hard conditions under which our Doan's Ointment is well recommend In addition to trying to drive the forefathers lived, would have been im- ed. .10o at all stores. Germans from Norroy, the French New York (Special): "The only trou- prisoned or hung as witches had they troops are endeavoring to recapture a ble s of up too proposed these things with birthdays Is, A GENERAL SURVEY OF nearby hill on which the enemy had much time; they come thoy take around too fast. a century ago. gained a foothold. It now proves that Take the achievements of dreamers I've got some work to do." ,tpo operations In the vallsy of tho Thomas A. Edison did not exactly out of the world and who would care THE WAR (auch river in Alsace, which was come to live in it? The men who see only thought at first to be extensive, wero bored right out and say that ho was facts, who see only things that actualby tho fact of tho only engagements between outposts. ly exist at any time have not been tho place at va- anniversary of his birth, but when ho world's greatest Artillery duels have taken Tho Russians have retired from East Tho benefactors. made the above response to tho newsrious points. paper men's congratulations, his ex- men who have seen and anticipated Prussia boforo an enorniouj force of pression showed clearly that ho would tho civilization of tho future, the men Germans, the regular forces of GenHow to Prevent Bilious Attacks. rather not bo born at all than celebrate who have seen and anticipated human eral von Francois having been rein"Coming events cast their slmlows birthdays in the sense ordinarily used wants a long time abend theso havo forced by 1(50,000 new men, troops before " This is especially true of by mortals to celebrate theso days. been tho world's benefactors. It is shifted from tho center, reservists and attacks. Your appetite will fail, The inventor put in a full day's work those men who see teeming cities, now recruits. There is no doubt that tho Gorman you will feel dull and languid. If you at his plant In Llewellyn Park, West thriving factories upon the desert, are subject to bilious attacks take three Orange, N. J. Mrs. Edison had direct- when others see only sago brush and forces aru driving directly southeast as If to pierce the Russian center, and of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as ed a highly artistic decoration of tho alkali plains that are tho true clvlllza tlcn builders. It is now operating In Russian territhese symptoms appear ami the attack laboratories In her husband's favorite Tho greatest benefactors of the tory. may be warded olf. For sale by all cqlor scheme, yellow and Green. Heports from threo capitals nUo Department heads woro his favor- vo?!d hdVo been tho seers Into tho fa ucaiers. ite flower, carnation, and nt noon nbout ture: they have been the dreamers of concodo or claim that tho Russian advantage in the Carpathians with Dukla POWDER PLANT PLOT RUMOR G,000 employes wearing anniversary things to come. Civilization itself Is largely tho Pass on tho north hao been maintainbadges with tho date of the Inventor's Guards to Protect Dupont Plant; Fear birth, came to congratulate him. Thou- work of dreamers. Because dreamera ed. In that section for a distance of sands oi congratulatory messages from dreamed wo aro enjoying multitudes of at least sixty miles tho Russians .are It Will Be Blown Up. comforts, luxuries Passaic, N. J. (Special) : Tho action all parts of tho world poured in useful things which and facilities nnd over the mountains and havo a footwo but for of tho E. L. Dupont Do Xemours Pow. throughout tho day. An Informal sup- should havo been deprived them Be- - hold on Hungarian territory. of. An assault by the greatest forco company, employing within the per anl dance featured tho evonlng. dor causo dreamers dreamed wo havo of aerial craft ever assembled for hoslast few days over thirty men honora universities, marvelous educatile purposes made a successful raid bly discharged from tho army, navy tional facilities, vast libraries, masterA Chemist's Discovery. against four cities In Belgium, whero and marlno corps as guards at tho big pieces, which nations envy; In fact, tho Gormans wero believed to bo espowder plant at Haskell, has caused 11. A. Thomas, a retired chemist of our lives aro crowded with things that tablishing submarino stations. Thirty-fou- r rumors of a plot of German spies to Kentucky, like all Kentuckians, kept dreamers havo given us. But for somemachines, both sea plnnea and blow up the works. The Dupont com' body's very pany has a forco of 1,500 men working some tine Horses. IIis neighbors noticed we llvo dream tho bo anland In which uoroplanos, under tho leadership of would still undiscovered Wing Commander Sampson of tho day and night, supposedly on large or that his horses were slick and shiniiiK in wilderness. Tho dreamers tunneled ders for the allies. Sheriff Radcllffo of the Spring before other horses began to our mountains, havo spanned our great British navy, ralnoJ bombs for hours on Bruges, Zeobruggo, Blenkenhergho ox sued. He told them of some nowiWsi rivers, opened our Passaio county swore in thlrty-flrmines of wealth, policemen as special deputies to guard that he fed his horses. He gave them they have mado It possible for us to and O3tond. Tho ndmiralty report of the works shortly after the war com some of it and now B. A. Thomas's travel across continents and across tho attack says that great damage was done in Ostend, whero the railroad stamenced. Stock Remedy is known all over Ken- oceans in portable palaces. tion took lire and probably burned to tucky by horsemen and farmers, who Tho nutomobllo dream which peoplo How To dive Quinine To Children. take pride in horses or cows or sheep, laughed at 25 years ago is now help- tho ground, and In the Gorman military positions In the other Cities, parFEBRILINKU the ing us to solvo tho problem of crowdname given to an ticularly to vossels staImproved Quinine. It Is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas, We sell it on the Money Hack basis. ant to take and does not dliturb the stomach. For sale at Wedding's drug store, ed streets and many other industrial tioned at Zeobrugge. problems. iate ii ana never Know u is Quinine. It is taking the placo of The official Gennan bulletin says Alio eipeclaliy adapted to adults who cannot Cloverport, Ky, horses, making our streets cleaner and that coincident with the arrival of tho take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor "use nervousness nor ringing; in the head. Try our cities more healthful. The kaiser on tho battleflold In East Prusit the next time you need Quinine tor any pur- is ono of the greatest blesssia, tho Russians wero compelled to reiur uriRinni package. The Reports Not Confirmed, name FKDRlUNU is bluwu iu bottle. 25 cents. ings that has como to women in a treat hastily from their positions east Washington (Special): Circumstan long time, for It is taking them out of of tho Mazurlan lakes. The Gormans tial reports wero published FOR JOB demands Japan is said to bore of the tho monotony of their homes, giving captured 20,000 prisoners nnd fifty KORBLY SLATED be making variety on China in tho course of tho negotia themdeepeningof experience, widening guns In addition to other war material. their lives. It 13 revoWileon to Give, Hoosler Important FedIn central Poland, on tho right bank tions how proceeding between theso and eral Position. two governments. No confirmation lutionizing city life by tempting peoplo of tho Vistula, tho Germans aro proseinto tho country. It is adding wonder cuting an offeuslvo and havo captured Washington (Special): Representa- could bo obtained of theso reports from fully to tho health of tho contlned busitho town of Serpedz with several hun tive Charles A. Korbly will be appoint- Peking. ness and professional man. dred prlsouors. ed U- - s responsible federal position in In fact, the automobile dream is Washington before congress adjourns 0110 of tho greatest health Shares Prosperity With Employes. three weeks hence. Ills name will be Notice. promoters, ono of the greatest Joys Declaring Fort Wayne (Spclal): sent to tho senate so that it may bo Persons writing, should always sign and blessings that ever camo to hu that he has mado enough money and iconllrmod boforo tho end of tho reg- that ho desires to show his apprecialar session. The administration Is name. Also give three facts in your manity. Thoro is a divinity In legitimate tion of tho efforts of his employes who ow looklug around for a place for items, name, time and place. "Mis dreaming. Our desires, our longings, aided him In doing It, August E. C. ... him, and the tentative plan is to apSusie Jones called on Mr. Tom Smith" are the prophesies of what life may Bocker, for more than thirty years a point him solllctor for tho treasury de- is not news, 'tis only gossip. The bo, ought to bo. The great thing is to grocer and dry goods merchant here, partment, which pays a salary of Breckenridge News wants news and fashion tho life after the pattern has given his big $5,000 a year. As the ranking memestablishment to his always elaa to receive It from sub shown us In the moment of our high employos. Ono of thorn has been conber of the banking and currency est vision, to make our' highest mo nected with the store since Mr, Bocker Korbly was one of the admin- scribers. ment permanent established It, and none of them has istration's lieutenants In putting tkreugli tte sew basking aaa ourreaoy worked for Mr. Becker (ewer than The golden are onward, not behind; Try Column The pathway through the past has lad twelve year. riven. The Austrian onslaught broke through tho hastily prepared defense Df the Russians. When the commanding general, whoso name Is not known, lay capture wa3 Inevitable, he killed himself. Other members of tho staff then surrendered. It also has been learned here that France will soon lssuo now 5 per cent defenso bonds at 90.50 per cent redeemable at par In 1925. Tho bonds will bo freo from taxation. Vienna reports emphatically deny French reports of riots and dynamiting in Prague. Paris, Fob. 15. Military operations In France and Flanders continue on a minor scale, tho absence of important Bghtlng surprising tho critics, who had expected a resumption of hostilities of a violent nature whllo the Germans and Russians were locked In a desperate struggle on tho eastern Inventor Who Says His Birthdays Come Too Fast. 11 6,000 three-quarter- sixty-eight- bil-io- In stories nnd reports of modern battles the work of the sappers Is often mentioned. "To nap" or "sapping" was mi early way of approaching n strongly fortified position by means of a ditch. It was nlso a very early form of trench work. The fortified post tlons ngalnst which saps were employ ed were the stone wnlls of castles or of cities. When the milking of caunoii had not progressed so fur that solid shot could breach stone wnlls, but when cannon were powerful enough to keep tinned men tit liny or to destroy them. It necessary to make nn approach to the waited position In way which was dlllleult to attack successfully and for which nt that time no way of checkmating had been thought of by A narrow ditch win the defenders. tlits In the direction of the wall to bo assailed. This ditch, which was wide enough for one man to dig In. was sap. the digger supper, nnd called the end of the ditch toward the enemy was the sapdend. As the leading sapper dug forward he protected himself and the snpliead In various ways, usually by pushing screen nliead of him. This screen was of various forms, a bag of sand or a sheet of metal inclined to defied arrows or gun shots. When the snpliead hnd reached tho desired point the ditch would be widened, the excavated earth forming n parapet on each side, and the guns would be brought so close to the wall that they could not bo reached by guns mounted on the wall, fur In the times lu which these conditions prevailed walls were high and cannon crude and they could not be sulliclently depressed to reach an enemy nt the foot of the wall. Sapping was usually dotie by peasants Impressed or hired for that service, because soldiers In the armies of tho middle ages were more skillful with weapons than with tools and the work of digging trenches was beneath their dignity, while It nlso savored of a disinclination to close with the enemy, even though that enemy was behind stone walls with cannon -- cannon at which men armed with modern weapons would smile, but which Iu their day were weapons of great effect. Yniihaii. the great military engineer, .refined sapping and brought It Into a system by which any fortified place could be approached, reached, mined nnd breached. These saps after awhile were dug in l nuiiibei of ways. .Many forms of the approach trench were devised. Uncovered trenches were cut forward, deflected nt right tingles mid then cut forward to he again deflected further nlong, each of ibcse deflections from the straight course of the trench forming a transverse for the protection of the trench. Some trenches were roofed Iu Willi timber and earth as they were cut forward, thus forming a bombproof covered way. Some saps were cut or dug In the fashion of a tunnel, the surface of the earth not bclug disturbed at all, Double saps or numerous parallel saps were dug close ' up to the position to he attacked be-en11 11 11 11 by other duties were put upon these troops erection of field fortifications, erection of many forms of obstacles to Impede nn aggressive enemy and bold him under fire nt a known range, destruction of bridges, construction of bridges, demolition of buildings nnd mnny other things. Gradually the sappers nnd miners' duties became greatly enlarged and refined, nnd In many armies they enme to be called engineers. In all armies every soldier today does work that formerly fell to the laboring and hard working snpers. Every soldier today knows how to handle n pick and spade ns well as to shoot it rifle, pistol, magazine gun or cannon. All Roldlers now dig trenches, gun pits nnd the like, but construction work, requiring higher technical training. Is done oy the engineers, successors to the sappers of old. In many kinds of construe-lio- n the engineers may be aided by troops of other branches and by civilians, hired or Impressed -- Washington the years and the centuries went Star. An Old Story. Subbubs inrrlvlng hoinei Well, dear, anything new happened todny? Mrs. Subbubs The cook's gone. Subbubs 1 nsked yon If there was nnythlng new happened. Boston Transcript. The world Is a beautiful book, but of little use to him who cannot rend It Soldonl. 40c. and 50c. Eggs. If your hens would only lay when Why shouldn't they? eggs wcie high. The hen that lni, s has a Some hens do healthy pink tongue and gills Those not laying are pale iu the gills, their tongue or palate has a whitish look. What's the matter? What's the matter with you when jour tongue is white? llilious? That's just what ails the hen. Statt her liver and see her get busy. It. A. Thomas Poultry Powder is guaranteed to start her liver ami to start the eggs, l'or sale by Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky, Notice. Card of thanks, memorials nnd obituaries are charged lor at the rate of 5 csnts per line. Ten cents extra for headline. John D. Babrage, The day of harsh physics People want is gone. mild, easy laxatives. Dean's Regulcts have satisfied thousands. ','."e at all drug stores. Kokomo Factories Busy. Kokomo (Spclal): "Tho Kokomo Steel nnd Wire Company Is now employing tho maximum force of 1,200 payroll Satmen. The urday will total 27.000. The Pittsburg Plato Glass Company Is building a new $200,000 addition to plant So. S, located here. semi-monthl- Read the Little Want Ads. e The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. Wc are in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price wc get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen floating axle, moliair top and leather upholstery, Warner transmission and steering gear, d drive, expanding brakes, 110 -- inch wiicelhasc, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transmission case, full tauip' 34 has an Allen 37 horsepower en-- trade-mar- k mine-sweepin- g gine, Weston Mott auto-mobl- lo -- mint of lit Uric tight! and ilietrit llarltr. The lvclslit of the enr Is 2.KJU which, with the uowerof the motnr.insuics economy or oerutloii. We build (It other models, three roadsters nd two lourlnf ears, renglotf In prlee from N75 ia $1395. com-Kltte- e, Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjeoeat West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire Stat ol Kentucky Kenton Motors Co. n&SMST Dealers t Write or wire fer ageacy propotitioa In ltylt,finiih, ftwtr, tttntmy if ifiralim, iqu'ifmmt, qualilifi and frici, Alltn tart tail Iht itaj iirvitiahlt the "Want" ALEXANDER'S GREAT WHITE SALE! I I I Another Bargain Added It is our Roasted Coffee, 2 pounds for 25c. Other I bargains are going like hot cakes. First in, First served Don't Forget Irvlnjjton, Kentucky ii is iiuw in run oid9i CITIZJTS DEMAND A gift of $10,000 to the fund for rebuilding tho Christian Church Bible chair hall nt Bloomlngton, Ind., has Just been made by Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Glasscock of Kingman, Fountain I THE IRVINGTON NEWS AND BUSY STORE, : Irvington, Ky. OUR BRIEF DISPATCHES Rear Admiral the Hon. Victor A. county. Elwood, Ind., is facing tho most seMontague of the English navy, is dead. CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The new $33,000 gymnaMum school rious epidemic of pneumonia in it3 history. Every physician in the city is UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT There are few items which appear building at Sullivan, Ind., Is now oc- working night and day taking care of Honors in the Graduating in this paper more important to Clover cupied. the many cases, and more are appearArticles Energy 10c will buy Mrs. Florence Gates, widow of Class of the Louisville High pori people than the statement pub late Charle3 G. Gates, was married the ing daily. A number of deaths have 3S5 EGOS to Is lished below. In the first place, it occurred. 410 Mrloln BEEF. School Many Personals. from a citizen of Cloverport and can be Harold Lee .Tudd at Minneapolis. 443 Twenty-onMUTTON, Ick workers were trapped General Fermin Caudene3, who sign- and 1030 thoroughly relied upon. In the second MlfK drowned in tho South Wellington ed the capitulation of Manila to the 1030 l'ORK, lolo mino of the Pacific Coast Coal comLEAGUE AND CHURCH SOCIALS place, it indisputably proves that American forces In 1S98, Is dead. 1117 BREAKFAST FOODS pany when a blast broke through Into Doan's Kidney Pills do their work CHEESE Ui Elwood, Ind., police have notified the the old workings of tho Southflelil thoroughly and not temporarily. Read 13(13 BUTTER tobacco dealers of that place not to mine, which was abandoned about I. G Lawrence, of Uenlerson, spent this carefully: RICE :K3 sell cigarettes to women or girls. twenty years ago. Z!)30 Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. 15. Head POTATOES J. II Strong, farmer, Cloverport, Lester H. Kennedy, president of the 3N0 BE.VXS. drl;d . The People's Trust company at aud baby, of Ky , says: "I hau trouble from weak Mrs. Johnnie Iloskins KIO Mound Cnty Butterine company, St. WHEAT FLOUR r.len Dean, have been Kuests of Mr. kidneys, together with pains across the Louis, has been Indicted for coloring Brookvllle, Ind., has been organized with the following directors: Herman Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities small of my Lack and through my oleomargarine. and Mrs. Walker Brown. Walters. P. W. Wright, M. P. Hubbard. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills Harry K. Thaw has been permanent- Casper nitze, Frank J. Gels, J. B. KidMrs. Adelie Conniff spent Thursday sides. One p:und of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far highly recommended in the papers, I ly lodged In the Tombs jail, New York, ney, Charles Stln;;er, Jeff Hamilton, in Louisville. 20c to 25c tier pound. Order as two pounds of meat got a box. They quickly cured me until Feb. 23, when ho will be tried on II. M. Stoops. Will Hale and family have moved to g Snow Drift. Hub White or Extra Fancy and in return, I hignly recommend the charge of conspiracy. Hour from Mary, the daughter of Henderson. During tho Ia3t fortnight live Ger- Mrs. Bessie Hurst of Rochester, Ind., them." your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Mr. and Mrs. Henry YeaKer returned Price .0c, at all dealers. Don't man steamers have disappeared in tho died two hours after having four to Cli.vertmrt Saturday after a visit simply ask for a kidney remedy get Baltic sea with all their crews. They tablets containing arsenic, eaten as a left Mrs. Ed McAfee. with Mr. and tonic for her Doan's Kidney Pills the same that were lost by striking mines. brother. Hardlnsburg Mill and Elevator Go,, Kardinsburg, Ky. The Australian government an- The little girl took tho medicine from Leslie loses, of Fordsville, was the Mr. Strong had. n Co nounces a plan for the organization of a cabinet, thinking it wns candy. House. week end Kuest at the Cain Props , Buffalo, N Y. half a million men to be used in the j Tho floor in the city court in tho June Payne, of Chicago, arrived Sat European war with Germany. partly condemned Mtincio (Inl.) city unlay night for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Quite a number of the ladies of the The American Thread company, at building sank a few inches when a Moorman Ditto spent Sunday nt Glen Mrs. Tom O Marshall and Mr. A. Methodist Missionary Society, together Wlllimantic, Conn., announces that chain used as a floor support snapped, Dean the guest of friends. Payne, of Bewleyville. - A trial was in progress and about 100 2,."00 employes at their facmore Attention Fishermen! some who are not members, met tory than Pictures from The Tray O' Hearts will go to work cn full time. The fiirls Hiuh School at Louisville with persons in the room were thrown into shown at the moving picture show in social gathering at the home of Mrs. A new policy of working county Jail a Bmail panic. Tho trial was re3umcd are presented a nay scene on last Tliursday every Saturday night. evening when the 4s girl graduates and Jonas Lyons last Tuesday afternoon prisoners on streets and alleys instead on a lower floor. Ship us your Fresh Fish, Miss Ida Kennedy, of McQuady, :15 boys from Manual and High School No special program had been prepared. of permitting them to loaf in Jail in Ttlry rlnma rrl m. As a means of giving work to tho Turf.Ioa , nnrl I.p.lc is to be put Into practice at employed gathered for their closing exercises and but after the singing of America the in South Bend, the city spent Saturday and Sunday with her e aiso receive iriiccs. Evansville, Ind. school board has decided to raze a five- - parents, Mr. and Mrs. lames Kennedy. diplomas. The huge chapel was prettime was pleasantly and profitably spent Poultry and Eggs. Agents of the department of labor story brick building, which for years tily decorated with colors of all three Mrs. John P. Haswell's friends will in reading and talking over plans tor will with local atithotities ! served the city as a high school. The be sorry to know Address The girls were beautifully classes. that she is not so well. according to the year's work. Delightful refresh in the agricultural states in finding structure is near tho new high school Mrs. Haswell always looks on the gowned in cotton dresses meuts were served. The next business employment for several hundred thou,-- ' building, which wao completed last n class ruling. They each carried bright side and thinks that she will be j year, and was built more than a half sand men on farms. was the class llower. meeting will he held at the home of the roses which better in a few days. West End Fish Market president, Mrs. J. M. Herndon, on Feb Alter nearinc ine testimony 01 mreo , Irvington is justly proud of the fact that Miss Clara and brother, witnesses, who discussed tho influence ruary 2!l. Elizt l'iggott received thi first Miss 1613 West Market St. of tho Rockefeller foundation, the fedFor croup or sore throat, use Dr. Victor Henning, have returned from a Miss Angie Gibson is visiting friecds eral commission on industrial condihonors in her class, having an average Thomas Eclectic Oil. Two sizes, 25c visit to their sister in Louisville. At the beautiful banquet In Louisville. of 06 !)S Louisville, Ky. tions adjourned until March. and 50c. At all drug stores. Miss Eula Mattingly has returned to which was held at the Watterson Hotel The chamber of commerce at TipMr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft and fam her home in Kirk after a visit to her Miss l'iggotl's lojit was to Mr. Keid, ily spent the week end with Mr. and ton, Ind., passed resolutions Indorsing aunt, Mrs. Belle Smith. the railroad bill now pending in tho the priccipal of the school. Mrs. Jake Cowley, Sand Hill. HARDINSBURG Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith and chilHARNED legislature to increase the passenger The Junior Mission Band held their Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Kirk enter rate from 2 to 2V6 cents a mile. dren, have been visiting her brother, meeting at the church Sunday monthly tained Saturday evening with a Valen .Mrs. Sallie Shackletc has returned to Willie Potts down on the pike. Mortally wounded by a pistol shot, a afternoon with a good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hawes have tine party for the members of the High Japanese foreman In Utah used tho her home after a visit to her sister, Parents of the town, why not visit moved to the farm near Madrid. as dele- School. Mrs. Nora Board was elected The decorations were in red last of his strength to set a torpedo Mrs. Gus Brown. your school and see for yourselves what gate to represent their club at the dis- and white and the favors aud refresh- on the tracks of the Salt Lake road to R. T. Coomes has gone to Louisville Teachers Miss Clara Heston is at home from your children nre doing? trict meeting of Woman's Clubs which ments in hearts and cupids. prevent a wreck. Tho man died. to work at the carpenters' trade. words of encouragement. Go visit by Mrs. Margaret will be conducted Thirty-fou- r miner3 wcro killed in a Cloverport where she has teen for a need J. M. Comas was in Louisville last A Valentine entertainment was given them and help them. It does not make Chamberlain at Elizabethtown. gas explosion in a Pennsylvania shaft. visit to her aunt, Mrs, Oelze. at the home of Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan I'our men were rescued and 142 esany difference how hard the teachers Wednesday, Miss Margaret Connilf had for her Mrs. Allen Edeleu arrived from Bur-giMiss Bessie B. Weatherford visited Monday afternoon for the benefit of the caped from the mine. All victims I'rlday night for a visit to her work they can not do it all, they need guest Sunday Miss Emma Johnson, of ' relatives at Garfield Sunday. Baptist church. Coffee and sandwiches were of foreign birth or negroes. your help and Fordsville. father, B. F. Beard, who is very- ill at were served. Miss Ellen Mingus has been the guest Ono hundred of the leading farmers X M. D. Beard. Harold Smith and sister, Miss Annie the home of his son, Win. Lewis, who was injured in the of Bartholomew county, Indiana, ore Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson enterMildred Smith, spent Saturday and of Mrs. H. DN Basham at Garfield. wreck Tuesday evening, was able to be 1 Miss Mary Elizabeth Walker enterFloyd Quiggins, of Madrid, is here attained at cards Saturday evening in forming a co operative grain company, out in towu Saturday. which will build a $10,000 grain eleva- tained Thursday evening in hono,' of Sunday at Henslev with their parents, tending school. honor of Miss Emma Johnson, of FordsMrs. Hawkins Smith. tor at St. Louis Crossing. Each farm- her thirteenth birthday. A number of Mr. and R. L. Lyons, Dr. W. B. Taylor, Lon Delightful refreshments were er Is taking a $100 ville. Mrs. Day, of McQuady, visited. Mrs, share of stock. Miss Louise Moorman was the week Cowley and Mrs. Julius Sippel were in her schoolmates were present. A most served. Austria officially denies Its now for- delightful evening was spent. Miss end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Webster last week. Louisville last week. Mrs. Virgil Ames, of West View, who The School League was busy at the eign minister, Baron von Iiurian, 13 Walker was the recipient of a number D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean. The G. V. C. Club and their escorts preparing plans for peace, is very ill, is not expected to live. entertained to a last meeting with plans for future work. Germany and Austria nre but assort of presents, were delightfully Rnv. S. K. Hunt filled his pulpit at still detcr Albert Tucker lost a fine horse last chafing dish luncheon at the home of The Committee on Improvement is mined to win the European war Bob Robertson, ot Glen Dean, was the M. E. church Sunday morning and working to secure funds for Improveweek. Miss Sue Bandy Tuesday evening. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. V, Rob evening. ment of the interior of the building. A Misses Annie and Lula Comas, of LoGoshen bakers have announced dis- ertson last week, Miss Elizabeth Crider has returned Mrs. Tom Withers is still confined to committee has been appointed to arcontinuance of loaves of bread from Glen Dean. Judge William Ahl, of Louisville, has her home, She has had the grip for a cust Hill, are visiting Gustava and Josie range an entertainment for the purpose until further notice on account of Alexander. the returned to his home after a visit to his Miss Lottie Bandy spent the week of securing larger funds. weeks. high cost of flour. t loaves will daughters, Mrs. G. D. Beard and Mrs. number of Miss Klsa Matthews was in Louisville end with Mrs. Cecil Shaln at Guston. Some of our good citizens are glad to bo sold without an advance In price. W.J. Piggott, of Irvington, was in last week. H. C. Murray, Harry Helt, of Walters, Okla., has drop into Woman's Suffrage Headquar Tho record of Lake county, Indiana, town last week attending court. Shelby Tucker is real sick with the Prof. Andrew Driskell, of Fordsville, moved his family here. They have ters at 4 10 Fourth Avenue for a nice was broken when 27,000 parcels of Editor John D. Babbage, of Clover measles was the week end guest of his family. rooms with Mrs. Richard Sipes. five o'clock tea and social hour when in real estate were placed on sale for port, comes to town every Monday. See delinquent taxes at Crown Point, the He reports his Normal still growing. R. V. Mattingly went to McDauiels Mrs. D. C. Heron has returned from Louisville on shopping or pleasure bent, county seat. Tho properties sold aro subscribe for the best Saturday an business. Miss Katie Eskridge, who teaches him and renew or Louisville, having attended the comlargely in Gary. Tho buying was good. music in Fordsville, was the guest of county paper in Kentucky. Dow Mercer and Miss Rea Butler A voluntary petition In bankruptcy mencement at the Girls High bchool Caret Old C:r::, oilier ReaeCles Won't Cure Mrs, Addie Eskridge, Sat Attorney John P. Haswe'll, of Louis were uiarried 111 Louisville last week. long standing, was The worfct cases, no matter of bow filed with Deputy United States her mother, Thursday evening. are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. urday and Sunday. ville, Ui here intending court. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves Commissioner Wartmann by the OutJohn Jolly is ill with typhoid fevsr. 1'aui aud Heals at the same time. 25c, tOc, (L00. night at the City Hall let Cloak and Suit shop of Evansville, Next Monday Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Miss Mary Nevitt was the guest at a Ind., of whl "h Joseph Levy is manager. the school play will be given. These It Pays to advertise in The Your druggist will refund money U PAZO Assets are put at $125 and liabilities young people deserve a good audieuce. OINTMENT talis to cure any case o( Itching, Valentine party at Miss Lelia Stewart's Blind, Bleedlngor Protruding ritcsln6toI4dayi. Try a Want Ad Today. $2,107. Breckenridge News. at Webster Kr'day. Let everybody go to hear them. The first application gives Ijase and Rest. Nc, e co-tiSelf-Risind eight-year-ol- d Foster-Milbur4 J n Ten-cen- SOCIAL NOTES Fully Complied With A Clover-por- t Resident Furnished It. Miss Eliza Piggott Wins Firs WHEAT FLOUR 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 99 Now is the time to take LEX'S COLD TABLETS and cure diat cold in one night 1