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BEAUTIFUL TEA OUGHTS OF PYTHIAS IL aiven On Washington's Birthday In Compliment to the Baptist nisslonary Society. Oelze's Hall Largest At the Prank ' Attendance In History of the English home of Mr. and Mrs.given in ii beautiful tea was compliment to the Baptist Missionary L4ft Plenty of Music and Fine Menu SHORT ADDRESSES MADE. Society Monday afternoon. The house was attractively decorated In accord ance to ihe day. The large white columns at the porch entrance wire wrapped in red, while and blue bunting. The pallors were aglow with flags, and fresh tulips and hyacinths gave a touch of spring to the appointments. Mr. Forrest Dryden Weathet-ho- lt and Miss Mary Owen Oelze, costumed, as George and Martha Washington, recelvtu more than one huudred and fifty guests, while Miss Elizabeth Sklllman presided tit the punch bowl. A delicious luncheon was served and the life of the Washington was the During the topic of entertainment. afternoon $25.60, In cash offerings, was received for the work of the Society Those who assisted Mrs. English on the reception and entertainment com mittees were as follows: Mrs. Thos. Tousey, Mrs S. P. Conrad, Mrs. Frank Mattlngly, Mrs. Frank Payne, Mrs. Phillip Kramer, Mrs. Chas. Lightfoot, Mrs. J. Proctor Kekh. MUs Stella Weatherholt, Mrs. Chas. Hamby and Mrs. Thoi. Odewalt. A in The annual banquet of the Knights of Pythias was given at Oelze's Hall Thursday night and it was worth liv I tig the whole year for an invitation. Everybody enjoyed themselves more 'than on any previous occasion. E. Prof. - mem oy caning lor taixs irom me rcev. O. Cottrell and the Rev. W. C. Frank. They economized with their ' words and the guests were soon invited to the tables. A menu of splendid soup, sandwiches, .t i j bicaiu auu iiuu .iviv. uiLKiea. was svrvcu hi auuuuautv. jusi biic would have satisfied many starving Belgians. To the members absent, baskets generously rilled were sent and no one was forgotten. The cakes, with which the wives and daughters of the Knights of Pythias 'are making a fine reputation, were there by the dozens again this year. They were delicious and covered with anow white Icing. ..t left-ove- Popular Convention. which was enjoyed by all. Miss Anna Edmondson and Mr Owen Berry gave several music selections that have won the favor of the public ear. A number of young men belong to the K. P. lodge and their active Interest keeps up a large and faithful membership. The lodges does unbounded charity, supports orphan homes and Its increasing its financial benefits is power and popularity throughout the United States. Gets $10,000. A young ladytonographer in r. .nil la n I'M run nivsturv nt The Million Dollur Mvstorv nnd eceived $10,000. Jones, the but- I . , ' um . . Mrs. Head Dies. Mrs, Fannin Head died of neu- iiwt'iu ui nil) ueuri mat luesuuv morning in Otvonsboro. She whs - Of all the conventions held in the State none attract more attention among educated and thinking people than the meeting of the Kentucky Kducatioual Association, which this year meets in Louisville April The Secretary of the K. K. A says that the program is the best ever. Every phase of school work is covered; departmental meetings are given great prominence in order that practical problems of teaching may get full discussion. Besides, speakers of prominence will ad!" dress the meeting. For this occasion the railroads will make a very low round triji rate with liberal return limits; therefore, all superintendents, teachers, and those interested in educational matters should make a special effort to attend the meeting of this year. Information as to railroad fares, dates and limits, can he obtained from the nearest agent or E. M. WOMACK, Assistant General Passenger Agent. I.., II. & St. L. Ry., Louisville, Ky. 2ist-24th Qualifies As Executor. .The Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co. qualified in the County Court as the executor of Lon Jarho.e, deceased Mr. Woolfolk III. The business of Pete Sheeran Bros. & V (Mr. and Mrs'. George Woolfolk, of Co., Kirlf, will be conducted in the fu - the North,, and Mrs. Mary E. Clarkson, ture under the same firm name, with Ul JA.ll IV. ' E President Wilson, in an address at the Chamber of Commerce of the United ' Action Against J. B. Fritz is Dis- States, Washington, D. C, urged the business men of tho nation to find a way to missed by the Court in o thev attain their Special Term of Fiscal Court at share of foreign trade. He said that Misnot u plow must be idle If America is Breckenridge Association Hardinsiurg For the Upbuildto feed the world as the shortage grows Clover-po- rt sionary Conference Id the case of Sarah K. Cunningham and that the land must yield more, and ing of Good Roads. forty-fivBaptist Church Friday, and about other depositors of that the Government is ready to give the Two States Bank, of Stephensport, scientific counsel. The trick that will March 26 Dr. Cree, of AtMAY ASK FOR STATE AID. which failed in March, 1911, against J. do the work is forced plant feedin- gB. Fritz and the Hardlnsburg Bank and cramming making fertile soils still lanta Coming. The citizens of Breckenridge county, Trust Company, assignee for the Two more fertile. It can be done at a big who are fnterested in good roads, and States Bank, Judge Kirby yesterday profit the first season. FINE WORKERS TO COME. We not only need more land under the Improving and upbuilding of roads dismissed the petition of the plaintiffs. It was charged by the plaintiffs that the plow we need more intensive cul in Breckenridge county, are all corAn Association to Association camdially invited and urged to attend a Fritz owned twenty shares of stock tivating nnd fertilizing of that which is paign Is now on In Kentucky special called term of the Fiscal Court valued at $1,000 In the Two States plowed. ated In by the State, Home, and Forin Hardlnsburg on Bank at the time it failed and that he at the court-hous- e Successful at Pine Bluff. eign Mission Hoards. was liable under the double liability act y It began Friday, February 20th. and will continue until April Several weeks ago E. W. Freeman At this meeting the advisability and to depositors for the double amount of 3, giving one day to an Association. In his answer Fritz declated member cf the firm of Newman feasibility of asking for State aid to the his stock building of public roads in this county he sold his stock in the bank for $1,250 treeuiau, puolishers of the Pine UlulT A similar meeting was held last year at will be discussed and considered. The on January 2, lOll, two months before Dally Commercial of Arkansas, was at Irvlngton, which was well attended and from which much good resulted. law and regulations uud the conditions the fallute of the bank, to John S Hawesvllle visiting his mother. Since Mr. Freeman's return home The conference will be held Friday. imposed on our Fiscal Court In order to Adair, an executive official of the bankthat Adair absconded The Breckenridge News has received a March L'l!, beginning at n o'clock and secure and receive the benefits of Stat It developed aid will be fully discussed and ex about the time the bank failed and that copy of The Commercial, which Is continue through the afternoon. The Clovcrport church will be glad to enhe had failed to transfer Fritz's stock published in the afternoon with plained at this meeting. Mr, tertain all who will come and are as most every one knows, we are on the books, although the certificates special edition on Saturday. now required to pay an additional five were found, Judge Klrbv held the Freeman has made a remarkable sue anxious to make the meeting a success and have every church, Sunday school cents on the one hundred dollars worth transaction valid, and says that the cess with his newspaper. of taxable property for the purpose of fact that Fritz had $1,800 on deposit in Clarence Sterrett, formerly, of and Woman's Missionary Society reu- creating a State ruad fund. Each coun the bank when It failed was sufficient Hawesvllle, has been at Pine Bluff for resented. It is expected that each pastor, each ty is entitled to secure its proportionate evidence of his faith in Adair and the some time on this newspaper, but ex member of the Mission Board, each pects to return to Kentucky soon. part of said fund, provided it can meet bank. Louisville Herald. Sunday school superintendent or other the conditions imposed by the law and representative, and a representative Loose Leaf Sales the department. So come out and let Judge McKenzie Moss from each W. M. U , including the As- us see if we cannot arrange to meet This Week 85,000 Pounds. sociation otllcers, will be present. Candidate For Reelection. said conditions and receive the benefits The W M. U. conference will be that we are entitled to from this fund. LTiees ranged from .$l.o0 to in the primary room, beginning held at 2 Kespectlully yours, I Iurdiiishurr, Ky., Feb. 22. $10.20. Quality very poor. o'clock, and will be in charge of Mrs. D. D. DOWELL. (Special.) We notice by the pa Next sale, Tue-daMarch 2. Kate Coleman Hinkle, the CorrespondJudge Breckenridge County. pers thut .Indue McKenzie Mos?, ing secretary of Kentucky. The reD- IN MEMMORIAM. of Howling Green, is a candidate reseutatives of the Sunday schools and Announcement. churches will meet in the main assemfor re election as Circuit Judge in bly room To the Republicans of Breckinridge the 8th Judicial District. It A good woman was called homo the day. at it and continue throuch County: when the dcatli angel entered the seems curtain tlmt lie will hitvc no The leaders of this conference will I am a candidate for Representative home of Mr. Win. Duwell and took subject to the action of the Republican opposition on tie part of tho Re- from h i tn his aged and loved mother, a be Dr. Cree, Enlistment Secretary of party tn the August primay, IOI5. If publicans for the nomination and ;raud Christian woman passed beyond the Home Mission Hoard, Atlanta, my principles in such an undertaking it i probable- that he will have Mrs. Nancy Dowell was hum Jn Ga.: Kev. O. J. Colo. do not merit approval, I shall not be none on the part of the Demo Hreckcnridge county, Ky , April 2 Worker for Kentucky, and Rev. J. H. Benson, a returned missionary. offended by repudiation. On the other crats for re election in November. 1S2S She died February 3, 19l."), liv of tho topics to be considered Some lng to the ripe old age of Mi years and are: hand, if you favor mv views, which 1 The bar and citizens of this er. months. She was converted when Missionary Day In the Sunday School. believe you will, there is no human soul county remember Judge Moss she was t" years old ar.it lived a con Church to Church Campaign, Bible that could appreciare It more than I. Plan of Church Finance. Enlistment 1 favor the following: very kindly and favorably, as he sistent Christian until her death. (I) Anti-liqu(2) Legisla many years Work, as Combining churches, build laws. Altnougtt sullertng lor leld one term of court here as tion retrespective as well as progres Special Judge, and rendered such with bodily afflictions, her strong mind ing parsonages, locating resident pasnever seemed to weaken and she was, tors, and related matters will be dis stve. 131 legislation tor the masses rather than certain individuals. (.)) genera! satisfaction to the bar and therefore, a bright and Interesting cussed by the representatives of the conversationalist, ever advising and churches. A greater Kentucky, (o) Appropriate litigants and created such a favorOf course this conference can not lsglslation to amend some of the de able impression, that he is a gen-or- consoling those about her. She showed fects in the present system ot education. favorite in this county. His unbounded patience and fortitude dur take any action that shall be binding upon any local church, (6) A law providing for better roads many friends hero hopo that ho ing all her affliction, and was often problems can be discussed. but these with 1:0 advance io taxis, fur I brlieve If there heard to say, "God Is not going to was a resident pastor at Irvington, I am only waiting that if apptoprialions weru oirefully may be returned and make me suffer without opposition, 011 his splen for thf Master to ca I me home." Hardlnsburg and Glen Dean, it would did record mid will coiiirratulalc Mrs. Dowell was a dally illlile reader greatly strengthen the work of the AsLet the churches take him and his district, if he should as long as file Hail strength to rend sociation. notice and Judge Jloss has frequently She wasa woman of unbounded Industry make their those indicated in the call io. plans to come. been mentioned as an availablo Republican candidate for Gov Capt. Ford Dead. 600D ROADS ' DID NOTOWN STOCK Not a Plow Must Be Idle. mm FRIDOARCH 26 e co-op- er Keb-ruar- ."1 y, or al St the, bedside of .Judge S. P. .folk, who is critically ill. Wool- - representing the estate of Mr. Jarboe, deceased ernor. TRAIN NOTES. NKIbIIIVv m I' You must have heard about millions of dollars for live stock owners god-stn- SAL-VE- T, great worm destroyer and conditioner d to worni'lnftcted live slock how it has stoppsd th lossta from worms and furnlihsd Iht formers a wtipon tht has no equal with which to fight live stock diseases. Now you can buy ll from our dealer whoa nam I given below, on an absolute guarantee to do all claimed for It, or money back. On such terms you can't afford to be without Tie how it has proved a how it has saved the cVmI frays poMMwe Thm CrM 4IMT STMsV ContHUwr a. m i mines. Auiu.tw- - v.. Aft.ru.lne SAL-VEI Una It the tiMfitUW to a good .lock rt mtdvi Ul Hi tiendlnctt to ben ma mt la.i inai 11 1. nitiDi lor all Hindi of nock, 3rd III low co t. Am very wtu pitaica wun us rt.uiis. Vou can't afford to run the risk of loss to let your stock suffer from worms to let the worms tat up your feed and proAts.when you can get this wonderful rem-m- ir on aucb 0 cuarinttt. Let us show you what It baa done for olh.n; bow It will par You can both time and ft tight tbarftt whin you buy at borne. ypj to lod ' T watched and fewer offices created that Kentucky could have better roads with the same tax rate. (") Enonomy in appropriations, and (8) Justice In all measures. Fellow Republicans and gentlemen who expect to affiliate wth the party principles In the future, If you favor the foregoing statements, you favor a young man who was btought up among the hills and rocks of Breckenridge county, Kentucky, on the farm, who has felt the keen punch of the plow handles in his ribs, and one who thinks he knows the problems of the farm. For the last seven years I have been engaged in a work that is God's And I wish to thank the people of the district in which I have taught for the support given me while with them, I remain grateful for any favor from the people in the future. Logan HIckerson, Hardlnsburg. R. No. 2 Feb. 22, IOI5. own-teaching. on Flour, Meal and Feed same as last week Illness at Tar Springs. Gabrilla Pate is sick at this writing. Pete liallman's family have the Mrs. measles, Mrs. Mary Newman is very ill at this writing. Dr. McDonald is the attending physician. McQUADY MILLING CO. Mr. and Mrs. Obio Lyons nnd C. G. Nimmo, Custer, went to Louisvillo Monday with tobacco. Dr. H. W. Meador and JJ. II. Springuto, Custer, were in liar dinsburg Monday to attend the High School entertainment. The little three.year-olchild of Air. and Mrs. Granville Colo, of Hudson, was burned to death last week whilo playing in the. lire. S. A. Davis, Harncd, shipped 0 cases of eggs to New York City Saturday. Byron Cook wont to Fordsvillo Monday with his sister, Miss lora, who will enter Prof. Dris- koll's Normal School. A. J. Dye, deputy sheriff, took a young boy to the Feoblo Minded nstituto at Loxington last week. Judeo Charles Mattingly and Mrs. Mattingly, of Hardlnsburg, were- visiting Koso French at Mystic last week. James Jarboe, of Owensboro, was a passenger on tho train Monday for Louisville. Amos Board, who lias been confined to his homo for several months, was out Monday. He is improving slowly. Iloscoo Eskridgo is improving from art attack of rheumatism and will soon be able to attend to business. d Captain'Salem U. Ford died Friday morning in Owensboro at the home of his Urey Woodson. He was past seventy-nin- e yuars of age. Captain wife died in ISSq His living children are: Mrs. J. D. Kennady, of Chicago; Arthur Y Ford, of Louisville; Mrs. Urey Wood son, of Owensboro, and Mrs. Stewatt Starling, of Henderson. All of them, except Mrs. Kennady, were with him when he died. son-in-la- Homes Wanted For Little Citizens at Once. Two hundred and thirteen children. ranging In ages from a month to sixteen years, are waiting at the Kentucky Children's Home for some one to ove and care for them. Out in the State are a great many more children waiting to come to our Receiving Home. So by taking a child from us Into your family, you arc doing a double kinuness a kind ness to the child you take luto your own family, to love and to he loved in return, and a kindness to the little unfortunates, without a home, waiting to come to us. If you are interested In the childien ot our State, kindly write to the Kt Children's Home Society, UMi Ilaxter Ave., Louisville, Ky and the superintendent will be more than glad to take the matter up with you." MRS. NANCY DOWKM, and energy. She was a good neighbor, and was ever ready o lend a helping hand la a time of need. The funeral services were conducted Sample in the of her several years ago. Besides a host of friends and relatives, site leaves three, daughters and one son to mourn her death. They are: Wm. Dowell, Union Star, Ky.; Mrf, K, L, Uashatn, Sunnyside, Kans.; Mrs. Leon Atklsson, Dives, K:tns.; Mrs. (5. W l'a.vne, Stephensport, Ky. At the time of her death, Mrs Howell was a member of the New IJeth'l Uaptltt church. We who loved her do not grieve for her as having no hope, for we too well know that her peace Is sure, lllessed are they that die In the Lord, "Yea the Lord sltteth, aa King forever: the Lord will give strength to his people; the Lord will bless His people with peace." RACHEL WITT LAY, Stepheniport, Ky. by Rev, Harvey Kngllsh at the church, and the burial was Sample graveyard by the side husband, who passed away Mrs. Nicholas III. Mrs, Robert Nlcholus, who I:, verj ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony S. Nicholas, does not Improve and is sii t under the care of Mrs. Emery. She hus been confined to her bed for sev eral weeks and everything possible N being done to make her last days swrvt and comfdrtable. GARFIELD NEWS AND Durbin-Dowell Effect of Great Kidney Remedy is Soon Realized. feel it my duty to let you know what ot did for me. I was both ered with my back tor over twenty years and ht times I could hardly get' out of bed, I read your advertisement Used and decided to try Swamp-Roo- t, five bottles, and it has been five years since I used It, and I have never been bothered a day since I took the last bottle of it. I am thoroughly convinced cured that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t me and would recommend it to others suffering as I did. My husband was troubled with kid- end bladder troubles and he took your Swamp-Roo- t and it cured him. This was about five years ago. You may publish this letter if you Very truly yours, choose. MRS. MATTIE CAMF1ELD, Gobleville, Mich R. F. D. No. a, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th of July, 1009. Arvin W. Myers, Notary Public, for Van Duren Co., Mich, I Swamp-Ro- ITEMS PERSONAL NOTES Marriage Ken- mm Mrs. Arms, of West View, Dies Thursday Many Personal Notes of Interest. Little Maxlne Aldrldge Is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs D. Aldrldge, of Mook. Dr. J. A. Ulggers, of West Viewj was here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Brulngton are re ceivlng congratulations on the arrival of a baby boy February 14, 1QI5, Olen FARM SUPPLIES Wo handlo only thoso lines You run no risk in buying your Farm Implements of us. Years of successful business and hundreds and hundreds of satisfied users have placed them at the top. Wc arc headquarter:) for all kinds of Farm Implements. nedy Sale Well Attended-M- rs. Board Improving. FARMERS GLAD that have liccn tried nnd have proven their merits. OF SPRING. Miss Lottie Macy is in Bonniville (or a three months visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry Carman. James Harrison was In Louisville last week visiting relatives and selling his tobacco. Most all the farmers in this neighborhood have been taking advantage of the spring like weather to begin plowing and some have nearly finished breaking for corn. Hen Dowell, near Hensly, and Loyd Cox, of llardlnsburg, have traded property, and each one has moved into their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins Smith and ions, Franklin and Victor Smith, and Walter llrown, from Woodrow, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory Sunday. Mrs. I. H. Richardson and sons, Morris and Ralph, were in Louisville last week. Miss Mary Uurbin and Mr. Dowell, from near Hawesville, were married at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Uurbin, Wednesday. Miss Nell Sprlngate spent the week end with Miss Anna Mildred Smith at Hensley. Harry Kennedy's sale Saturday was well attended and things brought fairly good prices. Mr. Kennedy will leave next week for Kansas to make his home with his s'ster, Mrs. Tom Meador. We are glad to know that Mrs. Coral Hoard is improving, and her phyilcian thinks she will soon be able to return home. Mrs. Ola Harrison, Misses Kill Dowell and Pearl Utile Mattingly weie guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Lonnie lWe Monday. Mrs. .Minnie McCoy, of Harned, vis ited Mrs. V. W. Smith last week and Friday she and Mrs. Smith were guests of Mrs. Kil Triplett. Miss Myra Hruner.of MiQuady, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hruner. Mr.v Jesse Hruner and baby were guests .f Mr. and Mis. Tommie Pool BLOUNT STEEL PLOWS Olnghimton.N. Dr. Kilmer & Co. Y. Swamp-Roo- Letters to Edward Ilruington. Mildred, the infant of Mr. and Mrs Homer Alexander, has been quite sick but is Improving. O. E. Floyd, of Olivett, III., was hers last week on business. Robt. Weatherford has returned home after a short visit to his brother, A. M. Weatherford, of Sunny Dale. Miss Nancy Brulngton was the pleas ant guest of Misses Gertrude and Jocie Alexander last Sunday. Miss Alberta Driskell was the guest of Mrs. M. H. Norton one day last week. Proie What t Will Do For You week selling tobacco. John Alexander was in Louisville last Have stood the test of years ami varied uses in all kinds of soil. They are made to do Belter work and easier. It's a pleasure to use Blount. Blount's Royal Beauty in wood beam, Blount's True Blue in wood and steel beam in 10, 12 and 14 inch cuts. For Chill Plows, the Vulcan Is Unsurpassed. You will find your ideal in this plow. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulnghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Ureckenridge News. t Regular and size bottles tor sale at all.drug stores. fifty-cenone-doll- TRAINING FOR LONGEVITY. Sunday. Mrs. Hawkins .Smith was in Irving ton Monday visiting relatives and shop ping. Mesdames I. H. Richardson, Virgil Smith, J. A. Sindb.ich and Chailie Uirnes were guests of Mrs. Cora 1'iiest Monday. Miss Jncie Lyons, from near Custer, is here the guet of her sister, Mrs. Ova Gray How To Give Quinine To Children. name give n to an rnnRII.iNKIsllie trade-mar- The Mental Attitude Is as Important as Bodily Vigor. A few years ago young man "died of old age' In n New Vork hospital' After tin ntitopsy the surgeons said that while tin- - youth was In reality only twenty-threyears old he was internally eighty. It Is the aged mind that frequently makes the body old. "Keep growing or die" Is nature's motto, motto written nil over everything In the universe. There must bo n constant activity In the mind that would not nge, and the body Is but the expression of the mind. There is no doubt that as n nice we shorten our lives very materially through our false thinking, our bad living and our old ttge convictions. Dr. MetrhnlUoiT of the Pasteur Institute In Purls says that men should live at least 120 years. Yet it Is only In rare Instance today that n man reaches even the century marl;. Making n business of prolonging life and still retaining as much as possible of Its vigor, freshness and buoyancy ought to be a prime object, especially after ope hits passed fifty. While prop or care of the body Is absolutely cssen tlal for the attainment of this object, the mental Influence far transcends all others The attitude of the tnlntl has everything to do with hastening or re tardlng the degenerative processes Inci dent to ones declining years. It Is an established fact that the body follows the thought. Is shaped by the mental convictions, emotions, moods. Orison Swett Marden In Nautilus. 11 e 11 Horn, to the wife of Jeff Butler Sun day, February U, a boy. Miss Maye l'lle has returned from a visit to her cousin, Miss Anna Pile, of Locust Hill. Miss Gertrude Alexander was the guest of Miss Lufa Carman, of Locust Hill, last week. Mrs. Arch Weatherford entertained the ladies of the B. W. M. S. at her home Saturday to a splendid dinner, and in the afternoon they had the business metting. A very pleasant and profitable day was spent by them. They will meet with Mrs. II. B. Moorman on Saturday before the first Sunday it March. Every one is cordially invited Two of the children of Mrs. Morton Basham are very sick with typhoid te ver. Mrs. Virgil Arms, of West View, died Thursdav. The remains were laid to rest at the New Hope burying ground Mrs. Bud Butler and children, of West View, visited her father and mother, Rev. and Mrs. Felix Roberts, of Falls of Rough, last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Norton visited relatives at West View Saturday. Vic Pile, of Hardinsburg, spent Sun day with his .sister at .Mook. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mattingly and sons spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. J K. Robinson Sunday. THE CASE DISC HARROW The Drag Bar ahvars keep the discs in place. The particular curve is what holds the discs in the ground no matter at what angle the levers are set. Another distinctive . I. Case Feature. Is unsurpassed for quality of work, lightness of draft, ease to handle and is the only implement to properly prepare the soil with, and when the soil is properly prepared the crop is half cultivated. 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I have always given it to my children when suffering from croup, and it has never failed to give them prompt relief " For sale bv all dealers. We are also headquarters for all kinds of hardware, such as Hoes, Rakes, Saws, Axes, Trace Chains, Leather Goods, Hinges, Hole Diggers, Shovels, Plow Points and Bolts. FIELD SEEDS OF QUALITY Make sure of a crop by using the best seed. B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG, :- -. KENTUCKY Glen Dean News. Glen Moorman was n Louisville last week to see Mrs. Moorman who has re cently undergone an operation. Mr, Moorman says she is getting along nicely. Mrs. J. C. Mattingly has returned home from Aurora, III., from a delight ful visit to her daughter and son, Miss Johnnie Moorman and Dr. Harry Moor man. Pubic Sale at public sale at my farm known as the Ferd McGhee farm, 3 miles from on I will offer Irv-ingt- on, 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. build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 has an Allen 37 horsepower en-gi- Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Iilood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Tarfork News. Ed Jackson was in Fordsville Tues day on business. Owen Seaton delivered his tobacco crop at Fordsville Monday. Mr. Sea' ton's tobacco sold for $8, $1 and $1 per Thursday, February 25, 1915 Trie following property: Wc Factory Rcprocntatlret for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. 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In itylt, finish, power, economy if opt ration, equipment, Itrviceable qualities and price, Allen can tall tin liad floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warner transmission and steering gear, left-han- d drive, 1 expand' ing brakes, 110 -- inch ulieelliase, demountable rims, aluminum crank rase and aluminum trans-miskicase, full tquip- Weston -- Mott hundred. Eli lackson and Ed Brown burned I5O foot tobacco bed this week. E. W. Brown was in Cloverport Sat urdav on business. Make Your Own Healing edy at Home. Rem- - Buy n 50c. bottle of Farris Healing Remedy, add to it a pint of , Linseed Oil to makt a 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 Mealing 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. lly so doing you have $2 00 worth for 50c. For sale at Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. Corn; Hay; Etc. DAVE HENRY, 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 F Read the Little Want I Ads. Auctioneer W. H. GIBSON TOBACCO GROWERS YOUR HEALTH WEBSTER NEWS AND , At WANTEDJKARCH 2 Don't Endanger it With CHEERSJOR CHERRY People Coming and Hard Times Around Going-N- the Tobacco Growers Meeting Should at Lexington-Farm- ers Meet Here and Elect Calomel. o Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? Webster-Wh- eat IMPORTANT MEETING SURE. , asked The Edward Oglesby ha Breckenridge News to call nttentlon to the Growers meeting nt Lexington March 2. Mr. Oglesby says the farm ers of this community should come to Cloverport Saturday and elect a delegate to the meeting. Luclen Heckner, secretary of the growers organization makes the following call to the farmers: Lexington, Ky., Feb. tO, lgi5. To the Tobacco Grower: Are you rsady In your county for the March 2nd meeting in Lexington? Have you picked your bebtmen for delegates? If not, get busy: the time is short and the occasion important. If we can not organize, it means that we must stop growing tobacco or give some one else all the profits. Twenty-od- d of the forty counties in the district are organizedl The plan to be adopted must be so simple that everyone can understand the business. The law will not permit of pooling and commingling The identity nt pvprv rmn will have to be main i j j tained, so that a grower can look at his crop and know how it graded and sold, and how he should be settled with. These are conditions that the law compels. Can you be afraid of a plan that is bound by these condition? Article-- , of .incorporation It U generally agreed by experts In Never Looked Better-Fi- ne this country and Europo that calomel very violent effect on the system. his a Cattle Raised. Thl accounts for the familiar disagreeable feeling accompaning a dose, and OTHER PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS the weakened condition following it. Is a harmless vege-tabl- e compound, that is a mild but efThree cheers for Cherry. fective substitute for calomel. It has Wheat never looked better at this all the effectiveness, but not the effect, Its (.plendld value has season of the year. of calomel. Farmers are burning plantbeds, sowbrought it iuto such wide use that in some states It has almost entirely re- ing oats and plowing for corn regard-les- a of the war. placed calomel. once, and II. C. Stewart made a business trip Just try you'll never use calomel again. Insist to Louisville Tuesday, on the genuine, bearing the likeness Mrs. Amy Hall, of Henderson, Is vis and signature of L. K Grlgsby, which iting Mrs. Georgia Claj comb and other U guaranteed to give satisfaction or relatives litre money refunded. For sale by Kinche-loe'- s Mrs. Rebecca McGary, of Louisville, Pharmacy. Is spending several weeks with her sis ter, Mrs Henderson. Little Dolly Kathtrine Kendall is re:.l PREMIER SALANDRA sick at this writing. Thus. McGnvock. of Cloverport. vis Italian Statesman Who iled his children, Hugh McGavock and Speaks of Italy's Destiny. Mrs. J. R. Bandy here Sunday. X AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Car of Chickens Ducks 1 Live Poultry Wanted! de- Will pay the following CASH Prices or better for poultry livered to car at the below places. hati gone to Illinois. George Dut-chMr. and Airs. J. C. Crutcher are expected home trom Florida this week. Ur. Hendrick has been sick the past week, but Is better now. Mr. ami Mrs. T. H. Henderson mid Miss Alta St. Clair are planning a trip to California, Washington and Cunada y Turkeys Geese 8c: Guineas 20C each Irvington Monday and Tuesday March Jj 0C: Roosters 6C: Car Will be a! 1 m D. and 2. A. Beard & Ashcraft. Agent have been ' prepared for you to discuss and amend if need be at the Lexington meeting The plan proposed is an which no man can aiford to miss hear ing if he proposes to raise an acre of tobacco. It has succeeded everywhere else it has been tried. The only weak Wacs in it is our unity If we are to eether. we win: if not. we lose. The fellow or county that stays out is a trust helper; the fellow and county that comes in is a tobacco grower's friend. Which'are you? Yours for the Cause, Lucien Beckner, Secretary of the Growers' Organization. this sprlug. H. II. Xoiton. the cattle king, has TO head of nice l,!IP0 pound steers feeding. Mr. Norton is spending some tustlcss nights these foot and mouth distase times. We liktd vour editorial on "Hilly Sunday r.ud the Rest of Us." It takes our minds off war and wheat and foot , and mouth disease, at least, for.-- time. Let us have some more like it. Karl Payne has a sawmill set on his farm. Is going to build a fine barn and otherwise improve the place. Hardinsburg. Wednesday, March 3, Glen Dean, Thurs. and Friday, Mar. B. F. Co.. Agents 4 and 5, H. Wilson & Co., Agents liring in your poultry and get the CASH. We will positively pay the above prices or better, so don't be misled. Bring your poultry to the car! 0 Wholesale Produce Dealers S. M0SC0WITZ & CO.. Hie EvanSVille. Ind. DC non o D noi ac nor: annnvBaHHHBBBBaaaDMnnaB premier SALAHPRA STRATEGYJN WAR Retreats to Lure the Enemy From I GINKS CHEER JUDGE The oat market SEED OATS! BUY NOW! fact I GARY, STEEL MAGNATE His Base of Supplies. If your hens would only lay when Why shouldn't they? eggs weie high. Some hens do. The hen that lays has a KNOWN AS FABIAN TACTICS. healthy pink tongue and gills Those Bows and Smiles at Hoboes at We keep the No. 2 Northern White Oats in new, even weight, 5 bu., branded bags laying are pale in the gills, their not by tongue or palate has a whitish look. Methods That Have Been Used Hotel Oe Gink Alfalfa Horse and Mule Feed and Sucrene for cows Warriors Since Long Before the What's the matter? What's the matter your tongue is white? George Washington Cheapest feed you can feed now with you when Christian Era Bilious? That's lust what ails tue nen. Was Called the American Fabius. New York (Special): A monogram-me- d limousine stopped at Center and Start her liver and see her get busy. B. After the great war in Europe lutd Anything in The Hay, Oats, Corn, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran, in footman A.Thomas Poultry Powder is guaran Worth streets, a summer of 101-H. broken loose lu the teed to start her liver and to start the swung back the door, and Judge E. first and the allies fell back from their Feed Line, Coal and Brick eggs. For sale by Wedding's drug Gary, executive head of the billion line In northern Fiance to tho Mtirne it dollar steel corporation, stepped forth good deal was said und written of "Fastore, Cloverport, Ky. and climbed the winding staircase that bian tactics," and when the Germans Cuinb. Phone Office Depot. Ask us for Prices and Yiu will Save Money. leads to the office of the Hotel Do fell back from the lino of tho Muruo Bankruptcy Petition. Oink. This wbb Judce Gary's final more was said of "Far tour of to tho Aisne In this country wheu S. Dejarnette, of Hawesville, on stopping place atter a Jas. bian tactics." for & :: Saturday filed in the local Federal the places the city has providedan tno Wnshlugtuii und tho heroic Continental hour, army fell back before tho English lu unemployed to earn 10 cents Clerk's office his petition in bank- for five hours a day. superior force and of superior. equipruptcy, seeking discharge from his obThis is Judge Gary," Jeff Davis told ligations. Total liabilities are placed tho clnks nresent. "The iudse and I ment and perhaps superior discipline. hi tactics were called "Fabian." In at $1,862. Other small accounts are have visited one another, and now ho fact General George Washington was a particularly shrewd or "foxy" na of $612. Assets has come to see you." listed to the amount called and by historical writers is still ture. In this connection It has been consist of farm, furniture and farm The man from 17 Broadway smlieu referred to as "the American Fabius." said that Napoleon employed "Fabian and bowed to the line-up- . It Is probably true that niauy Amer- tactics" with brilliant success at and "I am very elad to be a guest at tho icans long parted from their school Tho combined Austrian LOUISVILLE, KY. Corn Old ::r:, Otbw Remedies Won't Con Hotel Do Gink," ho told them. "I am books have forgotten about Fabius, Russian armies greatly extended their of how long Handing, pleased that you appreciate what has even though whenever an army makes linn In nn effort to turn the right The worst case", no matter are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. been done for you, little as it is. I an orderly retreat for tho purpose of flank of the French army and cut his Porter'- - Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relicTei Opposite Union anyone feel that gaining It seemed as though time or reaching a moro favor-nbl- communications. fain and Ueals at the same time. S5c, 00c, $1.00. would not like to have this world offers no opportunity tor fluently of this move would succeed, for Napoleon position they speak without seriHas Postoffice at Big Spring. them."urged them to make this a start "Fabian tactics." It is a phrase that permitted It to develop suddenly conHe ous resistance. Then he comes trippingly off the tongue. Mrs. LUlie May Scott has been re- In life for them. The guests gave him Fabius, as might easily be guessed centrated his whole strength at the Ho center, with tho exception of n portion appointed postmistress at Big Spring. three cheers, and he shook hands with from his name, was a Ilouiau. European Jeff, and was whirled off to the offices commanded is very efficient in her work. the legions of Homo of Bernadotto's corps, which ho left to She of the steel corporation. powers of Carthago 200 deal with tho Austrian turning force, against tho years before the Christian era. Tho and burst through tho line, destroying , Advantages. Recognized tactics which camo to bo called after ouo wing of tho Austrian army as It Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers Nice Line of employed cen- retreated. You will find that Chamberlain's Fabius were no doubt Historians of Homo deal at considturies before Homo was bom. Fabian Cough Remedy has recognized advanttactics without doubt have been used erable length with a- family called the ages over most medicines in use for over since bodies of men made war. Fabll. It Is narrated that this ancient It does not coughs and colds. but It . may be that Fabius so refined , nnd renowned family undertook the . it..,. !. Itoman territory a cough but loosens and relieves it. or sysicnjuuzcu .1 it. tuusu ium It Id duty of defending by the Velentlnes against Incursions It aids expectoration and opens the se Just nud worthy they bear his name. a purpose established cretions, which enables the system to Fabius In 217 U. C. stood opposite and for thisnlaco on tho Cremara river. nt n off a cold. It counteracts any to the hosts or hordes of Carthaginthrow Tho Fabll wero drawn Into ambush tendency of a cold to result in pneumo. ians under the brilliant leadership of Fabius and wero nil killed. The date of that nia It contains no opium or other nar- nannlbal. In battlo beforo supremo event Is given ns 11. C. 477. Maxlmus was called to tho cotic, and may be given a child as OFFICH TRIiNT & WAM.S MVKRV STAllI.li A lmv nf tho family Fab I Had ueeti troops In tho as to an adult I'or sale by all commaud of tho Koman left In Itomo, and ho became tho secHeld tho Carthaginians had been vicfamily. Fabius dealers. Fine Canned Goods, Fabius, profiting by what ond founder of tho laurels and his torious. won DISKASKS. PKKPAKKl) TO TKKAT ALL ANIMAL predecessors In com- Exlmus, who KITOlldills had befallen his I'lllltc Will-- . W(1S Kiilira 111 till Her State of Mind. mand, nvolded a pitched battlo In tho Flour and other GIVEN TO CALLS AT ALL HOURS. SPECIAL ATTENTION Sugar, descended from that boy, and there Attorne- y- Vim inn ut him for breach open and retreated, lighting us ho fell was ruinous nieniuer or uie of promise, iimdiim. hut It seems to me back, holding oft tho enemy with familyanother name was Fabius IMctor, whoso Substantiate in the that It's preposterous to claim 'JOO,000 what nro now described ns rear guard who wrote n history of Homo and who DR. R. P. KUNNECK, V. M. D. Drawing tho enemy farther damages Fair Client-- 1 wunt to get actions. Is often referred to as tho earliest ItoHAKDIXSIIUKO, KI5XTUCKY so heavy it judgment against hlni Unit and farther from base or tho sources man historian. Washington Star. Best Grades and he'll Just have to nutrr.v me the of supplies, wearying their troops Tribune. moro than he wearied his own nnd In a Quandary. delaying a battle until ho reached Prices Reasonable Iti-e- r seems," said he. regarding Simple Arithmetic. ground where his position would glvo tho unfortunate with scientific Interest, "How do, you account for the pass- hlni n great advantage a position chills Highest Cash Price Paid For tho "that tho nttneks of fever and you ing of the after dinner speaker'-- " against superior numbers-whe- ro appear on alternate days. Do Country Produce A good loss In men und morale of tho assail"Ou business principles. thlnk-- ls It your opinion Hint they talker enn get enough money for u lec- ants must be great nnd whero at have, so to speak, decreased lu vio...PERMANENT... Your Trade Solicited ture to buy his own dinner and then tho proper moment tho counterstroko lence. If I may uso that word?" could bo delivered with high promise have some casb left Tho patient smiled feebly. "Doc," of success, tho tactics of Fabius won. said he. "on fever days my head's so Star. ways tho phniso "Fabian In somo aguo days I Us hot I can't think, and on It la a mtatake to set up our own tactics" bas been diverted from nnd shako so 1 can't hold an oplnlou."-N- ow Alwuys In office durlDK InlBttM, Ky. Office Hours: f Jjfir'gft"- -. significance ufllce bourn original and proper standard of right and wrong and York Globe. Glen Dean, Ky. everybody to conform to It la made to comprehend anytactlcs of d five-hou- 40c. and 50c. Eggs. is going higher every day keeping company with wheat. have bought a limited amount early. Offer good prices We HEST0N, WHITWORTH CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. Aus-terllt- z. Victoria Hotel Station o Rate $1.00 Bath $1.50 f GROCERIES! Meat Lard sup-pre- ss im-iii-- them-Kolvn- Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon ly at o DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST over."-Vashlng- -ton J. A. Matthews ax-pa- Jf 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGb. Lecture On The War By Irvin S. Cobb In Louisville THIS "PRUDENT" YOUNG Editor and Publisher HIS ffUmTAND BECAME A PARTNER IN THE BUSINESS. MAN BANKED Issued iSvory Wednesday. Many tickets of fifty cents, one dolsold successfully lar and a dollar-fiftIn Louisville Wednesday to those who went with sympathetic hearts and In tcrestcd minds to hear the lecture on the war by Irvin S. Cobb at Macaulcy's theater that afternoon and nleht. Mr. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for ench additional Cobb was in the war zone early last fall for the Saturday Evening Pest, insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rato of ffc talks like he writes and looks like his picture. 10 cents per line. One may wonder hat humor could CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. Mr. Cobb described a depot which had been turned into a hospital. The roof had been blown oil, but the doctors and nurses worked on between the walls OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money be seen in a war, how people could in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. notify us. If it is not correct please NOT, I THINK SO- -I AM SURE. William Berol, "the mnn with the marvelous memory," is in Brooklyn 5,000 students to think. When they have completed a couic in the Berol system, no moro will the 6,000 say, I think so, 1 gucs so, I am almost sure, and all other expressions of uncertainty will be dropped from daily use. Be certain or say nothing. Berol's teaching shows that one should never try to remember anything he can reason out. Do not develop the memory, but develop the brain and remember with your reason, your ability to compare nnd contrast, to weigh, to judge and to understand. Tho definition of memory given by a lad was the thing which you forget with. By cultivating your mind with remembering interesting facts and stories you can forget your disappointments, tho mistakes nnd faults of others. How useful is tho aged man, who remembers dates, and facts of importance How pleasant is the person who remembers How dependable U tho young the humorous side of experiences. person who can trust his memory. A man who is proud of being almost seventy remembers only one hymn, but that is his great pleasure. Whenever his worries keep him from sleep, to himself he repeats that one song until he is lost in perfect slumber. WHAT IS BEHIND HIS EYES. In a recent address in W ashinqton President Wilson hud the following helpful words to say about performance, contracts and promises that come up in the daily experiences of men: "We do not judge a merchant by his written contract. We judge him by Hs character; that is the best guaiantee of that contract, and we do not willingly enter into contractual relations with him unless we have got the moral bond that we know exists in his integrity. After all, your linal test is a spiritual test, whether you want to use that handsome word or not. You are judging tho spirit of the man, what, is behind hi- eyes, what is implied in his words, what is illustrated in his conduct. "I have long ago received with amiability, I hope, the professions of all sorts and conditions of men, but after I have heard their nrofcs.-ion- s I wait naticntlv to sec their performance and I do not pas my judgment until that performance." - MONEY IN ROSE SLIPS. Everybody who loves and grows roses will be interested to know there is nionc' in rose slips. At Lcwisport there lives a woman who mukes a comfortable living, selling rose slips and rose bushes. She finds health, profit and lovely friends in her occupation; work in the open air produces the first and work, untiringly, brings the other assets. Growing llowers to sell or give away is compensating. It is not early now to plan tho rose garden for this spring and summer. Many planted sweet-pea- s last week and there is promise of an abundance of llowers for Cloverport this coming season. Hyacinths and tulips are being cultivated for early spring, and some special plants arc being for Easter offerings. MRS. CONRAD WORTH A MILLION. The only woman ever elected president of a association is Mrs. Jennie M. Conrad, of Conrad, Ind. She has recently been made president of the American Spotted Poland China Record Association. This cflicient farm woman is the owner and operator of 5,000 ucrcs of line farm land in Northern Indianu and is reported to be worth a million. There are several women of the agricultural calling in Breckenridge county who huve been very successful in livestock. Perhaps tho attainments of Mrs. Conrad will encourage them. live-stock laui;h nt a lecture on the destruction of human life and valuable property for the Iojs of both breaks the chord of happiness, There N no funny side to this war, yet Mr. Cobb kept away many tears by immediate humorous remarks. He tells nothing about the Germans to brine laughter, nothing amusing of the French, not a smiling thought of the IJelgiar.s was expressed. All his memories were those of horror, distress, ridiculous elTortand waste to fight and win battles for what? He had to pick up his fun under the stars and stripes, tie came back home for glimpses of humor to punctuate his lecture. He told his own funny personal experiences and some of the funniest negro stories ever brought from the south, Brings Buck Message. Aside from the mercenary attrac tions which he acknowledged as he happily thought of the crowd that fell in line at the ticket office, Mr. Cobb feels his duty is to tell the message he brought home from the war. The substance of it is his II rm belief that the United States should be better prepared for war and should have military training in the public schools. There are many who agreed with Mr. Cobb and have before advanced the same thought In regard to Uncle Sam's mil itary euuipment. But there are h few who believe that the more a nation prepares for war the closer the people get to it. No Hatred In the Battlefields. While the cities of the war zone look as if many million gallons of gasoline had been poured over them and followed by of flaming match es, there is no hatred in the battle fields. The men who are firing tre mendous guns of war are not doing it w'th hatred. They operate tbein as men fire an engine and chop wood The enemy is never seen ia many battle fields. Huge guns are fired with no aim, the bullets and cannons are fired to hit where they will. A soldier said to Mr. Cobb, "How can I hate a man I have never seen and whom I may never expect to see?" The burning of homes and crops are lighted as one would light a lamp in the day time without need or cause. Mr. Cobb made it very Implicit that not one hundredth of the stories of brutality sent to the newspapers were true While men lie dead by the millions, soldiers suffering by the thousands, women are homeless and children starving, there is no contempt and willful meanness among the warriors themselves. They are kind to each other even in war. At the Hospitals. The sisters, the nuns and the women of France are caring for the soldiers. hay-stac- with no protection over head. At night Mr. Cobb saw them, these patient servants of the Injured, lie down and fall asleep on straw soaked with blood from the wounds of thousands of soldiers brought there daily. A little Frenchman lost both limbs to his knees and when he was coming from the anesthetic the doctor leaned over to comfort him, but he was a soldier at heart and held up his hands. "Oh, it could have been worse," he mumbled, "i am a tailor." The wounded In tho English hospitals arc cared for by princesses, countesses and "countesses eventually," said Mr. Cobb. Flowers, luxury and kindness are almost killing the soldier patients there. Mr. Cobb spoke of a rich young English woman who inquired affectionally of her patient, ''How are you now?" The soldier, lying on a snow white bed amongroses, answered: "f am sorry to say I think there will be no hopes of my getting well unless you quit washing my face, you have washed it five times today." The Marvelous Equipment. Mr. Cobb told of the marvelous war equipment. Only a writer for the Scientific American could describe this war machinery. In the moving pictures, given with Mr. Cobb's lecture, the war trains were shown which carried in a wonderful way the fire arms. Mr. Cobb did not speak of the war as it is at sea, neither did the films show pictures of the war vessels. Looked to America. At Louvain, Belgium, Mr. Cobb visited a monastery. The two priests who greeted him were grief stricken over the ravages of the war. In the greater faith they asked if America would not come to aid little Belgium. "Yours is a kind, good country, cannot you help us? Our people have always lived plain, peaceful lives. They work all day and their evenings and nights are spent at home." The war correspondent' could give them no answer, having no authority to speak for his country in this way. Later when Mr. Cobb returned and, passing through Louvain, all he could see of the monastry were its ashes. The priests, who had pleaded for their people, had been driven by flames from tne place they loved so well. Will Not Return. Mr. Cobb concluded his talk on the war by answering questions which many in the audience asked with eagerness. Alt tried to speak at once, but a fellow up in the gallery called out In a loud voice: "Mr. Cobb, do you think you will go back to the war?" "Not as long as Mrs. Cobb expresses her dislike in that direction," he answered quickly. "I am too much like an old darkey who took his bride to Within three the country to live. days the bride-groowas seen coming back with a load of furniture. "Nigger, what's you moving her in this hore town for," asked his friend of color. "Well, I tells you. Me hasn't been married but three days, but me has learned what me wife don't like, I just naturally hates." Dome of the Rock. m 1 Such a thing as "not having a chance'' is all BOSH Every man has a chance if he will only TAKE the chance. Older men with lots of MONEY are looking for younger men with a little money whom they would like to take into PARTNERSHIP. Nothing can hold down a man with GHARAGTER and money. BANKING your money will build your character. Do it and have BOTH. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG l & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. HITCH But before UP AND (Joiner so, TAKE A DRIVE call in at the D. M. Jones Saddlery comand see how easy it is to get good work and save money. W. G. Hicks, the most expert cutter utid builder of Saddles ana Harness in tho middle West, is in charge of tho cutWe ting and making department. Our work is Hand-mnde- . make and carry in stock everything usually kept in a first-clas- s pany's custom saddlery houie. Repairing neatly and correctly done. We Also do Shoe Repairing While You Wait D. M. JONES SADDLERY Manager COMPANY Fordsville, Ky. Located b tween Hale's Jewolr) Store and nines' Department Store MKE WILSON, Breckenridge News and The Louisville Daily Herald Both One Year $3.00 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. ' Cherries and little hatchets were worn in honor of tho birthday anniversary of George Washington. Many beautiful flags wore hung out tho windows and on tho porches of patriotic citizens. The post office and banks were closed and Cloverport expressed, in a general way, tribute to tho Father of Our Country. Gardeners who want some government seed may call at our office and help themselves. Theso were sent by Senator Johnson M. Camden. As ho has paid us for his advertising in good cash, we really appreciate tho seed. tho All records for an exposition first day attendance were broken at international exposition with 225,000 admissions First day admission at St. Louis fair was 176,000. Panama-Pacifi- c "I did not raise my boy to bo a soldier.'" Latest song. Ho is tho vory boy who runs olf to war. A soldier stays at homo and tights tho every day battles of life. Our friend, Frunk Peyton, says ho is a better man than Washington. Mr. Washington could not tell a lie, but Mr. Peyton can und won't. old-youn- g Tho Republic of Franco has doubled tho ration of wino sorved to lis soldiers. iNo wonder tho war gets woiso. If you want to keep a girl happy, give her a few pretty clothe: and a little trip now and then. tho homo merchants want to keep spring trade snouia aavertiso at home. If at homo, they Bonjamino Franklin says: ins tuat enjoys it." "Wealth is not his that has it, but News Want Ads. are Little Winners The name "Dome nr the ltock" la one that has been tmifrrrtMl on the Code of Honor by Which Their Treat- celebrated mosque f Omar, nt .Jerument Is Governed. salem. It stands uu Mount Mnruih In ancient times prisoners of war on the site once occupied liy Hie tern were killed unless, of course, the bel- pic of Solomon. Immediately under ligerents found it more profitable to its dome an Irregular shaped moU proexchange or liberate them for ransom. jects above the pavement. This rook But today nations are bound to one an- was the scene of many Scriptural other by a code of honor wulch forbids events and has been greatly revered Inhuman treatment of prisoners. for ages by Jews and Mohammedans. Prisoners aro subjected to no punishment in any form. Neither must Tools, Not Toys. they be placed in a convict prison, alFUmmer Met Umson downtown tothough they may bo detained In a day. He'd Just bought a tin hum. a fortress, camp or town. A reasonable triangle, some blocks, a rattle box. supply of nourishment must be provid- some sleigh bells and a popgun. I ed them by their captors, and they are know be had n baby. Flamxon regarded as being in the power of the didn't hasn't He's a vaudeville trap He government of tho capt'or and not undrummer. Those things arc part nt der the control of those who actually bis outfit Puck. capturo them. All personal belongings remain In the They Were Not. custody of tho prisoner, but arms, A young clergyman, small of stature, horses and military papers' can be conpreaching as a candidate in a certain fiscated, these constituting booty. place one Sabbath, peering over the Governments can put their prisoners pulpit Bible, announced as his text: of war to work, but only such work as Is I. Bo not nfruld." accords with the prisoner's rauk mid "It capacity; also tho work must not bo Arab Horse Test. excessive or relato to military mutters, A good horse, ncrordlng to an Arab and In all cases must tho labor be paid test. Is one that ean xtand perfectly for. drinking legs prisoner always lives In hope ot erect upon bis pool. when A from a shallow being exchanged for a prisoner of his own government The exchange is ef As we grow less young the aged fected In accordance with agreements. In which time, place nnd method of ex- grow less old. Bacon. change are fully dctulled. This is genHolland's Wateritaat. erally that of strict equivalents, man Holland has a department of state, for man, rauk for rank, disability fur with a cublnet minister at tho head of disability. An olllcer can obtain a greater free- it. for her "waterstaat," an untransdom of movement or certain privileges latable word, which means practically whllo being a prisoner of war if he the state of all waters from the field makes out a parole, a written or verbal drain In the polders to tho Rhine at promise. An olliccr giving his parole winter level. They aro all linked up In pledges bis honor to refrain from n par- one scheme In an office at The nague. London Express. ticular course of conduct, and if he makes a breach of this guarantee he is Good deeds ring clear through Bear. liable to the extreme penalty. PearPaul Richter. m like a bell-Je- an son's Weekly. PRISONERS OF WAR. Write your wants BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. Silver of Quality and Beauty Unquestioned durability and exauisitedesicrn b 1 O the highest ideals in plated ware are assured in spoons, ioiks, and fancy serving pieces bearing the renowned trade mark 1847 ROGERS BROS. There are various makes of d tableware which are claimed to be "just as good," but, like all imitations, they lack the beauty and wearing quality identified with the original and genuine 1847 ROGERS BROS, ware.populatlyknown as "Silver Plate that Wears. " Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL,1 showing all designs. btonutiMil Star Co., .,0.svs?s&.oo., Merita, Cm. silver-plate- Wh Brackenrldge News. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, 1915 arrlved'Frlday night to spend several days at the Cloverport Hotel on busi- Announcements ness. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gregory and Eafrtred at the Post Offllce at GloYorport, Ky son, Francis Lcc, are In the city visit as second cla matter. ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs Tom Bohler. tHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Barred Plymouth Kock eggs, laying ADVERTISING BY THE strain. Now booking orders for future Mrs. delivery. Apply for prices. ' T IME TO HINK ABOUT GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS Frank English. Mrs. Carl Dounurd, Mrs. Hen Hldgc- way and son. James franklin Kiuge-way- , returned homo last Wednesday from Henderson. Miss Martha Miller left Saturday for Cruger, Miss., to visit Mrs. Light-foo- : Miller, who is returning- home from Hawesvllle Mrs. Ed Morris and Mrs. Frank Hlnscy, of this city, spent last Tues day the gursts of Mrs. James Tierney at her country home. S. A. Allen, of Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, was hi town Saturday to subscribe for The Breckenrldge News for his friend, W. K. McClellan, of are authorized to announce H. W. l!0?W()ltTli as a candidate f.ir (lovernor of Kentucky, subject to the net Ion of tlm l)r imrmlc I'urty. August l'rltn.try, V urn authorized to announce A.O. STANLEY a rnrdldiitn ror (lovernor or itpwuucy ii sunjcel tot lie action of tho llstnocriitn Tarty iwigun iTinmry. We arc authorized to nnnounce We Right Off The Reel Ladies' Bungalow Aprons lTEJ FOR POLITICAL For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices f 3.50 $ 6.00 lb. 00 10 10 st Concrete Work and the man that does It and guarantees perfect satisfaction is II. 11. CIIE1IIEV as a candidate for (loverrnr of Kentucky, subject to the action of tho lleiuocrallc I'artv iugnu rrumiry. V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW., Proceedings hi RanKruptcy Instituted for Anyone 25c Up Uo-to-Da- For State and District Offices.... For Calls, per line For Cards, per Hue For All Publications In the inter-eof individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Dr. Jesse Baucum 1 Made Stylish and Cheaper than can be made at home te t Change of Train Schedule on Axtel. The L, H. & St. L. Effective February No. 142 W Hi Telephone Permanent 56-- J Dentist Cloverport, Ky. 13, 1915. EAST HOUND 9slS A. M. will leavn Clovcrport .I0:1U A. M. Arriving Irvlngtnn ... 12:10 I'. J . Arrlvln Loulvllle. .. - 4 w2 I. M. No. lit will leavo Cloverport Tt'.iii 1. M. Avvlvlnt. ffvlnfTtntl Arriving Louisville .... .... 7:40 1'. M. .. 5:07 A. M. 140 will leave Clovcrport. No. 5:j1 A. M Arriving Irvlngton ..... -- .. . WEST BOUND will leave Clovcrport. 12:W J . M. Arriving Owcnsboro ! ! .... Arriving Henderson. . Arriving Eviinsvllle '.'?! 7:43 1. M Arriving St. Louis 7:00 P.M. tin. 143 will Iciito Clovcrport... ... 8:21, j . ; Arriving Owtnsboro ... Arriving Henderson........ Dili '. fj- 9:53 P.M. Arriving Evansvillo 11 :33 P. M. No. 145 will leave Cloverport 12:45 A. M. Arriving Owensboro.... - 1:39 A. M. Arriving Henderson. 2:ftA. M. Arriving Evansvllle 40 A.M. Arriving St. Louis fi:30 A. M. No. 117 will leave Cloverport 7:4(1 A. l. .. Arriving Owensboro. Arriving Henderson...1.... .....9:00 A.M. No. 141 I 1 A. M. i2 Personal Paragraphs About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- eluded. of Irvington, was the guest of the K. P. lodge at their banquet Thursday night. Mr. Carnegie enjoyed the occasion and said It was one of the best he ever attended. C overnort people In Louisville re cently: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams, Miss Elolse Nolte, Mrs. U D. Hoss, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Perkins, John D. Babbacc and daughter, Miss Louise Babbage. Mrs. William Smart has been an in since tense sufferer of Indigestion Christmas and Is not able to leave her home. Mrs. Smart is greatly missed at church and at the social gatherings, where she is a favorite. V. G. Babbage, who spent about two weeks attending circuit court at Har dlnsburg, says that Judge Layman put a move oa the lawyers, and tried many cases that had been hanging on the civil docket for several courts. Mr. C. J. Carnegie, GREENWELL Cloverport, Ky. Farm. The farmers of the neighborhood ni nearly through burning plant beds. W. II Hardin, of Owensboro, had stroke of paralysis last weok, we ni glad to report is improving. Miss Allie Keys visited Miss I.ncile 1'arr, of Clifton Mills, last Sunday. Dust Caps 10c Just the thing for Spring cleaning J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. i BE SURE AND MAIL US YOUR ANYTHING YOU MAY LIST FOR IN HILL ITEMS NEED VVASHINGTOMIAN PARTY. "Why don't you begin today and always say those kind little words of praise or appreciation that you quite frequently think but very seldom get round to saying Sometimes you may be heartily sorry that you didn't, but you never will oe sorry that you did." Ruth Cameron. Mr. Armstrong, who has been mak ing his home with his daughter, Mrs Frank Storms, has moved part of his furniture out to Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Join Rose & Company's line-u- p LUMBER, F0RDSVILLE PLANING Incorporated Sash, Doors, Columns, Mill Work For our Lowest Prices MILL COMPANY I Given to the Ladles' Reading Club at the Home of Airs Chas. flay. 7S2 Tucker's, another daughter, with 7 Mrs. Sallie Moorman Is ill at her home In Center Street. Mrs. Charles May was hostess to the whom he will divide his time. Mrs. Arthur Daugherty and baby Miss Jeannette Burn will entertain Ladies' Reading Club Thursday afternoon. All the decorations, favors and went to Lrulsvllle last Thursday to the Friday Club this woek. of individual dressers of the day. Who are ready to stand off any attack of any high JAKE WILSON. Manaeer r-Ki r- r-;- FORDSVILLE, KY. c- - grade tailoring. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. :- :- - s" tzl- - ft Mrs. to the Wednesday Club this afternoon. The Ladies' Reading Club will be entertained this week by Miss Kate Oglesby. Jas. Meador and Ben Pate left Monday for Nlekerson, Kans., to spend some time. June Lawson has returned to his J. Proctor Keith will be hostess of patriotism 4 home at Lewisport, after spending a week here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAfee, of Irvine-ton- , were guests at the Knights of Pythias banquet, Miss Elizabeth Lawson was a passenger on the Henderson Saturday en route to Louisville. Mrs. Rebecca Lightfoot and daush-ter- , Mrs. John C. Leitch, spent Thursday in Hawesvllle. Miss Michael Miller, of Owensboro, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. E. O. Cottrll. Mrs. D. Conner, of Louisville, here this week with her sister, Miss Josie Hlnton, who. Is very 111. Kr. and Mrs. Roy Heyser, of Clncln nati, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs Foster Heyser, of Deland, Fla. NOTICE All persons in debt to me, please come not later than this week to settle accounts. Mrs. J. NCordrey Oscar Holder, of St. Louis, is visiting his mother. Mrs. Thos. Bohler. This is visit home, l Mr. Holder's Mrs. A. Y. Ford, of Louisville, was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolte Sunday, en route home from Owens boro. Mrs. Laura Hayes, of Bardstown, semi-annua- PENSLAR TIPS If kidney or bladder trouble is suspected PENSLAR BUCHU and PALMETTO is a remarkable good remedy to use. Middle aged and elderly people are particularly subject to the class of bladder and kidney affections in which Pinslar Buchu and Palmetto is so efficacious, but it gives equally good results whether the patient is young or old Remember refreshments carried out the sentiment spend several days with her husband and honor to George and his relatives. Washington. Artificial cherries and Ilalbert Pate, who made his home in sovenir hatchets were given with the Louisville for some time, tired of city beautiful ices and cakes. Many stories life and has returned to the country to of the Ufa of our first president were And employment. related by the guests. Spring ilowers John Furrow died suddenly at the were used throughout the house, and home of his son, Layton Furrow, Wed Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza May re- nesday, February 1". ceived and entertained. T. J. Wine and family, and his sister, Miss Iva Wine, spent two days and ft night with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc Kinney in Tobir.sport, before returning COLONIAL PARTY to their respective homes. ft Bruce Bennett has moved from off Given by the Younger Set Satft the hill Into Mrs. Sallie Moorman's Night at the Home of urday ft house on the river. Miss Lightfoot. ft Mrs. Sallie Martin is confined at her Lome, after what she supposed Although The younger set gave a charming slight stroke of paralysis. colonial nartv Saturday night at the she has not fully recoverod the use of home of Miss Jane Lighfoot, The guests : her arm entirely, she is better. dressed in colonial styles. The house Simon Beavin has returned to his was decorated in flags and George work, after a few days at home with a Washington souvenirs were given with crippled foot caused by falling of coal the refreshments. Those who received on it. were Misses Jane Lightfoot, Dona Ross, June Adams, while loading steel Geney Wills and Louise Nicholas. rails on the section car, let one fall which struck him just above the knee Gardens and Dairies May dlsableinc him so that he is at home Be Many Here Some Day. from work. Mrs. R. S. Lamb, who has been Please find en- oulte HI. is somewhat better at this Dear Mr. Babbage: closed one dolhr for a year's subscrip- writing. I am Jessie Miller and family have re tion to The Breckenridge News. have been so late in renewing it. turned from Hardinsburg, where they sorry to I get the paper Friday morning and I attended the funeral of Mrs. Miller's father, Mr. James Hendrick. They certainly look for its coming. county November were accompanied home by Miss I left Breckenridge of Uites Run, who 3, 1914, and came to Elm Grove to super Frances Atwood. farm and dairy for the Manu will be their guest for awhile. intend the I have had great Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Hardin attended al Training School. success so far and like the work. It is a the banquet of K. P's. and stayed with beautiful place, situated on Wheeling Mrs. Hillary Hardin. creek, one mile from" Ului Grove, and Big Yield of Tobacco. five miles from Wheeling. I read with much interest the tobacco W. H. Legrand, lit ing near Garfield news in your paper. Up here you do not raised 2,500 pounds of tobacco 011 one hear any thing about tobacco; it is ull acre and sold it for $185. In place of tO' dairy and garden news. Team Allen, of Custer sold 2,403 bacco wagons you hear the rumble of pounds of tobacco from 4,000 hills at dairy and garden wagons. $8 aud fi. It netted him $175. I will close by wishing you and the people in Breckenridge prosperity for Gets Good Position. the year 1915. Mr. nnd Mrs. Amos Black and four Yours respectfully, children, of Harried, left last week for KRNUST McGARY, Littleton, Mass. Mr. Black goes to nc Manual Training School, cent Dositiou as overseer of fruit ranch Him Grove, W. Va. farm peaches and apples. He held similar position for the same man i Their Line-u- p consists of 400 of the choicest patterns and the latest fashions now on dress parade -- r cX" - : -- mm ft i W and ready for your in- jf Anyone having a good Jack to dispose of, call on or write me. Don't answer this advertisement if you haven't got something good. Address FRED CLAYC0MB, Lodiburjr, Ky. . --7 F-- V jl ft K spection. It will pay you to call and look over their strong line-u- p I iTZP V " iv for Spring and Summer. Awaiting your early call 0HN 0'CONNEL, Cloverport, Ky, Wa.its. and llreckenrldiru miiitl.'s. Sulurv or commission. Address Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland. O. For Sale SAI.I Ky. I FRESH LINE GROCERIES Notb Advertisers !W'Uo notify tlm editor when you want advertisement Just Received and are now ready for you. You cannot find a het-t- er line anywhere. C. L BEARD Life WantedSalesman our uu SALESMAN wanted to loon alter adjacent Barred Plymouth Rocks. ll.irred t'lyiuouin uocks inclusively. A n'co lot of cockerels for w. saiti cheap. Kirk Poultry I arm. Iirown rropneior, it. r. n. .so. i. uoiuim-bur- Insurance and Real Estate Hardlnsburg. Kentucky NOTICE. Office with J. R. Dskridge, Attorney u. Also Hot Lunch at all , Lost Memorandum Book. OST-streets of llindlnshun: llrstday .if cirfnit Piuirf. hiiiilII Morocco liouud All persons having claims against the Mi.m.irtinHiim ItibiL. Kinder nleiLsa send same ivy.. nu estate of Lon Jarboe, deceased, will to W. I). Wilson, owner, ho rewarded. please present the same to the under Polled Durham Bull. signed executor, properly proven, died Durham Hull line required by law. FOU SAI.K-- A service. Fine color and disfor Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., position, l'rlco right. Write J. iTrank The Kirk, Ky. Hardinsburg, Ky., Executor of the Estate of Lon Jarboe, deceased. For Sal- e- Eggs for Hatching. On 1 Hours Prompt Service, Moderate Price Telephone 71-- J Me-Ju-ry. Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Milner's Tobacco. Dear Mr. Babbage: I read in your paper ot reoruary 10, wnere . u Milner sold three baskets of Hurley at Turkey Bargains $10 80. $11.00 nnd $11.10. Please cor Turkeys ATrloof Ilurbon Kedat once. ror saw at a Mrs. Taylor If taken rect and say that it was I. L. Milner, of Heard, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Mook, and also state that I had 7,000 hills weighing 2, I l5 pounds leaf, und Wanted Foxes which WANTED- - lied and tlray foxes. Vlrdu 135 oounds lues and trash, llrown. Uurtleld, Ky. brought net $297.i5, and oblige. I. L. Milner, Mook, Ky Kirns ror SALE Whltu Wyandotte. llatchlDK. lliavu three suucrli mating that will produce boniu urla winner, l'rlco per setting or 15 etics. si, :anu n. or nve guaexits from each pen ! SO. Satisfaction Ky. ranteedHerbert llali, llurdlnsburg, m0 FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Have Your Clothes " Gleaned and Pressed Telephone 70-- "Well, now, for the sake of nrj:" ni nurn hi Vrn FALMOUTH, KY Is there u more Irrltatln rucnt" No 4 phrase? Is there uuy Kroiitvr boro than the person who Imbltuully cmployx It'; S. C, R. I. Red Cockerels. To be naked to assume iiuytliliiy "Jiif SALE S. C. It. I. Itiul Cockerels and Invnrltiltly milt for the mike of nrcunii'iit" 1'ulletN. Well developed; good mark-- , prejudices us ngnlust mnklim th:it on lugs. Trices reasonable. Write, mo your At. iiaruiusuurg. ivy. cession. Wo lt (trim lipped while tin "For tho Sake of Argument." SWEET SEED Large, cultivated biennial whlto und yellow, direct rrom grower. Trice and clrcti. ' i"w togmw u "Kuek." JOHN A. SHEEHAN BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. Dry Cleaners Prompt Service wants. ii. nciiru controversialist assumes and expounds Wo feel that to oblige hint we wmili not even assume that two und twi uinko four. Youth's Companion. J For Sale Jack. 15 c...i. ...... FOIt SALE or trade, a big Jack. pool pedlgren; at a bargain iri.i,.nUi.. lw hands Mlko IFOR SALE! Registered Ilntushlre (lilts bred for April furrow. Some nice open gilts nlso. Prices right. Also the Name 'PENSLAR' Wedding's Drug Store The Penilar Store Ckverport, : : Kentucky An Unsolved Problem. Mr. Black has been very California. "How. sir. is It possible." demanded Hit successful in the growing of fruit was under Pile nccompauied them as far as Loui: counsel of it bankrupt who coins bis nubile examination, "to live Ilavdeu liasham is confined to his ville, In tho luxurious stylo you havo afreet room with the measles. ed on 40 a year?" Cars Cross Ties. Seven News has been received here of the "That." replied tho bankrupt. "Is of Mr. aud of Gurfield, sold to W S. M. Haynes, arrival of a boy at the home problem to which 1 havo deroted con Mrs. Amangus Middle, 1'oseyvillc, Ind N. Head, for the Ohio Valley Tie Co sldcruble tlmo In the Interests of so clal economy, and too result! of my Mrs. C. V. Payne purchased three Louisville, seven car loads of cross ties Plymoth Rock cockerels of W. W, 2,200 ties. They were slipped from bumble efforts nro now before the Bard court" London Mall. Brown, proprietor of the Kirk Poultry Garfield. L0D1MJRG Sermons Enjoyed. Rev. J. I?. Wlnchell preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist church Sunday at Stephensport. His subject in the morning was "Theme of Re' Johnson County White Seed Corn demptlon." In the evening, "Prepare to Meet Thy God." He will preach here again the first Sunday In March, J. R. MATTING LY I R. R. No. Hardlnsburc, Ky. S i Use the want column r. an' don't' waits 'em Barnes cottage Just outside thd vll- On tha other hand, Vroon recognlied peelin' ' I tho' reporter Instantly and with that neither.' That'll be all fer th' present "An say, Mister, seen anvthln In ; and alert mind of his set Yo wcro due for a wallopln but I th' papers about a mlssln' young worn nooui 10 iuro mo young man into a klnda llko yer spunk." So Jim stumbled down to tho cook's trap out of which he might not easily an?" nsked somo one. Insurance Office gallery and grimly set to work at tho "Missing young woman? What's come. thnt?" Norton decided to follow his man. potatoes. It might have been fnr Cloverport, Kentucky worse. But hero ho was, likely to bo Ths man told the story of Florence's Ho might bo going on a By HAROLD MAC GRATH leap Into tho sea nnd her subsequent chaso, he reasoned; etlll his first im on tlfo high sens for months, and no pulses had hitherto served him well. way of notifying Jonca what had haparrival at the capo. Fire, Lightning, Tor"Thnt's funny," said tho stranger. Ho looked careworn. Ho was con- pened. The outlook was anything but "I don't recollect reading about any vlnced that Florenco was dead, despite cheerful. But a vaguo hopo awoko In nado and Windstorm, Illustrated from Scenes in the Photo Drama of the young womnn being lost at sea. But the assertions of Jones to tho conhis heart. If they were still after him Same Same by the Thanhouser Film Company thoso big liners aro always keeping trary. He had gono over all tho mis might It not signify that Florenco Life, Accident, Health such things under cover. Hoodoos tho haps which had taken place and he lived. ship, they say, nnd turns prospective wns now absolutely convinced that his Meantime Bralne had not been Idlo. Insurance. passengers to other lines. It hurts whilom friend Bralne nnd tho Princess According to Vroon tho girl's memory business. What's tho young girl look Perlgoff were directly concerned. was In bad shapo; so he had not tho 1911, by Harold UacOnth) (Copyright, llko?" Florenco had cither been going to least doubt of bringing her back to Old Reliable Companies Florence was described minutely. Tho or coming from the apartment. And Now Yjt without mishap. Onco he Jes" llko th banker's wife goln' V CHAPTER X. church on Sunday? A mllo a minute; stranger teetered In his chair nnd that memorablo day of tho abduction had hc,iero the game would begin the prlncese had been in the dry goods in earnest. Ho played his cards ex (og or no fog, It's all tho eamo t' smoked. Finally ho spoke. The Past a Blank, "She probably was Insnne. That's shop. ceedingly well. Steaming up Into tho It was perfectly truo that Florence them. They run us down an never Vroon took a downtown surfaco car, lime iiBiung Harbor with a handsnmn had cast herself Into the sea. It had stop. What th' tarnation wo goln' the way generally with Insnne people. not been an act of despair, however. to do? She'll haft t' stay aboard till They can't goo water or look off a nnd Norton took tho same. Ho sat yacht In Itself would allay any dis & On tho contrary, hopo and courago had th' run Is over. I can't afford t yank tall building without wanting to jump. huddled In a corner, never suspecting trust aiiu ne wore a capital disguise, T?vnn-ttitH....... . ... 11 .it, . My business Is Insurance, and wo'vo thnt Vroon was wntchlng him from a tnn UU prompted her to leap. The night was up my mudhook this time o' day." U1I no nuui got the thing figured pretty closo to corner of his eye. Norton was not mm ills Hand on Florence's shoulder. "Guess she can stand threo 'r four clear, with only a moderate sea runThey used to get tho keen today. Tho. thought of Florenco She gave a startled cry and ran over ning. At tho time tho groat ship was days In our company, smcllln' oil- tho ground. Livery, Feed and to Barnes, clinging to him wildly. passing tho banks, and almost within cloths, fish, kerosene, an' punk t'bac-co.- " best of us on tho suicide game. A kept running through his head. man would take out a largo policy The car stopped and Vroon got off. "No, no!" sho cried. hall she saw a fishing schooner riding Sale Stable "Now what, my child?" nsked the gracefully at anchor. She qulto read"If y don't like th' kind o' fbacco today nnd tomorrow ho'd blow his Ho led Norton a winding courso which ily believed that If sho remained on I buy buy your own. I ain't objcctln' head off, nnd we'd have to pay his at length ended at the door of a tene- sailor. Bus Meets all Trains wife. But nowadays a policy Is not ment building. Vroon entered. NorSho shook her head. Her aversion board the Georgo Washington she was none." worth tho paper It's written on If a ton paused, wondering what next to was Inexplicable. The mate stepped over to tho bunk lost. Sho naturally forgot the marvel Hardiiisburg, : Ky. Come, my dear: can't vou son thnt of wireless telegraphy. So longer may and gingerly ran his hand over tho man commits suicldo under two do, now that his man had reached his destination. Well, since he had fol- it is your father?" Bralno turned to girl's hend. "Cod's whiskers, cap'n, years. a man hide at sea. "You ain't tryln' to Insure anybody lowed him nil this distance ho must tho captain. "She has been c30iz3fololfolfaoSir51 So, with that quick thought which they's a bump as big's a cork on th like this In town, arc you?" make an effort to find out who he was for a year. Heaven knows if she'll head! back o' her She's struck one ,"""u?""' "Oh, no. No work for mo when and what ho was going to do. Cauever bo In her right seized the life buoy, climbed the rail 0. thcm floats.au rJght. Where's th' I'm on my vacation. Well, I'm going tiously ho entered the hallway. As sadly. "I was giving mind acain." and lenped far out. As the great, dark, nrnlca?" her an ocean to bed; and tomorrow morning I'll go ho waB nbout to lay his hand on tho voyage, with is!" "Ba .swopc,d u" ,t0, m,ef 1 her I 'Barnes turned to his locker and rum-nr- i out to Captain Barnes' beach and havo newel post of tho dilapidated stairs sible, and yet the kindest nurses posshe jumped overboard. n Both Ways about- - flall- - Producing an an-- a good nwlni. I'm no sailor, but I llko tho floor dropped from under his ?' ,Td J"5."? feet Come, Florence." C? u,aV,111 cIo"- bottle and some passably clean water." Anywhere in the U. S. A. ? and ho was precipitated Into the cellar. 'V Tho girl wrapped her arms all tho doth used frequently for bandages, S This tenement belonecd to tho tighter around Ho honestly enjoyed swimming, i .ho'w. neck. ',0C man careless wltti . ?r , ' 1,18 lnfcUve,; C,U"R, t0 betimesor agot In grewway a pulley Early the ne.t morning he was in tho Black Hundred; it concealed a thou- An Idea camoBarnes'tho old sailor's Into tbl of m Unlfo the water, frolicking about n3 playfully as sand doors and a hundred traps. Us head. "Of courso, sir, y've got g proof WHS blundering kindne s tho a boy. Ho had all tho time In tho history was ns dark as Its hallways. IrLnZ; t. "? U' ' thet sho's your daughter?" tossed her about, hither two mcn 00UIlU up the ant, world. Over his shoulder he saw two hcad( When Vroon and his companion, "Proof?" Bralno was taken aback. men wem auoui tnoir mules. women wandering down toward tho who had been waiting for him, deLU..1UJ LLli MM. "Yes; somethin' t' prove that you're For three days Florence evinced not beach. Deeper ho went, farther out. scended into the collar they found the the slightest Inclination to leave tho He was a bold swimmer, but that did reporter Insensible. They bound, blind- her father. I got skinned out of a sloop onco because I took a man's J bunk. She lay on her back either not prevent a audden and violent attack folded, and gagged him quickly. word at Its faco value. Black an' asleep or with her eyes staring at the of cramps. And It was a rare piece "Saunders," said Vroon, "you tell beams above her head. She ate Just of irony that the poor girl should savo Corrlgan that I've a sailor for him to- white, an' on paper, says I, hereafter." "But I never thought of such a enough to keep her alive; and tho tho life of that scoundrel who was night, and that I want LAUNDERING this sailor thing," protested Bralne, beginning strong black coffee did nothing more without pity or mercy. As she saw booked for somewhere south of We tho to lose his patience. "I can't risk 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS-than to make her wakeful. Xo one his face a startled frown marred her equator. Tell him to say to the maspay tlie postac both wnyi on sending to New York for documents. knew what the matter was. There was brow. But she could not figure out all padrnsos ooc. or over. Work tho ter that this fellow Is ugly and diso- blio is my daughter, and you will find Prompt the bump, now diminished; but that puzzle. Had she ever seen the man bedient Kunrnntecil flrt-clu- ss A tramp freighter, whoso It will deliveries In sanitary packases. not pay to take thU peculiar It should leave her in this comatose before? She did not know, Will credit you upon reference. she could captain is a bully. Do you understand stand." Write for Information. Better, state vastly puzzled the men. Tho not tell. Why could not oho rcmem mo?" still, send trial bundle. "In black an' white, 'r y can't have 'ruth Is she had suffered n "lleht con- ber? Why must her poor head ache so "I get you. But thero's no need to Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. cussion of the brain, and this, atop of when sho tried to pierce tho wall of go to Corrlgan this trip. Bannock Is her." LOUISVILLE. KY. Bralne thereupon rushed forward to all tho worry she had had for the last darkness which surrounded her men. in port and sails tonight for Norway. seize Florence. Barnes swung Florfew weeks, was sufficient to cause tills tally? l nat a far enough." ence behind him. blankness of the mind. The man thanked her feebly, but "Bannock? The very man. Well, "I guess she'll stay here a leetle ino linal cod was cleaned and not In his heart. When ho had Bud- - Mr. Norton, reporter and amateur delonger, sir." packed away In salt, the mudhook c.ently recovered lie returned to tho tective, I guess we've got you fast Time was vital, and this obstinacy ral ed, and tile schooner Bettv set her village and sought the railway onough this time. You may or may sails for fie southwest. Ilarnes real where the- Western Union hadstafon. not come back alive. Go made Bralne furious. He reached Its of and bring again for Florence. lzed that to save the girl sue must fice. around a taxi; some one you can have a doctor who knew his business "Clear out o' here, 'r show your au"I want to send a code message to trust. I'll dopo the reporter while thority," growled Barnes. Mrs. Barnes would know how to care my firm. Do you think you can lot you gone. re "She goes with me, or you'll refor the girl, once she knew what the low it?" Long hours afterward Norton gret It." trouble was. There would be some "I can try," said tho operator. opened his aching eyes. He could hard news In the papers. A young and "All right. But I guess th' law The code was really Slav; and when ly move and his head buzzed abomibeautiful woman did not Jump from a the long message was signed It was nably. happened? What won't hurt me none'. I'm In my rights. What had "Tho Poor Young Thing," Murmured big Atlantic liner without the newspa signed by the name Vroon. Ky. was the meaning of this slow rise and There's the door, mister." pers getting hold of the facts. "I refuse to go without her!" day after the news came that fall of his bed? Shanghaied? Mrs. Barnes. The i A fair wind carried the Betty into names signed. He was on land a "Come out o' that now, ye skulk and yon, from ono swirl to another, her haven, and shortly after Florence Florence had jumped overboard off Reduced round trip rate the banks, Vroon with a dozen other er! roared a voice down the com- - man of peace, but there was a limit llko a chip of wood. Then everything was sleeping peacefully In a feather to his patience. He seized Bralne by men had started out to comb all the panlonway. from Cloverport to Hendergrew blank. bed, ancient. It Is true, but none the fishing villages along the New Eng 'Shanghaied!" the reporter mur the shoulders and hustled him out of Fortunately for her the master of less soft and Inviting. In all this time son, Ky., on account of Farland coast. Somewhere along the way mured. He sat up and ran through the house. the fishing schooner wan at tho time she had not spoken a single word. "Bring your proofs, mister, an' mers' Stnte Institute ho felt confident that he would learn his pockets. a standing on his quarterdeck by the "The poor young thing!" murmured whether the girl was dead or alive. match even; Not a second glancenot a nothln' more'll be said; but till y' told and wheel, squinting through his glass at the motherly Mrs. Barnes. "What bring 'em, keej away from this cot the liner and envying the case and beautiful hair! O, John, I wish you If sho was dead then the game was a him that the clothes he wore were not tage." draw, but If she was alive there was his own. "They've landed me this comfort of those on board her. The would give up the sea. I hate It. It And, simple-mindesailor that he Shanghaied! What the devil was, mate, sitting on the steps and smok- Is terrible. I am always watching still a fighting chance for the Black time. he thought this settled the mating his turning-ipipe, saw tho mas- you In my mind's eye. In calm weath Hundred. He had had somo Idea of re am I going to do?" maining In the Tickets will be sold "D'ye hear me?" bawled tho stri ter. ter lean forward suddenly, lower the er. In storms. Pieces of wrecks come ing tho work village and accomplishThat night he kept his ears open for himself; but after delib- dent volco again. glass, then raise It again. ashore, and I always wonder over the eration ho concluded that It was ImNorton looked about desperately for unusual sounds, but he merely wasted 21, 22, 23. "Lord n'mlghty!" death and terror back of them." portant enough for Bralne himself to some weapon of defense. He saw an his night's rest. Quite naturally, he "What's the matter, cap'n?" y worry none about mo uon i reckoned that the stranger would engineer's spanner on the floor by the "Jake, In God's name, come 'ero an' Botty. I never take no chances. Now Limited to return bunk across the way, and with no make his attempt at night. Indeed, take a peek through this glass. I'm I'm goln' lnt' th' village an' bring he made It in broad daylight, with small physical effort he succeeded in dreamln'" back th' sawbones. He'll tell us what Barnes a hundred obtaining. Ho stood up, his hand be- calking not dory whose yards away, -Te mate jumped and took tho t' do.'.' a seams had hind his back. glass. "Where away, sir?" The villagq doctor shook his grizzled, sprung aleak. Bralne had Florence 'All right, me bucko! I'll come upon Correspondingly low fares p'lnt off th' sta'board bow. See head gravely. "A the chartered yacht before the down an' git ye!" Bomethln' white bobbin' up?" will be in eo"ect from other "She's been hurt and shocked at the old man realized what had happened. A pair of enormous boots began , "Yesslr! Looks llko some one samo time. It will bo many days bein stations Breckinridge to appear down the compantonway. He never saw Florence again; but one dropped a bolster 'r a plller over- fore sho comes around to herself. Just ana mere gradually rose up from day, months later, he read all about county. . board. . . Cod's whiskers!" ho let her do as she pleases. Only keep them a man as wide as a church door her In a newspaper, broke off. an eye on her so that sho doesn't wanFlorence fought; but she wae weak, and as deep as a well. "Then I ain't really eeeln' things," der off and get lost. I'll watch the H. & "Walt a moment," said Norton, grip and bo the conquest was easy. Bralne L. R. R. cried the master. "HI, y' lubbers!" he newspapers and If I come across anyping the spanner. "Let us have a per was kind enough, now that he had yelled to the crew; "lower th' dory. thing which bears upon the caso I'll fect understanding right off the bat." her safe. He talked to her, but she They's a woman In th" water out there. notify you." Company "Wore going f have It, matey. merely stared at the receding coast, 1 seen her leap th' rail. Look alive! But he searched tho newspapers' In "All right; don't talk If you don't Don't ye worry none." Sharp's th' word! Mate, you go vain, for the simple fact that ho did Norton raised the Bpanner. and. want to. Here," to one of tho men, long." not think to glance over the old ones. dizzy as he was, faced this seafaring "take her to the cabin and keep her Tho crew dropped their tasks and Tho village took a good deal of Inthere. But don't you touch her. I'll Hercules courageously. sprang for the davits, and the star- terest In the affair. They gossiped you it you do. Put her in the 'I've been shanghaied, and you break board dory was lowered In shipshape about It and strolled out to the Barnes' cabin and guard the door; at least know it. Where aro we bound?" stylo. cottage to satisfy their curiosity. One keep an eye on it. She may take It Pure-BreIt takes a good bit of seamanship thing was certain to their simple "Copenhagen." Chick d into ber head to Jump overboard." to haul a body out of the sea, into mlnd3: some day Barnes would get a "Well, for a month or more you'll Even the temporarily demented are a dancing bobtailed dory, when one great sum of money for his kindness. beat me up whenever the opportunity not without a species of cunning, moment It Is climbing frantically heav- They had read about such things In offers. But I merely wish to warn you Florence bad npver seen Bralne till ens in Breckenridge enward and tho next heading for tho tho family story paper. She was a rich that If you do you'll find a heap of trou he appeared at the Barnes cottage. Yet bottomless pit. They were very ten- man's daughter; tho ring on tho unble waiting for you tho next time you she revolted at tho touch of his hand. der with her. They laid her out In the known's finger would have fitted out drop your mudhook in North AmerOn tho second day out toward New bottom of the boat, with tho life buoy a fleet. ica." York sho found a box of matches and as a pillow, and pulled energetically Is that so?" said the giant, eying blithely set Are to her cabin, walked Florence was soon able to walk The poultry raisers of Breckfor thu schooner. Sho was alive, be- about. Ordinary conversation sho tho spanner and tho shaking hand that out into tho corridor and thence to enridge are taking the greatest cause she breathed; but sho did not Btir seemed to understand; but whenever held It a'.ott. the deck. When tho lire was dlscov so much as an eyelid. It was a stiff tho past was broached sho interest and pride in raising "It Is. I'll take your orders and do cred it had gained too much headway would bit of work, too, to land her aboard shako her head with frowning eyes. tho best I can, because you've got tho to be stopped. The yacht was doomed, chickens, ducks, geese and turwithout adding to her Injuries. Tho Her main diversion consisted of sitting upper hand. But, God Is witness, They put oft in the boats and for halt keys' of high quality. Vou can master ordered tho men to put her In on tho sand dunes and gazing out at ralne Took Florence Aboard the you'll pay for every needless blow you a day drifted helplessly. buy or sell, right in this county, his own bunk, whero he nearly stran- sea. strlko. Now what do you want mo to Chartered Yacht. the pure bred stock and eggs. Fate has everything mapped, out like gled her by forcing raw brandy down do?" Ono day a stranger came to town. a game of chess. You move a pawn, Now is the time to advertise take a hand in. So the following night Iter throat. "Lay down that spanner an' como Ho said he represented a life Insuryour prices on fowls, eggs and ho departed for Boston, from there to on deck, I'll tell ye what t' do. I was and bang goes your bishop, or your "Well, she's alive, anyhow." ance company and was up hero from knight, or your king; or she lets you incubators. Ads, in our Want New York. He proceeded at once to goln' When Florence finally opened her Boston to take a llttlo vacation. f whale th' daylights out o' ye; Ho win Column ic n word, locals are eyes tho gray of dawn lay on the sea, sat on tho hotel porch that evening, tho apartment of tho princess, where I t yo're somothln' av a man. Dron ulmost you. a game, and then checkmates But thero is ono thing to more expensive. dotted hero and thero by tho schooners surrounded by an admiring audience. Bralno declared that he himself would tho spanner first." bo said In her faVor rail at her how Space ads are inserted at rates of tho fleet, which ueemcd to bo hang- Tho stranger had been nil over tho go to tho obscure village and claim Norton hesitated. As lithe as a tiing In midair, as at the moment there world, so It seemed. Ho spoko famil- Florenco as his own child. But to ger the bulk of a man sprang at him we will, sho is always giving odds to according to time and position. the Innocent. was vlslblo to tho eyo no horizon. iarly of St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, Insure absolute success they would and crushed him to the floor, wrench "Don't seem t' recognlzo nothlu'." Shanghai, as tho villagers somo of charter Morse's yacht and steam right ing away the spanner. Then tho glaut Mike Bannock was In tho pllothouso, up Into tho primitive harbor. took Norton by the scruff of his "Mebbo sho's got a fever," suggested them might have spoken of Boston. When Vroon left tiro apartment Nor and banged him up tho steps toneck looking over his charts, when the lookThere wcro ono or two old timers ton the mato, rubbing his bristly chin. the out in the crow's nest sang out: "Two saw him. "Fever nothln'l Not after belli' In among tho audience They had been pulses, and ho He was a man of Im deck. boats adrift off the port bow, sir!" And had found by experi "I ain't goln' f hurt ye. I huC t' Bannock, who was a th' water halt an hour. Mebbo sho lilt to all theso parts. The stranger knew ence that first impulses are generally sailor, The Bnckinridii Niws show yo that no spanner ever bothered ono o' them wooden floats wo left. what ho was telling about. After tellalthough a rough one, shouted down ing of his many voyages he asked If the best. He did not know who Vroon Mike Bannock. Now, d' know what the tube to the engine room. The Them dinged liners keep on crowdln' was. Any man who the ClowM, Ky. us," growled Barnes, with a fisher- there was a good bathing beach near- Princess Perlgoff whilecalled on was a cook's galley is?" fjelgJterjEjme to a halt In. aJjouXten Bralne by. He was told that ho would find "I do," said Norton, breathing hard. man's bate for the floating hotels. with her would be worth following "Went, by without a took gee. 'er. the. most suitable bdoA nea.r CaBtall) "Wclli hike there an' start. In with Continued on page 7 lflRe. over-ready The Million Dollar Mystery L. C. TAUL wlld-goos- flooSolaoS0 Walls Trent r I We Pay Postage 'I ,l l i n Z ; ,f - ; I l.H am Superior Sanitary I Special Rates To Farmers' State Institute at Henderson, d $3.00 February I March 2, 1915 L, St. first-clas- s Million Dollar Mystery k The THE Cloverport Doubt It. Doan BESTPR00F Citizens Cannot Kidney Pills were used peas. Whether yon cut the Icgumo nnd uso It ns u ford or plow It under ns n green inunuro crop does not mutter much, ns you are returning fortuity to tho land cither wny. The legume tlmt fnll may be followed by more. oats, they mny bo pastured ml turned tin dcr ns n preen manure crop boforo put ting the field In either corn or cotton. 11 UNSOLVED Such MYSTERIES. minutes. The castaways saw that they had been noted, and pulled gallantly at the oars. There are some things which sci ence, well advanced as it Is, cannot explain. Among them Is the shock which cuts off the past and the which reawakens memory. They may write treatise after treatise and expound, but they never succeed ney Pills." Thsy brought benefit. The tor.y was told to uioverport residents. Time has strengthened the evidence. Has proven the reeult lattlng. The testimony Is from this locality. The proot convincing. Mrs. A. L. Alms, OO7 Locust St., Owensboio, Ky., says: "I have uied Doan's Kidney Pills with good results and considered them a superior kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills prompt-l- v relieved backache, difficulty with the kidney secretions and pains In the of mv head, we .,-i- r inrl tn 11 have great confidence In Doan's Kid n.-i- How to Prevent Bilious Attacks. "Comintr events cast their slndows before " This is especially true of bilious attacks. Your appetite will fall, If you vnu will feel dull and languid. nre siibiect to bilious attacks take three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon as these symptoms appear and the attack may tie warueu on. i'ur suic uy mi dealers. BURIAN. BARON STEPHEN The New Foreign Mlnlater of Auetria. Radium, the Human Brain in the Eleetrio Fluid. At,!iiw1ii- - C.nilinm Hell was once naked If he understood precisely how n telephone conveyed the sound or n mi nimi voice. Ills answer was: ".o. 1 only know what Is done. 1 do not know how it Is accomplished, n.m la rninitiilpil of Lord Kelvin's re mark to some of his professional col leagues near tho close, or 111s nruuaiu enrecr. It will bo recnllcd that 11011 tlin Instruments used In tho first demonstration of telephony at tho Philadelphia Centennial 111 ism it was manv years Inter that Kelvin said that lie knew no more us to the nature of electricity than he knew tp linn lio first liecan to work with It. From Franklin to Ktiison master minds among us have done wonderful tiiimre with rolls nnd dynamos, gener ators nnd transformers, directing the Interplay of dreadful elemental rorces as Inscrutable as they are mnjestlc. And still we do not know wnat elec t I GOOD COMBINATION 1 FOR 1915 . .... J Breckenridge News, Home and Farm, 24 page War Atlas year ....... 1 $1 .00 ... I Louisville Evening Post, Daily, twice-a-mon- th year.. 3.00 .50 .50 Total $5.00 All For $3.50 SEND SUBSCRIPTIONS TO K I THE . BRECKENRIDGE . NEWS Cloverport, Ky. PEUMANENT CORE. On February 20, lDtii, Mrs. Alms said: "The cure Doan's Kidney 1'ius made some time ago has been perma nent, You are at liberty to continue oubllshinir my former endorsement." Don't cCic. nt nil dealers. Prim tj iw simply ask for a kidney remedy get same that Doan's Kidney Pills-t- he Co., Mts Alma had. Faster-Milbur- n Props., Buffalo, N. Y. J tricity Is. A woman finds that tons nnd tons or n rnrtnln nn nroduco n fraction of n gram of rndlutn. nnd we go io worn wiiii It nnd behold tho portentous re sults it nchleves. but wo do not know what It Is. of sapient alienists A congregation nt n trial elves expert testimony, but no man nniong them knows what his mm limln U nor how it gives Instan taneous directions to the foot and the linml. Mvsterv is at the very root of life nnd rules it to the end. Whatever way we turn we dud the abyss the tiiifiithotned darkness. How ridiculous Is our presumption knowledge before so vast an Ledger. Perfectly i Beautiful! Is The March Number of iiiTiiBm ! Scientific of Woman's Home Companion . Farming OATS FOR WINTER mintii STOCK The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head of It tonic ml laxative efftet, I.AXA- n...... iiiini.nmiiUiMIM. ... KaiUpdian nnlltiarv i ....... . . 11 11 imuitiu wu Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor rlncing in Iieau. Keineinuer me iuii name w look lor me signtiure 01 a. v. unum, naue SHOWING! The Latest Fashions, Plates on the Season's Colors, Giving Designs for the Attractive Fabrics. A Besides Being an Excellent Feed They Possess Other Advantages. For the farmer In the cotton belt full sown "Girl, I Love You Better Than Life." thero is no better feed than oats, writes Louis Colon in tho Farm ... . A ,Un. ,ln-ti'oll 4. ' ill Progress. While corn Is being grown --oif mystery. on greater ncrcages than nt any time At the sound of Jim Norton's volco In tho nast over most of the cotton area and at the sight of his face for sub' oats sown In the fnll should be one of consciously Bhe must have been thinkwintering, ing nf him all tho while a creat blind' our main reliances for stock While their feeding value Is the first Inir hpnt.wnvR seemed to burn across Is grow her eyes, and when the effect passed consideration to the man who away she was herself again. A wild inc stock, fall sown oats have many clntico nt hnr siirroundincs convinced other advantages. They serve as a her that both she and her lover were winter cover crop, as n restorer of hu in danger. mus to the soils, nnd when permitted to "Keep back," whispered Jim. "Don't mature they furnish n fairly satisrac- recognize me." torv cash crop. "Thov hollpvn that I've lost my I find the fnll sown oats most valu mind nnH I'll kppn that Idea in their ns .1 winter grazing crop. They tonight I'll find a nlilo heads. Sometime may be sown nt varying periods in the you. chance to talk to 1 to tno latter It tnnlr n moil Hpnl of cautious ma- fall, usually from Oct tipiiverlncr to brine about tho meeting, nart of November, the date of the sow I "They shanghied me. And I thought Jng depending upon the latitude. was all wrong. It was have pastured live stock on oats irom you dead! It n trir.k of that Perlcoff woman, and It tho Inst of October to tho first or .innu succeeded. Girl, girl, I love you better ary. and lu some sections they are pas v rnnn nrpi tured all winter. "I know It now." sho said, and sho Thev do better when sown after torn kissed him. "Has my father appeared or cowpeas. The ground is easy to get yet?" Into good tlx following either or tliese "No." crops, and not a great deal of work is "Do you know anything at all about necessary. A disk can be used to cut him?" sadly. up tho cornstalks or the pea vines nnd "I thoucht I did. It's all a iumblc for irlvlntr tho ground as much stirnn to me. Hut beware of tho man who as Is needed for ont sowing. By disk brought you here. He Is tho head of nil our troubles; and It he knew I was on board he'd kill me out or nana He'd have to." Tlr.ilnn offered Dannock $1,000 to turn back as far as Boston; and ns Bannock had all the tlmo In tho world, carrying no perishable goods, ne con onnrail Tint ho np.ver could nulte un derstand what followed. He had put Florence and Bralne in tho boat and Inndo.cl them: but when he went down to see It Bralne had left anything behind, he found that Individual bound and gagged In his bunk. 1. SHOES That SPOIL So OUR FEET. Have Perfect Pedal Extremities. very A person with normal feet Is .urn,.,, it f. iind. Iii fact, the doctors Inform us tlmt foot trouble Is endemic ... 111 Is Why Few Persons PAGE ON NEW CROSS WORK ON WOOL Many New and Interesting Features HARD ROAD TO SLED .nrr Kt'itpj . ns well ns in i... lllC it,,u,i piiIIl'MpHimI COUlltr.V Oil tllC globe. Sherman Law Is Obstruction Policy Says Lawyer. Nnw York i Sneclal): Attorney Jas. N. Heck declared tho Sherman law prevented "combination where combina tion was absolutely necessary, artor tin ii.nl pntored nleas of nolo contcudre for seven of his clients who were de fendants In the government prosecution of tho Eastern Hoxboard club, before Judge Neterer In the Lnlted States district court. In iho case of the Eastern noxboard club. Mr. Heck said the statute had interfered with the advancement of the humanitarian project of reducing the working days of the hands in tue paper board mills from seven to six days. "For the past ten years, saiu mt. npi.-- "Mm business men of this coun try have lind a hard road to sled, what with the civil and criminal possiuui-tie- s of tho Sherman law and tho uncertainty of tho supremo court Itself, as to tho Interpretation or tno law. Tlnltpil States At torn 03 Claude A. Thompson declared that tho object of the club was to restrain trade and fix arbitrary prices, no aumiueu. however, that the prices fixed were not exorbitant. A The cause of this condition and the vast sulTerlng which It entails is the iinlivilenlc shoe. A 'thousand 1'orto Menus whose feet had never been Miod were examined Xot n single diseased or deformed foot fniiinl among them. A San Fran cisco surgeon, In commenting on this fact, declares that among a thousand shoe wearing Americans there Is hard, lv one with normal feet. ' The trouble Is that tho vast majority if our shoes are liniroioriy construct ed. The fashionable shoe seems uuui to force the foot Into shapes which. iimvi.viT sllirlitlv. are nevertheless ab normal. That worn by the masses is equally Inimical to foot health, for the reason that It Is constructed with very Hud. rpfiTonee to the lines of the foot mid without elTort to adjust it to the uuniiii! movements of that member. The medical man presents the as the most wholesome foot vet devised, but very few are sni.!iiliio puouL-- to hone that fashion moe-ensl- n oov-.!!!h Price 15c a Copy Order Your Subscription $1.50 a Year e The Breckenrido-- News THE DELINEATOR For March Contains the Following Important Features The Home Life Jolly Music for Simple Instruments To Wash Without Fatigue or Worry Real Profit on Chicken Raising will permit Its general use. Next to the moccasin, .so we are told. i the .sli-- o that not only permits tile foot to perform Its normal functions iinlniped ed. but strengthens it wiien in use TLIs Is tho shoe that. Instead of pinch l lug the foot or forcing It Into almm-nrn,hiipes or positions, actually tits lt- .Hoaton Herald. Chemist's Discovery. (To be Continued) ...Ttl6... 'Million Dollar Mystery' Is Now Being Shown at the n. A. Thomas, a rftired chemist of k'piitncliv. like all Kentuckians, kept some fine horses. His neighbors noticed that his horses were slick and Miming in the Spring before other horses began to shed. He told them of some powuers that he fed his horses. He gave tlictn some of it and now 11. A. Thomas's Stock Remedy is known .all over Ken- . tuckv bv horsemen nnd farmers, who take pride in horses or cows or slieep, We sell it on the Money uacu oasis I'or sale at Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky, tone. The dnv of harsh want mild, easv laxatives. Doan's Regulets have satisfied thousands. We at all diug stores. physics is People Your Household Linen "Best of cM Beautiful Fashions for Spring American Theater ALFALFA VV BOMS FAIiIl BOWK OATS. tni? nnd double disking, harrowing and cross harrowing, the soil can bo put in rjerfect coudltlon wltnout uavmg io A SOIL BUILDER. T1 ninvAp U nn excellent soli 1m www prover and should continuo to bo used for this purpose, but n ton or niiauu naunds of nitrogen and one pound of, phosphoric ncld moro than tho same amount or ciover. ' rrhn rntni manure nroduced as a bynrrwl not in feodlnc a ton of alfalfa bay Is relatively more valuable than tho total manure produced iu feeding the same amount of clover buy. beinsn rlclipr tn nitrogen. Alfalfa has a deeper nnd heavier mnt- KVHtom than clover and Is more efficient in nddlug vegetable matter . of a high nitrogen content to tue sou, Tim iiinnnr root svstetn innkes alfalfa mnrn nfiirlpnt than red clover In using tho mineral matter contatned In the eubsoll and Improving drainage. TvnIrlnfr tmvnnl tho future with re-pect both to producing a higher yield ef a more vnlunble forage per acre mxA tn mnlntainlnrr the productivity of tho Mil, It Is n matter of wisdom to raise more acres of clover nnd and fewer ncrc of timothy. Minnesota Farmer' Library. - break tho ground. Where tho ground Is packed tlrmly it win imvo to bo broken again, plow ing deeply nnd followlug this witn me Hid.- - nml thn harrow. Late ciliuvuieu onrnftplils should be looso enough with out breaking, but pea ground is uuciy tn h too firm to disk un properly with out plowing it flr3t. Tho soil should bo stirred and uroKen up as nneiy us clliln whlln broadcasted oats do very wen, It Is always better to uriu tnem wueru this u nossible. In thu tlrst plaeo the drill does not require nearly as much seed to uniformly sow uu aero or oaia. Tho seed, too, aro covered at uniform i' .innfii nml will come un evenly, grow evenly und ripen evenly If the crop Is permitted to reach maturity. 11 " been my experience- that drilled oats ii,i i,iii,r thmi thososuwu broadcast In my oplulon the prlucipal value of lin winter oata Is lu a corn or cotton and legume rotation. Vou see, tho oats may bo sown lu tho ran nuu pasiureu nr niinwpd to tnaturo cany w uo son. When they mature they can bo cut, shocked and hauled out of tno way la plenty of time to nave wem mnuw d by fO beans, velvet beans or cow- w Submarine Mines. til xulmiartnc mines Is. vi. fv niiieiit explosive, but rr FIRE EATERS. In many respei ts It is quite outclassed STEPHENSPORT compound useu in by the Flames and as irimiroioiuuuc The Trick of Breathing Mouth. mines and Known Sparks From the In (Jreat N. but abbreviated to "T. l- T." uermany. Mrs. Thomas Wood and children, of Tho tlrst known tire breather was a Britain and to "trot.v- In guests of her brother, H loaded with Syrian slave named Hunus. u leader in Holt, were the A shell, torpedo or mine war In Sicily. 120 11. U. He A. Dutschke, last Sunday. deto the Senile in v T" nviih'lt riMiulres to be Immediate eonimu-nicutloNavel oranges, lemons and apples 1 nated by means of mercury fulmluatei pretended to have with the gods. When desirous K. A. Shellman's. with reat violence mio bursts couruge rfit.mi.tit ii'lttreits if loaded with pic of inspiring his followers with V. 11. Gardner spent Sunday with hit tiie splinters nre very small hu breathed flames and bpnrks from ric acid children at Chenault. bis mouth. uo as mum nnd cannot thererore s Miss Ilrook Hall, of Logansport, Ind , In order to accomplish this feat Airi.nn.'ii wnt cuncotton Is more How Canada Got Its Name. pierced a nutshell nt both ends. passed through town Sunday en route to powerful If exploded In close proxim Vho orlnln of the name Canada Is aud, having tilled it with some burn- Union Star. tho target, tho eucci 01 i. Tho Spaniards vlsitwl ity to much greater when the explo- ing substance, be put It In .his mouth i trauge enough. T." Is We were pleased to bear from Mr. .lint- pnmitrv liri'vlolis to tile trend! awny.-Lonand breathed through It. The satnu sion takes place some distance of California, through the iii.l made particular bearch ror goui trick is performed today lu a more ap- Tike Conn, Telegraph. News uid silver, und, finding none, tuey ot proved manner. The performer rolls columns of The Ilreckenridge on Mil lil 111111111!; themselves. "Aca nnda.' some flax or hemp Into a ball about The people of his oltl home town wou'd Woman loves a clear, rosy complexmi anlng "There Is nothing here." The the sl7.o of a walnut, which he lots be glad to hear from him often, Indians, who watched closely, learned ion. Hurdock Wood Hitters If splendid burn until It Is nearly consumed. Then R. A. Shellmaii has iust received u thlu sentence and Its meaning. Later for purlfvins the blood, clearing the he rolls around It more this whllo It is nice line of toilet articles from the Goo nn tin, I'l'Piich iii'i'lved. and the Indians. skin, restoring sound digestion. All By this means tho tiro still burning. rich Drug Co., of Omaha, Neb. who wanted none of their company nnd druggists sell (t. ljrice 1. la retained In tho ball for a long time. supposed they had come on the same Mrs. V. G. Haswell and daughter, o Ho slips this ball Into his mouth nnper-eclveerrand as the Spanfsii. were desirous nud breathes through it Ills llardiiisburi:. spent Sunday with lu'i Spanish sen The Steamer Duck. tn inform them in the revives tho Ore. nnd he sus mother, Mrs. M. A. McCubbins, who i Arnnnil tho southern extremity of hrnnih tenco "Aca inula." Tho French, who long as ho Inhnles ill at this writing. language Rnntit America Is to be found n very tains no Injury so know its little of the Spanish It- - tlirnm-l- i Ills nostrils. commou Mr. ami Mrs. A. R. Crawford, of Atl large duck, which bears the h they, supposed that the Incessantly Various theories have been nuvanceu di.son, were witli their parents Suudu race or recurring sound was the name or me name of 'steamer ducu to account for other feats of this sort country and ulttuiatel.v christened II horse," owing to a peculiar tianit it n,.rfirnif.l llV tllO nUClCntS. All OIU Dr. Geo. H. Shively aud C. 11. Wag Canada, which it has lioi no ever since. lina nt rmvllll? itself nlouK the surfnee holding of n redhot Iron last week sc at great speed. This ,U ordeal was tho who wns not uurneu goner were in Louisville of the water by tho accused, ing tobacco. ia said to be duo to thu remaruauio Probably somo "The Best Laxative I Know Of." w It ITimku lm iitirrli:isL-- Mrs. ! . hnt tin. hird loses Its power of flight If ho were Innocent. have sold Chamberlain's Tablets when It reaches maturity. Those ducks protective paste was used on tho hands. M. Kissam's property on Main street. "I rri.. .inoiillnr nronertv of mineral salts. ueraio. for several years. People who have used aro very common.-Chlc- ago Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pence will lea ucb ns nlum. In protecting articles of I can them will take nothing else n few ilavs for their home iu We i Ore has long been known. from recommend them to my customers as the Invlgoratlng to the Pale and Sickly dress m xtllniipsd devised a costume field, Ohio. An best laxative and cure for constipation The Old Standard Kcncral trtngthcnlntr tonic, consisting of n cloth covering for the Mrs. V, C. l'erry, of Cloverport, w drrveg that I know of." writes Prank Strouse, GKOVU'S TA8TKU1S3 chill TONIC, up the out which had been steepen in nium with her mother, Mrs. K. II, Miller Sit blood.andbulUU I'rultland, Iowa, For sale by all dealers. Malarla.entichM theFor adult and children. 90s A metallic dress of wire gauze was urday. A Uuc tonic. l'oster McKaughbu was in Cloverport added to this, and thus protected a Sunday visiting Miss Jennie Williams. News Ban might wall on not iron. for Wtt fviinrittlnn ! inw u 1 u. Eu-nu- - don d ayy-tet- a. hiv I Try a Want Ad Today. Subrcribe The ALL THE NEWS FROM JARDINSBURG Mrs. John M. Skillman tains-Har- vey -- Enter LeSieur Miller Hurt James Hendrick Dead- Grain of Corn Causes Death of Child. MANY There li more Catarrh In this section ot the country than nil oilier -t disease put few yean together, nnd until tho Inwas supposed to be Incurable. For a years doctors pronounced It a nrent ninny local remeanil locnl dies, nnd by constantly falllim' to cure with locnl treatment, pronounced It Incur-nblScience lina proven Cntnrrh to be a constitutional dlsense, nnd therefore reHall's quires constitutional treatment. Catarrh Cure, mnnufnetured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Is the only Constitutional euro on the market. It Is tnken Internally. It nets directly on tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any ense It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F, J. CHENEY A CO.. Toleao, O. Bold by Drusitsts, 7tc. Take Hill's Family rills far constipation. prc-crllc. MEDICAL RESEARCH IRVINGTON Mr, and Mrs. J M. Hcmdoii and fnm with friends at lly spent the week-end IN WAR HOSPITALS Miss Lilly io Join Dr, Carrel In Work. Nov York (Special): Mlsi Katheriaa Lilly will sail on tho IlochambeatL Bho is the bead nurse ot the department of surgery of tho Rockefeller Instltuto for Medical Research. She goes with a detachmont of nurses being sent by the American Red Cross. Miss Lilly is going to Franca for the especial purpose of assisting Dr. Alexis Carrel of the Institute. Dr. Carrel now has been detached from work at the Lyons hospital and placed by the French government In charge of a hospital at Compelgne. In order that the work may not only be of the greatest effectiveness at the moment, but may be made permanent ly available to tho world of science, tho Rockefeller Institute la equipping Dr. Carrel's hospital with com pie to apparatus for research in tho bacteriological, pathological, chemical and surgical conditions which may nrlsc. For the use of the patients In charge of Dr. Cnrrel and his assistants tho government has requisitioned a hotel for hospital purposes with accommodations for about 100 persons. Tho government will provide administrative ofllcers as well ns competent surgeons suggested by Dr. Cnrrel, to carry on tho rcgulnr work, thus leaving Dr. Cnrrel free to perform his characteristic operations, especially in the lino of transplanting tissues, blood vessels and nerves, and blood transfusion, and to conduct the laboratory studies which are about to be undertaken. Brandenburg. Misses Myrtle Lyddau and Nannie Lee Kendall, of Webster, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Henry. Miss Margaret Connlff spent the week end in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cowley have returned to their homo at West Point', after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Cowley. Miss Ada Drury and Kudora Youuger, of Louisville, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs R. II. McGtothlan. Miss Klsle Baxter was hostess to the G. F. C. Club Tuesday evening. The time was well spent in plying the needles. A good musical program was rendered home-madDelicious candles were served. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite spent the week-en- d in Lewisport. Mrs. Hoskins, of Glen Dean, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Brown. S. II. Payne is being urged to make the race for county court clerk on Republican ticket and has the matter under conIf he concludes to'make the' sideration. race he will be a formible factor and hard to beat. Mr, and Mrs. W. H, Lewis and two children, Catherine and Archey, visited Mr, and Mrs. Ed Hunger at Kkron last week. The Baptist Teachers' meeting was held at the home of Sirs. Larue Cox Thursday. Miss Julia Lyons has returned to Louisville, after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Jonas Lyons Rev. T. J. Wade preached two good stirring sermons nt the Methodist church Sunday. His appeal was for a deeper personal righteousness, the direct product of which would be a cleaner, more law abiding community. Washington's birthday was celebrated in several homes with appropriate observances. Oid Glory was Hung to the breezes at an early hour and many hearts caught the inspiration of its red, white ami blue and felt a deeper thrill of thankfulness for the liberty for which it stands and also that at this time it is an emblem of peace May it continue so amid the turbulence of this present time. Wedding Bells are ringing. Mrs Harold Trail be will entertain the Girls' Cmb Thursday evening, Lewis Heriidon returned to Russell-vill- e last week. He will resume his studies at Bethel college. Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Glen Dean, has been the guest of Miss Eliza belli Crider. Messrs. Bernard Carter and Hubert Lyons left last Wednesday for Decatur, Ala. Scott Brown, of Henderson has moved into the property recently vacated by David Hale. Miss Elizabeth Cain entertained the G. 1 C. Club Tuesday evening. Miss Mary Alexander chaperoned Misses Nona Lyddan, Rose Alexander, Mabel and Nell Adkins and Master Carl Adkins to Louisville Tuesday to hear Minncapo is Symphony orchestra. e WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT KGQ8 Articles Energy 10c will buy BEEU", sirloin- MCTTON, leff . ... 385 410 445 1030 1030 MILK POItK, loin BREAKFAST FOODS 1117 PERSONAL NOTES. C. L. Heard, Sr., made a business trip to Irvington Saturday. CHEESE. BUTTER RICK POTATO E8 BEAN8, dried WHEAT FLOUR 118J 1365 2025 . . Miss Marline Monarch, of Kirk, has Associate yourself with men of Rood been the guest of aunt, Mrs. T. J. quality If you esteem your reputation, Hook. for It Is better to be alone than in bad A protracted meeting will begin at company. George Washington. the M. E. church the second Sunday night in March. Rev. Robert Johnson, Miss Lillian Beard was in Louisville E. E the pastor, invites everybody to attend ost week visiting hsr aunt, Mrs. and help in this meeting. Sutton. Sunday evening at the M. E. church Mrs. A. M. Dejarnette has returned M. Oraback, of Canaan, While 'there she was Miss Grace from Owcnsboro. and Conn., the National Field Secretary of the guest of Rev. J. J. Wlllett the Home Missionary Society of the M. Mrs. Willett. E. church lectured. Miss Oraback told Miss Esther Payne, of Stephensport, of the work that their auxiliaries are Is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. N. doing nil over the United States, Alaska Skillman. and some of the Islands. She was a Hussell Comptou was in Garfield on pleasant speaker and made her talk very interesting. business Friday. Mrs. C. V. Robertson has returned Waiter Moorman, Jr., of Gien Dean, from Louisville where she was the guest was a visitor In town last Sunday. of Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe. Mrs. John M. Skillman entertained at her country home, Maple Lawn Stock Farm, on Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Nannie Adklsson the following ladies: Mesdames Silas Miller, Tom Heard, Frank Jolly, Cal Hendrick, Sr., William Hendrick and Miss Annie Hendrick. Delightful refreshments were $400,000 Probably In Charge of German STATE BORROWS served. Miller, the little son Harvey LeSieur Will Use Money to Meet Expenses UnPilot at Time, til Taxes Come In. of Mr. and Mrs. l'ark Miller, of the Oakland neighborhood, was kicked by a Indianapolis (Special): The stato of Indiana, through the state board ot mt:'e Inst week and received a bad wound in the face. CAPTAIN AND CREW ARE SAFE' finance, negotiated a loan of $100,000 to be used In meeting the expenses of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Compton entertho stato until tho county treasurers tained at Rook last Wednesday evening l settletheir next and Vessel Was Bound For Bremen With make of taxes. Misses Nannie Kincheloe, Martha ment ..I Isabel Gardneraud Franklin Kincheloe. oci-Tho fact that the stato must pay out uouon anai (jt. oiray mine iin n- -l j mi Mrs. N'aunte Adkisson is at home llgerent Waters Germany Not Held something like $100,000 to reimburse sto"k dealers of tho stato whoso cattle after spending two weeks in the counSeriously to Blame. j and swine were slaughtered In the eftry with Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman. Washington, Feb. Td. Corroborative fort to stop the spread of tho foot and Kincheloe attended the Dr. John E. reports of the destruction of the mouth disease Is given as the reason meeting of the Medical Association in American steamer Evelyn, off tho tier- - for the state borrowing money onco Louisville last Thursday and Friday. man coast, presumably by a mine, was moie Another reason wns the stato'b All of Joel H. Pile's friends remember received by Secretary of State llryan. ' investment of ?SO,00( in selsol, tin a few years ago of his making the most Consul w. T. Fee, at Hremen, Ger- raw material used at the state prison in the manufacture of binding twine, words out of the Montenegro Rheim many, to which the Evelyn was lound which will be returned with a profit Piano Co. and winning a piano. He with a cargo of cotton, sent the follow- when the twine Is sold. one ty some- ing dispatch to the state department: has recently won another "Steamer Evelyn, Captain Smith, thing f the kind. Mr. Pile loves to j puzzles, and each montti makes a ngent3 Hull & Co., New York, blown A GENERAL SURVEY OF work Crow working puz- up early Fiiday at llorkuiu. number of dollars just by saved. Ship nnd cargo lost.' zles for pastime. Secretary Bryan had tho message THE WAR Mrs. D. S. Miller, of New Bethel, repeated to tho American embassies at visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Loudon and Berlin with instructions that every possible caro bo taken of Walls, last week. A dispatch trom Belgrade announces sou, Ralpn tho crow and to ascertain and report that the Austriuns have again begun M. D. Heard took his to Washington all facts obtainable In the bombardment of that city. Heard, to Louisville hist week to cun tho case. Demonstrations In favor of Italian Dr. J'hinx in regard to his hearing. suit That no serious blame can bo at- intervention on the sldo of the allies Mr andMrs.RalTo W'iucliell lost their tached to tho Ocrman government for took place In Horre, but the police were child lust Tuesday by the this, the first disaster to an Ameiican prepared and the tffalr passed off withtwo year-olreached, out serious trouble. child swallowing a grain of corn and it ship, was the conclusion Hussian and German claims regard The remains were based upon Consul Foe's dispatch. going into its lung brought hrre and laid to rest in St. llorkum Is one of a chain of islands ing the fighting in East Prussia still southwest of the mouth of the Weser conflict. Germany asserts that tho Rumuald'.s cemetery. river, on which Is tho port of Hremen. Russians were defeated and narrowly Mr. James Hendrick, who has resided Tho harbors of all tho belligerents escaped annihilation. Itiusia admits witn his son, Calvin Hendrick, for some aro understod to have been mined, nnd being obllsrcd to retire, but declares time, tiled last Wednesday evening. tho maritime world had been Informed that her urmioj are intact. He had beeu sick lor some time. His under what conditions tho ports of It is reported that a dispatch has may bo entered by been received conveying Information remains were taken uear Sample where these countries vessels. Only in caso ship- that a British transport bringing tie was laid to rest in the Lyons tamily merchant ping has not been notllled that a har- troops to France, was sunk In tho EngRev. Cox conducted the grave) aid. bor has been mined by tho government lish chntmcl. Tho news has been postservices at the grave. conti oiling It can tho government ed nt tho newspaper olllces and has kev. J. E. Meng, ot Louisville, tile which laid tho mines bo held responsi- caused great rejoicing In tho capital. pastor ol the Hapttsl chuicll, will (ill Ills ble for disaster to shipping ns a result A messago from Inuisbruck says of these mines. The German governpulpit Saturday and Sunday. that Austrin is preparing to emulate ment has Issued many announcements Germany by torpedoing merchant Circuit Court adjourned last Friday. of rules and regulations for entering ships In tho Adriatic, and Is only to his German mined Judge J. K. Layman returned sinco tho war awaiting decisive orders from Berlin. harbors home in Elizabetlitown. began. It is reported that tho two emperors Tho Evelyn was last reported oft will confer shortly near the frontier. James Durham and daughter, Mhs Cora Durham, moved last Friday to Beachey Head on Feb. 15 and should j A dispatch from Petrograd says that havo reached tho position off Borkum tho effort of tho Germans to annihilate their farm. island, whero bho was sunk, not more tho Russians In East Prussia has been daughter have re- than two dayti later. Mr. Zeigler and definitely foiled and that Russian returned to their home in Oregon after Sho put Hi at Rotterdam and then inforcements aro now taking the offenvisit to James Durham and proceeded up the Dutch coast towara sive In two mouths northern Poland. tho mouth of the Weser, on which rlv-- , other relatives. Tho French war ofllco announces Intho capturo of nn entlro line of GerMrs. Jesse I'ayne, of Irvington, was er tho city of Hremen is located. asmiich as tho Germans must havo man trenches north of Pertho3, in the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary C. wanted the cargo of cotton badly, It 1 Champagne, nnd tho repulse of attacks Heston, last Thursday. presumed tual sho had n pilot aboard which tho Germain havo delivered oi It is reported that Mr. uud Mrs. Mar- at tho tljno sho wns struck, to guldo the heights of tho Mouse. shall Norton, of liarned, will occupy her through the mine fields. At least that Is tho view of her owners, and It BANKER James Durham's property. PRISON GOES TO Is supposed that If sho wni sunk by a Rev. Robert Johnson filled his pulpit mine It must have been nuo that had at the M. E. church Sunday niorniug brokon loose, u danger against 'which Wrecks Bank and Is Convicted For a Long Term. and evening. tho skill of tho pilot could not prevail. Frankfort, Ky. (Special): George of Robert Weathcrford, the merchant Alexander of the defunct banking Harned, was in towu Friday. Correction. house of Georgo B. Aloxandor & Co., Prof. T. S. Williams has returned of Paris, Ky., has arrived at tho stato names of Sophomores were given reformatory The from a business trip to Cincinnati. and begun serving his as Juniors and the Junior name omitted term of eight to seventy years tor emMisses Eliza Miller and Ruth Kinch in Honor Roll in last week's issue. bezzlement and altering tho bank's eloe have returned from Louisville Junior Mary Owen Oele. books. where they have beeu attendiug busiSophomore Forrest I) Weatherholt, Aloxandor was accompanied to tho college. ness reformatory by his wlfo and daughter. Emily L. Heid. They made the trip from Purls In an Miss Mildred Moorman, of Glen Dean, automobile. was Sunday's guest of her sister, Mist. It Pays to advertise in The Louise Moorman, at Mrs. I'. W. PeyBreckenridge News. Now is the time to subscribe ton's boarding house. hr 2950 3040 6540 Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Ordor Snow Drift, Bob White or Extra Fancy g flour from your grocer. This will reduce tho high cost of living. Self-Risin- Energy Hardinsburg Mill and Elivator Co,, Kardlnsburg Ky, j' AMERICAN SHIP The family of J. B. Biggs, of Louis ville, will arrive Thursday to make their home here. Friends are glad to wel come them back. The school is progressing steadily un der Mr. II. R. Kirk and his corps of teachers. The campus will be improved and the interior will be beautified before another school term Attention Fishermen! IS SUNK BY MINE Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days Tour dru relit will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Plies ln6 to 14 dara. The first application gives Ease and Rett 50c. Large Building Is Moved Eight Miles Over Water. An unusual piece of house moving was recently accomplished at Clevehalf-stor- y land, Ohio, when a three-andbuilding, occupied by a yacht club, was blocked up on barges and towed eight miles over Lake ICrie to a nciv site on an Island in Rocky River. The structure Is 02 by 7S ft in size, and placed an aggregate weight on the three scows which were employed of approximately IliO tons. The largest of the barges, 40 ft. wide and iL'O ft. in length, was lashed in the middle and supported bO per cent of the load. A picture of the building during its re moval is a feature of the March Pop-a Ship us your Fresh Fish, Turtles, and Eels. Big demand Top Prices. We also receive Poultry and Eggs. Address West End Fish Market 1613 West Market St. Louisville, Ky. semi-annua- LET ME Sell you a farm, or a blacksmith shop, or a store and stock of goods or trade you shop or the store for a farm. Any old way to get up a trade. I can sell you an improved farm in Oklahoma or in Florida or I can sell you raw land in Florida, in a new place, where you can live easy and a long time and make money. Let me tell you about the Florida proposition. ! j ular Mechanics Magazine. Eczema spreads rapidly; itching almost drives you mad. For quick relief, Doan's Ointment is well recommend ed. 50c at all stores. C. L. Hardinsburg, BEARD, Kentucky Correction. d , -' Dear Mr. Babbage: Please correct in your next issue of The Breckmridge News your mistake of last week. Mrs, Joe Wilson, of Caunelton, is not a sister 9 years old, perfectly safe for children, Good saddler. Price $50 of the late Thomas Goatley. He only has the two sisters living, Miss Xau C. H. CLAYC0MB, Webster, Ky. Goatley and Mrs Tene Schroeder, both of Boyd, Iud., and two brothers, Mr. James Goatley, of Boyd, and Mr. Ike Goatley, of Great Bend, Kansas. The Baptist Missionary Society ;vas And oblige, g at I delightfully entertained at the home ot MRS. T. GOATLEY. Mrs. J. B. Heriidon on last Tuesday The Sure afternoon. Growing Kind Notice. The beautiful home ot Mrs. Adelle Conniff, on Map e avenue, was the Persons writing, should always sign Buy them from your local seed daalcr, scene of much merriment and joy last name. Also give three facts in your If hecan't Eupplyyou, wrlta u direct. Monday evening. LOUISVILLE Her daughter, Miss Items, name, time and place. "Miss SEED CO. 2nd and Main Louisville. Ky. Margaret Coiunff, entertained at 500, tiusie Jones cilled on Mr. Tom Smith" followed by a luncheon. The following is not news, 'tis only gossip. The guests were present: Misses Mary Breckenridge News wants news and Alexander, Eliza Piggott, Jessye Brady, always glad to receive it from subBIG SPRING. Nelle Smith, Guedry Bramlette, Mary scribers. Henry; Messrs. George Huff, Paul Wilson, Robert Lyons, Milton Green, Jack Miller went to Louisville Wed. Weeping Willows. Harry CouuifT, Hubert Lyons and Dr. The weeping willow, so called (sci- nesday to sell his tobacco. Iv. A. Lex, Miss Smith won most entific namo S. babylonlca), is a naMiss Maud Scott returned home scores. George Huff was the reccipieut tive of China, from which country it Thursday from Vine Grove where she has been tnken over most of the civi- has been visiting of a booby prize. her sister, Mrs. Will lized earth. It varies in height and A joint meeting of the missionary Miller. dimensions nccordlng to climate and societies will be held nt the Presbyterian Miss Ada Meador's warehouse was Invariably maintains its soil and church Thursday afternoon. drooping habit, the chief cause of its destroyed by fire Thursday night. The A. H. Newall, a representative of attractiveness. New York American. loss was very heavy on Jack Miller, as Woolsou Spice Co., Toledo, Ohio, gave a he had a quantity of tobacco in the Not Always Suppressed. coffee demonstration at Haynes Trent's bouse. 1 "Times have changed for tho better. last Wednesday, Miss Janie Luster won C. C. Martin went to Louisville WedIs no longer alTorture, for Instance. u pound of coffee in the guessing contest nesday. lowed." Miss Eva Payne left Monday for LouMrs. J. W. Harden was burled Wed"I don't know about that There are isville to take items in the millinery line. four families In this npartment whose nesday. She died in St. Louis. BaltiIrviugtoiiiaus in Louisville last week: children take music lessons." The Ladies' Aid met at the M. E. Mesdames J. T. Johnson and Julius more American. church Friday evening to plant flowers. Sippel; Miss Elizabeth Crider, and II J, Miss Essie Robertson and Mr. Ed. The Duke Struck It. Krcbs. "The duke was about bankrupt when Compton were married at the home o Mrs. Newborn Gardner spent Wednes he married Miss Mlllyuns." the bride Thursday night, Rev. Deacon day iu Guston with her parents, Mr. "Then you don't think It was a love officiating; match?" Mrs. James Smith. The Baptists will have preaching at "No; it was n safety match from the Dr. E, A, Lex was in Louisville Mon-da- y New York their church Sunday. dulco's point of vlow." celebration, of his mother's for the Globe. birthday anniversary. For croup or sore throat, use Dv, Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Two sires, 25c The friends of J, K. Bramlette are and SOc. At all drug stores. glad to know he is convalescent. Shetland Pony For Sale! Buy Gold Med&h rieia SEEPS Try the "Want" Columnl 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 that cold in one night