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No. 35 KILLED 65,000 Pounds Sold at Hardinsburg Yesterday Quality Poor Prices Steady Tobacco Sold for $1.40'to $10 per Hundred. Next Sale Next Tuesday, March 9th. B. F. DEARD, President. OFFICERS: PAUL COMPTON, Cannier. M. II. K1NCIIELOE, Assistant Cashier Harry Helt Victim of Accident While at Work on L, H. & St Condensed Statement of L Trestle Near McQuady. Irviiiglon, March t. HarSpecial. ry Helt, n member of the bridge crew of the L., II &St. L R. R. Co., was killed near McQuady Saturday morning, by a falling piece of timber. Mr. Helt arrived from Walters, Okln., three weeks ago, and had worked with the crew just one week. I le was twenty-fou- r years of age, leaves n wife and two children, mother, a brother and two sisters. Mr. Helt lived here when a boy, but left for Oklahoma ten years ago mid this was his first trip to his old home. The funeral was held from the Baptist church Monday morning, the Rev. Hutchinson conducted the services. The burial took place at Cedar Hill cemetery Friends extend deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones, especially the young wife and mother, who are amongst strangers. The Bank of Hardinsbu rg & Trust Co. At the Close of Business February 25, 1915. RESOURCES The Breckinridge Loose Leaf ToLoans and Discounts $355,470.04 3,357.63 74,953,81 1,799.27 239.49- bacco Company had a smaller sale than usual yesterday, however, the prices were steady, but the quality of the tobacco was poor. Come early to the sale next Tuesday, March 9th. BANQUET GIVEN BY YOUNG MEN Of D. Behen, superintendent of the Methodist Sunday school, responded and made a toast to the class which made them appreciate themselves and their fellow men. He paid tribute to men, tc their mothers and to the One, whom they should love and honor by kindly dealings with each other. Owen Berry, created an up roar when he was called on for a toast ''I have had lots of experiences," said Mr. Berry, "but this has got my goat. I will say a few words If you boys promise to leave the glasses on the tabic." After tho laughter had subsided Mr. Berry told them sincerely how glad he was they were all there and truly hoped they would all help to make the class bigger and better. Chas. Jackson expressed his pleasure In being present at the banquet and a determination., to- - come to- Sunday Mr; Jackson school every Sunday. was one of the four fathers present, who not only attend Suuday school, but have little sons who come with them. David B. Phelps smilingly glanced up and down the table and spoko for the whole crowd when he extended thanks to the committee for the ex cellent way in which the banquet was served. Later In the evening the chairman, Mrs. W. C. Frank, was "Ladies and called on for a toast gentlemen," she responded, "l am here with, great pleasure this evening because when I married I promised to serve." Those who assisted Mrs Frank were: Misses Susette Sawyer, Anna Edmondson, Lenora McGavock Ermine Virginia Cowherd, Mildred Overdrafts Cash on Hand Real Estate (Farm lands) . . . , Banking House and Lot Charged off. Furniture and Fixtures Charged off. Other Assets not mentioned above . Ira NEW MASONIC At TEMPLE Total Capital Stock Paid Surplus Undivided Profits Deposits Total in- - LIABILITIES the Comrade Class Thursday Night Covers Set For Twenty-NEIegant ine Members Menu. ADDRESSES MADE. SPLENDID Very respectfully, , ..... DIRECTORS: .... Dr. A. M. Klncheloe. $435,820.24 Hardinsburg Will Be Dedicated March 13 Brecken-ridg- e County Masons to Attend. Hardinsburg, Feb. 27. Special. The new temple of llreckinridge Lodge No. 67, 1 & A. M., will be dedicated on Saturday night, March 13, 1915, livery Mason in this and adjoining counties are earnestly requested to be present, llro. T. J. Adams, Deputy Grand Master of Grand Lodge of Kentucky, and Superintendent of Widows' and Orphans' Home will haw charge of the dedicatory exercises. Will also have work in the third degree. All Master Masons welcome. Come. $ 50,000.00 Invited 28,000.00 7,025.48 350,794.76 $435,820.24 PAUL COHPTON, Cashier. The Comrade Class of the Methodist Sunday school, of this city, cave an elegant banquet Thursday night. The guests wero received in the Sunday school room where the banquet table was arranged. The decorations were In "the class colors, black and gold", with several pretty plants used In the appoin, merits. Crepe paper streamers of black and gold were suspended from the electric liirhts. The tilano music was generously furnished by Miss Anna Edmondson, and the sor.g, 'The Little Church In the Wildwood" Tvas rendered by eight Comrades. After a grand march tho guests found their places at the table and while all were standing an invocat on was offered by the Uev W. C. Frank, teacher and organizer of the Comrades. Enimett Edmondson, president of the class, acted as tostmaster of the even Ing. Mr. Edmondson said in part: This is the happiest time of my life, and I am glad to welcome you all here, gladder will I be to see you here again, and gladdest of all will I be to see you here all the time. I think we have the best young men's class in Kentucky and I know we have the best teacher. (Applause.) I hope you all will come to Sunday school Sunday and bring some one with you. - B. F. Beard. C. V. Robertson. M. D. Beard. Willis Green. Paul Compton, llcioir3 spell broke and Mr. Pierce said serl; ously, "I hope you all will come to Sun ORATORIGALGOHTEST day school every time you can. I will try to." Andrew Ashby told his fellow Com Meets at Brandenburg-Franc- is racies now delighted he was to see Dillon Wins Ten Dollar Gold them present and gave a toast most complimentary to the class. Piece--Recep- tion in His The Rev. Mr. Frank gave the con Honor. eluding remarks: "This Is ono of the few entertainments we hope to give. Next time, the plan will be larger with The Oratorical Contest of the Fourth an increased guest list. Invitations Congressional District Oratorical As will be extended to the wives and .soclation vrui held at Brandenburg Fri sweethearts. If you haven't a girl, be day evening, February 2(5. There were looking out for one." coutestauts from Brandenburg, Eliza- He complimented the work of Air. bethtown, Fordhville and Hardinsburg, Edmondson, Mr. Uerry and Chas. The judges were: Rev. Homer W. Cur Fallon, secretary. Mr. Fallon Is also penter, pastor of the Christina church treasurer. Ambition for a great and uf Shelbyviile, Ky.; Miss Mattie li splendid record for the Comrades was Reid, of the English department of the e of the the teacher's and Western Normal School, Bowling pastor's address. Green, Ky., and Miss Sweeney, teacher At the banquet the young men pres- of English in the Jeffersonville High ent were as follows: Joe Hoss, Kuther School. The judges pronounced all Pate, Donald Smith, Jess Bohlcr, the orations above the ordinary, but Oscar Holder, Chas. Jackson, Darnell their unanimous decision was that our Gregory, David Phelps, Ira Behen, representative, Mr. J. Francis Dillon, Libon Smith, Chas. Fallon, Vivian had easily won. The medal, a ten- Pierce, Audrew Ashby, Couley Ar dollar gold piece, was presented to him nold, Elmer Hotllous, Jess Hall, Norris when the decision was announced. Robertson, Marion Denton, Earl Bohler, Many compliments were passed upon Harry Uerry, Raymond May, Robert him and his careful training. One of Aklns, Mike Tucker, Horace Tucker, the judges, who has had considerable Emmett Edmondson, John Hall, Owen experience In this kind of work, In Berry, Stanley Brown, Rev. W. C. sisted that we send him to the State Frank. Contest in Lexington next spring. This is the first time Hardinsburg has won, Beautiful Selection For everyone Is proud of Dillon and the key-not- BURHST0J1EATH Mrs. Wavy Saunders, of T Of Tar the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs at Elizabeth-tow- n Next Week. Fork Neighborhood, Loses Her Life In the Flames. Mrs. Wavy Saunders, of near Tar Fork, burned to death Friday. She was poping corn when her clothing became ignitid and she quickly burned to a crisp. Mrs. Saunders is survived by her husThe interment took place at band. Harnett burying ground. Babbage, Jeannette Burn and Louise Babbagc. "Now laugh and show your Ignor ance," said Vivian Pierce, when he began his toast. One shriek of laugh ter after another followed at his at' tempt to "speachifv" Finally the The second district, meeting of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs will be held in the Masonic Temple, Klizabethtown, Thursday, .March II. Mrs diaries Chamberlain, of Irvington, district Chairmin, will preside. A number of prominent Federation women Mr. Holder Returns. are ou the program, among them Mrs. W. Thos. Jefferson Smith, Holder returned to Mrs. Lafon Rlker, and Mrs. Richard II. Lacey. his home in St. Louis this week The popular problems of the day will after it ploasint visit to his pnr-ent- s, be discussed. Mr. mid .Mrs. Thos. Hohler. O.-c- ar Mr. Fitch III. J. M. Fitch has been ill of grip at his home in Second street for two weeks and is slowlv improving. Mr. Fitch has' always enjoyed health and his friends will be sorry to learn of his condition. Mr. Holder suffers from indices tion but improved while drinking tho tur wntor here. Gibson's Kwality Kounts NT Sale. D $ 7 80 W. II. Gibson's sulo lit his farm near Irvington, Inst Thursday, Sells Three Cars Stock. was well attended and nearly ev Beard Bros., Hardinsburg, shipped erything sold at satisfactory prices. last week two cars of cattle to the talo amounted to .800, all Packing Co., Iivansvllle, Ind., Tho and one car of hogs to Vlssraan & Co. , cash. D. W. Ilonry was tho crior and Josso Payne, clork. Louisville. Sells Our Flour, Meal and Feed Patent Flour, per barrel Golden Grain Flour, por barrel Meal, por bushel , Bran and Shorts Mixed, per ton ..... Cotton Seed Meal, por ton Our New Mixed Feed, por ton, only We Pay 7 40 1 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 school. A public reception will be given In "Now the Day Is Over" will be honor of Mr. Dillon by Prof, and Mrs. rendered next Sunday night at the William and the Literary Society, of Methodist church. This is an anthem which he was a member. The recepof several charming parts and this' tion will take place Friday evening, announcement Is made in the Interest March 5, from 8 to 10 o'clock. All are cordially invited. of those who love music. A Next Sunday Night. Notice To Our Patrons and Friends a great deal of trouble with the mail service on the Branch for the last two weeks; in fact, we have received no local or registered mail for more than a week. However, we have the assurance of the Chief Clerk of Railway Mail Clerks, Louisville, Ky., that the trouble will be relieved within the next few days and we hope you will be patient with us and we will assure you our prompt service as soon as the trouble is remedied. Yours very truly, 3jtif E have been having V .. Chris Neaubauer Bright Future. III. W. S Ashby, of thn Highland Nursery, near Cloverport, was in the city Saturday. When asked concerning the prospects of young orchards being planted, he said the outlook Is good. The farmers have found by experience that they need something else besides tobacco, and that fruit Is not only profitable but essential to the health of any community. That farmers should be very careful to select the variety ot fruit best suited to their locality, and then care for their trees and in a very few years they would learn that Hancock could produce something else be sides tobacco that would be a money i tr nuncocK Freight on 400 Pounds or more Give Us a Call THE CASH MILL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Let Us Have Your Orders Chris Neaubauer is HI of tuberculosis at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Neaubauer, in Hrecken- ridge Addition. The physicians give him a great deal of encouragement. He s a young man of energy and high ideals, who deserves to get well and strong again Leaves For Virginia. McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. Miss Annie Raltt leaves this week for an extended' visit to her nephew, John Raltt, of Roanoke, Va., and her many friends ars wishing her a pleasant trip. Mr. Raltt recently lost his wife and ' was left with three small sons. crop. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., By Paul Compton, Cashier st t JAMES D. BUCK IS CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNORSHIP Mrs. Dick Pnte wascnlltd to the bed side of her mother, Mrs. Rose Pate, on Clover creek, who Is very &lck with pneumonia. The members of the B. W. M. S. are Invited to meet with Mrs. H. B. Moor man at her home In Harned Saturday, March 0. Every one Is cordially in vlted, and the president earnestly re quests the members to be present as we have business of Importance to BARGAINS! 78JARGAINS arevvhat you want and that is what we are giving you this week. We are always right on the spot when it comes to BARGAINS. Every article we are offering in this bargain sale is worth much more money ' 15 1 transact. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Vnnr ilninlil will refund money il PAZO OINTMENT (till to cure any cue of Itching, Blind, Bltfdlmor Protruding Pile In6 to Hdara. The lint application glre Kaie and Rett. Me. than we are pricing it at. Several yards of plaid Ratine, former price 35c; while it lasts, cut to HARDINSBURG. Without the Bible man would be in the midst of a sandy desert, surrounded on all sides by a dark and Impenetrable horizon. Daniel Webster. George W. Evans has gone to Lewis port and Troy for a visit. Mr. Evans has been on the sick list for several weeks and has not been able to be at 4 Bgi An assortment of Waist Patterns in Silks and Ratine on special sale this week. Come in, look them over; Buy and Save Money. We have a new and up-to-date the store. Russell Hook, while cranking his broke his machine last Wednesday, right arm In two places. Messrs. W. J. Piggott, D. C. Heron and Charlie Hook, of Irvlngton, were here Friday and attended the Good Koads meeting. It certainly is time to take up the good roads question, for we need them in Breckinridge county. Morris C, Klncheloe was in Louisville last week and accompanied the remains of his grandfather, Mr. Robert Smith, home for burial. W. D. Smith, of West View, was in town last Friday. Mr. Smith always has something to say about the Sunday- School work in the county, and is ever ready to plan for the betterment of the schools. Miss Eloise Hook, who graduated in the business school at Bowling Green, has taken a position in the office of B. F. Beard & Co. 's store. Miss Eliza Milter, who has taken a business course at Creiger's in Louis ville, has gone into Attorney Claud Mercer's law office. Mrs. Geo. W. Evans will leave for Louisville today to purchase the spring stock of millinery for B. F. Beard & Co. M. D. Beard left Monday for Chicago to buy the spring stock of goods lor his firm. On his return they will have an line of Children's and Ladies' Ready-Mad- e Gingham Dresses and Aprons and Children's Rompers The very garments you need for Spring. They are good patterns and are serviceable. A Big Shipment of the nicest patterns of spring Ginghams just received. We invite you to come in and look them over and select that new dress now while the assortment is opening. Editor John U. Babbage, of Clover-por- t, attended the Good Koads Conven lion Friday. Boost the good roads and our County Judge for taking so much interest iu this question. Judge 1). I) Dowell made a busine.s trip to Louisville last week. William Evans spent Saturday and Sunday with Harold Smith at Hensley. The county Sunday School officers are planning for Sunday School In stitute to be held some time during JAMES D. BLACK. April. Two or three State workers 1914. Kj H 23, Barbourvllle. will be present and everything will be very much wrought up over the ar- done to make it an interesting meeting. 1 Judge IJ. IJ. Dowell and Mrs Dowell rangements made in regard to the weie the guests of friends at Garfield mails. We are having worse ervice for the week end. than we ever h id thirty vears ago when Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman has we depended 00 the stage coach servreturned from a business trip to Louisice. La.t week we only had one mail, ville. Miss LeGrand and f!r. Bullock the week btfore three. If something The Sans Souci Club spent a very Mary at Corydo- n- Barnes Sale isn't done to correct it, we had better pleasant afternoon witli Mrs W. A. have it changed irom the trains back to Wednesday of last week. a Big Success- - Mrs. Pate III. the old style of carrying it horseback Walker Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor spent last through by land. Mr. Willis, of the "Record Press," delivered his papers week in Custer with friends. SLOW MAIL SERVICE. Walter Moorman, of Glen Dean, is a Friday "by hand." 11 James I). Illack, of Barbourvllle, Knox County, has Issued the following statement announcing his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor In the Primary Election, August 7, 1915. iH'inociats of Kentucky; Recognizing, in the fullest sense, your rlglft to choose at the Primary Election to be held in August, 1915, those whom you liiefer to he the candidates of the party to he voted for at the general election In next November, I am a candidate, subject to your will to ho expressed nt said Primary Election, for the nomination for Lieutenant Governor on the Democratic ticket. 1 am Induced, in a measure, to make this announcement by a deslro of my own to servo the people of our splendid State In the capacity of Lieutenant Governor, and also. In a measure, by suggestions of a few individuals whose personal and political friendship Is real and in whose My past fealty to the Demojudgment I have and ought to have confidence. cratic party may be accepted by 3 oil, I confidently trust, as a sufficient guaranty that I shall, whether nominated or not, give to the ticket you may name and the principles for which our party stands, very faithful support, for that course has been my habit at all times since reaching legal age. If nominated and elected Lieutenant Governor, I promise you and the people of Kentucky to bring to the discharge of the duties of the olllce the very besc service of which I may be capable. Whether or not I am equipped to properly I submit that to your Judg-medischarge those duties, It is not for me to Bay. and decision. I believe in a just and wise economy In public as well as in private business, and cordially agree that no one should bo entrusted with responsible oltlre who is not able and willing to perform his whole dut to the public whose interests ho asks to be commissioned to serve. I beluuo tlio.se on whom the Constitution places the duty and responsibility of leglhlatlon for the people of the State ought to industriously employ the time the General Assembly may be in session, to needed legislation, complete that as quic kly as a proper regard for tho best Interests of tho State will permit, and then adjourn, diligently avoiding every unnecessary expense to tho people. I have no doubt that those who have to do in an olllcial way with the money of tho community, or charged with tho administration of public affairs, ought to act In relation to such, according to that high standard which the most prudent, careful, Just and Intelligent exercise In the conduct of their private business. If elpcted Lieutenant Governor, that standard shall he my guide In the labor the law assigns to me. In submitting my candidacy, I invit the scrutin "f t'v leuple or Kentucky as to my lltness for the prefer-Bln- t Very respectfully, thus soiiglii good. Big Reduction on Men's Clothing! We are making a big reduction on a special line of Men's Clothing this week and can save you money if you BUY NOW. We have left, just a few of the 48c Hats; You had better get Yours before they are gone Ladies' Shirt Waists for 75c, $1.00, $1.25; can't be beat for the money Keep a Look-o- ut For Our Spring Opening Ad. :r B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG, frequent visitor to our town, G. A. Wright, ot McQuady, ami others, were repairing the country tele phone line last Friday. J. T. Smith worked in lrvington pt the blacksmith trade last week for King brothers. Mrs. Allen Edelen, who has been the guest of her father, B. F. Beard, will conclude her visit this week and return to her'home at Burgin. Miss Miua Pate, of Clover Creek neighborhood, is visiting her sister?, Mrs. H. J. Roberts and Mrs. Herbert Hall. Some marriage licenses issued during February: James B. Basham to Flora Bramlett, Eli Blair to Iva E. Lyon, to Mallnda E. Simon P. Robbins Basham, Ira Dowell to Susan Durbin, John Lucas to Mary Hinei, Carl L. Homer Meador to Jessie Bowman, Board to Myrtle Ramsey, Denver Davis to Kfiie Amies, Shelton Hardaway to Eula R. Chappell, Eugene S. Purcell to :- -. :- -: KENTUCKY 0 THEY ALUMi IT ' Nice Line of i Cloverport, Like Every City and Town in the Union, Receives It. People with kidney Ills want to be cured. When one suffers the tortures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for. There are many remedies today that relieve, but not permanently. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results to thousands. Here Is proof of merit irom this vicinity. W. M. Young, farmer, R. F. D. No. 3, Hawesvllle, Ky., says: "One of my family had pains in her sides and across the small of her back. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills so highly recommended In the local papers, she got a supply at Oelze's Drug Store and began using as directed. In a short time, she was cured. She hasn't had any further need of a kidney remedy." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Mll-bur- GROCERIES! the The stork rominie Pool February '2i, and left a b.tby boy, James Lester. Mii Lrena LeGrand and Frank Bullock .surprised their Iriends last Tuesday by going to Corjdon, lad., and getting married. They have the congiatul itious of their many friends. Mrs. Abe llruuer is with her daugh ter, Miss Myra Ilruner, ut McQuady. Miss Myra is quite sick witli measles. Miss Ollie Mair is iu Louisville the guest of her .sister, Mrs. Edna Lyous. Mr. uud Mrs. Thurman Smith, of Louisville, who came down to attend the luueral of his brother, Robert A. Smith, stopped oil he.e to be with relatives for a short visit. Mrs. D. IJ. Do well, of Ilardinsburg, is visiting relatives here. William Evans Is visitiug Harold Smith at llensly. Quite u number from here attended the funeral of R. A. Smith ut Ilardins-burSunday. Rev. Leslie Dellart has been called to the Baptist church for the coming year. He will pteach on Sunday nights 'JZ. from now on. Charles Barnes' sale last week was a success from start to finish. With large crowds in attendance each day. lie received fourteeu cases of eggs the first day, paying l'J eeuts per dozen. This means several extra dollars iu the pockets of the housewives. Taylor Miugus left for Illinois lust Mr-.- , g home of Mr. and Meat Lard Fine Canned Goods, Sugar, Flour and other Substantial Best in the Grades and at Reasonable Prices Highest Cash Price Paid For Country Produce Your Trade Solicited Wake up buJMes l..ir.F Emma Gray. ! The Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of Business. Ring up on the Bell. You may talk about dull times 'till you lose your breath but it won't help matters, save your breath to talk into your Bell Telephone. Ring up old customers, then start on a fresh list of prospects, there is no quicker way none that saves more time or expense. If you haven't a Bell Telephone, get one now. Call the Business office for rates. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED Mrs. Judith DeJarnette was called to Bera to be with her daughter, Mrs. E. B. English, who is to be operated on Mr. Young recommends. for appendicitis. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Miss Josle Butler, postmistress at Klngswood, was in town Monday. School Play Attracts. n J. A. Matthews Glen Dean, Ky. The following relatives came to at tend the funeral services of Mr. Robert Smith: Mr. and Mrs. Orrln Hardin and children, Illtes Run; Kev. and Mrs. D. W. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Smith, L. L. Smith, Louisville; Mr and Mrs. D, H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Smith, Tom Gregory, Garfield, Mr. und Mrs. H. U, Moorman, Harned. Miss Mabel Howard, of Glen Dean, was in town Saturday the guest of friends. W. J. Robertson, of Glen Dean, mnde a business trip to town Saturday, Our town Is proud that our own High School boy, Francis Dillon, won in the People were turned away from the play given by the school Monday evening tu celebration of Washington's birthday, us the theater was crowded. Only the grades took part In the exer. cises aud the part acted by each one was in accordance with the event. Jf CIOI3l000C30I3lb Walls & Trent Don't Drench Horses. week. Several from here attended the play given lu Hardiusliurg last Monday eight. People ou the "Branch Road" are Use Farris Colic Remedy. Simply drop It on the horse's tongue with the medicine dropper that is furnished with every SO cts. bottle. Cures fifty-nitimes out of sixty, and the women can give it when you are away. oritorical contest at Brandenburg last Money back if it falls. For sal at ne Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardlnsburg, folgocjifolloBolfi : Ky. BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Friday night. Wtddlng't Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. OIL INDUSTRY TO BE REVOLUTIONIZED Will mm r Increase Gasoline Output Costs TjPcia Bakes nt A 200 Per Gent. Washington. (Special) Tho an nounccment by Secretary of Interior Lnno of the dlscovory by tho United States bureau of mines of two chemical processes, which It Is claimed, will be of tremendous Importance to tho oil Industry. Tho first of these processes promises to enablo tho Independent refiners In this country to Increase their output ot gasollno from petroleum 200 per cent, 'more, according to Secretary Lane, who added: "With an estimated production" oh tho part of' the 'Independent refiners ot 12,000,000 barrels of gasoline In a year, this will mean an output from Independents alono of barrels greater than the total production today from all sources." The second process Includes the Manufacture from crudo petroleum ot what Is known chemically as toluol and bcniol, both of which have been heretofore obtained from coal Ur. As Germany has specialized far beyond ether countries in byproducts from eoal, the United States and the rest of the world have been dominated by that country as regard those products are the important bases for the production of dyestuffs and high explosives, and especially smokeless powder. tHv' m VSHHi CALUMET BAKING POWDER 7.'::::i oeiter Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Mi ,3m onc t,,ins 'ou nre looking for in these ilays of high living'' cost Calumet insures n wonder ful savlnc In your baking1. But it docs more. Breckinridge Bank. f The oat market ECONOMY-t,m- t's uahm Power to. raised food. It Insures wholesome food.tasty Calumet Is made rleht to sell right to bake right. Ask onc of the millions of women who use it or ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World' Pur Food Exposition, Clik.ro, BL Exposition, Fram., March, 1912. SEED OATS 2 Pi is going higher every day keeping company with wheat. have bought a limited amount early. Offer good prices We itririnaycimprW-caUfMirr- . -iot wUImmm ftrtt lot rtsalts. Calnwt Dn'l k nUad. Bir( b isr rtriar lo wir miXk We keep the No. puichased J. D. Seaton's farm. the title stuck in my craw and it cured to me that it was a mighty good I A. L. Atwood has been quite sick but I i t juuuu lur sttiesiniiu. ir.. ace pcuiic is Improving. iuu don't always buy goods on logic. Half Silas Miller, Jr., and Herbert Jarboe the orders you get Is where the buyer attend the Fourth District Oratorical just takes a notion to give it. Of course contest at Brandenburg Friday night. your goods and prices have got to be Logan Hickerson, Republican can right, but half the time it's the per didate for Representative, was in Harsonal element that turns the scale you dinsburg Saturday, never can tell. The way to do is to go Mrs. Cornelia Miller Is visiting her after everything, like Hal Chase plays first base, .see. Aud you can bet your son, D. S. Miller. Miss Effie Hendrick visited Mrs. Mar bottom dollar that tilings are so con stituted that a hard day's work will get gartt Atwood last week. results in the end." Keep Your Bowels Regular. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head As everyone knows, the bowels nre Because of Its tonic and laxative effect. IIKOMO QUININE Is belter than ordinary the sewerage system of the body, and Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor rineine In bead. Remember the full name and it is of the greatest importance that look lor the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c. they move once each day. If your bowels become coustipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supNEW BETHEL. per and they will correct the disorder. Obtainable everywhere. Mr. James Hendrick died at the home of his son, Calvin Hendrick, in Hardins burg, February I7, 1015, after an ill- LONG NEWSY LETTER ness of only a few weeks from stomach trouble. Mr. Hendrick was in his 74th year at the time of his death. He is FROM STAR survived by two children, Mrs. Jesse K. Miller, of Cloverport, and Calvin Hendrick, Jr , town marshal of HardinsSevburg. It can truly be said he was a Smallpox Under Control man that had no enemies. The remains eral Young Women Enter were laid to rest beside his wife who Fine Schools Burial of D. M. preceeded him to the grave some eight years ago at the Samuel Cox burying Roberts Thursday. ground near here. After several days of painful suffering from getting something lodged in his INTERESTING PERS0NALN0TES windpipe a little son of Mr. and Mrs. Raffo Wlnchell died February lO. The J. W. Hall, who has been ir. declinremains were interred in St. RomualJs ing health for some time, is thought to cemetery at Hardinsburg. he slightly better. D. 1. Roberts' children have the Miss Francis Severs, of Louisville, measles. is spending two weeks with her mother, Mr. land Airs. M. P. Compton, of Miss Fanny B. Severs, and family. Hardinsburg, visited at W. L. Seaton's Mrs. S. W. Bassett, who has been ill, Sunday. is improving. Harry and James Seaton left Friday Miss Virginia Helm Mllner, who is night for Alexis, 111. attending G. H. S., Louisville, was Mrs. Mason Hendtlck and daughters, the week end guest of her parents, Dr. Misses Effie and Hattle, were guests of Wm. Mllner and Mrs. Mllner. Mrs. J. D. Seaton Friday. Miss Brook Hall, of Logansport, Ind , Amos Miller, of Cloverport, visited and L. B. Hall, Chenault, Ky., are his uncle, A. L. Atwood, last week. visiting their father, J. W. Hall. D. C. Walls, of Hardinsburg, has Mis Hallle Severs contemplates a oc- LAXA-TIV- Northern White Oats in new, even weight, 5 bu., branded bags Alfalfa Horse and Mule Feed and Sucrene for cows Cheapest feed you can feed now BUY NOW! Application has been made by Dr. Rlttman, on behalf of tho federal government, to patent these processes in order to prevent any monopoly In their use, the patents to be dedicated to the American people. Specific Against Colds. "If theie is such a thing as a specific agalnU colds, it is to be found in tho sleeping porch or the open bed room. Next to that comes the cold sponge bath in the morning," says the Youths Be as careful as you can Companion. you will occasionally take cold and A Hay, Oats, Corn, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran, in fact Anything in The Peed Line, Coal and Brick Ask us for Prices and You will Save Money. Office Depot. Cumb. Phone HEST0N, WHITWORTH & CO., : : Hardinsburg, Ky. visit in the near future toiler aunt, Mrs. Smith, and Mr. Smith, of Birmingham, Ala. Dr. Mllner was called to Stephens-pe- rt Thursday to attend Mrs. M. K. McCubblns, who was Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. when you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help in enabling you to get rid of it. Try it. critically ill. Obtainable everywhere. GLEN DEAN. Farmers are beginning to work. Rev. Meng passed here Saturday en route to preach at Hlack Lick church. Mrs. T V. Robertson has returned from Jefterson county where she has been at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Llnam, who is ill. Miss Amanda Dean and her brother, C. W. Dean, went to Loulsvilie Monday. J. R. Meador, who is teach! ug school JON Misses Clyde and Francis Severs enHook on the evening of February 22. A very pleasant time was spent, Miss Lena Brashear, of Frymirc, is the guest of Mrs. S. W. Bassett James Severs, who has a lucrative position in the post olllco at Louisville, spent a few days at home visiting his tertained at Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverport Husincss Bath $1.50 family. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlu Board, Clifton Mills, February s:, a daugh Mon and Shoppers ter Luclle. Jno. D. Still and family expect to move this week to Amnions on the Lewis Perkins farm. Miss Huby Dowell is visit her grandmother, Mrs. Sue Cart, near town. Jesse Curry, the smallpox patient, is still confined to his bed, but Is reported to ne gradually recovering. The family are under quarantine and every effort is being made to arrest the disease in its Initial attack. Urs. Wil- DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... at Cloverport, spent the week end heie. Everybody boost their Sunday School. Suppose we send in the attendance each week to the Ilreckenridge News. Miss Mabel Howard attended the play at Hardinsburg Monday night. Miss Emma Lou Moorman spent Saturday in Louisville and Sunday at Irvington. To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the family system tonic. Price $1.00. DENTIST Office Hours: ? in. to 12 M. m. to 5 p. m. Always In olllco durliiR u lllcc hours Irvington, Ky, The Most Important Thing For a Salesman to Learn. In the March American Magazine Elmer E. Ferris, writing a fiction story of salesmanship entitled, "Bringing Home the Bacon." presents a character who comments as follows on his business: liam Milner and Jno. K. Klncheloe, who attended Curry, pronounce it a well defined case and deserve com mendatlon for their efforts to protect the public from the loathsome disease. The weekly prayer meeting was held at the home of Miss Pink Ricketts Wednesday afternoon. Miss Florence Bruner Is attending Owensbnro College, Owensboro, writes s.ie is much pleased with her school. Mr anil Mrs. Milt McAfee contem- plate moving to Kussellville, where they will placetheir daughter in school. Miss Delia has unusual talent in drawing and they hope to place her under competent teacl.ers. Dr. Milner and Jas. Severs were in Stephensport Monday evening, where the latter was initiated into Masonry, taking the first degree In the Blue Lodge. Mrs Mary 1 Crosson, who has been sick, is out again. R C. Richardson spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rich ardson, returning to Louisville Sunday 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 propertiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood, and Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. WHAT WILL IT BE? night. The body of D. Mc. C. Roberts, who died in the Central State Hospital, Lakeland, Wednesday morning, was brought home Thursday morning. The interment took place in the St Theresa cemeter, near Rhodella, Kev. Able olllciating. Miss Laura Hugh Watlington is in "I have been at it eight years, and let me tip you off to the most Important thing in salesmanship just keep plugging. I got a new motto lately. I went to a theater aud heard a play called 'You Never Can Tell.' It didn't have anything to do with business, but Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Wo pay the postage both ways on all packages N e. or over. Work Prompt Runrantot'd ilnllverlfs In unitary packages. Will crfillt you upon rotorunce. Write for Information. Hotter, still, tend trial IjiiiuIIii. Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. flrst-clusa i Choosing Silver AttutSc desfyu, feonect tfyle. bnlliint " finish, combined with honest value, Bute 1847 ROGERS BROS. silmwaie the choice of diicrimia&ting purchase!!. This name standi for the heaviest grade of plate and eiquisitebeauty of patterns, assuring long yens of service and satisfaction. Its remarkable durability has won it the popular title 'SiluirTialt Soil by India detlcss every-wh- a. Scad Hardinsburg visiting her uncle, N. II. Watlington, and family. V. S. Richardson had an attack of acute indigestion Wednesday night. He is able to be out at this writing. Kev. Ilolfman preached Sunday mortiing and Sunday evening at this placo. He also delivered an address at Shlloh church Sunday afternoon. Miss Mary Robertson is visiting Mrs. in Louisville Paqline Cashman-Alle- n this week. lirtiia L. Cart, who has been so critically 111 for several weeks, Is convalescing. Mrs. Mata Root Dent, of Los Angeles, Cal., expresses herself as being home sick to hear from her old Kentucky itlfuds. She is, however, much In love with her adopted state. 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS LOUISVILLE. KY. L. C. TAULl Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health that WtarsS Proper Treatment For biliousness. For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, Churchvllle, N. Y., was bilious and had sick headache and dizzy spells; Chamberlain's Tablets were the only thing that gave her permanent relief. Obtainable everywhere. Insurance. Old Reliable alliums. 41 Mar to, I CompMlet (Copyright.) THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNO. U. iUBBAGh, Editor and Publisher MARCH 3, 1915 taincd with tho public. Wo may givo to tho world the best wo hnvo, without courting publicity. If you raise a product on your farm this year that you aro really proud of, do not hido it under a bushel basket or put it away in the collar. I or that which you havo succeeded in, may bo tho very thing needed to encourago other farmers in this great work of agriculture. EIGHT PAGES. HUSINK3S, LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additionnl insortion. CAKDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents por lino. OBITUAKIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. D COUNTY JOINS THE GOOD ROADS Will Raise $5,000 and Will Ask State Aid For $5,000 Deal of Enthusiasm and Plans Set at Work to Improve the Public Highways. Where Money Wilt Be Used. Judge Dowell said that his plan was to atk the court to appropriate $3,000 for repairing the Hardinsburg nnd Cloverport pike from the road fund, $1,500 from the Hardinsburg district and $1,500 from the Cloverport district, and a donation oi $2,000 from citizens of Hardinsburg and Cloverport and the Jumers living on the line of the pike. Then he said we will apply to the State for $5,000, making $10,000 to be expended in putting the pike in a con dition that will come up to the plans required by the State law. The proposition ws unanimously en dorsed by the meeting and recommended to the court for their approval,." The couit met in executive session Saturday and approved tho plans, ap propriated :j,000 from the road funds of the First and Second districts and made application tor $5,000 from the State, 1 A splendid cood roads meeting was held at Hardlnsburc last week. It was not largely attended but the enthusiasm was there, and the few present took un PUHE-MIKCHICKENS IN BUECKENKIDGE. active part and showed themselves to in fact. The Fanners Home Journal had an energetic poultry number be good road men meeting of the Fiscal It was a called Inst week. Results of the valuable articles on poultry culture win no Court nnd Judge Dowell invited the d stock and untold, nnd the advertisements of those who havo pure-breand those Interested in good will not only bo money rcalizsrs, but will stimulate roads to meet with them to discuss eggs for poultry movement. A largo illustration ways and means and a better system of progress in the pure-breroad making. showing a view of tho yards where P. M. Heard, of d ww mmmmmw mmwwm mmmmmm m mm c PRUDENT" n ruUcs hN White Leghorns. Wo note with u deal of the increased interest, taken in pure bred poultry culture in Urcckcnridgi! county. It is a great thing to see men and women tiik-ihold of the onnortunities that aro nearest them not only to at tain financial Miccess, but to make a living out of something that they can be proud of. Thousands of men and women to day are making a The way to do this is not to sit buine.-- s of the poultry industry. and wish for a big poultry farm, but to begin on a small .'culo and y ems ago 100 eggs build it up as your business affords. Twenty-fiv- e a year wore considered good laying for one hen, experts havo proyear hen, and aie now trying to produce the hen duced a satif-factioL'00-eggs- was given Ilar-din.sbur- g. Mr. Woods Speaks. Robt. Ii. Woods, of the State Good Roads Association, was present and made a fine address on the subject. His speech was practical and covered every phase of the work, It enthused those present and called out several good speeches on tile subject, all of which rung with the true spirit and the importance of doing something and doing it will and at once. Which of the young men like those in this picture will hold his job if one of them is to be let out? Which one may be discharged if he does not GHANGE his habits? Just this sort of a thing is going on every day with men young men and OLDER ones. Do some THINKING and YOU will put money in our BANK. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. eggs yearly. ROBERT A. SHIT senses of fond hope. I think I see Mr. Smith sitting not on his old porch at W. H. Jenkins in writing of poultry on the farm in the Journal, home, says: "Tlr fannm- cm produce ergs at. u loss costtlnnanvboiyelse. DESSUDDEHLY Ood onb.t at the foot of the throne of High; not mowing his beloved more profit from a hens, he can get With thorougHned, bicd lawn, but loaming through the green With ju.--t u little more atUncle of chicken.-- that ran anyone else. fields of heaven; not sitting beneath of leaving it all to his wife, he can make In Louisville Brought to His ore of tlie old trees planted by his own tention on bis part, it pay. I am not aiming to detract one bit fiom the ability of the Old Home at Hardinsburg For hand, but resting uuder the tree of life; not eating of the npples of his own garwoman to chip for poultry, became I know they understand chickens den, but feasting upon the ambrosial Lasi Tribute and Burial-- He better than any man, but theie aie nmny thinss thpy can't do and fruit tibove; not drinking from his old, Leaves Four Daughters. shouldn't do. Much of the work is not lit for the woman. old well, but quenching his thirst trom Fanner, help your wife along. Duy tier tome thoroughthe water of the River of Lite. I think I hear him singing, not the tender bred poultry, give her a good place to keep them and plenty of feed FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY. lullaby that he often sang to my babies of the right kind, and watch result-.that will lay 3(55 to-lain.-tea-d " into .cenes beyond and through the IDE DM OF HARDINSBURG I TRUST GO, Hardinsburg, Ky. m m V A LUAI5LE QU ESTIONS. President Wilson delivered a speech in Continental Memorial Hall in the interest of Heron College, Kentucky, last Wednesday night in Washington, D. C It is a great thing for a man or an institution to have a friend for away for the distance does not seem to matter if the friend is gicat and influential. Bereii College will be greatly helped by our President for he spoke truths that have reached from Washington to Herea and from Herea all over the country. Among some of the things President Wilson said and the pres has published widely: "I have spent the greater part of my life doing what is called, teaching, but most of the pupils of most of our being taught. 1 have been told that universities systematically the human mind has infinite resources for resisting tho introduction of knowledge." What is true of these university pupils, is true of all human beings. If there is a 3'oung man, who will let his father teach and advise him in business, if there is a young woman, who will gladly permit her mother to trach her to cook and to sow, wo should like to have their pictures for The Hieckenridgc News. Sons and daughters would not make so many mistakes if they would first consult their parents about their undertakings, employees would save their employers a large amount of expense if they would just ask, before uoing ahead. The kindest employer we have ever known has always said to those who work with him, "If you don't know, just ask.'' Hut manj'. who aro young and inexperienced, would rather Asking foolish questions comes fail than to ask for information. easy, but valuable questions aie put off as the last resort to learn. The man who has learned to ask tho valuable questions, is tho man learning and is a great tiacher for himself. who never re.-i- st re-is- Hardinsburg, March 1 (Special) The community was shocked last Thursday night on learning of the sudden death of Mr. Kobert Abel Smith, an aged and respected citizen of Hardinsburg. He was spending the winter with his daughter and her husband, Kev. Dr. Delaware W. Scott, pastor of Parkland Christian church, Louisville, Ky. Until recently his health was good for one of his age, but suddenly heart trouble developed, and notwithstanding the fact that he had every attention, he died from this cause in the the Rev, Mr. arms of his son Scott, at 8:15 Thursday evening,. February 25, Mr. Smith was born near the place that is now called Axtel, in Brecken-ridg- e county, Ky., I83". His parents moved to Hardinsburg when he was a mere child and for seventy years he had made this place his permanent home. In iS(i.'l he was married by the Rev. James Taylor to Miss Miriam tormerly of Louisville. To this union there were born seven children two sons and five daughters four of whom are still living: Mrs. A. 31. Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg; Mrs. O. R. Hardin, of Cloverport; Mrs. Joel H. Pile, of Washington, D. C.and Mrs. D, W. Scott, of Louisville, at whose in-laCol-gan, as the soft twilight appeared, but the song that even angels can not sing, 'I've been redeemed by the blood of the Lamb'. "Farewell, 'Uncle Bobby!' The memory of thy beautiful life, of tny great heart, of thy many acts of kind ness and of thoughtfulness, will remain green and fresh in our minds until we, too, like thou art today, are placed in the quiet casket or consigned to the silent tomb.'' II m Cash or bankable note, o Jersey heifers soon S If to freshen. 40 Jersey heifers 8 to 16 months m i g H old, all in good fix and nice ones. For Sale! I Write your wants 1 m BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. - BEWLEYVILLE NEWS ' Saddle and Harness Stallion, 5 Years old, weight 1,000 pounds ZACKJOOLEY DEAD BROWN CREST No, Miss Wivie Stith and Rev. Ship Marry on Washington's Birth day Anniversary Many Personal Notes. MUCH GOING AND 3853 COMING. Ily Hay Squirrel 2nd, No. 135'J, by Richmond j Squirrel, No. S9S, by IS'ack Squirrel, No. 58,1 Dare, Xo Jo). (His sire's (sire of Clie.-te- r clam, Nannie Garrett, Xo. 472, is the clam of Chester Dare, Xo. lo). Ilrown Crest's dam, Kiggett, Xo 3I7I, by Chester Chief, Xo. H29, by Chester Dare, Xo lo $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money clue when mare is traded or colt folded. ts GOOD UOADS 1SKVIVAL. Kentucky is having a good roads revival. It has not come any for somctiino and already too soon a'- - the State has been tho children are suffering the sins of their parents who have neglected the roads. Ten years ago Kentucky ranked fourth from the front and .today Kentucky ranks tenth from tho front among all tho States ill mileage of improved roads. While the other States pushed forward, paid proper attention to road drainage, employed competent engineers and built tho best, bridges posiblo, Kentucky lost sight of road improvement. The Department of Public Koads is not leaving a stono unused to build up tho roads in Kentucky again. Working in the same spirit Other orand sincerety is tho Kentucky Good Koads Association. ganizations aro lending energetic hands in this much needed work. Last week a roads engineers' convention was held in Louisvillo, un.d in many county scats of the State, meetings to forward tho good roads movement are being held. At Hardinsburg, at a special term of tho Fiscal Court, $5,000 was appropriated for road improvement in This means 10,000, as tho State will bear Hreckenridgo county. Tho Hon. Kobert ono dollar for each dollar put up by the county. E. Woods, of Louisvillo, representing tho Kentucky Good Koads Association, made a splendid good roads address and urged this county to take advantage of tho opportunity to secure their portion of tho Stuto Aid fund duo tho tax payers of Hreekenridge. We wolcomo tho revival of Good Koads in Kentucky. For years They wo havo worked continuously for good roads nd good news. Wo aro anxious to seo our correspondents drop from run parallel. their letters, "Mud is plentiful and news is hcarco." back-sliding H. W. Carter, secretary of tho Corn, Clover and Stock Club, has The dates started on his plans for tho Country Fair at Irvington. While Mr. Carter is making arwill bo sometime in September. rangements to hold the fair, tho rest of us, may bo working to get something good, enough for it. We all owe it to each other to share the pleasure of our accomplishments and any success that wo have at- - home hu was when he died. The remains were brought Saturday evening to Hardinsburg for burial and were taken to the home of Dr. A. M. Kincheloe where scores of friends gathered to sympathize with the bereaved and left many beautiful floral tributes. All of his daughters were present, as except were, alto, all of his Mr. Pile, who, on account of the suddenness of tne notice, could not arrange his business affairs in Washington in time to get away. The three half brothers of the deceased, Messrs. Thurman Smith, of Louisville; H. L. Smith, of Louisville, and Roland Smith, of Stephensport, were also here to pay their last tribute of respect. The funeral was held Sunilay after noon at 2 o'clock In the M. Ii. church. It was simple, consisting of suitable music by the choir, the ritualistic service by the pastor, Rev. S. K. Hunt, and brief memorials by Prof. T. San ford Williams and Dr. Scott. The remains were laid to rest in the church cemetery by the side of his wife who preceeded him to the great beyond thirty-fou- r years ago. Upon special request of the family a few paragraphs from the eulogy spoken by Pi of. Williams are here appended, after p'lthetically recounting the home life of the deceased, Mr. Williams said: "On the margin of the book that fell from the lifeless hand of the bishop in Victor Hugo's Les Miserubles, were found these words: 'O, you who are! Ecclesiattes calls you Good. The Hook of Kings calls you Truth St. John calls you The Word; but Solomon calls you Mercy, and that Is the fairest of all When I consider the un your names. bounded mercy of God, the earth scenes sons-in-la- I have just portrayed are transformed John Carter, of Garfield, spent Satur day and Sunday with his cousins, Carl and Karl Carter. Zack Dooley, a much respected citizen is a black Jack with white points, of about 60 years, died Wednesday after 10 years old and over 15 hands noon of heartfailure. He had worked high. He made the three last up to within an hour of his death, cut(.easons on Chensey Wilson's farm ting bushes out on the farm. His renear Ilig Spring. Has a record of mains were interred in Bethel cemetery 52 living colts in one season ISoyd Keith, Hen Cox, Carl Carter and Has good length, large bone and a good, quiet disposition. Ira Sipes left Tuesday for Iowa. The boys will try farming in the West this BROWN CREST AND LOCOFOCUS will stand the present seas-oseason. at John Ulder's barn, Hardinsburg. Anyone desiring to raise mules Iloyd Keith was sight seeing at West should see this Jack before breeding elsewhere. $10.00 to insure living colt. Point Sunday. Comptou has purchased the inJohn terest of K. M. Jordan in the Jordan & Compton Hardware Store at Irvington. George Comptou and wife, Ada, spent Sunday with Tom Comptou, of Webster. Misses Irene Cain, Laura Mell Stlth and Mary Louise Hardaway aie spending the week with Mrs. Chas. H, Drury. Miss Lillian Carman, of Custer, is visiting her uncle, Richard Carman. A beautiful wedding was .solemnized at the home of Thos. J Stith on February 22, when Rev. Ship led to the alter Miss of Wivie, The marriage was performed by Kev. Howies in the presence of a host of friends, The groom is pastor in charge of Hill Grove Ilaptist church. The couple left immediately after the cereNo. mony for their cozy little home near Uuck Grove. Ily Handy and wife, of Albany, Ky, , came in Friday to be with and comfort general agent, located In Owensboro, the necessity of cutting down expenses those who mourn the death and loss of will be abolished March 1. The office has become pronounced. The heavy Mr. Zack Dooley, the father of Airs. is now being held by Leon Marlon, who expense of maintaining the service of a Dandy, for the past two, years has been In general agent, yard master and stenogcharge. Expenses Cut at rapher are considered too great by The notification Owensboro on March 1. news relative to Mr was received with President Hudson, under present cirHudson's plan for cumstances. President Richard N. Hudson, of the abolishing the local office. Mr. Hudson Mr. Marlon will probably be continLouisville, Henderson and St. Louis stated that on account of the decrease ued in the employ of the company la' railroad company on Saturday notified In the shipping business, which has Louisville in some other capacity.. the local authorities that the office of been experienced since tho war began, Owensboro Inquirer. n H. J. ROBERTS, Hardinsburg, Ky. GAS! Plenty Gas now available for all. Satisfactory service rendered under the new system. For full particulars, Call 'Phone 39. &e Brackenridge WEDNESDAY, MAR. News. !5, 1915 Ky W. H. Tinlus, Custer, was in Hnrdins- burg Monday. Mrs, I'rnnk McGnry, of Kirk, returned from Owensboro Friday, Miss .Martha I,, l'owcll, C.len Dean, went to Owensboro Saturday. h. L. Mitchell left yesterday for Niu- nieth to take up n farming contract. Mrs. Glen Moorman returned from Louisville Saturday, very much improved in health. Mrs. R. N Hudson, of Louisville, was the guest of Mr mid Mrs. Robert I'olk yesterday. Charlie Clark and family have moved to Asking. Mr. Clark will work on his father's farm. Russell Cnrdiu, Irvingtou, R 1, was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Albert fjuisen- last week. bcry, nt Dr. McDonald, Roy Chapin, Clover port, and Rev J 1'. Knue, McQuady, attended the Gibson sale Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith, I'ordsville, were visiting Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fisher, Rockvale, Sun day. Julius Dutschke returned from Kv- ausville Monday. He went there to sell some cattle nnd hogs and found n 4 For The Love of Pennies I War ts. Iui-p- Entered at tlio Post omtcentOloTerport, asuecuml dm matter. 'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR ADVERTISING BY THE How About Your Notk Ailvprilipfi plene notify tlio rilltor when you want mlverturment. (lUcciiitlnuccI, " For the love of n few Lost Cold Watch. pennies wo siicrilico our Init S:itifit;iy mi Hip rnllronri ynrri, Irvlnitton, h 21 Jewel, open itold principles. Time and nntcli, Kinder will m llhcriitly rewnrileil liy reluming wstcli tu Paul Tlirori). Irviniiton. instend of patronizGENERAL OFFICES for Sale l?gjfs for Hatching. ing our own people, wo NEW YORK AND CHICAGO buy away from homo to BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIF.3 Illnvo four pens of llarieil Plymouth Korku. for nrlrcH uml tlcrlhtlon. Mr. Thos. O'llonoRliup, It. It. I. lliinlliiMium, Ky. save '2r, f0, or 75c. After RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS nil, wc are not satisfied, For Sale Pure Bred Orphington Eggs ml ItulT Orplilnxton because wo have avedour Full SALK li Pure llicfn fowl t'.i'lulvcly. I $ 2.G0 For Precluct anil city Offices fl.CO per nelllrir of lit cuts. This t n lli nnil pennicinnd lost our friends For County Offices let llvn prlcp. not put up on iiccount of thu I 5.00 wnr. Jeaiu It. ISk'IclKi'. Iliiicllnilurr. Ky, and a friend next door is 1'or State and Disttfct Offices f 16. 00 10 better tluin money in the For Calls, per line For Sale lloosicr lloo Wheat Drill 10 For Cards, per line pocket-book- . Haven't you COIt SALKtIoo.lerllop Wheat Drill, nil For All Publications in tbe inter-eInto itltiii'linient.H. Used one nenion; hud this same experience? food h new. Price. If mkeii nt on c, of individuals or expression I., l'.irks. lAicliliurK, Ky. VMonoy saved at some Id of Individual views per line Lost Gold Watch one else's expense, is alLOST Lust Saturday on tho rallrond yards ways lost. Tho only n Jewel open face, cold Change of Train Schedule on wutcli. Under will lie llln'rally rewarded by thut sticks is the one returning watcli to Paul Tllford, Irvlngton, Ky. The L, H. & St. L. that comes from principles Polled Durham Bull. never sacrificed, but prinlino llnl Durham Effective February 13, 1915. FOIt SAI.K-- Aservice. I'Flno color and Hull ciples that can stand the disfor position. Prlco right. Write .1, frank Mc market. test of friendship. EAST BOUND (lary. Kirk. Ky. .. 0:15 A. M. No. 143 will le.rp Jim Mitcham, Custer, was in Hnrdins- wc For this rtusoi l0!l(l A. M. Irvlnstnn oAKItF.l) l'lymiutli Itook eggs, laying He 12:10 1'. M. burg Monday, looking up lost mail. Arriving Ixiulsvlllo. fctr.iln. Now Imnklng orders for futuro seek your patronage, beM. . 4:52 No, 144 will oiive CloviTport .. delivery. Apply for prices. Mrs. Prank 5:40 P. M. said they had been without mail for Arriving Irvlnnion English. cause we know you will M. more 7:10 Arriving Louisville than n week. 3:07 A SI. No. 140 will leave Clovcrport. .. get pleasure and sutisfac 5:51 A. M Arriving Irvlngton William Llnasey will leave Mat- For Sal- e- Hrrjrs for Hatching. WEST HOUND tion out of giving us your tingly this week for Illinois to spend Kggs for Wvalidotto A. M, 141 will leave No. Hatching. I have threti su icrli ma'lngs I'crhnp-- we cannot 2g that wlil producn Mima nrln winner-- . Price work. 13:01 I'.M, several weeks. Dwnnslniro. 12:5s . II, Arriving Hemlerwn ... lntr fcnll llti. nf l. ...t.w SI. fi'iiiul SI. t,r flu. Mrs. C. D. Hamhlcton, wholiasbeen :23 I'. M, compete with the cheaper- - J ciigs from each i en 2 Arriving Evansvllle Satlifacttoii guar. 7:13 1'. ftl. seriously ill for Arriving St. Loul. the past three months, class price-'- , but we can f; mined.- iierncrt nail, iinroinMiurg, iy. 7: I. M, Is slowly improving. No. 143 will leave Cloverpott 8:21 l. M Arriving Owensboro J? compete, with tho lirst class 9:17 I'. M, Arriving llninlrnon Turkey Bargains Mrs. Arnold Cooper and little daugh 9:53 1'. M Arriving Evansvllle. lit a business men. & ATrlocf IIllrlKill Ited Turkeys for MilTaylor IliWl'. M ter, Keba, of Lebanon Junction, are No. 145 will leave Cloverport ir taken at once Mrs. 13:45 A. M Arriving Owensboro Heard. Dardlnsliiirg. 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Mrs. Frank Hedden and children are visiting relatives at Fordsville. ville Dr. E. C. McDonald was in Louis YVpdnficilnv nnH Tlnircriav. Miss Evelyn Hicks is In Louisville this woek buying spring millinery. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B. Randall spent several days in Louisville last week. Mrs. William T. Smith, of Canoel-ton- , lud., is the guest of Mrs. John A. Ross. Chas. Fallon will entertain the Indian Mission Study Class Thursday night. Miss Margaret Skilluian will entertain the Wednesday Club this after- noon. The Kdlt and Rip Club will meet with Mrs Clinton Held Thursday aft ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Macey, of Howell, Ind , have been visiting in Owens boro, Ky. Mrs. James Brickey. of Mattlngly, was the guest of Mrs. Ernest Pate Saturday. Robert K. Woods, of Louisville, was here Friday night the guest of friends and relatives. v The Cloverport Orchestra has re organized and practices ouu night every week. Tanlac! Tanlac!! The Famous Tanlac is Now on Sale in Clover- Ferry, General Purchasing Agent of the L.. H. & St. L. R. R. Co., was in Cloverport Sunday. A delightful birthday surprise party was given Mrs. Sam Berry at her home In Third street Monday afternoon. B. F'. Bottinghouse. of Tell City, who has been the guest of Mr. Candor Black and family, returned home yesterday. News has been received here of the serious illness of Mrs. Latiskey Brlck-eat her home near Clover Creek church. Mrs. John Hawkins, who has been with her mother, Mrs. C. D. Hamble-ten- , will return to her home in Louisville this week. R. N. Hudson, president, and W. R. Hensley, trainmaster, of the L , H. & St L. R. R. Company, were in Clover port Wednesday. Miss Stella Weatherholt was called to Louisville Wednesday to be with her aunt, Mrs. Marlon Ryan, who is ill of rheumatism. O. T. Skillman, of The Breckenridge Bank, was in Louisville three days last week, where he went to hear the Minneapolis Orchestra. Miss Addie G. Ditto arrived in Louisville Monday from Big Stone Gap, Va , where she visited Mrs. L. B. Parks en route home from Pineville. Leonard Gregory, who has been ill from a continued spell of fever, is convalescing at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Gregory Miss Evelyn Young, of Morganfisld, will leave this week with Mr. and Mrs Waller, of that city, to attend Exposition and to visit interesting places en route tu California. Mr. and Mrs. John Paucus and chil dren have returned to their home in Howell, after a two weeks visit with friends at Holt, Stephensport and Union Star. Mrs. Chas. Lyons and Miss Marcella Lyons, of McQuady, left Friday for Louisville to spond a month with Mr. Lyons. They have rented furnished rooms at First and Broadway. Mrs. William Holllous was hostess to an elegant dinner last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons, Mis. R. L. Cnckrell, Mrs. Joe Morrison and Mrs. Fred May. Mr. Carl Benton, of Louisville, was in the city Monday. 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I, f v.ltli tho aid of money nnd a tremendous secret political pull, they might do." readily find their way out7 They must "Thank you. Help mo In with her." be exterminated, as one kills off tho Vrcon drovo away without tho least poisonous plaguo rats of the Orient. Intention of going toward the village. A woman? In the law of reprisal As a result, when Florence c.imo to thero was no Bex. her senses she found herself surShortly after tho telephone episode rounded by strango and ominous faces. know my fnco?" (which rather puzzled tho princess) At first sho thought that they had Tho mack doesn't matter. "I do. CHAPTER XI. sho received a wire from Uralne, which taken her from tho wreck out of kindannounced the fact that Florence and ness; but when sho saw the cold, When Jones received the telegram five had escaped and wero coming to Vroon, however, escaped his eye. Impasslvo face of the man Vroon she "Be careful, Florence," ho said. "The closed her eyes nnd lay back In the that Florence was safe, the Iron nerve New York on train No. 25, and of the man broke down. Tho suspense her to meet the train en route. princess Is In the car. The game be- chair. Well, ill and weak as she was, gins again. Pretend that you suspect they should find that she was not had been so keenly terrible that the She had to fly about to do It. sudden reaction left him almost hysIlannock relenscd nothing. Pretty quick work on their without a certain strength. When Captain terically weak. Three weeks of wait- Dralne, he had been in no enviable part. And that's all the more reason In the meatlme Norton revived and ing, watting. Not even the scoundrel frame of mind. Tricked, fooled by the why we should play tho comedy well. looked about In vain for Florence. He and his wlfo who had been tho princi- girl, whose mind was as unclouded as Here she comes. She will recognize searched among the crowd of terrified pal actors In the abduction had been his own! She had succeeded In bribing you, throw her arms around you, and passengers, the hurt and ths unfound. From a great ship In mldocean harmed, but she was not to be found. they had disappeared. Doubtless they He ran back to the princess and helped among tho Immigrants, had hidden her out of the broken car. who, for little money, would have "Where Is Florence?" she asked fooled all the officers on board. There dazedly. was no doubt In Jones' mind that the "God knows! Here, come over and pair had landed safely at Madrid. sit down by the fence till I see If there As for Susan, she did have hysterIs a field telegraph." ics. She went about the room, walling They had already erected one, and laughing and wringing her hands. and his message went off with a batch of You would have thought by her actions others. This time he was determined that Florence had Just died. The sight not to trust to chance. The shock of her stirred the saturnine lips of the may have brought back Florence's rebutler Into a smile. Hut he did not cent mental disorder, and she may remonstrate with her. In fact, he have wandered off without knowing rather envied her freedom in emotion. what she was doing. On the other Man cannot let go in that fashion; it hand, she may have been carried off. Is a sign of weakness; and he dared And against such a contingency he not let even Susan see any sign of must be fortified. Money! The curse weakness In him. of God was upon It; it was the trail So the reporter had found her, and of the serpent, spreading poison in its she was safe and sound and on her wake. way to New York? Knowing by this By and by the princess was able tlmo something of tho reporter's courage, he was eager to learn how the to walk; and, supporting her, he led event had come about. When he had her to tho road, along which they walked slowly for at least an hour. not had a telephone message from They might very well have waited for Norton In 4S hours, he had decided the relief train. But he could not that tho Hlack Hundred had finally succeeded in getting hold of him. It stand the thought of inactivity. The princess hnd her choice of staying behad been something of a blow; for while he looked with disfavor upon hind or going with him. He hated the reporter's frank regard for his the woman, but he could not refuse charge, ho appreciated the fact that her aid. She had a cut on the side Norton was a staff to lean on, and had of her head, and she limped besides. behind him all the power of the press, They stopped at tho flr3t farmhouse, which included the privilege of going explained what had happened, and the aleverywhere even if one could not mistress urged them to enter. She, ways get back. she had seen no one, and certainly not As ho folded the telegram and put a young woman. She must have wanIt Into his pocket, he observed the dered off In another direction. She man with the opera glasses over the ran into the kitchen for a basin and way. He shrugged. Well, let him towel and proceeded to patch the watch till his eyes dropped out of his princess' hurts. head; ho would see only that which Sho was extremely uneasy. That Fell Into an Ambush. was Intended for his eyes. Still, it she should be under obligation to Norwas irksome to feel that no matter a coal ton galled her. There was a spark and had taken him unwhen or where you moved, watching awares.stoker, man had donned the dis- show all manner of effusiveness. Just of conscience left in her soul. She The keep your head and play the game." eyes observed and chronicled those guise had tried to destroy him, and he had ho had laid out for shore ap"She lied about you to me." movements. been kind to her. Was he a fool or proach, and the blockhead Bannock "No matter." Suddenly, not being devoid of a He had not rechad never suspected. "O!" cried the princess. She seized was he deep, playing a game as shrewd sense of dry humor, Jones stepped ognized Norton at all. It was only as her own? Sho could not tell. Where over to the telephone and called up when Bannock explained the history Florence in a wild embrace. She was was Vroon? Had he carried Florence an inimitable actress, and Norton her highness tho Princess Perlgon. of tho shanghaied stoker that he real- could not help admiring her. "Your off? "Who is It?" An hour later a man came In. ized his real danger. Norton! He must butler telephoned me! I ran to the He was forced to admit, however "Be Silent, bo pushed off the board. After this first train out. And here you are, More folks "Hullo! from the reluctantly, that tho woman had a episode ho could no longer keep up back safe and sound! It Is wonderful. wreck?" man who had me shangmarvelously fine speaking voice. You're the tho pretenso of being friendly. Nor- Tell me all about It. What an adven"Where's tho horse and buggy, haied. The voice Is enough." "It is Jones, madam." ton, by a rare stroke of luck, had ture! And, good heavens, Mr. NorJake?" his wife asked. "Very good. That's what I wished "Jones?" forced him out Into the open. So be ton, where did you get thoso clothes? "Rented it to a man whose daughter to know. That's your death warrant. "Mr. Hargreave's butler, madam." vation is in no wise Did you find her and rescue her? What was hurt. He went to the village." It. We'll do It like they used to do it at "O! You have news of Florence?" upon as criminal. The law may a newspaper story you'll be able to "Yes." It will bo an embarrassing looked "Will you describe the daughter?" the old Academy; tie you to the railIdeas about it, but the in- make out of It all! Now, tell me Just day for humanity when some one In- have its recognizes Norton. road track. We shall not hurt you no law but its own. what happened." She sat down on asked vents a photographic apparatus by dividual at all. If some engine runs over you The princess twisted her fingers. adwhich two persons at the two ends of It was Bralno whom he loved and as the arm of Florence's chair. The girl The farmer rudely described Flor- heaven is witness we did not guide he hated mired, or the engine. Remember the story of tho telephone may observe the facial a dog with Norton whom water. With had steeled her nerves against tho ence. rabies hates yet she was beautitouch of her. And expressions of each other. "Have you another horse and a the boy and the cat?" with sinister amiNorton free, he would never again ful! How could any one so beautiful ability. "The boy said he wasn't pul"What Is it? Tell me quickly." saddle?" ling the cat's tall, he was only holding "Florence has been found, and she dare return to New York openly. This be wicked? "What's your hurry?" reporter aimed at his ease "Well, It began like this," said Flor-encis on her way back to New York. Sho meddling "I'll tell you later. What I want now It; the cat did the pulling. Bring him and she described her advenwas found by Mr. Norton, the report- and elegance. along men. Time Is precious, and we Is the horse." He left the freighter as soon as a tures, omitting, to be sure, Bralne's er." "What Is to become of me?" asked have a good deal to do before night "I am so glad! Shall I come up at boat could carry him ashore. The part In It. settles down. Come on with him. The the princess. once and have you tell me the whole fugitives would make directly for tho She had reached that part where "You will be In good bands," he track Is only a short distance." top they had been railroad, and thither he went at mazing story?" rescued by Captain Ban- rnswered brleCr. "I am going to And "Jim, Jim!" cried Florence in anguish. "It would be useless, madam, for I speed, to arrive ten minutes too late. nock when a thundering, grinding "Free!" said Florence, as the train crash struck the words from her Hps. know nothing except what I learned "Never you mind, girl; they're only began to increase its speed. bluffing. They won't dare." The three of them were flung violentNorton reached over and patted ly to one side of the car amid splinter-ln- g "You think so?" said Vroon. "Wait her band. Then he sat back with a wood.tlnkllng glass, and the shriek and see." He turned upon Florence. He dived of steel against steel. A low wall of sudden shock of dismay. "He is your lover. Do you wish him a hand into a pocket, Into another and horror rose and died away as the car to die?" another. The price of the telegram careened over on Its side. The three "No. no!" he had sent to Jones was all he bad were rendered unconscious and were "We promise to give htm bis freehad in the world; and he had borrowed huddled together on the floor, under dom twelve hours from now on condithat from a friendly stoker. In the the uprooted chairs. tion that you tell where that money excitement he had forgotten all about Is." Vroon had escaped with only a slight such a contingency as the absolute cut on the band from flying glass. He "Florence!" warned Norton. need of money. Vroon struck him on the mouth. climbed over the chairs and passen"Florence, I'm afraid we're going to gers with a single object in view. He "Be silent, you scum!" have trouble with the conductor when saw that all three he was Interested "It Is in the chest Jones, the butler, he comes." threw into the sound," she said bravein were Insensible. He quickly exam"Why?" ly. And so it might be, for all she ined them and saw that they had not He pulled out his pockets sugges- received serious injuries. He had but knew. tively. "Not a postage stamp. They'll little tlmo. The princess and Norton Vroon laughed. "Wo know about put us off at tho next station. And," would have to take their chance with where that Is." with a glance In the little mirror be- tho other passengers. Resolutely he "Florence, say nothing on my actween the two windows, "I shouldn't stooped and lifted Florence In his count. They are not tho kind ot men blamo them a bit." He was unshaven, arms and crawled out of the car with who keep their word." he was wearing tho suit substituted her. It was a difficult task, but he "Eh?" snarled Vroon. "We'll see for his own; and Florence, sartorlally, managed it. Outside, In the contusion, about that." He glanced at his watch. was not much better off. no one paid any attention to him. So "In half an hour tho freight comes Sho smiled, blushed, stood up, and ho threw tho unconscious girl over along. It may become stalled at tho turned her back to him. Then bho oat his shoulder and staggered on toward wreck. But it will serve." "They Tied Him to the Track." down again. In her hand sho held a the road. Norton knew very well that If need small dilapidated roll of banknotes. It was fortunato that tho nccident out what has become of Florence. said must they would not hesltato to here- executo a melodramatic plan ot this "I had them with mo when they had occurred where It did. Flvo mlle3 Is thero a deserted abducted me," she said. "Besides, beyond wns tho station marked for tho abouts?" ho asked of tho farmer. character. It was tho way ot tho Slav; "Not that I recollect." they had to make crlmo abnormal in this ring Is worth something." arrest of Norton as au abductor and "Thank tho Lord!" ho exclaimed, tho taking In chargo of Florence as a "Why yes, thero Is, Jako. Thero'a order to enjoy it. Thoy could very Surrounded by Strange and Ominous rellovedly. rebellious t;lrl who had run away from that old hut about two miles up tho well liavo knocked him on tho head Faces. So there was nothing moro to do her parents. If ho could reach the fork," volunteered the wife. "Where then and thero and have dono with but be happy; and happy thoy wero. Swedo's hut, whero his confederates tho Swedo died last winter." him. But tho tlrao used in conveying from a telegram I have Just received. They wero qulto oblivious to tho pecu"By Jingo! I'm going Into tho vll- him to tho railroad might prove bis wero in waiting, tho gurao was his. Hut no doubt somu tlmo this evening liar Interest they uroused among the After struggling along for halt an lago and seo it that man brought In salvation. Nearly four hours had you might risk a call." passengers. This unshaven passed since tho sending ot the tele"Itlng up the Instant sho returns. other mun, In his ragged coat and hour a carriage was spied by Vroon, tho rig."get my young "But horse first. My name gram to Jones. and he hailed It when It reached his Did she say what train?" They bound Florence and left her soiled Jersey; this beautiful young tide. is James Norton, and I am on the Star "No, madam," lied Jones, smiling. girl, In a wrinkled homespun, her seated In the chair. As soon as they "What's tho trouble, mtster?" asked In New York. Which way do I go?" up tho receiver and stared glorious blondo hairy awry; and He huug the "First turn to the left. Come on; were gone she rolled to the floor. She at tho telephone as if be would forco way they looked at each other during tho farmer. on was able to right herself to her knees, "A v.'reck. tho railroad. My daugh- I'll get the horse tor you." his gaze la and through It to the those lulls In conversation peculiar Once the horse was saddled, Norton and after a torturous five minute ter Is badly hurt. I must take her to woman at the other end. Flesh and to lovers the world over, Impressed village. How far Is It?" set off at a run. Ha was unarmed; reached the fireplace. Baa burst bar lu blood! Well, greed was stronger than the other passengers with the idea ha forgot all about tola tact His one hands and wrists, tat the blaa was "About three mllea." cat I Let ber play; that Treacherous Mystery Million Dollar The Irt her weave her nets, d's h:r r'ts The day would come, and It was nc' far distant, when she would find tlul thn mild eyed mongocso was Just ni deadly as tho ccbra, and far mare cunning. The heads of the Black HunuVJ must bo destroyed. Thoso wcro the cri'ers. What good to denounce them, to send them to a prison from which, that something very unusual had happened to these two. Tho Pullman conductor was not especially polite; but money was money, and thf stockholders, wnlting for their dividends, made It impossible for him to reject it. The regular conductor paid them no more attention than to grumble over changing a $20 bill. So, while thesp two were hurrying on to New York, tho plotters were hurrying cast to meet them. Tho two trains met and stopped at the samo station about eighty miles from New York. Tho princess, accompanied by Vrcon, who kept well In the background, entered tho car occupied by tho two castaways. In tho mirror nt tho rear of the car Norton happened to cast nn Idlo glance, and he saw tho princess. "I'll give you twenty dollars for th6 use of that rig of yours." "Can't do It mister." "But It's a case of humanity, sir!" Indignantly. "You nro refusing to aid tho unfortunate" Tho farmer thought It over for n moment. "All right. You can have the buggy for twenty dollars. When you get to tho vlllago take tho nag to Doc Sanders' livery. Ho'll know what to thought was fo find the woman he loved. Ho was not afraid of meeting a dozen men, not whllo lib proieut lury lr.3ted. And he fell Into cn r.nbujh within a hundred yards of hl3 gccl. They dragged him off tho horse and bulnsd and mlthandlcd him Into tho hut. "Both of them!" said Vroon, rulb'n? his hands. "I know you, ycu Russian rat!" cried Norton. "And If I ever got out of this I'll kill you out of hand! Damn you!" "O, yes; talk, talk; but It never hurts any one," Jeered Vroon. "You'll never have tho chance to kill me out of hand, as you say. Besides, do you the only knife obtainable. free. policemen. Sho waa Jones arrived with half n dozen Vroon nlone escaped. The butler caught Florence In his arms and nearly crushed tho breath out of her. And she was to glad to see him that sho kissed him halt a dozen times. What If ho wns her father's butler? He was brave and loyal and kind. "Thoy tied him to the track," tho cried. "Look at my wrists!" The butler did so, and kissed them tenderly. Jones stretched out a hand over Florence's shoulder, "When tho time comes," he said; "wfien tho right time comes and my master's enemies are "And I saved him." d You Scum." confounded. Sclf-pres- But always the rooks, never the hawks, do we catch. God bless you Norton! I don't know what I should have done without you." "When a chap's In love," began Norton, embarrassedly. "I know, I know," Interrupted Jones. "The second relief train Is waiting. Let us hurry back. I sha'n't feel secure till we are once more In the house." So, arm in arm, the three of them went down the tracks to the hand car which had brought the police. And now for the iron bound chest at the bottom of the sea. (To be Continued) 'Million Dollar Mystery' .Is Now Being Shown at the American Theater Chick- - Pure-Bre- d ens in The poultry raisers of Hreck-enridg- e are taking the greatest interest and pride in raising chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys of high quality. You can buy or sell, right in this county, the pure bred stock and eggs. Now is the time to advertise your prices on fowls, eggs ami Ads. in our Want incubators. Column ic n word, locals arc more expensive. Space ads are inserted at rates according to time and position. farm-hous- e Thi Brickinridgt Niws Clmrpirt, Ky. INTER -- COUNTY SEAT SYSTEM OF HIGHWAYS Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department of Public Roads, Frankfort ROBERT C. TERRELL, Commissioner GOOD COMBINATION FOR I9I5 $i.00 3.00 .50 .50 $5.00 th I Breckenridge News, l year Louisville Evening Post, Daily,! year Home and Farm, twice-a-mon24 page War Atlas . Total All For $3.50 SEND SUBSCRIPTIONS TO m THE . BRECKENRIDGE . NEWS Cloverport. Ky. STATE AID IS NOW UP TO YOU In the greater number of counties in Kentucky, the present method of road building is the same as that which obtained in England in the days of Queen Elizabeth. The result is that we have be'en spending some $2,000,000 a year for roads in Kentucky with no roads to show for it. "One hundred years ago, Kentucky put into operation the plan of State aid. Seventy-liv- e years ago that plan was discontinued. But, in the interval practically all of the improved highways to which the State can now lay claim were constructed. The counties that got the lion's share were the counties of the Blue Grass. "Kentucky has 10,000 miles of improved roads, but there are 89 without a single mile pauper counties and 66. or more than of improved road. The counties that the State aided a hundred years ago arc found in neither column. They arc and for seventy-fiv- e years have been the richest in the State. Kentucky has just waked lip from a sleep of seventy-fiv- e years. The right of the State to grant aid in the building of roads has been restored by Constitutional Amendment. The granting of that aid is safeguarded by the condition that not a dollar of the State's money is to be paid out until the roads constructed with State aid conform to the specifications drawn up and laid down bv the State Bureau of Good Roads. The local magistrate and the contractor with a pull arc to be no longer the court of last resort. "If the money raised for road building with State aid is not intelligently expended, the head of the State Bureau and his assistants and the Governor who appoints them can be held responsible. For the first time responsibility is to go with authority. y seat system of "The plan to construct a State-wid- e highways, 6200 miles in extent, has received the official approval of the General Assembly and the Governor and needs only concerted action by the business men and counties to be carried into effect. That system can be completed in fifteen years without Federal aid. With Federal aid, which is sure to come, in half that time. "When completed, it will make "every one of the 120 county seats in Kentucky the center of not less than four roads each forming an integral part in the State-wid- e system and over that system will be hauled' 85 per cent of the road traffic of the State. It will add not less than $20 to the value of every acre that fronts it. It will increase the It will make for good value of every product of farm or mine. schools, good churches, good citizenship. It will substitute prosperity for pauperism. All that is needed to make actual these possibilities is that the counties in Kcntuckv avail themselves of State aid. They can do thi. by an issue of bonds as have Lewis and Carter, by popular sub- -' scripiion as lias kuckcumiu, ur uy lucai taxation as nave jciicrsou, Mercer and eight other counties. The county which fails to avail itself of State aid will be contributing money for the building of roads in other counties. There arc only four counties in the State that, under the State aid plan will pay out more money than they receive. They arc Jefferson, Fayette, Campbell and Kenton. The law was enacted to force the richer counties to help the poorer. There is no county that the State does not stand ready to help provided it will hell)" itself. The State road tax of 5 cents on the $100 has to be paid whether the county builds roads or not. The county that refuses to accept from the State one dollar in addition to every one that it puts up, is not going to escape paying the general "tax. It is simply giving to other counties the money that ought to be spent on its own roads. If the Fiscal Court of any county fails to act, the intelligent citizenship and the commercial organizations of that count should force it to. act. "The time is now. The opportunity is here. What is your county going to do with it?" one-hal- f, inter-count- HUBBARD Alaska's GLACIER Gigantic Frozen River as It Meets the Sea. THE MOTHER OF ICEBERGS. Rumblings and Roarings That Come at the Masses of Ice Break Away From the Face of the Lofty Cliff to Start on Their Ocean Voyages. The birth of an Iceberg is strikingly described In a report made to the National Geographic society by It. S. Tarr and Lawrence .Martin, who beaded the expeditions of the society to Alaska for the study of the behavior of glaciers there. "The frout ot the Hubbard glacier, measured In n straight Hue, Is three f to four tulles wide. But and since the lee cliff has a sinuous form with projections In the center It Is hi reality much longer than this, the total length being between four and one-haand live miles. This cliff rises between U50 and I'.OO feet above the waone-hallf ter and extends an unknown distance below It. President Kentucky Good Roads Association. "One usually needs to wait but a few moments to hear from some part of the cliff the thunder-likrumble or roar which Is the first announcement of an Iceberg's fall, followed a few moments later by the appearance of a great swell, which on reaching the shore forms a line of whllo breakers even at a distance of several miles from the Ice cliff. "ISy watching the Ice cliff one may see the huge masses fall from the Ice front and a fountain of water dash perhaps even to the top of the glacier and then In a few seconds hear the report which the rending of the glacier sends out. "One Is fascinated by the performance. Sometimes It Is only a small niece that falls, nnd then n silinrn single report liko the crack of n pistol j goes through the air; again a part of( the front crumbles and the down- Gliding Ice. broken Into small pieces, seems from n distance like a foun- Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks tain of water, while the report Is only Earlier. a low rumble: at other times huge In overy lot of hogs on feed two or masses break away, forming large Icebergs, and the noise then produced three fatten quickly and actually eat Is like the heavy rumble of distant less than others If all would fatten like these, the entire drove would be ready for the market six weeks earl A Wonderful Healing Influence ier and to save six weeks feed is an Item that you fully understand. In Kidney Troubles. The hog that fattens easily must be in prime physical condition. The U. A year and a half ago I was taken A. Thomas Hog Powder is a condition with a severe attack of Kidney trouble er for hogs. It keeps their system that pained in 3 to suclt an extent that clean and healthy and enables them to morphine had to be given me. Was fatten quickly without falling a prey hogs. The B. attended by a doctor who pronounced to the usual diseases of Is not stock It as Stone in the Bladder and pre- A. Thomas Hog Powder we served Llthla Water. I took Litlua food. It's straight medicine, and you took the agency because it enables Water and Tablets tor soma time and I to feed out your hogs much earlier. received no relief from them. Drug Store, stepped taking medicines for some For sale at Weduing's Cloverport, Ky. having some Swamp-Rooe s thunder, ami nt rare Intervals one may see a huge mass of blue or black Ice thrust Itself up from below the (lord, some distance from the glacier front, as a part of the submerged Ice foot Is broken off, and then no report Is heard, but the wave that follows Is far greater than usual. "The water waves which follow the discharge of Icebergs from the front of Hubbard glacier are of great In September, 101.1. for example, the big steamship Princess Maqulunn was aground on a reef Just west of Oster Island with tu members of the International geological congress, who visited Vakutat bay under the guidance of the Junior author. The ship lay somewhat over a mile from the glacier, and yet the water wave following the discharge of Icebergs from Hubbard glacier caused the steamer to roll until she took In water on the main deck as llrst one side and then the other was lipped far t'own by the Iceberg waves. "There are periods when for an hour or two there Is very little discharge and then periods, fully as long, when scarcely n moment elapses without the sound of Icefalls from some part of the glacier front. It Is possible that tliee differences are In some way related to Ihe state of the tide, but we have not determined whether the periods f ipilet and activity form part of a regular cycle or are merely Irregular intervals due to accumulation of strain .mil relief from strain or to expan-and contraction under sunlight "While there are periods of relative quiet, they are not periods of absolute tepose. and they occupy far less time than the periods of activity. Day and night the Ice falls, and the reports that pass out through the air are so freiiient that It Is fair to speak of (he glacier as almost ceaselessly active. The noise disturbs one's sleep at llrst, nnd sometimes, when an unusually heavy fall occurs, wakens one even after he has grown accustomed A sense of lo the ordinary rumble. nervous relief Is felt when camp Is removed to a part of the ilord to which Ihe Iceberg roar anil the breakers on the coast do not reach." mag-nltur- 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. Wc build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. Wc arc in the automobile business to stay. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 hu an Allen 37 honepower enfloating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warner transmission and steering gear, left-han- d expanddrive, ing brakes, U0 -- inch vjneelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transmission case, full equipment of electric tights gine, Weston -- Mott Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, carat 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. and electric starter. The weliht of the enr tj 2300 ll.. which, with the rower of the motor, insures economy of operation. We build fire other $875 lo $1395. model,, three roadster, and two tourintf carl, rentfiag in price from In ilyle, finish, power, economy of operation, equipment, serviceable qualities and price, Allen cars take the lead Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory. Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Dealers : Write or wire for agency proposition Kenton Motors Go. 21cln?Set HAWESV1LLE NEWS. The body of John McFall, of Hawes-villwas burled in the Fairview cemetery, at Skillman, last week. Mrs. V, O. Hurnt-tpassed away at her home In Sklllman Wednesday, after an illness of three months. She leaves a family and many relatives. Miss Dolly M. Jctt ard Mr. S. V. Flowers, of near I'atcsville, were married last Thursday evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sylvan I a Jctt. Mr. and Mrs. Flowers will make their future home on Mr. Flowers' farm. Hancock Clarion. t e, SYMPTOMS Slight Symptoms Some- times Presage Serious Results. Do you feel tired, have you a sallow complexion, constipation, headache, bad breath, sleeplessness or circles around your eyes? If so, you are undoubtedly suffering from some liver time, later in the house I decided to try it and felt much relieved. While taking the the second bottle commenced to pass Gravel In urine until I had passed in all at least a half dozen or more and have not suffered the slightest since and la all have taken one bottle and a half and feel very grateful to Swamp-Koo- t. t True Devotian. Little Katharine had a big dog which she loved dearly One cold night she asked If the dog could come Into the house for awhile. Her mother said: "Yes, but as soon as he begins to scratch you must put him right out." Lntcr Katharine was heard to exclaim: "Oh. Bcrtlc, don't scratch; tell me where It Itches, and I'll scratch It for you." Chicago Tribune. How To dlvo Quinine To Children. name given to an I'nnRir.INI! Is the Improved Quinine. It la a TaHele.a Syrup, pleas, ant to take auddoes not disturb the stomach. Children take it and never know it Is Quinine. trade-mar- BE S jsblitfSSSSSvflf&SK&isEBSBBSSSSSBSs! Yours very truly, H W. SPINKS, Camp Hill, Ala. Personally appearing before mo this iGth day of August, 9 10, H. W.Splnks, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the samo Is true In substance and in fact. A. U Lek, Ex. of Justice of Peace. 1 NET THE SEASON'S FAVORITE. picture of J. N. Mayfteld, his mule team and freight wagon. Mr. Mayfleld makes a business of hauling merchandise from Somerset to Acorn, Kentucky. The roads are now In such condition that It requires one day to go from Acorn to Somerset, and one day to return from Somerset to Acorn, and the condition of the road prevents him from hauling more than Figuring the team at three doHars per day, the driver at one 1,000 pounds. dollar, and meals of the driver and keep of the team enroute and at 8om-ersover night, we find that the cost of hauling 1,000 pounds of mer. chandlse from Somerset to Acorn Is one dollar per hundred pounds. On a seat highway good road, such as Kentucky will have when the system Is completed, the same team of mules, or one as good, can make the round trip In one day and reduce the cost of hauling merchandise from Somerset to Acorn to ten cents on on hundred pound. This Is a Inter-count- y Letter to Ur. Kilmer & Co. Also especially adapted to adults who cauu t take ordinary Quinine. Dora not uauaeate nor cause ucrvousucbs nor ringing In the head. Try it the next time you need Quinine (or any purpose. Ailc (or 2 ounce original package. The name I'UUKILINII i blown iu bottle, li cents. Among the most fnsblonnblo of the summer fabrics Is net. Hero Is a frock Interpreted In this uinterial n thread run laco on a net foundation, the flouncing used In one of tho new long tunics nnd the blouse suggesting a pert little- 'olci complaint. Perhaps you don't feel very badly now, but delay Is dangarons. To allow your liver to continue out of order, is to Invite a serious chronic Illness. Whenever you have the slightest symptoms of liver trouble, stop It Immediately. You can do It harmlessly LAX, and mildly by taking the natural vegetable compound that is replacing calomel everywhere. It has all the effectiveness, not the effect of calomel. Insist on getting the LAX, bearing the original LIV-VKlikeness and slguature of L. 1C. Grigs-by- , which is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by Kincheloe's Pharmacy. LlV-VU- ilnghiniton.N. Prove What V. t Swamp-Roo- Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr, Kilmer & Co., IMnghamton, N. V.,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 Breckenridge News. t size Regular and bottles tor sale at all drug stores. fifty-cenone-doll- ar Battleships Now and Then. battleship today Is not the samo ns a battleship In Nelson's day. Tho old wooden threo decker could only bo de-- . stroyed by long and desperate close quarter fighting. It would stand hours of battering. It would take hundred of shot and still bo capablo of fighting. But today ono unlucky shot, ono blow from a torpedo, and the great fighting machlno is a heap of scrap iron. Loudon Graphic. A The Court of Last Resort. Around the stove of the cross roads grocery Is the real court of last resort, for It Anally overrules all others,. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court in almost ev ery cro!,s roads grocery In this country, and has always received a favorable verdict. It Is In the country where man expects to receive full value for his money that this remedy Is most appre ciated. Obtainable everywhere. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of Lon Jarboe, deceased, will please present the same to the undersigned executor, properly proven, as required by law. The Dank of HarQinsburg & Trust Co., Hardlnsburg, Ky., Executor of the Estate of Lon Jarboe, deceased. Try our Job Department 1 FARMERS' GIVE US YOUR ATTENTION! the history of our business to fill your orders for Wagons, and Oliver riding and walking Buggies, Oliver Chilled walking and riding Plows, Brown, Brown-ManCultivators, Disc Harrows, Section Harrows and any kind of an implement used on the farm. C We also have a large line of Garden and Field Seeds and an extra quality of Northern White Seed Oats, besides our General Hardware, Furniture, Mattings and Rugs, Lumber, Building Materials Salt, Lime, Cement, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Swift's Fertilizer, American Field and Poultry Fence. We are in a better position than ever before in ly PRICES AND QUALITY GUARANTEED Irvington Hardware and Implement Company Irvingtori, Kentucky GOVERNOR BOYLE The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn Hint there Is at least one disease, that science has been dreaded Signs Nevada Executive ablo to cure In all Its stnses. and that Is Is J. M. Herndon attended the Retail Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curethe the only the "Easy Divorce" Law. medical positive cure now known to AssociaHardware and Stove Dealers' fraternity. Catarrh beinc a. constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treattion at Lexington last wetk. ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, actlnff directly upon the blood Ed Howe, of Louisville, spent Sun- and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disday with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hrlte. ease, and Riving the patient strength by .Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcratt and building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors family, Miss Hula Neatusaud Or. W. B. have so much faith In lis curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars Taylor spent the week end with Mr. for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. and Mrs. Lon Cowley. CO., Toledo. O. AddrfMl F. J. CHKNEV Sold M- - all Druggist. ?Gc. Mrs. G. T. Marshall has returned Take Hall's Family I'll for constipation. from Whi'.e Mills. Mrs. M. 1'. I'ayne is in Louisville H VRNKD. taking millinery items. a Mrs. Harold Traube entertained number of the young people Tuesday Harry Mercer, of Madrid, was here evening. A delicious salad course was Monday and attended the "Hoodoo'' served. play at Hardinsburg. Hi. and Mrs. A. T. Adkins and son, Vestcr Glasscock, of McQuady, was (.an, spent Monday hi linwciville. here Tuesday night the gue.t of It. F. Miss Mar Heron, of Louisville, spent Mattingly raws the week end with hrr parents, Mr. auu Word has been received that Mrs. 1 C. Heron, Mt. I'isguh. Mrs. James I'ayne, at Clarkson, Is very sick v Ucurge Hull speut bunday in Kkron. with but little hope of her recovery. E. L. Hardaway, of Louisville, was Mrs. I'ayne formerly lived here and has a host of relatives and friends in in town Monday. , community who are sorry to hear Mis. AiiMC Heindou visited tiiends this of her Illness. . at WtOalur last wet-kMr. d Mrs. John Uutler are re I). Hoolc will entertain the Mis. ceiving congratulations over tho ar Housekeepers' League Thursday after Carson City, Nov., (Special) Govof a baby girl Lyda at their uou;.. All niemtjers urged to be pres rival ernor Doyle signed tho "easy divorce home February til, IO15 ent. bill four days after Its final pass-igo- . V'. It. Crawford, of Kingswood, was The new law restorer the residence Mesdames J units Holin, A. T. Ad here Monday en route to Epleys, Ky. requirement of six months only mid kins, Nora Mould, .Musses Reba Itjiin of Winchester, means tho Clabe Conkwright, of tho anu Helen Hoard were in Louisville Tae.-cito hear Minneapolis &j mphouy Ky , came Friday to visit the family of Reno divorce colony. Mr. J Conk wrlght, of near Kingswood. Orchestra. Miss Mary Huglns, who has been in Lyous has leturned from l)e Hubert D. SR for some time returned Louisville TO FIGHT catur, Ala. homo this week. Friends of John Walter Jolly are glad John Kskridge, of Madrid, was the to know he is improving rapidly. THE OHIO TAX SUIT guest of his father, Mr. Lum Kskridge, Miss Maggiu Hand) has begun work this week. in the postollice. The Sunbeam Hand met with Mrs Mr. .Newsotn Gardner entertained a James McCoy Saturday He Is Not Resident afternoon i Declares fiOO Wednesday evening. few trieuUa at I'M Eskndgt and family, of Madrid, Tne Melhodist and l'resbyterlan con of the State. have moved to I'ikcstall. III. gregatious unite in their Weduesday Juite an enjoyable affair was tht evening prayer meeting and in fourth Sunday evening services. Rev. Reeves birthday dinner at the home of Mr. New York, (Special) A deposition preached at the Methodist church on and Mrs Vester Glasscock, at Mc was made by John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Daniels, Sunday, In honor of Mrr. at Sunday night. his homo In Poncanlco Hills In supGlasscock's birthday. As Mrs. Glass port of hl3 contention that, although ha Mrs. I'. J. Kramer, of Cloverport, 21), lived for seven months in Ohio, in cock's birthday falls on February that spent the week end here witli her hus she accomplished the matter by hav state's fiscal year of 1913, ho was not band, ing It the 28th so that she "can have a really n resident of tho state, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jolly, Mc'Juady, birthday every year like other folks." thorefore ho should not bo compelled to pay $1,150,700 personal taxes on have heeu the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Morton were $311,000,000. Luther Wilson. visiting relatives in Hardinsburg the Tho tax assessed on Mr. Rockefellor Mrs. Harold Trube left Saturday for first of the week. has been upheld by tho Ohio board of Chicago where she will join her husMr. Joe Smith Is very sick with complaints, but Mr. Rockefeller obband. tained an Injunction restraining tho measles Woodrow Wilson was in Louisville Z. L Lucas, of Hudson, and Huse itate from collecting it. Tho deposition taken In inThursday. Alexander, of Locust Hill, were here junction madotho effort to have tho permanent. Miss Hazel Admire, of Louisville, is this week en route to Louisville. it was revealed In the course of the the guest of Misses Mabel and Nelle Mrs. Mary Tucker is visiting her examination that Mr. Rockefeller was Adkins, nephew, Marlon Smith, at Klneswood, taxed $311,000,000 at the rate of 37 Mrs. J, li, Ilottell has returned from this week. cents on each $100, the total assessof Louisville. Quite a number from here and sur ment being about tho entire Ohio ussessmeut of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Helt, of rounding community attended the play Tho clnlm of the state aud'Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hell, given by the B. C. II. S. at Hardins- tax is based on tho law of Ohio, for the which of Guston, attended the funeral of burg last Moaday night. provldos that it a man resides In tho Harry Helt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Glasscock came stato for the greater part of tho year Rev, Hutchison, of Elizabetlitown, down from Irvington this week to visit he has legality established his residence there, subjecting himself to tho has been called to the Haptist chutch. his father, Mr. J. H. Glasscock. Inspection and levy of the Ohio asAmong the citizens of the town who John Moredock, of Garlleld, was the sessors. went to Hardlusburg to give aid to the guest of Robert Wcatherford Saturday. good roads meeting were: W, J. Card of Thanks. Sam Tucker has been In Owensboro D. C Heron, L. It. Moremen, the past week visiting his parents, Mr, I deeply appreciate the thouuhtfuluess John Cook and Charles U. Hook. and Mrs. Jim Tucker. of inv neighbors and friends, hii.l the An open meeting ot the School and kindness of the people in Irvington In Mrs. Jose Gray Is quite sick. Civic League will be held on Friday my bereavement. evening after the first Sunday. The MRS. HARRY HHI.T tchl Itch! Itch! 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The fact Is regarded In official circles here as one of the most Important accomplishments of the allies since the beginning of the war and predictions are freely heard that the fall of Constantinople will come before long. BEEF, sirloin MtJTTO.V, leg MILIC VOUK. loin- HHEAKKAST FOODS , .'. CIIEESE nUTTEIt KICK POTATOES IlEANS, drl.d WHEAT FLOUIt I3t 2023 2PJ0 3040 mm v. c a.-.- I a J, Probably tho most significant and Important changes In British foreign policy in the past one hundred years was announced In tho house of by Sir Edwnrd Groy, the minister cf foreign pffairs, when ho stated, In reply to a question from the floor, that England Is willing to abandon her tr.i dltlonai o, position townrd Russian acquisition of a "warm water" port an will iipport tho intentions recently expressed 1 M. Sazonoff, the Itius'bn foreign seeietary in tho word "tint Russia Intends permanently to occupy Constantinople." Athen3 Informs Ixuidon that Constantinople Is threatened not only from tho sea, hiitallkcwise by land, and that Russian transports on tho Iilnck sea are about to omhark an army for an Invnsion of Turkey. Turkish submarines in tho nosphonn are said to be showing the greatest activity in preparing to meet this latest danger. In the region of Soualn nnd Beaus-jou- r the operations have been continued In conditions favorable to us. Wo captured, notably a German worl? s nnd decinorth of mated and dispersed by our fire an enemy column on the march southeast . of Tal.ure. com-mcii1 Msnll-I.es-Hurtu- (340 ' Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far ns two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order (lour from unit. HoD Into or hxtra Fancy your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Self-Risin- Energy g Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Go,, Hardinsburg, Ky. Attnlhi Fiii mien! 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Card of Thanks. llran-denbur- I'ig-go- tt, Itehl-Scra- District at Irvington Saturday, March 13, to discuss plans for improvement of roads in that district. llewleyvtlle, Ky., Feb. 27, 1915 We want to thank our many friends aud good neighbors for their sympathy aud kindness in the death of our husband See it at American and father, Zack Dooley. l'or all of their kindness shown us, may the Lord bless all of those good people, is our Repudiated. C. L. BEARD, earnest prayer. "I nui a self made man." said Mr. Cumrox. Hardinsburg, Wife and Children. Kentucky "Didn't ,vour wife Imvo something to do with your career?" is the time to subscribe "She used to say so. Hut after see-Iu- k how I behaved In society she reInvigorating to the Pale and Sickly fuses to take any of the blame." The Old Standard general atrengthenlns tonic, WnshliiKton Star. GKOVU'S TASTKLliSS chill TONIC, drivel out Malaria.enrichea the blood ,and bulldauptheiyt-ten- s. Queitioni and Anawara. A true tonic. 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