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XXXIX y CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915. 8 Pages DOMESTIC No. 36 SCIENCE 150,000 Pounds Sold at Brecken- I I nnp tpaf Hmise Yesterdav rSHo-,1U6V P OFFICERS: B. F. BEARB. President. PAUL COMPTON, 1 Cashier. M. B. KINCHELOE, Assistant Cashier Class at C. H. S. Learns the Art of Cooking and Cleaning Up As You Go. A representative of The Breckenridge News was Invited last Tuesday afternoon to visit the Domestic Science Class of the Cloverport High School and to see the increase of its equipment in the Inst year The class is to be congratulated on the recent installments ninde. A long kitchen table, containing drawers for cooking utensils, dishes and kitchen linens, were bought this year. Visions of a separate apartment for cooking and serving have already been expressed, and if the School Board gets able, this addition will be added by the time the little girls are old enough to take up this science. Miss Leonora McGavock, teacher of the class, does not only teach cooking, but sees that the girls learn the art of cleaning up as they go. This keeps the kitchen orderly and attractive. A splendid recipe was tried Tuesday afternoon which was as follows: Two cups baked beans, two slices onion, two cups water, two cups tomatoes. Cook all ten minutes, press through a strainer, bind witb two table-spoonf- Tobacco Sold ity Very, Very March 16th. at $1.25 to $8.80 Per HundredQualPoor--Ne- xt Sale Next Tuesday, Condensed Statement of The sale yesterday at the Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Company house at Hardinsburg amounted to 50,000 pounds of tobacco sold. Prices run from $1.25 to $8.80 per hundred. Quality, very, very poor. Next sale next Tuesday, March 16th. Come and bring your best tobacco and get good prices. THREE WELL-KNOWN TheBankof Hardinsburg&TrustGo. At the Close of Business February 25, 1915. RESOURCES MR. BEARD ILL Loans and Discounts Overdrafts ARE PEAD B. F. Beard Gives Down at His Home In Hardinsburg ConH. C. Springate, Marion Haynes dition Serious. and Mike 0'Donoghue Pass B. F. Beard, merchant and banker of Away at Their Old Homes In Hardinsburg, is ill at his home in Hnrdinsburg. His condition is very grave Breckinridge County. CITIZENS WERE HELP TO THEIR PEOPLE H. C. Springate, Marlon Haynes and Mtke O'Donoghue, three o.ld and re liable citizens of this county, died at I J; Jjpelr nomes last week. Death came to Mr. Springate Tuesday, .iarcn a, as a result of complication of diseases. He was born in Hancock county and was seventy-tw- o years old. Mr. Springate leaves his wife, one son, B. H. Springate, and one daughter, Mrs. C. R. Carlton. The funeral was conducted by Mr. Jas. Mitchara and the interment took place in the family burying ground. Mrs. Carlton and son, Charles Lee, came from Louisville, to attend the services. Mike O'Donoghue died Saturdayj Ht his home near Hnrdinsburg, at the age years His death was of seventy-si- x due trom pneumonia. Mr. O'Donoghue If was born in Ireland in the County of Cork, where the Castle containing the Blarney Stbne was built in 1440. He was a man of many original character-J4tic- s and was very pupular. The and small hopes are given for his recovery. Mr, Beard is president of the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company and founder of the firm of B. V. Beard & He is the father of Percy Company Beard, Marvin Beard, Charlie Beard, and Mrs. Allen S. Edelen. Since the death ofhis son, Morris Beard, the infirmities of old age have been more marked and senility has gradually developed. Mr. Beard has been a financial pillow for Breckenridge county a man who has made living easier and happier for His good many men and their families work continues while he is leaving it for good. Cash on Hand Real Estate (Farm lands) . . . . Banking House and Lot Charged off. Furniture and Fixtures Charged off. Other Assets not mentioned above . $355,470.04 3,357.63 74,953.81 1,799.27 239.49 $435,820.24 . , Total LIABILITIES . Capital Stock Paid in . . $ 50,000.00 Surplus Undivided Profits . . Deposits Total Very respectfully, 28,000.00 7,025.48 350,794.76 $435,820.24 PAUL COHPTON, Cashier. DIRECTORS: butter, three tablespoonfuls Hour, season with salt, pepper, celery salt and paprika. Serve with toasted crackers. Layman Strong In Grayson. In commenting of the announcement of Judge Layman, the Lcitchfield Gazette says: "Judge Layman's record as Commonwealth's Attorney and as Circuit Judge is so commendable that during his career as a public official even his political enemies have never charged him with being other than nil honest conscientious and upright citizen and official. During his short term as Circuit Judge to fill out an unexpired term he has shown his superior ability as a Judge and of his decisions only two in part have been reversed by the Court of Appeals The sessions of the Grayson Circuit Court are now noted for the promptness with which the business before the court is disposed of and the uniform courtesy shown all who come before the court. Hawesville Notes suit was filed here yesterday for the construction of the will of the late4 Henry Joseph Ballmati, who had considerable estate and who has heirs and devisees in Daviess comity and Evans-villA e. B. F. Beard,, C..V..Robdtoa.-- " M."D.Bafdr HOC Or. A. IH. Klnchelos. Willis Green. Paul Compton. 301 hoc . CZIOEZD Announcements have been received here of the marriage at Rockport, Ind., of Miss Minnie Alvey and Mr. A. E. Mr Branch re Branch, of Tell City. sided here until recently. Clarion. IMS.HU After nearly eight years of patient suffering from rheumatism, Mrs. Aman da Hendrick quietly passed away Sun day morning. February 28, IO15 Mrs. Hendrick' was the wife of Cntistopher Hendrick, who only preceded her to the grave one month ago. Mrs. Hendrick was a Miss Ball before marriage, the daughter of Lewis Ball, one of the pioneer settlers of Breckenridge county. She is survived by three daughters and two sons. They are: Mrs. J. VV. Jarboe, Mrs. Elmer Downs, Mrs. Sam Marshall and Mason and Paul Hendrick, and also the following brothers and sisters: Nelson, John and Gid Ball, Mrs. Sallie Miller, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Matt Shrews bury and Mrs. Lswis Ball. The funerals of Mr. and Mrs. Hendrick were both preached at New Bethel church by Rev. W. K Oldham Monduy March 1. The remains were interrej in the Michael Miller cemetery. "BLARNEYSTONE" JOE ELDER . I. Sr W fe Kr- fflital was held Monday when high mass Largest Bible Class. was said by Father Norman. Thos. .O'Donough, of near Hurdinsburg, surMrs. W, G. Haswell won the prize vives his father. Marlon Haynes died Tuesday at his Bible given at the examination held March 7, at the Methodist church, home on the Custer road. The Bible Study in Hardinsburg. Slow But Sure being has fifty members, Class Two of the largest distilleries in Lou- the largest in the county. Rev. S. K. isville have been forced to go into re Hunt is the teacher. ceivers' hands. Slowly, but exceedingly surely, is old booze being wiped off the Operation Yesterday. map. Danville Messenger. Mrs. John A. Ross underwent an op Mr. Cravens Here eration yesterday at the infirmary of R T. Cravens, of Hardinsburg, Route Dr. Simons, who was assisted by Dr, No. 2, was here yesterdav to renew his McDonald and Mrs. Emery. The subscription to The Breckenridge News. Mr. Cravens baa liepn reaiHtiir tinners n friends of Mrs. Ross, erpeclally the lone time and said, "vour paper isn't members of the Epworth League, wish .big, but it is a nice, clean paper. " her complete recovery. Passes Away at Her Home Last Will Be Kissed Next Wednesday Dies of Tuberculosis Leaves Meets at Little Rock, Ark. Husband and Six Children Husband Sunday Morning Many Here Like to CeleThe fifth annual session of the WoUnder Seventeen Years of man's Missionary Council of the MethDied a Month Ago. brate St. Patrick's Day. odist church, will be held in First Age Funeral Thursday. Those who should like to gn to Ireland next Wednesday to kiss the "Blarney Stono," will remain content in "Old Cport" by wearing a shamrock or a little white pipe with a green stem. St. Patrick's Day is always popular here, while there are not many Irish citizens there are those of Irish decent who like to honor the day'. And all their American friends join in the spirit of this holiday with them. No social entertainments have yet been planned for the day, but Clover-por- t never forgets St. Patrick. 14-2- f- Choral Club to Entertain. The Cloverport Musical and Choral Club will give au open meeting Monday night, March 28, at the home of Miss Lula Severs. A reception and musical program will be arranged for the evening. Instead of meeting every Monday night the Club wilt meet the first and third Monday afternoons of each month. Buy Now! Prices on Flour Lower but only for a short time; the market on wheat frill go up again, frith it will the price of Flour and Feed advance Patent Flour, per barrel Golden Grain Flour, per barrel Meal, per bushel .... $ 7 30 6 90 church, Little Rock. Ark., April All persons wishing to make boarding Mrs. Anna Elder died of tuberculosis arrangements will write to the General Tuesday evening at the home of her Chairman, Mrs. George Thornburgh, husband, Joe Elder, on the Hardinsburg 1024 Spring street, Little Rock, Ark. and Cloverport pike. She hail been ill sometime, but bedfast only three weeks. Opens Easter Sunday. Mrs Elder was forty-tw- o years old and was the daughter of J, C. Mattingly. Mount Pisgnh Sunday School will This is the eighth death in Mr. 's pupils family within the last two years. open Easter Sunday Fifty-si- x Mr. Elder is left with six children, the have already enrolled and the school oldest a son, sexenteen years, and the will open with appropriate Easter exercises. W. I. Taul is superintendent youngest a baby eighteen mouths old. Mrs. Elder was sister of the following: and is assisted by Mrs. Taul. Mrs. Joe lleavin, Mrs Julian llrowu, J. C. Mattingly, of Huiitiiigburg, Ind., C A. Mattingly, of Renfrow, Okla , and Wm. Mattingly, of Los Angeles, Cal. The funeral was held Thursday after noon and the burial took place in the Catholic cemetery at Hardinsburg, the Rev. J. Norman officiating. Deepest sympathy Is extended to the family. Idle Words, Not Idle Men West Point Physician and Daughter Bitten. Notice Taxpayers. All taxes not paid in the Cloverport District before March 29, 19I5, I will be compelled to advertise your property and sell, a I will make my settle ment April 1. Come and pay. It will save you cost and trouble, as I am going to collect these taxes at once. I will be in my office Friday, Friday Plays in Louisville. 90' 30 00' Cotton Seed Meal, per ton . Try our New Mixed Feed, it is far superior to Bran 30 00 and Shorts and only, per ton We Pay Freight on 400 Pounds or more Give Us a Call . "WE SAVE McQUADY YOU MONEY" MILLING COMPANY McQH&dy, Ky. The Jefferson County Equal Suffrage Dr. J. V. Prewltt, of West Point, and his daughter, Miss Mildred Prewett, League maintains headquarters at 440 are at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Fourth street, Louisville. Each Satursuffering with severe lacerations about day afternoon there is a program of the body and face inflicted by a bull- music and readings furnished free to dog, the property of the physician. Dr. the public. Miss Julia Lyons was on D. . Roberts, of West Point, who ac- the program for a musical number on companied them to this city last night, last Saturday. She was most enthusstated that he did not know whether iastically received by the large audience the animal was afflicted with rabies or which showed its appreciation of her by not, but that developments would be rendition of a Saint Saens minuet demanding an encore. Irvington Is inwatched closely and at the slightest dication of intectlon the couple would justly proud of her success. be hurried to the State Pasteur Institute at Bowling Green. Goes Into Dairy Work. Miss Prewltt was entering her front Jas. H. Sahll has gone into the dairy gate when the dog leaped at her throat. business in this city and already has Before she could protect herself she had many customers. Mr. Sahll carries on been knocked to the ground and sehis work in a sanitary way and is asverely bitten. Her father, hearing her sured of success. screams, rushed out and began fighting the animal. He was also severely bitJohn D. Wakefield Dies. ten before Goldman King, agent for the I.'C. ruilrpad, uttracted by their cries Louisville, Ky., March 8. John I) could run to their assistance and beat Wakefield, chairman of the board of the animal off. Dr. Prewltt is a leading physician of public safety, died of pneumonia 'this He was for several years West Point. Miss Prewltt It' twenty, afternoon. one years of age and a recent graduate connected with the Louisville news Louisville Post. papers. J of Nazareth Academy. night and Saturday at Cloverport, Ky. Respectfully, A. T. Beard, S. D. C. By W. C. Pate, D. S. Opening This Month. Mrs. Margaret Payne, of Irvington, spending two weeks in preparation for the millinery opening of her store Saturday, March 27. On account of illness of her sister, Mrs. Payne's plans to go to Chicago were changed. She is delighted with the millinery market in Louisville and will bring homo sorno beautiful hats and many new ideas of the spring styles. Is In Louisville riHo much is written today of tho unemployed, but idle words are as great a calamity as idle men. If people could realize that they shall have to give account of every idlo word spoken, we all would bo careful not to make useless remarks. Hldlo words a 10 omitted from our ads because mon are not willing to puy for a singlo unnecessary word to express their meaning. Therefore, our ads are reliable and our advertising space worth buying. Wo shall bo glad to quoto you prices by tho word, or by inch for display advertising. Renewal From Rev. Graves. Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed Is $1 for which please renew my subscription to the Breckenridge News for another year. With good wishes. Yours very truly, E. W, Graves, Auburn, Ky., March 4, 1015, Till BnckmridEi Niws CliWHrt, Ky. HARNED. M. R. ConkwrlKlit, of went to Winchester Saturday on bull Kinu-swoei- l, I I GOOD COMBINATION FOR 1915 1 I I Breckenridge News, J. Dohm, of KInewood, agranife Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. N Norton and little daughter, Helen, visited Uyron Hennlnger and family lait week. Mrs. Crltcheloe, of Glen Dean, came up to visit her daughter, Mrs. B K. Gray, last week. O nest. Rev. went to year th ...... Home and Farm, twice-a-mon24 page War Atlas Louisville Evening Post, Daily, 1 year $1.00 3.00 .50 50 Total $5.00 All For $3.50 i THE TVtt .VS-S?- Uichard ItUck Is real sick. SEND SUBSCRIPTIONS TO Miss Maud Smith, of Hardinsburtf, spent the day with Mrs. II. B. Moor man Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Mattinuly and boys. Pearl and Raymond, went to McDanlels Sunday to visit relatives. V. G. Goodman was In Louisville this week selling tobacco. Mrs. Kate Tucker spent a few days with Milt Uavls and family last week. Joe Smith Is real sick with uioales. Mrs. Frank Compton and children spent a few days last week with her mother. Mrs. Kobt. Wilson, at Locust Hill Mr and Mrs. Albert Tucker, visited relatives at Hudson last week. Mr. Mike O'l)onahui;h died Sunday mornlntf at the home of hU son, Thomas, with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gregory, of Garfield, and Mrs. foe! II. Pile, of Washington, U. C, were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Moorman Wednesday. James Lyons, of Custer, was here . BRECKENRIDGE . NEWS Cloverport, Ky. ?i -- ri S? ?3S3f S-- ? SSSi Scene of the Poultry Farm of Storms, and family and other friends. We tnink Mr Storms would like to lo cale in Cloverpurt. Mr and Mrs. J. W. F.dmondson were in Brandenburg Sunday the guests uf tfieir son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Fenwick. Mrs. X. Pate, of near town, spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs, Mrs. Compton I M. Beard, Hnrdinsburg, Ky. IT Because It's for One Thing Only, and Cloverport People Ap- the guest of his sisters, Mrs. I'ayne and J. Compton entertained to a house party Saturday and Sunday Mls.s Alta StClalre, Miss Ossle Payne, Miss Mayme Bowman and Miss Ora B. lien dricks. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haynes, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Haynes. Mrs. Nan Kurtz, of West Point, is the guest of her uncle, Dr. Bell Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kendall and Miss Essie Kendall were in LouUvllle last week on business. James Rhodes and Dave Thompson shipped twelve car loads of ties from her; last week. Will clear the yards of all the old stock this week. Farmers in this vicinity have finished sowing their oats and several are done braking for corn. Mrs. B. T. Payne and brother, Robt, Mattlngly, are visiting relatives at .Mrs. T. preciate This. Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one tiling well brings success. Doan's Kidney I'ills are good for one thing only. For weak or disordered kidneys Here is reliable evidence of their worth Mrs. V. M. lloswell, Seventh St., Cannelton, Ind., says: "Some time ngo I suffered terribly from backache and couldn't bend or stoop. I was also bothered at night, being unable to rest well and during the day I was in such misery that I could hardly walk Nothing helped me, although I tried everything I heard of Finally Dam's Kidney Pills were recommended to me and I got a box. They helped me so much I continued taking them until I was relieved of the troubles. have had no return of kidney complaint and I am willing to give this statement in praise of Doan's Kidney I'ills." Price 50c, at all dealers Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs, lloswell had. n Co Props. llulTalo, N. Y 1 Foster-Milbur- The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. 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, touring carat J5895, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen gine, 34 Thursday. Rev. Leslie DeHart, of McQuady, was here Saturday on business. Miss Neva Mllner is vlsitlne Mr. and Mrs. Bcavin Tucker at McCoy. Mr. add Mrs. J. M. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Macey were dinner fuests of Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Macey. The Baptist W. M. U. will meet Wednesday, March H, with Mrs. It. S, All members uryed to be Pate. present. LewU McCoy left Monday for III., where he has a position. 74 L. Lucas, of Hudson, was In Louisville last week selling tobacco, Mat-toon, Peyton Scott. Mr. R. S. Berry has moved from the house of Fred Dellaven to the lower part of town In Mrs. Fannie Tousey's house. Mr. Ben Boultinghouse from Rock-por- t, Ind., spent part of last week visiting his cousins, J. 13, and Allen Allen 37 horsepower Weiton-Mott hn an en- Wc floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warner transmission and Black. son will steering gear, left-han- d Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Noble and little leave In a few days for Kock-por- t, where they will reside in tho fu ture. Mrs. James Coombs and son, of Newman, Ky., visited hor mother, Mrs. Laslle, at Mrs. Julia Wood's last week. After a pleasant visit of over two weeks, visiting relatives In Louisville, Mrs. Arthur Daugherty returned Sunday night, accompanied by hor mother, Mrs. Viola Jacksor.. expanddrive, ing brakes, 110 -- inch wheelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transmission case, full equip' ment of electric lights andjtlectric starter. Mooleyville. How To Glvo Quinine To Children name ulvcn to nu jusaiaxtelcss Syrup, pleas, nut to take and does not disturb the stomach, tnnuren late it ami never Know It is Qulniiu-AIh- o especially o.iiiHcd to nrfults wlio caun take ordinary Quinine. Dora not naujeate nervousness norrincliigin the head. Try it the next time you stent Quiniue for any purpose. Ak lor 2 ounce original pactace. The name fiiUKILIMi 13 b!ouiu bottle. 25 cents. ri;nutI.iNKl9thctraile-mnr- The welcht of the ear is 2300 lbs., which, with the powerof the motor. Insures economy of operauon. hi The Court of Last Resort. Around the stove of the cross roads grocery is the real court of last resort, fur it finally overrulesnll others. Chamberlain's CoukIi Remedy has been brought befpre this court in almost every cr'".s road. jjroeery in this cuuntrv, and has always received a favorable verdict. It is in the country where man expects to receive full value for his money that tills remedy is most appreciated. Obtainable everywhere. $875 to $1395. We build fire other models, three roadsters and two touring cart, renting In price from Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks In style, finish, fowtr, economy of operation, equipment, serviteabli qualities and price, Allen cars take the lead Earlier. In every feed two or three fatten quickly and actually eat If all would fatten less than others like these, the entire drove would be ready for tho market six weeks carl ler and to save six weeks feed is an item that you fully understand. The hog that fattens easily must he in prime physical condition. The B. A. Thomas Hog Powder is a condition er for hogs. It keeps their system clean and healthy and enables them to fatten quickly without falling a prey to the usual diseases of hogs. The B. A. Thomas Hog Powder is not stcck rood It s straight ineuicln;. anil vvc took the agency because it enables you to feed out your hog much earlier. For sale at Weduing s Drug btore, Cloverport, Ky. lot of hogs on Hello to the Boys. Dear Mr. B.ibbace: Just a few lines to let ou know that this is the second issue of the Breckenridge News I have missed so fur, and I do not know if it is your fault or not. l'lease look after it Yours truly. A. F. l'arber, Underwood, Ind., It. F. D. No. I. 1 S. If yoir see "Kitty" or "Vel low" and "Old Freedy," tell them hello. en-z- Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory. Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Dcalcra : Write or wire for agency proposition Kenton Motors Co. 21&22sM HILL ITEMS. who said "What mal:93 life tlrearv is want of motive." And it was .some one else who said: "We may get weary ar.d line! work Is dreary, but it is harder, by far. to have nothing to do." What makej life worth livinn is a life purA. M. K. pose Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Mattiucly returned from Louisville one day last week, and mads arrangements to move. They, with their children, left last Saturday to make Louisville their future home. Mr. F. Taberllnt', who has been quite sick for the past two or more weeks, is no better at this writing. Miss Bessie Arnold left Sunday for Kvansville, where she will be the guest ot relatives and friends for several da vs. Mr. John Storms, of Tell City. Ind., has been visiting his brother, Frank It .vas C.eorye Elliot WEBSTER NfcWS. bounded as follows: Ueglunlng at a stone on the side of the Howling Green road; thence N 87 Vi K, 111 poles to a stone; thenca N 83 v.. 44 poles to a black oak; thence 4- - L. ii2 poles to a black oak tree ."is poles to a stone: thence N. To feel strong, have good appetite .VJ h. poles to a stone; thence N. "5 W. 87 o and digestion, sleep soundly and poies to a cnestnut; thence S. K W. 44 life, use Burdock Wood Hitters poles to a stone; thence N. Si! V. the family system tonic. Frice $1.00, poles to a stone; thcuccN 6a W. 84 poles to a white oak; thence S 63 W 80 polos to a hickorv at the church yard and road; thence with said road Renewal From Texas. south to the Uuffalo hill at the begin Dear Mr. Habbage: Find enclosed ninij, containing une Hundred acres. one dollar for my renewal to the News, anu icvieo upon as tne property of V m. Quruen. I. F. Hell, Allen, Texas. Terms: Sale will be made on credit of 6 months, bond with approved piainciu s aent, interest and costs, to wit: (70 S'J) Soventv dollars and thirty nine cents. Executed hv lew ing on a certain tract of land, lying aud being In Hreckenndge County, and HBHHIBBHIillSH9EKZEB9HHMHHiiBBIHBH BLACK KNIGHT! mm- - Three rounds for A. O. Stanley. ,1. X. Lyddan shipped one car load of old mules to Shelbyville. A. F. Claycomb and II. L. Hi.ddock, who are spending the winter in Cres cent City, Fla., report that fishing good. They are landing some black bass and pickerel. Robert Mattingly, of Owensboro, is three-yea- SHERIFF'S SALE! By r 1 TIM vvnen nurcne v iciimiauur that in silver plats no name stands for higher quality or greater durability than the renowned trade mark ttfnr i ""'i-- .. 5 1 1847 ROGERS Ar,k your dealer to show you t.a various exquisite patterns in which the "Silver Plats that Vcars" can be had. The wide latitude for choien in forks, spoons and fancy nerving pieces assures satisfaction to every taste. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all designs. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO. MERIDEN, CONN. (venditioni Kxponas) A.T. HEARD. S. B C. By W. C. PATE, D. S. virture of a Judgment No '3 oi to me, which issued from the rected Clerk's Olllce of the Hreckeurldge Wants to Hear From Home. Circuit Court in favor of the itank of Cloverport against F. L Lightfoot and Dear Mr. H.ibbuge: Please find en v U uibson, I, or one of my deputies. will, on Monday, the 5th day ol April, 1915, closed one dollar lor the Ureckenridge between the hours ot li o'clock, a m.. News. I am from old Kentucky and and 'J o'clock, p. m., at the Court have been In California for more than House door In ilardmsburg Ky., ex four years. My family and I pre de pose to Public Sale to the highest bid der, the following described proporty, uguieu wun Laiuorma, anu now we or so much thereof as may be necessary are anxious for the dear o d naner. so to satisfy plalntlll's debt, interest and with best wishes, I hope to receive the Two Hundred Dollars News scon. D. D. Argabright, Knob, costs, to wit: and ilfty cents ($20).50 ) A certain parcel ot ground, lying and California oeing in tne uitv ot uioverport. lvv , A Specific Against Colds. and is tho west half of lot No. 2q, with a frontage o: 50 lee. on f ourth street "If there Is such a thing as a specific and rui ning back by paralleled lines against colds, it Is to be found in the 175 feet to an alley and is a part of the e, sleeping porch or the open bed room. same property deeded to It L. by J. it. Dellaven, Commission- Next to that comes the cold sponge er, on the 83rd day of October, 187a, bath in the morning," says the Youths and recorded In Commissioner's Deed Be as careful as you can Book No. 28, page 508 in Breckenrldue Companion. County Clerk's Office, and levied upon you will occasionally take cold and as the property of Dr. F. L Lightfoot. when you do you will find Chamber- Terms: Sale will be made on a aln's Cough Remedy a great help In credit of (t months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at enabling you to get rid of it. Try it. the rale of 6 per cent per annum from Obtainable everywhere. day of sale, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. To-wi- t: New-som- security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent ner annum from day cf sale, and having the force and eifect of a Judgment. Black Knight, registery No. 20,111, is a big black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, big bone and foot. He is one of the famous Kentucky mammoth Jacks. Plenty of colts to show. Tho above Jack will make the present season at my farm 2 miles east of Stcphenaport and Union Star Road, and will bo permitted to servo mares at $8.00. Each season due when colt is foaled or when uiaro is parted with. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Ifot responsible in case of accident. A. V. WHITWORTH. Louisville to attend the burial of her sister, Mrs. Truman Tabor. air, ana Airs. Lannle Poole wero L'ucsts of her muther, Mrs. Ella Mattlngly, Sunday. JudL'a Dowell and Mrs. Dowell came out from Hardlnsburg' Sunday to visit relatives. Iiev. C. L. Ilmlnrrtnn llllpil lils n.nn. lar appointment at the Presbvterlan church here Sunday. Owner A. T. HEARD, S. II, C. Hy W. C. l'ATE, D. C. GARFIELD. Itchl ItchI Itch! SeratchI Scratch! Scratch I The more you scratch, the worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment, For eczema, any sklnJtchlnt'. C0c a box. SHERIFF'S SALE! (venditioni Exponas) Uy virtue of a Judgment No. 091) di rected to me, which issued from the Clerk's Olllco of the Hreckenridgc Circuit Court in favor of J. B. Bates tc Sons against F. M. Hurden, I, or oue of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 5th day of April, 19 5, between the hours of ig o'clock, a. m., and 2 o'clock, p. m., at the Court House door in Hardlnsburg, Ky., expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof ai may be necessary to satisfy 1 Kstell Davis, who has been In toon, III., for some time, arrived Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Meadow are re ceiving congratulations over the arrival of a baby boy In their home Saturday. March 6. Miss Ida Hell Marr, of McQundy, Is visiting friends here for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brulngton and lit. tie Margaret Leigh were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin LeGrand Sunday and NEW BETHEL. "r io Hendcn Hrltann li Co. attended church hers, Mrs. Davis Bandy cam Whenever You Need a Genera! TonJc wi.. Take Urovo's The Old Standard Grove's Tas(plf chill Tonic is equally valuable as a this year. Lon Roberts has the measles. General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QUININE Rev. W. R. Oldham filled his ap . and IRON. It acts on the Liver. Drive-oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and pointment at New Bethel Saturday and down from Builds up the Whole 8yte. 50 cents. Sunday, J. D. Seaton and family left Saturday nlfiht for Alexis, 111. Llge Hrown, of Sample, has moved to the J. D. Seaton farm near here. , . !..-- . .. eobd iiuiii. uir iiiiriiin.iiiir it m n.ic to ins farm near Sample and will farm ' TOM RHEA GOMES OOT FOR AUDITOR seeks Nomination on"Strong and Worthy" Democratic Ticket, This ulilp upon nny IcRlllmnti- - IniluMry. hoard, with my nctlvr nnstntnnco, In the the frnn last three yenro, 1ms Inert-neechlmi nluntlon upon nil the eorpori- - A Wonderful Healing Influence In Kidney Troubles. RECORD AS ASSESSING OFFICER Is Reviewed In Refuting Reckless Charges of Favoritism Toward Dig Corporate Interests Made by Owsley Stanley WIN Not Enter Into Controversy With His Detractor Points With Pride to Manner In Which Present Administration of Treas-Deficurer's Office Has Overcome Inherited From Republican Prede- - it cessor. Thomas S. Hhea of Logan co'tnty, present state treasurer of Kentucky and late c'nr.lrman of the Democratic state campaign committee, tcday makes announcement of his candidacy for his party's nomination, In the Au gust primary election, for the olllcc of auditor of public occounts. In entering the race Mr. IUiea presents to the voters a brief review of his course as a member of the state board of valuation and assessment, the franchise tax board of the state, shewing that that body has by unanimous action materially Increased the assessment of all the largo public service corporations, refuting tho reckless charges made by Congressman Owsley Stanley that the board had been Influenced In behalf of the corporations. Mr. IUiea also reviews his course In the management of the stite's ttrnd of tho Mate from H,00.000 to I32.000,(00: nnd four of the l.irRfst rail- road eonipnnle, whoe iifsessmchts were mixed, have enjoined the collection nun carried the tilritlon Into the federal rourtw, where tho canes nre now pending for n decision. Tho favorable settlement of thrsc cises In the courts together with the law Increases from other corporations, which nre not contested, tnenns a Kreat loon to the taxpayers nnd a most valuable Increnso in our revenues. In the four years of the present ndmlnl-- t ration the increase of revenues from tliu nrscssmcnts of those corporations, which will Increases, not contested hnvo amount to n sum to the stnte far In of Jl.rtOO.nflO; nnd the Increase of revenues from the same source to the counties, cities, towns nnd school districts of the state will nmount to nbout t2.Wi.000 for the same peilml. Should tho courts silstnln tho nctlon of the lniard In tho raises made upon the four companies I h.ivo referred to. It would mid about M.OOO.W more revenue to the state nnd about 2,non,000 mom to the counties, cities, towns nnd school districts In the same four years. Explains Single Attack. Notwithstanding my well known record upon the board In these matters and my efforts to serve the best Interests of tho people by placing a larger and n Just bii'den of taxntlon upon tho corporations one man nlone In nil the statu has undertaken to criticise me nbout the work of the hoard, and to rellect upon my conduct In connection with It. Mr. Stanley, some time uko, In anA. nouncing himself ns n candidate for tho nomination for governor, with ills usual disregard for the truth, mnile nn attack upon mo and nought to create me impression that the corporations had been too favorably treated by the board. nnJ that I and other gentlemen ho mentioned had in some way been responsible for It. Tho record nnd tho facta completely his Insinuations or charges, ami show that no franchise board In tho history of Kentucky ever made such largo Increases In the assessments of corporations. Mr. Stanley can hardly Plead Ignorance of these facts, because they have been discussed In tho press nnd tho courts of the stnte a great deal In tho last two or three years. I am not n candidate for the same ollleo that ho Is seeking, nor do t propose to descend Into n controversy with him und would not now mention him except for hH wanton attack upon me. Tho people of Kentucky have learned to know him ns a man utterly reckless nnd unreliable in his statements or In his charges against other men. The only criticisms that have ever been mndo about tho work of ix-c- si rnll-rodls-pr- A year and n half a no I was taken with a severe attack of Kidney trouble that pained ma to such an extent that morphine had to be given me, Was attended by a doctor who pronounced it as Stone in the L! ladder and Llthla Water, I took Uthia Water and Tablets lor soma time and I received no relief from them. stopped taking medicines for some timet later having soma Swamp Root In the house I decided to try it and fell much rollcved. While taking the the second buttle commenced to pass Cravel In urine until I had passed in all at least a half dozen or more and have not suffered the slightest since and in all have taken one bottle nnd a half and feel very crateful to Swamp d Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. The 'oat market Koot. Yours very truly, H W. Sl'INKS, Camp Hill, Ala. Personally appearing before me this tilth day of August, i91!, H. W.Spinks, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same Is true In substance nnd In fact. A. It Kx. Letters tn Dr. Kilmer (c Co. lilnKhaniton, N. V. Lr.K, SEED OATS 2 is going higher every day keeping company with wheat. have nought a limited amount early. Offer good prices We of Justice of Peace We keep the No. t Proe What Swamp-Roo- Will Do Tor You Northern White Oats in new , even weight, 5 hu., hrandel hags Alfalfa Horse and Mule Feed and Sucrene for cows - Cheapest feed you can feed now BUY NOW! Send ten cents to IV. Kilmer & Co., Illnehaniton, N, Y , for n sample size bottle. It will convince nn one. You will alto receive a booklet of valuable information, tellicg about the Udnes and blmlder. When writing, be sure and mention the Hreckeniidee News, undone-dolla- r t Regular size bottles tor sale at all drug stores. fifty-cen- Hay, Oats, Com, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran, in fact Anything in The Feed Line, Coal and Brick Ask us for Prices and Yr.u will Save (Money. Office Depot. Climb. Phone CALLED Of TERM HESTON, WrllTWORTH & CO., : : Hardinsburg, Ky. SMrtt the Breckinridge Fiscal Cour county, supplying a like amount appropriated by said county, to be used in Was Held Here in the Cour the reconstruction of said road lie it further resolved, that a copy of House February 26 and 27 Comthis order be certified to the State missioner of Public Roads of Kentucky for his approval and action. On motion duly made by Ksq I) C. Heron, seconded by ICsci W. W. liaxter, and the vote being taken was declared duly carried. It is ordered and directed that the money appropriated in the foregoing order is to be appropriated from the ro.ul fund arising from the tax in the First and Second Magisterial Districts of llreckinridge county, and one half to be appropriated from each of the said districts. It is further ordered that an effort be made to secure private sub scription to this enterprise, same he paid over to the road funds of the said two magisterial districts, to assist in the payment of said amounts so appropriated. Further. He it understood that the sum of $1,500 be appropriated from road fund of each of said districts and the balance to be raised by private subscrip Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. At a call term of the llreckinridge County Fiscal Court at the Court House hu Hardiusburg, Ky.. on Friday, Febru arv 26th. 1915, object of the meeting to procure State aid for building public roads. Present, Hon. I). I). Dowell, presiding Judge and the following Justices: W W. liaxter, Abe llennctt, 1). C. Heron J. J Keennn ami S.I). Cot, being all the Justices of the I'eace in commission except C K Kohbins of the 1st Magis terial District The law creatine a State road fum and the conditions whereby the county can get its propoitiouate part under said 1 iw and regulations of the department of Public Roads were discussed and ex plained bv Hon. Uobt. li. Woods and others, after which court adjourned tin til 9 o'clock a. m. February 27, 1915. Ordered that Court adjourn until to morrow at 9 o'clock. I). D. DOWIH.I., Judge, At a called term of the llreckinridge County Fiscal Court continued and held ill and for llreckinridge county at the Court House in Hardiusburg, Ky., on Saturday, February 27, 1915. Presiding: Hon. I). I) Dowell, presiding Judge, and the following named Justices of the Peace: W. W. liaxter, Abe llennett, I). C. Heron, J. J. Keennn nnd S. D. Cox, being all of the Justices of the Peace in commission except C. K, Rob- bins, of the 1st Magisterial District. On motion or Ksq. I). C. Heron, of Opposite Union Station Rate SI. 00 European Solicits putronasie of Cloverport Htisincss Bath $1.50 Men tint! Shoppers DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Office Hours: tion. Kectiau, Second District, nay. Cox, Third District, yea. Heron, Fourth District, yea llennett. Fifth District, yea. liaxter, Sixth District, yea. It is ordered by the Court on yea and nay vote that Hon. I) D. Dowell by and he is appointed as a committee of one, with power to appoint n committee of five persons to work with him in the soliciting of funds for the rebuilding of the Hardiusburg and Cloverport turn pike road Ordered. That the Magistrates each be allowed their per diam, J. J Keeuau, 2 days. C. D. Cox, 2 days. D C. Heron, 2 days. Abe Bennett, 2 days. W. V. Baxter, a days. Minutes read and approved and court adjourned finally. D. D. DOWlvIX, J. U. C. DENTIST JK';,, A mays In olllcc ollleo hours durlni; Imington, Ky. Easter Ads. Now Sunset Pictures For Easter Gifts Cloverport's beautiful J Order a scene today for those away from home. THOMAS S. RHEA OF LOGAN 1 COUNTY, KENTUCKY. upon corporations too high. financial department, the treasurer's assessments shall gladly stand upon the record of present ad- thnt hoard and upon my part In Us work, office, declaring that the tn Hip camualtrn last fall I was nelecteil ministration has well handled a diff- without opposition by the party leaders by and the stale commmees as mil-icult financial condition left to it chairman for the state, the last Republican administration. nnd we succeeded In carrying the state for the Democratic ticket by the largest His card of announcement follows: majority In a general election for thirty years. I do not wish to claim the credit Kentucky: To the Democrats of for that splendid result, but as campaign On the tint Saturday of next August chairman I gave nil of my time and ser the Democrats of Kentucky will nom- vice to help In bringing It about. offices, inate their candidates for state submit-t.il't- ii Inherited Large Debt. and make up their ticket to be November elec The present state administration, of the voters In the a large tion. ' In that primary I shall be a can- - j which I am a member. Inherited debt and a disordered condition or dldate lor me uniwinw finances from for'the office of auditor of public ac- administration; the preceding Republican and that Inheritance, tocounts: and In making; this announcement, I trust that my fellow Democrats gether with the Increased demands upon will give to my candidacy their serious our revenues for educational purposes, enand favorable consideration. I shall say for Confederate pensions, and for other deavor to bo very brief In what I rely worthy causes, has Imposed upon us a In this announcement, and shall difficult situation to deal with, and one upon the fair und discriminating Inteland enerpeople for what support l that has tried our best efforts ligence of the gies. As head of the treasury departmay receive. ment of the state, I believe I may nay pardoned for I hope I may be my experience calling without boasting, that Its affairs under as an to attention hrlelly difficulties have been conducted in Ab sheriff of my native these officeholder. and successful manner; business-lik- e county of Logan, and then for the last a treasurer of that the revenues of the state have been three years and more usfaithfully and properly guarded, and creditors have not Kentucky, I have tried Inconvenienced or disappointed. T earnestly to so perform the duties of been hrlleve the work at this administration. office as to Justify the conlldence of tho regardless of hostile criticism, will, when people who so honored me. Impartially nnd rainy measureu, com, Member of Important Boards. mend Itself to the good opinion of people, state treasurer I have been, accordAs it Is now my desire to ho rm tho Demo ing to law, a member of the Important- cratic ticket as Its' candidate for auditor governing boards of the state, the sink-inf,,n,! hoard, the printing board, the and to serve In that office for the next I years. cupltol board and tlio board of valuation fourtreasurer, The experienceclosehave had comec-iin- n and In such and assessment. This latter board Is ono an with the office of nudltor. should en of especial Importance and consists of to render efficient and valuablo only three members, tho auditor, tho able me treasurer, and the secretary of stnte. It service In that position. g I. therefore ask the Democrats of Ken deals with tho Important question of all tucky for their support In the August the fmnchlse valuatlonti upon state, primary: and I nsk thnt they place mo corporations doing business In this The record unnn a Democratic ticket so strong and for purposes of taxation. It will deserve nnd receive made by the present board In the last worthy that of the good people of Kenunthe support three veurs has been remarkable and And has not sought tucky In the November election. eleo- precedented. Tho board of our state In tho the to hinder or cripple legitimate corporate mnv this Dtonleshow their appreciation of year Intlon Industries of the state; but It has so splendid and incomparable that creased their franchise assessments hun- the f Inn of President Wilson, and aaminis-trdemonIs now receiving several tho state presidential Kentucky, in dred thousands Of dollars more InIt taxes stinte that year, will be the ready to show ever election next very year from this source than of to help received before. As a member of that Its purpose Dreitdent In the work such a board I have helped diligently In tho extraordinary servicewho has dona to the people at acwork of adjusting these matters In Respectfully, cordance with the best Interests of the this country. THOMAS 8. RH8A. oeople and without causing unjust bard- ueiuu-rM-n!lc the Fourth District, seconded by Usq Abe llennett, of the Fifth District, and the yea and nay vote being taken, resulted as follows: the following resolu tion was declared and adopted by the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court: Be it resolved, that the public interest demands the improvement and recon struction of a macadamized or metal road on the Hardinsburg and Cloverport turnpike for a distance of about ten miles between the two points, begin ning at Harbinsburg and running to the corporate limits of the town of Clover- port, it being in a Northwest direction same being a road connecting the couu ty seat of Breckinridge county with the county seat of Hancock county on the most direct nnd practicable route. It appears that the Mscal Court of llreckinridge County, by order heretofore made a levy and appropriation for the purpose of building, maintaining and repairing the public roads and bridges of said county, iti nu amount in excess of the amount that may be received by said county from the State of Kentucky, for the purpose of building said mac adam road in said county for the com ing jear of 1915, and have set apart so much of suid fundi as will amount to tin.-- funds that llreckinridge county may receive from the State of Kentucky, not to exceed $5,000 for said purpose. Now therefore, it is ordered by the County, Fiscal Court of llreckinridge that the Fiscal Court of said county do petition the State of Kentucky und the Commissioner of Public Roads of Bald State for &,coo out' of its proportionate amount of the SUte Road Fund that may be available for use in Breckinridge scenes. ... Proper Treatment For Blllousnes. For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, Churchville, N. Y was bilious and had sick headache and dizzy spells. Cham berlain's Tablets were the only thing that gave her permanent relief. Obtainable everywhere. L or 30 Bradandt's Studio, Cloverport, Ky. Three mcnea T0B1NSP0RT NEWS F,d Mcl.ain and family departed Saturday for Mt. Vernon, 111., where they A display ad this size cost 45 cents for first insertion, cents per week, for following insertions. ilx-In- - will reside. Conrad IliVitt moved Wednesday to the house vacated by F.d Mcl.aiu on Pete I.oescli's farm. Curey Weatherholt, of Indianapolis, arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Jlr, and Mrs, Wood Weatherholt. News was received Sunday by wire from Indianapolis by Mr. and Mrs. Comma Suddarth of the arrival of a lit tle son at the home of their daughter, Mrs. F.thel Miller. Mr. and Mrs. James Polk, accom panied by Dr. McDonald, of Cloverport, went to Louisville, where Mrs, Polk underwent au operation at the St. Joseph's She is reported as doing Infirmary, Order Today THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT, NEWS, KENTUCKY Hog Conforenco. The Second Annual Hog Cholera will be held ut the Kxpcrimcut Station on Tuesday, March 16, at Lex. iugton, Ky. The meeting will last only one day, but the discussion will be of great interest to farmers. Con-fereu- nicely. The Tobinsport Telephone held its annual meeting of the stockholders in the school building Saturday. president, Frank Sanders was N, II. Kruest lliviu, Sanders, secretary and treasurer. The family of Clius Sheldon, of Tell City, moved last week into the Weather, holt 'property purchased by them last fall. Company Use the want column Pile Cured hi 6 to 14 Days Tour dracdst will refund money U MM OINTMKMT fill to cur any cm cl HeUaa;. BUad,Medln or ProtrwUae Mlrs lailo 14 dan. Xk ant witetUoa tivte m aaa Beat, mi. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAfiL. If you want it Good Roads education, write to the Department of Public Roads, Frnnkfort, for Bulletin, No. 3. the gas?' Daily household question in Clovcrport now And that makes plenty for nil. Do your Kastcr shopping early. Editor and Publisher "Did you turn out MAvnpvrsFisr At "PMJDEMT 8ucd Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915 BAAC week for n visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. TSE ' In Honor of Prof. Steele. , Hardinsburir, March 8 (Special.) Saturday evening a four course six line, and 5c for each ndditional o'clock dinner was served by the Red BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per Rooster Club at the home of Mr, and insertion. Mrs George W. Kvans In honor of CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rate of Prof. Steele, who lias resigned as 10 cents per line. teacher In the Illgl. School. The boys charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money of the school are very devoteda to Prof. OBITUARIES teacher Steele, and his influence as in advance. and gentleman will ever remain with Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please them On Monday morning before I'rof. notify us. Steele's departure to his new Held of labor. I'aducah, tho boys of the school SCHOOL TRUSTEES EXPECTED. presented him with a beautiful gold Not onlv tho teacher of the State, but the school trustees nre watch as a token of their love for him. expected to attend the. Kentucky Educational Association in Louis . ... . . ... "J-- J 11 rt. . mn ADDITIONAL HARDINSBURG. mo state win Iue cuvineu !.. mm s.um-a- , ...ill into villc April Ul to thirty counties to each zone. The county in each zone which tffincls Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Vo tho greatest per cent of its trustees, will be given $00 in gold. Harned spent Saturday and Sunday should like for the trustees of Brcckenridgc county to win this prize. with thrir parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. They deserve it. School trustee-- ' in small towns are never compen- Harned, at Garlleld. sated financially and frequently feel their services arc unrewarded. Lawrence Graham and Mcsdnmes However, tho thoughtful and consideiatc patrons of the school ap- children, of Bowlint' Green, and M. II. Heard and son, Murray, of Indianapopreciate the responsible work of the School Board. be well as n responsibility, to serve lis Ind , arrived Saturday ulKht to It N an honor and privilege, as at the bed side of Mr. U. V. Heard, as a school trustee, nnd any citizen may be proud of the ollicc. who continues seriously III. lie will find his reward by visiting the primary department of his Prof. T. S. Williams, Mrs. Williams school where the children are patiently wrestling with their A B and the Hlch School Literary Society and by finding a High School student struggling, while others are entertained Friday evening from eight playing, to get the education that the public school gives him a to ten o'clock at the school building A cordial for Francis Dillon, who was winner in chance to obtain. There is untold compensation in that. contest at Uranclenburg. at the State meet- the oratorical were served. welcome is being prepared for the school tru-tePunch and cake ing and one awaits him every day at the school he guides nnd directs. Miss Marv Franklin Beard, who Is studvinL' music at the Cincinnati Con servatory, arrived home Sunday night COMPLIM ENTARY PASSES. to see her grandfather. The Breckcnridgc News has been complimented with passes into International Exposition. They were accompanthe Panama-Pacifi- c Colored People's Work. ied by the card of George Hough Perry, director, division of exploiThe Methodist church, colored, of this tation of the Exposition. A magnificent building has been erected city, has about fimslietl paying tne on the Exposition grounds for the convenience of visiting representa- pastor's salary $6oo, for the year. It is tives of the Press. This building will be used for the headquarters all paid with the exception of $8o, which thirty-fiv- e paying of publishers and editors during the period from February twentieth speaks well for the EIGHT PAGES. 1 ly soon near Now liethel. Miss f Initio Severs entertained her friends nt Hook on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lulu Severn Shcllman is with Mrs. M. S. Jolly this week. Geo. Cook is improving after a severe attack of grip Mr. and Mrs Sam Kobbins and family, of Amnions, wcro guests of Mrs. Nannie Hobbins Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Kroush t3 quite ill at her homo near town. Mrs. John Hiddlo. of Frvmirc. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Itoscoo Avitt, near town. Gcorgo and Win. E. Shclmaii arc recent additions to the Union Itidgo Telephone Co, Mrs. M. S. J0II3 is on tho sick list this week. Mrs. S. W. Bas-cis able to bo out again after soveral weeks Star-Hrun- er tt Frank Speaks, near Moolcyville. John L. Dowcll will move his John D. Rockefeller was once a poor, young man. Suppose he had not banked the FIRST money he earned, would he have become rich? He never dabbled in get-rich-qu- ick schemes either. C, cs to December fourth of this year. In this building many lines of information and interest will be written of the wonders of this fair. Those who do not visit the exposition will always be indebted to the newspaper people, who will furnish them with accounts of the exhibits. The president and board of Directors are not only extending to the press, but the are making it possible for the compliment world to enjoy many interesting articles, by opening the gates free to the people who love to use their pencils and pens. OVER A MILLION FOR THE BELGIANS. The Belgian Relief Fund through its agencies have to date received contributions of all kinds amounting to 1,058,070. Of this amount $823,070 was sent to Belgium in cash, tho balance in food sailed Saturday for Belgium taking relief to and clothing. A 1,500,000 persons who are now depending entirely upon bread lines and kitchens for sustenance, Syracuse, New York, sent a cir load of groceries. The Belgian Relief Fund of the District of Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee has received generous contributions for these destitute people. Mi-- s Lulie Ilenning, president of this Fund, states that under garments arc still greatly needed, and material will be sent to those who are willing to sew for the Belgians. The good women of Free, our neighbors and friends, recently made up two bolts of cotton in gowns for Belgian babies. CLOVERPORT MERCHANTS. Clovcrport merchunts who are bringing on new spring goods, should advertise them in order to keep tho Easter trade at home. J. C. Nolto & Bro. have ulready made announcements for Easter and early spring. People like to read in tho paper about tho stores in Cloverport. We should like to have an ad from every store in town it would create a fresh interest in Cloverport. People really like to trade with their homo merchants, but advertisements and catalogues attract their eye and orders. One cannot go any place and e find bettor kept homes or better dressed people than those in county. This is observed when people get off and on the trains of tho different railroads at the depot in Louisville. Our people arc good buyers. Are you getting their trade? Breck-enridg- Seniors Willie W. Seaton, Joseph Ross. Juniors Mary Owen Oelze. Sophomores I'orrest D. Weatherholt, Mary T. Pate. Mary Kinder, Jane Light- foot, Maydee Chapin. Eighth Grade Mabel Wheatley. Seventh Grade Omar lloyd and Ma rian Allen. Sith Grade Kva Jolly, lileanor Reid, Alice Grace Keil, Fifth Grade Mary Waters, Lilali Campbell. Fourth Grade Christina Keil, l'earl lloyd, Nannie Hall, Anna M. Tatum. Third Grade Robert OeUe, Samuel 15. Conrad, M. I). Seaton. Second Grade Carrie Mae Jackson, William Allen, Gladis Bohler, Melba Sifford, Jane Sawyer, Albert Cockerill, George Dean, Margaret Gregory, First Grade David Conrad, Irene Carmen, Orabel Basham, Bessie Kinder, Katie Kinder, Louise Lane, Carl Gilliou, Mary Lee Reid, Vernon Ridge, Charles Dorst, JCharlie Lee Hamman, Forrest May. Hrashcar, of is spending several weeks the guest of Mrs. S W. Bassett. Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy entertained Saturday evening in honor of Misses Brook Hall, of Logansporf, Ind., and Francis Severs, of Louisville. The affair was a pound party and games. Tho latest smallpox victim in the Curry family is Bill Curry, father of the young man Grst stricken. Thoy are all reported as doing fairly well. Miss Francis Severs visited Mr. and Mrs. II L. Bruner this week and was the guest of honor at a party given on Monday evening at their home. Misses Martha Haynes, Francis members. The colored people are loyal Severs, Geo. E. Frymire and Koy and liberal to their church. Bassett attended the party given by Misses Lena and .Caroline Honor Roll Cloverport Public Brashear, of Frymire, Tuesday oveninsr. School Sixth Month. Chance For a Job. Fry-mire, illness. Miss Lena Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. jFopSalc!! ran . an 10 fresh milk cows; full stock Jerseys. freshen. part of them 20 more to r The U. S. Civil Service Commission will hold an examination at Kirk, Ky., on Saturday, March 27, for the benefit of applicants for the post office at that place. Cash or bankable note or .will trade for other stock. Guaranteed as represented. Write your wants. BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. Mildred Stith Brock. Announcement has been received from Mr. aud Mrs. C. C. Brock, announcing the birth of a daughter, March 8, at their home at 17 V. Oak street, Louisville. The lovely little girl has been named Mildred Stith Brock. EGGS FOR HATCHING From g, Many Young People. Many young people, including fifty young men, attended services at the Methodist church Sunday night. Their parents and older people were missed from the large congregation. A song service will be given Sunday night. Single Comb Black Minorcas Notice in Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky. In the matter of Abel Gilllng-watorin Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of Abel Gilllng-watorof Irvington, in the County of Breckinridge, and District aforesaid, bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day of March, A. D., IOI5, the said s, s, Good Roads Meeting, The good roads meeting at Irvlneton called for Saturday, March 13, has been postponed to isaturdav. March 20. This will be a very Important meeting and every citizen in that community should attend. Good Record For Lambs. O. M. Parks, of Webster, had a ewe to drop four fine lambs last week. J. F. Iriylelt two that dropped three each, J. B. Gibson one that droooed ' three. I ftype, vEggs For Utility Purposes $1.50 per Sitting This mating has tho first prize pullet at Hardinsburg show, tirst prize pullet at ftentucuy btate ohow, Lexington. The offspring from this mating will produco .some excellent birds. Birds $3.50 per Sitting Eggs From This mating includes best pen, best cock, best hen, any age or breed in Hardinsburg Show. 1m cock, 2nd and 3rd prize hen at Kentucky State Show, Lexington. This mating in any show room. All are stand-aiwill produco weight and all of the large, rangy, and true Minorca nave excellent color, ana win produce large, wnite and many of them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prize-Winning prize-winne- rs d i PHIL McGARY, Hardinsburg, Ky. Abel GiUingwators BOOST THE GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT. The good roads movement is on in Breckenridge county and is on in earnest. Let every man and woman in tho county get behind it with their money, their work, and their words and influence. It is tho greatest movement every started in this county. It means an for everybody and everybody will bo benefitted. Help our good County Judge and the members of tho Fiscal Court, who have inaugurated tho movement, and given tho people a chance to do something. Don't bo a knocker. If you can't say a good word for good roads, say nothing. This movement will spread in time to evci nook and corner of Brcckenridgo county. up-lift ted bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law office of Allen R. Klncheloe, in Har dinsburg, Kentucky, on the 10th day of March, A. D., 1915, at 1 p. m., at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Petition filed March 8, iOI5. 1. was duly adjudica- The Faithful Kentucky Goose. The people of Hartlord were very much amused Wednesday afternoon when Mr. C. B Sullenger came up town followed by a goose. Mr. Sullen ger entered several stores and other places ol business and "everywhere that Charlie went the goose was sure to go.' The fowl talked continually to herselt and followed right at the heels of Mr. Sullenger at all times Sullenger says that every time he comes up town "Miss Lucy" wants to follow him and It is necessary to drive her back. He says he doesn't like the Idea of a darn goose taking up with him, Hartford time to! HINK ABOUT Owensboro, Ky., March 8, 1015. Referee in Bankruptcy. A. DEAN, UNION STR. $30,227.28 FOIi TEACHERS. J. W. Trent, superintendent of tho public schools of Brcckenridgo county, has received $30,227.28 for the teachers' work for 5 term. Every draft canio on timo and it has been a pleasure to superintend the financial part of schools. Teachers, like other people, want to bo paid on timo. A good man is ho who waits uncomplainingly for his salary and works on with tho samo interest and sincerely until his check comes. 1914-191- Mr. Babbago is in llardinsburg evory Monday. Don't forget this. Ho will bo there and tuko euro of your wants in tho newspaper and printing lines. So much illness in Cloverport and over tho county. ',We deeply sympathize with those who sutler. Fortunate is tho person who ttsys free, from coughs aud colds, and keeps a good disposition. Dr. Milner made a business trip to Owensboro Saturday. Mrs. Geo. Reese French, who has been in declining health for several years, is seriously ill at tier nomo near Mystic. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hall and little daughter, Lois Abagail, of Unenault, wore guests of J as. W. Hall this week. W. S. Cart delivered about 475 bushels of wheat at $1.54 to tho Dutschke mill at Stophonsport tnis week. Gordon Payne, of Stophonsport. was the guest of Miss Francis severs Sunday. Miss Katie Mills arrived last See Republican. Concrete Work and the man that does it and guarantees perfect satisfaction is Dinner at Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs, Gardner Board entertained at dinner one day last week, at their home, "Fairfield," in the Oak-lan- d neighborhood. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Miller and daughter. Miss Mildred; Mr. and Mrs. George Monarch, of Kirk; and Mr. James W. Mullen and family, of "The Oaks." They were joined In the afternoon by Mr. LeSleur Mullen and Mr. Fred McDonald. W.H. GREENWELL Cloverport, Ky. Ship Cattle and Hogs. it at American Theater of Holt, shipped a car load of cattle and a car load of hogs to the Evansvllle market last week. Julius Dutschke and Fred Dutschke, i render of this pnier will bo plenseti to lcnm Hint llierc l nt least ono WEDNESDAY, MAR. 10, 1915 dreaded dlsenne. Hint sclenco lins licen nMo to cure In nil ll singes, nnd Hint la Cnlnrrh. lalt'te C'nlnrrli Curo Is tlio onlr Entered at tlio I'o.t OflllceiUCIoTcrport, IJ FmMllve cure now Known to the medlcnl Oitnrrli being n ronstllullonnl as second clasi matter. t. dlaense, requires a ronslllutlonnt llnll's Cnlnrrli Curo Is tnlcn upon the. Mood illnetly THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN nnd mucous surfaces of tlio sj'slein. thereADVERTISING BY THE to destroying the foundation of the dls. rnse, nnd RlvltiR llm rMtlcut strength tiiilldlng up tho constitution nnd nsslstlng nature In doing Its work. Tho proprietors linvo so much fnlth In Its curntlve powers that they orfer One Hundred Dollnrs GENERAL OFFICES for nny enso Hint II fulls to cure. Send NEW YORK AND CHICAGO for list of tesllinonlnls. Breckenridge News. yrh $m 1 Reward, $109 trent-men- l' BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS A TO, Toledo, O. Ailitrrt.S K J. Bold liv nil liriiKRlats. 7Sc Take IlnU'i Family l'llli for con.tlpatlon. UE2 FOR POLITICAL $ 2, CO For Precinct anil city Offices 6.00 For County Offices.. For Stnte and District Offices f 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line..... ........ For All Publications In tlie Inter-e- t o( Individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L Effective February 13, Arriving trvlncton Arriving IjOUUvIMu 'No. 144 will IciiTO Clovcrport Arriving Irlnlon Arriving Louisville No. HO will leave Clovcrport. Arriving Irvlngtou EAST HOl'NI) No. U2 will leavo Clovcrport... Owensboro Krldny to ntlcnd the funeral of his ulster, Mrs. Truman Tabor. J. L, Johnson, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Herbert Bell, of Allen, Texas, returned home Mondny. Green card bonrd, two lurge sheets for 5 cents. Suitable for St. Patrick's Day celebration. Breckenridge News office. Mrs. Hooper nnd son, Hnle Hooper, of Nashville, Tenn., are guests of her dnughter, Mrs. Frank nnd the Rev. W. C. 1915. 10:1(1 12:10 OilS A. M. A. M. 1 M. 4::3 I'. M. .:lil I'. M. 7:10 P. M. 3:07 A. SI. 5:51 A. M Miss Jennie Wnrfield, accompanied ,1S:5S P. M, by her sister, Mrs, Fiank Fralze, went . 1:231. M, to Louisville Arriving Evansvlllo last week to bee D.ivid 7:43 P.M, Arriving St. Louis. In' "The Auctioneer" nt 7:09 P. M, Wurfield No. 143 will leave Clovcrport . ... 8:21 P. M, Arriving Owensboro 9:17 P.M, Macauley's, Arriving Henderson . 9:5.11'. M, Arriving Evansvlllo ... Herbert Hall has sold all of his Wyan 11:3SP. M, No. 145 will leave. Cloverport .. 12:45 A. M, dotte cockerels listed for sale. He has ArrlvlngOwcnsboro ... . Arriving Henderson . ... ., l:39A.M twenty hens that are making n good 2:05 A. M, Arriving Kvansvlllu 7:40 A. M Arriving St. Louis.. . recoul for laying. He gets from 1" to ... 0:30 A. M No. 147 will leavo Cloverport ... 7:40 A. 11, 13 eggs a day. Arriving Owensboro 9:00 A. M Arriving Henderson . Mr. and Mrs. William Gibson and son, Edison Gibson, and daughter, Miss Mary Gibson, have returned from Irvlngton and are keeping house in the Oelze home in Second street. Llghtfoot Miller, of Cruger, Miss., arrived in Hawesvllle Wednesday for a About People Who Live In Cloverport, several days stay on business there and TNoee Who Travel, Those Who Live In at Owensboro, Mr. Miller says if the Other Towns and Cities and In States war continues the cotton belts of the That are Far Away. Society Notes In South will be bankrupted. ciuaen. Miss Virginia Watkins and Miss Anita Decatur Johnson, of Owensboro, were Mrs. Frank English will go to Louis- guests of Mrs. J. Byrne Severs Wednesville this week. day. Mrs. Severs gave a six o'clock Mrs. Tony Nicholas spent Wednesday dinner that evening in their honor. in Hawesvllle. Those Invited were: Misses Ray Lewis D. I. Roberts, of Sample went to Ileyser, Lula Severs, Edith Plank and Louisville Monday. Louise Babbage. Mrs. Dwighl Randall entertained the The Rev. C. Brey, pastor of the Holy Friday Club this week. Cross church of Louisville, renews his Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Hill, of this city, subscription and extends wishes for success to the Breckenridga News. left for Bowling Green Saturday. The Rev. J. Dugglns will farm this A handsome monument has recently- been erected on the family lot of Mr. year on a farm rented near Lilac, Ky. and Mrs. John David Gregory in the Miss Margaret Burn and Miss Jeau-netBurn spent Saturday in Louisville. Cloverport cemetery. The monument was made and placed by J, Proctor P. D. Plank is home from the South Keith of the firm of J. E. Keith & Son, this week for a short visit to his family. of this city. Mrs. J. N Cordrey leaves this week John Bentley and his friend, Don ' for Louisville to boy her spring milliFrist, of Clintou, Ind., t;pent last week nery. in Hawesvllle the guests of Mr. Bent-ley- 's Miss Margaret Skillman will enterparent, Mr. and Mrs. George tain t: e Indian Study Class Thursday Bentley. Miss Margaret Kelly, Miss night. Elizabeth Newman and Miss Martha Mr. and Mrs. J . M. Rhodes and Mrs. Hall Newman entertained In their Noble, of Webster, returned from Lou- honor during the week, says the Han isville Monday. cock Clarion, Mrs. J. H. Wills has gone to Louisville where she has a position at the Baptist Orphans Home. Mrs. Emery expects to leave in two weeks for Russell vllle, Ky., to visit Mr. Wedding Brilliant Event In and Mrs. A. M. Harvlll. niH rinmlnlnn Mrs rinrrl Mrs. E. C. McDonald will entertain Beard, natron of Honor. the Wednesday Club this afternoon at H her home at The Castle. Sam Rice, of Louisville, came down St. Timothy's Episcopal Church, Hern-doMonday to visit his parents, Mr. and Va., was decorated in green and Mrs. Owen Kice, of Tarfork. gold at 8 o'clock last evening, when the Mr. and Mrs. Morton Pennlck and marriage of Miss Mary A. Aud, daugh little son, Charles Edward- Pennlck, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edgar Aud, to Mr. Edwin Barbour Hutchison, of have returned from Irvlngton. samples and prices on Washington, was solemnized. The cere Write to us for mony was performed by the Rev, Rob, commencement invitations and ert Allen Castleman, of Baltimore, as cards. Breckenridge News. sisted by the Rev. Arthur G Grinnati, William Tabor, of Garfield, went to rector of St. Timothy's. The wedding marches were rendered by Miss Sara A Mrs, William II Dawson Kidwell. sang "O Promise Me " The bride, who was giveu in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white crepe meteor trim med in rase point and duchess lace aud long tulle veil fastened with orange blossoms The court train was held at the shoulders witli orange blossoms, for a face powder to be perwhich also were caught in the drapery fect it must be invisible on of the skirt. Seed pearls outlined the the skin, adhere well, and neck of the dress, tlie necklace also be also be harmless. ing of pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of orchids, valley lilies, aud Morris Iletisley Mrs. bride roses. Beard, of Hardiusburg, Ky., the matron of honor, wore white crepe de chine has all of the above properties with point lace trimmings en traiue, and there is not a better powblack picture h'at, and carried pink der made, regardless of price. Killarney roses, The bridesmaids, who wore rainbow colors, gold lace caps, gold slippers, and carried Killarney Price 50c per box roses, were Misses Jeanne Louise Aud, pale green crepe de chine aud net; Miss Frances Strother McMilliu, blue crepe de chine; Miss Anna Leigh, Washing ton, pale yellow crepe de chine, and The Pemlar Store Miss Ruth Chambliu, light pink crepe chine. Ctevirptrt, : : Kentucky de Master Grayson Bland Hanes, the WEST BOUND No. Ml will leave, Clovcrport.. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson A. M, 12:01 T. M, Frank. tleld. Ky. Henry' Shrewsberry returned from For baby's cioup, Willie's dally cuts Saturday where he sold his Owensboro Lost Cold Watch. tobacco. Mr. Shrewsberry says he will and bruises, mamma's sort: throat. LOST last Saturday on llm railroad yards Grandma's lameness. Dr. Thomas's a -- I Jewel, open face, gold cut tobacco out of his crop this year. m llheraily Kntcli. Eclectic Oil the household remedy returningKinder Kill Paul Tllford.rcwiirded liy Irv, union. Witch to Mrs. S. P. Conrad entertained in '25C and 50c. honor of the Ladles' Rending Club For Sale Eggs for Hatching. Mrs. F. M. Thursdny afternoon. I Have four pens of Hurled Plymouth Hocks. 1 Smith will be hostess tomoirow after Write for prices and description, .Mrs. Ky. JS Thos. U'lionoKlmu, I!. I!. I. Il.irillnsliuri:. noon. MAY 1 DOROTHY GRAHAM Pure Bred Orpltington Cjrgs ()! i" Itutr Orplilim-topoll PALKPuro bred fowls exclusively. X Has Lovely Party In Celcbrn- - X ' Keg. I Ininiile llioo il.OO per settlor of Ijcrks. This Is ii live ami , let live price, not put up on account of the X tlon of Her Fifth Birthday war. .lesse K. Kskrliljtc. Ilarcllnsliurc, Ky. n I ring benrer, costumed In white cloth, preceded the bride to the alter. Mr. Itenjamin J, Cnrtcr, of Washington, was best man. The ushers were Messrs. Clarence A. Hutchison, Herbert S Richard mid Kniory Hutchison, brothers of the bridegroom; Lester lloykiu, of Washington, ami D.ivid Murray And Mrs. T. 15 A tul wore gray chnriucusc, violet velvet nnd lace trimmings atut pearl ornaments. Miss Annie And, nmethyst crepe de chine, shadow Ince, with amethyst mid diamond ornaments. Mrs, Lycurgtts Hutchison, the bridegroom's mother, wore sand colored with lace trimmings Mrs. Frederick Ferry, of Louisville, Ky , black silk embroidered net. Mrs. J. H. Pile, Washington, pink crepe de chine; Miss Nell O, Lake, Philoiuout, black crepe meteor; .Airs, William II, Dawson, American bounty chnriucusc; Miss Sara Kitlucll, pink channelise. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs Hutchison will reside in Hcrtidon. Washington l'ost. mcs-sall- I ?2?J?1 WurAts.l ?V How About Your Note. Advertisers plcno notify the editor when you want ndvcrtlsemcm discontinued. 7i ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Egos in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD i Easter Suit April 4th You will thrill with pride its you walk down the street Master Sunday in vour w RMABin MI:N WANTRDl VI I! want n rell liletmin In each locality to lutrodui-- and Install our KUiirnntccit l.lclitulni! Arrester f.ir country telephone?, years of service Ithoiil it slncl" con. plalntor fiiliitro protes their worih. This an excellent opuoftunlty. Write at once for fail li.irili'ulam. ToiiiIIiisou Piolectlvu lie ltoncevcrte, V. Vn. ' ONK viilimtilo micr. I'inder return to Tn ill. Tree, Ivy, and receive, reward, Lost $80 in Money d purse contnl IukJ0 sev in n iper, ten In silver, and omn V I. Royal Tailored Easter Suit to know that you are faultless in style, and the observed of all the observers. Let us have the pleasure of serving you. Lots of patterns to select from. Pnr Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pij,rs COU HAM'. Klevcn thormiBlilired O. I. C. A Co. Iier of prize lilts from I.. II. winner plus, eltliersex, for;IOeiii'h;.1inoiillis old. Call on or rddress. .1. liupKlns, Leltch ll-1 l K For Sale J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Friday Afternoon. : rersunai rctrayraLiiia v te For Sale lloosicr lloo Wheat Drill FOU SAI.- K- Iloosler lloe Wheat Drill, nil nttachuieuts. ITscd one season; Hood Price. K Dorothy Criihaut May was the guest .1. I., us new. I.oclllmri;, taken at on e. $10. Ky, l'.irks, of honor at an ntrrnctivc party ejiycu in celebration of the fifth anniversary of BAItltF.I) I'lymiuth ltock ckks. hiylni; Xow IrookliiR orders for future prices, Mrs. Prank her birthday nt the home of her parents, delivery. Apply forKy. Knellsh, Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. Henry May, Friday afternoon. Miss Lillian Folk, Miss Louise Turkey Bargains Nicholas nnd Miss Virginia Harris asTurkeys A Trio of IlurlHin lied at once. for sale at u Mrs. Taylor harnuln If taken sisted Jlrs. May in receiving the little Heard, lliirdlushuri;, Ky. guests, who came with gifts, and beamAfter ing with delight over the event Wanted Foxes a charming reception the children Ited and (Iruy Foxes. VIrdn WANTKD Uarlleld, Ky. marched to the dining room where the table was prettily arranged with two S. C, R. I. Red Cockerels. large birthday cakes, on each were five FOUSALE-- S. C. It. t. Ited Cockerels and The lighted yellow nnd white candles. Well developed; good mark, reasonable. WrltH mu your same colors were carried out in the de- lngs. Prices Heard. wants. M. I). Ilnrdlusbtiri:. Ky. Those invited licious refreshments. were: Dorothy Graham May, Artelia Howne, Anna Klizabeth Keith, Marion lichen, Katherine Phelps, John Mc- Gnvock, Owen Solbrig May, Jane SawWu arc authorized to announce yer, Mayme llaunoii Sawyer, Hugh liar- II. W. ret Severs, Margaret Newsom, Doiothy as n candidate f.ir IIOSWOUTII Kentucky, Governor of Cottrell, Marion Lisheu, IJlentior Farns-wort- subject to the action of llm Ileum r.itlc Party, Aiiitusi rriinary. Charlie Lee Hatumati, Lafayette W are authorized to iiuuouiicu Reid, Marion Clay Roff, James Franklin A.O. STAN I.KY Ridgeway, John Lnwson, Jr , Fdward a caedldato for (iovernor of Kentui-kas Lawsou, Hessie Kiel, Henry Richard sulijeel to thu action of the Democratic Party iucusi White, Frances White, Hilly Phelps. Wu are authorized to announce A: drtrvs wwiie reiiue Write Us For Prices. Poultry and Rabbit iFence! Woven Wire Farm Fence, Plain Wire. Barbed Wire. Freight Paid. FORDSVILLE PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Announcements How About Your y Spring Merchandise? am in the market this week making purchases of the latest I as n camlldato for tlovernor of Kentucky. subject to the action of the lieuiocralh- - Party Mr. und Mrs. Dugnld Stewart Miller iMikusi rrimary. announce the marriage of their daughter, Eunice Stewart, to Mr. Orange Bennett Uurrell, at 8 o'clock Tuesday ll. Miller-Burre- II. II. CIIKUIiV morning at Trinity church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Geo. Leckonby, lector of the parhh. The wedding was a very quiet affair on account of taking place In Lent and Telephone was witnessed by the immediate family only. Mrs. Burrell is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dugald Stewart Miller and was born in England. She is an attractive young woman of charming personality and is much loved by many Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent 56-- J In Dress Goods. Clothing. Men's Shoes and Everything to Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Hats, Easter Candy Novelties Now lino of Fresh, Staiilo Suit Your Fancy. MILLINERY OPEHIHG ANNOUNCED LATER friends. Mr. Burrell has been the Daviess county agricultural demonstrator for the past two years. He came to Owensboro from South Haven, Mich., and very efficient and competent In his chosen work as well as highly esteemed in city and county. The couple have gone to housekeeping on the Hardins- burg road a short distance from the city. Owensboro Inquirer. Candies and Attractive Novelties for Easter I. B. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. n, Charming Little Baskets Fancy Candy Eggs all colors - Baptist Church Notes. Saturday afternoon in the Primary room a chain was given by Mrs. H. L. Polk, superintendent, and Mits Bertha Perkins, teacher of the First Year Be They ginner of this department. took In $3, making half of the "block" pledged on the' furnace fund. A de liclous luncheon was served and the guetta had a lovely time. Other of ficers of this department are: Misses Cunning Candy Rabbits Make Easter Sweet and Bright For The Little Ones Telephone 74 J Notice W Face Powder Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. Perfection I We have three pairs of heavy 1 I work mules we wish to sell 1 mules at once. KB . Sylvadora Face Powder Anna M. Kramer, Claudia Pate and Mrs. Polk and Ray Lewis Heyser. her assistants are enthusiastic work er!. They are not only looking after the linancial training of the children, but the spiritual influence over their lives. An Easter musical program la now being arranged. or exchange for smaller! For Your Early Spring Have and Suit Cleaned i 1 ooo The vocalion was put In perfect condition Thursday by an expert from Ills price was $3.00 and Owensboro. Sunday morning a special collection of $11.00 was quickly taken at the Sunday school. Pressed while it's too soon to wear your New Spring clothes Robertson 70-- & Beard, Hardiusburg, Ky. Ladies' Suits a Specialty Telephone ooo BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. Wedding's Drug Store The interior of the church la beautl-tu- l All the furnishings this spring clean and In order, C. L BEARD Life V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages und Instruments of Writings drawn np and acknowledged Insurance and Real Estate HardlBsbiirfl, Office with J. R. Eskridge, Attorney Try the "Want" Column Now is the time to subscribe Kcatueky tenso of snoozing till tho bell called that thero was no such vrd u arbi- Blossom had not thought to. Tho name Nino I ine nf It!" him to duty. tration In a sailor's vocabulary; his Hargrcavo had Instantly brought back I1IUU killiv vr wag rich; nnd tho moment a disputes could bo settled only In ono to Dunkers' mind tho nowspaper He took off his, coat and carefully Ho stories ho had recently read. Thero dropped It down over tho mysterious man has money ho has troubles; manner, by his calloused fists. box. It was growing darker nnd dark- thero Is always soma one who wants When tho old mudhook (nnd some was no doubt In tho world that this er nil tho time, and shortly neither to take It away from you. His bunk day Stevo wns going to buy It nnd box belonged to the missing millioncoat nor anchor would bo visible with- wns on the port side, and there was linn g, It over the entrance of tho Gll- aire, who had drawn, a million from out close scrutiny. Treasure greed, plenty of hiding space between tho son house) slithered down Into the his banks and vanished; and, morecupidity, crime. Steve saw only the Iron plates and the wooden partition. smiling waters of tho bay, Steve con- over, thero was no doubt in Dunkers' treasure and not Its camp followers. Ho intcntcd to loosen thrco or four cluded that discretion was tho better mind that this million lay In the wotrrs. It had been drawn up What did they call them? doubloons planks, nnd then when the time came, , part of valor. He would steal ashore from tho bottom of tho sound, under slip tho box behind them. Some tlmo on tho quarantlno tug which lay along' and pieces Ho nte his supper with his mess- during tho morning tho forecastlo side. Ho was willing to fight under the path of the balloon. He proceeded, mates, and he ate heartily as usual. would bo empty, nnd then would bo ordinary circumstances, but ho must then, to tako a most minute range. get his trcasuro in safety first. They It would require, money and partners; It would have taken something moro his time. could call him a welchcr If they but half a loaf would be far better Fine Canned Goods, vital than mere treasure to disturb suffered the agonies of dam nut he wanted to; devil a bit did ho care. So than no loaf nt all; and ho was deterStevo Blossom's appetite. He was nation during tho four hours' watch ho pried back the boards of his bunk mined to return to New York to find one of those enviable individuals whoso Supposing some fool should go rum' Sugar, Flour and other imagination and gastric juices work mnglng about his bunk and discover wall, took out the box, eyed It fondly. backing. Finding is keeping, on land sea. at '.he samo time'. And while he ate the box? Suppose . . . But he dared and noted for tho first tlmo tho let or Now CHAPTER XII. It happened that his favorite In the first place, be not suppose. There was nothing to do tcrlng on It: ho planned. Substantiate in the grog shop was a cheap saloon across STANLEY HAItGREAVE, If you please; of would buy that home at Bedford; then but wait. If he created any curiosity A Ho wrinkled his brow In tho effort the way from the headquarters of the In jerseys and tarry caps, ho would take over the Gllson house on the part of his mates ho was lost sallormen to recall a pirate by this name, but Black Hundred; nnd Vroon occasionBest Grades and of rolling gaits, strong tobacco and dl- - and live like a lord. If he wanted a Ho would have to divide with them He ally dropped in, for he often picked up TOJ unsuccessful. No matter. verso profanity; of cutters, and blunt-nos- e drink, all he would have to do would all, from the captain down to the cook's thought hugged the box under his coat and a vnlunblc bit of marltlmn news. schooners, and tramps, canvas be to turn the spigot or tip a bottle; boy. It was a Reasonable Prices and steam, some of them honest, soma and more than that, he'd have a bar- From being the most open and frank made for tho gangway, and Inadver Dunkers was nn old friend of tho barkeeper, nnd ho proceeded to pour and tently ran Into his enemy. He swore man aboard, ho became the most cun of them shady, and some of them pi- tender to do It. Onions! Highest Cash Price Paid For Dunkers caught a bit of tho box guzzle down his throat a very poor rates of tho first water who did not he would not have un on'ca within a nlng. From being a rasa witbou1 substitute for whisky. Ho becamo peeping from under the coat. find It necessary to hoist aloft tho Country Produce "What a' yuh got there?" ho de communicative. He bragged. He knew skull and bones. The seas arc dotted where there wns a million, and all he manded truculently. with them. They remind you of tho Your Trade Solicited s diving bell. A "None o' your damn business! You needed was a once prosperous merchant, run down year from now ho would not bo drinklsmmo by; hoar mo?" at the heel, who slinks along the side "Ain't none o' my business, huh? ing cheap whisky; he'd be steering a streets, ashamed to meet those he Where'd yuh git a box like that? Steal course up and down Broadway and knew In the past. You never hear It? By crlpes, I'm goln' t' have a buying wine when ho was thirsty. them mentioned In the maritime news, Ho was no miser. But he had to have look nt that box, my hearty. It don' which Is tho society column of tho Glen Dean, Ky. a diving bell; and whero the bluo devil smell like honest onions." ships; you know of their existence "You lemmo by!" breathed Steve, could he get ono with $12 and an only by the bleached bones of them, Ingersoll watch In his pocket? with murder In his heart. strewn along the coast. From his table Vroon mado a sign Suddenly the two men closed, surged You who crave adventures on high back and forth, ono determined to which tho bartender understood. Then seas, you purchase a ticket, a steamer take and the other to hold this mys- he rose and approached Dunkers. chair, and a couplo of popular novels, "I own a pretty good diving apparterious box. Dunkers struggled to up go on board to tho blare of a very hold his word: not that ho really atus," ho said. "If you'vo got the Indifferent brass band, and believe you Insurance Office wanted tho box but to provo that he goods, I'll tako a chance on a fifty- aro adventuring; when, as a matter of was strong enough to take It If ho fifty basis." Vroon did not bellovo I fact, you arc about to spend a dull Cloverport, Kentucky wanted to. The namo on the box thero was anything back of his talk; week or fortnight on a water hotel, flashed and disappeared. It was a kind but it always paid to dig deep enough where the most exciting tiling is tho of shock to him. Ho and Blossom went to find out. "Have a drink; and, Bill, buglo's call to meals or tho discovery battering against the rail. Dunkers' give us a real whisky and nono of Fire, Lightning, Torof a. card sharp in tho smoking room. Now, let's hear your grip slipped and so did Blossom's. Tho your soap-lye- . Tako a real ship, go as supercargo, to nado and Windstorm, result was that the box was catapulted yarn." tho South seas; take the side streets "I don't know yuh," said Dunkers, Into the sea. With an agonizing cry, of tho ocean, and learn what It can Life, Accident, Health Blossom leaned far over. He saw tho with drunken caution. "How is it, 'do with hurricanes.typhoons, blisterbox oscillate for a moment, then sink Bill?" turning to the bartender. ing calms, and men's souls. There will Insurance. "Ho's tho goods, Jim. You've heard gracefully In a zigzag course, down be adventure enough then. If you arc through the blue waters. Fainter and of Wyant & Co.?" a weakling, either you are made "Sure I've heard o' them. Best fainter It grew, and at last vanished. strong, or you die. Old Reliable Companies I'm sorry, Steve; but yuh wouldn't divln' app'ratus they is.' An honest ship, but run down at Well, this gent hero is Mr. Brooks, let me look at It," said Dunkers, con the heel, rode at anchor In the sound, general manager for Wyant & Co. I tritely. of the hooker breed; a fourth-rate- r "Damn you; I'm goln' t' kill y' for can O. K. him." that is, her principal line of business Vroon threw an appreciative glance that!" was hauling barges up and down tho It became a real fight this time, fist at the bartender. Ho was not affiliated o CZIOI coast. When she could not pick up and foot, tooth and nail; one mad with with the Black Hundred, but he had enough barges to make it pay, why, the lust to kill and the other desper often aided Vroon in minor affairs. she'd go gallivanting down to Cuba for & "All right, if yuh say so, Bill. Well, ately Intent on living. It was one of bales of tobacco or even to the Berthose contests in which honor and here's th' yarn." mudas for the heaven smelling onion. . And when he bad done, Vroon fair play have no part. But for the The Master Villain and His Adviser. Today she was an onion ship; which Livery, Feed and enemies, ho saw an enemy even In his timely arrival of tbe captain and some smoked quietly without speaking. precludes any Idea of adventure. She mile of tho Gllscn house. "Onions!" Don't yuh believe it?" demanded cf the crew Dunkers would have been ras about four thousand tons, and her Quite unconsciously he spoke this word shadow. Sale Stable At four o'clock he turned in and badly Injured, perhaps fatally. They Dunkers, truculently. engines were sternward and not aloud. But GOO feet of water, in a coral hauled back Blossom, roaring out his slept like a log amldshlp. She carried two masts aqd "Huh? Well, if ye don't like onions, Bus Meets all Trains caths at the top of his lungs. It took bottom, and no way of telling Just In tho morning he found his oppor:. half dozen hoist booms, and the only find a hooker that packs violets in whero It fell visible sign of anything new on her her hold," was tho cheerful advice tunity. For half an hour the forecastlo half an hour's arguing to calm him proposition." overboard. That's a tough down. Then the captain demanded to Hardinsburg, : Ky. was empty of all save himself. Feverwac her bowsprit. This was new doubt- - of the man at Steve's elbow. "O, it is, is It? I'm a sailor. I can ishly he pried back tho boards, found know what It was all about. And because she had poked her nose Jec "Who's talkln' t' you?" grunted lay my hand right over th' spot. Do tho brace beam, and gently laid the blubbering, Stevo told him too far Into her last slip. Steve. -- Wha' did I say?" Six hundred feet of water, If I've yuh think I'd be fool enough t' hunt box there. It was a mighty curious He. crew wns orderly and tractable. "Onions, ye lubber! Don't we know got my reckoning right. The anchor for it without a perfect range?" DunkThero were shore drunks, to be sure, whut onions is? Ain't we smelt 'cm looking box. Once he had stoked up lies In CO feet, but the starboard side ers tapped his coat pocket suggestivebecause they were sailors; but they so long that yo could stick ycr noso the Chinese coast from the Philipdrops sheer COO. You swab! Why ly. were at work. They moved about in th starboard light an' never smell pines, and he Judged it to be Chinese dldn t you bring the box to me? A And Vroon knew that the one thing briskly, for they were on the point of no kerosene? Onions! Pass th' In origin. He tried to pry open the man has a right to what he finds. I'd he wanted was there, a plan or a drawcover and feast his eyes upon the calling for the Bahamas perhaps for cawffy." Both Ways you till we ing of tho range. So there was another more onions. Presently the windlass Stevo helped himself first. Tho man treasure; but under the leather and have taken caro of it for got back to port. I know; you were man shanghaied that night, and his Anywhere in the U. S. A. Ivory and mother of pearl was Impercreaked and shrilled, and the hlobby who spoke bunked over him, and they links, much in need of tar paint, red were not on the best of terms. There vious steel. It would take an ax or greedy; you thought I might want to destination was Cape Town, 22 days' as fish gills, clattered down into the wns no real reason for this frank a crowbar to stir that lid. He sighed. stick my fist Into your treasure. And voyage by tho calendar. you'll never find It In COO feet of water Vroon carried his Information to the bow. Sometimes they painted tho antagonism; simply, they did not splice He replaced the boards, and became "chain as It came over; but paint was any more effectually than cotton rope to all appearances his stolid self and tangled, porous coral. That's what organization that same night. They you get for being a blamed hog. As would start the expedition at once, costly, and this was done only when and hemp splice. Sailors are moody again. for you," and the captain turned to and till this was accomplished, But all tho way down to the Bahathe anchor threatened to btay on the and superstitious; at least they generdaughter was to be Immune bottom. ally are on hookers of tho "Captain mas he was moody, and when he' an- Dunkers, "get your dunnage and your swered any questions It was with pay and hunt for another boat back. from attacks. Besides, It would give Thero was a sailor among this crew, Manners" breed. Stevo was superstiI won't have no murder on board 'Cap- - Hargreave (wherever he was) and the and he went by the name of Steve tious and Jim Dunkers was moody and w'ords spoken testily and Jerkily. others tho idea that the Black Hun"I know whut's th' matter," said Blossom; and he was one of his kind. A had no thumb on his left hand. Steve dred bad concluded to give up the grimy dime novel protruded raklshly hated the sight of that red nubbin. Dunkers. "He's In love." chase. LAUNDERING "Shut yquj mouth!" from his hip pocket, and his right He was quite certain that it had been Hj-tllllfiiiAbove, with his ear to a small hole, "Didn't I telT yuTiV laughed the cheek was swollen as with the tooth- a wholo thumb once, on the wny to .sHmmsEssssssssssH t 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS skillfully bored through the celling dancing toward tho compan-ionwaache, due, probably, to a generous gouge out somebody's eye, and had We pay the poitage both wars on without permitting the plaster to fall, "Steve's In love, 'r he didn't Sue. V'chaw" of Seaman's Delight. lie was inadvertently connected with someall packages nrst-cla- or over, work Prompt guaranteed knelt a man with a bandaged arm. He git drunk enough on Bhore t' satisfy a real tobacco cbewer, for he Farely body's teeth. deliveries In sanitary packages. could never see any faces; no one spat. He was as peaceful as a backWill credit you upon reference. Spanish doubloons and pearls and his whale's belly!" ever took off a mask In this sinister Write for Information. Better. A boot thudded spitefully against water bay in summer; diamonds and rubles! It was mighty till, (end trial bundle. chamber. But there were voices, and and passive, he stood his watch hard not to say these words out loud, the door Jamb. Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. he was going to forget some of them. "You fellahs let me alone, 'r I'll bash In fair weather and foul. too; blare them into the sullen faces LOUBVIU-E- . KY. After the meeting came to an end, No one gave tho anchor any more grouped around the table. He was off in a couple o' heads!" he waited an hour after, and then stole "0, yuh will, will yuh?" cried Dunkattention after It came to rest. The watch till midnight; and he was wondown Into the street by the aid of the great city over the way was fairy-likdering If he could get the box without ers from the deck. "If yuh' want a iLssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssKf0K fire escape. Later, he entered a teleIn Ha haziness and softened lines. It attracting the attention of the lookout, little exercise, yuh can begin on me, phone booih and called tip Jones. ' yuh moonslck swab! Whut's th' matter was the poetry of angles, ot shafts who had a devilish keen eye for everyThen, one leathern and steel box, and spars ot stone; and Steve Blos- thing that Btlrred on deck or on water. with yuh, anyhow? Where'd yuh git dotted with bits ot Ivory and mother- som, having a moment to himself, Well, he would have to risk It; but he this grouch? Whut've we done f yuh? became two; and tbe second leaned against the rail and stared re- would wait till full darkness had fallen Huh?" And That la Why Jones Was Able, one was soaked in mudiand salt water Registered Hamshlre Gilts "You keep out o my way, that's all. gretfully. He had been generously over the sea and the lookout would be Some Week Later, to Hide Once tor two weeks till you could not have bred for April farrow. Some drunk the night before, and it was a compelled to keep his eyes oft the I'm mlndln' my watches, an' don't ask More the Original Box, nice open gilts also. Prices told It from tbe original And that is pleasant recollection. Chance led his deck. The boys wanted him to play no odds ot you duffers. What If I have right. Also a grouch? Is it any o' your business? tain Manners.' And the sooner you go, why Jones was able, some weeks later, glance to trail down the cutwater. His card. to hide once more tbe original box. neck stretched from his collar like a "Not tor me. Dusted. How long d' All right. When we step ashore at tbe better." Johnson County White Seed As for the substitute, Just as Bralne th' Bahams, Mister Jim Dunkers, turtle's from Its shell. y' thing $40 '11 last In New York, any"I'll go, sir," said, Dunkers, readily Corn ' "Well, I'll be hornswoggled!" he how?" And ho stalked out ot the fore- I'll tear the ropes out o' your pulley enough. Had the misfortune happened was about' to use a mallet and chisel murmured, shifting his cud from star- castle and went down Into the waist blocks. But till we git there, you f to blm and bad Blossom been the ag- upon it, the lights went out. There R. MATT1NGLY board to port. gressor, he would want his life. He was a wild scramble, a chair or two to enjoy his evening pipe, all the th' upper bunk an' me f mine." was overturned. R. R. No. 1 Hardinsburg. Ky. Caught on tho fluke of the anchor while keeping a weather eye forward, "Leave th' ol' grouch alone, Jim. understood. Like the valet in "Oliv "Tbe door, the door!" shouted was the strangest looking box ho had at the ratty old pilot house. Th' mate won't stand for no scrappln' ette," It was the tlmo for disappearing. Bralne, furious. aboard. We'll have th' thing done ver laid eyes on. There were leather It was ten o'clock, land time, when "An' keep out o' my way. I'll git It slammed the moment the words and steel bands and diamond-shapehe rammed his cutty Into a pocket right In th' custom sheds. We'll have y' yet," growled Blossom. left his Hps. And as suddenly as they Ivory and mother of pearl, and It hung and resolutely walked forward. If a finish fight, Queensberry rules, an' "Keep your mouth shut," said the bad gone out the lights sprang up. Joins the Army. Jauntily on the point of the rusty fluke. any one watched him they would think may th' best man win." mate, "or I'll have you put In irons, The box was gone. There were evi"I'm willin'," 'said Jim. Anybody would be hornswoggled to ho was only looking down tho cutBernard Carter went to Decatur, you pig!" dently traitors among the Black Hun"So'm I," agreed Stove. But his inglimpse such a droll Jest of fate. On water. Tho thought of money nnd Ala., last week to Join the United Statea "All right sir. I've said all I'm goln' dred. the fluke of the old mudhook, by a tho pleasures It will buy maku3 cun- tentions were not honorable. He proBay t'day;" and Blossom strode off. army. Hubert Lyons went with him, hair, you might say. In all the wild ning tho Etupldest of dolts; and Steve posed to desert before any fight took "What was the box like?" asked tho but could not enlist on account of his, (To he Continued) placo. Not that he was physically Bta yarns ho had ever read or beard was ordinarily a dolt. Hut tonight his captain ot Dunkers. health. thero was nothing to match this. brain was keen enough for all pur- afraid; no; ho wanted to dig his "Chlncso contraption, sir; leastwise TreaBuro! poses. It was a hazardous job to get hands deep Into those doubloons and it looked that way to me. Didn't look The Quinine That Doss Net Affect The Heetf MXflClf And Stove was destined never to bo tho box off the lluke without lotting Because ol Its tonic ami laxative effect. LAXA. as it it'd been in th' water long, sir. So tho four days down passed other- Somcthln' lost TIVI IIROMO QOININHU betteMhano'rdlnw passive again. His first impulsa was it slip back Into the sea. Stevo, howoverboard by some, priQuinine and does not cause nervousness nor wise uneventfully, amid paint pots and vate yacht, to call his companions; his second Im- ever, accomplished tho feat, climbed iliion Dollar Mystery' tinging inthe signature 12. the full name and head. Remember t' my thtnkln'. I'll keep look lor pulse was to say nothing at all, and buck on the rail and sat down, wait- Iron rust and threo meals a day of out o' Steve's way. I'll lay low on ol w. CKQV& lie.. pork, onion soup, potatoes, and strong, bhore, watt for an opportunity to get tho box ing. A quarter of an hour passed. No sir." Now Being Shown at the Is bitter coffee. Tho winds becamo light to his bunk without being detected. oiio had seen him. With bis coat And though Stove made a perfect NOTICE. Treasure! Diamonds and rubles and wrapped about his precious and balmy and tho sea blue and genrange of the spot, he never came back pearls and old Spanish gold; all hang- tlnd he mado for tho forecastlo. His tle. The men went about In their to find the mysterious box, never saw ing to tho fluko of the anchor. All persons having claims against mates, save those who were doing undershirts and dungarees, barefooted. the Gllson house back borne, nor did e "Hornswoggled I" In a kind of awe- their watch, wcro all In tbolr bunks. Of course tho coming fight was tho he ever see Dunkers again. On the of Lon Jarboe, deceased, will main topic ot conversation. It promsome wb(sper this time. "An' "we An oil lamp dimly Illuminated tho forvoyage home he brooded continually, please present the same to the under abeadln' for to Bahamas!" For under ward partition. Steve's bunk was al- ised to be a rattling good scrap, for and was frequently found blubbering; A lazy liver leads to chronic, dytpep signed executor, properly proven, au bis feet he could near the rhythm of most in darkness. Very dettly be rolled both men were evenly matched, and and one night be skipped bis watch sla and constipation, weakens the required by law. engines. "Wbat'll I doT if I leave it, back tbe bedding and secreted the both bad a "kick" In either band. Even and went to Davy Jones' locker. whole system. Doan's Reguleta (25o The Bank of Hardinsburg fc Trust Co., some one else'll see It." He scratched box under bis pillows, and then the captain took a mild Interest In the Dunkers bad not told about tbe per box) act mildly on (he liver and affair He. vuin old. Bailor He knew naratnsuurg, Ky., Bucutor of tbe. his chin perplexedly; and the cud went stretched himself cut wjtfe the Bit: USffie be. bid. ifteu on. tbe box; and bowles. At all drug stores. Estate of Lob Jaiboe, deeeased. Mystery dlpsy-chant- Million Dollar The back to starboard. "1 got f GROCERIES! Meat Lard n at heart-rendin- g first-clas- J. A. Matthews Jf L. C. TAUL Walls Trent 0(I0I3000fciJ0P We Pay Postage 's Superior Sanitary r, ss e l, FOR SALE! J. d pleces-of-elgh- t. American Theater the-estat- Marvels of Landscape, at Huge Panama-Pacifi- c Sculpture and Architecture, Wonderful Exhibits International Exposition, San Francisco TYPICAL SCENE IN ONE OF THE FOUR INNER COURTS A LIFETIME TO LOW ROUND TRIP RATES AFFORD GREATEST OPPORTUNITY OF WORLD'S NATIONS TAKE WONDERFUL JOURNEY AND SEE FINEST DISPLAYS OF Interna-tlona- l presented by the Panama-PaclflThese pictures nt best can Indicate but feebly the Indescribable marvels exposition at San Francisco to which the people of all nations aro thronging. exhibitors, representing every country on t he globe Fortrtwo foreign nations, and more than S0.000 Individual present-daachievements which are no d i lnjed In $50,000,000 show tho best of their have sent to this wonderful also in the buildings of the state and foreign group, the latter the eleven colossal exhibit palaces and represented. More than $ the state or futlt in most cases In a style of architecture characteristic of street of this nationfair, where tho world s premier great amusement the "Zone," tho 3,000-foo- t attractions ever assembled rowmen arrcTnductlngthe most wonderful and most original and pure-fuc y slght-seeing n fr ordcftTrTt of people tho railroads figures. to tions of tho city havo agree to keep their schedule of prices downmay normal bo had free for tho asking by addressing information regarding this wonderful world's fair Exposition. San Francisco r?he nureau of .Publications, Press i Building, Panama-Paclfl- hnnkixt International lii colors, containing detailed ... . . j.il . ninstrntPd -'- firi .uiv.nnrn " 10 an, uuu.e ,, p forma, who win lorwara rnnni. formation regarding tho glories of tnis great ceieorauon uuu u cuiuiucm SISHTS mdTmPfwFwnF c the greatest all expositions within reach seeing Z opportunity ofrates In this most marvelous ofFrancisco, and the hotel andofrestaurant associahalf to and from San havo cut Sinn-age- num-bo- r r In- - ui.!... -..!!., in thn o, hnt i i.ii ....... nt ti, rnurt nf A lui niln ncp.. at the Panama- v Deta 1 showing tlio ricu nnu uriuiu.u buhk"""" orange trees In full bearing and rare Mowers. Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco. In this court are .i ii """ REFINED BEAUTY SHOWN IN SCULPTURAL ADORNMENT SKS rt 1 lZO Interna' l.nfnm nio Pni.nr-- . - Fine Arts. 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"Tt4E BUILDING THAT USED FOUR CARLOADS OF NAILS i .,i..v.i m.nii in-- mvR nf clcnntlc searchlight largest hemispherical glass dome In tho world and la .! i viihh, thr hulldtaB Tho globe which Is the assumes all the colors ot the Pa. amipac Ho international nn ot tho nnny marveta JS great great building at night with exposition,otthen searchlights casting the sign tho tho rays of tho Zodiac over Its gleaming surface. . . L ... . .. .i..n.. ? fijsiblfTNlO INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION .a-Stl- c atrble, Itb7e"wflrst nuu international Exposition, San ?anc.?co. which U used on tne renMyiv-.ni- -, indoor aerop.ane flight the Btructure Ws eno . fv g. JSSSZ View of architect s great JSS PP ... . " "u0 :;Vir ... tl, nvnnaltlnn crnuniln nt Snn FrallciBCO. Viflltora to tfao en omber he huge Inside Inn at that exposition. There 1. a o!f accommodating thousands of people. Tho location ot vith a capacity -at Palace ot Fine ArU. 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Dmb's Kidaey Pills Are Beiaf SupfM John Galloway is in Iowa on a prosFree to Tie SafferUf Men. e, pecting tour. Miss Rena Morgan, of Urandenburg, Any of Our Readers Can Try This Faand Miss I5va Payne are assisting Mrs. mous Remedy Without Expense. I. 13. Hottell in the millinery business. Just Send For a Trial Box. Mrs. J. J. Tilford has returned from Fordsville. Hardships and exposure in the cold, Miss Margaret Conniff was hostess to wet trenches is crippling thousands of V. C. Club Tuesday evening. the G. warring European soldiers with kidney Laruu Cox has moved his family to troubles and rheumatism. The foreign the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, Pills are doingoffices of Doan's Kidney a good deed in giving near Guston. this famous remedy free to every soldMr. and Mrs. R. A. Crider enter- ier who wants a box. n Co. of Buffalo, N. Y., tained Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowell, Miss that of Doan's, Mary Alexander and Hubert Lyons to makers to send a state their they will medicine trial of be glad dinner Sunday. free to any reader of this paper who R. L. Jordan has sold his hardware will write them for it. store to Compton Bros., of Hewleyville. There are many recommenders of Mrs. Virgil Hrite and daughter, Mar- Doan's Kidney Pills in this vicinity. tha Howe, have been vititing in Lewis-por- t. Here is a list of users who have publicly endorsed Doan's. OF DOAN'S: CLOVERPORT ENDORSERS Miss Viola Lewis, of Ovveusboro, and I V. Chnpin, Leon Lewis, of Louisville, spent the V. M. Johnson, week end with Misses Kva Carrigan and Edith Lewis. Walter Meador, J. 11. Strong, Irvingtoiiians in Louisville last week: J. li. Weatherholt, Misses Cleo Brownficlil, Elizabeth Hax Win. M. Young. J. T. ter, Edith Lewis, Johnsou, ICd McAfee, I'ercy Henderson, Messrs. A. T. Adkins and I'ercy Hen- street trades. Those small boys who derson are delivering Sunday newspapers are perhaps innocently, but Mrs. U. I). Hook was hostess to the Housekeepers' League Thursday after good citizens can correct the matter if program was they will. noon. A very intere-.tinarranged. Subject was Textiles. MuThe niarringe of Miss Elsie ISaxter to sic was furnished by the attractive Mr. Ernest Stith was solemnized Sundaughters of the Hostess, Misses Ruby day evening at the Presbyterian Manse Haynes and Elizabeth Moreman Hook. and wife, of Fordj Dr. C. Dewi-esDelightful reduihments were served. ville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gordon ISrown, of Ekron, has been Tilford Saturday. They were en route the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence to their new home at Clinton, Ky. Kirtley. The School League will hold an open session in the school chapel on nxt Gilliu Dowell and Miss Elizabeth Foster-Milbure Mrs. E. 13. English, who was operated on for appendicitis at Berea, stood the operation line and Is getting along nicely. Mrs. Larkin Gibson, of Cloverport, has returned to her home, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Amos Board. The many friends of Mr. Alvln Skillman will be glad to know that he has about recovered from a severe at tack of the grip. While Mr. Skillman has not been confined to his home all of the time he has not been able to do any work. Miss Bessie B. Weatherford spent the week end at her home in Harned. Miss Louise Moorman was the guest her parents Sunday at their home near Glen Dean. Prof. Steele, one of the High school teachers, has resigned and gone to Paducah, where he will get a larger salary and a promise of more next year. Hardinsburg's loss Is Paducah's gain. Prof. Steele Is an excellent Christian gentleman and we commend Prof. L. him to the Paducah people. M. Sholler, of Bowliug Green, has taken Prof. Steele's place. Mrs. Lee Bishop will go to Louisville this week to purchase her spring millinery goods. Miss Annie Lee Bishop has been in Louisville for several Robert Johnson w'll begin a series of meetings at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Rev. Charles will be here to sing. He is remember ed by a number of citizens for he has been here twice before. Rev. S. K. Hunt will fill his pulpit Sunday morning. Victor Pile was the supper guest of Mr. and Mrs II. B. Moorman at Harned weeks. Rev. Sam Dix has opened his marl mine on the railroad just above town. He says it Is the finest fertilizer on the market. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard genera! strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out Matarla.enrichei the blood .and builds up the iyi. tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT EGOS BEEF, strloln MUTTON, leg LODIBURG. Sam Beauchamp, of Henderson, visited his father, Eugene Beauchamp, of Clifton Mills. Carlt. Payne happened to a very serious accident one day last week while feeding. He felt through a hole in the barn toft und broke some of his ribs. We are glad to say he Is getting along nicely and is able to be out. Ernest Beauchamp and family, who have been living in Ohio for ten or twelve years, came in Ust Saturday. He will work his father's farm this year. Mrs. George Cox purchased a fine young barred Plymouth Rock cockerel of W. W. Brown, the professor of Kirk Articles 385 410 445 1030 1030 1117 118 Energy 10c will buy . MIL- K- l'OKK, loin. HREAKKAST FOODS . CHEESE BUTTE U.. MOB PO TATOES JtEANS, dried.. WHEAT FLOUR ..1385 I025 2!G0 3040 (1540 . - Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Snow Drift, Bob White or Extra Fancy flour from your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Self-Risin- g poultry farm. Henry Gibson sold to John Biddle a farm of 113 acre?, lying near Fryraire, for $1,500. Earl Basham, who has been living on Sugar Tree Run, has moved to Bards-towNelson county. Wallace Parks has moved into the house vacated by Lue Auldrege, and will work with his father, Jesse Pa: ks, this season Mrs. Remus Basham and three children started to Tuscola. III., last Sunday to join her husband who has a position on a farm near Tuscola. John Biddle sold Henry Gibson a fine young mule. Consideration, $150. Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., Kardinsburg, Ky. 1 n, last Wednesday. Crider weru in.irried in Louisville Tuesday. They are making their heme with Mr. and Mrs. Taj lor Dowell. Miss Mary Alexander gave a miscellaneous shower Monday evening in honor of Miss Crider. Some of our good citizsns are much interested in the passage of the Palmer Owen child labor bill, Kentucky has a splendid child labor law, but the citizens are not enforcing it when young children are permitted to engage in SYMPTOMS Slight Symptoms Sometimes Presage Serious Results. Do you feel tired, have jou a sallow complexiou, constipation, headache, bad breath, sleeplessness or circles around your eyes? If so, you are undoubtedly suffering from some liver 4 4 f i r. i. j. complaiot. Perhaps you don't feel verv badly now, but delay Is dangerons. 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 It Is replacing calomel everywhere. has all the effectiveness, not the e licet of calomel. Insist on getting the LAX, bearing the original LIV-VUlikeness and signature of L. K. Grigs-by- , which is guarantee to give satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by Kincheloe's l'harniacy. LIV-VUK K Keep Your Bowels Regular. As everyone knows, the bowels are Simply Use Karris Colic Remedy. drop It on the horse's tongue with the the sewerage system of the body, and medicine dropper that Is furnished it is of the greatest importance that with every .10 cts. bottle. Cures fifty-nin- e they move once each day. If your times out of sixty, and the women bowels become constipated, take a dose Friday evening at 7::i0. can give it when you are away. of Chamberlain'i Tablets just after supthe disorder. Little Franklin Waggoner is suffer- Money back If It falls. For sale at per and they ing from a bevere cut on the face by a Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Obtainable everywhere. piece of glass. W. J. Piggott, Jr., and James Server, A GENERAL SURVEY OF of Henderson, were dinner guests of Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Piggott on will Everything new and evening. They left on the late train THE WAR be on display at our Spring Opening for Calhoun and other points to give Friday and Saturday, March it) and 20. some pruning demonstrations tor the for big ad. B. F. Beard & Co. farm extension department of the Uni- Watch Tho German war office announces Mrs. Rosa Bennett, of New Harversity. near Arras mony, Ind , is with her mother, Mrs. S. the capture of a trench The various civic and church organi-z4tioand tho repulse of French efforts In glad to are workiug on a plan to secure A. Bennett. Her friends are the Argonne. Tho Russians have sufagain. fered severe losses in attempting to a community and club house tor the have her in their midst , Mrs. Emma McKaughln is In Evans-villeadvance at Lomza, In northern Poland, town. but are admitted to have renewed their Ind , with her sister who is ill. Przasnysz. At the meeting ot the City Council offensive near Austrian aviators flung flvo bombs HARDINSBURG they decided to have Main street at the residence of the Crown Prince graded. Danllo, of Montenegro, near Antlrarl, George Driskell has been in Louisbut missed their mark by a narrow blessings, and blessings will "Plant ville for some time and is being treated margin. bloom, Petrograd dispatches predict the fall Plant hate and hate will grow; for heart disease. Last Friday his wife You can sow today tomorrow will and daughter received a message to of Stanislau In Bukowlna within a bring short time. In the Carpathians trio The blossoms that proves what sort of come at once as he was not so well. Russians continue their advance. It thing Miss Grace T. Wright, after a few Is thought that Marshal Von Hlnden-bur- g Is the seed the seed that you son." weeks rest, has resumed her position as will need reinforcements' In clerk with J. W. Schoop. northern Poland soon, as the Russians Hammon Blatn, Andrew Basham and there are pressing, him hard. Mrs. Court Babbage, of Louisville, Tho French general staff announces families left tor Illinois last week. has been the guest of Mrs Ermine still further progress In the ChamPhil Pettlt, of Rome, Ind., passed pagne district and says that the PrusShellman. Attorney Gus Drown made a busi- through town last Wednesday en route sian guard has suffered severe losses. for Nashville, Tenn. The Germans have captured a trench ness trip to Louisville last week. R. A. Barbee has gone to Gondola( near Arras and the allies on the dunes Mrs. Nora Board ar.d children, of Rhelms is being systemIrvington, have been tho guests of III., to work in a gents furnishing store. in Flanders. A French aviator His brother, J. E. Barbee, is there. atically bombarded. Mrs Charlie Hoard, Sr. destroyed a powder plant in Baden will both go to the Panama ExMrs. Joel II. Pile, of Washington, They after a flight or 186 miles. August. From Rome comes a dispatch saying D. C, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Orrln position in Mrs. Jesse Asklns and son, Robert, that it Is learned confidentially there Hardin, near Cloverport, this week. Lodlburg Monday to visit her that tho Intervention of Greece Is inMrs D. W, Scott has returned to went to evitable, but that the stop will not sister, Mrs. Geo. R. Cox. her home in Louisville, after a visit to necessarily be taken immediately. W. J. Schoop went to Louisville Sather sister, Mrs. A. M. Kincheloe. It was officially reported that withKev. and Mrs. Scott will go to Florida urday. hours at least in the last forty-eigh- t March IB. This trip Is given them by Kev. J, E. Wincliell, Ekron, preached four German submarines preying upon the Parkland church of which Rev. two fine sermons at the Baptist church commerce In the British channel, have been sunk. The latest was reported Sunday. Scott is pastor. Don't Drench Horses. STEPHENSPORT. ns threw threo shells into a submarine, tearing her apart. The German official statement reported successful operations along the Meuse, and the cessation of French night attacks on Celles. According to the statement an attack by Russians on tho north Poland lino was repulsed. Russia's official statement tells of Czernowitz, from the retirement Bukowlna, by the Auatrlans, the occupation of Stanislau, Galicla, by Russian forces and obstinate fighting In the Carpathians and north Poland, all favorable to their troops. The peremptory order of tho British government for the resumption of work by the ship yard engineers at the Clyde yards who went on strike for an increase in wages ,has produced speedy results. Committees representing the strikers decided to advise the men to return to work Immediately. Representative Cullop of Indiana is In high spirits because the senate has accepted his amendment to the Georgia judicial bill, under which President Wilson, before he can appoint the new federal Judge provided for Georgia, .must make public a complete list of the indorsements of the men whom he selects for this place. The attendance at the Panama Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco for its first week was announced as 619,000, a daily average of 88,429. According to the official statement the attendance at the Chicago exposition for the same period was 267,035 and at St. Louis 325,144. by tho French ministry of marine, which said that a French warship Attention Fishermen! Ship us your Fresh Fish, Turtles, and Eels. Big demand Top Prices. We also receive Poultry and Eggs. Address West End Fish Market (613 West Market St. Louisville, Ky. LET 1VIE 1 Sell you a farm, or a black smith shop, or a store and stock of goods or trade you shop or the store for a farm. Any old way to get up a trade. I can sell you an improved farm in Oklahoma or in Florida or I can sell you raw land in Florida, in a new place, where you can live easy and a long time and make money. Let me tell you about the Florida proposition. C. L. Hardinsburg, BEARD, : : John B. Sollltt, .superintendent of police, acting under instructions from the Peru, Ind., police board, has issued a notice that after March 15 all baseball pools and pools of other kinds, punchboards and sticker boards, will be prohibited in this city. Baseball pools last year' paid the winners as high as $809 each week ot the season. 014 :rci, OUtr Iiwflii Wii'l Cm The wertt cues, nomatter of how ire cured by the 'wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antlreplro Healing Oil. It rclierei Fain and Ilealt at the time time. I5c, 60c, JLOO. t Kentucky 9 years old, perfectly Shetland Pony Good saddler, safe for children. Price $50 For Sale! Cant C. H. CLAYC0MB, Webster, Ky. Stephensport School Doing Good Work Now. Stephensport, March 8. (Special.) Our school which was delayed for sev eral weeks on account of meatles, has now enjoyed one month of continuous work. The teachers, Mr. McCoy and Miss Hawkins, were busy Thursday and Friday giving the monthly- - examinations. Interest continues good, and tho grades speak well considering the have had to time some of s rectlonof Mr. R. T. McCoy, will resume its work, giving its next program Friday night, March 12. The patrons are especially invited to attend these meetings and give to the young.people your encouragement. Mrs. Tabor Dead. Mrs. Truman Tabor, who has been in bad health for several years, died In Owensboro, March 5, where she had been for several weeks for treatment. She was brought here Saturday and lntered in the Garfield cemetery. Mrs. Tabor leaves a husband, two children, a mother, five sisters, five brothers, besides a large number of relatives to mourn her death, Garfield miss. The Literary Society, under the dl- -