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The Breckenridge news: March 17, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915031701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 17, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XXXIX BEARD BROTHERS Miss Prewitt and CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1915. Father Improving. SALE Mrs J. V. l'rewitt is nt home from Howling Green for a short visit mid brings most pleasing news of Dr. Prew itt's and Miss Mildred's improvement They are doing splendidly, and will return home March 27th. Hvcry one who knows the l'rewitt family is delighted to know their complete recovery is assured and will be ir'ad to have them home so soon Dr Aud, of Cecliian, was a guest West of Dr. l'rewitt on Wednesday. Point Cor. Iilizabethtown News. 8 Pages ,0. 37 35,000 Pounds Sold at Hardinsburg Yesterday Very Poor Quality-Toba- HAVEB!G Sell One Car Load of Cattle to Morris Max & Co. -- Buy Many Head of Cattle-Fi- ne FOR BILLY SUNDAY Brings Splendid Revival to the Methodist Church and Other Collections For the Evangelist Denominations Many in Philadelphia May Reach Prices cco Paid and Given. PRICES 5 TO 6i CENTS. tribute. Figuring that half of the total number at the three meetings contributed Washington. (Special) Tho stntus bills there would be at least $20,000 of the duties nnd powers of the In taken up altogether. The church col cumbent or the newly created post lections, if averaged at 50 each, would of chief of operations In the navy de- me.-.$,l,0C0 more. partment will he one of serious doubt The ten collections at the meetings and possible controversy during tho Rossa L. Green. Assistant. MATCH LARGE ATTENDANCE Pr G. P. Maysey sold to W. K. Dunlap, administration of Secretary Daniels. during last week probably vielded an Chipley, Ga., two spring Duroc gilts It was pointed out that nny secretary average of $1,000 a meeting, makimr Three Busy Ministers. desiring to have the bureau of opera $10,000 additional, or a total for the for '$05; James Tinius, Holt, Duroc Placed By a Small Boy and a At Dedication of Masonic Temple tions fill the place that tho originators tabernacle and churches collections of boar, $22.50. Rev. Mr. Wade and Mrs. Wade, Intended, would solve tho question by $60,000. To this must sold Morris Irvington, spent Sunday in Webster. W. R. Moorman & Son Dangerous Explosion at Hardinsburg Saturday Night appointing Admiral Dewey to tho post $20,1)00 represented bybe added at least the cheeks and Marx & Co. one Durham bull, 1,800 It was Mr. Wade's regular appointchief, nnd One is Dangerously pounds at 0c. Generous Free Will Offering of the general makinghisthe members grtenbacks and gold sent to him per ment there. of board aides. Tho sonally. general board has not statutory au Rev. R. H Moorman, Louisville, Hurt. Beside the cash, the al For Circuit Clerk. preached at Glen Dean Sunday. The Masonic Temple at Uardins-tiur- g thorization and was constituted mere- ready has received gifts evanctlist valued at fully was dedicated with impressive ly by naval regulations. As a result $5,000. Rev. J. E. Williams, of Kingswood, S. B. Payne, of Irvington, announces Hardinsburg, March I5. (Special.) It has no authority and on some in this issue for Circuit Clerk. Mr. preached at Stephensport Sunday. Saturday morning Matthias Hook, the ceremonies Saturday night, T. J. little or no Influence. Adams olllciated. Mr. Adams is Dcp Payne is well known all over the coun youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J Mr. Daniels brought about suitable SIXTY-TW- 0 uty Grand Master of Grand Lodge CANDLES. ty. For eight years he has served as Hook, $13,300 For Meade County. in his struck a match to some powder superintender.t of Widows and and amendment of tho aoriginal provision Or. for the creation of bureau of opera giving his postmanter at Irvington, father's store' "down" close to the" The Meade County (my home Coun- mill. A powder can was open close to phans Home The exercises were tions. He has gave out an Interview whole time and' attention to the work Court has appropriated him and an explosion took place. All largely attended with representatives declaring that he had brought nbout On Cake in Honor of firs. Beard's office. He made a good post- - ty) Fiscal ;f that Birthday Anniversary. iaster and no word of complaint was $13,:00 to be used on of the front part of the store was blown from every lodge In the county. A amendment of the original provision because It would have had tho effect Of this amount $600 will be ap- out and a lot of the stock was ruined. free-wil- l offering of $i2o was taken. yer made against him. Mr. Payne is of abolishing the general hoard, or good citizen, reliable and trustworthy plied on the road from Brandenburg to Numbers of the can goods were burst-ed- . at least impairing Its usefulness In The birthday anniver New Machine Shop Hardin county line. Leitchfield will do nis duty wnerever cauea. the y Matthias was badly burned, and tne matter or tho preparation or war sary of Mrs. Taylor Beard was cele is n KRnnniican anu 11 win lasts a Gazette. for a while it was feared that his eyes For Cloverport Soon. plans. The bill as passed still gives brated at her home Sunday. The cele. mighty good one to beat him in the were out, but the last report was that the chief of operations tho duty of T. F, Sawyer installs machine 'shop preparing, under tho direction of the bration was a family dinner which was Scarlet Fever Here. primary. he can see, but is burned very badly and expects to be ready lor busines on secretary, plans for war. Mr. Daniels handsome in all its appointments. The Two cases of scarlet tcver are in baturday afternoon his suliering was April 1st. The intention is to manuwas a magnificent cake, admitted that It was most uncortaln center-piec- e New Home In Louisville. intense. Clarence Lewis was in the Cloverport. The town has been atfacture a newlv patented coal oil mixer how this would work out: ho wishes large enoi.gh to support sixty-twt the time and he was blown store for gasoline en- to havo the task of preparing war candles. On each brick of ice cream valve, W. II Hensley, train master of the tacked by measles and mumps, and the several feet. Several other men were gines, an attachment plans remain with tho general board, was the figure 6:2. Another Interesting to use coal oil in place of gasoL , II & St L R R. Company, moved last deveopement is rather discourag- shocked from the explosion. but tho law now definitely puts this and delicious part of the menu was a line. into his elegant new home in Louisville ing to the city school which has been " duty In the hands of tho chief of oper- Mammoth Bronze turkey from Mrs. and Broadway last affected by the contagions. at Thirty-Secon- d Big Raft of Logs. Notice Taxpayers. ations. k Beard's week. With him are his mother and poultry yard. Geo. Tomer and Jim McCoy run out Covers were set for the following: All taxes not paid in the Cloverport sister, Miss Ilertha Hensley. Editor Willis Here. RADIUM METHOD Mr. and Mrs. Taj lor Beard, Mr. and of Sinking creek last week a raft of -- 63 District before March 29, i9ls, I will IMPROVED J. W. Willis, editor of the Record logs for Owensboro. Capt. l'ullen's be. compelled to advertise your properMrs. Thos. Beard and family, Mr. and Happy on the Branch. Press, of Hardinsburg, was in Clover-po- gasoline boat, Bull Moose, towed them ty and sell, as I will make my settle Radium of Any Degree of Purity Can Mrs. Herbert Beard, Arthur Beard. Now Be Made. Thursday and made a fraternal down. Patrons on the Branch line are all Mrs. Eliza Taylor, Miss Benin Tavlor, tuent April 1. Come and pay. It will Denver. (Special) Experts in the MorrU Kincheloe aud Judge Moorman. happy now that the mail service has visit to the Breckenridge News office. you cost and trouble, as I am gosave A Promising Tenor. been restored and they are getting Mr. Willis is a pleasant competitor, ing to collect these taxes at once. 1 local concentrating plant of the of mines say their mail regularly. They say it fs the having been in the newspaper and For Or Against. of Mr. and Mrs. Urnest Car- will ba in my olllco Friday, Friday United States bureau I'riends thoy have discovered Improved methprinter's trade for many years. best service they have ever had. son are rejoiced with them in the ex- night and Saturday at Cloverport, Ky ods of concentrating radium ores, by The announcement of Hon. H. V. Respectfully, cellent reports which they have received which they can produce radium salts McCliesney, former Secretary of State T. HKAItU, S. I). C of late from their only son, Percy, a A. ot virtually nny degree of purity. and Superintendent of Public InstrucBy W. C. Pate, D. S. student at the Camp preparatory shipment of radium tion, as a candidate for Governor before Tho second school, an educational institution of high salts, valued nt $11,000 toward filling the Democratic primary, has created the order of Dr. Howard Kelly, of tho quite a stir among the politicians. repute. He PISGAH NEWS. National Radium Institute of Balti- comes Not only is the lad doing good work out squarely for the submission more, for ten grams, worth approxiGet Prices From the Mill That Saves You Money as a student, but he is showing unusual prohibition to the voters Mrs. W. I. Taul It ft Sunday tor I)e-h- mately $12,000 has been made. A of State-wid- e talent as a singer, and in a recent rendi- catur and Jacksonville, 111 , to visit $30.00 Patent Flour, per barrel Cotton Seed Meal, per ton . ..$7.40 third consignment valued at $20,000 of Kentucky by constitutional amend tion of some fine musical numbers his laughters for short time. A new Mixed Feed, the best for will bo made next week. Production ment. He also advocates that the law Golden Grain, per barrel ..$7.00 clear boyish voice carried the tenor solo . be inoperative for several years as to Miss Marie McOovern will teach a will contlnuo nt the rnto of nbout . $30.00 Meal, per bushel. all kinds ol stock, per ton. .90 parts with purity, and elicited highest slimmer school at her h6ine schoolhouse a day until the order is filled. manufacturers who have a large invest praise from musicians who heard him. ment so as to euable them to dispose of at Free, Ky. NIGHT or change their plants and stock on IN AUT0ALL I'isgah Sunday school will begin SITS hand. Tlisre Is no question but that Faster Sunday. One hundred and ten BEWLEYVILLE. Dispute Over Ownership of Auto Leads Mr. McChesney will have behind him enrolled. "Cheapest and Best" to Divorce. Miss Lillian Carman returned home Mrs. T. M. Pate was the fguest of Senator Beckham, Gen. Haley und the Baltimore. (Special) After having temperance element of the Democratic last Friday after a two weeks visit to Mrs. W. I. Taul Monday. t We handle GLOBE FERTILIZER, none better her uncle, Richard Carman. Mary SIThe Kmery family, who Jhave heeu sat steadily for sixteen hours in the party, and that the race will be fought Miss bed fast for quite a while, are slowly im- automobile whose ownership she dis- out with Mr. Stanley, who will repreRichard Carman accompanied putes with her husband, Mrs. Cath- sent the liberal element. It will be Lillian, and will be gone a week or ten proving. a M. Woolley permitted tho car to days. close fight and the campaign will doubt Miss Myra aud I'carl Ilasham have re- erine be moved to "neutral ground" after All box holders on the Bewleyville turned from o visit to their grandfather, 11 o'clock in the morning. less grow quite warm as the primary Clover: Red, Crimson, White, Sweet; Red Top and Guston Telephone line have been Mr. John Anderson. Mr. McChesney is a Mrs. Woolley got Into tho car in tho approaches. Timothy; Cow Peas; Oats; Cane Seed; Kentucky at work on the line for a couple of days Miss Lena and Louise Rice will visit alloy in the rear of her home and pre- splendid campaigner and will make making much needed repairs. Let the their aunt, Mrs. Louis Sublett, of Owens- vented its delivery to a purchaser to votes wherever he goes. The attempt Blue Grass' good work go on. We suggest some boro, quite soon. k whom her husband had sold it. to the state wide question Prices that will save you money in the buying and All night Mrs .Woolley had heated was of no avail and the old parties will road repairing round about Bewley-vlllMr. Iiennie Taut and; JamesJRice money in the crops. com- have make you bricks brought to her and was to come out either for or against were the guests of William Ryan fortable despito the cold wcathor. Mr. and Mrs.' Gilbert Kasey and famthe proposition. Harrodsburg Leader. She will sue for partial divorce, ily spent Saturday night and Sunday We nuvo saved money for some of our friends by helpMiss Mary Newman is recovering from alimony and an adjudication ot the with Mr. and Mrs. Jim I'oushee. a bad case of grip. Return From New York. ing them figuie out their lumber in their homes, both old ownership of the automobile. Jordan & Conipton have closed out Mrs, Ilurks, the aged mother of Mrs. and new Wo can do tho sumo for you. Mrs. Jeff Hambleton nnd Miss Anne their hardware business at Irvington Jack Joues, is recovering from a serious Hnmbleton, of Henderson, were pasChildren's Work. and Compton Bros, have removed the illness. sengers on the Henderbon Route last stock and fixtures to Uewleyville, They The Sunbeam Band of the Baptist week. They were returning from New Mr. aud Mrs. Mort I'umphrey, of York City where (hey had been pur now have an store and a I ml , returned home Monday, church at Glen Dean gave a candy chasing spring goods for Mr. Hamble-ton'- s Rome, KWALITY KOUNTS. YOU KNOW full stock of goods. pulling Saturday afternoon and cleared spending a mouth with Mr. and store. Our young men who left for Iowa after The enter OeHaveu, at Don Haven Ranch, $3 for a special work. some ten days ago have arrived in Mrs. O. tainment was managed by Mrs. Jones Tacky Party, Here. Miss Nannie Ryan spent part of last safety, found employment and seem and Miss Mabel Howard, The chil week with Miss Addie Newmau. satisfied- Report much snow nnd cold The B, Y. P. U. will give a pound so are anthuslatic little church dren Mrs. O. Detlaveu willileave next week worker. weather. clot and tacky party Thursday night in McQuady, My. Mrs. Rosa Carter has been with the to visit Mrs. A. J, Gross, at Holt, and Oelze's Hall. The Kpworth League has family of B. S. Wilson several days. Mrs, Mort Pumphrey, at Rome, Ind. Now is the time to subscribe been Invited. n Beard Hros., Hardinsburg, sold last week one car load cuttle to Morris Mr. McGary to Spend Marx & Co , Louisville, averaged l)2o a Month in Golden West. 10 One pounds. Price $5.35 to McGary, of Hatdlnsburg, left Philip car load hogs average IS5 pounds to Monday morning forSan Diego.andSan Louisville Provision Co. Francisco, Cal , to visit his brothers, They sold to farmers 12 head good Will McGary andWathen McGary. Mr. lersev milch cows at $50 to $71). Pair, McGary is one of the progressive poulmules to J. V. Horsely $300; 5 head of try men of the county and will, no $130. mules, $"5 to doubt, bring back many new aud helpThey bought 10 head cattle, average ful ideas for poultry circles here. 800, from Dr. Hart, McDaniels; 9 head average 925, from Fred Cannon; 5 head School Closes. average 800, from Mat Mattingly; 4 head average 1,200, from Green Bros.; The closing exercises held Saturday 2 trom Robert Moorman, average 000; night at the Methodist church by the 12 head average 1,000, from J. E. colored school, were of a high literary Monarch. Prices paid 5 to 0)i cents. order and were largely attended. G. A. Wright sold to Bowlds Botts & Kvery student entered into his work Co., Louisville, 25 head cattle average with a spirit that gave a wide interest ull & Sons 4 800, at $6.10. Frank McGary j through the program. head average 1,000, at 56.25. The closing term ot tins sciiool year J. B. Hayues and A. L. 'Lewis, left a high educational interest among Stephensport, sold !J5 head of hogs on pupils and patrons. the Evansville market last week at Silas E. Dean, Principal. to $2.00. Tuesday, March 23. Sold $1.-4- 0 Sale Again Next $100,000. The revival at the Methodist church closed in Hawesville Sunday night. There were 25O conversions. The services were conducted by the Rev. Swope, an evangelist. Rev. J. T, Hushing, presiding elder, spoke very highly of his work and his preaching. The evangelist was paid $300, aud the minister's salary was overpaid. Many u people cams from Lewlsport aud to attend the services nnd the tevlval gives promise of lasting good for the city of Hawesville Can-nelto- n rff ids. narainsDiirg. uniy D,uuu II were sold and quality very poor. Prices were $1.40 to $2.00 per hundred: the best leaf brought 7k. However the sale was very satisfactory considering quality of the weed. Every tobacco grower must be sure to come next Tuesday, March 23. Do not miss this sale. 1 1 Smallest sale of the tobacco season took place at the Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Co's. house yesterday in "v 1 rt r- - DUTIES oFnAVAL Philadelphia, .March 15. Tin pans heaped with envelopes containing mone and loose notes, n big tin bucket loaded with cash, a purse filled with gold, and letters inclosing greenbacks and checks came to Billy Sunday in the free-wioffering made by the revival tabernacle at three big meetings yesterday, while in 000 churches that are back of the campaign separate collections were taken. There also will be added to ths last day offering the amounts that were received at all the ll week-da- y BOARD ARE IN DOUBT General Board Status Under New Law. Is nnd the checks and cash received in the mail. Exactly how much the committee expects to turn over to the evangelist in a draft could not be learned, though meetings at the tabernacle there is ing will exceed $100,000. Hundreds of business firms have been asked to con- every evidence that the offer- J0P0WDER Hap-pens-N- ques-Hon- ;a sixty-seco- nd o pure-stoc- rt OOOQXXXX:0XXX0XXXXXXXXX ALWAYS! ALWAYS!! ALWAYS!!! er $2,-40- 0 .-- Seeds of all Kinds side-trac- e. S1111-da- y. Give Us a Call McQUADY MILLING COMPANY - PROF. V. 0. GILBERT WOULD HEAD eians and surgeons lu the state, who will operate the Institution on the plan followed In the best tuberculosis sanatoria In America, SCHOOL SYSTEM Democratic those of Colorado. the Adlrondacks particularly and of Claycomb & Kendalls Announces His Candidacy for Nomination for OF PUBLIC I SUPERINTENDENT INSTRUCTION i'li Arrangements lor preliminary ex aminatlons and reservations for ad mission to the sanatorium are already being made to the Louisville Antl Tuberculosis Association, with whom all physicians or patients arc expected to communicate. The Court of Last Resort. Around the stove of the cross roads grocery Is the real court of last rjsort, for It finally overrules all others. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court in almost every cross roads grocery in this country, and has always received a favorable verdict. It is In the country where man expects to receive full value for his money that this remedy Is most appreciated. Obtainable everywhere. His Life Has Been Devoted to the Work career nt tho age of sixteen In a country school, 1 have served as best I could as teacher in the rural schools, as county superintendent of schools, as city superintendent of schools, as Instructor In one of our state normal r.chools nnd as assistant for over three years to tho stato superintendent of public instruction during the present administration. 'During this long career as a school man, I have never wavered In my (lection to tho schools of my native state. It has been and will continue to bo my life's work. "I nm familiar with all tho duties of the office to which I aspire, and I am familiar with the entire field from actual experience. "If I am nominated and elected, I pledge myself unreservedly to the following policies: "First To ndminlster tho office of state superintendent as economically cs It can be done, consistent with efficiency. It will pay you to read this advertisement. All Professor V. O. Gilbert of Franklin, assistant Mate superintendent, lias announced himself a cnndldato for t'.ic Democratic nomination for state superintendent of public Instruction in tho August primary election. Horn and reared on a farm, experienced In the hard school of poverty, he early chose teaching for a profession and for over thirty years has Inlthfully and continuously worked in the public Hchool system. Teaching in country scnools, serving as county iiiperintendent, city superintendent, being for more than six years a member of tho faculty of the Western Kentucky State Normal, and having been csslstant state superintendent for nearly three years and a half, has given hi ui special training for the office he seeks. During all these years I'rofessor Gilbert has made a thorough study of tiie conditions and needs of the public schools of Kentucky. His follows: "To the People of Kentucky: "I am a candidate for the office of superintendent of public Instruction, Right or Wrong He Is a Man. Senator Camden will reach home about next Monday, the ijtli, or sooner lie has worthily worn the mantle of the distinguished men whom Woodford lias furnished to the national congrccs in The Washington Star years gone by. of last Thursday, speaking of Senator Camden, said that nu Senator had ever accomplished more in so shot i a time. In a few months he lias made an impression on tiie Senate chamber which will not soon be effaced. Even those who differed most violently from him on questions of legislation must perforce He has at least stirred respect him. within them "That stern joy which warriors feel In foemeu worthy of their steel." As I have already stated in these columns, I have agreed witli Senator Cam den most thoroughly on the Ship Purchase I'.ill, and have taken pleasure in Hut those endorsing him absolutely. who think he was right, and those who think he was wrong, can nil unite mo?t heai lily in agieeinent on one point light or wrong, lie is a MAN! A. A. II. in' Woodford Sun. goods guaranteed to be as represented. We hope to make this sale please every one by giving you good bargains and making many friends for ourselves. We now have a beautiful assortment of new Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Trimming and Neckwear. OurlO Days Sale Starts Mar.19 You will find quoted below a few of our many bargains: Dry Goods. Hoosier Cotton 4Jc Bleach Cotton, best 8Jc Children's Underwear, per garment... 10c Simpson's Calico 5Jc 15c Percale 12c 9c Apron Gingham 7Jc 12c Dress Gingham 10c All Fall and Winter Dress Goods go at reduced prices. .'. Enamelware. Great Bargains in Gray Enamelware. 17 Quart Dish Pan 25c 10 Quart Water Pail 25c 10 Quart Cooking Kettle 25c 14 Quart Dish Pan 25c 12 Quart Preserving Kettle 25c ri 11 r 'n ran iyc it vuari Lisn v . .. 8 Quart Dish Pan . 10c - with the "Second To county superintendents of the state, and to aid them In every possible way Subrcribe for The News We have American Wire Fence for salethe best on thf niiWr Chilled Plows, and agents for McCormack's Binders, Mowers and Rakes. All other Hardware too numerous to mention. These prices are tor Cash or Produce. Come, give us a trial. full line of flillinery Goods for the ladies. We also have a mart CLAYCOMB & KENDALL, BIG SPRING. Master William Miller, jr., of Vine Grove, lias been visiting his grandmoth er, Mrs. I,i lie Scoot. Mr. Jim Ilrown, after having his sale, has moved near Elilabethtown. Mr. Kerry has moved to the Jim Drown farm. Mr. Arms has his new house nearly completed and will move to it soon. Joe Itewley is building a new house on his farm near our little town, and will move as soon as it is finished. Mrs. Shelby I'arrow has been very sick, but is some better nosv. Miss Maud Scott has returned home, after an extended trip to Vine Grove. Mrs. Illaiikinship has been on n visit to her son, Iildrige, who lives at Memphis, Tenu. Our farmers are very busy now. Every body on the move. Mr. Nail has moved into the Uosey Craycroft property. Mr. Will Pendleton will move to b'laherty in the near future. Mr. Ileuuic Mowers has bought a farm near I'restoutown. We will have services at the M. 15. Church second Sunday, March 14, by Itro. Deacon. Services at Ilaptist church third Sun day, Marcli 21. They have a regular paster now every third Sunday. con-duct- Webster, Ky. a complete Mrs. V. B. MA TTINGL Y will open MILLINERY PARLOR at tlu PROF. V. 0. G1LEER1 mm :::::::: Garfield.Hotel, Garfield, Ky. Mrs. Muttinuly is in Louisville buying a large and o lino of Spring nnd Summer hats. Announcement will bo made next week of hand-som- subject to the action of the Demo- In the gteat work of building up an efficient system of schools. My polcratic primary, August, 1915. "This office is one of the greatest icy shall always be to help, not to importance to the state, and every Milder. man who offers himself as a candidate "Tiiird To make the department of for it should be able to give satisfac- education servo the classified cities tory evidence of litnes;r for the high in every possible way. To this end I Miall position for ways to serve tho city "Tiie bent evidences of fitness for boards o: education and city superinany school position are devotion to tendents. In every Fourth To the cause of education and professional training. No man is worthy of helpful way with the boards of which the great office of state superintend- tho state superintendent may be a member. ent whose life has not shown a 'Firth To the organization of of purpose in the work of education: nnd no man can be capabh coiirt.es of study, so as to adjust t'ne unless ho lias had a rich experience oduratlonal machinery and work of In the kinds of duties that prepare the it boob to the practical living one for the stato auperintendenry. needs of the community at largo, and These duties are of three kinds: Ac- tc hold constantly before the children tual teaching in the public schools, examples of 'cmperance, culture and supervision of public scnools, and ad- rood citizenship. "Sixth To especially ministration of nubll" schools. "By these standard!) ' am willing with the Illiteracy commission. The to be Judged. re oKiil.Ing that it is ttate superintendent is made by law the riKht and the duty of the people a member of tills commission, and to M'lwt the caudldttto best qualified shall most heartily with by nature and training for the posi- the commission In Its great work of adult Illiteracy and llllter-n- ( tion y In general. "In the first place. I want the posi'".My wholo heart, my very life, is tion and want it Intensely, because It r n high honor, heraiiKe It Is a pro- In the work; I have hail tho opportunmotion, beeauso It offers a field for ity for all this training; I have done faithful service, becauso I fee! that my best wherever I nave worked! nnd I shall s I am competent to perform tbt redeem to tho letter In good of the office, and because I will faith every promise made or Implied Upon this do my very licet to merit the confl- In this announcement. uence reposed in mo. p'atform I am earnestly seeking tho years I suffrage of tho voters. "For more than twentj-tw"Yours for service, hnvo given my life to school work In "V. 0. GILUKUT " this my native state Beginning my 1 elin-lratlu- s du-tie- A Special Opening Day of some Beautiful $ Economical ? Patterns und Ready-to-Vea- r Hats Both in Use and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER BLACK KNIGHT! And it does ply follow your customary method of preparation add a little less of Calumet than when usinf ordinary baking powder. Then wut eli the result. IJjirht, fluffy, and evenly raised the baking comes from the oven better work. Sim- morctempting.tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures linking of an expert. your grocer tounj Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of Lon Jarboe, deceased, will please present the same to the under signed executor, properly proven, as required by law. The Bank of Harolnsburg & Trust Co., Hardlnsburg, Ky., Executor of the Estate of Lon Jarboe, deceased. HAZELWOOD Consumptives FOR ALL Tuberculosis Sanatorium to be Opened for Patients From Any Part of State. Arrangements are being completed Association by the Louisville for the reopening of Hazel-woo- d Sanatorium for the treatment of tuberculosis in all stages of the disease. It Is announced that patients will be received early In April, though applications for admission are already belre made from a number of counties In the state. Extensive additions and equipment have been added and the Antl Tuberculosis Association Is devoting the greatest part of Its effort and funds to the establishment of the sanatorium on a permanent basis and with a broader field for its future operations. The cost of treatment will continue to be kept low for patients and will be at actual cost or less, the delict being made up by the funds of tho Association and its contributors. The medical conduct of the institution will be under the direction of the Medical Advisory Board, composed of twenty-fiv- e of the best known physl. the Ask Received Highest Awards World's Pore Food Exposition, Chicago, Illinois. Black Knight, registery No. 20,111, is a big black Jack, white points, 15J hands high, big bone and foot. Me is one of the famous Kentucky mammoth Jacks. Plenty of colts to show. Paris Exposi tion, rruce, kmarca,191Z. I r.. mo aoovo uacK win mane mo present season at my turm & miles oast of Stophonsport and Union Star Road, and will bo permitted to, man, died Saturday morning, Funeral servo mares at $8.00. Each season due when colt is foaled or whw was held at the home and the burial took , .i . .-J V! place near the Win. Allen farm. She maro is paneu wiiu. uien retained on con until season is paid, xxoc ' was a reliable colored woman and had responsible in case of accident. Laura Moorman, wife of Knos Moor Colored Woman Dead. I Cdml r mwliil it Ul MBMoc Hi l ihMil many friends. hwiW t Mtummuimm. Read the Little Want Ads. v A. V. WHITWORTH, Owwr McCHESNEY ENTERS RACE The Operation of the New Road Law. The fact that 104 out of the 120 coun ties of the Commonwealth have made np- mention through the various I'lscal Courts for State Aid in the const ruction nml of mctnl highways hears evidence in the tnodt uiuuistaknhle way that the law is n great success It menus that during the year over n million dollars will he spent In the con struction of toads. It so menus that the former waste through incompetence nml Ignorance will te eliminated in road const net ion which heretofore hns cost the people. much in road building fil ler the State Aid law the roads must he built by contract nnd constructed under j plans 01 111c stale I'.uginecr, which means that they will he constructed nfter the most modern and approved methods As the county puts up lm'f, one will be check on the other and there will be neither graft nor sloven nnd badly con structed work permitted. One of the most sp ciidid evidences of the success of the new road law is that many of the counties which have not n mile of turnpike road have made application to the State for the full amount permitted under the law of $12,000 As the county hns to put up $12,000 in order to get that amount froui the State it is indicative of a great road awakening in the State that have heretofore been asleep on the road question. Wisely, under the provision of the act the poorest county in the Mate with as sessed valuation of property of less than one million dollars can draw ns much from the Slate treasury as the richest county in the State with assessed valua tion of two hundred million dollars. This equality of the counties, as far as stimulate State assistance goes, wi road construction in the mountains and in the penuyrille us well as in the lllue Under the provisions of the Grass. new road law more than 5,000 miles of good metal highways will be constructed in Kentucky this year which is nt least five times the mileage that has. been constructed in any year since we can remember. As the law provides that roads shall be first built which connect county seats, the money will not be partially wasted as under the old county system, where two or three miles of road beginning no where and ending no where were built, but instead great continuous thorough fares extending in one uninterrupted Hue from the Dig Sandy to the Mississippi and from the Ohio to the Tennessee line will be constructed. In five years under the operation of this law Kentucky will have a net work of splendid highways which will place the old Commonwealth as the foremost State in the South in the matter of good roads if not in the entire union. Looking back over a period of nearly a half century of Kentucky history, we cannot compare an law passed in that time which will equal in its results for material prosperity the State Aid law. It is the first great step which has been taken for a new and greater Kentucky. In this connection we trust we will be pardoned in the statement that the editor of the News wrote the first article in favor ol State Aid which led to the submission of the amendment to the permitted which State Constitution State Aid and that the culmination of the fact that we now have State Aid, which has for ten years been the con stant aim and purpose of this paper. I'or the good of Kentucky we have labored unceasingly and we hope to live to see the splendid results in .the material prosperity which is sure to come from State Aid to road building. Klizabeth-tow- n News 11 11 1 FOR GOVERNORSHIP Stands for Constitutional Amendment Submitting Prohito the People Vote on State-Wid- e bition of Sale of Liquor. Says it Must Be Determined Whether They or the Whiskey Interests Shall Rule Kentucky. With the declaration In favor of Htnt- - careful and rigid Inspection of all departwide prohibition of the manufacture nml ments of the State government with this Bale of Intoxlcallri: liquorx bh the chief purpose in view plank In Ills platform, the Hon. II. V.I I congratulate the State on the great deMcCheaney, of Kratikfort. had minounccil velopment In our public school system In himself as a candidate for the Ijenm recent years, nnd If elected shall use crnllc nomination for Governor In the every endeavor to further advance tho State primary of next August public education. Having decause of voted a large part of my life to the cause Mr. McOliesney declares that If nominated and elscted, he will urpo upon the of the public schools, I am deeply InterGeneral Assembly to submit to the people ested In their continued gimvtli. lor ineir ratification an amendment to The Increased Interest manifested over the Kentucky Cotmlltutlon provldlw; for the State In Improved methods of agriculStatewide prohibition. In the formal an- ture and In the construction of good roads nouncement of hl.i candidacy, Mr. Mc- Is very gratifying, if elected I shall nld Cheaney. who several years ai?o lllled the In every way possible In the furtherance offices of State Superintendent of l'ublic of both of these great Interests, so vital Instruction and Secretary of State, piom-Ile- a to Ilia progress and welfare of the whole an abridgment of public expenditures wnere 11 can uo properly uone, ami tno people. I nm In hearty sympathy with the profurther advancement of the present progress In educational and agricultural de- gressive splint which has marked the velopment. State's advance along many lines in Ifrecent elecyears, and It shall be my ambition His announcement is as follows: ted to see thU spirit yield a still greater fruitage In the agricultural, Industrial nnd "To the Democratic voters of Kentucky: Alter mature deliberation I hav decided commercial development of the Common to enter the ruce for the Democratic nem-- 1 wealth, inatlon for the oltleo of Uovernor, In the My record ns Superintendent of l'ublic Primary to ba held Alimist 7. In Instruction nnd as Secretaiy of State H .making this announcement it Is due those i before the people for their Judgment, and whoso support I seek that I briefly outline' I uhntl enter Into no detailed account of my services In these positions. Tho people me policies i aavocaie. are icsa j, intuitu I am In favor of state wide prohibition or me mnie made,inure ur nm willing to nim risk and I the record of the manufacture and sale of intoxicatfitness their Judgment ing liquors. If nominated and elected I of (Jovernor on of my record. for the olllce that shall urge upon the Legislature of 1916 During my term as Superintendent of the, passage of an Act submitting u prohibition amendment to the Constitution to Public Instruction the State per capita the people for their ratification. In view was Increased largely, the teaching force of the large amount of capital Invested in of the State put on a more etllclent basis, the liquor business, however, I shall favor and other educational progress made. At 1 Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE WHERE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. r The oat market SEED OATS BUY MOW! 2 is going higher every day keeping company with wheat. have nought u limited amount early. Offer good prices We We keep the No. Northern White Oats in new, even weight, 5 bu., branded bags Alfalfa Horse and Mule Feed and Sucrene for cows Cheapest feed you can feed now Hay, Oats, Corn, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran, in fact Anything in The Heed Line, Coal and Brick Ask us for Prices and You will Save Money. Office Depot. Cutnb. Phone HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO., : : Hardinsburg, Ky. T IME TO HINK ABOUT Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Unioji Station aaaaaaB 3aBBBBBaailpiianBBBBBHHRV .V'i Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Concrete Work and the man that does it and guarantees perfect satisfaction is Solicits rmtronac of Cloverport, Business Men and Shoppers DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... aBBBBBBafiBvsxBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm W H. Office Hours: f S.-'gi- DENTIST Al7uXut,nK Irvlngton, Ky. I have no fault to find with the County cured their of Unit Law. I have favored every advanced As SecretarywhichState was a member of built the the step taken In Its various amendments. It and Hoard also a member ofnew Capitol, the Hoard Is' a step In the right direction, and has which was which assessed been a great blessing to the Common- taxes were veryall franchise taxes, during largely Increased wealth. Under It 106 counties have voted that term. The two administrations covdry: but the remaining counties contain a ered by those eight years marked an era very considerable part of the total popu- of great prosperity in the governmental lation of the State. The present law the State a big state debt was seems Inadequate to give relief to the peo- affairs of the rural school term Increased ple of most of these counties. And again, paid off, Schools the liquor Interests, Instead of showing to six months, two State Normalput on a University respect for the County Unit Law, und for established, the State basis, a new Capitol the will of the people as expressed at the more comprehensive polls, have been contesting every election built, many other progressive movements fostered, without Increasing where the result was dry. and going Into rate, and all full treasury turned the tax a over to the courts with every possible technical- the succeeding administration. 1 am proud ity, In an effort to defeat the will of the to have had a part In making that record. people. Not only has this been their attiDuring the seven tude toward the law and Its enforcement, from public orilce 1 years since I retired have but they have made It their business to every call of the Democratic responded to party. Durbitterly oppose every man who aspires to ing this time, to the serious neglect of does not take his orders office Jiubllc them. who temperance man can not my personal affairs, I have stumped the A In every run. for any omce in K.emucKy, nowever State for my party services campaign, humble, without feeling the weight of giving my time andnominees. to the sucway. cess of the party's their wrath, expressed In the usual .My experience in public Their efforts to dominate the politics of ofilce, eignt years above, gave me nn Inreferred to the State have increased as county after sight into the afTalrs of the State governcounty has been added to the dry column, ment until their Influence has become a menace Chief that ought to prove valuable to the Executive. My service to rnv Dartv to popular government. since .In view of all this it seems that there me to retiring from ofilce perhaps entitles some consioeraiion. un mis record Is but one solution to the problem, and as a public ofllcer and us a private citizen, people to that Is to submit itonce the whole all muv dohsrhsi. I with whatever ubllltv time and for that we may know my whether the people or the liquor Interests submit auue.candidacy to the DemocracyI oi me ii iionunaieu anu eiecieu are to rule In Kentucky. Not onlyIs Is this shall devote my entire time and energy the logic of the situation, but It sayabso- to the discharge of the duties of the olllce lutely fair. Who can be heard to that In an to promote the the people as a whole haven't a right to tional effortbusiness Interests moral, educaund pass on a question so vitally affecting monwealth, to the end that it of the Commay. become unu ineir iiiurui roads miaiiviui wciimio, taxa- a a better place even than it Is 'now In amendments and submit good which to live. tion amendments to the whole people Hespectfully submitted, why not submit this question, infinitely II. V. McCHESNEY." more vital to themT Forty-si- x years old. virile. enthuliinllc 1 am not unmindful As stated above, It Is and of a ready wit, Mr. McChesney has of the property interests Involved. .to be regretted that moral reforms often made himself one of the best known Dem'bring financial loss to some; but the pub- ocrats In Kentucky through his activity lic conscience justifies the loss to the few In the Interests of the party In every camwhen It means an Infinitely greater sav- paign since boyhood. He entered pubilo ing to the many. The onward march of life at the age of 25, when he was elected Christian civilization must not be retarded County Superintendent of Livingston. He to that office. 1'revlous to because a few men have Invested their was money In the business constituting the that he hud taught In Caldwell, his native couniy; urinenuen, wnere lie was reared; obstruction. My familiarity with the financial affairs Webster and Livingston. From County SuDerlntendent of t.Klni.. of the State, as a result of eight years' experience (from 1900 to 1J07) as Super- ton he was promoted to the olllce of State intendent of l'ublic Instruction and Sec- Superintendent In 1899, running on the retary of State, and as a member of the Uoebel ticket. Four years later he was Sinking Fund Hoard, leads me to the be- eiecieu secretary or state on the ticket lief that such a revision of our taxation with J. C. W. IJeckham. system can be made as will readily reduce Their friendship has been continuous the State debt, and make good any de- and close since that time. Mr, McChesney crease In revenues that might arise from was chairman of the speakers' bureau of IBB 1UH ui tno 'Ok viii uiuvia. Aim una State headquarters In 1911 and, excepting can be done without any Increase of the Governor McCrearv himself, mail, innM tax rate. Saving State revenues Is Just speeches in the campaign than any other te siuinp.u me state with M Important as producing them, with Democrat. the elimination of the liquor business from Mr. lleckham when the latter was elected 'Kenlucxy me saving 10 me bui in crim- - United States Senator. Probably no public man In the State Is nua am inH n fa, fnwarri a a1ii,fnn In more demand as a speaker on all aorta problem. If the money of occasions than Mr. McCheaney, and hla of the financial sent for liquor In Kentucky, and for Interests In affairs touching community criminal prosecutions growing out of Its life, as well as the welfare of the State, DM can be saved, In half a dosen years are well known In Frankfort, where he has w pan relieve the financial situation of resided and has been practicing law since tfca State and build a macadam road to leaving State office. He Is at present a very church and school house In the member of the City Board of Education, a aa, Oewmonwsalth. 4., v uuiwivi vi iu c jam aavinc can oe aooom- - of the Kentucky But Historical Boater . the Bantlat Phimik , uia iMniainfli la Kit uawaaa and a deacon InSunday am . School. aaiai, iniimii m President of Its 1 1 1 l.-v- iw H. V. McCHESNEY. In& provision In the Act giving a reasonable the close of my term I wrote the bill Ave betime, after Its ratification, before It en- creasing tothe rural school term from procompanion bill six, and the months comes operative. In order that those caged In the business may adjust their viding the funds for the extra month, without Increasing the tax rate, and seaffairs without too great a sacrifice. passage by the Legislature. GREENWELL Cloverport, Ky. Easter Ads. Now V T Knights of Pythias Expect a i Sunset Pictures Easter Gifts I For Splendid Time at Owensboro Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks Thursday. Members from ten Knights of l'ythias Kentucky dls. lodges, from the West-rtrict will assemble in Owensboro ThurS' dny night, marking one of the most HO' table events in the ranks of the order of Between 300 nnd 400 the entire year. delegates, representatives from the various lodges, will be in attendance, and the meeting promises to be very Owensboro Messenger. n Earlier. In every lot of hoes on feed two or three fatten quickly and actually eat less than others. If all would fatten like these, the entire drove would be ready for the market six weeks earl ler and to save six weeks feed is an Item that you fully understand. The hog that fattens easily must be in prime physical condition. The Ii. A. Thomas Hoc Powder is a condition It keeps their system er for hoes. clean and healthy and enables them to fatten quickly without falling a prey to the usual diseases of bogs. The 0. A. Thomas II oe Powder is not stock food. It's straight medicine, and we took the agency because it enables you to feed out your hogs much earlier. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Clov erocrt's beautiful scenes. Order a scene today for those away from home. Bradandt's Studio, Cloverport, Ky. Keep Your Bowels Regular. As everyone knows, the bowels nre the sewerage system of the body, and it is of the greatest importance that they move once each day. If your bowels become coustlpated, take a dose of Chamberlain' Tablets just after supper and they will correct the disorder. Three Inches A display ad this size cost 45 cents for first insertion, or 30 cents per week, for following insertions. Obtainable everywhere. About Things of Which They Know Nothing. have noticed, all my life," said "I President Wilson iu his speech to the electric railway men, "that I could speak with the greatest freedom about those things that I do not understand." Pew men have been willing to make so frank a confession, but the practice is all but universal. Men speak about subjects that they have thoroughly mastered usually with care. Tney know the numerous pitfalls Into which the unwary may fall, and how deceptive circumstances frequently are. But when it comes to talking about other people's business the same men will utter their views with a dogmatism frequently born of ignorance. Louisville Post. Order Today THE How Do You Stand In Regard to School Law. As a matter of note to all and every candidate offering himself to be voted for in the August Primary election for the office of Representative in the general assembly of either branch at next November election, Said candidate will be requested to p ace himself before the voters as to whether he favors or not favors the amending of the school laws So as every of this Commonwealth. child in the school age will be entitled to draw its of the school money, matters not who teaches are place taught Are you .in favor of such amendment of I the school laws or not? A Voter. pro-rat- a BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT, NEWS, KENTUCKY Don't Drench Horses. Use Farris Colic Remedy. Simply drop It on the horse's tongue with the medicine dropper that Is furnished with every 10 cts. bottle. Cures fifty-nitimes out of sixty, and the women can give It when you are away. For sals at Money back if It falls. VVtddlng's Drug Stort, Cloverport, Ky. ne Lambs, Eight Cents. C. C. Patrick, of Lexington, sold re cently to Jake Smith, ot Eminence, 1,400 lamos at 8 cents a pounu. in me consignment were flocks of several of Patrick's neighbors, who pool lambs and sell with hira each year, The price is an advance of one cent over those disposed of last year. This is one of the biggest sales of lambs made in the FarmBlue Grass county this season. ers Home Journal. Use the want column THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued CLOVERPORT, ICvory NEWS, A CHANCE TO GET WELL. JNO. D. BAllHAGL, Editor and Publisher Wednesday. MARCH KY., WEDNESDAY, 17, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS lOo per line, nnd 5c for cncli ndditiorml insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt tho rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. DESERVES INDORSEMENT WITHOUT OPPOSITION. The Elizabcthtuwn Mirror of lust Thursday, in editorially commenting on .Tiidfro Moorman's enndidacy lo succeed himself as Commonwealth's Attorney, said: "Mr. Moorman was elected to the ollice to fill out an unexpired term and has been lilhnjr tho position only a short time. His record durinir this time I an been most excellent, showing that he is 'the right man in the right place.' His record is above censure, and he will have no opposition for the ollice. Mr. Moorman has been a practicing nttorncy at Hardinsburg for years and served Breckenridge county at one time as County Judge. He is well equipped for the ollice. owing to his long experience in the law business, and the Mirror predicts that he will still continue to fill the ollice of Commonwealth's Attorney with the same attention, efficiency and ability as in the past." The Elizabcthtown News, on January 12, lDlft, then realizing tho splendid record being mado by Judge Moorman, editorially commenting on his announcement, said: "Judge Moorman was nominated for this office by a decisive majority in August, 1!1!J, and the high character of service he has rendered is the best argument ho can employ in seeking an indorsement. He has splendid standing not only as a lawyer and ollicial, but as a gentleman, and fully measures up to the duties which devolve upon him. As a party worker his service bas been loyal and liberal. There is, at tho present time, little likelihood of opposition to Judge Moorman, and we believe that should the Democrats of the Ninth Judicial District entrust him with a nomination for the six years' term their confidence will not be misplaced." Hardin County's attitude to our candidate is thus demonstrated by its press, and, doubtless, this is the sentiment of the people and papers of Meade and Grayson, in which counties Judge Moorman has not yet announced, but received good majorities in tho primary, then being elected without opposition. Mr. Carter's card declining to run and indorsing Breckinridge County's candidate, is manly, fair and Democratic, and will long be remembered in the district and will redound to his credit and benefit, as ho was a strong opponent for the short term. The Breckenridge News has witnessed the career of Judge Moorman with increasing interest and absolute confidence in his success. From youth, he has been honest, energetic and impartial and has fearlessly stood for tho men and measures that ho believed would best serve the people. Ho is recognized us an able lawyer, true Democrat, and capable official by all who know him, and he fearlessly says and does what he deems his duty. Though the youngest, he made one of the best Count' Judges Kentucky has had. He has, in a year, made a reputation as one of the roost forceful and eloquent prosecuting officers of the State, and our people should stand squarely behind him. He is a born fighter, and, armed with bis record, we predict for him a large majority, if opposed, but believe that ho will be spared this time, trouble and expense. Early next month tho Hazelwood Sanatorium at Louisville will for tho treatment of tuberculosis in all stages. Treatment and board to consumptives will bo furnished at actual cost or lcs-- . thousand consumptives in Kentucky should bo Tho twenty-livencouraged to tako advantage of this chanco to get well. Tubercular patient-- , like other sick people, loathe to lcavo home, but they should If tho treatment docs not cure, they bo urged to go to Hazelwood. have satisfaction of knowing that they tried to get may, nt least, health and hope again. People who are blessed with strcnght and confidence, should impart it to those who nro discouraged and feel there is no use trying to heal n tubercular lung. Mako them feel there is another chance, that it is worth while to fight for health, that living is struggling nnd they must novor give up. Tho consumptives must hnstcn to Hazelwood, up there on tho hill side is There one pure air and sunshine, cleanliness, rest nnd quietitude. may find their hopes brighter for tho day and tomorrow is not a fear and n dread. be e v im mi u r ' s.vv i i mt k ... ssssm "nntnCAT MOWS MAV' wmwwrj j. 4JtS CMIDREN WTHA PROTECT WIFE AND its Tho Clovorport High School Commencement will bo hold Friday Tho graduating class is enthusiastically night, May tho twenty-first- . Thov nro arranging a most nronurinff for commencement week. ' " I will publish an annual for which thoy have creditable program, and had quick success in getting aus to meet tho cxponso of its publication. Tho school has given us theso orders for printing and engraving and this makes us more than interested in their plans for a bright nnd happy commencement. 1 The Belgians nre stars of tho war for tho people of the world Everybody hns have kept their kind eyes turned to little Belgium. seemed to have heard something of them and in some cases have gotTho other day ten the wrong conception of their suffering people. darkies were playing over on an East Side Corner nnd one two little "Play fair, became very impatient with the other and demanded: there, you little Boljum." Three per cent discount will be allowed on all taxes for tho year In 1915, if paid before or on April 12. That's in Elizabcthtown. Clovorport notice has been given if all taxes for 1914 arc not paid before March 29, property will bo advertised. Pay your taxes early is a good plan, especially, if you get a discount. Someone has started a chain prayer again, believing if you pass it by a great calamity will befall you and a great joy will come if vou write it to nine others. Only a fearful heart and a foolish pen will Put your trust in the faith that brings tho right notice such letters. uuswer to real prayer. and children at his mercy. He appoints our Trust Gompany as executors or trustees, and then he is sure that his wishes regarding them will be FAITHFULLY carried out. Our Trust Gompany is composed of men We are heavily of business ABILITY and integrity. bonded. We are permanent; we are under State supervision; we will account for every penny. We can advise you on investments Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. The "prudent man" does not appoint an individual as executor or trustee of his estate and leave his wife THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Benjamin Franklin says: answers." CANNED EGGS ARE "Weighty questions ask for deliberate For Sale! m BEST HARDINSBURG. Life is a leaf of paper white, Whereon each one of us may write; His word or two, and then comes night; Greatly begin! thou hast time But for a line, be that sublime! Not failure, but low aim, is crime. Lowell. m 10 fresh milk cows; part of them more to Write your LITTLE WOMAN WITH A BIG Who died An interesting rich woman was Mrs. Laura at the homo of her husband, John D. York last Friday. She met Mr. Rockefeller the' students at the. Cleveland High School and they were good friends, nothing more, apparantly for several years. They were married in September 1884 on tho eve of the bride's twenty-fiftbirthday. Mr. and Mrs. Rockefeller were devoted companions and it was a pathetic circumstance that ho should have been so far away when tho end came. Once when his life was threatened she always went with him when he left home. One day she was advised not to, but she said to Mr. Rockefeller, "If anything happens to you, I want it to happened to me too." On Sunday thoy wore always seen together to the Bapti-- t church. Mrs. Rockefeller was tho mother of four daughters, and one son, John I). Rockefeller, Jr. One of tho traits she instilled in her children was thrift. Once she averaged up the gas bills for a year and promised as spending monoy to her elder daughter any sum she might save each month by watching that no lights wcro loft burning needlessly. Mrs. Rockefeller was very chartiablo not only to tho poor, but to her own friends in her personal relations with them. Sho not only gave monoy to tho poor, but sho gave love and comfort to the rich. This is why sho was called "A Little Woman With a Big Heart." h co-in- g Startling Statements Given by Chem ist In Federal Suit. New York. (Special) With a can of ten year old eggs before him to confirm his startling assertions, Dr. E. It. Smith, chemist and food expert, testified before Judge Humphrey In the United States district court that such eggs could be kept free from decay for twenty, thirty or even a hundred years. The climax In the doctor's testi mony, however, was reached when he declared that In many cases they were better eating aften ten years than they were when freshly laid. This, he said, was because the 2 or 2 per cent bo- roclc acid solution In which they were canned, killed off bacteria which might have been transmitted to the egg by the hen. Dr. Smith appeared as an expert witness for Robert Herbst, who is ulng to recover from Edward S. Fow ler, former collector of the port and two other defendants, the value of canned eggs, which he Imported from HEART. China In 1908, which had been de Spolman Rockefeller stroyed by tho collector. Rockefeller in New while were both IS CONVICTED OF REBATING New Jersey Central Faces Minimum Penalty of $185,000. Trenton, X. J. (Special) The Central railroad of New Jersey, was convicted in the United States district court hero on nn indictment containing 183 counts, charging It with granting rebates in violation of tho Elklns law. Tho conviction makes the company liable to a minimum penalty of $185,000 and a maximum of 3,700,-00An appeal will bo taken. Tho specific charge in each count I 1 9 full stock Jerseys. freshen. wants. 20 Cash or bankable note or will trade for other s stock. Guaranteed as represented. ot the sickness of the singer and some of the prominent members of the M. E. church South, Rev. Johnson will not begin his meet- gOn account BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. was that tho Central had granted a rebate to tho Lehigh Coal & Naviga tion company in shipments of antha-cltcoal from Nesqueshonlng, Pa., to points In New York and New Jersey. It also was charged that theso rebates wero not Indicated In tho tariff schedules filed with the interstato commerce commission. o Woman Murders Family. New York. (Special) With a re volver clutched In her right hand nnd tho dead bodlos of her husband and EDUCATIONAL WORK IN PRISONS. twelve year old son Lukus lying near Thomas Mott Osborne, warden of Sing Sing in Now York, is her, tho corpse of Mrs. Lillian Brand- ley, thirty-six- , wife of William G. perfecting plans for a business training school in this prison. There Brandley, an auto salosman of G7 will bo classes in law, music and a thorough business course. The Munn street, Newark, was found. The sehool is expected to open next month. Tho first language to bo police say tho woman shot her hus- Lillian Davis. band and son, and then turned tho taken up will bo Spanish for Warden Osborne believes thero is a weapon, upon herself. Little Miss Carrie D. Payne arrived golden opportunity in tho republics of South and Central America at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman for men with a knowledge of Spanish. Recently a convict, serving Payne last week and will make her Long Drawn Out. Undo Jeff, an aged negro driver of home with them. a third term for burglary, knitted a complete outfit for a baby. The Augusta, was piloting several northThe High School Literary Society man, generally supposed to bo a hardened criminal, took a touching ern visitors around Just after tho first had an open session last Thursday interest in his knitting for a littlo suilerer of Poland. Such inter- golf links hud been put la there. Unprogram was an interevening. esting responses are encouraging to those who aro promoting prison do Jeff was a littlo short In his esting one, The the meeting was over After kuowiedgo according to St. Andrew, reform. Empty hands are worse than iron bars. the visitors were introduced to Mr. L, but long on local pride. Recently several small boys had to pay their fines by working on "How many holes havo they?" in- M. Shelter who took the place made vacant by Prof. Steele. tho streets in Clovorport. Work is a healthier punishment than be- quired n visitor, "eighteen?" Uncle Jeff pulled up Mrs. Jesse K. Eskridge will be hosing locked up and it was the most admirable- way to punish tho boys swer moro Impressive. to make his antess to the Sans Souci Club Wednesday who had disobeyed certain orders. When. tho states and cities furn"Moro'n dat. sub," ho said. "Dey's home on Fourth street. ish work and educational training for tho hands, hearts and minds of got a passel er land, and de holes afternoon at her ain't blgger'n a tin can. I reckln Haynes Trent, of Irvington, was the their prisoners, they will bo doing tho greatest uplift work ever dey's got a thousand boles already, guest of his brother, Supt. J. W. Trent, started for mankind. sub."- - New York Post Saturday night and attended the'dedl- - ing until next Sunday. Kev. J. E. Meng, of Louisville, will fill his pulpit at the Baptist church Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs. George W. Evans has returned from Louisville where she went to pur chase millinery for the firm of B. P. Beard & Co. Mrs. Lee Bishop will return from Louisville the last of this week with her millinery stock for her spring trade. The date of her opening will be announced later. Philip McGary was reported to have left Sunday for a visit to the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition. He will also visit friends and relatives in California. Miss Marline Monarch, of Kirk, has been the guest of Miss Elolse Hook. B. F. Beard's condition is still very critical. His many relatives are anx iously watching by his bedside. John Gibson and Will Gibson, of Sample, were in town on business Saturday. ,Tom Gregory, of Garfield, was in town Saturday. C. E. Haswell, traveling salesman for Carter Dry Goods Co., was the week end guest of his family. Mrs. James Smith and children spent last week In the country with her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Carroll. The town council passed a chicken law nt their last meeting. This was certainly needed. If town people want to raise chickens let them keep them penned so that they will not bother their neighbors. Attorney Gus Brown left Sunday for Dawson Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Davis, of the Oakland neighborhood, are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a little baby girl. It has been christened SAVE OVER ONE-HA- LF OF YOUR GAS BILL By IastalllBg I "A New Gas Range" Now on display at Store Room next door to Breckenridge News Office CLOVERPORT OAS CO., Cloverport, Ky. I I I We have three pairs of heavy 1 1 work mules we wish to sell I lor exchange for smaller I 1 mules at once. I I Robertson 1 Notice & , Beard, Ky. Hardinsburg-- cntory services ot the Masonic Temple. Beard. Miss Ida Kennedy and brother, Bob Mrs. Clara Bali has anlved and will Kennedy, of McQuady, were guests of be in the millinery department of B. F. thiir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Ken- Beard & Co. this season. nedy, Sunday-Mr- . and Mrs. John Heeler, of Kirk, Column the week end guests of their Try daughter, Mrs. Leslie Walker. W. J. Plggott and J. C. Payne, of Irvington, attended the dedication of V. Kj. the Masonic Temple. ..LAW., Mrs. Lawrence Graham and daughter, Lillian Graham, have returned to Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages and Iustru their home In Bowling Green after a ments of Writings drawn up and visit to her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. L, acknowledged were the "Want" CABBAUH, 9t Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, MAR. 17, 1915 Spring Millinery Entered nt tlie l'oHOnilcotit Cloverport, Ky nsaecond cUm matter. fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Showing is now on display Paper Hanging And 1 Notk AMvcrtlM'rit pleiin1 notlft tin- - editor when you want iiilverttntnrni (lln'ontliiueil. DRESS GOODS For Easter Voiles, Organdies, Grenadine, Flaxon, Dotted Swiss, Dimity, Linens, Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Tub Silk, Silk Poplin in the popular shades. ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Slock Hogs Mtrululit Ktocfe liom, (rum ;." to IK) pounds. Call or wrlln at oni'c. lleMon, Wlill worth ti Co., llurulnatmrK, Iy. WANTKH-Oim- hI GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 3 RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES for your MTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS pleasure and inspection. You arc cordially invited to see tho For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices For State and District Offices f 2.50 Painting Competent Work Reasonable Prices Wanted $6.00 Kor Calls, per line. For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe inter-es- t ol individuals or expression of individual views per line .... $ 16.00 10 10 New Styles tho The Shepherd Sn'ibr patterns with inset trimming and Smart Poko shapes, Silk Sttuws with elegant foilagc, berries and rich flowers are shown. at (ilnslmrg. Ky. S. C. Black Minorca Eggs For Hatching ClNOt.K Comli Illni'k Minorca Runs for lintclilng. I'or utility purpose $1.00 per MttlnKt for fancy puriosc II.S9 per xlttlnir. HiUNfurtlonirutiriiiiU't'd. Phil Hur. 10 Crystal White Orphingtons. Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L Effective March No. 143 Lilbon Smith, Contractor Telephone 1 pen headed !v n prlH hlnl that scored Wilms: eiriM 2.00 tier 15 2ml. uen Is ill- so headed liy a line Coekerel th it would liu a credit to any yard) vgv J1.00 per IS. Turkey citirs from choieu NurriKuiwU, JJ.50 per 11. -- Mrs. J. 1". McOnty. Kirk. Ky. 1st, 15, 1915. 911.1 EAST IIOUNI) will lo ive Cloverport.... . .10:10 Arrlvlug Irvlnctnn 12:10 Arriving lxwlsWUe. will loavo Cloverport ... .4::.3 5:.M . A. A. 1'. Mo. 144 Arriving Irtlngtnn. Arriving Louisville 14(1 will IcnvoClovcruort. No. Arriving trrlimtoii No. 141 , 5:4rt 1'. 7:40 V. .. 5:07 A. I'. A. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M Mi M. M, M. M, Miss Evelyn Cloverport, Ky. Hicks, 1 -- R Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs. lltonioTurkev Ktfm. il 00 per MAMMOTH Hlnelo Comli White Leghorn. 11,00 per 15, postpaid Mrs. Uuhe Wright, Mcijuuay. Ky, Cloverport, Kentucky For Sale four year old horse, an ailed mure und registered I'oliu d Dlilna llo.ir. T. II. Henderson, Wulister, Ky. A ROOD combined GET YOUR SHARE NOW WEST BOUND 1 SB 1'. 7:13 1. 7:24 No. 143 will loavo Clovprport. Arriving Owensboro . . .... 8:3n I'. ):35 I '. . Arriving Henderson 10:13 1'. . Arriving Kvimsvlllo No. 145 will loavo Cloverport ... .. Arriving Owenshoro .. . . 13:45 A. Arriving IIcntleron Arriving EviinivlIIo Arriving St. IjOuIi will leave Cloverport. Arriving Owensboro. A. 13:04 I'. 1S:SSI'. .. !M, M, M, M, M. I. M Arriving Henderson ,. Arriving Kvansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 117 will leave Cloverport.. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson . . 1:3!) A.M. ... 3:05 A. M, . 7:40 A. M - .... 0:30 A. M .7:411 A.M. . .. 0:00 A. M rersunai rardyrauiio About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Older Towns and Cities and In Slates That are Far Away. Society Notes In- .1.. AA VIUUCU n L 1 V - Read the want ads. Newest styles in shoes. s el. Conrad Sip-p- Mrs. Laura Hayes, of Iiardstown, is here. Mrs. Cordrey's new Millinery goods now on display. Miss Rosa Lee Newton, o Louisville, Is visiting here. Mrs. Frank Payne has returned home from Louisville. New Spring line of Shoes. Conrad Sippel, the shoe man. Miss Mildred Babbage will entertain Cthe Friday Club this week. Charlie Clark has moved to Askins to work on his father's fat m. Miss Lillian Beard, of Hardinsburg, spent Sunday in Louisville. Handsome waists in new styles 75 cents to $2 50. Mrs. Cordrey. Miss Lula Severs will entertain the Wednesday Club this afternoon. Handsome patterns from Louisville and Cincinnati at Mrs. Cordrey's. Mrs. Lucy Temple has returned from Florida to her home in Owensboro. Bungalow aprons 50 cents. Caps extra. Nice Kaster gifts. Mrs. Cordrey. Mr. and Mrs. V. II Downier have returned home from St. Petersburg, Pla. Mrs. Jas. 11. Randall will be hostess to the Reading Club tomorrow afternoon II. W. Morton, Fnrdsvitte, war iu Nellie Gregory, of Louisville, were here r.ntiflltlt. tint u'ft'L nnil ntiwrtil...! ttiu Traveling Men's B.inquet. He repotts Saturday. a very enjoyable time. The Shepherds, The Poke shapes, Miss Kudora Younger, t Louisville. Chln-Chi- n and Tippery models at Mrs. spent the week-ennt West Point a Cordrey'. guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. M. McOloth- Mrs. Iten Ridgeway mid son, James lan, and Miss Minnie Iloyle. She was Franklin Ridgeway, spent several days accompanied by Miss Thelma Hrashear. .... , ...i,,. Jo t.j. , I.,..:..... in Louisville. lsvuie Miss Mildred llabbagc was the guest of "inn.... "it H i iiifirmiiir .lire i... Miss Addie Fairleigh in Louisville Fri- friend, as reported iu the humorous day and Saturday. column of our exchange; "an' how's the -uiey's all doin' well," Ladies' longcloth and nainsook under- me iaiiiuyf saul Mrs C'ancy, "with the exciption of emwear, dainty styles with lace and me old man. He's been enjoying poor broidery. Mrs. Cordrey. jiiuuui nu iur sonic nine; out tills Mrs. Robert Polk and daughter, Miss morning he complained of fceliu' betflntliir.l- tor Lillian Polk, are visiting Mrs. Benton Eubank in Chattanooga. Mrs. Frank English has sold is worth of Pure Stock eggs since inserting an ad iu The Breckenridge News. Mrs. Victor Orendorf, of Webster, who has been visiting relatives in Ohio county, returned home Monday. Mrs. Pauline Fraysier has returned home from the country where she visited her little daughter several weeks. Miss Gensie Wills left last week for She was Louisville to make her home accompanied by Mrs Joe Sawyer. Miss Jennie Warfield, of Louisville, is keeping-hous- e for her sister, airs. Frank Fraize, who has gone to Florida to spend d RELIABLE MEN WANTED! mini In each lorullty to Introduce and Install our iruiirnnteed Lllthtiilui; Arrester for country telephones, four yeurs of servi without it single complaint or failure proves their worth. This Is no excellent opportunity. Write, at once, for rim P'irili'uliirs. Tomllnson 1'rotectlvc Ho. vice Co., IConeeverte, W. Vn. t V E want n reliable " J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. f rNF! Los- t- $80 iu Money nurse eontnlr.lue Ssn. ev entv In tinier, ten In silver, mid some valuable papers. Finder return to W. I. l.iul, 1'ri e. Ky , mid receive reward. For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pigs COU SALE Kleven thoroughbred O. I. C. 1 ilgs from F.. II. filter .V Co. herl of prle winner pigs, elthersex, forfloeiich;3nionths oid ij'iu on or rtluress, J, Hugging, l.eltcn Held. Ky. ATTENTION FARMERS! Be sure to mail us your list for any thing you may need in LUflBBR, ROOFING. PAINT. WIRE FENCE, For our lowest prices. For Sale Eggs for Hatching. Hare four pensot Iluried I'lvnioutli Uoeks, Mrs, Write for prlees ami description. Thos. U'llonnghtiu. It. lt.l. Hardinsburg, Ky, I WE PAY THE FREIGHT F0RDSVILLE PLANING Incurporu'til Pure Bred Orpliington Eggs I red COIS SAr.K-l'- ure lluir Orpliington I hiinole thete fowls cxeluslvely. ' Ksgs. SI.C0 per setting of 13 eggs. This Is a live mid let live price, not put up on necotint of the war. .lesso it. I'.sKringe, iiiiriuusiiurg, lty. For Sale lloosicr lloo Wlieat Drill For Sale MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON. Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Hoe Wheat Drill, all late attaehincnts. Ued one se.sson; good us new. l'rlee. If Itiken at on e, $10.. I. 1.. l'jrks, Ijodlburg, Ky. SALK-lloo-sler pOK ulh ltoek eggs, laying BAHKKI) l'lyni iHioklng Now orders for future delivery. Apply for prlees. Mrs. l'ratik Kngllsli, Cloverport. Ky. Wanted Foxes Ued and Oray Foxes. a month. Dr. S. S Watkins and Mrs. Watkins have returned to their home in Owensboro after a several weeks stay in N. C. The friends of Miss Miller will be Ash-vill- WANTED Uurfleld, Ky. Vlrda e, S. C. R. I. Red Cockerels. It. I. Ited Cockerels and developed; good mark, logs. Prices reasonable. Write me your wants. M. U. Heard. Hardinsburg. Ky. C. F Olt SALE-- ?. Well I'ullets. mi Dress Goods For Easter Spring styles in dress goods are now displayed here for your inspection in preparation for Easter. Newest and best J pleased to know that she has returned to spend the spring and summer with Mrs. Cordrey. Fred Adams, formerly of Cloverport, is editor and business manager of the Clay County News and is getting along fine is his work. zephyr chambray, gingham and percale in stripes, checks and plain shades. All sizes, 75 cents to Mrs. Cordrey. $2.50. Cloverport people in Owensboro recently, Mrs. John H. Neubaur, Mrs. Henry May and daughter, Dorothy Graham May, Mrs. Sam UishofT. Mrs. Leota Slater has arrived from Louisville to spend the millinery season with Miss Kvelyn Hicks. Mrs. Slater is remembered here as a most talented milliner. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cockerel gave a six o'clock dinner Thursday evening. The special guests were: Misses Bessie Arnold, Bertha Perkins und Mr. Homer Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Heron and daughter, Miss Mary Heron, were iu Mrs. Louisville for the week-enHeron was the guest of honor at a theater party to see "High Jinks." House-dresse- Announcements STATE OFFICES For Governor See it at American Theater J0SEPHUS DANIELS. New Snapshot of th Socretary of tho Navy. lllllHHli are authorized to announce IL W. nosWOUTH as a candidate f Uovernor of Kentucky, subject to the action ot the Demo :rntlc I'arty, August Primary. We are authorized to announce We t A. O. STANLEY as a caedldate for Governor of Kentucky subject to tbe action of the Dsmo.-ratiI'arty August Primary. Wo are authorized to announce II. II. ClIEItlSV as a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action ot the Democratic l'arlv August l'rlrn-ary. de- For Wn tire Lieutenant-Governo- r For your Easter clothes, see my new line of shoes. Conrad Sippel, the stioe-ma- n. Get the Easter spirit by reading the advertisements in The JJreckenridge News. Miss Ola Fallon is spending a week the guest of Mrs. Chas. Hook, ot Irv-- i authorized toaunoiireo JUDGE JAMES D P.LACIC ot ltarhorvllle, Ky., us a candidal) for l.leutenant-Goveror of Kentucky subject i to the aetlon ot the Democratic I'arty In l':liLary Eltctlon. August lull. For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to timu-iiiie- ngton. Mrs. R. N. Hudson and sister, Miss S. II. PAYNE of Irvlngton, us n candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of llreekenrldge eoiiutv, subject lo ry tho action of the lteptthllrun Party, In EleetloL, August, 1911. many interesting and attractive grades are shown. We invite your attendance and your critical examination. We are sure we can please and serve you. signs in AX SYLVODORA FACE POWDER HTho one powder that udds Dr. R. I. Stenhenson is now located in Stephensport with uu office in the Blain homestead. He is well equipped to do all kinds of dental work at reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Dr. T S. llaker and Mrs. llaker have moved from Golfport. Miss., to Louis ville. Mrs. Roscoe Severs and little daughter, Miss Mary Kmily Severs, will spend the early spring months with them. Easter Candy Novelties Now lino of Kresh, Staple Candies ami Attractivo I. B. RICHARDSON, :- -: Garfield, Ky. Excursion Rates to Louisville ACCOUNT OF Novelties for Easter every charm to tho complexion ion without seeming artificial ono that koops tho skin fresh and dainty in appearance, and blonds perfectly with tho faco tints. The powder that stays on until you remove it. "Kentucky Educational Association" Charming Little Baskets For Your Early Spring Have and Photo by American Do You Find l'rs Association. Fancy Candy Eggs all colors Dates of Sale: April 20, 21 and 22. Return limit April 27, 1915. Fare From Cloverport to Louisville, Round Trip Suit Cleaned Pressed while it's too soon to wear your New Spring clothes Ladles' Suits a Specialty Telephone 70-- j the Wicked Cheerful? Iu tbe American Mngnziiiu David Grayson, author of "Hemplleld," com. incuts as follows on the cheerfulness of tho wicked: "Wo nre nearly all of us shocked by Wo tho cheerfulness of tho wicked. feci that those whom wo havo set aside ns reprobates or sinful spectacles should by good right draw long faces and be appropriately miserable, and we never become quite accus tomed to our own surprise at finding Cunning Candy Rabbits Make Easter Sweet and Bright For The Little Ones Telephone 74-- J Price 50c per box $2.50 Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store BERRY & MORRISON Cleverpert, Ky. Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. Clivirptrt, : : .Kentucky them happy ,or, contented." St. Patrick's Day Greetings quick," ho laughed, picking up his hat. aeeper than the rest of us have any reads about In tho Perslnn talcs. As thing money Is! If Idea of." a matter of fact, after tho second I "What a horrid hadn't any money, nobody would "Perhaps I am," thought Florence; gono up to tho roof, sncczo ho had bother me." "at least", deeper than you believe." got out by tho trap, and Jumped "I would," ho smiled. He wanted to When the countess fluttered dofon rather risky business, too to tho next tho eternal Jones might to her limousine Florence hated tho roof and had clambered down tho fire kiss her, but watching from tho windows; nnd sight of It and drove nwny, Florence escape of tho second building. Ho bo so ho patted her hand Instead nnd remembered her letters. And when was swearing Inaudlbly. After all these days of care nnd planning, after walked down tho graveled path to she came to the one purporting to bo from her father, sho read It carefully, all his cleverness In locating tho ren- tho street. It wns difficult work for Florence bent her head In thought, nnd finally ler." dezvous of tho Black Hundred, and "Who has been with his mnstcr for now. to loso his advnntngo becnuso to play at friendship. Sho was like destroyed tho missive, absolutely confourteen years, knows every move, of an uncontrollable sneeze! lie would her father; sho did not bestow It on fident that It was only a trap, and not habit, gesture, Inflection," Interposed never daro go back, and Just when ho every one. Sho had given her friend-rhl- very well conceived at that. Norton to tho nuselan, tho first real big had given her plenty of reason for limine. "But proceed, count, proceed. was beginning to pick up fine bits of You will remember tho old adage; information! So Florence Hargreavo friendship In her life, and Bho had bellovlng all such letters to bo forgertoo many cooks." was going to hnvo a new father in a been roughly disillusioned. But If tho ies. Her father, if ho really wished to "Ah," flashed back tho count, "but day or so? There wcro some clever countess could net, so could she; nnd see her, would enter tho house; ho rogues among this band of theirs; but of tho two her nctlng wns the moro would not write. Ah, when would' n new cook?" Olga touched Bralne's arm warn-Ingl- their cleverness was well offset by an consummate. Sho could smllo and she seo that father of hers, so mysterlaugh and Jest, all the whllo her heart CHAPTER XIII. equal number of fools. ious, always hovering near, always was burning with wrath. cs, there were somo clover rogues "You menn, then, that there has An Agent From Russia. Ono day, a week or so after her unseen? been talk In St. Petersburg of dispos- nnd to prove this assertion Braine It must havo been an amusing adTho Mack Hundred, not as individuing of some one?" secured a taxlcab and drove furiously meeting with Norton In the summer venture for tho countess. To steal als but as an organization, began to Olga arrived, beautifully Into tho summer away, his destination the homo of his house, "A good deal of talk, sir," haughtily, house nnd wait there, worry. Powerful, and often reckless forgetting that ho had bent humbly ancient enemy. Ho dropped tho cab gowned, handsome as ever. There not knowing if Florence had advised was not tho least touch of tho advenand daring because It was powerful, enough but n few moments gone. a block or two away nnd presently or tho reporter. If caught, she It began to look about for some basic Florence had Jonesher excuses. Btowed himself away In tho summer turess In her makeup. "Very well; go on." had Paroff, the confiall tlicso failures against cause for Thought tho man nt the peephole bouso at the left of tho lawn. It would Just received some mall, and sho had dent, however, appeared shortly after. Hargrcavo's daughter and Hargreave's dropped tho letters on the library tnblo "My child!" whispered tho man. ghost. They had tried to put tho Into greet tho countess. Sho had opened And Olga stilled a laugh; but to them, but had not yet looked at their him quisitive reporter out of tho way; they It sounded liko a sob. contents. had laid every trap they could think "I am worn out," ho said. "I am They wcro chatting pleasantly about of to catch the mysterious visitor at Inconsequent things, when tho maid tired of tho gamo of hide and seek." tho Hargreavo home; they had thrown , "You will not havo to play tho gamo canto in and nsked Florence to come long," out a hundred lures to bring Harthought Olga. to Miss Susan's room for a moment. greavo out of Ills lair, and failed; and "Tho money is hidden In my office Florence excused herself, wondering they had lost a dozen valuable men what Susan could want. She forgot down town. And wo must go there at and several thousand dollars. Thlj onco. When we return wo will pack the mall. must end somewhere, and quickly. up and leavo for Europe. I've longed As soon as sho wns gone tho countTho ono ray of hope for the conspiess, certnln that Jones was not lurk-it- s to see you sol rators lay In tho fact that Florence "You poor fool! And they sent you about, picked up the letters and had never seen her father and ktfew calmly examined their contents; and to supersede Leo!" sho mused. In the least what he looked like. not She played out the farce to the very among them sho found this remark They determined to try again In this ablo document: "Dear daughter I end. Sho permitted herself to be direction. havo never seen: I must turn the pinioned and Jogged; and for what "Give It all up," said the countess trcasuro over to you. Meet mo nt unnecessary roughness sho suffered to Braine. "I tell you, whatever Is eight In the tummcr house. Tell no at the hands of Paroff ho would presis stronger than wo back of all this one as my life Is In danger. Your loV' ently pay. Ho took her straight to are. Ho knows the organization, and tho executive chamber of the Black lag father." for all wo know ho may bu a ghost." The countess could havo laughed Hundred and pushed her Into the "I never go back," smiled Bralnc. room, exclaiming triumphantly: aloud. She saw this man Paroff'3 "There's something more than the mil"Hero Is Hargreave's daughter!" hand; and here was the chance to be' lion. Thero's the sport of the thing. "Indeed!" said Olga, throwing back fool and humiliate him and send him In a dozen bouts, Wo'vo been bested veil and standing revealed in her off packing to his cold and miserable her and nearly always by a fluke. They country. She had mado up once as mask. : .v ear-- . sj0ksss?:... .z& have the breaks, as they say out at the "Olga!" cried Braine, laughing. Florence, and she could easily do so Polo grounds." And that was the Inglorious end of again. The only thing that troubled "But the tlmo and expense when her was the fact that she did not know the secret agent from Ilussla. we might be getting results elsewhere! Count Paroff Presents His Credentials. whether Florence had read the letter I tell you, Leo, I'm afraid. It's like (To be Continued) above: "There's another adage. When have been a capital Idea that is, if always hearing some ono behind you thieves fall out, then honest men get the other man had not thought of and and never finding anybody when you turn. I have told you my doubts. I their dues. Yes, yes; proceed, pro- anticipated this very thing. So he TflBiii used a public pay station telephone; have also asked you to trap that but- ceed!" Paroff went on, "I shall, then, go and Braine waited In vain, waited ler, but you've always laughed." 'Million Dollar Mystery' "You are seeing ghosts, Olga. A frankly to the Hargreave house and till the lights In tho Hargreave house claim my own. Meantime I leave to went out ono by one and It became new man from holy Russia," shrug-glnyou the business of luring the butler wrapped in darkness within and moon- "Is coming tonight. Evidently Is Now Being Shown at the away. Half an hour is all I need to shino without. the head over there thinks our contriBraine was a philosopher. He re up to bring that child here, to break the butions of late have not been wall that the mark, and they are going to stir wo seek." stands between us and what turned to his waiting tnxlcab, drove home, paid tho bill, smiling grimly, us up. I am willing to wager my soul. "Is that so?" murmured Braliub and went to bed. It was going to be however, that that box is simply a hoax to befuddle us. Either that or It "Olga, I want you to. play a trick on a wonderful game of bjlnd man's buff, delegate-at-largc- . I'm and It was going to bo sport to watch Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! holds the key. But the rest of them this handsome 1 this fool Paroff blunder Into a pit. Scratch! The more you scratch, the insist that the box must be recovered. not very enthusiastic over his talk, All you have The next afternoon Florence and worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. When I leave this room tonight I am want him humiliated. going over to Riverdale and stalk all to do, he says, is to walk Into the Norton sat In the summer house talkFor eczema, any skin itching. 50c a Hargreave house and walk nut uk.' ing of the future. Lovers are prone box. by myself. I'm going to get a glimpse Well, let's you and I see that he does to talk of that. As If anything else of that mysterious stranger. He car- that and nothing else. I'll have no one In the world ever equals the present! They talked of nice little apartments HILL ITEMS. ries a scar of mine somewhere, for I meddling with my own game." Some one tneezed, and everybody and vacations In the summer and how hit him that night.' Tho sneeze much they would save out of his The door opened and the executive looked at his neighbor. Be kind to the toiler that you meet was repeated, but muffled, as If some salary, and a thousand and one other chamber became silent. on the street every day. To the man "Count Paroff," boomed the voice one was desperately anxious to avoid things which would not interest you in the ditch who is laying the sewer at all If I recounted them In detail. of Vroon. "He will present bis cre- sneezing. that is to keep contagion from you and "It came from above!" whispered But they did love each other, and they dentials." your loved ones; to the woman scrubwere going to be married; you may be This formality was executed as pro- Olga. "Don't look up!" bing the tile that your feet may have a Braine was cool. He walked Idly certain of that. They did not care by the rules; and Count Parclean place to tread. It is but the ac scribed across the room to where Vroon sat. a snap of the finger what Jones There Was Not the Least Touch of cident of chance that put either there off was given his chair. He spoke for in your stead. L. A. S. "Very well, Paroff; we give you free thought. They were going to be marthe Adventuress in Her Makeup. a whllo, rather pompously. "The head organization is not sat- rein." To Vroon he Eald: "Some one ried, and that was all there was to It. or not. Thus, The Rev. R. E. Reeves, pastor of the fbe did not dare destroy isfied with its offspring in this Har- is watching us from the room over- Of course, Florence couldn't touch a it. She first thought of changing Presbyterian church, will fill his reRU-la- r greave affair," he said In conclusion. head. I thought that room belonged penny of her father's money. If he, appointment next Sunday, March Norton, couldn't take care of her with- the clock; then she concluded to drop to us." "You aro slow." out help, why, he wouldn't be worth the letter exactly where she found It 21st. does," said Vroon stolidly. you have come with some "It "Then and trust to luck. The mumps have been almost as pre "Then how Is It that some one Is the powder to blow him up with. suggestions for the betterment of our When Florence returned she ex valent on the hill as was the measles, "But, my dear, you must be very watching from up there? No excitebusiness?" asked Braine Ironically. "Sir, this Is not the hour for flip- ment. I'm golns to bid every ono careful," ho said. "Jones and I will plained that her absence had been due and seems much more objectionable. If they to somo trifling household affair. pancy," said the agent coldly. then I'm going to Investi- always be about somewhere. One little girl said a month ago, "Be Russian: "I come primar Braine made a sign with his hand, gate. When I leave you will quietly really get hold of you once, God alone ilySaid the you sure and put in the paper that I am to ask to tea tomorrow, where a sign not observed by every one. send men to all exits to the building. knows what will happen. It is not sick and got the measles." Today she may Instantly Paroff bent lowly. He rec- I want the man who sneezed, and I you, it Is your poor father they want they dance. If you like, you begin ask said, "I've got the mumps, but don't to to bring out into the open. If they Mr. Norton to go along. I ognized that tho speaker was the ac- want him badly." Olga departed with Braine, only she knew where ho was they would not observe that you two are rather fond put it in the paper, just say I am sick." tual, not the nominal, head of the of one another." Mrs. Simon Beavlnand son, Bernard, Immediately sought the taxi that bother you In the least." American branch. 'O, Mr. Norton Is Just a valuable spent last week from Tuesday until "Have I really a father? Sometimes "What are your suggestions?" In- brought her and was driven home. It quired tho nominal head from his was always understood that when nny I doubt. Why couldn't he steal into friend," returned Florence with a Saturday visiting relatives and friends smllo that quite deceived the other chair, anxious to avoid a clash be- serious exploit was under way here- the house and see me, Just once?" at Tarfork and McQuady. "Perhaps he dares not. This house woman. "I shall be glad to go to the tween tho newcomer and tho trucu- abouts sho was to make her departJoe Simmons has been at home sev tea. But I shall not promise to dance." Is always watched, night and day, ure at once. lent master of them all. eral days with a severe cold. 'Not with Mr. Norton?" archly. Vroon stationed his men at the sev though you'll look In vain to discover "I have been Informed that Har greave's daughter has never seen her eral exits and Braine went upstairs. any one. Your father knows best what Herman Melton, who was thought to father, not even a photograph of him," The man who had sneezed, however, he Is doing, my dear girl. You see, have pneumonia is better, but not able had vanished as completely as If ho I met him years ago In China, and said Paroff, more amiably. to be up. "We aro absolutely certain that had worn that Invisible cloak one when he started out to do a certain Mrs. Will Laslie went to Duke last this is tho case," said tho nominal thing he generally did it. He never Saturday to visit her grandparents, head, who was known as the presibotched any of his plans. So wp all Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Starks. dent. "But we tried one play in that must wait. Only I'm going to marry direction, and it failed miserably." you all the same, whether he llKts it Miss Jennie Armstrong, from Dayton, "I have tho story." replied Paroff. or not. Tho rogues will try to impose Ohio, was a visitor with Mr. and Mrs. upon you again; but do not pay any "It was clumBlly done. The ruse was McKiney to relatives last Saturday In an old one." attention to notes or personals in the Toblnsport. Braine was frank enough to admit papers. And It was a lucky thing that tho truth of this statement, however Mrs. Jim Brickey, from Kansas, is I was on the freighter that picked you much he disliked the admission. up nt sea. I shall always wonder how Ho visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs nodded. that yacht took fire." Reme Pate. "I havo authority to take a hand In "So shall I," replied Florence, her Prof. John Marshall, whose wife has thlB affair. Wo cannot waste all sumbrows drawing together In puzzlebeen here only a short time, has moved mer. Those government plans of tho ment. "Sometimes I think I must have into Mai ion Weatherholt's house refortifications of tho Panama are waitdone It. You know, people out of their ing. There's your millions. But the cently vacated by Charles Clark. strange things. I seem to heads do fact remains that it is tho law of tho see myself as In a dream. And this Dr. Llghtfoot was called In laft Frl Black Hundred never to step down man Braine 1b a scoundrel!" day to see J. "W. Bdmondson, who has absolutely defeated. The hidden till "Yes; nnd more than that, he Is an attack of grippe. million Is but half; we muBt find and the dear friend of the countess. But C. W. Satterfield Is at home with the break this renegade Hargreave." understand, you must never let her grippe. "If be IIvcb," said Braine. suspect that you know By dream or "Who can say one way or the lulling her Into overconfldence some A Specific Against Colds. other?" brusquely asked Paroff. "Tho day she will naturally grow careless, fact that all your plans and schemes and then we'll have them all. I think "If theie is such a thing as a specific have come to naught should prove to I understand what your father's idea agalnt colds, It is to be found In the you that you are not fighting a ghost. "My Chlldl" Whispered the Man. Is: not to have them arrested for sleeping porch or the open bed room. There Is but one way to bring out the blackmail, but practically to extermin"Reporters never uuuee themselves; Next to that comes the cold sponge truth." put them In prison for such they make others dance Instead." ate them, In the morning," says the Youths "And that is to make a captive of terms of years that they'll die there. "I shall have to tell that," declared bath his daughter," supplemented Braine. When you see a snake, a poisonous the countess; and she laughed quite Companion. Be as careful as you can you will occasionally take cold and "And we have worked toward that end one, don't let It get away. Kill It honestly. ceaselessly. We are quite ready to Well, I must be off to work." "Then I have said something wit- when you do you will find Chamber listen to your suggestions, count." "And you be careful, too. You are ty?" Iain's Cough Remedy a great help in "And so am I." thought the man In more danger than I am." "Indeed you have; and it Is not only enabling you to get nd of It. Try It. Norton Wanted to Kiss Htr. with his ear to the little hole In the "But I'm a roan and can dodge witty buj truthful. Pm. afrajd you're Obtainable everywhere. Mystery Million Dollar The celling above. "And some day, my energetic friend, I'm going to pay you back for that bullet." Count Paroff cleared his volco and laid his plans beforo his audience. "To act frankly nnd In tho open, to go boldly to the Hargreavo homo nnd proclaim myself Hargreavo. 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Millinery Ads. and Easter Cuts We have received a nice line of Millinery cuts and Easter for those who are interested in attractive advertising. Write to us for pictures and prices of ads. We shall be glad to send both promptly. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, Clovtrport, Ky. ts ft r LET JVIE in a new piace, wnere you can live easy and a long time and make money. Let me tell you about the Flor- ma proposition. Sell you a farm, or a blacksmith shop, or a store and stock of goods or trade you shop or the store for a farm. Any old way to get up a trade. I can sell you an improved farm in Oklahoma or in Florida or I can sell you raw land In Florida, C. L. HfrdlMburf, BEARD, : : Keatucky I ASSESSORS BOOKS SYMPTOMS Some- MRS. J. D. ROCKEFELLER Died at Horns ct Pocar.tleo Hills, After Long Illness. GERMANS PUSH " NOWjlPLETED Slight Symptoms i TOWARD WARSAW Many Cloverport Citizens Have Teuton Profited By It. 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BLOW Tha recapitulation of the Assessor's book has been completed by County Clerk C, V Hobertson and Deputy Ed Dillon, Including the raises made by the Couaty lloard or Equalization, and the same will bo forwarded to the State Board of Equalization and may be raised some by that body. The following is a list cf the property assessed for taxation as shown by the books just completed: $ 80,477 Amount of bond Notes secured Notes unsecured Accounts Cash on hand Cash In bank Cash in other corporations.. Other cash items Number of acres of land, 327,- C81; 157.403 157,203 42,147 I7.7C0 108,486 15 26ft complaint. Perhaps you don't feel very badly To allow now, but dclav Is dangerons. 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 and mildly by taking the natural vegetable compound that is replacing calomel everywhere. It has all the effectiveness, not the elTcct of calomel. Insist on getting the LAX, bearing the original LIV-VElikeness and signature of L. K. Grigs-by- , which is guaranteed to give satis faction or money refunded. For sale by Klncheloe's Pharmacy. R aLLK aBf3l London, March According to last lonser throur.li harder service titan any other because they have a round bolster, whtcli docs away with sharp corners (where blade Is Joined to handle) where wear Is constant and hardest. This Is but one ol manr notable features ol HM ; .flNEIHCAM ,i-hX- AHA 1 MRS. J.D ROCKEFELLER. mora vol ' PUSSS ,lt.SOCIATlOH. ' ?z value Town lots, 1500; value Thorough bred stallions, 5; 2,GSS,770 802,402 1,100 1,600 272,860 jJBmJARY On the8th.theAnKel of Death visited our little town and took from us our beloved sister, Mrs. Hrooker M Smith. The funeral was conducted by Rev. V. R. Oldham on the 9th, at her home; and her remains were laid to rest in the Scott graveyard, to wait the judgment. She was the wife of Joe S Smith, and leaves a husband, two sons and one daughter to mourn her loss, but their loss Is her eternal gain. Sister Smith professed Christ about twenty-eigh- t years ago, and has lived a true Chri:-tlaever ready to do God's will. She has been heard to say, that she was ready to go at any time, the Lord called her, and how sweet it Is to be ready. I would say to the Father und children, "Weep not, as one that has no hbpe, for we are sure that she is at rest." Sister Smith was born, Feb. 7th, I8O5, married to Joe Smith, Feb. i4th, 188O. To this union was five children, Arthur, Shelvle, and Lillie, who are living with their father, and the two that outripped their loving mother to heaven, was Meadie and the little infant boy. Sister Smith, was a kind, affectionate wife, n fond mother, and a friend to all. How the children will miss her, to know her was to love her. 'Farewell, dear husband, my life is passed, My love was yours, while life did last, After me no sorrow take Bat love my children, for ray sake." valu Stallions, common stoclc, 15; value Geldings, mares and colts, common stock, value.... Number of mules and mule colts, value Number of jacks, 26; value.. Nurmer of jennets, 21; value Registered bulls, 0; value.... Registered cows and calves, 30; MRS, ROCKEFELLER DIES AT TARRYTOWN Daughter of Rich Man, Marries Poor Boy. New York. (Special) After an Illness of weckH, from anemia and other ailments duo to old age, Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Is dead at port citizen. L. V. Chapin. Cloverport, Ky., says: ''I was in a bad shape with kidney trouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills I went to Oelzc's Drug recommended, Store and got a box. One box cured uie. I have had no need of a kidney medicine since." Price 50s, at all dealers Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get He is said to have more troops Doan's Kidney Pills-t- hc same that now than on his previous unsuccessful n had. Co., attempts. Props., llulfhlo, N. Y Tho German official statement stated they had repulsed attacks of tho M French In Champagne near Sounln. In tho eastern theater of war, there FLEEING Foster-Mllbur- French official statements It Is said French troops captured nn Important position In the Argonno nnd that the Ilclglan troops continued their In tho vicinity of tho Pser. The Pclglans, assisted by Krencli heavy artillery, destroyed nn Important defensive point In a cemetery nt Tho German artillery bombarded tho cathedral at Solssons. Tho Germans also bombarded Rhelms. Reports from Russia state that lines aro forming for a new battlo In north Poland. They have already been clashes by the north Russian and German outposts. There are evidences that Field Mnrshal Von Hlndenberg 13 preparing for another drive nt War-Ba- 8ff ROGERS BROS. Dix-mud- e. knives, which slvc lasting service and satisfaction. Numerous patterns are ollcred In this t.imoui ' Stlvt r Plate that Wean. ' ' Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all des ens. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO. Successor to Merlden Umannli Co. MER1DEN. CONN. Mrs. Cashman Entertained. Unyniond, Ky , March 15. On last Thursday, .March n, Mrs. Margaret Cashman was pleasantly surprised by a number of her friends gathering at her home to spend the day with her, it her seventy-fourt(7!) anniversary, and earning with them nicely filled baskets with good tilings to eat. She received several useful presents Mrs. Cashman lives alone with her "almost" invalid son, Jess; is remark ably active for one her age, doing all of her own house work. Those present were as follows: Mrs, W. L Hlack and son, Arthur ltlack, Mrs J H. Dutschke ami children, Heba, Lewis and Crcslon Dutschke, Mrs. Willis Chappcll and sous, Seth and Will T Chappcll, Mrs. Taylor Compton and daughter, Mirriam Compton, Mrs. Car rie Ilasham and baby, .Myrtle Hasham, Mrs. Glen Macy and sons, Hobart, lvlza and Ouier Macy, Mrs Laura Hassett and daughter, Miss Nannie Hassett, Miss Leo Cashman and little brother, Kay Avitt Cashman, Miss Blanche Hall. A Friend. be-in- ;,' h PEOPLE was no change. She 224,640 3,725 485 73O value 2,u0 I5.O45 n, Pocontlco Hills. She was precariously 111 for a tlmo last summer of the 64,045 same disease, and It was on this account, In a largo measure, that Mr. Rockefeller moved from his Cleveland 40785 homo to his New York estate at 1,557 Pocantlco IIIUs. 209,138 With Mrs. Rockefeller at the end 39,958 were her only sister, Miss Lucy Spel-maDr. Paul Allan, of this city, her 1,950 cles family physician, and one or two of Value of raw material, manuthe old servants of the household. 10,985 facturing Mrs. Rockefeller had been thought 3,165 to be improving, and one day this Value of libraries week she was carried out Into the 1,270 Value of diamonds, I4 garden to seo tho flowers. Value of watches, clocks, Neither Mr. Rockefeller nor his son, 5,8i(t jewelry and silverware.... John D. Rockefeller, Jr., was with Value of steam engines 24565 Mrs. Rockefeller when she died. Both Stock of goods were at Ormond, Fla., where they Value of wines, whiskies, went a few days ago In the belief etc. , not In Distillery warethat Mrs. Rockefeller was not serious-l25 houses ill. On learning of her death they Value of property held for started for homo on a special train. Pending tho arrival of Mr. Rockefeli,300 another ler and his son, no arrangements All property not mentioned Proper Treatment For Biliousness. have been made for the burial. 27,100 above For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, Mrs. Rockefeller lived the quiet, rePersonal property exempt Y., was bilious and had tired life of many another American 673,141 Churchville, N. taxation from sick headache and dizzy spells. Cham- women. Her wealth has never beon Grand total of all property berlain's Tablets were the only thing to her a matter of great moment. besubject to taxation, (IncludShe was Laura Calestla Spelman that gave her permanent relief. Obtain- fore ing $165,058 raise made by her marriage, and her home was able everywhere. In Cloveland, whero her father, H. I). Board of Equalization).... Legal voters 4.94 Spelman was a merchant. Pounds of tobacco raised 19143,384,079 She nnd her husband were class2,689 AUSTRIA Tons of hay THREATENED mates at the Central high school in 506,284 Bushels of corn More than ten years ago Cleveland. 90,344 Wheat Mrs. Rockefeller gave a reception for 7,233 Oats BY A FAMINE all tho members of that class that 8,774 Wheat, number acres 40,085 could be gathered together. Among Corn, number acres 5,462 Meador, number acres them were three senators Hanna, 01.11!) Woodland, number acres Wolcott and John P. Jones. 4,1 il Police Tobacco, number acres Galled Upon to Quell 1,24a Dogs, number I83.87I y Sheep, 4g00; value Bulls, cows, and calves, common stock, 7780; value.... Hogs, 13,753; value Value of agricultural imple ments Value of safes Value of household furniture Value of pianos Value of manufactured arti- A Wonderful Healing Influence Disorder and Riots. (Special) It Is reported authentically from Vienna that Austria Is threatened seriously with famine. Flour has gono up to fifty cents a pound and numerous poor people aro already without bread. Tho dispatch says that discontent has been displaced by Indignation and that tho situation is most alarming. For this reason tho censorship has been Increased, the police aro active In quelling disorder, and tho courts aro very busy convicting complaining citizens on the charge of high treason... Italians and Dalmatians have been persecuted severely., Tho Countess Vldovlc, a native of Marpurgo, has been sontenced to a year at hard labor because she caused trouble at the weekly fast day by singing a Servian hymn. A widow of Trent has been sentenced to two years because she aided her son to desert. Tho most prominent families In the Trontino district have been apprehended on tho suspicion that they aro preparing for an Italian invasion. Many are Ueelng to Italy, whllo tho exodus from Austria to Switzerland Is Increasing dally. Home, A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE WAR In Kidney Troubles. A year and a half ago I was taken with a severe attack of Kidney trouble that pained mo to such an extent that morphine had to be given me. Was attended by a doctor who pronounced it as Stone In the Bladder and prescribed Ltthla Water. I took Lithia. Water and Tablets tor soma time and I received no relief from them. stopped taking medicines for some time, later having some Swamp-Roo- t in the house I decided to try it and felt much relieved. While taking the the second bottle commenced to pass Gravel in urine until I had passed in all at least a half dozen or more and have not suffered the slightest since and in all have taken one bottle and a half and feel very grateful to Swamp-Roo- t. Yours very truly, H. W. SPINKS, Camp Hill, Ala. Personally appearing before me this iGth day of August, 1910, H. W.Spinks, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true In substance and In fact. A. B. Leg, Ex. of Justice of Peace. Letters to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Blnghamton. N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton. N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be aure and mention the Breckenridge News. and slie Regular fifty-cebottles tor sale at all drug store. one-doll- ar The German war office announco3 that tho British have failed to advance loyond Neuve Chapelle, the capture of which town they admit. Reports from Petrograd say thnt a new advance on Warsaw Is being made by tho Germans from directly north, and from tho Przanysz region. About half a million men aro said to have been assembled by tho Germans for this movement. British warships havo bombarded Wcstende again. In Poland tho Russians have retreated from Grodno with heavy losses, and tho Germans havo progressed In tho Przanysz region. The British under secretary said in tho house of commons that Japan's de mands on China had not violated tho spirit of the treaty made by tho allIo3 and that England's agreement with Japan Insured tho preservation of the "open door" policy In that country, and also China's Integrity. Japan has modified her demands on China and the situation seems to havo been smoothed over. Germany has proposed to Italy that sho romaln neutral on condition that How To Give Quinine To Children. Austria cedo tho Trontino to her. FUniULINn li the name given to an Italy has not yet replied and ImportImproved Quiniue. It is aTatteless Syrup, pleas, ant conferences contlnuo night and ant to take and does not disturb the stomach. Children take It and never know it is Quinine. day. Tho moment for Italian IntervenAlso especially adapted to adults who cannot tion Is close at hand, according to distake ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor cause nervousness norrlnglnir In the bead. Ttt patches from Rome. It the next time you need Quinine (or any purTho British admiralty announces pose. Ask lor 2 ounce original package. The uame PUMUUNlj is blown in bottle. 23 cents. the loss of tho auxiliary patrol cruiser Dayano, of 3,500 tons. The voBoel was apparently sunk by a German subNotice. members of marine. Only twenty-siAny one having tho crew were saved. Mhrch IO15. claims against the estate of John FurPrize Holttelne Slaughtered. row, deceased, will present them to the Elizabeth, N. J. (Special) The disundersigned, duly sworn to and proven covery of the hoof and mouth disease according to law, before the 30th day caused the slaughter of twenty-twprize Holstelns belonging to August Chas. H. Smart, of April, 1915. Administrator, Cloverport, Ky. Benhardt, ot CranfoiM. trade-marx o Arrangements have beon made by the envoys at the Vatican of Prussia, Bavaria and Austria that their interests shall ho looked after by tho Spanish envoy In caso of Italy Joining In tho war Attack on the Dardanelles the allies The English East Indian licet again bombarded Smyrna, and the surrender Continues Unabated. of the city Is momentarily expected. The population has fled to tho Interior. Tho bombardment of the Dar fleet danelles by the Franco-Hrlti3ALLIES CAPTURE TRENCHES continues, but has been somewhat in-- I terferred with by tho weather conditions. Are Nov Facing Main Positions of London, March IS. A serious blow German Army and Is Extending at Turkey, In that It prevents tho exOver a Wider Front Than Form- portation of army munitions nnd superly. plies from Austria and Germany to a country, has been dealt by Paris, March S. The French of- that and Bulgnria, according to disfensive continues unchecked in Cham- patches received from Sofia, via Rome, pagne. Balkan powers having signed a The attacks aro now being carried tho railway convention at Bucharest, out In most unfavcrable weather con- which allows the transit ot all goods, ditions, hut despite the handicap, the but arms and munitions. It Is becommuniques issues by the French lieved U1I3 will havo a great war olllco record additional advances effect, here that as the Turks are already short in this repfcm. Tho French onslaughts of ammunition nnd can not continue aro now helng extended over a wider for any time the defenses of the Darfront and are reaching to a consider- danelles upon their own resources. able distance west of Perthes, tho previous fight having been centered mainTo feel strong, have good appetite ly north and east of that village and and digestion, sleep soundly and en-jnorth of life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, Most of the outlying Gorman trenches have now been captured, and the family system tonic. Price 1.00. the operations arc taking the allied troops against tho main fortified posiL0DIBURG. tions of tho enemy, where progress will necessarily ho slower, although there Is every expectation that It will Mrs. Annie Askius, of Stcphensport, bo relatively successful. The communliiue announces that was visiting her sister, Mrs. O. R. Cox, west of Perthes tho French gained a last week. foothold In a wooded section which Miss Ida Carter, of Clifton Mills, was tho Germans had organized solidly. the guest of her cousins, the Misses vlllago they repulsed a North of the counter attack, while at Mesnll and liasbnm Miss Ida Belle Ater, of Irvingtoii, was Beaousojour more ground was taken. The Germans contlnuo their efforts visiting relatives near here last week. at Lorotto north of Arras. They atMrs Sam Drown spent part of last tempted four attacks, but all failed. wick with her mother, Mrs. Rcece Tho German heavy batteries at French, near Sample, who is very low at Westcnde in Flandon have been subthis writing jected to a severo fire. Mrs.Tula Itrown and daughter.of London, March S. Tho Inner dewith her cousin, the week-enfenses bombardment of the Darda- Mrs Henry Gibson, and other relatives. nelles and tho defenses on the Miss Adrian Miller, of Paynesville, is Gulf of Saros continues much in the the guest of her cousin, Miss Kitty same manner us on the preceding days, tho dreadnought Queen Eliza- Miller, this week. Miss I.uciie Parr started to Howling beth battering away at tho works on tho Asiatic sido of tho strait, by tho Green last Sunday to attend the State Indirect method of attack, wlillo part Normal. of tho fleet poured in a direct fire II. IJ. Frymire was at llardinsburg A statefrom within tho passageway. ment Issued by tho French ministry last week. of marines at Paris and telegraphed II. '11. Parks, of Clifton Mills, spent here, says: last Saturday and Sunday with his "The battleship Queen Elizabeth, brother, Dr. S P. Parks, of Irvington. stntloncd in the Gulf of Saros bomMiss Dessie Adkissou, of Rhodelia, barded by Indirect flro on .March C, large works on tho Asiatic is the guest of her sister, Mrs C. K. tho two sido of the strait which defends tho Keys, this week. narrows near Chanak, namely Forts Mr. and Mrs. Davis Handy, of LouisHamldiehi-Tabland Hamldleht-Siil-tnnle- . ville, are visiting their pireuts, Mr. and At tho same time battleships Mrs. June Handy, this week. which had penetrated the strait conRev. Ilutchersou filled his regular aptinued by direct fire, tho bombardment of the work at Dardanos, on tho pointment nt Walnut Grove last SaturAsiatic sido and Souan Diro on tho day and Sunday. European sido." Luther Argabright, of Brandenburg, A dispatch" from Bucharest says was visiting his brother, W. 11. Argathat tho attacks on tho Inner forts bright, lust week. havo caused tho panic In ConstanJonas Hasliam sold two hhds. of to tinople to grow. Tho exodus ot tho residents of the Turkish bacco in Louisville last week for fit. 70 capital has begun, and a number of and 6 20 families, mostly Greeks, havo reached IJ. II. Shellmaii, II. II Norton and Bucharest. FKty German military officers, who George Lyddan went to St. Louis last havo been In Turkey, havo passed Saturday with six car loads of fine through Bucharest on their way to cattle. Othor German officers, acBerlin. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days companied by their families, arrived Vour druggist will refund money if PAZO short- OINTMENT (alls to cure any cuse of Itching, hero and. will proceed to Berlin CONSTANTINOPLE Rou-mani- The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head necniiie ol Its tonic anil laiatlve effect. LAXA. TIVK IIKOMO QUININKIi better than ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor ringing in head. Remember the full name and look lor the signature of U. W. GROVK. 23c. Me3iill-I.es-IIurlu- av Father in the Home. At last the world is beginning to lay more stress on the importance of the father in the home. If the fathers of our country realized more fully their duty in helping to rear the children, it would make the mother's duty at least more pleasant and would tell in the betterment of the race. Howling Green Times-Journal. A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia and constipation, weakens the whole system. Doan's Regulets (25e per box) act mildly on the liver and bow les. At all drug stores. Cattle Day at Webster. The last of the cattle fed near Webster went out Saturday, March 13, when Mr. II. II. Norton shipped 62 of his own feeding; 8 from John Lyddan and son and 4 from W. M Kendall. Tom Lyddan shipped jS head All went to St. Louis. Messrs. Norton and Lyddan with stock. Three loads of these steera averaged 1350 pounds Mr. Norton had one steer weighed tSSo lbs. This steer gained 440 lbs. while on feed. Miss Nannie Lee Kendall sold one for Jloi 50 that cost her if U.oo when a calf. She tays, "More calves and fewer boys for me " On the ilth Mr. Norton bought load of John Lyddan and shipped to Louisville. Karly in February G. N. and Tom. L) ddau each shipped load of cattle to ICast St Louis. These feeders report low prices, owing to foreign wars and foot ami mouth disease, but they are in the business to stay. On March 4th G N. Lyddan shipped d mare mules to 20 fat, Shelbyville to go through Mr. U. H. Wise's annual mule sale. three-year-ol- nt d a For baby's ctoup, Willie's dally cuts and bruises, mamma's sore throat, Grandma's lameness. Dr. Thomas's Kclectic Oil the household remedy L'5C and Mc. NEW BETHEL. Farmers are putting in their time plowing these nice days. Herbert Jarboe and Silas Miller, jr., who are attending school at I'ordsville, s, came up Friday night to visit their returning Sunday night. Lige Drown visited at Stephensport Sunday, The members of New Ilcthcl church met Sunday evening to organize a Sun. day school. Allen Dowell, who went to Illinois, writes back that he has secured work on a farm at fjo per mouth. John Miller and family, of near Cloverport, have moved to the old Hawkins' farm. D. J. Roberta went to Louisville last, week. par-cut- well-to-d- o Wins Suit Against Railroad. Washington, hid. (Special) After deliberating all night tho Jury which beard the damage suit or Georgo Hoffman, an Indianapolis wholesale merchreant, against tho that the Germans have totally lost turned a verdict C. & E. I. railroad, for f 3,000. their Influence In tha capital and that most ,ot them hart left already for ly. In addition to other troubles, the people ot Constantinople now are threatened with famine, according to tho Bucharest correspondents. Bread has been requisitioned for the troops In such quantities that little Is left for civilians. It Is freely reported Blind. Bleedlnif or I'rotrudins l'lles in 6 to 14 days. The first application gives Wasc and Rest 20c. QemW. Try our Job Department I I A LAST WARNING TO TAXPAYERS I fully realize that money is scarce; I also realize tliat 1 am compelled to settle the county taxes the first week in April. ALL TAXES OWING MUST BE COLLECTED BY THAT TIME. CI give you this as a last warning. I must have the money. Pay before then and save cost. W. IRVINGTON. C. A. T. BEARD, Sheriff Breckinridge County Pate, Wm. Gibson, A. J. Dye, J. B. Carman, Deputies AT HOME SOLDIER NAVAL PROBLEMS. GREAT CROWDS . J. D. Aslicraft's barn, with its contents, was clestroye bv firu early Sunday mornlnc The origin of the fire is unknown. No insurance. Miss Clio Ilrownfield, Miss Lottie Handy, I'aul Wilson and lunlus Stith spent the week end at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs. Lee Stith. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Write have moved into the properly recently vacated by Larue Cox. Dr. W. II. Taylor, Mr and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft and Miss Neafus motored to S.md Hill Sunday ufternoon to see Mrs. Jake Cowley. Mrs. C. W. 1 1 nwes and children have returned from Owensboro. Citizani who were in Louisville last week: Mesdames J. M. Herndon, Nora Hoard, G. L. Ilrady, G. T. Marshall, 1 Frenchman Presenting Girl With Piece of Captured Zeppelin. How to Protect Warships From Mines and Torpedoes. Our CAN JAR Faulty Method III COOPER of Living WHEAT FLOUR i CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD 2. mt Produces BOTTOMS BE ARMORED? This Is a Question That Can Be Answered Only by Experiment and May Involve Radical Changes In Construction Above the Water Lina. The next departure In the construction of war vessels will bo nrmorliiR their bottoms. The mines mid the submarines haro demonstrated Unit side nnnor and Impenetrable turrets are of very small account when the bottom of a ship can he so easily pierced. The projilum of protecting the bottom may look Insoluble, hut it cannot look more hopeless than the protection of the sides did fifty or sixty years ago. The Idea of getting enough armor upon the sides of n ship to afford substantial protection looked Impossible to naval architects of two generations ago. Hut bold Inventors and constructors tried the experiment, aud It succeeded. Then the guns were Increased In size In order to penetrate tho thin armor of the day. and tho nnvnl constructors found It possible to add greatly to the thickness of tho plates, nnd successive Improvements In tho quality of the plates were effected. The next step was to attack the decks of ivnr vessels by vertical fire. and the constructors Introduced protective decks. Then the mine and the torpedo were perfected, nnd the submarine vessel was Invented, nnd now the problem Is to protect wnr vessels below the water line. It may or It may not bo possible to do this, but the experiment will be made, and It Is ns likely to succeed as Of some of the earlier experiments. course, bottom armor would add greatly to tho weight of a vessel, hut the displacement can be Increased enough to give the necessary buoyancy. Besides, It may be worth while to take off some of the turret and side armor to save weight Of course the stability of the ship would be Increased If the heaviest plates were below the water line Instead of above. The sides of n vessel do not present a very large target, nnd the protection of thu bottom may be Important enough to justify a reduction hi the protection of the sides. When the naval architects found It necessary to Increase the thickness of thu side armor they reduced tho area to be protected to the vitals of a ship, the engine room and the principal battery. The bow and stern could be shot to pieces and yet leave the central part of the ship Intact, with the motive power and tho biggest guns. This principle nuiy be carried still farther. Still less protection may be given the sides and top of the "citadel." In order to give more to the bottom, which can bo attacked by it n Invisible enemy. The turrets are very heavy and being placed high nbove the water, they are where they have the greatest effect In Impairing the vessel's stability. At the distances at which vessels usually light now tho platforms of the big guns present a very minute target: the chances of their being hit Is small; for the sake of protecting tho bottom It may be worth while to replace tho massive turrets with light shields designed only to protect tho gun crews from small, rapid fire guns and fragments of shells, nnd put tho weight whero It will resist torpedoes and mines. It may bo that no bottom will stand tho explosion of a mine or a torpedo, but tho next departure In battleship construction will test this. The efficacy ot the submarine has been demonstrated, and the present task of naval constructors is to ilcvlso protection from Record. Otter Rtmedlts Won't Con Cons Oil The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. I'orter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieres Vain and Itcals at the same time. 25c, 60c, J LOO. Health, He Says. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT EGOS nKEI sirloin MUTTON, leu MILK . PORK, loin ItltEAKKAST FOODS CHEESE Lexington, March 1(1 L. T.Cooper, the man who created such a favorable Impression In tho big Eastern cities with his health theories and mediclr.e, has attracted immense gatherings in Lexington, where the famous philanthropist lias delivered a scries of lectures in connection with his introduction of Tanlac, the medicine that is producing such remarkable results in Central Kentucky. Articles Energy 10c will buy 3Si .... 410 445 . .1030 1030 - .1117 1185 . 1363. IlUTTEIt KICK POTATOES 11EANS, 2023 21130 drltd 3040 C340 WHEAT KLOUIJ ... - Misses Nell Murshall, Jessye Hrady, K. L. byoii, Geo. Huft, Woodrow Wilson, A. T. Adkins and G. L. Brady. Our Irish citizens will celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Miss Evelyn King had for her week end guests Misses Sue Handv and Kliz abeth Baxter. Alexander, Gusdrj .Misses Mary Brnmlette and Elizabeth Cain were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowell Saturday. William Hell, of Hrandenburg. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. A Dowell. John Galloway has returned from Rulfield, Iowa. W. J. Lane, of Louisville, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Woolfolk, of Chester. I'a., is visiting Mesdames S. I. 1'arks and J. M. Ucrndon. Mrs. Kate Bennett, of Hasln SpriDgs, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moremau. Mr. and Mrs. John Adkins, of I'at!S-villhave-- been visiting Mr. ami Mrs. A. T. Adkins. Mrs. Julia Geohegan, of West Point, spent Friday with her ister, Mrs. Steve liryaut, who is very ill e, Photo by American Press Association. Auld Lang Syne and My Old Kentucky Home were favorites. Weekly meets for public "sings" of the fine old folk songs and hymns would make for good cheer and sociability in any community. Mrs. James Holin, Mrs. Kirk and Mrs. Netherton served delightful home made candies during the social hour following the piogram Mrs. Board and Mrs. Chas. Hawes were hostesses at the social meeting i f the Methodist M'ssionary Society which met at Mrs. Halves' on Tuesday. An interesting chapter onjoung working girls from Mrs. Hacon's Heauty For De Ashes, was read and discussed. lightiul refreshments were served. Mrs George Woolfolk, of Chester, I'a., was a guest on the occasion. W. J. I'iggott, Jesse Payne and Hob Jordan motored to Hardinsburg Saturday afternoon for a Masonic meeting. JelT Adams, of the Masonic Home in Louisville, was present to help confer sing whistled. Probably teu or lifteen thousand have heard Cooper talk during the past few weeks. Possessed of an unusual amount of personal magnetism, Cooper seems to draw his crowds from all walks of life, and from everywhere In the Blue Grass section. During the course of a recent lecture he said: "Possibly the most prevalent and distressing condition known to we Americans is chronic catarrh of the mucous membranes. Catarrh of the stomach Is the most frequent cause of dyspepsia, and catarrhal conditions in the nose and throat lead to inevitable deafness. Show me a man whose hearing is affected and I will show you a man who Is suffering from catarrh. "Frequently, " continued the great student, "the lungs become diseased by the extension of catarrhal inflammation by way of the bronchial tubes to the lung- substance. "The mental and physical state of chronic catarrh sufferers Is, indeed, very unfortunate, and it Is really surprising to know what an immense number of people are suffering from this almost universal malady when they think something else Is wrong with them.'1 Cooper then enumerated the numerous symptoms of catarrh, such as an breath, constant sniflling. offensive discharges from the nose, droppings in tho throat, frequent sneezing, watery eyes, full head, headaches, I Muscle nnd Strength Giving Qualities One nound of flour costinc on mi nvernfo of 4c. will on as far as uvo pouncis 01 meat costing nuc to 2oe per pound, uraor snow Drift, Bob Vi lute or Extra Fancy flour from your grocer. inis win reauco tnc mgli cost or living. Sclf-llisin- Energy g rj Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., Hardinsburg. Ky. .4 IRVINGTON S Special Millinery Opening Thursday and Friday, March 1 8th and 1 9th Our display of the New Spring Millinery is an assembling of style, the magic maze of colors and the wonderful flowers. The School and Civic League held an open meeting at the school building on last Friday night. After the necessary busines:. was concluded, Mis. Hoard gave a report of the meeting of the Federated Clubs- for the Fourth Dison Thurstrict held at day. Mr. Kirk talked on vocational education. Mi.s Eliz i Piggott toltl the story ot the Three Weavers by Annie One feature of the Fellows Johuson. evening which met with hearty response was the singing of old songs by the entire uuuieuee. Those who could not degrees and dedicate the hall. Tnt men who motored down are tlior.mliiy convinced that Hreckenridge count) needs good roads, Jeff Adams, Superintendent Masonic Widows and Orphans Home, spent Saturday night with W. J. I'iggott. m Invigorating to the Pale mid Sickly The OH Standard cenerat strrnctlicnlnc tonic, OKO VIJ'S TASTKUiSS chill TONIC, drives out Maltrla.enriche the blood .andbutUls up the system. A true touic. For adults aud children. 50c GARFIELD. Mrs. Willie Jarred came down from Louisville Inst week to visit her mother, Mrs. Lina Horsley, and other relatives. James L. Johnson, who has beeti in Texas for the past year, is home again. Mr. Johnson says owing to the heavy rains in Texas but very little corn has been planted around Allen, Tex Dr. K. W. Meador, who has been visiting his sister, Miss Esther Meador, at Kussellville, was here Friday en route to his home in Custer. Little Miss Mildred Sandbach is sick. Mrs. Veruer Mattingly Is in Louisville this week. Mrs. Coral Hoard, who has been in Norton Infirmery, Louisville, for several weeks, came home Friday much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Richardson, win have been in Louisville for the past week, are home again Verner Mattingly is on the sick list. Lenniu Pate visited his grondmother, Mrs. Rosa Pate, near Clover Creek, last week. INTERESTING MILLINERY ..OPENING.. At Glen Dean depression of spirits, nervousness, unsound diges ion, lost appetite, and susceptibility to coughs and colds. Cooper then told how the faulty methods of living produce rheumatism How the and kidney complaints. body, when the organs falter or fail, lllls up with poisons generated by one's own system. He explained how Tanlac. the miraculous medicine, would combat these conditions, as it had done among the thousands of sull'erjrs In the East, as well as many hundreds in Lexington, who had already used the preparation, and found Tanlac an unfailing source of benellt. "Tanlac," he said, "builds up the constitution weakened by disease and mental and physical overwork, quickens convalsecence, and is a sound source of comfort to the aged and infirm." Tanlac Is sold in Cloverport by Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irvington by Irvlngton Pharmacy. NEW I TWO TRIMMERS Miss Rena Morgan Miss Eva Payne INVITATION TO ALL M Youtsler & Hottell THE WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION! FOR APRIL 1915 IS A HOME NUMBER Containing Articles as follows: What every house-keep- er Saturday, Apr. 3 AIRSHIP DESTROYERS to Attack British Building Machine German Zeppelins. buying New Spring Millinery. Her goods Chin-Chi- Mrs. J. T. Jones is in Louisville this week n will include the Sailor, Submarine Sailor, and the New Pokes, and a number of patterns. You are ,invited to see ::r:, C. L BEARD Life Dr. Jesse Baucum PernuweHt Telephone 56-- J them. Insurance and Real Estate BartUaafeBrg, KeatBCky (Special) British aeroLondon. planes aro now equipped with a new kind of bomb suspended from a wire. Running on a reel supplied with a length Indicator, this wire can bo left out a mile. When attacking a hostile Zeppelin or aeroplane the aviator circles until ho Is exactly abovo tho enemy. Ho attempts to drag his bomb across the hostllo craft and thus oxplodo It. There Is an Interesting report to the effect that many small rigid dirigibles are being built to make war on German airship. Thoy would play the lame part In the air that torpedo boat destroyers on the sea play. should do in April. Cheaper for two people to travel than one. How to be more certain of Life after Death. How to Teach a Little Girl to Dress Herself. Women's Spring Hats and Many Other Interesting Features Office with J. R. Eskridje, Attorney Dentist Cloverpsxt, Ky. Try a Want Ad Today.