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The Breckenridge news: March 24, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915032401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 24, 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 i CLOVERPORT, tleworth Edelen, t hu prominent stock man of Mercer county. Ky., and B. F. Beard, Jr., and Allen Murray Beard, the latter the young sons of the late Morris H. Beard, who was the older son of Mr. Beard. Mr. Bear.l refused to be lured from his successful business pursuits by political preferment, although, at times, he would consent to act as Chairman of was a delegate to KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24. 1915. 8 Pages No. 38 F CLAM B. F. DEATH and Beard, Merchant Best General Average of The Season 40,000 Pounds Sold; Quality Poor But General Average Proved to be the Best Sale Yet. -- HUNDREDS ATTEND THE EXAMINING TRIAL OE 8TANT GARNER Banker, Founder of the Mercantile Firm of B. F. Beard & the Democratic County Committee, and Co. and The Bank of Hardins-burg- , At Hardinsburg Before Judge Dowell, MondayStory of Garner's Shooting and Death of Mr. Henry is Told. The examining trial of Stant Garner, charged with killing J. I,. Henry, of Irvingtoti, was held nt Hardinsburg Monday before County Judge I). I). Dowell. II C. Murray, County Attorney, and Judge Henry Dellavrn Moorman, Commonwealth's Attorney, represented the Commonwealth, mid Claude Mercer and W. Sherman Hall represented the deyears old, bom in Grayson county and reared in llreckcnridge, near McDaniels, where he had spent most of his life. Said he had lived in Irvingtoti eight years and had known Mr. Henry that long. I shot Mr. Henry last Friday. Difficulty came up over some corn I sold him. Sold him 50 bushels; delivered all but bushels; 35 bushels nt one time, another. That was five weeks ago. Paid me for the 50 bushels. Told him I had plenty of com. Seemed to be in a good humor and satisfied. Traded my shop and was fixing to move and thought I had better deliver the rest of corn before I left. I filled five sacks, two for self and three for Henry. Told Jarrett to take corn to Henry and rest to my barn. Told Jarrett to weigh three bushels and deliver to Henry. There were three bushels and ten pounds. Jarrett took the corn to Henry, came back and said he was not satisfied with it, that I had better go and see him. Went to his home, saw him in family room and told him I understood he was not pleased with the corn. He said it was not good; lots of rotton corn in it. I told him I had more corn at the crib, I would shuck it and send to him. Said it was The late will of B. V. Beard was probated on the 22 instant, it was written entirely in the hand writing of Mr. Beard. The body of the will was written in 1S!)3, and he makes an equal division of his estate equally between his five children. It developed on Jan. 1, I914, by a codicile to his will in the hand writing of Mr. Beard. He deslg-nate- d the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co., the solo executive of his estate with unlimited authority to sell or dispose of Real and Personal Prop erty, and effectuate a division thereof Among his heirs at law as directed by his will this is, indeed, significant of the stability and sound managment of this Bank because within a period of nine weeks, after the death of M. II Beard, Mr. B. F. Beard provided for the executorship of his large estate) by the Bank. This is a tribute to thu married her and immediately embarked Bank and its managment that cannot upon his business career at Hardins-burbe over estimated. Little Child Burns. and ever afterwards resided there. First, M. H. Beard, in the prime of The thirteen year old child of Mr. life unhesitatingly conlided his entire His wife died in 18SI. Mr. Beard is survived by his children, C L. Beard, and Mrs. Lawrence (Jrutcher, of Pine estate to the managment of this Bank. P. M. Beard, M. U. Baard and Mrs. Bluff, Ky., fell into an open fire and And approximately a year and a half office hoiler. if he makes good, In Elizabeth Edelen, wife of Allen Shtit- - was burned to death. thereafter, B F. Beard bis father, un justice, merits a sai'ond term. My hesitatingly conlided his large estate life-laslice si, together with my into the keeping of the managment of record as Cieik of the Circuit Cdurt, However, it was bjt the entitles me, ns I think, to an endorsethis Bank expected because the Bank had crown ment at the (lands of my p.irty. 1 asfrom Its infancy to Immense propor sure you if nnmlnncid I will endeavor tlons, under the direct supervision of to secure Democratic success at the B. F. Beard and Morris H. Beard to poles In November, and f further the date of the latters death, and you, .should I rot be nominated, I since the latters death in 1913 the di- will endeavor tu en all I can towards rect supervision of the Bank has been contributing to the success of the under the joint supervision of Mr. Democratic at said election, as Beard and Paul Compton, the latter I have always done in the past. I am taking the place In its managment pre- grateful to the party for having elect Flour, as well as other mill products, are viously occupied by M. H. Beard. The ed me to this office nearly six years our prices are such advancing, but, Bank has sedately grown and a glance ago, and. I now ask your approval of at the condition of it on the date of the my official career by endorsing me lor you HONEY. they save death of Mr. M. H. Beard, and Its a second term. present condition discloses a continu Respectfully, L ICE WALLS. ous increase. Its policies, which have characterized the Bank from its Infancy are fixed and will be strictly death, when the full measure of the Pat. Flour per bbl $7.55 continued thereby, insuring sound, managment of its affairs as exercised Goldon Grain per bbl 7.15 safe, conservative managment and an by M. H. Beard, fell upon him, and Meal per bu .90 absolute Bafety to It many patrons. the patrons of the Bank are assured Try our NEW MIXED FEJ3D. It is far superior to Bran The Hoard of Directors 011 the 22nd that the future of the Bank is foretold and Shorts and only $32.00 per ton. instant, met and unanimously elected by the past, because the same business M. V. Heard to succeed II. I'. Heard, his regulations and policies which have Come and see us about FERTILIZER and Gil ASS SEED. father, as president, which means that made It to this day, to be continued in Our lino is "KWALITIV1 the bank will be conducted along the the future. same line, under the direct and active Mr. Marvin D, Heard, the newly elect management of M. D, Heard and Mr. Paul ed president, is the sole member of the Now Pliasi to Let Us Have Your Ordir, Cash With It Compt ju, its elllcient cashier, who has large mercantile firm of 11. V, Heard & been schooled for 18 years, in the man Co. after having become owner of it agment of this Bank under the direct about ten years ago, and under his direct supervision of the late President and muuagmeut, the firm has grown and exWe PAY the Freight lbs. or More Vice President, both deceased. Mr. panded until now it is one of the largest Compton's efficiency is shown stores in the State of Kentucky. His by the Bank of his steady promotion business success in the mercantile world under the eyes of B, F. Beard ami M. stamps Sir. M. O. Heard as a business II. Beard; to the caibitrehip of the man worthy of the highest courtesy and Bank In succession to M. H. Beard, insures the many patrons of the bank who at that time was made Vice Pres that Its present head is a man of busiMcQuady, Ky. ident, and the steady Increase In the ness parts which have been thoroughly Bank's atsetts since M. H. Beard's demonstrated. g, Democratic National Couvention lu Chicago which nominated Mr. Cleveland the las: time. Dies. The funer.il occurred Saturday at one o'clock p. m., and was attended by a large concourse of people representative FUNERAL HELD SATURDAY. of all creeds and walks in Hie. Plural tributes from home people and out of of 37 years, three town friends were elaborate and in At the ripe months ami nineteen days, B. F. Beard great numbers. quietly died on the morning of the loth The active pall bearers were: Carl day of March, 191s, at the residence of Richardson, Louisville; Coleman Has his ton, M. D. Beard, in Hardinsburg, well, Paul Comptou, Herbert Beard, Ky. His last illness covered a period Claude Mercer and Willis Green, of of nearly eight weeks. Until then ho Falls of Rough. The honorary pall pursued his usual daily routine of life, bearers were: Logan C. Murray, presiand was active in every particular. dent American National Bank, LouisMr. Beard was easily the most pro- ville; William Bridget, of the Pickett nounced business success of any person Tobacco Warehouse Co., Louisville; E. in this section of the State, which N at B. Robinson, of the tested by the large mernantile firm of Southern National Bank, Louisville; W. B. F. Beard & Co., one of the largest R. Henslev, of the L., H. & St. L. Ry retail stores, exclusive of some in the Co., Arthur Board, of Swann-Abralarge cities, and The Bank of Hardins Hat Co., Louisville; Dr. A. M. Kinch-eloburg & Trust Company, of which he J. B. Mattlngly, C. M. Heston, was the founder and president from Its John Alexander, Taylor Beard Matthias Inception in 1890 to his death, and Miller, lohn O'Reilley, Judge Mercer which is one of the strong financial and F. M. Peyton. banks of the State. Indeed, the large Funeral services wer: held at the M. cities alone afford larger business en- - E. Church, South, of which Mr. Beard rprises than he f junded and success- - had been a member for many years. ally conducted. The Rev. Mr. Johnson, the pastor, asAs a tobacconist he was one of the sisted' by Rev. J. W. Hughes, of Kings-wooextensive handlers of that product of reviewed the life of Mr. Beard, the entire State, but for the last several applicable to the texts chosen for the years he has devoted himself exclu- occasion, and his discourse was Impres sively to his banking business, and his sive, pertinent, eloquent and able. son, M. D. Beard, has successfully maintained and enlarged the mercanDeclares Ban On Cattle. tile business Every business enteruniformly prise he fathered has been Shelby county has declared a quaransuccessful because always conducted tine against all counties in which the along lines of sound, conservative busi- foot and mouth disease may develop. ness principles. Guards are stationed at the county line As a citizen, business man, father of and all highways to prevent the passage a family, member of his chosen church, of cattle, hogs and sheep. Absolutely his life was exemplary. honest, kind, courteous, considerate to Cottage Prayer Meetings. all he was esteemed by all. The Methodist women ore holding cotMr. Beard was born near Hardins- burg, Ky., on the first day of Decern tage prayer meetings every Friday in the rf, I827. At the age of twelve years interest of the series of services planned and his brother, G W. Beard, re to be held in the Methodist church at an cently deceased, were apprenticed to early date. Someone has said if people Morris Hensley, until twenty one years believed in prayer, the places of prayer of age, because he was left dependent meetings would be crowded. upon the death ot his parents. He served his apprenticeship and in 1817 Appreciation League. went to California along with the tide of emigrants drawn to the newly dis- . A man in Ohio county has founded covered gold fields. In 1860 he returned what he calls an "appreciation'' home on a visit, as he thought. While league. Its members agree to report here Margaret Hensley, daughter of employes who are courteous and ami Morris Hensley, to whom he had been able, and to watch more keenly for apprenticed, won his affections, ami hu virtues than for faults. the ae Prices $1.40 to $9.10. Bring us your tobacco; demand better and we are sure prices will be better. Next Sale Next Tuesday. March 30th BRECKENRIDGE LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO HOUSE fendant. The court house was filled to overflowing with people from nil over the county to hear the trial. Judge Howell called the case promptly at I o clock. The witnesses on both sides were called and sworn and repaired to the jury room to be consulted by the attorneys. In about an hour both sides announced ready for trial Mr. John Lyddati, of the deceased, was the first witness called, Mr. I.yddan said he was the first one to enter the barn loft nfter the shooting. Mr Henry had some pulse, hut did not speak He lived about two minutes after I got there. Saw no weajioii. He was lying on his back and a com knife near his feet. Did not see Garner, and knew nothing of the corn trade. Mr. Henry was So years old. Examined By Defense. Two escapes in barn stairway and window. Got about well for his age and weighed about 200 pounds. Corn knife shown tile witness, Said it was same knife he saw in ham. Said Mr. Henry Had been treated was tor swimming 111 the Head, bam prisoner could have gotten out of barn through hay rack. James Jarrett was the tiixt witness He said he hauled the corn to Henry's barn for Garner. Put corn in Henry's barn loft. Henry said the corn was not as good as he bought and would not accept it. Jarrett told Garner that Mr. Henry was not pleased with the corn. Gamer said he would take com back, and see him and make it good He shucked 2i bushels to send to Henry to replace bad corn, l'ete Dent hauled it to Mr Henry. Saw Garner with a pistol killing cats under his house. son-in-la- 2i 2jnt m Hardinsburg, BANK OF HARDINSBURG To Kentucky. the Democrats of Breckinridge County: e, I Nominated Sole Executor to the d, Large Estate of B F Beard by a Codicile In His Will Jan 1, 1914 MD BEARD ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE BANK I respectfully submit, for your favorable consideration and endorsement, my candidacy for the uuminatlon, by the Democrats, as their candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Breoklurldge county, which nomination will be determined at the primary election to be hr Id on August 7, igl5. I have served now nearly one term ;.s Circuit Clerk cf U- cckinrldgt: county and I feel assured H stating that my record as uierK entities me to an en dorsement at your hands as your candidate fjr a SHcar.d ttrm I: has long bean a custom will In the democratic partv. wh'ch now amounts to uracil caily a principle thereof, that an all right. I walked back to town, met H. Tiuius asked him to go back to house with me and get something to eat and get butter. Got to house, found cats in there, so we set in to get cats out. Crippled one cat with poker and it ran out of house under the floor. I told Tiuius to get gun out of drawer. I shot twice under the floor. Killed cat witli stick. Jarrett came to water stock; went to barn with him; told Herbert to lock doors. When I went back to house found doors locked. Could not put pistol away and dropped it in my pocket. I went on to town and came up with Tiuius. Told him I had to send Mr. Henry some corn, that he was not pleased with what I sent him; that I had better take it to him and get him pleased Went to corn crib, picked com and asked Jim Jarrett to take it to Henry. I decided I would go along with him. At top of hill I got out, went to his back door and told him corn was at barn. Went to barn; he got up in loft and said: "Garner you have delivered com, it is not right and you are not said, I don't see 'rJ"'K " "o right. " why, I have offered to do all I can to "'"ke it right. I saw he was growing angry and stepped back from him. He said, I'll cut your d head off, and raised his knife. I ran back three steps nud put my hand in my pocket and told him not to come 011 me with that knife. I took my hand out of my pocket. He said, Garner, you are a d s b., and rushed 011 me with knife drawn. I raised my gun and fired, and he fell back. I passed down stairway out of barn. I told Mr. Dent to go back and see him. Was in hopes I had not hurt hint. I then hurried down town for a doctor and told Dr. l'arks, Albert Marshall, Dr. Taylor and N'eafus what I had done and asked them to go out there. Mr. Garner said he had never had any trouble with Mr. Henry; that he liked him; that he did not intend to shoot him but could not help it. Said he had no chance to get out of his way; that he had to do what he did to save himself. This closed the testimony for defendant save a few witnesses who were introduced to establish the character of the defendant. Judge Dowell took the case under advisement and rendered his decision Tuesday morning dismissing the case. 1 11 J Pete Dent on the Stand. Saw Garner Friday. Hauled corn from shop to Henry's stable. Got off wagon at top of hill, took com to Henry's bam He was in loft. Garner got in wagon then in barn loft. Garner asked Henrv it he picked rotton corn out. Henry then asked Garner if it was merchant-- . able com; that he wanted it sound. Dis- -' puting over the com Henry said, "I'll Then the witness cut your throat." left; turned corner of bam when he heard pistol shot. Garner met him at gate and said he believed he had killed the old man. I did not see Gamer with pistol. J. B. flerndon. Saw Henry soon after he was shot. Found him in barn loft shot in corner of mouth with pistol. Had pulse when I got there; lived two minutes; was unconscious. Gamer told me he had shut Mr, Henry. He was coming at me with corn knife. Found knife near Henry's feet. Dr. Parks examined wound. Tim Our W anting Is Coming True at that, as-su- By Mercer. Saw corn knife by his body. Known Mr. Henry from childhood. High strung man and vindictive when angry. Dr. W. B. Taylor said he saw Mr. Henry soon after his death. Shot entered jaw bone; lived three or four minutes. No jiowder burns Said Gamer told him that 011 his face. he had shot Mr. Henry and wanted him to go and see what he could do for him. that LOOK THEM OVER Commonwealth Closed Here Stant Garner testified that he was 41 Double Tragedy. Joseph Skain, joint owner with his brother, former Mayor John Skain, of the Phoenix Hotel nt Lexington, was shot and killed by his engineer, Ellas Walden, Thursday. Walden then shot nud killed himself. The double tragedy occurred in the hotel and was brought about by the suspension of Walden from his position by Skain. It is said they were the best of friends and that Wal den was drinking, Whiskey is good ut making criminals. Big Blaze at Henderson, The busiuess district of Henderson was threatened with destruction when fire broke out In Leob Co.'s store. Two fire companies worked for several hours before the flames were subdued. The loss on stock and building is about $30,000. Clock 125 Years Old. and J. A. Beazley, of Lancaster, Ky., are the possessors of a grandfather clock that Is said tu be 12j years old. It still keeps good time. Kd Morrow or 400 McQUADY MILLING COMPANY Sales By Beard. Mrs. Taylor B. Beard has sold $102 Carrying 000 tons of relief supplies worth of Mammoth Bronze turkeys. for the starving Jews of Palestine, the Thos. Beard sold to Dr, E, C. Mc- United States collier, Vulcan, sailed, Donald a Jersey cow for tjO, last Sunday, Relief For Jews. 1 I wv w AWx:m & SPRING GOODS Friday and Saturday, Mar. 26 and 11 BIG DISPLAY OF ? pal O T 0 o D every department of this store stocks are replete with the choicest and most select showing of Spring Goods it has been our pleasure to offer you. This opening marks one of the most important events on the calendar of our business, for the various lines of merchandise represent the advance styles that will be most popular during the coming season. A visit to the leading markets enabled us to procure from prominent manufacturers their choicest offerings, which are now assembled throughout every section of our store, affording you a wide range of f ?n the newest goods from which to make your selections. Come in during this opening and examine the new and beautiful new lines of goods displayed 41 profitable as well as pleasant, we have marked special opening prices on many lines. in our store. To make your visit H ROUGH OUT Dress Goods la this department and up-t- Gents' Furnishings Every article in this department minute in both style and quality. is Is all the latest date dress goods, such as Silk Crepes, In plain and fancy em M OC broldercd for waists and right up to the Dresses, prices 2.")c to 4) I. A J Cotton Crepe, also figured, priced laXc to in plain and Arrow Collars 15c, 2 for 25c tdl 9Rl The Madras, Marbly, Standish and LaSalle are leading styles. Silk and Cotton Poplin, all new shades of Sand, London Smoke and tf 1 ff IJeleian Blue, priced 25c and 4 I.UU Series and all kinds of Fancy Materials for dresses Silk Mulls, in mercerized and fancies, also the shades, Cfln JUO priced 25 and : Soft Neglige Shirts $1.00 to $1.50 In many fancy and plain patterns that appeal to the tastv. Fancy Ties 35c to 75c Polkadot, Stripe, Old Rose, Lavander, Belgian Blue, Green and Blue Brocade, all leading styles and colors. Cfln Plain and Fancy Voiles. JUu prices 25c and Irish linon, India Linon, Voiles. VVnite walstlngs and every kind of soft fabrics. Curtain uoods and Scrim, In many fancy designs, Cfln UUO priced Vitfc to Table Damask, white and colored, In Panzy, Hllttercup, Rose. Cloverleaf and Carnation Descries, priced Clothing Clothing of the highest grade. Don't be buncoed by the other fellow's trick. Buy your clothing where 0, you can see what you are getting, and that is backed o by a firm that depends solely upon your patronage and 0 who could not afford to bunco you. We are offering the latest novelty Plaids, Stripe, Invisible Plaids and Serges in the latest and styles and weaves and cuts that will wear and make you dressy. up-to-d- ate The Famous Swan Hats $1.00 In the Stetson Block, Raw Welt edge Brim and are the .latest creations known; The Felton, Ivory Notion Department Is Ijrlm-ntln- g Our Keith, Climax, Vulcan and Blackstone are lull ol nice Belts, Neckright in the front for only wear, TIpperrary Veils, Gloves and all kinds ol Toilet Articles. The Dainty, Decoe, Blackstif? are the latest for Ready-to-weDresses lor Women and Children In Plaids Many shapes in the fancy Straw Hats, high blocks, and other Colors. with narrow brims, wide fancv bands in all colors, also soft brim beach hats. To see them is to want them. A big assortment of to .vols towllng. and ar I $2.50 $1.50 PRICED S8.50 TO $25.00 Underwear Department Ladies' Underwear y Shoe Bargains Do not fail to visit Prices are right. this department and see liih-i'las- s line of tiolibv footwear we are sliowinj;, embracing the most comprehensive assortment and represent the correct styles that will lie most popular this season the Hosiery Department Men's Hose in Fancy Lisle and Silk and of the quality that will give you your money's worth in wear. Priced from 10c to 50c Ladies' Hose of the style and quality to meet the approval of the most particular uses. Priced 15c to 75c. mm Ladies' Society and Mayilower, patent aml'in metal Colonial Pumps, l'aney brocad S4.00 x to ed lops; priced Irom Ladies'Knit Unions and Separate Piece Suits and Muslin Garments Priced Q o 0 Ladies1 Greatest and Star Value, in (TO Cf JU lliitton Lace ami I'limps for i.(oto Men's I'ilKrim and I'luck. in Russia Calf and ('nil Metal and HiiKlih Style; priced It A Efl 4)4. J U from f.V5o to Nut Ciucker and Pace Maker, in Kid and ('mi Metal; priced from TQ Cfl 4d.uU f j..vi to j$3. 4. tA VgiWiy1 'VJ ' ftlf' .rx. 25c to When it Comes to MILLINERY Misses' and Children's $1.00 Men's Underwear Star Value and Foot lture, Priced from Cu- We have certainly got the goods. New, Men's Balbriggan and Porus-Kni- t, Nifty Shapes that will be all the go this Curitl 1114 for comjfj 75c to $2.00 fort and wear. Priced 50c to $1.00 up-to-date We are in this business to stay and it's to our interest to offer to you goods up to the standard in style and quality and that is what we are doing in this opening, It matters not if you do not buy a penny's worth that day, but we want you here, that we may prove our claims and convince you mat you uo not nave to go to tne city or send your money away trom home to get the latest and merchandise. We Have It A Satisfied Customer is our Best Advertisement B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky FIVE THOUSAND Extracts From The Letter Of R. T. Exshaw, Expert Motor Cyclist In The European War. ' Paul Lewis, of tills city, received from T. Uxshaw n detailed letter of the Uuronean War. Mr. Lewis permits the Mr use of several interesting extracts ISxshaw wrote from 1'yrford Lodge West By fleet, Surrey, Unhand, March M Exhibited Watch Drives Officers' Car. that COOPER Valued at Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? I $3,500 Given Him by Grateful Father. AT THE OLD RELIABLE I. low "Dear Lewis: I would have liked to have written to you before this, but I have I came back been too ill to hold a pen, from the front iust after Christmas down with fever very badly and have been six weeks in bed. I am now Betting well and strong again and am going back in two weeks' time, and I must say that I am very glad too. I was very sorry when I got struck down and had to leave, as the fun was then getting thick and it was fine, in n way, to be out there. I did not expect at first that I would get well enough so soon and 1 was fretting for fear I should not go back, but my strong constitution and good care pulled me round quick. You asked me what I was doinir out there. Well, old man, I gust wenf out on the third day of the 7 as n motor cyclist scout and despatch rider. You may not know that I am an expert motor cyclist and motor car driver. I was in llelguim from the first, saw the great battles of Char.eroi, Mons and Thuiu. war-Au- Wonderful French duns. The French 75' guns are wonderful also ami no work can describe their extraordinary work. You only have to point them twice and after that they will send shell after shell for a week on the same target. I saw a wood early in November. It was a thick one with plenty of old trees. The Germans were in it and our gunners soon had the range to a When I saw that wood three nicety. days afterwards there was not a tree standing in it. If you saw thrir wounded, you would run away as the sight of a good many of them is undescribable. awful Our sharpnell is something Theirs is bad enough, but ours is far ''worse, and we often came across scores of them with a side or a leg or an arm blown away; and I have seen several who had over 50 wounds and they were still alive and asking to be finished off. There was a man ' who was picked up with over 90 wounds and he is doing well. During the famous retreat, I had to do n terrible lot of work and I rode my motor bike two days and two nights with only three hours' rest. At the beginning of the second night I was so tired that I fell off the machine on the road. The next day I wheeled my machine to the kerb and laid mys.-l-f down on some straw and sacks and thought I would get some gqod rest. After only four hours' rest I was sent out with desI'rom that time I never saw patches. my moter bike any more, for on that evening I was informed that I was to drive a car. I was given a huge So r and had to drive stall officers from one place to another. War flay End Next Autumn. I can't tell you, of course, how long it will last, but I think the war will be over before next autumn. Don't think I am exaggerating; I have seen enough with my own eyes. Now, I have only one thing more to tell you. Wait for the day of reckoning and see. The whole of old litiropc is having a fine dust-unow. You had better come over and have a look at the fun. Remember me to all the good people I used to know down your way and tell them that I am still alive. When this war is over and I take a trip to America, I will run down to Cloverport and go and see you. The first day I was out at the front, I did not like the looks, of the big shells and used to lie flat whenever I saw one coming, but one soon gets used to them and after a few days one treats them with contempt, ami one goes to sleep while they are bursting all over the place. Kind regards to Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Duncan, Miss Ray, Mr. llabbaue. the lawyer, Mr. Harry, Dr. Lightfoot and Dr. Simons and all the others whose names I can't think of at the present moment. Trusting that this will find j 011 in the very best of health. Your sincerely, R. T. 15XSHAW. I forgot to say that the noise of the ICuough big guns is simply deafening to wake up the dead. The country all long the trout is awful. Ruined for 1 hose shells make holes about 6 years to 10 feet deep and about 30 feet in cir cumference. horse-powep Splendid Work of Colored Schools. Upon the invitation of Superintendent Geo. W. Adams, of the Colored School of this city, we attended Mon day a display of the work done there during the term just finished. The sehool It divided into eight grades, the following teachers: 1st, Mrs Susie Brown; 2nd., Miss Anna Mae Hall; 3rd., Miss Amy Hall; 4th.. Miss Mary Tucker; 5th., Miss Dota Mae Douthttt; 6th., Miss Laura 7th , Mrs Elizabeth Cross; 8th., Prof. Geo. M. Adams. The industrial department is in charge of Prof Adams' wife, who has worked the past term without compensation on account of the great love for and interest she has in her race and the progress the Tfiere pupils have made Is splendid. Lexington, March 33.-- 11 is estimated five thousand Lexington people heard L. T. Cooper, the man who created such widespread attention in the IJnst, one evening recent y Cooper explained to the vast crowd his theories on health and hygiene, accompanied by a unique demonstration of his celebrated preparation Tanlac, which he is ersonally introducing in the larger American cities. In connection with his visit to Kentucky, Cooper said; "I shall remain in Kentucky for only a short time. However, I shall give the people of this section of the country the same benefits of my study mid my medicine that I have given the multitudes of New York, win re I have been busy during the past year helping the hundreds and thousands of suffering humans in that great cities. "While here 1 will prove to every one how easy it is to guard against the in roads of ill health by guarding your health as carefulL as you do some other features of your daily lives "Catarrhal affections of the head. nose, throat and stomach, ns well as the kidneys, produce a sttifTed-itcondition of the vital organs, and nine times out of ten tills trotib e is responsible for most of the of we present day Americans. Faulty methods of living are back of this all, but it is never too late to correct our faults. "Tanlac, the wonderful medicine that I am introducing to correct this condition, I believe to be the best thing of the kind on the American market today. This fact has been proven throughout the great Kastern cities, as well as right here in Lexington, where hundreds of people are already realizing the surpris ing results from its use. "They all testify that Tanlac has a peculiarly grateful effect, seems to go right to the desired spot, warms up the entire system, and gives great strength and development where it is most neededcorrecting all of the ills and weak nesses which come from years of misuse of the vital and digestive organs " Cooper then exhibited a handsomely engraved gold watch, studded with perfectly cut diamonds, which is valued at $3,500, that was given to him as a token of appreciation by a is also a domestic science department prominent jeweler, whose son was re In charge of Mrs. Emily R. Butler lieved by Tanlac. The celebrated Tanlac is sold exclu While cramped fur room this depart ment has done fine work, there were sively in Cloverport by Wedding's Drug cakes, candies, salads, preserves, Store, and in Irvington by Irvington forty-seven Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. The oat market SEED OATS is 2 going higher every day keeping company with wheat. have bought a limited amount early. Offer good prices We We keep the No. Northern White Oats in new, even weight, 5 hu., branded bags Alfalfa Horse and Mule Feed and Sucrene for cows Cheapest feed you can feed now BUY NOW! Hay, Oats, Corn, Cotton Seed Aleal, Bran, in fact Anything in The ):eed Line, Coal and Brick Ask us for Prices and Vtu will Save Money. Office Depot. Cnnib. I'lionc HEST0N, WHITW0RTH & CO., : : Hardinsburg, Ky. Claycomb & Kendall's Annual Bargain Sale It will pay you to read this advertisement. All "'th Ow-ing- s; beaten biscuit, bread, etc., displayed The work of this department should be encouraged. The work of the school has been done under difficulties as they have no tools In the industrial department and the pupils are compelled to furnish everything themselves in the domestic science department as well. This works a hardship on them and the white people who are interested in the advancement of the colored race should make contributions to these depart ments. Some of the needle work was es pecially good and the d drawing of one pupil, a boy sixteen .years of age, was excellent. Considering the opportunities they have had the work Pharmacy. of the entire school Is remarkable. rrot. Adams has been here but one term, having moved here from Green dale, where be was Superintendent of the Kentucky School of Reform and the work he has accomplished shows his selection to have been a wise one. Prof. Adams hopes to raise funds to continue the school for at least anoth er month and also has plans to build a chapel for the school and In this worthy work he should be helped and encouraged by everyone. Mt. Sterling Advocate. Cloverport friends, both colored and white, are proud of the two splendid workers that have gone from this town. Mrs. John I). Babbage has re ceived from the industrial department of the Mt Sterling Colored School a luncheon set which was made by the girls under the direction of Edith Adams. It is wonderful needle-worand will be exhibited and used with a great deal of interest. The colored people of Cloverport should endeavor to Install an industrial k 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. Simpson's Calico 5c 15c Percale 12c 9c Apron Gingham 7ic 12c Dress Gingham 10c All Fall and Winter Dress Goods go at Enamelware. Great Bargains in Gray linamelware. 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 14 Quart Dish Pan .. 19c 8 Quart Dish Pan 10c BLACK KNIGHT! Hoosier Cotton 4ic Bleach Cotton, best .... 8Jc Children's Underwear, per garment- - 10c department and domestic science department in their school. Hoth would be a great help to their boys and girls. How To Give Quinine To Children. Improved Quiniue. It is a Taitelcss Syrup, plem. ant to take and does not disturb the stomach. Children take it and never know It Is Qulnin:. FRHRII.INK Is the trade-mur- reduced prices. name clven to on Also especially adapted to adults who caun it take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor cause nervoumess nor ringing in the heod. Try it the next time you need Quinine (or any purpose. Ask lor original package. The name is blown iu bottle, ii cents. We have American Wire Fence for salethe best on the market. Oliver 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 nillinery Goods for the ladies. We also have a HARDWARE. HILL ITEMS, Vou will find the uphill road Is hard to travel, but it is the only one that rises. Loyal American. CLAYCOMB & KENDALL, on the hill, as the time was employed in making improvements at home, which otherwise would not nave been, Mrs. Harvey Wilson and son are visiting her mother, Mrs. Steve Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons moved Into the Jack Smiley house Monday. Webster, Ky. Dr, R. P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon -- Black Knight, registery No. 20,111, is a big black Jack, white points, 15J hands high, big bone and foot. He is one of the famous Kentucky mammoth Jacks. Plenty of colts to show. Tho above Jack will mako the present season at my farm 2 miles east of Stophcnsport and Union Star Roud, and will bo permitted to rvo marcs ut $8.00. bucli season duo when colt is foaled or when ire is parted with. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Not gjfrponsiblo in case of accident. A. V. WHITW0RTH, Owner Mr. James Seaton and Mrs, Seaton with son, M. D., sper.t Sunday week In Mr. McCracken has been traveling Hardinsburg with Mr. and Mrs. Silas agent for some time for Peasley Miller. Gaulbert Co., but has changed firms. Emmet Edmonson returned to work Mrs. Peyton Scott entertained last last Saturday, after being at home two Thursday on the anniversary of Mr. days with an attack of grippe. Scott's birthday. A surprise birthday Iliram Moorman moved one day last party was also given to Mrs. Scott on week from Jake Miller's house Into Tuesday and a delightful time was reported. Wick Dellaven's property. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons and The Bady brothers, from the country, ground from Joe Mullen Mre. Randolph Gist were guests at the have rented and moved into the house vacated by home of Mrs. Joe Simmons last Saturday. Harlan Dunn. Will McCrackeu spent several days The lay off day at the shops Saturof last week at borne with bit family. day wa not lost by some of the men Office Trent & Walls' Livery Stable Prepared to Treat all Animal Diseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours and Y. J. Cheek, svnodleal superintendent, will hold services at the Presbyterian church next Saturday night, after which there will be a congregational meeting. K The Rev. E. Reeves DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M.D. Hardinsburg, Ky. "t ..auaw tofeo'' . it iil " "frr1" , 1" "if ' "if j LLiiiiiiCil THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JMU. D. OAUbAtiii. IRVINGTON NEWS AND DAILY EVENTS IRVINGTON SUFFERS GET-RICH-QU- CK SPECULATION Editor and Publisher i"icd CLOVERPORT, ifivery Wcdnesduy. MARCH JjREAT SHOCK KY., WEDNESDAY, 24, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. McGlothlan and Son to Open J. L. Henry and Stanley Garner Have Trouble Which Resulted Hardware Store Four Hun in the Death of Mr. Henry dred Flower Bulbs Given to School Children for Campus. Friday. FM WAS HE "PRUDENTMAN'Zjmgk A'' mmm mm BUSINESS LOCALS lOo per line, nnd 5c for each ndditiona FUNERAL WAS HELD SUNDAY SOCIAL AND OTHERWISE. insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of Irvington, March 22, (Special.) Mr. and Mrs Alvln Withers, of 10 cents per line. Kirk, have been t'uetts of Mr. and The citizens of our town were OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money .Mrs. Tom Illy he. on last Friday afternoon to in advance. from learn of the untimely death of J. L. K. I. Lyons has returned Henry, a highly respected citizen, who Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso Adnlrville. met death at the hands of Stanley Garto my notify us. You are cordially invited ner, a young man of high Handing. awe-strick- STEADY INTEREST IN LIVE STOCK. "Feeders report low prices owing to foreign wars and foot nnd mouth disease, hut they arc in tho, hmincss to stay," wrote Mr Lyddan in his notes about cattle day at Webster. This seems to bo true of all the livo stock dealers in Breckenridge county and thure interest is stable, if not lively. In fact, the business is constantly increasing among the farmers. They aro paying more attention than over before to feeding beef cattle, sheep raising, mnrketing hogs, shipping cattle and dealing in hordes and mules. A considerable amount of money is being involved and several of our farmers are financing cattle feeding on a lariic scale. A lot of cattle from this county has found its va to the St. Louis market, while mot of it is taken to Louisville. The live stock business, surely, is profitable nnd the men who are now engaged in it arc not only attaining financial success for themselves, but they are doing much toward bettering the live stock on our farms. They are raising what the people want and the market, demands. This assures the permanency of the live stock business and pure bred stock in Breckenridge county. GOOD ROADS FIRST. "We wand you to boo-- t good roads," said an Irvington citizen. "The liit work that will be done will be on the IlardinsbutM and Cloverport pike, then we will get a shorter road from Ilardinsburg to Irvington, from there to Bewlcyvillc and Big Spring, thence to Elizubethtown where we will meet tne public highway again. I want to get an automobile and enjoy life in the country." If Mr. Ford wants to sell a number of automobiles in Breckenridge county, lie should come and forward the good roads movement here. Many and Mrs. K. 11. .V.cGlothlan. would buy automobiles if the roads were improved, at least, ten Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain has miles at a stretch. Good roads must come before automobiles, and purchased the home of Kd Luster on some, who arc able to buy the machines arc going to contribute cash, Walnut street. My prices and styles always please labor and teams for improving the roads This shows that they really want good roads when they arc willing to share the cost of you. Mrs. M. P. Payne. Mrs. A. B. Suter. of YVorthville, them. May they get both, good roads and tho machine?. Good arrived Tuesday to visit hsr parents, first and all that's good will follow them. roads The Bank of Ilardinsburg and Trust Company recently distrib to their patrons and future patrons, uted splendid little pocket-book- s styles that appealed to tho men and to tho women. Tho bank that Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. Sherman Ball, Paul Compton, Irve and Arthur Richardson, Herbert Beard motored from Hardinsburg Sunday to attend the funeral of J. L, Easter millinery opening Friday and Saturday, this week. Mrs. N. P. Payne. Miss Mary Nevltt Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Akers, Ilardinsburg. Mrs. J. T. Johnson was In the city Tuesday. Miss Julia Lyons, of Louisville, with her parents, spent the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyons. McGlothlan & Son will open up a hardware store In the property recent- y vacated by Jordan & Compton. Mrs. iiettle McCall and Mrs. Edwin Joily, of Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Hendricks. Smart spring millinery from Louis ville and Chicago. Mrs. Payne. In spite of inclement weather Thurs day and Friday were gala days for the ladles of nur town, having been In vited to the millinery opening of Youtsleric Hottell. The chin chin, shepherd and submarine sailors were beautiful made up In barn yard straw, and cherry colors The dress hats of ace and net with inset trimming were ovely. Mrs. Ilottcll says it pays to advertise. Mrs. J. C. Younger and Kudora Younger, of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Drury and daughter, of Vl,ie Grove, have been the guests of Mr. They had met In the barn loft of J, L, Henry to make a settlement for a corn deal, when hasty words were spoken and Mr. Garner shot Mr. Henry killing him Instantly. The latter was eighty years old. The townspeople are In sympathy with all concerned, Mr. Henry's wife, who Is seventy-fiv- e years old, was prostrated with the news. Mr. Garner's young wife and baby were at the home of his parents near town. On account of the illness of Mr. Garner's mother she has not been notified. Mr. Henry leaves a wife, four daugh ters and one son. besides numerous rel atives and friends to mourn his loss. The funeral of Mr. Henry was con ducted by Rev. Rodgers at the Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, after which the remains were turned over to the Masons, n band of which he was n staunch member. The services were concluded nt Cedar Hill cemetery where his remains were interred. The floral gifts were beautiful. The community at large extend deep est sympathy to all concerned in the untimely death of this honorable and beloved citizen. Dave Henry, of Chat tanooga, arrived Saturday morniDg to attend the funeral of his father. No wonder this man is discouraged! He thought he could make a fortune quickly. He believed some oily tongued rascal; he sent his money avay; he LOST IT. Would it not have been better for him had he kept his money SAFE in our bank and let it PILE UP until he had enough to buy something right here at home he' could watch himself? He would have helped the community and increased the value of HIS property. Total Resources including Trust Investments S600.000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. for spring. Tho Fordsville 1'Ianing Mill Company is right on the job, Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly advertising and going for tho orders that are arising daily for tho The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, lumber companies. Several residences in this city are undergoing GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria. enriches the blood .andbuildsupthesyt. tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. SOc improvements. Henry. For your sprlne preparations, read Beard's Big ad. Mr. Cbas. Blanford, of Bewleyville, was the week-enguest of W. J. Piggott. bank-booThe time for a municipal clean up is nearly ripe. Are the town boards getting ready? Clean up, cut away rubbish and garbage, make arrangeNotwithstanding the cry of hard times, people aro keeping right ments with the town boards to collect on with building homes or improving what they have. A number of garbage regularly through the months small farm houses arc going up over tho county and residence re to come and take note of the amount pairing and painting is opening up with optimistic prospects this of disease that will be provented. house-keeperk encourages the accounts of mothers, sisters and young is not only increasing its own business, but is stimulating a most helpful system in the homes of our people. Well financed homes will bring prosperity. Every woman should have her own bank ac When pay count, it is not safe to tie monoy up in a handkerchief. ing a bill by check, tho check itself is a receipt and too, a shows at a glance what has been deposited and amount checked out. Only takes a dollar to start a bank account, begin toda'. Phelps button factory in this city is tunning this week after be the Directory. RESOLUTIONS. ing idle for several months. Tho now fashions arc employing so many buttons, one is not surprised that prosperity has returned to Whereas, On the 19th day of March, tho button cutters. A. D., lols. B. F. Beard departed this When you get a chance, assist thoso at homo who cook and wash dishes. Not so much your help, but it is youi good company which they 0.11J03 . Benjamin Franklin says: "None know the unfortunate, and the fortunate do not know themselves." munity in which he has spent his long life of its foremost citizen, esteemed by all, public spirited, whose daily life was uniform and provided and example typifying in one life the Christian gen tleman, the honorable, efficient business man, whose absence can not be com pensated for in his church, social, fain ily and business life. Be it further Resolved, That we ex tend to the children and grandchildren of the deceased our deepest sympathy, in this great sorrow, but which shculd be ameliorated by the knowledge that their father and grandfather lived and died a Christian gentleman to the unusual age of 87 years, honored and esteemed by his fellow citizens, leaving his Imprint upon thesocial and business fabric of the county to an unprecedented extent, and as a heritage to each of them, greater than the wealth he left, that of a life which if emulated secures to each of them the esteem of his fellow man with its attendant successes. Be it further Resolved, That these articles of resolution be placed among the archieves of the bank and a copy of them sent to his children and to the widow and children of his deceased son, Morris H. Beard, and that they be published in the Breckenridge News and Record Press. Done at the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company's place of business, in Hardinsburg, Ky., on the 22d day of March, 101s, by the unanimous vote of I full SS filll gFor Sale!g m .m jj ?Kl 10 frpsfl millf .stock Jerseys. rnwc rarf rr t--h 20 more freshen. to Cash or bankable note or will trade for other stock. Guaranteed as represented. Write your wants. BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. IWSi 1 SAVE OVER ONE-HA- LF OF YOUR GAS BILL By Installing l S "A New Gas Range" Now on display at Store Room next door to Breckenridge News Office CLOVERPORT GAS CO., Cloverport, Ky. I DR. BUCK ADKISSON Dentist and County-Fun- Norton, A. J. Keys, James Khodesand Dies at Lodiburg Noah Sanders. "It's well with me, brothers, my sor rows all o'er. The grave will restoro me at the great Known all Over the eral Held Wednesday. juugmeni nour; Then rising, we'll meet at the trumpet's glad sound. While the song of redemption shall loudly resound. Oh, grieve not, dear sister, for the prize, press on Special Uodiburi;, March Ua. Dr. S. B. AdkUsun, who lias been in Through allllctions of earth to a home in the skies; had health quite a wlillu with a com plication of diseases, departed this life Then leave them beneath, thy atfectlon above, last Tuesday, March HI, at 7 o'clock uu me iiome or tny brother In man p. m. The burial was In the Walnut sions above." Fuu-erOne Who Knew Him. Grove cemetery on Wednesday. services were conducted by C. H. A Specific Against Colds. Henderson. He leaves two brothers, Andy and Sam Adkisson, and nne sis''If tlieie is such a thing as a specific ter, Miss Mollle, to mourn their loss. against colds, It Is to be found In the ''liuck,'' as he was familiarly called, sleeping porch or the open bed room. was about 00 years of age. He joined Next to that comes the cold sponge the Ilaptlst church about .l'J years ayo. bath in the morning," says the Youths lie was a man who will b: sadly Companion. He as careful as you can missed. Ills heart always melted you will occasionally take cold and with sympathy when he saw others in when you do you will find Chamberdistress. As a dentist, he was pros- lain's Cough Remedy a great help In perous and progressive; as a merchant, enabling you to get rid of it. Try it. he was enterprising and successful; as Obtainable everywhere. a man, honest and straightforward; al as a neighbor, kind-heart- and gen- erous; as a Christian gentleman, faithThe new city directory of Louisville ful to the end. The pall bearers were: gives a population of $26:1,256, an InW. N. Head, B. F, Hardin, II. II. crease of U,46!i in a year. Louisville's Population. M. D. Beard, Willis Green, C. V. Robertson, A. M. Kincheloe, life, after an illness of about eight Paul Compton. weeks, in the fullness of the unusual age of 87 years, three months and nine- Directors of the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company, teen days, having been born on the first day of December, 1827, near HardinsFor baby's croup, Willie's daily cuts burg, Ky., leaving as monuments of his and bruises, mamma's sore throat, industry, business acumen and unpre- Grandma's lameness. Dr. Thomas's cedented commercial success in the Eclectic .Oil the household remedy history of his native county, the mer 2sc and 50c. cantile business of U. F. Beard & Co., Undergoes Operation. and the banking business conducted by The Bank ,of Hardinsburg & Trust Mrs. Nancy Ferry underwent a critical Company. The deceased was the foun operation at Norton's infirmary last der and President of The Bank of Har- Thursday. Her devoted .friends in dinsburg & Trust Company from its or Cloverport were relieved to learn that ganization in 1890 to his death. The she stood the operation splendidly and confidence of the people in the business will soon be able to be taken to the home integrity and ability of the deceased, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred I'erry at3i4 Wood- which was manifested by the immediate lime Avenue, Louisville, patronage extended to the bank in its Plenty of Work. ginning, and which has uninter ruptedly continued and increased has About six miles of brick streets will placed the bank in the category of one be conxtructed at Maysville,. Ky. The of the strong banking institutions of government dam at the east end of the city will also be under way In all the State. there will be work for 3,000 men at Be it therefore Resolved, By the good wages. Board of Directors of The Bank of liar dinsburg & Trust Company, In meeting Found Dead in Shallow Water. assembled, that in the death of B. F. Richard Purvcar, a wealthy farmer Beard, the founder and president of the residing near Morganfield, was drowned Dank, it nas sustained tne loss ot a in a ditch or creek on his farm. He most efficient, honorable und loyal of had an engagement to meet the county burveyor In regard to some ditching. ficer, but who 1ms left as a heritage the His failing to show up led to a search, fixed policies of the bank which have und he was discovered dead in three feet of water. for twenty-fiv- e yeurs, been in operation and which will be strictly adhered to in Able to be Out Again. the future conduct of the bank, thereby securing to the bank and Its patrons the R, L. Oelze, who has been ill for a uniform measure of safety and success week at his home is now able to be at which has characterized its history his drug store. Mr. Oelze fell at the since its organization. cemetery the day after his father was Be it further Resolved, That the buried and was ill from the injuries re death of B. F, Beard deprives the com- - ceived. Excursion Rates to Louisville ACCOUNT OF "Kentucky Educational Association" Dates of Sale: April 20, 21 and 22. Return limit April 27, 1915. Fare From Cloverport to Louisville, Round Trip $2.50 Mrs. V. B. MA TTINGL Y will open a complete MILLINERY PARLOR at the , Garfield Hotel, Garfield, Ky. Mrs. Muttingly is in Louisville buying a lurge and o line of Spring and Summer bats. Announcement will bo made noxt week of hand-soni- A Special Opening Day of some Beautiful Patterns and Ready-to-Wea- r Hats fltfo Brvckafi ridge News. WimNHKriAV. MAR. a i. i t- 2.1. 19115 t -4 as necoDu ciasi miuier. tMlS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ni.. Fresh Cakes iMangRewnm For Teas, Parties, ' NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS " Luncheons, Suppers, and Dinners, TO BE USED IN Paper Hanging And it -I- W csl r t s . JM I (Note Advrrtlrfi plrii.it notify ihr odltor IIHII, u. ICII JUII 11,111 'I'l.ll . READY FOR EASTER! Here You Are Boys! An ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs In this Column ONE CENT PER WORD CONNECTION 4TES FOR POLITICAL WITH0UR OTHER FINE GROCERIES f For Precinct nnd city Offices $ 6.00 . For County Offices For State and District Offices f 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, oer line For All Publications in tbe inter- est of individuals or expression U' of individual views per line 2.C0 Painting Competent Work at Reasonable Prices "ME t'limou .I.S.TIuIih, Holt. Ky. For Sale Jit. .lot M'li Sweet Cltler. Extra Special Value FOR PROMPT TELEPHONE DELIVERY 74-- J. Wanted - Stock Hogs itralirtit stool; liocs. d wHfflunff from ,j to IK) unur.iN. Cull nr wrlto at once. Ili'ston, YYIiltwortli A. Co., lliirdlniburit. Ky. WANTKH-Ooo- Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective March No. 142 Lilbon Smith, Contractor I Telephone 11-R Crystal White Orpliingtons. ien 1st. points; eggs liv 00 prizeISlilnl tliut scored per Soil, pen Is handed hjr a lln Cockerel tlint. would Ih" credit to any yard; vet 1 1.00 per 15. Turkey iirrngiineu. iJ.50 per II. t'trm from choit -- Mrs. J. P. McOury, Kirk. Ky 11 ill-- In Boys Pure J8 11 Worsted Navy Blue Serge Norfolk Suits, Lined Pants Sizes 6 to 16 vears 15, 1915. .10:1(1 Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs. Uremic Turkov MAMMOTH Single. Comb Y1 Kggv J3 00 per lie 1,00 per i:. poitpulil. .Mm Unlie Wright, Mcymidy. Ky. AtrlTlnu Irvlnctfin Arrlvln Iviul'.vtlle No. H4 will leavo Clovcrport Arriving Irvlnston . Arriving LnulsvlllH No. HflwllllrnvoClovcroort. Arriving IrvlnKton No. 141 EAST HOUND .. will leavo CloTcrport . D:I5 A. A, We Take Orders for Men's and Young Men's For Sale . . 4:52 5:4(1 i2iio r. I', 1", Cloverport, Kentucky A GOOD combined tour year old liort. mi iiKeil inure and reclste'Fd I'oIh'mI Clilmi Hoar. T. II. Henderson, Wvtntvr, Ky. $4.00 IJ. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. ... 7:40 1'. 5:07 A 5:31 A J 5 M 1:231'. Arriving Evansvlllo .. . 7:43 1'. Ml Arriving St. Loul 7:!4 I. SI No. 143 will leavo Cloverport 8:3 I'. M ArrlvlngOwtnsboro B:35 Arriving Henderson .. . 10:13 1'. M 1..M Arriving Eviituvillu...- . 11:3S 1', SI No. 143 will leavo Cloverport 12:45 A. SI Arriving Oweniboro .... 1:30 Arriving Henclcrton .. .... . 2:05 A SI A. M Arriving Evansvlllu 7:40 A. SI Arriving St. Louis .. 0:30 A. SI No. 147 will lenvc Cloverport ..7:1(1 A. M Arriving Owcnsboro ... 9:00 A. SI Arriving Henderson . . WEST HOUND will lcnvo Cloverport-- . Arriving Owonsboro. . Arriving Henderson . M:M P. 12.01 1'. M A..M ror men 01 (.onservnuvc iasic we Imvn n vprv pnmlilntp imcilrtltiotlt of samples in every fabric wanted. New Models Shown Spring Suits .. . Your Patronage Appreciated Telephone 70-- E V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Contracts, Deeds Mortgages and Instruments of Writings drawn up and acknowledged For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pigs COU SALFKlnvcntliorniiBlibreil O. I. C. I lgt from L. II. Silver X Co. herd of prizewinner pips, eltliersot, forilOeiirb;.-- months old ('.ill on or uildres", .1. Muggins I.elti'li ! livid. Ky. I For Sale Eggs for Hatching. I Havo four pens of Hurled I'lvinoiitli Kecks. 1 Wrlto for prlem and description. Mrs. Thos. O'DoiioKhuc, U. lt.l. Iliirdinslinrn, Ky. For Sale Pure Bred Orpliington Eggs t'reil HulT Baptist Church Notes. L rersunai r Ll rarayi auno About People Who Live In Cloverport, Thoie Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States In- That are Far Away. Society Notes Wcluded. Newest styles In shoes. Conrad Sip-pe- l. ' Charming new waists, dainty mate-- , rials at Mrs. Cordrey's. Miss Susette Sawyer will entertain the Friday Club this week. Mrs. Alvin Pate was in from the country Thursday to spend the day shopping. Children's Eaater dresses and hats at Mrs. Cordrey's. Servicable styles. For your Easter clothes, see my uew line of shoes. Conrad Sippel, the shoe-man. Mrs. Ira Behen and Miss Edith Plank will entertain the Wednesday Club this week. TOas the guest ..Miss Ella Gregory, of Brandenburg, of relatives here last week. Thos. J. Ferry was in Louisville last week, visiting his sister, Mrs. Homer Dawley. Mr. Perry Davis, of Warsaw, Ky., has been the guest of Miss Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Bowtner Burks, of Lou. isville, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowmer. Mrs. H. M. Wilson and Mrs. Steve Wilson were In Louisville last week visiting Mrs. James Arnold. of Bowling Miss Bessie Simms, Green, spent last week in Louisville, the guest of Mrs. D. VY. Fairleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Nell are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a little son, Walter Lee O'Neil. Mr. and Mrs Dan Comerey and little daughter, Mary Alice, left Saturday for Jackson, Mich., to make their home. If you are going to get new clothes, get them in time for Easter. Make ' the day as bright and beautiful possible. as The Sunday school will observe misBERRY & MORRISON sionary day next Sunday with a special About sixty program and offering. Cloverport, Ky. pupils will take part in the program with brief parts. The program will be characterized 1)3' variety and brevity, "Now The Day Is Over" the same the entire program will be rendered in anthem sung by the Methodist choir of less than an hour. Cloverport, was sung at Mrs. Rockefeller's funeral. The pastor left Monday for Bagdad, Conrad where he is to deliver two addtesscs in a New Spring line of Shoes . Sippel, the Bible Institute. His brother is the pis-to- r Mr and Mrs. Richard Whitehouse, of the Bagdad church. Bro. Cottrell of West Point, spent last Sunday with will return Thursdiy night to be on her mother, Mrs. l'rancis Sawyer, at the hand for the Mission Conference on home of Mr. and Mrs. T. lf. Sawyer. I'riday. f Walter Smart arrived from the of the Conference A Missionary West last Wednesday morning to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Breckenridge Association will convene Smart. Mr. Smart looks line and is with the Cloverport church on Priday It is expected that nil the pastors, Mis glad to be home again. sion Board members, Sunday school Mrs. A. M. Vance, of Pine Bluff, superintends or other representatives, Ark , has been ill several weeks at the and representatives from each Woman's home of her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. John Missionary Society, with the Associa Dean Mrs. Vance is slowly improving, tion officers will be present. As most of but hopes to be able to return to her the visitots will come on the II o'clock home soon. train, the program will not begin until Mr. and Mrs. Ira Behen have bought they reach the church. The ladies property in Breckenridge addition in have decided to serve their guests with Mr a basket dinner at Oelze's Hall Second street near Hudson avenue All P. D. Plank and daughter, Miss Kdith members of the Missionary Society and Plank, will continue to make their home of the church that can arrange to do so with them. They will move the last of are expected to bring a basket with this month. enough for their own family and for two A passenger on the L., H. it St. R. or three guests The dinner will be R. train said recently: ''The young served at 12:1."). The afternoon program people of Cloverport have a better will begin at 1:30 and will conclude at kind of a time than any place along 4:30 to give opportunity for those re the road. The churches seem to do so turning to make the 4:54 train Mrs much for their pleasure." The fact Kate Coleman Hiukle, of Louisville, Thursday will address the women's meeting in the could have been verified night at Oelze's Hall when the tacky primary room. I lie conterence ot me party were given by the B Y. P. U. pastors, board members, and Sunday-schoo- l More than one hundred were present, representatives, will be held in dressed in styles that was beyond de- the main room and Will be addressed by scription. It was the funniest tacky Dr. A. C. Cree, of Atlanta, Ga Rev. J party given here for many years. H. Benson, of Mexico, Rev. O. J. Cole, of Bowling Green. Visitorsare expected The Court of Last Resort. and the public is invited to attend and Around the stove of the cross roads enjoy these splended addresses. Churchgrocery is the real court of last resort, es with mission funds oil hand will send for it finally overrules all others. Cham- that to this meeting and turn it in to berlain's Cough Remedy has been the treasurer of the Breckenridge Misbrought before this court in almost ev sion Board. ery crous roads grocery in this country, and has always received n favorable To feel strong, have good appetite verdict. It is in the country where man and digestion, sleep soundly and en expects to receive full value for his joy life, use Burdock Wood Hitters, money that this remedy is most appre- the family system tonic. Price $1.00. ciated. Obtainable everywhere. shoe-man- SI.C0 per Inndle tbefc funis excllisltely. settlrn of 15 cites. Tills Is live and let live price, not put up on iiccmint of the war. Jesso H. DikrldKi'. Ilurdlnsbure, Ky. Kzrs. 11 polt SAI.K-1'i- iro I Orpblnirton SPECIAL SALE ON WIRE FENCING j'Notc thu following pricR on Xo. ! Top ami Hottoni Hur, No. 11 Lino und Stay Wires', Stays 1'2 indie apart. M Inch Koiieo Qt ISc Per Hod :i2 Inch Fence (? i'dc Per Noil !) Inch Fence Qr 'iile Per Hod 17 Inch Fence (tf '.'fie Par Hod Inch Fence. (( !10e Per Hod Freight Paid. Better Order at Once While This Offer Is Open. For Sale lloosicr lloo Wheat Drill slcr COU lloo Wheat llrlll. all 1 late attachments. Uctl tine casotl: cood us new. l'rlce. It luken at on 'e. ill). .1. 1.. l'urks. Lodltmru. Ky. SALK-Hoo- laying BAHItKI) 1'lyninuh (took Now IsMiklm; orders for future delivery. Apply for prices. Mrs. frank fnjjllsli, Cloverport. Ky. S. C. R. I. Red Cockerels. C. H. I. Ited Cockerels and Well dereloned: trood mark- Iiirs I'rlces reasonable. Wrlto 1110 your Ky. wants. M. Ii, Heard FOIJSAI.K-1'ullet- s. F0RDSVILLE PLANING IncV'r(r;i'il MILL "COMPANY KORDSVILLE. KY. JAKE WILSON. Manager Announcements STATE OFFICES For Governor We are authorized to announce II. W. IlOSWOItTIl us a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic 1'urty, August I'rlumry. We are authorized to unnounco A.G. STANLEY 11s a caedldate for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of tlio Democratic Party August Primary. We are authorized to announce II. II. CIIKItltV as a candidate for Governor ot Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic I'artv August Primary. For Lieutenant-Governo- r Wo are authorized to unuource JUDO!.; JAMES D BLACK ot Dtrborvllle, Ky,. lis 11 candidate for l.liutenant-Oover- i or of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Party In l';l-ary Elictlou. August 1914. For Circuit Court Clerk We arc authorized to announce S. II. PAYNE of Irvlngton, as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of ltrerkenrldgo countv, subject 10 the action of the Itepubllcan Part), In Pri- mary Klectloc, August, 1111 1. Popular Subject For Debate. Ogden College, in Howling tireen, Ky. , has received a challenge for a do bate from Bethel College, at Kusscll- ville, and has accepted. The subject will be "Resolved, That the United States Should Kqttip uud Maintain a Standing Army of Not Less Than J50.000 Men." ,ASTE1 1c mat: Best service. We are at your service now f for Easter hats. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist wilt refund money If PAZO OINTMKNT falls to cure nay case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles Iu6 to 14 days. The first application gives IJnse and Rest. 50c. Mrs. Sawyer III. Lowest prices. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARIES With a Family Dinner to Children and Grandchildren of fir. and Mrs. R. A. Pate. Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Pate celebrated tin; anniversaries of their birthdays at their home on the hill Saturday. Friday and Mrs. Pate was sixty-tw- o Sunday Mr. Pate was seventy-fouIt was a happy day for many, besides their own children there were several others present, who had been reared in the Pate homo from early child hood. Mr. and Mrs. Pate have been lovely and pleasant in their lives, and it is hoped they have yet many years of happiness before them. A sumptuous dinner was served and among those present were: Mrs. J N. Brlckey, of Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Taul, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Pate, Mr. Luther Pate, Mr. and Mrs. George Pate, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bates, Mrs. William Jolly. The guest list also Included the r. grand-childre- ASTER RANDIES You can. find just what you are looking for in 6c' and 10c packages of Easter Candies at our store. Mrs. J..H. Wilis, of Louisville; Chas. Sawyer and Mrs. S. D. Loyd, of Columbus, Ohio; Mr, and Mrs. Richard Whitehouse, of West Point; Mrs. Alired Heston, of Sikeston, Mo., arrived Saturday and Sunday to be with their mother, Mrs. Francis Sawyer, who is seriously ill. otter Remedies Won't Con The worst cases, no nutter of bow long standing, Cores Old Gregory's Assets $46,000. Greenville, Ky., March 19. Eli 15 Gregory, president of the defunct Cen tral City Deposit Bank, filed with the countv court here today u schedule of He places his his assets and liabilities. assets at approximately $1(1,000. He says that he owns real estate to the value of $15,000, n lot of prlntlnu and newspaper machinery in the plant of the MuhlenberK Argus, the Central City Laundry company and othtr property. He places his established liabilities at approximately $18,000, but says that he owes the Central City Deposit bank luru sums of money in addition, the exact amount of which he is not able to state and which cau not te known until the books of the b.mk ute audited. Cam Howard, the assignee, will file an inventory of his estate shortly. Itch! Itch! Itchl-Scra- Spring Opening April 3. 1915 A Nice Souvenir to Each Lady Attending ::r::, I. B. RICHARDSON, cfi; r !jj . :: sv-- Garfield, Ky. sh re cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves Pain and Heals at tbe tame time. 25c, 60c, 51.00, c A nice box of Dolly Varden Chocolates Easter gift. also makes a nice Wedding's Drug Store The Penilar Store H. & St. L. Buys 20 Acres. The L., II. & St. L. ruilroad recently bought the twenty' acre tract of land below towu from Jud Carder. In the last few weeks a crew has been busy putting down tracks and connecting switches. This week work of getting out the gravel was commenced in earnest. The gravel has been scattered along the company's road near town. The track has been raised In some places and will be raised in others. The gravel will be used for making the fills. L, x S I We have one grey mare mule, 3 years old for sale. Terms to suit purchaser. Come quick K if you want a bargain. $ W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. Z u. i xi IVIule For Sale 7Z7Z? ;Ti?.-- l- - ?Z V -- V Notice. Hancock Clarion. Crtvirpirt, : : Kentucky Now is the time to subscribe all present, 5O. Scratchl Any one having IO15. Mi.rch Scralcul The more you scratch, the Permanent claims against the estate of John Fur worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. row, deceased, will present them to the For eczema, any skin itching. 50c a undersigned, duly sworn to and proven box. 56-Cloverport, according to law, before the 30th day Telephone J Chas. II. Smart, of April, 1915. total number of the Column Try Try a want ad. Today Administrator, Cloverport, Ky. tch! Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist Ky. the "Want" rury s Breeding Slock urn Plenty of Thorn in Cloverport, and Good Reason for It. "Silver Plate that Wears Bourke Cochran Registry No. 2158, Vol. 5. Discription and Wouldn't nay woman be happy, After years of backache suffering, Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles, When she finds freedom. Many readers wilt profit by the fol. lowing Mrs. W. N. llartlett, 620 Triplett St , "For n long Owcnsboro, Ky., says: time I had nearly every symptom of kidney disease. My back ached ter ribly and nt night I didn't sleep well. During the day I was nervous and In My feet became bed all the time swollen and I knew that I required a good remedy to cure me. I had often BOURKE COCHRAN is a blood heard Doan's Kidney Pills highly be got a supply bay stallion, foaled April 1902, recommended, so I as directed. and Doan's gan taking them rig! t bind foot white; sire Chester Kidnty Tills cured me and they are the Dire No. 10, Grand Sire Black only remedy I will ever use for kidney I can highly recommend troubles. Squirrel No. 58; dam Maybul Den them, ns they lived up to the claims mark Xo. 2019 by Denmark Chief made for them " Don't Trice 50c, at all dealers. No. 0S2, 2nd dam by Coleman's Eusimply ask for a kidney remedy get reka V. S.: 3rd dam by Blinker's Doan's Kidney Pills the same that n Co., Bourko Coehian Mrs. llartlett had. Diinow No. 1000. pound., Props., Ililffalo, X. Y. is 1C hands high, weight llo'J Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros, originated electro-silv- er Pedigree plating, silverware bearine the trade mark 147 ROGERS BROS, has been renowned for quality, wearability and beauty. 1847 ROGERS BROS. I stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces is a guarantee of heaviest plating, perfect workmanship and exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. Any article of silverware marked Ml ROGERS BROS, may be, selected without further investigation. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all patterns. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO., MERIDEN, CONN. Successor to Mcrlden BrMannia Co. Tostcr-Milbur- beautiful head and neck, the best iHcGAVOCK NOTES. back you iver saw on a horse; good bone: without a blemish; line mane Dan McGavock, of San Francisco, and tail and curries tail right; never Cali , is the guest of his father, T. K. This horse McGavock. need a pinch of ginger. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tumphrey, jr., of is abolutely in a class to himself; Stephensport, have moved 011 their He goes farm near here. standard and registered. The McGavock Bros, sold several head all the gaits fast und well. His gaits of cattle to Mr. Frank Dean last week. arc natural and not acquired. Hourke Cochran hit-- made a reputation that would be a credit to any Mr. and Mrs. M D. Pumphrey, of living stallion. IIiu n ver been defeated, ofien when being shown for the model string and has won the Koine, lad,, returned home Monday, aftir spending a week with their blue in the combined saddle and harness horse sweep stakes at the Ilodgcnvillo Fair, LaHuc county. ! pnr-ent- s, Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverport Bath $1.50 BEN! Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tumphrey, sr. Abe McGavock is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tumphrey spent last week in Stephensport the guests of relatives. Business Men and Shoppers Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks Earlier. In every lot of hogs 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 hojr that fattens easily must be The B. in prime physical condition. A. Thomas Hoe Powder is a condition er tor hogs, it keeps tneir system clean and healthy and enables them to fatten quickly without falling a prey The B. to the usual diseases of hogs. A. Thomas Hog 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. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST nfflpo UnnroWlllfcW S HVUItf, i p. m. to 5 p. m. a. m.ito 13 M. Always In ofilce during office hours Irvington, Kf. EGGS FOR HATCHING From g, Single Comb Black Minorcas Meade County Notes From the Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shumate announce the engagement of their daughter, Ger trude, to Mr. George Uroadus Xeafus. The marriage to take place at the home ot the bride on Tuesday afternoon, April 6, 1915, at 3 o'clock. , All relatives and friends invited. Mrs. Menu Rcilander has returned to New Albany, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Casperke. Word has been received here that a pretty girl baby has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivd Fontaine, of Ilerk- ey, Cali Mr and Mrs. I? 11. Ditto and daugh ter, Maurine Howard, who have been the guests of her sister, Mrs, II. C. Woodson, Jr., returned to Lexington Monday. and Mrs. Joe D. Stith, of Kkrou, Jennie Kendall, of Kansas, were married Sunday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hud McCoy. Eggs For Utility Purposes $1.50 per Sitting This matins has the first prize pullet at Hardinsburg Show, first prize pullet at Kentucky State Show, Lexington. The offspring from this mating will produce some excellent birds). Birds $3.50 per Sitting Eggs From This mating includes best pen, best cock, best hen, any age or breed in Hardinsliurg Show. 1st cock, 2nd and 3rd prizo hen at Kentucky State Show, Lexington. This mating in any show room. All are standwill produce ard weight and all of the large, rangy, and true Minorca type, have excellent color, and will produce huge, whito eegs, and many of them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prize-Winning prize-winne- rs PHIL McGARY, Hardinsburg, Ky. r&MH P a coming 4 year old Jack, black as a crow, plenty ol bone and substance and 15 hands high. These two animals will be found at BEN is vWI nWiW rlv n Frank Carter's Stable CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Beginning April 1, 1915 and will be permitted to serve mares. CL March 21, to receive same and organize the classes in order to be ready with the first lesson the first Sunday in April which will be the beginning of the second quarter for the present year. If you are a Christian consult your conscience and we are sure you will be ready to help us to have a real live Sunday School. Come and bring some ihriME I HINK ABOUT to stands up and suckles. CBEN BOURKE COCHRAN $15.00 for colt that perChamberlain's Tablets just after correct the and they of one with you; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seaton, "who re Keep Your Bowels Regular. Alexis, III., bowels are cently went from here to As everyone knows, the report that they are pleased with their the sewerage system of the body, and Two of their sons, Harry it is of the greatest importance that new home. and Jim, have work on farms near they move once each day. If your bowels become constipated, take a dose Alexis. will sup Allen Miller leaves for Alexis, disorder- - March 22. Mrs. Lawrence Carroll visited Mike Flood last week. III., Mrs. Concrete Work and the man that does it and guarantees perfect satisfaction is Obtainable everywhere. stands up and suckles. Frank Robertson in charge. $10.00 for colt that NEW BETHEL. Win. Frank visited his mother at McQundy last Sunday. Thanking you for past patronage, and hoping to merit a continuance of same, I am Very Respectfully, Do not miss the splendid values announced in Beard's ad. Several of the members of New Bethel church met last Sunday eveniug and orgauized a Sunday School. The following were elected as officers and teachers: Superintendent, A. L. Jess Walls is having a new roof put on his house. John Lewis, of Hardlns burg, is doing the work. We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr. H. K. Beard, of Ilardinsburg. To the family we extend sympathy at W. H. d; CHAS. H. DRIIRY, Irvington, Kentucky. assistant superintendent, J. II. Dowell; secretary, Mrs Bessie Hawk-In- s; assistant becretary, Miss Nannie Dowell, Teachers, Mrs. Cora Frank, Mrs. Ollie Seaton, Mrs. Pearl Miller andD. S. Miller. The literature has been ordered (or the school and all parents and children are cordially in vlten to bo present on Sunday evening, their sad bereavement. GREENWELL Cloverport, Ky. Try a Want Ad Today. Proper Treatment For Biliousness. For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, Churchvllle, N. Y., was bilious and had ChamBick headache and dizzy spells. berlain's Tablets were the only thing that gave her permanent relief. Obtainable everywhere. h.' A year and a half auo I was taken with a severe attack of Kidney trouble that pained ni3 to such an extent that morphlnti had to be given mc. Was attended by a doctor who pronounced it as Stone in the Bladder and preserved Lithla Water. I took Llthia Water and Tablets lor soma time and I received no relief from them. stopped taking medicines for some time, later having some Swamp Root in the house I decided to try It and felt How Being Shown at American Theater much rollcved. While taking the CHAPTER XIV. the second bottle commenced to pass (Sravel In urine until I had passed In Norton Makes a Discovery. more and n Perhaps the most amusing phase of ail at least half dozen or the secret agent's discomfiture was the have not suffered the slightest since fact that neither Jones nor Florence and In all have taken one bottle and a had the least Idea what had happened. half and feel very grateful to Swamp-Koo- t. Florence regretted a hundred times during the evening that sho had not Yours very truly, gone out to the summer house. It H W. SPINKS, might really have been her father. Her Camp Hill, Ala. regret grew so deep In her that Just Personally appearing before me this before going to bed she confessed to lUth day of August, 9 10, H. W.Spinks, Jones. who subscribed the above statement "You received a letter of that sort that the same U true in and did not show it to me?" said and made oath In fact. substance and Jones, astonished. A II LEK, "You warned mo never to pay any Ex. of Justice of Peace. attention to them." "No; I warned you never to act Letters to upon them without first consulting Dr. Kilmer & Co. me. And wo might have made a capillnnhamton. N. V, ture! My child, always bIiow mo theso things. I.wlll advlso you whether to Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You tear them up or not." Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., "Jones, I bellcvo you aro going a BinRhamton, N. Y., for a sample size little too far," said Florence haughtily. bottle. It will convince anyone. You "It might have been my father." will also receive a booklet of valuable "Never In this world, Miss Florence. information, telling about the kidneys Still, I beg your pardon for raising and bladder. When writing, be sure my voice. What I do and have done and mention the Breckenridge News. t .size and is only for your own sake. There are Regular bottles tor sale at nil drug stores. two things I wish to Impress upon your mind before I go. This can bo made a comedy or a terrible tragedy. You at last he felt assured that nil In tho have already had a taste of the latter; Hargreave house were asleep, ho and each time you escaped because moved out cautiously. Both his future God was good to us. But ho Is rarely and his pocketbook depended upon kind to thoughtless people. They have to look out for themselves. I am acting under orders; always remember that." "Forgive me; I acted wrongly. But I'm so weary and tired of this eternal suspicion of everybody and everything. Can't I go somewhere, some place where I can have rest?" "If 1 thought for a single moment It was possible to take you thousands of miles from this spot. It would be done this very night. But this Is our fortress. So far it has been impregnate. The police are watching it; aid that prevents a general assault by the scoundrels. If we tried to leave we would be followed; and they ylay that game exceedingly well. Now, We'll have you out of all this doubt and suspicion one of these days. There will not be any past; that will be lopped off as you'd lop a limb from a tree." "Pleaao Ipt It ho nuinV T want tn see my father." Jones' eves snarklcd. "And you have my word that he wants to see you. But I dare not tell you." "Do you think ho would object to Mr! Norton?" she asked, studying the rug. "In what capacity?" he countered, forcing her hand. "As as a husband?" bravely. Jones In turn studied the patterns Here Was an Operation That Needed All His Care and Skill. in the rug. "It is only natural for a father to look high for his daughter's husband. But, after al!, an honest the success of this venture. It look man is worth as much as anything I him ten minutes to crawl from the know of. And Norton is honest and uummer house to tho veranda, and to havo detected this approach Jones, loyal and brave." you, Jones. I intend to had ho been watching, would have "Thank marry him when the time comes; so needed a searchlight. Beggs hugged you may as well prepare father for the lattice work for another ten minutes and then drew himself up and thl3 eventuality." wriggled to one of the windows. Hero "There is an old adage " wus an operation that needed all his But she interrupted him. "If you care and skill; to lift this window withhave a new adage, Jones, I shouldn't out sound. But ho was an old hand mind hearing It. But I'm only Just und windows with ordinary locks were out of school, whero old adages aro playthings under his deft touch. Ho served from soup to pudding. Goodraised tho window, stepped over tho night." sill into tho library, and crouched And Jones went to the rear of the down. He did not closo the window; house, chuckling. . house thieves never do. They leave In the passing it might well be ob- windows and doors open, becauso served that the Ilargreave house had sooner or later they havo to make a remarkable menage. There was a their escape that way. gardener, a cook, and a maid; and the Presently he stood up, flashed his three of them reported to Jones each torch, found the library shelves, and night before going to bed. They were tiptoed toward them. Ho then selected all threo detectives from one of the threo or four volumes, opened them greatest organizations in America. at random and laid neat packages of Finding themselves unable to lure money between tho leaves. It was Florence away from the environs of not real money, but only a bank clerk the Hargrcave home, the Black Hun- could have told that. This done, he dred set some new machinery In mo- moved toward the window again. "Stop!" said Jones quietly. tion. Thep proposed to rid the bouse of every one in it by a perfectly logi"Spider" Beggs gasped, it was io cal device. But the first step In this unexpected; but at the same time alnew move was going to be extremely most Instinctively he plunged headdelicate and risky. It was no small long through the window, and the buladventure to entor the Hargreave let which followed snipped a lock of home; and yet this must be done. So his hair. He threw himself oft the finally "Spider" Beggs was selected veranda and scurried across the lawn, for tho work. The man could practic- zigzag fashion. But no more bullets ally walk over crockery without caus- followed. ing a sound; he could climb a house Jones turned on the lights and Inby the window ledges; and he could vestigated the room, but he could not hold his breath like those professional find anything disturbed, and naturally tank swimmers. came to tho conclusion that the InThree or four nights after the Par-of- f truder had been interrupted bofore he fiasco, Jones started tho rounds, begun turned off putting out the lights. He left the had lights his work. Ho major part and sat up the was tho one In the hall till the last, for It of the nght. Nothing moro happened. his habit, after having turned oft that Florence came down, but ho sent her light, to Btand by the door for several to bed, explaining that some one minutes, watching. One never could backattempted to enter tho house and had tell. a shot at him. Beggs he had taken On the other hand, "Spider" "Spider" Beggs had a letter to write. never approached a house till an hour feather. Ho had after the lights went out. Persons He was a in high Job and bad come difficult tacklod were likely to move about for some away without a scratch. But be bad minutes later; they might want something to eat, a drink ot water. So he tbe misfortune to write his letter to remained bidden behind tbe summer tbe secret service officials In a hotel house till long after mldnliht. When gften frequented. by Norton. And to 1 fifty-cenone-doll&ood-night. Million Dollar Mystery The A Wonderful Healing Influence Jim, on In Kidney Troubles. had awakened the reportorlal sense In him was "counterfeit.' He held tho blotter toward the mirror and read enough to satisfy himself that the Black Hundred had become active once more. And this was one of tho best Ideas they had yet conceived. Hargreave had nlways been something of a mystery to his neighbors. Where he had lived In other days was unknown; neither had any one tho re motcst idea from what source his riches had been obtained. And noth irg was known of Jones or tho daugh ter. It was a very shrewd method of clearing every one out of the house and leaving It to be examined at lels tire. .And he had fallen upon this thing; he, Norton, all because his tfllor had written him n sharp note nbcut his bill and he had been pro voked to reply In kind! Counterfeit money. There was quite a Hurry these diys over certain issues of spurious paper. It was so good that only eX' ports could detect It. There were two plat?s. one for n ten and another for a twenty. For a while he was pulled be tween duty and love. Well. It would only add nr.cther interesting chapter to the general story when he published It. He started cut to Itlverdale to acquaint Jones with the discovery. "Humph!" said Jones; "not a bad Idea this. So that's what tho sneak was doing here last night. I've been wondering and wondering. Let's havo a look." Ho went through tho books and at length came across tho three volumes. These held a thousand In exceljent finishing' his own letter, blotted It and casually glanced at the blotter. A slnglo word caught his eye. Being an alert newspaper man, always on tho hunt for stories, ho examined the blotter with care. It was an easy matter for him to read writing backward, having fooled away many on hour In tho composing rooms. The word which of counterfeiters for months nnd they aro clever beyond words. I'vo never been able to get anywhere near their presses. And for a moment I thought this note was from a squealer. I'vo a dozen men scouring tho country. They find the bogus notes, but never the men who pass them. You see, It's new stuff, I know what all tho old timers nro at; but none of them has had n hand In this Issue. Soma foreigners, I take It, under tho leadership of a man I'd very much like to know. Now, what's your scheme?" Jim outlined Jt briefly. "It all dcrends," said the rhicr, 'upon tho fact that they will bt lnv ja'lent. If they have the nbility to wait, we lose. But we can afford to risk the chance. The man who wrote this letter Is not n counterfeiter. He's an old yeggman. We haven't heard anything of him lately. Wo tried to corner him on a post office Job, but ho slipped by. Ho may be a stool. Anyhow, I'll draw him In somehow." "There'll be sonic excitement " "Wo'ro used to that; you too. All we've got to do Is to locate this man 1'cRgs, There are signs of spite In this letter. Very well played, If you want my opinion. What's this Black Hun to bo out of this tangle. It had all looked so easy nt tho stnrt; yet hero they were, weeks later, no further forward than at fio bclnnlnc. nni added to this they had paid much In dred?" "I'm not at liberty to tell Just yet. It's a strange game; half political. It's a pretty strong half blackmail. organization. But If they're back of this counterfeiting, there's a fine chance of landing them all." Here the chief's assistant came In. "Got Beggs on tho wire. Says he'll conduct you to tbe homo If you'll promise him immunity for some other offenses." "Tell him lie shall h.no Immunity on the word of the chief. But also say that he must come to sec me in counterfeit. "Mighty good work that. What are you going to do?" asked the reporter. Jones rubbed his chin reflectively. "How long may a counterfeiter bo sent up?" "Anywhere from ten to twenty years." "That will serve. My boy, this time we'll go and take Mr. Black Hundred right In his cubby hole. "You know where It Is?" "Every nook nnd corner of It. Now you go at once to tho chief ot the local branch of the secret service and put the matter to him frankly. I, Florence, Susan, and the rest of us must be arrested. The wretches must believe that tho house is empty. They'll rove about fruitlessly and will return to their den to report the success of the coup. All the while you and some detectives will bo In hiding upstairs, dictagraph and all that. When tho time comes you will follow. This will not reach the heads, perhaps, but It will demoralize the organization in such a way as to make it helpless for several months to come. There is a tunnel from the stables to this house." "What, a tunnel?" "Yes, Mr. Hargreave had it built several years ago. I den't know what '.lis idea was; possibly he anticipated an event like this. You and your men will find entrance by this method. It can be done without exciting tho suspicions of the watchers." "Looks as If my yarn wasn't going to be delayed so long after all. Jones, you ought to havo been in tho secret service yourself," admiringly. Jones smiled and shrugged. "I am perfectly satisfied with my lot or would bo if tho Black Hundred could bo wiped out of existence." "I'll see the secret service people at once. I stand In well with them all." person." "All right, sir." all?" "I don't believe It would bn wlsn for Beggs to see me here. I gave him a good send-of- f Sing Sing live years ago. He may recollect." said Norton. "Suit yourself about that. Only, keep In communication with me bv telephone and I'll tip you off as to when the raid shall take place. Lucky you came In. I should have honestly gone there and arrested innocent people, and they would have had a devil of a time explaining. It would havo taken them at least a week to clear themselves. That would leavo the house empty all that time." Norton did not reply, but he put the blotter away carefully. There was no getting nway from the fact, but the god of luck was with him. "Do you know what's back of it "I can't tell you any more than I have," said Norton. "Then I pass. I know you well enough. If yoiAo made up your mind not to talk a man couldn't got anything out of you with a And that's why we trust you, my boy. Don t forget the telephone." "I shan't. So long." That same night Bralne paid the Russian woman a brief visit. "I think that here's where we go forward. Tho secret service will raid the house tomorrow and then for a few days we'll roam about as we bally niack Hundred, watching the front please. I'm hanged If I don't have and rear of the house, never dreamed every plank torn up and all the walls that there existed another mode of pulled down. More and more I'm con- entrance or that there was a secret vinced that the money Is In that cabinet room. Half an hour later tho head of tho house." "Don't bo too confident," warned secret service, accompanied by his Olga. "So many times have wo been men, together with "Spider" Heggs, tripped up when everything seemed in who was In high feather over his sucour hands. The house should be cess, arrived, demanded admittance, guarded but not entered for a day and went at the front of the business or two; at least not till after the raid at once. "Your name is Jones," began tho is cold. I'm beginning to see traps chief. everywhere." The butler nodded, though his faco "Nonsense! Leavo It to mo. Wo shan't stick our heads insldo the Har- evinced no little bewilderment at thu greave house till wo aro dead certain appearance of theso men. "What is it you wish, sir?" that It Is absolutely empty. Olga, you'ro a gem. I don't think Russia "t am from tho secret service and will bother us for awhile. Eh? Pnroff I have it from a pretty good sourco will not daro tell how ho was that there is counterfeit money hidden Tho least he can do to save in this house. Moro than that, I can ills own skin Is to say that wo aro put my hand on tho very place It is fully capable of taking caro of our- hidden." "That Is Impossible, sir," declared selves." Olga laughed. "To think of his Jones Indignantly. writing a note like that! Florence "I'm an old hand, Mr. Jones. It would havo recognized and no doubt will not do you a bit of good to put did a palpable attempt to play an on that bold front." Registered Every Word. lives and money. Well, if she would be fool enough to love this man sho must abide with tho consequences. She wanted him all by herself, out of danger, In a far country. He might tire, but sho knew In her heart that the never would. This was her one great passion, nnd while her mode of living was not as honest as might be, her love was honest enough and unswerving, though It was not gilded by the pleasant fancies of youth. "Of what arc you thinking?" ho asked when ho concluded that the pause had been long enough. "You." . "H'm. Complimentary?" "No; Just ordinary everyday love." "Ah, Olga, why the deuce must you go and fall In love with a bundle of ashes like myself? Ashes and bitter ashes, too. Sometimes 1 regret. Hut the regretting only teems to make mc all the moro savage. What opium and dope are to other men, danger and excitement are to me. It is not written that I shall die In bed. I have told you that already. There Is no other woman now. And I do love you after a fashion, as a man loves a comrade. Wait till this dancing bout lb over and I may talk otherwise. And now I am going to shako hands and hobnob with the elite beautiful word! 2 And while I bow and smirk and crack witticisms, I and the devil will bo chuckling In our sleeves. But thU I'll tell you, while there's a drop of blood In my veins, a breath in my body, I'll stick to this fight if only to prove that I'm not a quitter." ' He caught her suddenly In his arms, kissed her, ran lightly to tho door, and was gone beforo she could recover from her astonishment. The affair went smoothly, without a hitch. Norton and his men gained the house through the tunnel without attracting the least attention. Tho The Dictagraph not w.ii'i them. This was due to the urgent request of Olga, who still had her doubts. Tho mrn rioted about tho hovre, rrarchlrr no. :i nnd corners, cxanlnli..i floes tr.j walls, opening books, pulling out drawers, but they found nothing, They talked freely, however, and tho dictagraph regis tered every word, Tho printing plant, which had to long defied discovery, was In tho cellar of tho houso occupied by tho Black Hundred. Norton nnd his men determined to follow and raid the building. And the reporter promised himself a good front pago story without In any way conflicting with his prom'ses to Jones. Events came to pass ns they expected. The trailing was not tho easiest thing. Norton knew about where tho building was, but he cculd not go to It directly He was quite confident that Its entrance was Identical with that which had the trap door through which ho had been flung that memorable, day when he hnd been shanghaied. When they reached the building he warned the men to hug tho wall to tho stairs. The trap yawned, but no one was hurt. They scampered up the stairs like a lot of eager boys; broke tho door In to find tho weird executive chamber dark and empty nnd an acrid smoke in their nostrils. This latter grew stifling as they blundered about in the dark. By luck Norton found tho exit and called to tho men to follow. They saw I'.eggs at tho top of tho stairway and called out to him to surrender Ho held up Ills hands and the Btalrs collapsed. Ural flro burst out and Norton nnd his companion had a desperate battle with flamo and smoke to gain tho street. The fire was put out finally, but there was nothing In the ruins to provo that there had been a counterfeiting den thero. There was, however, at least one consoling feature: In tho future the Black Hundred would havo to hold their elsewhere. It was checkmate; or, rather, It was a draw. (To be Continued) ...The... iliion Dollar Mystery1 Is Now Being Shown at the American Theater JLJs V Insurance'Office RIUKJE-- t Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, j Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies rWe Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Wo pny tlio iHtiiKH liotli wiiy on ork nil imi'kiiK'i' ft c. or oi r, Rimriiiiti'cil l'romia deliveries In mil It n ry iiuckniica. Will cri'dlt you upon reference. Write for Information. Better. Htm, send trlnl liumllo. Offices: 625 W. Jcfferion St. Mrst-clnss 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS "Stopl" Said Jones Quietly. blm tbe original letter. .."Norton,. I've been after, this gang "And gopd luck to you. We'll need good luck." Norton was welcomed cordially by the chief. Tho secret service men trusted htm and told htm lots of tales that never saw light on the printed page. Tho reporter went directly to the point of bis story, without elaboration, and tbe thief smiled and banded that tills was a comedy set especially for his benefit? "I should like to see that monoy," "Yet what?" "I thought her an ordinary school said Jones, not quito so bravely. "Come with me," said tho secret girl, and yet every once In a whllo she makes what you billiard players call service man. "Where's tho library?" "Beyond that door, sir." a professional Bhot. What matter? Tho chief beckoning to his men, So long as they do not shut the door In my faco, I ask nothing more. But entered tho library, went directly to do you want my opinion? I feel It In a certain shelf, extracted threo volmy bones that something will go umes, and thero lay tho money In wrong tomorrow." three neat packages. "Good heavens I" gasped Jones. Uood lord, are you losing your "I shall have to request you add the nervo?" cried Bralno Impatiently. "Tho secret service has the warning; they family to accompany mo to tlio sta find tho green stuff, and Jones & Co. tion." "Hut It is all utterly impossible, will mog off to the police station. And there'll be a week of red tapo beforo lt! I know nothing of that money, 'they aro turned looso ngaln. They'll ,ior how it got thero. It's a plot. I dig Into Hargreavo's finances and all declaro on my oath, sir, that I am that. We'll have all tho security In Innocent, that Miss Floronco and her tho world to find out if tho money companion know nothing about It." "You will havo to tell that to tho is In the houso or not. Why worry?" "It's only tho way I feel. There federal Judge, sir. My duty Is to toko you all to tho station, It would bo Is something uncanny In the regularJust ns well not to say anything moro, ity of that girl's good luck." "Ah, but we're not after her this sir." "Very well; but somo ono shall tlmo; It's tho wholo family." smart for this outrage" "The servants too?" "That remains to bo seen," was tho "Everybody in tho houso will bo terso comment of tho secret scrvlco under suspicion." man. "And can you trust Beggs?" He led his prisoners away directly, "His life is in tho hollow ot my Norton and his men had to wait fur hand. You can always trust a man when you hold tho rope that's around' Into tho night. Tho Black Hundred did not Intend to make any mistake his nock." Still the frown did not leave Olga's this time by a hasty move. At quarter brow. With ell. her soul she longed after ten they descended. Bralne was old gamo twice." "How does she act towards you?" "Cordial as ever; and yet . . ." Hoggs smiled. How was ho to know LOUISVILLE. KY. iJHRBSBSSBBBUBHm oocd ooo aooi Trent Walls & Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. CnOETD o lo IpJUCZIOIZD i Millinery Ads. and Easter Cuts We have received a nice line of Millinery cuts and Master adver- - jfl vertiscments for tho!e who are in- - h terested in attractive advertising, v Write to us for pictures and K prices of ads. We shall be clad to 4 send both promptly. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, Cloverport, Ky. J fj Try our Job Department A LAST WARNING TO TAXPAYERS! I fully realize that money is scarce; I also realize that 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. C. HARDINSBURG AND Austin A. T. BEARD, Sheriff Breckinridge County Pate, Win. Gibson, A. J. Dye, J. B. Carman, Deputies IVIE LOCALS LET NEWS ACCOUNTS. Priest Dies Many Attend Mr. Beard's Funeral -- Series of Services at the Methodist Church. MISS GARONER TO LECTURE Sell you a farm, or a blacksmith shop, or a store and stock of goods or trade you shop or the store for a farm. Any old way to get up a trade. I can sell you an improved farm in Oklahoma or in Florida, or I can sell you raw land in Florida, in a lie place, where you can live easy and a long time and make money. Let me tell you about the Flor-id- a proposition. 1 bound by the tie of friendship. Mrs. Nora Board, of Irvington, has returned to her home after a visit to Mrs. C. L. Beard. Prof. Andrew Uiiskell, who teaches in Fordsville, spent Saturday and Sun day with his family. wheat flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 0 cents. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT eous.. I'OItK. Articles .. ... .. 3S5 Energy 10c will buy . BEEP, sirloin MUTTON, le MILK loin- .. 410 . 415 1030 - .1030 . IIKEAKKAST FOODS CHEESE ..Ill" ...1185 . ,..1365 -- Absence of occupation is not rest, A mind quite vacant is a mind distressed. Cowper. C. L. Ilardinsburg, BEARD, Kentucky HARNEDNEWS HUTTElt MCE POTATOES DEANS, drltd WHEAT FLOCK. ... .2025 .. 2!30 ,. 3040 ..C5i0- - Miss Willie Chambliss was in Louis, Much Going and Coming S. H. ville last week shopping. Davis Shipped Car Load of Mrs Judith Dejarnctte has returned Mr. and Mrs. John Akers and daughfrom lierea where she went to be with Eggs-Oth- er Interesting Items. ter, Miss Florence Akers, have been to her daughter. Mrs. E. B. English, who Webster and Irvington to visit relatives was operated on for appendecitis. Mrs. and fi lends. of Louisville, is Mrs. Ola Luvi.-kEnglish's operation was a success and Nathaniel Shellman has gone to Lou- visiting her mother, Mrs. Clint Butler, she is rapidly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe, of isville to take a position with the Bel of Locust Hill. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Webster, Louisville, are here the guests of Mrs. knap Hardware Co. 1. W. Peyton has returned from Mook, spent Sunday with his parents C. V. Robertson and Dr. A. M. KinchLouisville where he went to buy goods Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Webster. eloe and family. W. E. Henniuger was in Louisville Kd wards Skillman spent last for the firm of Peyton & Rhodes. John Artnur Board, of Louisville, has been Saturday on business. week with his grandparents, Mr. and See it at American the guest of his sister, Mrs. C. E. Mrs. A. N. Skillman. S. II. Davis shipped a car load of eggs last week. Mrs Joel II. Pile will go to Louisville Notice Taxpayers. A birthday dinner was given at the this week to visit her sister, Mrs. D. W. (.. Moorman, ot Ulen Dean, was Kincheloe and Mrs. here Friday. V. Scott, on Sixth street, before going home of Dr. A. M All taxes not paia in the Cloverport Kincheloe Sunday in honor of their to her home in Washington, D. C. District before March 2g, 19I5, I will Rev. E. T. Adams, of Kingswood Henry Lewis has moved Ids shoe shop son, Franklin Kinc heloe, and daughter-in-la- was called to Norfolk, Va., to see hi be compelled to advertise your proper Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe, of Louty and sell, as I will make my settle in the old McOary building down by mother, who is not expected to live. ment April i. Come and pay. the Baptist church. The shop he has isville. Both birthdays coming the same It will B. Durham, of Kingswood Rev. W. occupied for so long has been torn week and the same age. save you cost and trouble, as I am go went to Madisonville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis, of Har Ing to collect these taxes at once. down and a new one will be built there, J H Glasscock visited Mr. and Mrs will be in my otllce Friday, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Klihu Meador, of ned, were in town Saturday. Jim Spencer Saturday. night and Saturday at Cloverport, Ky Mrssrs. W. It. Henslev. Lopan Mur Kingswood, were the guests of lit. and Mis Ora L. Black i iwiih her sister w I.' Respectfully, Mrs. A. M Kincheloe Monday of last ...... r A. T. BEAItD, S. B. C of Glen Dean; Willis Green, of Falls of Mrs Wilbur Pile, this week. week. Robert Maltingly, who has been con By W. C. Pate, D. S. Mrs. II. B Moornun and baby, Rough; John I). Babbage, and many others whose names we did not know, fined to his room for several days with Louise, ot Harned, were the guests of The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head rheumatism, is able to be out again. their aunt, Mrs. Lou Smith, last Wed attended the funeral of Mr. Beard. Because of its tonic and laxative effect, BROMO QUININIJ is better thin ordinary Miss Hannah Pile went to Louisville nesday. Rev. Charles has airived and the seQuinine and does not cause nervousness nor nneine in head. Remember the full name and Mr and Mrs. Charlie Miller, of Eddy-ville- , ries of meetings at the M. E. Church, Friday. me signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c. Mrs Virginia Green, who has been loot lor arrived Sundiy for a visit to her South, are in progress. All Christians of the town are invited to attend and with her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Weatn- parents, Mr. and Mrs--. Zsno Ilendrick Fashionable Colors. Mr. Ilendrick has recently had a fall take part for the salvation of souls of erford, of Sunnyd.de, is at home again , our community. Tan Sand Putty. Sam Glasscock-- of Cloverport, visited and hurt himself very badly. Belgian Blue. Dawson Hook, of Louisville, is the his parents here Sunday Austin Priest, an eighteen ear-ol- d Battleship Gray. boy, died at the home of his mother, guest of his mother, Mrs. Anne Hook Robert Weatherford and daughter, I'etrograd Green. Particular attention is being paid to Miss Bessie B , visited relatives in Gar Mrs. Stinnett, here in town last Friday Peacock Blue. morning at u o'clock. Austin was handsome hose and good looking shoes field Sunday. Wall Blue. For best values read this season. known by every one in town, as he a Mr. and Mis. M. H. Norton visited Navy and Black. 11 sweil s grocery, Beard's ad. liverea lor tie was relatives in Kingswood and West View Choose what is most becoming. an honest, good boj; one on whom jo,i J. H. Gardner is in Louisville this Sunday. could rely. His remains were taken to week buying spring goods. Miss Bettie Kincheloe, ot Hardins Don't Drench Horses. . Oarfield Saturday for burial. a Mrs. Lee Bishop will have her spring burg, spent a few days with her sister, C. Kiclurdson, ot Louisville, was opening of her millinery goods Friday Mrs. Use Parris Colic Remedy. R. Simply Coleman Payne last week. guest of his sister, Mrs. P. M. Beard, and Saturday of this week. The public drop it on the horse's tongue with the Get a new hat for Easter. See for the week end medicine dropper that is furnished are cordially invited to attend this Beard's ad. with every 50 cts. bottle. Cures fifty-nin- e Mr. auil Mrs. K. L. Robertson, of opening and see if you are not ready to Tom C. Allen went to Louisville last times out of sixty, and tho women Glen Dean, uttended the funeral of Mr purchase. Mrs. Bishop has a large B. V. Heard last Sturda . trade and is always ready to serve her Thursday to be examined for railway can give It when you arc away. mail clerk Money back if it . falls. For sale r at customers. l J!.- T. l. Mrs. Adella Baker, of Beaver Dam, weaoing s Drug Diore, Cloverport, ivy. A number of Masons from here attended the funeral of Mr. John Lewis is here visiting her son, J. O Baker. Mark Your Young Chickens. Mrs. R. T. Coomes left Friday for Henry at Irvington Sunday. A contributor to the current issue of Pal Garrier, of Madrid, was in town Louisville to join her husband. They Farm und Firesidu gives the following expect to make their home there on business last week. Miss May Pile will leave in a few advice to amateur poultrymen with re Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman spent gard to marking your chickens: part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. days for Owensboro to visit friends. 'Marking the chickens to make sure Lon Glasscock, of McCoy, was here of Alvin N- Skillman. their identity is one of the Important Mr. and Mrs. Allen Edelen and baby Friday. things to insure successful poultry-breedinRev. C. L. Bruington went to Cecilia have returned to their home in Burgln A combination of leg bands Saturday to fill his regular appoint- with after a visit to M D. Beard. fills the bill satiofac Do you feel tired, have jou a sallow torily. I am getting to think a lot of Stant Garner, who shot J. L.Henry ment. complexion, constipation, headache. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pile are receiv the colored bands made of celluloid or at Irvington last Saturday was brought bad breath, sleeplessness or circles here and guarded at the Brick Hotel by ing congratulations on the arrival of a similar composition of various colors around your eyes? If so, you are un nine pound boy, March 17th, Wilbur which are so easy to slip on, and they John Miller until his examining trial. doubtedly suffering from some liver show at u glance whether the bird is a Miss Gardner, from Nicholas county, Emmett Hennlnger complaint. Lee Pile and Wilbur Webster left pullet, yearling, or older. will lecture at the High School buildPerhaps you don't feel very badly "Another use is to mat k the young last week for Iowa. A little later they now, but delay Is dangerons. To allow ing Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock to the trustees, patrons and friends of expect to go to California to attend the sters that develop best in, zo and other your liver to continue out of order, is to desirable qualities. Also u certain coleducation. Hverybody In town ought Fair. Invite a serious chronic Illness. may denote the earliest layThe Music Club was entertained Sat ored band the slightest to hear her. Our citizens are not as Whenever you have much Interested in our schools as they urday at the home of Miss Nora McCoy. ers, nonbreediness, undesirable shape, symptoms of liver trouble, stop It im color or imperfect shelling of eggs, or mediately. You can do It harmlessly should be. They leave it to a few and Every one reports a delightlul time. to indicate cases of illness or leg weakthink that they should see to it that we UV-VIJM. H. Norton was in Constantino LAX, anil mildly by taking ness during the period of development have a good school. It is everybody's last week on business. the natural vegetable compound that which later may be outgrown. It business to do ull in their power to have is replacing calomel everywhere. When the selection of breeding the best school. A lazy liver leads to chronic dysuep has all the effectiveness, not the effect pens is made, the various colored bands We can boust of having tho largest sla and constipation, weakens the of calomel. Insist on getting the on the birds will help the poultryman LAX, bearing the Ireshmau class in our High School that whole system. Doan's Reguleta (25c to steer clear of the danger of using for original LIV-VKper box) act mildly on the liver and breeding stock birds that appear fit but likeness and signature of L. K, Grigs-b- we know of iu the State, There are of them. They certainly bowles. At all drug stores, are unfit hereditarily." which is guaranteed to give satis- twenty-sifaction or money refunded. For sal stand together and have things their Use the want column Want Ads. way in the Literary Society. They are Read the Klncheloe's Pharmacy. e, Has-well. Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Snow Drift. Bob White or Kxtra Fancy flour from your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Self-Risin- Energy g Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., . Kardlnsburg, Ky. Theater Watch For Our Sale ...Advertisement... 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