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The Breckenridge news: March 31, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915033101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 31, 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 VOL. XXXIX MRS. SAWYER DIES E PRINT. 8 Pages .No. and Fiscal CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915. 39 Courts 8. FOOTE DIES III TEXAS Eight 0 TO Qgffiflr SOUTHERN BAPTIST Quarterly NUMBER 250,000 Mis- & Surround Her stricken With Paralysis and With Love and Thoughtfuiness Never Regained Conscious-i- n I ast Honrs of Her Life fhn nocc Fnnnral and Burial at Old. ighty-three Years -EIrvington. Children I And Are Told About at the Quarterly court next Mond.t nnd the regular session of the Fiscal court will be held next Tuesday, April 6. Squire C. K Bobbins, member from the First District w ill not be able to attend on account illness. sionary Conference Held Here Friday- - Small Crowd to Hear Big Men of Southern Baptist DINNER AT Goes to Colorado. Dear Mr B.tbbage: l'lease change the address of my paper from Irvington, Ky., to Rocky Ford, Colo., 708 South I5H1 street, and oblige. We can eel the Democratic news iu Colorado and we want to read the Democratic news of Kentucky. Yours truly, P. BOBBINS. FUNERAL WAS HELD SUNDAY MASONS CONDUCT SERVICES. OELZE'S HALL. n frai The Irvington, 'March 29. Special Mrs. Frances llorr Lamar Sawyer funeral services of Kdwin S. Foote, of .died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Owensboro, were conducted by the Rev. F. Sawyer In this, city Friday afternoon T J. Wade at the Methodist church at 4:45 o'clock after a week's Illness. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at this She was surrounded by her children, place The Masons conducted the serfour oi' them came from three distant vices at Cedar Hill cemetery. A large (States to be with their mother in the concourse of people attended and the f last momentii of her life. Mrs. Sawyer many floral gifts were beautiful. was seriously ill jut.t a week, but all Mr. Footc died at llrownswood, Texas, winter she was not well and often re March 24. He was stricken with paralmarked that she would not be here ysis while sitting in the lobby of the .much longer.' Her death was due to hotel in that city. His pipe dropped ears, from his han.l and a man, who was talksenility, as she was eighty-thre- e nlne months and thirteen days old. ing to hint, noticed he did not try to Mrs. Sawyer was born in Hancock Skilled physicians pick up the pipe. county, near Hawesville, June 13, 1831, were ca led immediately, but Mr. Foote and was married to Thomas Henry never regained consciousness The , Sawyer in 1848. Au interesting event family at Owensboro was notified and in their lives wasan overland trip made Mrs. Grace Conover and Ernest Foote, ,to California in I852, of which Mrs. left at once for their father's bedside, Sawyer prepared an account for the but life was extinct when they reached Breckenridge News some years ago him The body arrived in Irvington 'when it was published. In IS04 they Friday morning and was taken to the took up their permanent residence in home of Mrs Nora Hoard. eleven It. Cloverport. nf There were Hvincr ar fnl Mr. Foote was the oldest son of Mr. vuhnm nrp dren. elohr and Mrs. I.udwell Alexander Foote and . .... t. . . . . w 1 Airs. 1, u. Anaerson ot unites was born at the old Foote homestead, VkAA. Tutjs- - P P. Rfiuvr nnil T. P. near Bewleyville, February 27, 1858 Sawjer, of Cloverport; Mrs. B. S. His early life was spent on his father's Whitehouse, of West Point; Mrs. S. D. farm with the exception of the time he Lloyd, of Bexley, Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. spent at the Kentucky Military Institute Mrs Nannie S. Wills, Louisville; Mrs. at Lexington. A. N. Heston, of Sikeston. Mo., and J. Mr. Foote married Miss Anna HenJ. Sawyer, of Cloverport. derson March 16, 1880, and went to The funeral was conducted from the Owensboro to make their home Suchome Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by cess attended him and he was otic of the the Rev. E. O. Cottrell, pastor of the highest salaried men on the road. He Baptist church of which Mrs. Sawyer traveled for the Owensboro Wagon and was a member. The Rev. W. C. Frank Buggy Company, chapassisted, reading the thirty-firs- t Mr. Foote leaves his wife, one son, ter o'f Proverbs, which gives the picture Ernest Foote, three daughters, Mrs of an ideal mother which was true of Grace Conover, Misses Cecil and Bertha Mrs. Sawyer. Music was rendered at Foote, his mother, Mrs. Sue P. Foote, the residence and at the grave in the now eighty-thre- e years old, three broth Cloverport cemetery. ers, Gerard and Wallace Foote, and Dr. The pall bearers were: Messrs. Frank Foote, three sisters, Mrs. V. G. Payne, Chas. E. Lightfoot, J. C. Nolte, P. W. Babbage, Mrs. Nannie Ross and Mrs. Morton Penick, C, W. Weatherholt and Ellen Board. L.rB. Perkins. People from a distance who attended Sweet flowers wern sent in memory the funeral of Mr. Foote were: Mrs. of Mrs. Sawyer. Rose Henderson, Louisville, Mrs Co'e-maMiss Gense Wills, of Louisville; Mrs. Jackson, Tenn.; Miss Susie Jolly, Sue Hawley, of Hawesville; Mrs. P. M. Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. BabBeard, of Hardinsbur?. and Richard Lebaf"Whitehot'se, of West Point, were the bage, Cloverport, Junious Foote non, Mr. McCormick, Master Masonic family connections who came to attend Lodge, Owensboro, and Mr. S aughter, the funeral. Owensboro Wagon Works, the firm that Mr. Foote represented. ' n, ;. there any one in this community who will be deaf to the call for divine worship an the beautiful feast day of Easter? It is the day of days in Christian churches throughout the land. On Christmas day the Redeemer was bom. On Easter Sunday he arose from the dead. It is the joyous church season. The churches, always beautiful, are gloriously beautiful Easter Sunday morning. They are bedecked with flowers. There are special musical programs. Special sermons are preached. Churches of all denominations are prepared to welcome the throngs. In every church in this community on Easter Sunday there is an attractive service, with special music and a Encourage the churches in their noble special sermon. work by visiting them on this splendid occasion. GO TO CHURCH EASTER SUNDAY. IS Many lliptlsts of the Breckenridge Baptist Association tnis.seil splendid and a delicious dinner at Hebe's Hall Friday when they stayed away from the Missionary Conference at the Baptist church in this city. The was opened in the morning by the Rev K O Cottrell and the Rev. O. J. Cole, of Bowline Green. Short reports were given from a few of the churches represented. Sam Robhitts and Haydeti Curl, of Amnions, Ky., said their church was not doing its best. Rev. Harvey Kuglish, of Stephensport, said the Baptist church there was without a pastor and thought "most any preacher would be good enough " J. I,. Dellart, of McQuady. spoke with ambition for his chuich. Miss Pearl Belle Mattingly, of Garfield, represented the Garfield church. Miss Esther I'ayne and Miss Cecil Di, of Stephensport, were here, The young women are enthusiastic workers in their churches. Miss I'ayne rendered beautifully n solo in the afternoon. pro-cra- Gregoras Paper Edward Gregory & Sons have a new wall paper named for them. The senior member of the firm designed the pattern and a paper company is printing it in their name. The Gregoras is deft blue and cherry and is very nrtistic. Machine Shop Irvington C. W. Chapin, Irvington, has added s to his blacksmith shop a machinist outfit and tools for doing tin work, Mr. Chapin has had several years' experience with machinery and is now fixed to do most any kind of work in that line. first-clas- ADDITIONAL LOCAL Mrs. Melviu Cockerill, of Tobinsort, visited last week iu Stephensport. Mr. and Mrs. I ''rank Brickey and family, of near Clover Creek, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hrnest Bate Sunday. Mrs. Susan Bate, of Clover Creek, is visiting her sou, Hrnest Pate, and wife. Mrs. John Ridge and sou, Vernon, are on the sick list. Oliie Bate visited relatives iu Louisville Saturday. Miss Maud Hauibleton is visiting relatives iu Louisville. Mrs. Herbert Tinitts, of .Mattingly, who has been confined to her bed for some time, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pate, of near Hardin's schoolhouse, gave the young people a social last week. All report a good time. Mrs. Jim Waters was called to Bowling Green recently to attend the funeral of her brother, Lee Kewark. Church to Church Campaign. No Sale This Week ! On account of the dry weather we were unable to have our regular Sale this week. Just as soon as a season comes, so tobacco can be handled, we will have our regular sales. If a season comes this week our House will be open next Tuesday, April 6. Bring your tobacco. Prices will be better. Card of Thanks. t our neighbors and Died of Heart Trouble. Star, the minifor their kind ser John Greer, aged eighty four, died at Sawyer Famllv. his home at Whltesville, Ky., after an ilfness lasting several months of heart fHanA kill, uillic vr mil xius. trouble. Tittle j.xi.uu. We sincerely thank friends, the Eastern sters and the choirs The vices. Breckenridge Loose Leaf j Tobacco Warehouse Co. i I Dr. A. C Cree, of At'anta, Ga. , gave plan for a church to church campaign that would build up a mercantile business as well as the church membership. Plans, preparation and advertising were urged Dr. Cree insisted on every church having a pastor and emphasised pastoral work. He showed the foolish expense and waste of time and money of having a preacher come once a mouth. "Increase your offerings to missions and you will increase your pastor's salary, and an increase in pastor's salary does not afilict missions because the more people give, the more they want to give." He explained that giving was like a woman dressing her hair, tf she combed it every morning it was easy, but to comb it once a week made it hard The every day attention kept out the tangles, and was the same way with giving to the church Mrs. Kate Coleman Notice to Millners Hetikle, of Owensboro, brought out tithing and other methods of giving. l'lease do not ask correspondents to She is a beautiful woman and made a give millinery notices free. They are beautiful talk. advertisements and charged for at our regular rates. John D. Babbage. Hen Day Celebrated. ft j Hardinsburg, Ky. U. John S. Noell Dead. John Samuel Noell died :it his home nt Heaver Lick, Hoone county, Ky., Friday, March 25. He was about 01 years old, and leaves .1 wile and one son, Joe Lee Noell, who at one time lived on the Hardinsburc pike. lie was a nephew to Mr. Willis Noell. His two sisters, Mrs. Samuel Muffett and Mrs. Alvey Weatherholt, were known to many of the people in Ureckenridue county. He was burled Sunday, March 28, at Beach Lick, Ky. District Nurse Coming Early in April the Ktntucky Tuberculosis Commission will seed Miss Km. nri Hunt to work in Breckenridge county, principally In the towns of Cloverport, Stephensport, Hardinsburc aud Irvincton. The Breckenridge County Public Health League was formed last sutntnep for the purpose of with the State Commis sion in this work. 8 S. R. FCIL rtmt. rucMKiit, Crftfeati Rjtiut in 7 Inl.luli if ffcjrutj. Worms SAL-VE- T At one church Mrs. Hcttkle told of a Woman's Missionary Society celebrating "Hen I)a." when every member gave a hen to be sold for missions Before the day was over there were 60 hens in the church coop She told of w omen who gave every Sunday egg laid in their poultry pens on the Sabbath Her call for larger giving w ill certainly go out to the .successful poultry women in Breckenridge "1 believe in having our churches as beautiful as our homes," said Mrs Heukle, but she pleaded for more thought and prayers and service for those who know nothing of churches aud of Christ. She urges women to concent themselves not so much about material things, but about things that do Those things that do not not perish. go out of style. Will Probated The will of J. L. Henry, deceased, was probated in the county court on March 2'.1. He bequeathed all of his estate, real and personal, to his wife, Nancy 11. Henry, during her natural life. At her death it is to be divided equally between his children. He makes his wife executor ot his will nnd that no bon'd be rtquired. The will is dated October 24, I9I3. aud is witnessed by I. M. Hermloti, G. S. Aslicraft and J. H. Herndon Building An Elevator Returned Missionary. The Rev. J II. Benson, of Mexico, gave a plain, loving talk about the peo ple he had recently left in the arms of war. "It is hard to be a Christian in Mexico. A Christian in this country is honored, but in Mexico, he is deserted by his family and friends unless they are lead to Christ with him." stands back of it You take no risk in buying at our store. The maker we stand back of . m Methodist Notes. it. If it does not destroy the Intestinal and stomach worms anu put your stoclt in top condition, you get your moneys back. Mary Gray Conrad. The Great Worm Destroyer a. and Conditioner they cat your prof. I.J Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad, are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of their second daughter. She will be Sunday morning, beginning at eleven o'clock. The public is cordially inchristened Mary Gray Conrad. vited. The cottage prayer meeting will meet at Mrs. Hillary Hardin's STOCK NOTES Friday. A series of meetings will begin at the Methodist church in this city next Sunday evening. An Easter program will be rendered by the Sunday school H. A. Dutschke, Stephensport, was in Louisville Monday. Mr. Dutschke is building a 15,000 bushel elevator near the depot. Later on he will move his mill to this location. Mr. Dutschke is making a success of the mill in Stephensport, doing a fine business nnd giving general satisfaction to the patrons of the mill. Mrs Eli Johnson III is the best live stock insurance you can get. Worms suck the blood and tap the vitality of your slock Wormian rourrcitttcnmici. llobulMa. : sal-ve- t in this locality. This is We Are Exclusive ,., ., tnc remedy you htvt tccn advtrtltcd In in. -1k your farm pipr tht remedy recommended by many leading authorillc i.iodt troy worms and keep etock In condition. Ak (or Ihc free SlVET booklet 0) by DtaHmj With U You SavTlm sad rreUkt Chart Agents fr J. F. McGary & Sons, Kirk, bought three head of fine steers from Dennie Sheeran, Tarfork. Thev averaged 1,230. Price 5ic and 6jc. Kx Sheriff Dennie Sheeran is feeding 25 head of cattle. They are good ones. Heard Hros shipped a car load of hogs and cattle to Louisville Monday. A. J. Dye, deputy sheriff, fourth district, bought a fine saddle horse from Geo. Lyddan last week. Irish Literary Evening. The seniors of St. Komuald's High School entertainment March 17 with a St. Patrick's Literary Evening, followed by a good "old fashioned candy pull." A pleasing program of Irish music and singing was rendered. The color scheme of green aud white was carried out in all the decorations. The efforts of the pupils are always greatly commended by the Rev. Father Norman. Mrs. (irayson Payne,' of Lodlburg, was called to Guston Mopday to see Musician Succeeding. her sister, Mrs. Ell Johnson, who is quite ill and not expected to recover. Friends of Mrs. Maxwell, who was has tuberculosis. Miss Lillian Slppel, will be pleased to Mrs. Johnson know her husband is winning success Machine Shop Opens. in musical circles. The Monroe, Wis,, Journal contained the following A machine and repair shop Is opened in a recent Knights of Pythias banquet this week by Bishop & Co. in the notice: Mr. Maxwell, who is fast becoming Marlon Weatherholt building in Elm James Bishop Is manager. known asamuiician of ability, pleased street. the gathering with a well rendered Mr. Bishop will carry a complete line cornet solo and he was accorded rounds of aulo. supplies and other mechanical of applause far some very clever work. equipments. Millinery Opening. Prof. Williams In d. Undergoes Operation. Mrs. Denton Eubank underwent an operation for tumor last week in Her mother! Mrs. in Chattanooga. Robert Polk, ie with her. The operation was successful. McQuady Milling Company, McQuady, Ky. T. Francis Williams has been reof the HardinsKentucky approach to the Burlington parlors uf the Garfield Hotel Thursday, burg city schools and principal of the bridge, which will cross the Ohio April 1. A cordial invitation is ex Breckenridge county school. This is river at Metropolis, III., twelve milts tended to the women and young people Mr. Williams' third year in then of Garfield and the community. below Paducab. Mrs. V. It 200 Men Busy. Mattingly will have an About 200 men are employed on the Interesting millinery opening the elected superintendent . of COOPER TALKED TO MANYFARMERS Great European War Will Not Affect Distribution of Tanlac. her cousin, Mlts Ida Dutchke, of Holt, last week. Krle Hardin, of New York City, spent two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs V. II. Hardin of Owensbcro. High-Grad- e, THIS at Well-Mad- Wave Deickman, of Stephcnsport, was In Lodlburg Saturday J. II. Avltt shipped a nice veal to is the way you find our Clothing, Hats and Shoes. Louisville last Thursday, weighing V08 pounds, for 8i cents. I Every article in these large departments are all right Lcxlnyton, March 3O. Thousands of Mr. and Mrs Clabe Dowell, or near farmer from Fayette and adjoining Hardlnsburg, visited Mrs. Uowell's all times, they are Standard Values for sturdy people counties heard L. T. Cooper, the great Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avitt, Sun philanthropist, in Lexington recently. parents, day. and we have a superior selection. Cooper gave one of his famous lec Mr. and Mrs. Carlt. Payne visited tures on health and hygiene, In con ncctlon with an interesting demo- Mr. aud Mrs. Kcese French, of Mystic, nstration of the merits of Tanlac, the Sunday G. R. Cox visited his parents, Mr. remarkable medicine he Is Introducing and Mrs. Dick Cox, of Union Star, last to tho American people. Several score of tneso same farmers Sunday. took part in the agricultural exposition l'rof. Arthur Ater and Mrs. Arthur Why pay fancy prices for your Clothing when you can get FANCY conducted by Cooper at his own per Ater and little daughter, Helen Bandy, CLOTHING AT MODERATE PRICES. We have Fancy Grays with Green sonal expense in Lexington. Many of of Irvington, visited Mrs. Ater's par the displays excelled the exhibits seen ents, Mr. and Mrs. June Dandy, last Stripe, Blue Serges, Brown and Green Mixed, Fine Gray Plaids, Pin Stripes, at the county fairs, and have attracted Saturday and Sunday. Light Blue Plaids, Light Blue Stripes, and one look at these beautiful suits, widespread attention throughout Ken Mc. Uasham, of Owensboro, is the tucky. made of serviceable cloth of the right color, will convince you of their wonguest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. In speaking of Tanlac and the re Richard Uasham, this week. derful worth. Prices from markable cures his L'reat medicine is Mrs. G. K. Cox visited friends in fulfilling, Cooper, said to the farmers: Brandenburg last Saturday and Sun"Tanlac, gentlemen, is not a comTanlac is a day. mon patent medicine. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown were -- the kind of proprietary medicine medicine recently spoken of by Hon. guests of Mrs. lirown's parents, Mr. Oscar Underwood, the Democratic and Mrs. Reese French, of Mystic, last BAKING POWDER leader of the House of Representatives Sunday. in our national Congress at WashingJeff Adkisson has bought of Tom ton, D. C. You all know that Mr. Robertson a dwelling house and lot That are "STERLING" in every respect they are the Swann brand. We Underwood was a candidate for the here in Lodlburg. Price paid, $200. purest. Best have the latest and most shapes and colors. They wear longer and Democratic nomination for president, Mr. and Mrs. Lec Shaw and family, and that he is a man of great ability ot Mystic, were visiting his sister, Mrs. look better. When vou buy be sure you get the SWANN BRAND, THEY Best because' fails. He is a native and Integrity. I. C. Argabrlght, and husband last ARE STANDARD.' Prices too. it makes every baking Sunday. "Realizing what a real hardship it light, fluffy and evenly Those confined to their room with would bring to the thousands of Amerraised. Best because grippe are: Hubert Keys, George ican people who dally use Tanlac and Cook and Sam Adkisson. it is moderate in cost-hi-ghest similar proprietary medicines, should We Have a Big Assortment of Straw Hats for Your Early Selection. ' J. W. Brown attended the funeral of in quality. these preparations be included among his uncle, J. L Henry, at Irvington. the popular commodities upon which a At your grocers. special revenue tax was placed, Con last Sunday. gressman Underwood, with character-ti- c For baby's croup, Willie's daily cuts safeguard of the people's rights, sore throat, RECEIVED placed himself on record as unalter- and bruises, mamma's Men's Ladies' patent Coloiral Pumps, with Cuban Oxfords in black and tan, Dr. Thomas's HIGHEST would Grandma's lameness. ably opposed to anything that both good styles and sorvice- Eclectic Oil the household remedy and common sense heels', An AWARDS increase the price of proprietary mediable, price $3.50 to urtiOU and 50c OOiOU for $2.00 and cines, or which w uld tend to deprive 25c World'. Pure Food Expo. Men's Blucher Oxfords in black and tan, box aition, Chicago, 111. the working man of his best friends. Ladies patent tip Colonial Pumps, with fancy and recced i tip toe, medium Ai nn Pari Exposition. Franco "The result was that Tanlac and March, 1912 Heel, price .$3.00 to .. 04iUU brocaded tops and the Cuban An proprietary medicines were similar There is no wardrobe complete without heel; price $2.50 to OuiOU tricken completely oil the war revenues a pair of Star Brand shoes and tho man or bill. Thus It is, gentlemen, that the Ladiei"' Dies at the Age of Seventy Oxford, Medium woman who does not wear them do not rethousands of sufferers in this country Heel, Cap Toe, price alize the comfort in life they are missing. arc enabled to obtain Tanlac now at a Years One of Best Known Ym too I Wt tit moaf f wlwnmuled.bay eVtp or H I price within reach of the most modest Caltmct. powder. Don't b Men in Breckenridge County. I btkioc emieJ (nor whlctmt Br m best rcsaita. I fir 1 more I means." The Ladies' Hats are most beautiful this time. Be sure to see our display to wor milk and aoda. ft Calumet it Ur mperior Here, Cooper, holding the attention before you place your order. They are right in style, price and workmanship. of the great assemblage, explained Lndiburg, March 2!). (Special.) and enumerated the symp- Andy Adkisson was horn in I84 , joined the cati-.etoms of stomarh, liver and kianey the Walnut Grove Baptist church in SHERIFF'S SALE! troubles. lsS6, and died March Us, I9I5, at the stomach, liver age of 70 years and a few months. "Most of the (venditioni ICsponas) and kidney troubles." said the noted There was just nine days difference in Ily vlrture of a Judgment No 723 ai student, "are due almost entirely to his death aud brother, Dr. S. B. reeled to me, which issued from the catarrhal inlUmmation of thou-Clerk's Ollice of the Ureckeuridge death. ank of The constant coughing up of He died of pneumonia fever. ISv-- i Circuit Court in favor of the Cloverport against F. L Lightfoot and mucus, dull, tluol.bing headacnes, erything was done that hands CrilKon, I, or one of mv deputies. pilns in tho pit of tne stomach, side cculd do butut no avail. On March -- s, will,lion Monday, the 26th day of April, 1915, and kidney legion, lost appetite, nerv- he breathed his last, on the 'Jliih he ws between the hours ot i2u clock, a in., ousness, lost ambition, depression of followed to the Walnut Grove cemetery and J o'clock, p m., at tlis Court Houie Hardlusliuri; Ky., exspirits and susceptibility to coughs by a large concourse of mourning rela- pose to door in Sale to the highest bid Public ami culds, ato cemmuu symptoms of tives aud friends. He leaves two der, the fallowing described property, day cf sale, and having the force and this miserable condition from winch so brothers, Clint and Samuel Adkisson, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintilT's debr. interest and many sullcr." A. T. BEAKD. S. B C. aLtl one sister, Mollie. Ths funeral Two Hundred Dollars By W. C. PATE, O. S. Coopor then produced hundred--, of services were conducted by T. B. Hen costs, to wit; and tifty cents (.'()). 511 ) testimonials from Lexington people as derson. The were: W.N A certain paicl ot ground, lying and , Don't Drench Horses. convincing evidence of the genuine Head, Owen Patks, Chas. Claycumb, being in the Citv of Ky , and is the west half of lot No 29. with B If. Hardin, Tom Coinpton and A. merits of Tanlac. Use Karris Colic Remedy. Simply :i frontage of 50 fee on Kourth strett Tanlac is sold in Cloverport by Wed- Keys. and rui ning back by paralleled lines drop It on the horse's tongue with the ding's Diuj Store and in Irvmgton by Andy Adkisson was one of the best 17. feet to an alley and is a part of the medicine dropper that Is furnished e, Irvington Pharmacy. to H U. citizens that Breckenridge county uf same property by J. It. Oeliavim, Commission- with every !i0 cts. bottle. Cures fifty-niforded. He was indeed a most lovable times out of sixty, and tho women er, on the 3rd day of October, 1872, man. a Christian gentleman, strictly and recorded In Commissioner's Deed can give it when you are away. LODIBURG. Hook No. 28, page .KiS in Breckenridge Money hack If It fails honest,. exact and fair to a fault in all For sale at County Clerk's Office, and levied upon Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. his dealings with his fellowmen. He as the property of Ur. F. L Lightfoot. Miss Icy May John-oof Kiymond, was liked and admired by every one be Terms: Sale will be made 011 a was t.ie week end guest of her cousin, cause of his universal kindness and hi credit of (i months, bond with approved NEW BETHEL. disposition to make friends Socially security required, bearing Interest at Mrs. Grayson Payne. BOURBON DARE is a saddle and harness stallion, he had few equals, and few men had so the rale of 6 per cent per annum from , -q IJ M 1 1 Guy Gibson, of Sample, visited his t Miss Mary Robertson, of Union Star, day of sale, and having the force and yeuis-ui- u una t tnanus nign: niaoK witn wnite star. 110 is io many friends. uncle, Mason Ilendrick, Saturday. effect of a Judgment. returned home last Thursday, after a Mr Adkisson will be sadly missed in iiuuij iuiiucu; noifjui uuuui luuu ius. no is 11 uuo uiueuer. A. T. UICARD. S. U. C. two weeks' visit to friends In Louis- tills community W. L. Seaton went to Sample Satur By W. C. 1'ATE, O. C. where he has lived aud His colts go tho gaits; they ure fine size. Better see him aud ville. day. spent his whole life. his colts before breeding elsewhere; colts fine size and color. Mrs. G. R. Cox visited her sister, D. C. Walls and wife, of Hardins Mrs. Asklns, of Steuhensport, Tuesburg, visited his sister, Mrs. D. S. MilSHERIFF'S SALE! A lazy liver leads to chronic dysuep day. ler, last Tuesday. sla and constipation, weakens the Mrs. Frances OrendolT, of Webster, whole system. Doan's Regulets (25c Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller were guests (venditioni Exponas) Bourbon Dare is by Bourke Cochran No. 2158; he by visited Mrs Jess Parks last week. per box) act mildly on the liver and Uy virtue of a Judgment No. GO!) di of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Chester Dare No. 10; he by Black Squirrel No. 58; 1st dam MaZeno Hcndrlck, of Clover Creek, last Mrs. Ida Nottingham was the guest bowles. At all drug stores. rected to me, which issued from the bel Denmark No. 2019; she by Denmark Chief No. 682; BourClerk's Ollice of the Breckenridge Sunday. bon Dare's 1st dam Lady Lyster, by Crabb's Bourbon DenCircuit Court in favor of J. B. Bates Atwood went to Sample on Porter mark No. 559, 2nd dam Daisy Dean by Old Stranger. & Sons against F. M. IJurden, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, business Wednesday. me lomoiyoi April, iid, between the D.J. Roberts shipped a couple of hours of vi o'clock, a. m.. and 2 o'clock, steers to Evansville that weighed 3.3OO This horse will make the season of 1915 at my barn at p. m , at the Court House door In Union Star, Ky. Will serve mares at $8.00 for colts that stand Hardinsburg, Ky., expose to Public pounds. Sale to the highest bidder, the foland suckle. Accidents at owner's risk. Colts stand good for Mrs. Ollle Seaton and son, Alvin, lowing described property, or so much were In Hardinsburg Thursday. From Single Comb Black Mlnorcas season. thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Sunday School at New' Bethel each plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, ($70 SO) Seventy dollar and Sunday afternoon at 2:.V. thirty nine cents. Executed by levyEggs For Utility Purposes $1.50 per Sitting Farmers of this place are breaking ing on a certain tract of land, lying and being In Breckenridge County, and ground and preparing for a large This mating lias tho first prize pullot at Hardinsburg bounded as follows: acreage of corn, but the tobacco crop Show, first prizo pullet at Kentucky State Show, Lexington. Union Star, Ky. Beginning at a stone on the side of The offspring from this matin": will produco boitio excellent the Howling Green road; thence N. will be short. birds. 87J4 E. 01 poles to a stone: thence N. Carl Armstrong, of Alexis, III., who 23 V. 44 poles to a black oak; thence came In last week to see his father, Jas. Eggs From Prize-WinniBirds $3.50 per Sitting N. 42 E. 53 poles to a black oak tree; Armstrong, ot Sample, has returned to Missionary Society at Harned Mv Religious Duties? Mrs. A. Weath-erforTfiYz E. 53 poles to a stone; thence N. his home. This mating includes best pen, best cock, best hen, any to a stone; thence N. 7s W. 37 75 poles The W. B. M. S. will meet Wednes Robert Miller visited his cousin, Zeno All members are asked to be present. ago or breed in Hardinsliurg Show. 1st cock, 2nd and 3rd poles to a chestnut: thence S. & W. 44 day, April I, with Miss Ellen Mingus. prize lien at Kentucky State Show, Lexington. This mating poles to a stone; thence N. 8U W. 33 Miller, last Sunday. TIM QuMm That The Some Interesting numbers of the pro tai Nrt Affwtrr. r i poles to a stone: thence N. 68 W. 24 will produco d in any show room. All are standBecame of iti tonic inri tatl poles to a white oak; thence S 62 W gram are: Tivit niioun ntiiNiNHU Ki,.P,i..n ard weight and all of tho largo, rangy, and truo Minorca Notice. ana aoei not ceuse nerroaiacM 30 poles to a hickory at the church Scripture Reading. Luke, l.sth chan uuimne In bead. Remember the full name twr floctog typo, nave excellent color, and will produce largo, white IM yard and road; thence with said road Mfcrch Any one having ter By the president, Mrs. R. S. Pate. look for the ixnalurc of B. W. OKOV8. IM. IO15. eggs, and many of them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. south to the Buffalo hill at the beginJust Where Am I Making My Great ning, containing One Hundred acres, claims against the estate of John FurFires Under Central. and levied upon as the property of V. row, deceased, will present them to the est Mistake Ky Miss Maud Smith. m. ouruen. The forest fires In the mountains of Am I Studying My Bible Daily, and undersigned, duly sworn to and proven Terms: Sale will be made on a Eastern Kentucky, which hare credit of 6 months, bond with approved according to law, before the 30th day How Much Time do I Spend in Prayer burning for the last several days, bm bm By Mrs. W. T. Gregory. Chas. H. Smart, security required, bearing interest at of April, 191s. now under control. The report mM How Many Things do I Put Before dense smoke overhangs a large area. the rats of 6 per ctnt per annum from Administrator, Cloverport, Ky. e CLOTHING $10.00 up-to-d- ate For Every Baking Best CALUMET it's the because it never to $25.00 because. $1.50 and $2.50 rn STAR BRAND OXFORDS rn ai rn aXlwC22oHHHBMMa u -- m S3.50 s 1 B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Kentucky lo.-in- To-wi- t: Clovi-rpart- BOURBON DARE 1 New-som- ne ii G- 1 PEDIGREE: jTjumnrjiJiiuirju uu. .TUiu.it EGGS FOR HATCHING g, to-w- it: HORACE McCOY, Owner ng d. prize-wiunor- j I PHIL McGARY, Hardinsburg, Ky. GARFKLB NEWS NOTES By IHjJU a Cloverport Resident. would have because Mr Johnson Is one of ourselves, a citizen of Cloverport If It proved of assistance to but one person In Cloverport, it wilt have been well worth the telling. W. M. Johnson, prop, restaurant, fOBINSPORT. Roy Six has measlts. Wilbur Gruver, of Rome, is here assessing both personal and land. Miss Ada Polk is numbered with the sick. Dr. C. R, Llghtfoot called professionally Tuesday on Mrs. Mvrta Stlth J. W. Lyons, who has been poorly of grip for some time, does not Improve, Several pupils are out of school this week on account of being 111 of scarlet ITEM Live -- Mrs. Pate The following has Interest in Sunday Schools Cloverport residents more interest for than It otherwise Entertains-Cha- s. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? larnes at Once. to Build Storehouse AT THE OLD RELIABLE PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Miss Cora Mae Tabor, who is Attend ing school in Hardinsburg, was the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Tabor. Miss Lucy Kennedy Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nannie Dowell, in Louis ville. Interest in our Sunday Schools at both churches has been good all through the winter months, and is unusually good at present. Mrs. Cora Priest and Mrs. Denton have been visiting friends in Guslon. Jim Willis, from Hardinsburg, was here Friday on business. The many friends here of Miss Effie Miss Lucy LeGrand, who Is attending school in Hardinsburg, visited her Coleman will be glud to know thatshe parents, Mr. and Mrs. Houston Le- will have charge of the millinery de purinient for I. H. RUhardson again Grand, Sunday. this season with cheaper, prettier hats Weatherford and Miss Bessie Robert than ever before. B. Weatherford, from Harned, were Mrs. Lottie Richardson visited rela guests of relatives here Sunday. Cloverport, Ky.. says: "For six years I was afflicted with kidney trouble. I had pains in the small of my back and was lame when I got up In the morning. I tired easily .felt, languid and was nervous. The passage of the kidney secretions were too frequent, obliging me to get up at night Doan's Kidney Pills brought, me great relief. You may continue publishing the endorsement I have given Doan's Kidney Pills before." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy set Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Johnson had. Foster Milburn Co , Props . Buffalo, N. Y. rash. A lovely little daughter was born on Friday last to Mr. and Mrs. C. Beavln. Dr. McDonald was over to Alec Ahl's Tuesday to treat his little daughter, Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. For Easter hints and spring bargains read Beard's ad. Joe Shrewsbury from Mook, was vis iting his daughter, Mrs. George Drane, Saturday, Stanley Thornhill and family, who have been living in Louisville, have moved to D. II. Smith's farm for the year. Mrs. M. P. .Compton, from Hardinsburg, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. I. B. Richardson, Wednesday. Mrs. David Penick and daughter, Margaret Penick, who have been visiting in Louisville for several weeks, re turned home Friday. Chas. Barnes has bought Harry Ken nedy's house and lot and will build a storehouse at once. Mrs. Cattle Pate entertained at dinner the members of the Baptist W. M. S. at her hospitable home Saturday. The date of their meeting has been changed to Wednesday afternoon after the first Sunday in each month. ttvesin Hardinsburg Friday. Keep Your Bowels Regular. As everyone knows, the bowels nre A Specific Against Colds. the sewerage system of the body, and It Is of the greatest Importance that "If there is such a thing as a specific they move once each day. If your colds, it is to be found In the a close bowels become constipated, take sleeping porch or the open bed room. of Chamberlnin'i Tablets just after supNext to that comes the cold sponge per and they will correct the disorder. bath In the morning," says the Youths Obtainable everywhere. Be as careful as you can Companion. you will occasionally take cold and Cattle Sales. when you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help in W. R. Moorman and son, of Qlen rid of It. Try it. Dean, sold to R. H. McGaughey a pair enabling you to get Obtainable everywhere. of Polled Durham calves that will be put In his show herd this year. This Is the third bull they have sold Mr. The Useful Woodpecker. McGaughey in the past six years Woodpeckers of all kinds should get They also sold W. H. Nofslnger, of Central City, Ky., a pair of Polled the full protection of every boy and girl, as they are of Inestimable value In Durham calves. destroying the numerous Insect pests Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly that would ruin woods and foliage. In woodThe Old Standard general strengthening tonic, Germany the forester and the GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out pecker nre considered great friends and Malarla.enrlches the blood.and builds up the system. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c it is with pride that the forester points ng.-iIr- England and his sister, Mrs. Jack Hartley, of Evansvllle, came up in his auto Friday. Mrs. Walter Weatherholt's children contracted measles whlleslie was teaching school near Hawesvllle. Hugh Weatherholt, who Is representing the Cadick Mills, of Grandvlew, purchased 2,500 bushels of wheat here for $1.-1per bushel delivered on the bank. Alex Ahl and Conrad Simons each had over a thourand bushels. The Nancy Leaf farm was sold at public sale Saturday to Philip Fox, of Rome. The bidding was slow and went up by a dollar at a time until the last bias when Mr. Fox bid 25 cents over Shirley England whose bid was $2,515 Mr. Fox also bid In the 30 acres of hill land lor $l,2 Cannelton Enquirer. Mabel. Shirley SYMPTOMS Slight Symptoms Sometimes Presage Serious Results. Do you feel tired, have you a sallow complexion,' constipation, headache, bad breath, sleeplessness or circles around your eyes? If so, you arc un doubtedly sullerlng from some liver BLACK KNIGHT! complaint. Perhapi ou don't feel verv badly now, but delav Is daneerons. To allow your liver to continue out of order, is to Invite a serious chronic illness. Whenever you have the slightest symptoms of liver trouble, stop It Immediately. You can do It harmlessly and mildly by taking LAX, the natural vegetable compound that is replacing calomel everywhere.. It has all the effectiveness, not the effect of calomel. Insist on gettiug the original LIV-VELAX, bearing the likeness and signature of L. IC. Grigs-bwhich is guaranteed to give satis faction or money refunded. For sale by Kincheloc's Pharmacy. LIV-VEy, Drury's Breeding i Stock! i Arlington 3433. Register No. ARLINGTON DARE is a large bay Stallion, star, hind ankles white; sire Highland Dare, No. 1534; he by Chester Dare, No. 10; dam Mary Skelton, No, 5153; she by Arlington Denmark, No. 26, and he by Mambryno Denmark. This Stallion was foaled in 1908 and has proven himself a breeder of high class. He is a strong individual and a bold going fellow, with lots of size and finish. This Stallion and two Jacks will be found at my place, one mile East of Bewleyville on the Louisville road. ARLINGTON D VRE will be -- to his little feathered helpers niding him to improve his "stand of trees." In nearly all wooded parts of the world, woodpeckers are to be found. There are said to be over three hun dred species. It Is a familiar sight in the orchard or along the roadside to see th se birds busily searching for insects to appease ti eir appetite. They are doing a grent service by preventing the ravages of the countless enemies of the trees. A tree perfectly clean from in sects will never he attacked, and it is only on trees already full of insects that the birds try to get their food. They nest in a small hole cut into the trunk of a tree, and as a tule use for this pur pose the decayed remnants of a broken-of- t limb. They have no nesting material of any kind and the pure white eggs, generally four or five In number, rest on the soft cushion made out of decayed wood. Our Dumb Animals. Black Knight, registery No. 20,1 1 1, is a big black Jack, white points, 15i hands high, big bone and foot. He is one of the famous Kentucky mammoth Jacks. Plenty of colts to show. The above Jack will niako tho present season at my farm 2 miles east of Stcphensport and Union Star Road, and will be permitted to serve marcs at 8.00. Each season due when colt is foaled or when marc is parted with. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Not responsible in cao of accident. A. V. WHITW0RTH, Owner Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Whenever You Need a Genera! Tonic Take drove'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. SO cents. Solicits patronago of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers 1 "Jitney Bus" a New Rival of the Street Car. Although a new feature In city transportation, the "jitney bus" has come into such popularity, particularly in the cities of the I'aclllc coast, that it is proving a serious rlvai to the ser vice of the street-ca- r companies and is furnishing some knotty problems for the municipalities themselves. The "jitney bus" is simply an automobile that carries passengers for live cents. "Jitney" is a slang term of au uncertain orlgn used for years on the Uow- t cry in New 'York, and meaning a nickel coin. In Portland, Seattle, Los Angels, and the cities of San Francisco Bay, there were noarly J, 000 automobiles engaged in this service in January, 1O15, with the number constantly increasing, and the minimum daily earn'ngs of these cars aggregated about $19,000. As a re suit of this competition, the railways of Los Angeles are cutting down some Now of the runs and taking off cars. the "jitney bus" has been Introduced in Denver, Kansas City, Mo., and Des Moines, la., and Is rapidly making Its way eastward. From the April Popular Mechanics Magazine. live-cen- DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... permitted to serve mares at $10 e DENTIST fliflra UIIIUV Uniirc- HVUItf, 1 for colt that stands up and suckles.- - Jacks 16-hand INDEPENDENCE is a large boned, Jack and proven himself a breeder of utility mules For the past 3 years he has been awarded the blue ribbon, for the best Jack in the county, at the Id Breckenridge County Fair. I i I 1 I p. in. to m.ltoKM. 5 p. in. Always In otlli'o during ulllce hours Imington, Ky. Miss Sue Emmaree Frymire, have returned to their home at Cloverport, after snendinir several months in Northern Indiana Miss Frymire has been a student under Mr. Kdward Turechcd, pianolst of the Marlon Conservatory of Music, Marion, led , and is very much talented. tch! Itch! Itch! Scratchl Scratch! The more you scratch, the worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment. For eczema, any skin itching. 00c a Itch!-Scra- Announcement j '1X7K have business in our old stand with a new stoclc of goodd consisting of 11 full line of Furniture which includes This young Jack is one of promise, being out of a Jumbo Jennet, and sired by the famous Washington county Jack OLD BEN. These two Jacks will be. permitted to serve mares at $10 each for colts that stand up and suckle.- - Silver Tip 1 1 box. I Hit by Limb. Lec Todd, a well known farmer II v Ing near Madlsonville, met with an accident, which will probably cost him his life, while at work on his farm. Several men were at work cutting down trees when a limb from one of them struck hi in across the head. Cunt Old Sets, Tables, Chairs, Rockers, Kitchen Cabinets, also Hardware, Coal Oil, Cookers and other Hardware Sundries Bed-Room The Court of Last Resort. Around the stove of the cross roads grocery Is the real court of last resort, for it finally overrules all others. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court in almost ev ery croiui roads grocery in this country, and has always received a favorable verdict. It is In the country where man expects to receive full value for tils money that this remedy is most aonre- elated. Obtainable everywhere. ::r::, Other Remedies Won't con The word casei. no matter of bow long itanding, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. l'orter'a Antiseptic Healing Oil. It rclievea Pain and Heals at the aamc time, 25c, DOc, J LOO. Wo want tho poultry women to brins: us ojriis, and chickens in oxelmnsio for furniture and other s;oods. Worth Knowing. Don't put awav men's or boys' clothing for the winter or summer without first searching the pockets for matches. Mice will gnaw matches for the phos phorus. Uad fires are often started by McGlothan & Son Irvington, Ky. Try a Want Ad. Today Returned Heme. Mrs. E. V, Frymire and daughter, thtm. Try our Job Department THE BRECKENRiUGE iiued CLOVERPORT, Rvory Wodnesauy. NEWS, L JNO. I). BAUUAUb. Editor and Publisher KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 conts per lino. OBITUARIES chnrced for at the rate of 5 conts per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Paper Notice persons Hanging ingAllclaims against havAnd I THE"PBUDENr MAVMIL BEWARE TRANGERS WtTHNtCE JSCHEMES SEEMHG Painting Competent Work Reasonable Prices the estate of B. F. Beard, deceased, will please present the same to the at undersigned ex- - BEST RECORD IN THE STATE. The following record of Judge Layman taken from tho News, is herewith printed with a deal of pleasure and sat isfaction. Tho Bicchenridso News is glad Judge Layman is making Contractor good, as it was one of his ardent supporters both in his appointment Telephone 11-by Governor McCrcary to (ill out tho unexpired time of Judge Chclf Wo arc all proud of him in and in his rnco before the people. Cloverport, Kentucky Brcckcnridge county and his splendid success as Circuit Judge. Tho News says: "That Judsre Layman has the best record of any circuit MOUNT PISGAH. judgo in the state, within tho lat your regarding aflirmnnce or reversal of his decisions by tho Kentucky Court of Appeals, was ascertained by a number of lawyers, who, yesterMr. ami Mrs. George Newman enter day, examined tho recoid of all opinions handed down bv tho tained a number of little girls in honor Of nil tho decisions handed down tribunal at Frankfort. of the eighth birthday of their daughter, within the last year sixty percent, have affirmed the finding Miss I.ouise. All report a good time. of tho lower court. Of the decisions rendered by Judge Those present were: Lena Rice, Celes- per cent, have been affirmed Layman in his district ninety-twtine Getting, Helen, Beatrice and Cath ana of all the decisions handed down by him a fraction above erine Mailman, Mary Ryan, Marion, ninety-fou- r per cent, have received the stamp of approval of Harry, Frank and Wallace Newman. tho Court of Appeals. This percentage exceeds tliat of nny Iiss Vavie Duncan has returned trom other Circuit Judge in tho state." Evansville, after a visit io her sister, Eliza-bcthtow- n Lion Smith, R ecutor of his estate as required bylaw. these schemes which "Smooth" strangers come around to peddle are such great "Money Makers" why don't they KEEP them themselves? When a man is trying hard to sell you a proposition there is something in it for HIM that's a sure thing. Is it not better for us all to keep our money here at home, invest in and build up OUR OWN community? The man who does this is prosperous. If all of Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. The Bank of Hardins- - burg & Trust Co, Executor of the estate of B. F. Beard, deceased By PAUL C0MPT0N, Cashier o A Smiling Face Is a Great Heritage 8WETT MARDEN. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Lou Taul. By ORISON (Copyright, GOOD TASTE IN LANDSCAPE. Mr. and Mrs Bill Smiley will have a working Tuesday. ''Cloverport is just the same and will never lose its personality, Misses Lillie, Minnie and Hess Bates Tho homes arc well kept, the streets arc clean and the town never were the guests of Miss Catherine Mc- looked better," said a former Cloverport citizen Monday. The com Govern Saturday and Sunday. All .ro p0nflii inviiPd tn oHend mcnt is encouraging and wo know it is true. Recently we passed Pisgah Sunday school Easter Sunday, through u town and we could see the back yards from tho train. The .Mrs, Chas. Vienna, ot Jacksonville. fences were horrid, there were old piano boxes,, ugly chicken coops, III., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. wrecked giape harbors and enough rubbish in the yards to fill n L. L. Wright, of Decatur, 111. Mr. Ilennie Taul was the guest of Mr. hundred wagons. The towns oyer tho count' and along the Hender Jesse Hates Saturday and Sunday son Route should be planning some special civic improvement this spring. Beautify the vacant lots, keep the back yards clean and the front yards beautiful. Nature supplies the world with wonderful decorations and people with energy may make their dwelling places attractive with gifts from mother earth. Good taste does not crowd the lawns, yards and parks with plants and trees, but uses them for shade and comfort and to rest the cj'e. Tho sunshine, pure air and grass should be welcomed, and when this is done the landscape is a picture of artistic taste and beauty. Decorate your church for Easter. Take same potted plants from your home and arrange them at tho altar with white tissue paper wrapped around the jars. Flowers are significant of Easter and the day in small churches may be made bright and beautiful with your flowers. Joe McCrume, a hustling young business man of Harned, and Paul Shrowsbcrry, a successful farmer of near Hardinsburg, arc both favorably spoken of as good timber for the Circuit Clerk's office They arc staunch Republicans, and will make it warm for the other follows if they decide to run. Easter Shoes f QpR shoes for women RMC and children reflect the best in the spring styles. pecially Ladies will be es- pleased with our cxclusiveness and high quality of materials at very attractive prices. Sturdy shoes for the little ones the kind that look good and wear well. style 0UR shoes for men this flggfl spring are bound to give entire satisfac- tion. Many styles to choose from. Most careful attention given to insure easy a pair of shoes from us for Easter and we believe you isfied customer. will become a regular and sat- fittings. Buy are pleased." Oh, what riches live In a sunny soul; what a heritage Is a smiling face to be ablo to fling out sunshine everywhere one goes, to scatter the shadows and to lighten sorrowing hearts; to have the power to send cheer into despairing souls through a sunny and radiant disposition! And yet all about us we see people going through life peddling vinegar, radiating bitterness, finding fault, and seeing only the ugly; worrying, fretting, cynical and pessimistic! Some people have a genius for seeing only the crooked, the evil and disagreeable. Cessimlsm Is always a destroyer, never a producer. Wo need more Joy peddlers, and sun shine makers, more people who refuse' to see the ugly, the bitter and the crooked; who see the world of beauty and perfection which God has made, and not the world which sin and discord and disease have made. We need people who see the man and woman whom God has made pure, clean, sane, healthy and not the' ugly, dis eased, discordant dwarf, the burlesque CHIC SPRING HAT. of man, which wrong thinking, wrong Bpring hat of white chip In Alpine living and sin have made. A cheerful, optimistic mind is a sort shape. It rim is bound with cord ot black velvet. Feather fantasy trims of a prism which brings the rainbow colors out ot things which are Invisible the side. to the pessimist. , . .I .1 i Tli u pliant uuca uui inane ui cojura N01IC6! In the SDectrum. Thev are evprvwlinro in the light before our eyes. Our light To the Public: I will not be resrmn- - ls mado up of all the different colors sibleforany Indebtedness Incurred bv of tIle ra,nbow- - 1 The prism merely sep- 4 inxnion llinnt "u ... tl 1.1 mem vimuie to luc'" Delia Elliott, from und after this date March 30th, 1915. , , W.J.Elliott. 'mh . ..v DUIIDiJIUU IB it greater power than beauty or wealth. If you would do tho maximum of which you are capable, keep the mind filled with sunshine, with beauty and truth, with cheerful, uplifting thoughts. Bury everything that makes you unhappy and discordant, everything that cramps your freedom, that worries you, before it buries you. Take joy with you; cling to it, no matter where you go or what you do. It ls your lubricating oil which would prevent tho Jars, tho discords, and shut out the sorrows ot life. True religion is full ot hope, sun shine, optimism and cheerfulness. It Is Joyous and glad and beautiful. Thero Is no Christianity in the ugly, the discordant, tho sad. Tho religion which Christ taught was bright, cheerful and beautiful. Tho sunshine, tho "lilies of tho field," tho "birds of the air." tho hills, tho valleys, the trees, the moun tains, the brooks all things beauti ful were In his teaching. There was no cold, dry theology In it. It was Just happy Christianity! Refuse to be gloomy. Cheer up! Get your mind off your troubles. Do not think about them. Think of tho brlsht things in life. Think gratefully of tho good things you have. Wake up, and be cheerful. I 1.- -- McClure Newipaptr Syndicate.) 'I list lolko to let her in at the dure," said an Irish servant of a lady caller. "The very face of her does one good, shure." How Blad we all are to welcome sunny souls! We are never too busy to see them. There Is nothlne we wel. como g0 rauci, aa sunshine. Someone has said. "A happy human face It Is the gift that may be made by poor or rich, by old or young. It Is the gift to which all are entitled, with which all Fop Sale af5SSi 3 10 fresh milk cows; full stock Jerseys. part of them to 20 more freshen. stock. Guaranteed as represented. wants. 1 Cash or bankable note or will trade, for other Write your BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. 3 Saddle and Harness Stallion, 5 Years old, weight 1,000 pounds, DDflUJU PDCCT UIIUIII1 UIILtl I No, i'J 3853 By Hay Squirrel 2nd, No. 1352, by Richmond Squirrel. No. 898, by Black Squirrel, No. 58, (sire of Chester Dare, No. lo). (His sire's dam, Nannie Garrett, No. 472, is the dam of Chester Dare, No. lo). Brown Crest's dam, Figgett, No. 3I7I, by Chester Chief, No. 112a, by Chester Dare, No lo $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when mare is traded or colt folded. yj.a.y. ,jji lj L0G0F0GUS is a black Jack with white points, 10 years old and over 15 hands high. He made the three last seasons on Chensey Wilson's farm near Big Spring. Has a record of 52 living colts in one season. Has good length, large bone and a good, quiet disposition. V"P j '.. J BROWN CREST AND LOCOFOCUS will stand the present seas, on at John Elder's bam. Hardinsbur. Anvone desirinc to raise mule should see this Jack before breeding elsewhere, $10.00 to insure living H. J. ROBERTS, Hardinsburg, Ky. CORN AND HAY! you money. either corn or hay in large or small lots write or phone us we will save If you need J. B. TAYLOR . SONS, eEl van CONRAD SIPPEL, The Shoe Man See it at American Theater Glen Dean Marriage Cloverport, Kentucky Miss Emma D Moorman and Mr. William Robertson, of Glen Dean, were married la Louisville last Friday. We have one rev mare mule. 3 for sale. Terms to suit purchaser. Come quick if you want a bargain. SON, Glen Deaa, Ky. W. K. MOORMAN rvliile For Sale XShe BreckenrJdge News. 31, 1915 Ky Lots of Good Things for WEDNESDAY, MAR. Rntcrcd attlio I'ouOflllccntGloTcrport, as second c1m matter . Easter Dinner Let us Furnish You Beautiful Easter Millinery Kxquisito Pattern Huts, embellished in flowers, ribbon!', tulle and chiiron or Nutk- - Advertiser plinr notlfv Ihn editor when you iihiiI mhert x'n.ent illsruntlnued, Easter Novelties! For the Ladies Luce and Orgmidie Collars THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE 57! GENERAL OFFICES Also ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs In this Column ONE CENT PER WORD EASTER NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES NOVELTIES! for the Little Folks RITES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 2.B0 For Precinct ntnl city Offices 5.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 For Stnte hiiiI District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications In tbe Inter. et of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Prices Right Smart Tailored Hats and hats trimmed artistically by one who has ;ivun satisfaction Prompt Delivery TELEPHONE 74-- J. flood Men Wanted Stall- - nnrt County sirents for FOU exclusive. fur ruinhliiiitlon nlnslo mill tmrlicil wire mrelelier. Cold at Kcrintiicky Ktiito Kuir IKIl. SiH.ne (leal. Money Making nropoM Ion. Ohio Kcneu Tool Co., Ohlj. West-trvlll- e, For Sale .l.S.TIuliit, Molt. Ky. KnmoiH Mt. .Iv-pi Sweet Ciller. Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. FOR IMMEDIATE ORDERS COME TO Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective March Wanted -S- tock lloffs -- Oood mralirht stock linns, weltfliintr rroni T.i tiilto iiouihIh. C:,ll or write, nt once. Ilcston, Whltwortli .V Co., IliinllnslHirK. Ivy. Vestees Collar and Cuff Sets New Shades Windsor Ties Corsage Bouquet Veiling Auto Veils Military Ruffling (the wide kind) Silk Gloves Beaded and Leather Purses w Crystal White Orpliingtoiis. Mrs. Ruby Kitchen, of Hopkinsville, is tha guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Wood. Mrs. Jas. II. Har.dnll will return home tills week from a ten days' visit In 15, 1915. 10:1(1 m: Arming irvinxum Arrlvlnu lyiulivllle... No. 144 will leavo Clovcrport Arriving Irlnntm Arriving Loulsvlllo No. 14(1 will lenvcCloversort. Arriving Irvlngton No. 141 KA9T nOUNI) No. H2 will leavn Cloverport..... . .!.. miss tveiyii c. u:i, murd, f I I st. pon liemleil liv n prize bird tlmt nvred tm tHMiii-.It. Ill IIT IJ hIIU. so liemled by it linn Cockerel tlmt would bo a credit to any yard; eirys ?l.00 per IS. Turkey eps from rIkiu'o .urr:it.'iiii'H, i;.50 per II. Fancy Ribhons A Splendid Assortment of White Goods ......... Hil5A. M. P. P. 7:40 P. M M M M . 4:52 5:4(1 12:10 P. M A HI. Cloverport, Kentucky bv.i..j. ...in. j Louisville. being woven by her mother years ago. A beautiful musical program was rendered. Miss Mary Alexander played Simple Aven on the piano accompanied by Miss Guedry liramlutte with the violin. Carl AdKins gave a piano solo. Mrs. John W. Hollaed, of Shelbyville, gave two vocal solos. "I Hear You Calling Me," and "The Rosary." De licious ices and cakes were served. The favors were little yellow chickens. Miss Mary Heron, a student of the Girls' High School, Louisville, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron. Mrs. John W. Holland, of Shelbyville, has been the guest of Messrs. and Meedames J. D. and A. D Ashcraft. Mr. and Mrs. George Drury and little son, James C, of Vine Grove, have returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. b. McUlothlan. Miis Edna Crouch, of Louisville, has been the guest of Miss Margaret Con-niff. 5:07 A 5:51 A. M Arriving Evansvlllu Arriving St. Louis. No. 143 will leavo Clovcrport Arriving Owtnsboro ... ,. Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo No. 145 will leavo Cloverport . Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson . Arriving Kvansvillo Arriving St. Louis Cloverport No. 147 will leavo Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson . -- A.M. will leavo Clovcrport 12:04 1'. M. Arriving Owcnsboro.. ...... .14:58 P.M. Arriving Henderson 1:23 P.M. ... 7:43 P.M. .. 7:24 P. M. ... 8:30 P. M. ... 9:35 P.M. .10:15 P. M. ...11:38 P. M. ...12:45 A.M. ... 1:39 A.M. WEST BOUND Soft, girlish styles with velvet streamers, are the handsome leghorns shown at Mrs. Cordrey's. Miss Jane Smith was hostess to the Study Class last Mission Indian Mammolli Bronze Turkey Ojtus. MAMMOTH llromo Turkey Krrs. 3 00 per 1,1 Milting. SIiirIu Comb Wt:lt Lccliorns, J1.C0 per 15. postpaid Mrs (labo WrlRlit, McQuady. Ky. Let Us Shoe You! For Sale A GOOD combined four year old horse, un aped mure and recUtord Poland China Iloir, T. It. Henderson, Webster, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. . . ...2:05 A.M. ... 7:40 A.M. ...8:30 A.M. .....7:40 A. M. ...0:00 A.M. r Thursday evening. Mrs. E. O. Miller, of Owensboro, spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. E. O. Cottrell. Mrs. McCoy and granddaughter, McCoy, Miss Virginia went to Stephensport Friday. Charming Easter blouses in silk and chiffon from $2 to fe.50. Mrs. Cordrey. Mrs. Rosa Whitehouse left Monday for West Point to visit Mr. and Mrs Richard Whitehouse Miss Sallie Richardson, of Union Star, was in Hardinsburg Monday visiting her sister, Mrs. Percy Beard. & Co's. want See ad. Miss Cleona Weatherholt spent the week end in Louisville, the guest of her autit, Mrs. Marlon Kyan. Monroe Webb, of Vertrees, was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Webb, Irvington, R. 1, last week. Sec want Stock Hogs wanted. column. Mrs. W. I. Taul and daughter, Miss Louise Rice, have returned to their home at Free, after a delightful visit in Illinois. Mrs. Nola RalTerty and son, Douglas Kallerty, of Louisville, spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Heston-Whitworth For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pigs thoroughbred O. I. C. COIt SAI.E-Ele1 pIrs from L. II. Silver & Co. ber.1 of prize, winner plirs, eltliersex, for 10 cadi; 3 months old. Call on or address, J. DuKKlns, ICltcli-Helvcn t Ky. d. Pure Bred Orphington Eggs l'u ro bred llulT Orphington ( handle these fowls exclusively. 11.00 per setting of 15 eggs. This Is a live and let Urn price, not put up on account of the war. Jesse H. Eskrldge, llurcllnstmrc, Ky. For Sale FOR SALE Excursion Rates to Louisville ACCOUNT OF Personal rv raragrapns - lloosier lloa Wheat Drill lion Wheat Drill, all FOIt attachments. Used one season; Hood hs new. l'rlce. It taken at on e, J. 1.. Parks. Ludlburg, Ky. SALE-Hoosfcr M0.--- For Sale "Kentucky Educational Association" About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live in Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notts In cluded. & delivery. Apply for prices, English, Clovcrport. Ky. BAltltEI) Plymnutli Rock fKiis. laying Now looking orders for future Mrs. Frank Dates ot Sale: April 20, 21 and 22. Return limit April 27, 1915. Fare From Cloverport to Louisville, Round Trip Wyandotte Eggs. full stock Whlto Wyandotte Eggs for Mary Mannlrg, 31.00 per .setting. Chcnault, Ky. Ihavo h See ad. Stock Hogs column. Heston-Whitwort- Co's. want See wanted. want Wilbur Chapin is ill at his home in Allen street. Sterrett Jarboe is improving after a week's illness. Miss Margaret l'uckett is nt her home in Hawesville for a ten days visit Geo. Arms, of Lakeland, was visiting his old home at West View last week. s hats trimmed per your orHenry Solbrig. der in time for Raster. Mrs. Cordrey. Mrs. M. J. Gault, of Louisvilie, was Miss Pearl Hall, of Hawesville, was here last week visiting her niece, ..., t -- n1 n "Tl Mrs. John Ridge, who is convalescing The Knit and Rip Club entertained after an attack of the lagrippe. by Mrs Sam Berry Thursday afterWe put up three sets of check lines noon. last week for Julian H. Brown, eighMisses Margaret and Edith Burn will teen feet long. He pronounced them entertain the Wednesday Cfub this A one in quality. V. G. Babbage. week. Mrs. William Hcflious was given a Miss Sallie Ricketts, of Union Star, birthday shower last Monday at her was visiting her brother, Abe Ricketts, home in Oak Street Thirty guests last week. surprised her with a delightful party. Paul Compton, M. D. Beard and A T. The Ladies' Reading Clu was enBeard, Hardinsburg, went to Louisville tertained last week by Mrs. Prank Monday. Mattingly. Tomorrow the members Mrs. W. H. Kyler, of Hawesville, is will be the guests of Mrs. W. H. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tony Bowmer. Semi-Dresl i Thurman Dowell has moved his family to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dowell, near Guston. STATE OFFICES Mrs. Hallie Admire and Hazel Admire, of Louisville, have betn visiting Mrs. A. T. Adkins. For Governor Mrs. Allele Couuiff spent Sunday in Wo are authorized to announce II. W. HOSWOUTII Louisville. us a candidate, fur (lovernor of Kentucky, Miss Idu Waggoner, of Hopkiusville, subject to the action of the Druxor.itlc Party, and Mrs. Alien Smart have been the August Primary, Wo are authorized to ann 'unco guests of Mr. nud Mrs. Frank Wag- Announcements $2.50 30E 3llIOE1 goner. Mrs. Belle Bruiere, of St. spent the winter months with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon, left last week to visit friends in Louisville. The families of A. D. Ashcraft and Henry Neafus were called Saturday to the bedside ot Mrs. Jake Cowley, who II V. McCIIESNEV of Frankfort. Ky., as 11 candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of Louis, who tho Democratic party. Primary election, Don't You Want a August 7. 1015. is seriously ill. II. II. CIIERRY Kentucky, as candidate for The business meeting of the W. M. S. subject to the actionGovernor of of the Democratic Pariv August Primary, of the M. E. church was held ut the home of Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain For Lieutenant-Governo- r 11 subject to the action ot the Democratic Party August Primary. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce A.C. STANLEY as a caedldata fur Governor of Kentucky u Shetland Pony? Two years old, either spotted or solid color, 42 to 44 inches high. Broken ready for service. Guaranteed sound and alright in every way. Priced low for immediate sale. Tuesday. Rev. Cheek, R. E. Reeves and Dr. F. J synodiual superintendent, con- . Nicholas. Mrs. Tony Nicholas and daughter, Miss Louise Nicholas, spent Friday in Louisville. Malcolm G'Brien, manager of Supply Co., was in Cloverport ducted the services at the Presbyterian Primary Elcctlou. August 1914. church Sunday. For Circuit Court Clerk The Dowell family held a reunion Wo are authorized to announce Saturday, the occasion being the 87th II. PAYNE birthday anniversary of Mrs. Hhoda of Irvlngton, 11s S. candidate for Circuit Court a Dowell. Those present numbering Si Clerk of llreekenrldgu countv, subject to ltet u hi lean including her two aged sisters, Mrs. the action of theAugust, 1'JII. Party, In Primary Klectloi, Lethia Dowell and Mrs. Lucy Haynes, We nre authorized to announce of Garfield. A sumptuous repast was served. Mrs. Nora Board will leave today for Springfield, Ky., to represent Woman's PAUL HASIIAM as u candidate for Circuit Clerk of H are authorized to announce JUIK1E; JAMES D RLACK ot Ilirborvlllo. Ky.. ns a candidal) for Lleutenant-Uoveri or of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Party In Wo 0 GREEN BROTHERS FALLS COMING AT IRVINGTON Housekeepers League Gives an Entertaining ProgramFamilies Called to the Bedside of Mrs. Jake Cowley. D0WELLS HAVE REUNION. Saturday. Mrs. Harry Hills and children, of Irvine, Ky., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Oelze. Mrs. Shelby Pate, Mrs. John Bishop and Mrs. Joe Bishop spent Saturday in Louisville, r ridge county, subject to the action of the Republican parly. Primary election. Au gust 7. 1915. reckon . OF ROUGH, KY. NOTICE Carpenters and Contractors We Take Orders (or Men's and Young Men's To Builders, Spring Suits For men of Conservative taste we have a very complete assortment of samples in every fabric wanted. New Models Shown Your Patronage BUY A GAS RANGE! PRICES LOW! PAYMENTS ARRANGED! FASTER RANDIES! You can find just what you are looking for in 5c and 10c packugos of Easter Candies at our store. A nice box of Dolly Vardin Chocolates also mukes a nice Easter gift. R. A. Crider and daughter, Ruth, have returned from Glen Dean. Mr. and Mrs Virg'l Brite and little daughter, Martha, spent the week end with Mrs. Howe, of Lewisport. Mrs. Kate Bennett, of Hasln Springs, has been the guest of Or. nud Mrs. L. B. Moreraan. Rev. T. J. Wade and wife left Tuesday for Springfield, Ky., to attend District Conference. Miss Angle Gibson was hostess to the G. F. C. Club at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Parks Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nell McCllotick returned to Louisville Saturday after a visit with Mrs. Miss Mary Cosnwall. Mrs. A. T. Adkins was hostess to the Wo are propared to till your wants, in various kinds of Appreciated 70-- Thoro't) no excuse for you not bavins u Gas Kunjro. It is so easy to buy one. Tbo initial cost is not great, and easy payments may bo made. Tho upkeep is nothing. All it costs is for tbo uso of the Gas, and that is economical when used with tho proper equipment. Complete stock for tinlo by Building Material Telephone CLOVERPORT GAS CO. Phone 39 front of Irvlngton Hardware & Implement Co.'s store for convenience of autolsts. ..LAW., Mike Cruliau has been on the kick Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages and Instrulist. ments of Writings drawn up and Miss Grace Miles, of Fordsvllle, is the acknowledged Kuest of Mr. and Mrs. John Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane, of Guston, Lottie Bandy were guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. Stpes last weeW. at prices that will meet your upproval BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. V. G. BABBAGE Writo us for prices on anything you need; wo make quick estimates Missionary work at the District Con- - ferencs. Mrs. Addle Urown spent the week end in Lewisport. Mrs. M. P. Payne's millinery open ing Friday and Saturday was a marked success to tier ana a pleasure to her cullers. The lace hats with Insert trimmings, pattern hats and sailors were beautiful. Mrs. N. B. Netherton assisted ber in receiving. A gasoline tank has been installed In Weddings Drug Store The Penslar Store Cltvirpirt, : : Kentucky Housekeepers' League Thursday afterMargaret Chamberlain Mrs. conducted tbe meeting. The subject Miss E.llth of textiles was discussed. Lewis gave a splendid talk on weaving and displayed a counterpane and some linen towels which were quite antique, noon. Fordsvllli Planing Mill flo, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Ferdsville, Miiifir Kentucky Dr. Jesse Baucum Permuesl Try the "Want" Column Dentist J Tekpheue 54-- Ctoverprt, Ky. Million Dollar Mystery mate. Ho really began tho first chapter of a novel; but that has nothing to do with this history. All ready, then. The chess nro onco moro on the board, and It Is tho move of the Black Hundred. Tho day was rather cloudy. Jones viewed tho sky wearily. Ho could hear Florence playln? rather a cheerless nocturno by Chopin. Fourteen weeks ngo this warfare had begun, and nil he had accomplMied, ho and those with him, was tho death or Incarceration of a few Inconsequent members of the Hlack Hundred. Always they struck and always ho had to ward off. He had always been on the defensive; and a defensive fighter may last a long while, but he seldom wins; and CHAPTER XV. tho butler knew that they must win or go down In bitter defeat. There Another Trap Set. If the truth Is to bo told, Jones wai was no half way routo to the end; us deep) chagrined over tho outcome thcro could bo no draw. It all reminded The "I Shall Have to Request You and the Family to Accompany Me to the Station." of tho counterfeit deal as was nralno. They had both failed signally to reach the goal sought, nut this time the organization had broken even with Jones, and this fact disturbed the butler. It might signify that the turning point had been reached, and that In the future the good luck might swing over to the side of the Hlack Hundred. Jones, redoubled his cautions, reiterated his warnings, and slept less than ever. Indeed, as ho went over the ground he conceded a point to the Black Hundred. He would no longer be able to keep tab on tho organization. They him of thunderbolts; one man knew where they were going to strike. The telephone rang; at tho samo moment Florence left the piano. She stopped at the threshold. Where have you You? "Hello! been? What has happened?" "Who Is It'" asked Florence, stepping forward Jones held up a warning band, and Florence paused. O! "Yes, yes; I hear perfectly, You've been working out their new quarters? Good, good! But be very careful, sir. One never knows what may happen. They have been quiet Ah! You for some time now. can't work the ceiling this time? . . . Window over the way. Very good, sir. But be careful." The word "Bir" caught Florence's attention. She ran to Jones and seized him by the arm. "Who was that?" she cried, as he turned away from the telephone. gaze. He went about bis work the samo as of old, interviewing, playing detective, SB fattening his pay envelope by specials to tho Sunday edition and some of tho It Was a Letter on the Back or Which lighter magazines. Sometimes ho bad Wat Drawn the Fatal Black Mask. vague dreams of writing a play, a novel, and making a tremendous for- laid down for himself. "It is very tune Ilko that chap Manders, who only gloomy today, and perhaps we are a sorry' a few yeara ago had beenjbls desk little depressed bv It. I check. More than all this, it would give his seniles renewed confidence; and this was a deeper menace than he cared to face. But he went about his affairs as usual, giving no hint to any one of tho mental turmoil which had possession of him. It Is needless to state Norton did not scoop his rivals on the counter-fel- t story. Hut he set to work exploring tho cellar of the gutted building, and in one corner ho found a battered die. Ho turned this over to the secret service men. There was one man ho wanted to find Vroon. This man, could he find him, should be made to lead him, Norton, to tho new stronghold, lie saw the futility of trying to trap Ilraltie by shadowing him. He desired liralne to believe that his escape from the freighter had been a bit of wild luck and not a preconceived plan. Hralne was out of reach for the present, so he began the search for tho man Vroon. Ho haunted tho water front saloons for a week without success. Ho did not know that It was tho policy of the Black Hundred to lay low for a month after a raid of such a serious character. So the Hargreave menage had thirty days of peaco; always watched, however. For Bralno never relaxed his viliganco in that part of the game. Ho did not care to loso sight of Jones, who ho was positive was ready for flight If the slightest opportunity offered Itself. Norton went back to tho primrose paths of lovo; and sometimes he would forget all about such a tiling as the Black Hundred. So tho summer days went by, with tho lilacs and the roses embowering tho Hargreava homo. But Norton took noto of tho fact that d Florence was no longer the schoolgirl ho had first met. Her trials had made a serious woman of her, and perhaps this phase was all the moro enchanting to him, who had his serious sidu also. Her young mind was like an Italian garden, always opening now vistas for hU admiring light-hearte- a had deserted their former quarters absolutely. The agent of whom they had leased the building knew nothing except that he would have to repair the place. The rent bad been paid a year In advance, as it bad been these last eight years. He had dealt through an attorney who knew no more of his clients than the agent. So It will be een that Jones had in reality received ... "You said 'sir.' " Jone's eyes widened. "1 did?" "Yes, and It's the first time I ever heard you use it over the telephone. Jones, you were talking to my father!" "Please, Miss Florence, do not ask mo any questions. I cannot answer any. I dare not." "But if I should command, upon the pain of dismissal?" coldly. "Ah, Miss Floreuce," and Jones tapped his pocket, "you forget that you cannot dismiss me by word. I am legally In control here. I am sorry that you have made mo recall this fact to you." Florence began to cry softly. "I am sorry, very sorry," said tho butler, torn between tho desire to comfort her and tho law that he had "Why?" itH they have a circulating library," "Oct me anything you please. But I'd feel better with a little sunshine." "That's universal," replied Jones, gong Into the hall for his hat. began. Had the tclechcno rung ngaln nt "For what?" the men asked. "For sending that paddlo around a that moment It is quite probablo that ships riding at anchor. tho day would have come to a closo Florcnco felt her heart sink in spite fow times." as the day before had, monotonously. of her abundant courage. Were they "Get Into that scat, but don't touch But tho ring cattle five minutes after going to take her to sea again? She any of those levers," one of them Jones had left the house. bad acquired a horror of the sea, so warned. "Twenty Is twenty, Jack, and "Is this the Hargreave place?" big, so terrible, so strong. She had the boss Is a sorehead today anyhow. "Yes," said Florence. "Who is It?" had an experience with Its sullen Give her a shove for the fun of It." "This Is Miss Hargreave talking?" power. They had gone nbout four It was a dumfounded aviator who "Yes." miles down when she looked back saw his hydroplane eklm the water "This Is Doctor Morse. I am at the longingly toward shore. Something and a moment later sail Into the air. Queen hotel. Mr. Norton has been white seemed to bo spinning over the These swift moving days a reporter badly hurt, and ho wants you and water far behind. At flrst she could of tho Arst caliber Is supposed to bo Mr. Jones to come at once. We cannot tell Just how serious tho Injury Is. He Is Just conscious. Shall I tell him you will come Immediately?" "Yes, yes!" Florence snapped the receiver on tho hook. She wanted to fly, fly. Ho was hurt. How, when, where? "Susan! Susan!" she called. "What Is It, Florence?" asked Susan, running Into tho room. "Jim Is badly hurt. Ho wants me to come nt once. O, Susan! I've been dreading something all daylong." Florence struck the maid's bell. "My wraps. You will go with me, Susan." "Where. Miss Florence," asked tho maid, nlive to her duty. "Where? What Is that to you?" demanded Florence, who did not know that this mold was a detective. "Why not wait till Mr. Jones returns?" she suggested patiently. "And let the man I love die?" vehemently. "At least you will leave word where you are going, Miss Florence." "The Queen hotel. And If you say another word I'll discharge you. Come Susan." There happened to be a taxlcab conveniently near (as Vroon took care Florence Knew That to Plead for Mercy Would Be a Waste of Time. there should bo), and Florence at once not discern what It was. As she able to run railroad engines, submaengaged It. She did not see the man hiding In the bushes. The two young watched it it grew and grew. It Anal- rines, flying machines, conduct a war; women stepped Into the taxlcab and ly emerged from the illusion of a gi- able to shoot, walk, run, swim, fight, were driven off. They had been gone gantic bird Into the actuality of an think, go without food like a python, less than five minutes when Jones re- everyday hydroplane. Her heart gave and live without water like a camel. turned with his purchase, to And tho a great bound. This Aylng machine Norton had flown many times in the house empty of Its most valuable asset. was coming directly toward the last four years. At the moment he He was furious, not only at the maid, launch; it did not deviate a hair's called out to Florence to Jump he breadth from the line. Fortunately dropped to the water with all the skill who, ho realized, was virtually helpthe men were looking toward the huge of an old timer and took her aboard. less, but at his own negligence. In the midst of his violent harangue freighter a quarter of a mile farther And he could not use a line of this exploit for bis paper! the bell sounded. In his bones he knew on, and from their talk It what was going to be found there. It that that freighter was to be her prisJones heard the bell. It was the was a letter on the hack of which on bound for where? Nearer and was drawn the fatal blues: mask. With nearer came the hydroplane. Was it agent from the Black Hundred. He , smiled Jauntily. shaking Angers he tore open the en- for her? It was impossible for the men not velope and read the contents: "Well, old fox, we've cornered you to take notice of the barking of the at last, haven't we? I want that money, Florence Is now In our power. Only the engines at last. or Hargreave's daughter takes another rurrender of the million will save her. "The thing's headed for us!" sea voyage, and this time she will not Our agent will call In an hour for an answer. It Jump overboard. A million; and no Vroon stared under his palm. THE BLACK HUNDRED. was not credible that pursuit had more nonsense." As a matter of fact, they had wanted taken place so quickly. To test yonder "Give me fifteen minutes to decide," as badly as Florence, man-birJones almost he abruptly changed thet begged Jones, hoping against hope. some course of the launch. The hydroplane but her desire for a book "Fifteen seconds!" popular story of the day had saved veered its course to suit. "Then we can't do business. What! him from the net. The letter had Florence heard her name called Give you a million, knowing you all to been written against this possibility. faintly. One of the men drew his be a pack of liars? Bring Miss FlorJones became cool, now that be revolver, but Vroon knocked It out ence back and the money 4s yours. We knew Just what to face. The Queen of his hand. are tired of fighting." As Indeed hotel meant nothing. Florence would "There's the police boat, you fool!" lores really was. The strain bad been Nor-tonot be taken there. He called up "Jump!" a voice called to Florence. tcirl.'ij for weeks. It took all the butler's patience, She flung herself into the water "The money flrst. We don't lie any however, as it required seven different without the slightest hesitation. better than you do. Fork over. You'll calls to locate the reporter. All this came about something after have to trust us. We have no use Meantime the taxlcab containing) this fashion. When Norton arrived at for the girl once we get the cash." spun madly toward tho foot of Coroy street a boatman Florence and Susan "And you'll never touch a penny of the water front. Here the two were Informed him that a young woman of it, you blackguard!" cried Norton separated by an effective threat. Flor- his description had gotten Into a fast from the doorway. ence recognized the man Vroon and motor boat and had gone down the The agent turned to behold the reknew that to plead for mercy would river. porter and the girl. He did not stop bo a waste of time. She permitted to ask questions, but bolted. He never "Was there any struggle?" herself to be led to a waiting launch. "Struggle? None that I could see. got beyond tho door, however. Always when she disobeyed Jones She didn't make no fuss about go"Always the small fry," Blghed something like this happened. But ing." Jones. "And if I could have put my this time they had cunningly struck "Have you a launch?" at her heart, and all thought of her "Yes, but tho other boat has half personal safety became as nothing. an hour's start, and I'd never catch present she knew that she was her In a thousand years. But there's For tho in no actual physical danger. She was merely to be held as a hostage. Would Susan have mentality enough to tell Jones where the taxlcab had stopped? She doubted. In an emergency Susan had proved herself a nonentity, a bundle of hysterical thrills. As a matter of fact, for onco Florence's deductions were happily wrong. When the chauffeur peremptorily deposited Susan on the lonely country roud, several miles from home, she t ran to tho nearest telephone and sent a very concise message home. Susan was becoming acclimated to this strange, exciting existence. Norton arrived in due time, and he and Jones were mapping out a plan when Susan's message came. "Rood girl!" sold Jones. "She's learning. Can you handle this alone, Norton? They want me out of tho house again, for I believe thoy were after me as well as Florence. Half an hour gone!" "Trust me!" cried Norton. And ho ran out to his auto. It was a wild ride. Several policemen shouted after him, but ho went on unmindful. They could take his llcenso number She Flung Herself Into the Water. a hundred times for all he cared. So they had got her? They could wait a hydroplane a little above here. You til their enemy's vigilance slacked might interest the feller that runs It." "Thanks!" Took Florence Aboard. and then would strike? But Susan! But the aviator 'would not listen. Tho next time ho saw Susan he was on the money I'd have given it "A life may hang In the balance, bands going to take her In his arms and kiss doesn't do any to him! Ah, girl, her. It might be a new sensation to man!" expostulated Norton, longing to good to talk to you, itdoes it?" pommel the stubborn man. kiss Susan, always so prim and offish. "But they told mo he was dying!" ' "What proof have I of that?" Corey street that had been her direcJones shrugged. Norton showed his card and badge. tion. They bad put Florence in a "O, I seel" Jeered the aviator. "A motor boat at the foot of Corey street. He was perhaps bait an hour behind. little newspaper stunt in which I am goat,. V can't be done, Mr. (To be Continued) Florence never opened her lips. She Iq be the. was-evided n. hot-foo- "O, I realize, Jones, that all this unending; mystery annd secrecy have a set purpose at back. Only, It does Just seem as If I should go mad sometimes with waiting and wondcrin " "And If the truth must be told, It is the snmo with me. Wo have to wait for them to strike. Shall I get you something new to read? I am going down to tho drug store and She would ahead proudly. show these scoundrels that she was her father's daughter. They piled her with questions, but she pretended not to hear. "Well, pretty bird, we'll make you speak when the time comes. Wo'vo got you this trip where wo want you. There won't bo any Jumping overboard this session, believe me. We'vo wasted enough time. Wo'vo got you and we're going to keep you." "Let her be," said Vroon morosely. "We'll put all the questions we wish when we're at our destination." And he nodded significantly toward tho stared Norton; It can't be done." "A hundred dollars!" "Not for five hundred," and the aviator callously turned away toward the young woman with whom ho har1 been conversing prior to Norton's approach. Tho two walked a dozen yards away. Notice! All Norton had not served twelve years as a metropolitan newspaper man for nothing. He approached the mechanics who were puttering about tho machine "Hovy nbout twenty apiece?" ho persons having claims against the estate of Wilson Pile, (colored) deceased, will please present the same to the undersigned executor of his estate, as required by law. The. Bank of Hardinsburg & Tmst Co. Executor of the estate of Wilson Pile, deceased. By PAUL C0MPT0N, Cashier Dr. R. P. Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trtnl & Walls' Livery Slabli Prepared to Treat all Animal Diseases Special Attention Given Calls at all Hours 1o DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M.D., -j Hardinsburg, Ky. L. Insurance'Office C TAUL Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies jL IdlCTOPlfOnOllOllCTOPlgj Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. ioilooou We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING We pay the pottage both wait on all package Suo. or over. Work Prompt guaranteed deliveries la sanitary packages. Will credit you upon reference. Write for information. Itettsr, still, send trial bundle. Of flees: 625 W. Jefferson St. first-class 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. I U Millinery Ads. and Easter Cuts We have received a nice Hue of Millinery cuts and Kaster adver- vertisemeuts for those who are interested in attractive advertising. Write to us for pictures and prices of ads. We shall be glad to send both promptly. THE IRECKENRID6E Ctovtptrt, If. NEWS, SPEAKER CLAUDE B. TERRELL IS SEEKING NOMINATION BY DEMOCRATS FOR TREASURER Trimble County Man Submits Candidacy to Voters Hi 4-D-ays Clearance April 7th April 8th April 9th Sale--4 April 1 Public Services in General Assembly. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 0th HAS TWICE PRESIDED OVER HOUSE Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Dry Goods, Hardware and E 'Il Everything in Our Entire Line Shoe Department Men's S3.n0 to $4.50 Shoes $2.95 2 48 Men's 3.00 to 3.50 Shoes 1.90 Men'a 2.50 to 3.00 Shoes 1.75 Men's 2.00 to 2.50 Shoes 2.95 Men's 3.50 Elkide Shoes 1.95 Men's 2.50 Elkide Shoes 1.75 Boys' 2.25 to 2.50 Shoes 1.45 Boys' 1.75 to 2.25 Shoes 1 25 Boys' 1.50 to 1.75 Shoes Women's 3.00 to $3.50 Shoes ... 2.35 1.90 Women's 2.50 to 3.00 Shoes Women's 2.00 to 2.50 Shoes . 1.G5 Women's 1 50 to 2.00 Shoes . 1.25 Women's 1.25 to 1.50 Shoes .. 1.15 1.90 Children's 2.25 to 2.50 Shoes Children's 2 00 to 2.25 Shoes . 1.05 Children's 1.75 to 2.00 Shoes.. .. 1.45 1.25 Children's 1.50 to 1.75 Shoes 1.15 Children's 1.25 to 1.50 Shoes. Children's 1.00 to 1.25 Shoe. .. .80 .55 Children's .75 to 1.00 Shoes. Wo have 200 to 300 pairs Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes mid Slippers we uro going to offer for stile to one half regular price. fit Don't, fail to ask to sec them. . . . . one-fourt- Men's .50 Shirts Men's 1.00 Union Suits Men's .50 Union Suits Men's .50 Underwear Men's .25 Undeiwear Men's Red Diamond Overalls, pr. 39 79 .39 39 20 .80 Ladies' Furnishings Ladies' $1.00 Union Suits $ .79 Ladies' .50 Union Suits .39 17 Ladies' .25 Vests Ladies' .15 Vests .10 07 Ladies' .10 Vests 79 Ladies' 1.00 Gloves Ladies' .50 Gloves 39 Ladies' .25 Gloves 20 KABO, "The Live Model Corset" $1.50 value 1.19 1.00 value 82 .50 value 39 10c Bed Ticking per yard 8Ju 12$c to 20c Embroidery per yard . 10c 50c Table Linens per yard 39c 25c Table Linens per yard 20c 25c Mattings per yard 20c 15c Mattings per 3'ard 12Ac $1.50 30x00 inch Hugs 95c 30c Bleached or Unbleached Sheeting per yard 25c HHH CLAUDE B. TERRELL. BEDFORD, KY., March Honorable Claude B. Terrell, of Trim ble County, today announced himself a candidate for the Democratic nomt nation for State Treasurer In the State primary of August 7, next. Ho will make an active campaign for the 25. Factory Cotton per yard 17Jc Crepes per yard 10c Crepes per yard 15c Mull per yard All Callicocx per yard 5Jc 14c Sic 12.Jc 5c Grocery 1 Department 1 1 1 The nomination. Mr. Terrell Is one of tho best known of the younger Democrats, who have been active In politics and public life during the last few years, and enjoys an acquaintance that covers He is a of Kentucky. farmer, merchant and banker In his home town. Ho has served the Trim-"Mand Oldham District in the General Assembly of Kentucky on three occasions, twice without opposition, and serving at two sessions as Speaker of the House of Representatives. Mr. Terrell first entered State politics In the memorable legislative session of 1900, when the Goebel contest Ho was a was before that body. member of tho Rules Committee of the House, ono of the most Important positions at that time, and in the gubernatorial contest, following the assassination of Governor Goebel, ho was a member of tho Steering Committee of the Democratic organization in the lower House. He was one of the live men of that body who Kept its records intact during the days when W. S. Taylor prevented the General Assembly from meeting at tho Capitol, and preserved those records so that they wero later upheld in tho courts of Kentucky. Mr. Terrell camo back to tho legislative session of 1912, and becauso of was easily his former experience He elected Speaker of the House. was returned by his district to the session of 1914, Oldham County Democrats setting aside the custom of rotation In order that he might be thus signally honored, and he was every section b to the Speakership without opposition In the House. As presiding officer of the lower House he had much to do with the enactment of next State administration. Mr. Terrell has for quite a number of years been a member of tho Board of Trustees of tho State University, Lexington, and has taken an active part In the conduct of the University, and shown much Interest In all educational matters that camo before tho legislative sessions over which ho presided. He bases his candidacy for State Treasurer on his experience generally as a businoss man, and because of his knowledge of tHe State's financial affairs through his service In the General Assembly. Ho presents his candidacy briefly in the following card: "To the Democrats of Kentucky: "I will be a candidate before you in the Democratic Stato primary on Saturday, August 7, next, for the nomination for Stato Treasurer. I feel that my experience in the past in a lesislatlvo capacity, as member and Speaker of the House of Representatives, has brought me closely In touch with public affairs of Kentucky and tho needs of tho State. The Treasurer, besides the duties directly connected with his department, Is a member of the State Sinking Fund Commission, which has general charge of tho financial affairs of tho State, and a member of the State Board of which Valuation and Assessment, fixes tho franchise values of corporations for purposes of taxation. I believe my public experience as a business man and legislator qualifies mo for tho duties which aro to bo performed on these two boards, as this experience has given me an lntlmato knowledge of public affairs and acquainted mo somewhat with the needs of the Stato. If chosvi for this office, it Is my purpose to glvo my entire time and attention to It, to tho end that It be successfully conducted. I shall always retain my Interest In the further development of the educational system of Kentucky, and my desire to see It become a perfect system Is one of the reasons why I should like to be a member of th 1 7 Dry Goods Department 50c Dress Goods per yard 25c Druns Goods per yard 25c Vait Goods per yard lOu 10c h 39c 20c 20c 81c 3 3 2 10c Dres Men's Furnishings $1.10 Men's $1.50 to $2.00 Hats 90 Men's 1.25 to 1.50 Hats One lot Men's $1.00 to $2.00 Hats .77 .39 Men's 50e Caps .20 Men's 25o Caps .20 Boys' 25u Caps .79 Men's $1.00 Shirts Joe 10c 10c 10c 25c 15c 10c 20c Percale per yard Gingham per yard Madras per yard Suitings per yard Suitings per yard Hope Cotton per yard Shirtings per yard Satino per yard Sutinc per yard ... Satino per yard Bed Ticking per yard Sic 12c Sic 81c SJc 20c 12c 8Ae . . 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 1 1 (i 1 Pound 25c Coffee 21c Pound 15c Coffee 12c Pound 20c Green Coffee lGc Package Arhuckle Coffee 21c Package Awaco Coffee 15c Cakes Big Deal, Clcancusy, Ivory Soap 25c or Pounds Soda 5c Cans Salmon 25c Cans Corn 15c Cans Tomatoes 15c Cans Kraut 15c Cans Peaches 22c Cans Lye Hominy 10c Cans Pork and Beans 15c Cans Gooseberries 15c' Boxes Rolled Oats 15c Boxes Matches 15c Gallon Coal Oil 11c 13c Gallon Vinegar (Acid) Spools Clarks, O. N. T. Thread 25c Rub-No-Mo- . "SALVET". . . 03c l(ic Sugar, Meat, Lard and Flour at LOWEST MARKET PRICE. All Goods not Priced Above will go at Reduced Prices. We have a Full Line of Spring Goods. Don't Fail to Come. GThis Sale will be tor Cash or Produce Only. Highest. Market Price will be Paid for Produce OVA GRAY Memorial. Garfield, Kentucky iciocz3cnoi3o NOTES. the trip to Owensboro the past week and more on Saturday to attend the good roads meeting than on any other day. Important legislation during the sions of 1912 and 1914. ses- gie, and It was a Carnegie Medal. I took It out and there was a check, yet, a check, for five hundred dollar si "I can now go to California, I said " Mary Rkuecca Ditto, At I was coming down Walnut street Mary W. French School, one afternoon after school, I was wish- March 13, 1915. Decatur, III. ing and thinking of a trip to the To feel strong, have good appetite Panama Exposition. Suddenly cries of frantic voices came and digestion, sleep soundly and en to my ears, then looking down the joy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, street I saw a horse coming wildly to- the family system tonic. Price $1.00. ward me. I looked closer and there Hero HOW THE WISH On the 10th the angel of death visited our little town and took from us our "I respectfully solicit your support beloved sister, Mrs. Delie Simons. "CLAUDE B. TERRELL." The funeral was conducted by Brother Falls, on the 18th. Her for me. I looked at It carefully, and Duncan, of the Tick-ridg- e saw was the bead of Andrew Carne remains were laid to rest in the It CAME TRUE. were people before my eyes In the ur- m r9 ifHnarinn unprnir rnnin in Returns to Indiana. Dear Mr, Babbage: I have moved back to Indiana, but still claim old Breckenridue as my home. My family and myself have a very warm corner in our hearts for old Kentucky, and May God and her many good people. bless them is our prayer. My sou and Wa on YV. C. Reed's nursery, I work get $78.00 per month and like the work tine. Wishing you much success, I am yours truly, send paper to W. C. Morgan, Vincennet, Ind. graveyard. She leaves a husband, three sons and one daughters. Their names are: Robert. Dennle, Zettle and Arnel, and many friends to mourn her death. She has been heard to say, "She was ready to go at any time the Lord called her, and how sweet It is to be ready." I would say to the father and children, weep not as one that has no hope, for we are sure that she is at rest. How the children will miss her, to know her was to love her. "Farewell, dear husband, My life is passed; My love was yours While life did last. After me no sorrow take, But love my children For my sake." A FRIEND. Mr. Maurice Nevin, of Mt. Clair, N. J., was here on a visit to the family of Mr. G. W. Newman and returned to his home on Tuesday. Hawesvllle, Ky , March 27. Mrs, Mrs. Wm. Glvensand daughter, Miss Ella Sterrett has returned to Louisville Ella, went to Owensboro Thursday, after a visit to her mother, Mrs. S. P. where they will meet Mr. Givens and Brown. will spend several days with him. Mr. W. Poster Hayes, of Owensboro, Mr. Henderson Williams has gone to was here Thursday on business. Hickman, Ky., to be absent several Mrs. I. D Cosby and little son spent weeks. HAWESVILLE 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 earlier and to save six weeks feed is an item. that you fully understand. The hog that fattens easily must be in prime physical condition. The B. A. Thomas Hog Powder Is a condition v, It keeps their system er for hogs. clean and healthy and enables them to Wednesday In Owensboro. Mrs. Clarence Sterrett and Mrs. Mag gle Mastin went to Owensboro on for the day. Mrs. A. J. Mason Is visiting relatives in New York. Mrs. James Shalcross has gone to Covington for a visit to relatives. Mrs. Louise Adair will return next week from Miami, Fla., where she has Wed-nesday spent the winter. Mrs. J. W. Reiss, of Louisville, who went to Richland, Ind., to be present at the birthday celebration of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Burroughs, is a guest of Mrs. J, D. Kelly, who also attended the same celebration. Mr. Paul Schmidt, of Evansvllle, was a guest of Mr. E. C. Vance on I was Ut was donel It wa all over. glad that I wa a camp fire girl, so I could try to win my emblem, which It to be fearless. Five wtekt later, on returning from school, there was a. box laying on the table, addressed to me. I opened it and there wat a btautlful medal with a head on It Thlt turtly could not bt Your draccht wilt refund money if PAZO ol Itching, OINTMSNT folia to cure any Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 day. Xfce ant application givca Kate and Real 3tt, Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days ce Miss Kate Jackson Is In Louisville a guest of her sister, Mrs. Clem lackson. Mr. P. J. Ender, of Louisville, spent Tuesday here with fi lends. Mrs. Nannie Sterrett has gone to Louisville to visit her mother, Mrs. Nannie Brashear. Mrs. Agnes Morris and her little daughter, Mary Thomas, of Arden, N. C , are visiting relatives In the county. The local Women's Club are to have an art exhibit here on April 5, (i and 7. The articles now being exhibited by the State Federation of Women's Clubs will be on exhibition. All heirlooms and rare old or fancy articles wilt be given place if brought to the exhibit hall. Several automobile parties have made fatten quickly without falling a prey to the usual diseases of hogs. The B. 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. Governor for Good Roads. Gov. James B. McCreary Is In Washington, where, It Is reported,, he will n ask Federal aid In building .three dollars worth of good roads mil-Wo1 Kentucky. H last I fully W. C. NOTES A warning TO TAXPAYERS! 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. 1 1 1 must have the money. Pay before then and save cost. A. T. BEARD, Sheriff Breckinridge County Pate, Wm. Gibson, A. J. Dye, J. B. Carman, Deputies Influence HARDINSBURG Wonderful Healing In Kidney Troubles. OF SQCIETYAND PEOPLE Methodist Meeting Is Well A- Service for Young People Charles S. Williams Entertains. EASTER VISITORS EXPECTED. ttendedSpecial "A little bit of Patience Often makes the sunshine come Love Makes a happy home. Hope Makes a rainy day Look gay. Charity Makes glad a weary way." year and a half ago I was taken with a severe attack of Kidney trouble that pained mo to such an extent that morphine had to be given inc. Was attended by a doctor who pronounced It as Stone in the Bladder and prescribed Llthla Water. I took Litlua Water and Tablets lor some time and I received no relief from them. stopped taking medicines for some time, later havlne some Swamp-Roo- t in the house I decided to try it and felt While taking the much relieved. the second bottle commenced to pass Gravel In urine until I had passed in all at least a half dozen or more and have not suffered the slightest since and In all have taken one bottle and a half and feel very grateful to Swamp-Koo- t. A Moorman, nt their home near Glen Dean. Master Charles Williams entertained last Wednesday afternoon six boys and twelve girls, the occasion being his third birthday Delightful refreshments were served. Kach one present wasgitenn pink Kaster hat. All left hoping that he will have many more birthdays. Rev Charles, the singer who is assisting in the meeting, held n meeting Sunday afternoon for the young people. It was well attended. Moorman Ditto spent Sunday in Glen Dean with friends. Dr. 1. K. Matthews brought his auto mobile full in of people from Harned to church Sunday. Mrs. lohn D. Shaw was in Louisville! last week. rail r nr Wi mwte TrTTHTr,gritaf'x-''B- a G. W. Cliapin Irvington, Ky, WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT Blacksmithing and General Repairing Articles EGOS 3S5 Energy 10c will buy BEEP, sirloin MUTTON, lex MILK I'OIUC. loin. KOODS 410 445 1030 -- , .1030 1117 1185 13C3 2023 IlItEAKt'AST The pretty sunshine of Saturday brought the ladies out to see the new Yours very truly, H. W. Sl'INKS, spring hats at H. 1'. Heard Ss Co's. and Camp Hill, Ala. JIrs llishop's mil.inery establishments. Personally appearing before me this Mr. Nichols, of Portsmouth, Ohio, arrived last week for a visit to his Kith day of August, i910, H. W.Spinks, who subscribed the above statement daughter, Mrs T S. Williams and made oath that the same Is true In Miss Mary Prauklin Heard has returned to Cincinnati Conservatory of substance and in fact. A. 11 Li:k, Music to resume her study in music, aftEx. of Justice of Peace. er a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'. M Heard. Dr. Allen I,. ICincheloe, of Stanley, is the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Kincheloe. Miss Marline Monarch, of Kirk, was the week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hook. Mr. and Mrs 1 M. Heard were in Louisville shopping last week. Matthias Hook was out on the street Saturday. He is very glad he did not lose his eyes. Mrs C 15 Has well has returned from Louisville, where she was the guest of her husband, who is traveling salesman for Carter Dry Goods Co. Mr and Mrs Crank Hardin, of Mo , are the guests of her parents, Letters to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Illnuhamton. N. V. Will Do For You What Swamp-Roo- t Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a .sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Breckenridge News. t Regular and bottles tor sale at all drug stores. fifty-cenone-doll- Proper Treatment For Biliousness. For a long time Miss Lu!a SVelton, Churehville, N. Y., was bilious and had sick headache and dizzy spells. Chamberlain's Tablets were the only thing that gave her permanent relief. Obtainable everywhere. Ford Service Station Automobile and Gasoline Engine Work a Specialty CHEESE HUTTKIt KICK POTATOES DEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR 2050 3040 0340 v Muscle und Strength Giving Qualities One pound of Hour costing on an uverago of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of moat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Snow Drift, Bob White or Extra Fancy flour from your grocer, ihis will reduce the nigh cost of living. Self-Risin- Energy g 1 Plumbing and Tin Work Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. HILL ITEMS, The electric signs on Market street in are said to be the most San gorgeous, as well as the most intricate in design, on the American Continent. Their sudden appearance at night is a bewildering surprise to the stranger. Forward. Thursday, April 1, the enumeration of the school children shall have begun. To save time, which is limited, it is well that the ages be ready for record. One of the parents, the guardian, or one who has the child in charge, must sign the school pad. Miss Kiiima Hardin, 'from the pike, attended the missionary meeting at the Baptist church Friday and made a visit to her aunt, Miss Annie Allen, while in town. Mr. Frank Storms, wife and children spent Saturday and Sunday in the country, the guests of her sister, Mrs. Garfield Tucker. Mr and Mrs. Hainby have moved to the house adjoining Marion Wcathcrholt. Miss Florence Smith, of I'atesville, last week visited the home of Mr. and Mrs Jessie Isom. William, the little son of Mr and Mrs Joe Allen, is on the sick list Mr. Henry Mattingly has his new house on the lull completed, which, with other new buildings, and the modem iiiu rovetueuts on old houses, makes quite an improvement Leu Gregory went to Louisville Friday to see his little niece, Hdith Miller, who has been critically ill, but has been pronounced out of danger Dr. Francis Iv. Cheek, Synodical superintendent of the Louisville I'resbj tery, preached a fine sermon to a small congregation at the Lucile Memorial Saturday night, after which a meeting of the members was held and he was instructed to make application to the Presbytery for the installation of R. 15. Reeves as pastor. C. W. Satterfield is improving, after two weeks' illness. How To Give Quinine To Children. PRDRILINKIs the trade-mar- k name given to an Improved Quinine. It is a Taiteleta Syrup, plenum to take and doea not disturb the stomach. Children take it and never know it Is Quinine. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Dora not nauseate nor cause nervousness norrtnginar in the bead. Try it the next time you need Quinine for any purpose. Ask lor 2 ounce original package. The name FliURlLINU is blown in bottle. 25 cents. Chairs and Furniture of all Kind Repaired with Mr. and Mrs. Field Tucker,- near Kings wood. Mrs. H. C. Tucker, of McDaniel, was in Louisville lust week buying millinery goods. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Basharn and ARISTOCRAT STRAIN OF BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS Pen No. 1 Headed by a $15.00 Cockerel Kggs for hatching from pen No 1, $ 1.50 per 15; Eggs for hatching from pens 2 and 3 $1.00 per 15. I have been breeding Plymouth Rocks for 20 years and my flock is as good as the best. MRS. W. R. MOORMAN, Glen Dean, Ky. Pne .size The meeting will continue through this week Servic;s in the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and at 7:15 in the evening. Mesdames Dolph and Will DcIIaveu and children, of Oakland, attended the opening at Heard's Saturday. Mr and Mrs John Alexander Miss Katie Kskridge, of Fordsville, Rev. Robert Johnson preached to a spent the week end with her mother, large audience Sunday morning, com. Mrs Adilie Kskridge. Miss Louise Moorman spent Sunday posed of mil niih the town people, but a number from Il'irned and Kingswood with her parents, Mr. and Mrs D C. r ientlemen ip Lively ! Easter's Coming! Wc can fix you up from head to foot in (iptop style. Yu want thHatest in hats, Well, just glance of course. at the styles we are showing class in every one, and the prices are right too. You want the newest in Select your Easter neckwear tics from our large and fine Beauties they are. stock. You want the best in shirts and gloves and handkerchiefs and in a dozen other things that make up our supply of the finest in men's haberdashery HARNED. G, L. Miller, of Kingsvvood, was in Louisville Wednesday on business. Mrs. G. I'. Macy spent a few days of last week with her mother, Mrs. Robert Norton, of West View. O. M. Drane, of West View, was In Louisville last week buying spring goods. J. K. Robertson had a fine mart) to die last Monday. Mrs. Kate Tucker spent last week COME HEUE. Garfield, Ky. I. B. RICHARDSON, family, of Hardinsburg, spent Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Basham's sister, Mrs. Marshal Norton. Robert Weatherford and daughter, You are cordially invited to inspect the Miss Bessie B., spent a few days in beautiful new hats, including all the Louisville last week shopping. Mrs. B E. Gray is ill with measles. popular styles and models, in the parlor Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Purcell, of near of the Garfield Hotel, Duff, visited relatives here last week. Notice has been received here of the ' urrival of a little daughter, Anna Uae, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Payne, at Repton, on March 20. Mr. and Mrs. P. U. Mtlner nnd Garfield, Kentucky. daughter, Mrs. Clifton Allrieh, spent Sunday with Tom Milner. The Sunbeam Band met Saturday afternoon with MUs'Evelyn Bruington. Mri and Mrs. Milt Davis and family were in Hardinsburg shopping Friday. Mr. und Mrs. Willis Frank and son, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Altred, were guests of her mother, McCoy Sunday. Mrs. Lon Horseley, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tucker spent e Dick Pa'.e had an Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and two days ol last week. He had twelve Mrs. Wesley Tucker, near Madrid. acres of ground cleared. The men say W. E. Henninger, of West View, there could easily be over a thousand t, was the guest of Miss Etti Lee cords of good wood saved from the logs of Kingswood, Sunday, that will be burned on the ground. Mrs. Melvin Adams is visiting her Oak, Poplar, Hickory, mother, Mrs. Tom Poole, at Hensley, GARFIELD Walnut and Ash Timber this week. on about 100 acres of Mrs. Amos Wood is quite slcu with Miss Pearl Belle Mattingly attended grippe. land. ' Never been cut the Missionary Conference at Clover- Mrs. Lon Horseley anddaughter,Miss port Friday. Will over or culled. Gola Horseley, visited Mr. und Mrs. Sylgive reasonable time to vester Thornhill part of last week. BEWLEYVILLE NEWS Several of our farmers In this neighget it off land. 4 miles borhood have finished their plowing for from railroad station at corn und tobacco and express themWebster, Ky. Good selves as being ready tor corn planting Miss Maggie Scott and Mr. as soon as the weather will permit. road to haul over. I reJohn Witt Are Married Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ova Gray have been in Louisville the past week purchasing a uarter Goes to lowa For a side on land. Call on or address new line of goods for his store. Visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne, from Clifton, were here shopping Friday. Mrs. Alonzo Bennett, who has spent George and Thomas Giegory came Mrs. S. G. out from Hardinsburg Friday to visit the winter with her sister, Shelley, of Glasgow, returned home W. T. Gregory. their father, Friday bringing her sister, Mrs. Shel Saturday, April 3, will be a busy day ley, with her who will remain several Webster, Ky. Every one is cordially in In Garfield. weeks. vlted to be at the millinery opening at Mrs. Rosa Carter left Monday for I. B. Richardson's on that day. will join her son, Carl, Rev. Leslie DeHart filled his appoint Iowa where she und the Ilardaway bunch which recent- son's Saturday night. ' ment here Saturday and Sunday. lie ly left these parts. was the guest of Mrs. Cora Priest SatOn Thursday, the 2sth. Miss Mairirle Mrs. V. G, Babbage, of Cloverport, Scott was married to Mr. urday night. John Witt, of Misses Lillie Brock, Tlllle and Lamar came up to attend the funeral of her Big Spring. The ceremony was nsr- brother, Ed Foote, and remained over formed by Rev. Deacon, after Paul were guests of Mrs. Frank Smith which with relatives until Sunday afternoon. the couple left for their Thursday night. farm In Hardin county. Misses Beulah and Edith Compton A new girl baby arrived at Tom Easter Millinery Opening!t Mrs. Thursday, April ist. V. B. Mattingly, old-tim- log-rolli- f Timber For Conk-wrlgh- Sale! Roland Raisor,