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PLANNING I Pages No. 40 METHODISTMEETING BROTHERS MARRY SUNDAY THE GARDEN MA IV yeAR MILTON MILLER TWIN SISTERS Ceremony Rev. D. TE.LL VCR CALLEDJY DEATH Member of Prominent Family Dies After a Critical Illness at His Home at McDdniels. At Solemnized by the A- GOTTA flfMLMORE Hardinsburg Will Begin at the M. E. Church Monday, April 11. L Bowlds-Lar- ge seMe trii5 mtKt m ttendance at the Wedding at the Home Near Hites Run. w S'BLUE DRESSES, BLUE SUITS. aRed 21 Brothers marry twin years, nt a double wedding Sunday afternoon when Mr. Nace Robertson and "Miss Elizabeth Allen. Mr. Hfarvev Robertson nnd Ml Artie Allen were united in marriage. The ceremony was solemnized by the Rev. D. L. Bowld? In the presence of a large number of relatives and frietids at the home of the brides' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alford Allen, near Hites Run. s The brides were dressed in blue and the grooms wore bine suits. This young men have bought the (arm of their pirents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robertson and will make their home there. The yrtung brides will do the housekeeping. coat-suit- Of POTATO E5 N THE' " w: CELLAR PORRQVIN'j I've ti TOPACCO TrIE. tm IT Mrs. Piggott Goes to Little Rock, Arkansas. Mrs. Walter!. Piggott, of Irvington, leaves next Tuesday night for a ten days trip to Little Rock, Arkansas. She will at the Woman's Missionary ouncil of the Methodist church South ij; ofvwhich she is superintendent of Social if 'Service. Mrs. Piggott goes with a splendid re port. She superintends the tremendous states. Over work of forty-onlias been spent alone on parson- on ages, over $80,000.00 expended for local $ 37,4oo 43 for relief j needs and besides 135,633. 38 . cases," said Mrs. Piggott This social service department has held more than a thousand cottage have as244 auxiliaries sisted negroes in establishing Sunday schools and helped them in other lines of work In Mrs. Piggott's home county and state the Woman's Missionary Society is - growing and increasing in membership. fi" ItJjrge educational advantages and platis of organization is attract- Jng all the women of the church. They wish Mrs. Piggot a pleasant trip and hope she may be wisely directed in her sincere efforts for the Southern Missiou- ary Societies. It is interesting to note that Mrs. Piggott gives nearly all of her time to t to the work. She received no salary, L, tut all of her expenses are paid. "Anum-P- . ber of the Council members are couipen-- I sated financially. e J6o,-000.- (Copyright.) on the fann of J. T. l'unk, thirty men, with the assistance of twenty women, rolled the logs from a two acre field. The women defeated the men in the MRS. ELMOHNSON Dies at Guston Burial ConNeigh- JOINT For State-Wid- e CANVASS Prohibition-Senator contest churches, Mrs. Owen Taken to Louisville Monday. Mrs. J. T. Owen was taken to Louisville Monday to St. Joseph's Infirmary. She has been ill of throat trouble and other complications for nine weeks, and an operation may be necessary. Mrs. Owen was accompanied by Dr Owen and their son, J. W. Owen, and neice, Mrs Leonard Oelze. Word comes that Mrs. Owen stood the trip splendidly Her daughter, Mrs. John E. Matthews, of Philadelphia, was not here on account of illness, but if her mother's condition does not improve she will come at once. ducted by the Royal bors of America. Beckham and Judge O'Rear to Tour State Frankfort, Kv.. April 1. The fight for the adoption by both the Demo cratic and Republican parties of plat forms advocating the submission to the voters of an amendment to the Con stitution, providing for state-wid- e wilt present United States Senator J. C. W. Beckham and former Chief Justice Ed C. O'Rear touring Kentucky together in a speaking cam palgn in behalf of that issue. Their Mayfield, April 19, tour will cpen and they will speak in that district the next two days. They will include in The meeting at the M. K. church at Hardinsburg will begin Monday, April it, and a great revival is expected. The Rev. Hunt will preach and the Rev. BURIAL AT HARDINSBURG. Chappell will conduct the singing. The Junior Missionary Society, of this Milton Miller died ot his home at church, will entertain the congregation McDanlels Monday ufternoon about 5 a the evening hour next Sunday. All o'clock. He had beeu critically ill for the people of Hardinsburg and the corn several days, and his death w.is mo munity are invited to come and take mentarily expected. Many relatives part in the services. and friends, who called to see him, had no hopes for his recovery. Mrs. Behen's Younger The funeral took place in Hardinsburg yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Brother Dies In Texas, Mrs. Cordrey, a sister of Mr. Miller, went- from Cloverport to attend the Mrs. Hovious lichen returned home services. Monday afternoon from Owensboro, Mr. Miller leaves his wife, three where she attended the funeral of her daughters und one sou. He has a large brother, Liggett Haynes, who died in family connection in this county. Dallas, Texas. This is her second brother to die aud his sudden death was a great shock to her family. Eighty-on- e Mr. Years Old Haynes was about twenty years and Walks Twenty Miles. and was ill, only a short time, of of age B. F. Dowel), of Hardinsburg community, eighty one years old, hiked Worth Her Weight In Gold. from Vanzant to Hardinsburg, a distance of twenty miles. He made the The little girl of Mr. and Mrs. 15. B. walk in five hours Saturday morning. Fontaine, of 1365 Hudson Ave., BerkWhat pedestrian in this county can ley, Cal., has been turned Wanda equal him? Mr. Dowell missed the Messages say that she is worth train and said he did not believe iu her weight in gold. waiting, and came on by foot. He was tired when he reached Hardinsburg, Card of Thanks. but was in a happy mood and glad to see his friends. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindMr. Carter Made Road ness during the sickness and death of Overseer at Irvington. A. A. Adkisson. His niece, Mamie Adkisson. pueu-mouFon-tains. ia. prayer-mee- tings, . - to McDanlels the serious illness of her father, Mr. Milton Miller Mr. and Mrs. James Many Flowers in Cordrey, of this city, spent Sunday Cloverport Easter Sunday. with him. "One rose now, is worth a thousand afterward," was the sentiment ex Herrington-Dye- r. pressed in Cloverport Sunday and Log Rolling Contest. Irvin Mercer and Lora Herrington, many beautiful (lowers were received r The residents, of the Clear Run neigh- of Dyer, were marrhd Wednesday by here. Easter letters, cards and gifts Mr. Mercer Is borhood, near Rockport, Ky., hold the Rev. J. W. Hoskinson. came from distant friends and relatives chimpinonship record as "log rollers." a prosperous farmer and has a new bringing much joy and gladness to all. At an old fashioned log rolling contest, home near Rosetta. The Special Garfield, April 6. Royal Neighbors of America, the woman's organization of the Modern Woodman of the World, brought the body of Mrs. Eli Johnson from Guston to this place yesterday for burial. The Rev. Owen Gilpin officiated at the funeral The interment services were conducted by the Royal Neighbors who were: Mrs. Georgf Neff, Mrs. Anna Ilardaway, Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. F. M. Thompson, Mrs. Claude Myers, Mrs. John Ramsey- Mrs Johnson was a dligeut member of R. N. A., in which she had an insurance of $1,000 She leaves her husband Mr. Miller III. and a son, and two sisters, Mrs. Roy of Cincinnati, and Mrs Gracie Mrs. Frymire, of Frymire, was called Beatty, Saturday on account of J'aync, of Lodiburg. Irvington, April 3. Special. The folks along the' Irvington and Webster road are congratulating themselves ou having B. W. Carter appointed road overseer. Mr. Carter is the man that has made such a success of the County-Fai- r at Irvington and behind the experiment plot that has a stand of crimson clover on it that looks like a May wheat field George Lyddau says It. W. means Best Work and that is what comes with Carter in the lead Illness in Mayor Hamman's Home. Mrs. Chas. Hammanand little (laughters, and Miss Rav Lewis Heyser, are ill of mumps at the home of Mayor Hamman. The children of the Rev. E. O. Cot-trand Mrs. Cottrsll, who were ill of scarlet lever, are getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Plank's little son continues ill. ell af Stock Sales Sons, Kirk, sold to Beard Bros, last week 24 head cattle, S50 average at 5 to 6)2 cents Beard Bros shipped a loa.l of hogs Tuesday and will ship the last of this week three cars cattle to St. Louis. Robertson & Beard sold last week: 1 horse to L. L. l'cmberton, for $200. horse to Pete Butler, Custer, for $150 1 horse to Levy Butler for $175. 1 horse to Charles Alexander for $130. I mule to W. D. Hale, Holt, for $2lo. & 1 Frank McGary Card of Thanks We wish to extend thanks to our neighbors aud friends for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the Illness and death of our dear husband and father. Mrs. A. M. Bennett and Children. An their itinerary every senatorial district where there is an election, not less than twenty counties, Democratic and Republican. J. L. Henry As a Neighbor and Friend. !J. n, Explosion. Hawesville Home is Destroyed by Fire. sr. I ATTENTION! Buy the Flour That Pleases the Cook! Trices on Flour, Meal and Feed the same as advertised in last week's Breckenridge News Fire destroyed the dwelling of Jesse Adams, of Hawesville, Saturday occuwas morning. The house pied by the family of D. H. Basham. The roof was in flames before it was discovered. A piano and most of the furniture were saved. There was $800 Insurance on the house, the value of B. which was $1,200. Woman's Club Organized. Mrs. Chas. L. Chamberlain, of Irvington, organized a Woman's Club al Officers were Lewisport, Friday. Mrs. Owen Temelected as follows: ple, president, Mrs. J. C. Emmick, and Mrs. Griftln, secret, Write or come and see us about Irvington, April (Special.) Having been reared on adjoining farms, aud intimately acquainied with Mr. Henry all my life, I feel like 1 can see both sides of his life. As so much has been said about what may have been his faults, let us drop the mantle ot charity over these, and praise and em ulate the finer and more sensative qual itles of his life. As a neighbor Mr, Henry would measure up to a high standard. As a friend he would con sider your interest and make It that of his own. His most prominent charac terlstic was his honesty, coupled with his earnest disapproval of a little ills honest act as it appeared to him. His acts of charity were many, for he never turned away a hungry tramp, or failed to respond in a substantial way to one in need who showed to him it was a de serving case of charity. A loving husband and faithful father. A man of tender sympathetic, feeling and never failed to drop a tear and lend a helping hand to those In trouble or distress. His old friend, J. B. Ilerndon. Fine Policeman at County Seat An endeavor to start a fire iu a stove by pouring iu some coal oil, resulted in an explosion at the home of Floyd Salisbury, a farmer, Prestonsburg, Ky., witli the result that John Salisburry, his sou, aged 10, sustained serious burns. Calvin Hendrick, chief of police, and Depot Is Robbed. T. Z. Allen, deputy sheriff, HardinsThe Louisville & Nashville depot at burg, went to Louisville Saturday. Chief Heudrick came back in a new Franklin, Ky., was robbed last Satupy.. spring suit with brass buttons. Mr. day night. The marauders entered the Hendrick Is making one of the best of- office by breaking through a window. ficers the city of Hardinsburg has ever The safe was blown open and $17.50 in had. money stolen. No Sale This Week! The continued dry weather has cut our sale day again this week. We are ready and waiting for the weath-t- o moisten up so tobacco can be handled. Soon as the season comes rush in your tobacco and it will be sold. We are expecting a big sale and big prices. Fertilizer, Grass Seed and Lumber Get the McQuady Habit, Nothing Like it! tary and treasurer. ' Methodist Notes, The Comrade Class gave an informal at the Methodist church Thursday night. The Cloverport Orchestra furnished beautiful music and a delightful time was had by the Comrades and their friends. The Epworth League gave a silver social Friday night. A large number of the Baptist young people were pres ent and all enjoyed a pleasant evenlug. The offerings amounted to $11, There were no church services Sunday ou account of scarlet fever und Illness In several homes. The Comrade Class held services ut the parsonage. At Child Attacted By a Dog. The 10 year old daughter, of Mat thew Heed, of Danville, Ky., was at tacted by a pet dog. It grabbed her in the face, one tooth striking the eye. probably destroying the sight. It is thought that she will recover. The dog was killed. m We Pay the Freight to Your Station on 400 Pounds or More Baby on Doorstep. There was fouud 011 the doorstep at the home of Mrs. Carrie Cloyd, of Cave City, Sunday morning about 4 o'clock, a two mouths old baby, nicely dressed, lying lu a basket with plenty of clothes aud fs in mouey. It will probably be turned over to the county authorities, who will secure a place for it it) some orphanage. Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Thompson's Farm. PMcQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. Morgan, my fine burse, will be at ray stable on L. V. Thompson's farm all this seasou. For particulars write me at once. M. S. Bernard, Cloverport, Ky. Warehouse Company Hardinsburg, : : : : : Kentucky NEWS OF IMPORTANCE FROM GARFIELD A TIMELY GIFT. Ten Weeks In Bed Eminent l Physician Failed It Wasn't Much, but It Meant a Great Deal to Dr. Anna 8hw. Recovery. When Dr. Annu Howard Shnw was Won-oerfu- I wlh to inform you of the great benefit I have derived from the use of Miss Lottie Stearman Dies Fri Swamp-Roo- t. I had bcn a aulTster day Only Daughter of Mr. for more than twenty vears from kid ney and liver trouble and was almost and Mrs. John Stearman eonitantly treated by the most eminent physician who could only give Funeral of Mrs. Johnson. I had been In me temporary relief. bed ten weeks when I began the use of EASTER HUNT SUNDAY Mrs. Ell Johnson, from Guston, was brought hero Monday and burled at the Dowcll burying ground. She was burled by an order the Royal Neighbors. Mrs. Johnson was Miss Lou before marriage. Miss Lottie Stearman, only daughter of Mr. and Mm. John Stearman, died at her home near Perrlns Friday, April 2, and was burled at Good Hope April H. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. Mltcham. Lottie was a devoted Christian, and the example of her beautiful Christian life will long be remem bered by her loved ones and friends.' She professed faith in Christ at nine years of ne, and hud lived a consistent lite and died such a triumphant death. Expressing her faith in the Lord and her willingness to depart and be at rest. To the loved ones who will so sadly Weep not miss her we would say: dear father, mother and brother. There is no death; what seems so is transition. This life of mortal breath is but the suburb of the Life Elysian, whose portals we call Death. Misses Emma Meador and Hess Miller and Nell Sprlngate, from Custer, were guests of friends here Sunday on their way to Ilardinsburg where they are attending school. Will Do For You Prove What Swamp-Roo- t & Co's. want Sec Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., ad. Blnghamton, N. Y., for a sample size Hruington preached a bottle. It will convince anyone. You Rev. C. L. splendid sermon Sunday to a large will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys crowd in the morning, and after the and bladder. When writing, be sure sermon the children engaged in a very and mention the Breckenrldge News. size and enjoyable egg hunt on the lot back of Regular fifty-cethe manse. A bountiful dinner was bottles tor sale at all drug stores. served by the ladies of the town and community, and the afternoon was quick and lively In their work. It ts pleasantly and profitably spent in a no wonder that the Australian gives Sunday School rally. Our county pres- much thought for his dogs, for It goes ident, Wesly Smith, from West View, without saying that the work of the and Frank May, from Harned, were sheep station could not be accomplished without them. In ordinary cases there. Is reckoned that one dog can do the Roscoe Carman's little girl is very It work of half u dozen men. In many sick with pneumonia. Instances n dog Is superior to fifty huMrs. J. A. Sandbach and children mans, and where there arc such vast and Mrs. V. W. Smith were guests of (locks of nimble sheep, such as the Mrs. Hawkins Smith at Hensley Friday. merinos In Australia nre, It would be Little Sylvia Harnes fell and cut her Impossible to round them up so that emmlned, counted nnd they may head severely on a coal bucket last duly lookedheover without the dogs. Thursday. She is getting along very Argonaut. well at present. Misses Lillian May and Evelyn HruLAWS OF THE INCAS. ington came up from Harned to attend the Easter s:rviees at the Presb)terian A Code That Was Remarkable For He Beneficent Simplicity. church here Sunday. Among the most remarkable laws of Mrs. Harvey Triplett and children, from Itiwleyvlllc, are guests ot her the Incus were those concerning taxation. The principal feature of those mother, Mrs. Ella Mattingly. laws was that taxes were not paid In Little Franklin 1'oule is quite .sick. money, hut 111 work and In produce, .Harry Kennedy left Fridaj for Ne whether manufactured or grown. The liici emperors thought It unjust to de braska. 111:1 ml Hint taxes should he paid in any Tank Carman, who has been confined kind of commodity that the people could to his lionif all winter with rheumatism, not produce by their own personal Is no better. Tile people No paid another "rt of Misa Mary Helen Whitworth, from Ilardinsburg, was the week euil guest tribute. They made clothes, shoes and arms for the soldiers nnd for the pool of MUs Annie Mildred Smith who tould nut work themselves owing in use or uillruilty. The cloth was Whensvcr You Need a Hsneral Tonic madiMit wool from the Hocks of llamas Take Grave's thai clxiiiiidcil In the mountains. On The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless the plains ot the sc:ico,i"t. where tit" chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Is warm and they do not dress General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QUININE In woolens, the eoplo made cotton and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives cloth. Hie cotton lieing supplied from out Malaria, Ullriches the Blood and the ciops of the empeior. The shoes Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. were maths in the provinces where if aloes were most abundant, for they were made of the leaves ot a tree SHEEP DOG TRIALS. called maguey. Each province furnish Ad-klssHeston-Whitworth one-doll- ar 11 In Boston alio wns very poor and had to depend on tho little preaching she did to pay her expenses. After n week's hnrd work at a rcTlval, for which, sho received no money, sho wns, heartsick nnd discouraged. She tells the story thus In tho Metropolitan .Magazine: I, wns friendless, penniless pnd starring, but It was not of these conditions that I thought then. The one fact wns that I hnd been Swamp-Root- . Inside of twenty four wanting. I was hours I could tee that I had been weighed and found worthy. I continued to use not greatly benefited. I stumbled along, passing blindly a Swamp-Roo- t until I had used several woman who stood near the church enbottles when 1 really felt that my old trance. Sho stopped me timidly and trouble was completely cured and T bcld out her hand. Then suddenly she am positive that any person suffering put her arms around me and wept with kidney or liver trouble can be She wns an old lady, and I did not know bcr. bnt It seemed fitting that cured by the use of this preparation. she should cry Just then, os It would I am now In the best of health, betto me If nt that ter than I have been for ten years or have seemed fittingthe people on the black moment nil more. I do not know how to express earth had broken Into sudden walling. myself as strongly as I desire, in fa"Oh, Miss Shaw," sho said, "I'm the as I happiest woman In the world, and I vor of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koo- t, am sure that It saved my life and that owe my happiness to you I Tonight my good health is due entirely to this you hnve converted my grandson. He's great remedy I heartily recommend all I have left, but ho 'has been a wild it to every sufferer and am confident boy, nnd I've prayed over him for they can be benefitted as I have been. years. Hereafter he Is going to lead a given me It is a pleasure for me, gentlemen, to different life.on He has Just his knees." his promise hand you this recommendation. Her hand fumbled In her purse. MRS H. J. PRICE, "I am a poor womnn," she went on, 1406 Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio. "but I hnve enough, and I want to Personally appeared before me this make you n little present. I know how 13th of September, i909, Mrs. H. J. hnrd life Is for you young students." She pressed n bill Into ray fingers. Price, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is "It's very little." sho said humbly; "It is only So!" true in substance and in fact. I laughed, and in that exultant moR. A. CaLVKkt, ment I seemed to hear life laughing Notary Public. with me. With the passing of the bill from her hand to mine existence hnd to Lctten become n new experience, wonderful Dr. Kilmer & Co. and beautiful. Hlnihemton.N. V. studying theology I $30 is In Gold Given Away! 3 1 Just think of this grand offer $30 in Gold absolutely Free. going to be given to the farmers of Breckenridge first, second and third best 10 ears of corn with SWIFT'S FERTILIZER bought from us, the premiums to be awarded at our corn show next fall. This big prize county who grow the 'Now is the time to get ready to win this money. Plant your corn with a determination to get in the money an effort without a determination is no good. The ground, the corn, the Fertilizer nor the season will win this prize nor increase your yield unless you make an effort and will that it shall. You ask the winners of the last contest and they will tell you that the quality and quantity of the corn produced compensated them more for the effort than the prizes they won. "Any person purchasing as much as 200 pounds of SWIFT'S FERTILIZER from us and using same in as much as one acre of his corn, is entitled to enter our Corn Growing Contest." Begin now to make ready to win part of this money. $15.00 for the best for the second best, and $5.00 for the third best. Keep up your enthusiasm even until after the show. Win one of these prizes, help pay for your fertilizer and produce more and better corn. The date of the show will be announced later; all you have to do is 10 ears; $10.00 to make the corn and to show it. B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Kentucky "It Is the biggest gift I have ever had," I told her. "This little bill Is big enough to carry my future on Its back!" WANT TO WRITE Wall, Here' A NOVEL? Your Plot All Ready For the Little Details. Take one ocean liner plying between San. Francisco and the Philippines. Add a young man going to Hawaii on business and an heiress and her aunt going nowhere in particular. Mix the two young folk gradually among the other passengers, with an occasional half hour alone away from tho watchful eye of the nunt. Turn the ship Into the center of one tropical storm. Mix froth, gradually until they come toa the sea and the howling of the winds. Beat the vessel slowly against jagged 11 Irvington Breeding Stables! DR. P. W. F00TE & SON, 1. Irvington, Ky., R. F. D. rocks until It Is well pounded up. Throw In looks of despair to suit the taste. Add one blinding flash of lightning "that rent the heavens" to a "convulsive heave of tho stout old hull thnt had braved the southern seas for Percheron Society of Draft Stallion, "Comanche Chief," No. 634-16- , Dark Iron Gray, 6 years old, 1600 Pounds. America. Farmers, send us your good unites. This is iho only horse worth considering if you want good, heavy horses and big bono blocky marcs to do farm work and raise mules. Mr. C. D. Harda-wacolts from tbis horse at our Colt of Guston, Ky., paid $220 cash for a pair of 5 months-olShow last October; and an offer of $1,000 was made for 10 select Glly colts of his get, by a dealer. y, Service Animals. d years." Pour a wave mountain high on the ship, mixing the passengers briskly together; then turn the entire mass suddenly Into the sea. Put the young against a mini's nrm providentially floating spar, chicken coop or door torn off n stateroom. Have another convenient wave sweep the mnid in his direction.' Put in a "strong young arm." Ail "llieli all grew black," Drop In a sandy beach unexpectedly 11 $12.50 for Colts that live to Suckle. I'm Tie her;) on the bench. Have him "come to" with the sun shining bright or brightly. Close by put the maid. la the daughter or the skipper of iIcj schooner Hesperus, minus the salt sea licing frozen on her breast. Inject into the situation at tills point one handy cave, with another ditto near hy. Add signals dully to passim: ships. After baking thoroughly for six months 011 the Island put In n rescue after hope had been abandoned, trip to the good old U. S. A. and one church close to the corner. Mix In stitliclent detail to suit, place in 1111 attractive cover mid serve to the public Xuwh at ?1.:!j per 11 11 serve.-Indianap- olis Saddle Stallion, "The Prime Minister." Chestnut with Stockings and Stripes. Breeding: Traces of old Endor through sire, and to Stranger through both dam and grand-dam- . Ho is bred risht, made right, and natural in all tho gaits. If you want to patronize a a Saddle Stallion, come and see this fellow. $10 for Colts that live to Suckle. "BLACK SAMPSON," 515. Jack, taken all round, wo novor expect to wo a better Jack in Tho big bone Taxpayer-Starligh- t this county. Wo ask .you to note tho wonderful uniformity in hi3 mules. With hardly an exception they are tho heavy body, short leg kind Ho sires good mules from almost any kind of mare, but is peculiarly suited for mating with tho fine bono, long logged saddle mare, resulting in tho better selling mule. Diccrest. Australia's National Pastime, the tcso Cross Test. Mai Slli'vp dot; tl'hils iiiii.x lie considered u national pastime II' not u national Tlii'io is nil mi bj.uii in Australia mini agricultural Mum In every town mid village in the pastoral pari. There competitions on the lines are Kent-ni- l of the American county mid state fairs Tlii'iv me lioise races, duel; jumpiic sliciiilnu'. lug chopping nod other strenuous competitions. Itut not one ot tlie.se excites more Interest than the hheep dog trials, and In these tests Australians have set the example t certain of the most serious tusks that it man uinl n dog may he asked to tie coniplisli with three strange sheep -sheep that hail never previously met until they hail a moment hefoie lieen turned out from three .separate pens to ho packed or gathered together by the dog. It was the Australians who tlrst put forward, and they still maintain It. the i Maltese cross test. The eight hurdles nre bet in the shape of a Maltese cross. The passages are of a width that will permit only one sheep to pass through ut it time. The animals have to he driven north and south and east and west, nil tho passes helng open ut tho time. The skill mid patience of the dog are here tried to the utmost, and there can be little wonder there Is a gasp of satisfaction and a cheer of Joy when the sheep hare been successfully driven through these narrow slx-too- ed Its own produce, and no province had to supply anything that did imt lie ing a steiimer) So you would advise long to il. me to come back by the Sunday night mandate that forhade train In order to catch I lie boat 011 There was beggary and destitution: that, ot course. Monday morning? followed upon due provision ot llieli Station Master severely A wud laws. Every citizen was provided for advise line 111011 tae' profane the Saw-hattheoretically and practically. No man but A'll Jist repeat -- If ye wait need lie idle: 110 man need lack laud or till the Monday ye' nae get the conseed or Implements for cultivation; nection. London Punch. therefore no one was permitted to heg It any were found doing so It was He Took It. clear proof of Idleness, for the incapa While .lames II. Beard, the artist, were provided for. and contempt blu was painting a portrait of .achsiry and punishment went meted out 011 nil Taylor hu said to him. "Well, general. tramps, vagabonds ami Idlers. "The suppose you are to hu our next presSecret of the I'ndtle." 11 1 Tourist (after long discussion with station master on the subject of catch11 "CHICAGO PRIDE." A double Warrior. Black with white nose and belly; 15 hands high; largo, flat bono and big foot; fine stylo and has metal like a horso. Ho is ono of tho surest and best breeders in the mules. No matter what typo mare you havo, we State. Few Jacks have sired moro can show you a wise and profitable mating. high-priced Our Jack Fee is $10 for Colts that Suckle. A cordial invitation is extended tho public, and sincero thanks for past patronage. Best of service. Frco skilled attention if required. Pasturago for distant marcs at reasonable rates. Ac- ident?" cidents, if any, at owners risk. ' His Punishment. In.l n linrrllile dream hist IllL'llt." said Iliiddleston when he came down to breakfast the other morning. "What was It nsked his wife. "I dreamed that I was III inirgiltory niul 1V119 made In do all tllu things I would lo If I had told my friends were In their places." Brooklyn Life. "T V 1 "1 hope not." grunted the bluff old hero. "No military man has any business In the presidential chair, but if they oiler It to me I suppose I'll bo fool enough to accept It" And he was. Farm 2 CHEN UJLT. J IV! lies South of Irvington. by lire; covered with in- last week surance. Has Her Troubles. Nothing can exceed the weight of experienced by a woman who Is trying to entertain eight guests Fixing the Blime. With an equipment of six knives and She I wonder what makes the baby forks nnd six napkins. Kansas City so wakeful? He Heredity. That's Journal. what comes of you Bitting up nt night waiting for me to got homol PhilaThe earth Is our workshop. Wo may delphia Ledger. not curse it: we aro bound to sanctify It. MazzinL Avoid arguments If possible, and way. especially avoid them If ImponMblo. sheep dogs ore the The Australian Judge. smallest In use in tho world, but ore Courting With Mind on Court. Ho So Judge Blank proposed to Alice Inst night. She Yes, and he mado nn nwful break. When she nsked him for time to consider his proposal he gavo sixty days. Boston Transcript. Mrs. Dr. Sphire and son, Moses, vis. ited Mrs. J. S. Manning last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L,. M Louisville last week purchasing their Dr. D. S Sphlre was In town Friday on business. Mrs. Scott Cunningham, who has not been able to get around for several weeks, we are glad to say is improving. Jno. Frymlre and sitter, Miss Kath-rin- e, were In Louisville last week on business. Mrs, Matt Davis, of Concordia, is spending a few days the guest of Mrs. Ollle Jarboe. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Manning, who spent the winter with her mother, Mrs. Mary Stallman, will now occupy the vacant residence on Stallman Bros', upper farm, near town. Mrs. Tula Frymirq and daughter. Sue, who spent the winter with her son at Wabash, Ind., has returned home. Miss Frymlre spent her time in music and is now accomplished In her week. Mrs. Richard Stallman In Louisville last week buying spring and millinery juruuure. Mrs. Dr. D. Stepheson and children, ni .'MMnnpnthnrr vt v iiiui urn vioiwiuu 11 it cms, mr. anu Mrs. u. n, liosley. 1 111 naHH - .1 II I T . last work. , B d ff a aa itt.. lMi.il.. nt.... " WW "WW1 Bill Tht worst caws, no matter of how lone Pa aa -! Plla ,m Subscribe for The News Paul Kaullman lost his residence goods. aro cured by too wonderful, old relit Porter's Antiseptic Heallnc Oil. It P ala and Ueals at tie same time. Jtc, K MEADE COUNTY MESSENGER NOTES. K. Y. Weil-Know- Ill, WORK J. K. Ditto, who has been In Dallas, Texas, for several weeks, returned home Sunday. , Mrs J. II, Trent, jr., has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ilrashear, of Owcnslioro. Mrs, KHwi Woolfolk, nge seventy, widow of the late Judge J. 1', Woolfolk, died Friday morning, after a long illness. She is survived by four daughters,. Mrs, Doss, of Oklahoma City, Mrs Baltic Owlngs, Mrs Geo Frymire and Miss Minnie Woolfolk, of this city, and two sons, Orla, of Louisville, and Will Wool-folof this city. Funeral services were held nt'tlie residence Saturday, conducted by Rev. Duvalle, of the M. 15. Church of which she was a member Burial was at Iluck Grove cemetery. Dr Stitli and family will move to their new home near here this week. In losing them Ekron loses some of our best residents as the doctor and his good wife are estimable people and neighbors. Ekron Notes. Miss Forrie Hardin,' of Holt, uttended the funeral of Mrs. J F. Woolfolk. Mr Winchell, of Oklahoma, left Monday for his home, taking his two little motherless children with him, who have been with Bro. Winchell and wife this winter. They are unusually bright, He expects to stop attractive children in Louisville a few days before leaving for his western home. Ekron Notes. Kl Paso, Texas, March 24. Dear Mr. Duncan: My father, H. C. Rawlings, died this mcrning at 9:20. He has been an invalid since April 13, 1914, and in His ill health for the past three years. death was due to inflammation of the bladder. He would have been 78 years old Nov. 27 We will have funeral services here Friday and I will leave with the body Friday night for Kansas City, where he will be buried Sunday. UZZIE RAWLINGS. n Man Becomes More Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? Thoroughly Kentucky. Identified With AT THE OLD RELIABLE Lexington, April 0. L. T. Cooper, the philanthropist who fltctrllled Lex Ington by furnishing, nt his own pet sonal expense, the bread that Is used In the Orphans' Homes in that city, who established a "Bread Line" for the Indigent poor, and who is conducting an agricultural exposition to encourage the farmers, whom he considers the bone and sinew of the land, became more thoroughly identified with Lexington In particular, and Central Ken tucky In general, when he became a member of the Young Men's Christian Association. Mr. Cooper was waited upon by a delegation of some cf Lexington's best young men and invited to join the local Y. M. C. A. Mr. Cooper, a native Kentucklan, not only accepted the Invitation to become a member, but he endorsed the work of one of Lexington's most deserving and commendable in- stitutious. The demand for Tanlac, the remark able medicine that is now being Intro duced by Mr. Cooper to prove his theories on health, is now the biggest thing of the kind ever seen In this section. The preparation Is accomplish ing a powerful amount ot good among Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. SHERIFF'S SALFI (venditioni Exponas) virtue of a Judsment No. (5011 dl rertnl tn ma. which issued from the Clerk's Oniee of the Hreckenridge Circuit Court in favor of J. B. Bates & Sons against F. M. Burden, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 26th day ol April, 1915, between the hours of 13 o clock, a. m., anazo ciock, p. m , at the Court Bouse door In Hardlnsburg, Ky., expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, ($70 50) Seventy dollars and thirty nine cents. Executed by levy-in- g on a certain tract of land, lying and being In Ureckcnridge County, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone on the side of the Uowiing Green road; thence N. 87 E. 04 poles to a stone; thence N. as V. 44 poles to a black oak; thence N. 42 E. 52 poles to a black oak tree; 36)5 E. .12 poles to a stone; thence N. 75 poles to a stone; thence N. "5 W. 27 poles to a chestnut; thence i. yi w. 4 poles to a stone; thence N. 8(J W. ii'2 poles to a stone; thence N. 63 W. 24 Do es to a white oak; thence S 62 W 20 poles to a hickory at the church yard and road; thence with said road south to the Buffalo hill at the beginning, containing One Hundred acres, and levied upon as the property of F Uv Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers FROCK OF GOLDENROD SATIN. Frock of light gray goldcnrod satin, the skirt hanging In ample folds from a girdle of king's blue velvet Bodice of satin and cream lace with Inset vest of cream daphne silk. Judge Rawlings lived in Meade county SOME FASHION DONT'S. for many years and always took an acDon't wear any veil unless you can tive part in county affairs. He served the county as Deputy Sheriff, County wear a fresh one, uud don't wear one enough to Judge and Representative. His many unless you can take time arrange it neatly and dulutlly. friends here will regret to learn of his j Don't wear more than one ring on death. ' a Dnger If the linger Is short. Don't choose n conspicuous style or Horse Sense. color for a frock that must do long A horse that refrains from eating Is service. An equally smart dark color using the hcrse sense method of cur- will look fnr better. Don't wear white topped boots If ing Itself of some Intestinal trouble. your ankles are large. Nature sometimes fails, so take no Don't Imagine that seventeen shades chances but go to the aid of nature as ' of brown, tan, putty and sand fun be soon as you see something wrong with safely worn at the same time. They your horse and give It a dose or two of clash almost ns badly us so many difB. A. Thomas Stock Rerafdy. If It ferent shades of various colors. Don't forget that eveu In this day of does not respond at once, this medicine costs you nothing and its just as front closings the back of the frock sure with cows or sheep. Weglvejou must be occasionally looked at In a your money back. For sale at Wed- mltror to make sure that Its lines are becoming and that It Is properly adding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. the thousands who sutler from catarrh, stomach, liver and kidney complaints as well as rheumatism. Hundreds of those who have actually used Tanlac talk enthusiastically about the astonishing results they ob tained from the medicine. Peter Geiser, living at 4i3 Clifton avenue, Lexington, said: "While I haven't used an entire bot- of Tanlac so far, yet I consider it the most wonderful medicine I have ever seen. I suffered for years with stomach and kidney trouble. I also had headache, indigestion, and at tacks of rheumatism. "My troubles have all disappeared. and I can trace my remarkable Im provement to no other cause than Tanlac. It is fine." Tanlac can now be obtained in Cloverport from Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irvington from Trvington Pharmacy. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ? S: M "p' Always In olllrc during ofllcu hours Irvington, Ky. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of 6 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 tier cent per annum from day cf sale, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. A. T. BEAKD. S. B C. By W. C. PATE, D. S. M. Burden. sheIfTsIe! By justed. Pierre Vigline Dead. Pierre Vigline, president of the German Bank and one of the best known bankers of Louisville, died at 3:10 March 28. Three years ago his health began to decline, but it was not until June of last year that lie became solicitAt that time ous about his condition he underwent an operation which prolonged his life. The Quinine That Doss Not Affect The Held Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Is better than ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor rineine in head. Remember the full name and look for the Igne.ture of E. W. GROVE. 25c. Should Not Feel Discouraged. So many people troubled with Indigestion and constipation have been benefitted by taking Chamberlain's Tablets that no one should feel discouraged who has not giveu them a trial. They contain no pepsin or other digestive ferments but strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform Its functions naturally. Obtainable everywhere. Try our Job Department (venditioni Exponas) vlrture of a Judgment No "23 di rected to me, which issued from the ROME, IND., NEWS Clerk's Olllce of the Breckeurldge Circuit Court In favor of the Hank of Cloverport against F. L. Llghtfoot and Mrs. A. J. Gross, of Holt, Ky , spent W H Gibson, I. or one of my deputies, April, 1915, Tuesday with Mrs. J. W. McCanu and will, on Monday, the 26th day ol between the hours of i2 o'clock, a. m.. Mrs. M. D. l'umphrey. and 2 o'clock, p. m., at the Court Mr. Lewie Luchs is very ill. His House door in Hardlnsburg Ky., exto the highest bidpose to daughter, Mrs. F. N. Wilson, is with der, the Public Saledescribed property, fcilowlug him. or so much thereof as may be necessary Mrs. Owen Shoemaker spent a few to satisfy plalntlll's debt, interest and Two Hundred Dollars costs, to wit: days last week in Stepheusport. and fifty cents ($200.50 ) Mrs Clarence Wheeler spent Sunday parcel ot ground, lying and A certain with her mother, Mrs. J. W. McCann. being In the City of Cloverport, Ky., and Is the west half of. lot No. 2g. with Mrs Harney Anspach is recovering a frontage of 5O feci on Fourth street from a serious illness. and rur.nlng back by paralleled lines Mrs. O. Dellaven, of Cloverport, Ky., 175 feet to an alley and is a part of the L. deeded to spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. M. D, same property Dellaven, It Commissionby J. K. Pumphrey. er, on the 23rd day of October, 1872, Mrs. Caroline Ilrashear is visiting Mrs and recorded In Commissioner's Deed Book No. 28. page 508 in Ureckenrldge Harney Anspach. County Clerk's Office, and levied upon Mrs. Abe Crist was in Cauuelton last as the property ol Dr. F. L Lightfoot. Terms: Salo will be made on a week. credit of 0 months, bond with approved Mrs. Sue Wedding, of Canneltou, was security required, 'bearing interest at with her daughter, Mrs. Ilubenzer, last the rale of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and week. effect of a Judgment. To-wl- t: New-some,' repair and renew every little while? You know Trinidad Lake asphalt is "Nature's everlasting waterproofer", and gives life and resisting power to roofing. Genasco is made of Trinidad Lhke asphalt; Klcct it gives and applied with the Kant-lea- k years of faithful service. Costs no more to get Genasco and be on the safe side i r i inc It actually tubus iicsb m ii. iuug iuii. We are ready to till your order 11010. Irvington Hardware Irvington, & Why not lay roofing that you don't have to Implement Co. Ky. L4vraa, v Come at once! my horse is sick. Prompt attention must be giv en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you to get the veterinary quickly. It also keeps you in touch with the markets and your neighbors. If there is no telephone on your farm write today for our Free Booklet. Address:- - Mrs. Wallace Tierce, of Louisville, A. T. BEARD. S. II. C. By W. C. PATE, D. C. spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Whitmarsh. Hill Harp has moved here from and is in on of Mr. J. W. McGinn's houses. -- , is visit Miss Lydla Frank, of Killed by Horse Kick. Miss Jennie Row has returned to ing her parents for a few days Louisville. W. H. Word, a farmer near GlasMisses Ella Leaf, Ruth Weather-hol- t, gow, Ky., who was kicked In the head Verda Polk and Alia Lamb took by a horse Friday evening, died Sun Splendid for Rheumatism. the teachers' examination Saturday day night of the Injuries. He was "I think Chamberlain's Liniment is which was held at Cannelton. sixty-fiv- e years old. He was a Mason just splendid for rheumatism," writes Mrs. Jack Hartley of Evansville, is and was survived by his wife and seven Mrs Dunburgh, Eldrldge, N. Y. "It been used by myself and other visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. children. : i--lg twws 11 ail T0BINSP0RT ITEMS. Metal Roofing Koll Cup with Cups and Cleats, has members of my family time and time again during the past six years and has always given the best of satisfac tion. " The quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Liniment affords Is alone worth many times the cost. Obtainable everywhere. With Old Curtains. When your old lace curtains are too badly worn for using do not throw them away. Cut oil the lace edge and the net part makes good waist linings. It can also be used for pretty flouncing for petticoats; join them with iace insertion and finish with a lace edge. Farmers' Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPOKATBO t , BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. For a small beginning the sale and use of this remedy has extended to all Doan's Regulets are recommended part of the United States and to Jeweler Dead. by many who say they operate easily, many foreign countries. When you without griping and without bad after have need of such a medicine give Kmanuel Moss, aged seventy-eigh- t, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial for thirty yearsjone of the leading jew-ler- s effects. Mc at all drug stores. of Owensboro, Ky., died last week. and you will understand why it has beHe""is survivedbyl his widow and ten come 10 popular for coughs, colds and Column croup. Obtainable everywhere. Try children, For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household remedy. Two sizes 25c and 00c at all drug stores. Jas. England. Little Pauline Hawkins is numbered with the sick. Misses Ethel and Mabel Ahl are Dr. McDonald sick with the grippe. Is attending them. Mr. Alexander Roeser, of Tell City, was the guest of Miss Vevah Winchell. Rev. N. F. Gabbert, of Owensboro, and Rev. Jack, of Rome, (Hied their regular appointments here Sunday morning and had union services at the Baptist church Sunday night. Mr. Edgar Hills, of Tell Cltv, was the guest of Miss Myrtle Hawkins Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Winchell were In Cannelton Saturday, Miss Edna Leaf, of Moweaqua, III., is visiting relatives and friends here. Cannelton Telephone. How To Olvo Quinine To Children. name elven to en FnnRII.INI? la the trade-marimproved Quinine. It la a Tatelesa Syrup, pleas, aut to take auddoea not disturb the stomach. Children take it and never know it Is Quinine. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor came nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try it the next time you need Quinlue lor any purpose. Ask for 2 ounce original package. The name l'UUKlLINU is blown iu bottle. 25 ceuU. A Pressed Stunding Seam, 2 V Crimp with Strips, 3 V Crimp with Stioks, 5 V Crimp without Sticks, 2 inch Corrufiuted, Dastardly Theft. Unknown persons removed the corner stone of the New Eaton Memorial Methodist church on West Third street, Owensboro, Ky., some time last Wednesday night and took therefrom a Uible and some change, probably $3 or which had been placed In the stone about a year ago when the church was Metal Shingles. Any of tlio above in either Pninted or Galvanized. Write us a Postnl Curd for Delivered Prices on any style you may need. Wo pay tho Freight uud Ciuuruntoc our Roofing to ho satisfactory or money refunded. dedicated. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Fordsville Planing Mill :Co, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Misuir PnrHcuillo Kentucky the "Want" Try a Want Ad. Today THE BRECKENR1DGE issued ivory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNU. 0. BAIIUAGb. Lditur and Publisher Cultivate the Habit of Cheerfulness By ORISON SWETT Notice All persons claims against the estate of B. F. I PftlDENT AfJEW: COAf (S TL WAVD YOU WAT lf MARDEN. .McC'lur Newtpaper Xyndlcntr.) hav-in- g woman In California, who, sorrow, had of crushing fallen a victim to despondency, Insomnia and kindred Ilia, determined to throw oft the gloom which was HUSINKSS LOCALS lOo per line, and 5c for eneh additional mnklnp llfo so heavy a hurden to her, and established a rule that she insertion. would lauRh nt least three times n charged for at tho rate of day, whether occasion presented or CARDS OF THANKS over five lines riot. Accordingly, sho trained herself 10 cents per lino. to laugh heartily at tho least provomoney cation, and would retire to her room OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, and make merry by herself Sho was in ndvance. soon In excellent health and buoyant Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please spirits, nnd her homo becamo n sunny, rJieerful abode. notify us. JRh-InTo people who have lost tho habit I would say: Lock yourself In your room and practice smiling. THE NEW KIND OF NEWS WANTED. Smile at your pictures, furniture, lookingWhen a carpenter builds a hous'C, docs he stand and look at it -glass, anything. Just so the stiff ho. wonder how ho could make it more muscles nro brought Into play again. nftcr it is linislird? Doc-n- 't In order to become normal, tho convenient and attractive? When a woman finishes a dies?, does natural forces within us sho think of another way hc could have cut it, to improve its .tvlc? must bo released. Laughter Is one "We have never built a house, but every week wc build a newspaper. form of exercise which sets them of Hardins-bur- g Some of the material that goes in, is not always what we exactly free, rescues men from thoof "blues." n man Somewhere I have read . want, and often the ver article wc want in, must bo left on the hook. whoso "laughing muscles" wcro so Go, Anyway, wc have the pleasure of beginning a now isue every paralyzed that his laughter sounded which like a volco from the tombs. AmeriThuisdny, and before making new plans, wo look over the can life Is so Bcrlotis that many men has gone out to hundreds for criticism and compliments. How can lose their power to laugh. They can Executor of the estate of it be improved, what does it need most, nnd many questions come forte a little sepulchral chuckle, but 13. F. Beard, deceased laughter Is the genuine up before the most importnnt one is settled. almost n stranger to their experience. The one that stands first now is tho need of better rural news. They are In such a serious chase By PAUL C0MPT0N, Cashier Wc want agricultural news in the larger sense. "Write us the big nftcr the dollar, their life Is so things that happen on that farm of yours. Are you investing several strenuous, so given to scheming and planning, that they do not have much hundred dollars in pn stock? Are you equipping your homes time to laugh. They do not know tho and barns with the modern improvements? What arc you doing to medicinal value there Is In the habit MEDICINAL TREES. perfect your dairy? Are you growing alfalfa and corn instead of of laughter, how t clears tho cobwebs out of the brain, disposes of tobacco? Have you a successful method of farm management? tho pangs of worry and anxiety and A Dozen Varieties In This Country What are you doing to make your boys and girls happy and con- business pressure, takes the mind off That Need Attention. torted on the fnrm. yet ambitious and enthusiatic over agricultural the grind of things, removes friction, There are about a dozen trees growing la tho United Stall's which nro enlife and progress JIuch is written about the coming and going on and helps to make llfo worth while. You may not bo able to cultivate tirely or naitly for medicines. On acthe farm, visiting and other personal gossip, but so little is said in the optimistic temperament to any count of the enormous iiuiiutitles reanswer to our questions, yet they are being answered in reality all great extent, If you lack It, but cheer- quired it Is a foregone, conclusion that "Wo all can over the county and up and down the Henderson Route. Wc want fulnessthat If be cultivated. our sor- In the not far distant future trees will know we brood over demand to be this new kind of news, the kind that makes people want to get better rows, and dwell upon our misfortunes, have is fastplanted to meet thn wo shall growing, or else that things for thein.-elve- s. Doesn't take many words or much writing to our physical being very quickly sym- surfer from the lack of necessary drugs. pathizes with our moods. The presence of hydrocyanic ncld In tell the good, so drop us n line of the progress on your farm. "Talk happiness. The world Is sad the thin Inner bark of tho wild cherry enough without your woe." and Its tonic nud sedative properties A woman who has had great afflicTHE MARCH TARIFF RECEIPTS. make tho tree valuable. It is gathered tion says: "I have had nothing I in tho fall, and n fresh supply is reThe March tarill' receipts aic the greatest since the opening of could give but myself, and so I mado quired each year, as it loses strength the wnr. Put in other words it means that importations have been the resolution that I would never sad- it kept too long. den anyone with my troubles. I have InwrvrvK in ...... Af..r.rtli limn in tint itwintli tjtnnn A limul 1 . Witch hazel' plays a prominent part .u.ki-- ... laughed and told jokes when I could in the medicine chest of every houseV ", J mv conn- - have wept. I have smiled In the face Industrially the mouth of March was also tho best in thw hold today and represents In its manutry since Austria sent its ultimatum to Servia. Rig importations and ot every misfortune. I have tried to facture many thousands of dollars In conection let everyone go away froni my pros-ejic- e Invested capital. .The Indian knew of good business come in the same month. If there is with a hap"py word and bright its healing properties Jong beforo tho between the two, it means that the Underwood tarifF is a stimulant to thought to carry with them. Happi- white man came. ness makes happiness, and I myself The New England farmers find the prosperity, would have than material Interest this coun- am happier down Iand bemoaned been witch hazel crop one of much value Tho truth more likely is that tho only my and a regular source had I sat of income. The try has in the tnritf is in the amount of revenue it produces. Prob- fate." brush Is taken to the local distillery, ably there have been few times in American history When the tariff ,'J3n.66urage your child to be merry1 Where the essential properties are ex'and laugh aloud," says a great tracted. While it is usually classified had so little effect on industry as it has had since August 1 last French surgeon. "A good hearty as n shrub, it has been known to grow Whether the tariff is good or bad cannot bo proved from olir experi- laugh expands the chest and makes to the height of twenty-lir- e feet. It the blood bound merrily along." ence since that date. also has the peculiarity of blooming Is It is to We realize that It In very necessary very late In tho fall. The tariff is the fetich of tho republican business printrain the mind bark of the slippery elm is highthe only issuo they know. They have used it to explain every thing ciples; to train certain faculties to lyThe prized for tho relief of colds and to and they can't get out of the rut. Even tho hoof and mouth disease is do special things, but do not seem allay Inflammations. This tree grows necessary to cultivate the to the height ot from forty to seventy laid by some of the leaders to the working of an iniquitous demo- to think It habit of cheerfulness. Yet not even feet, with a trunk two and one-hacratic tariff. an education is as necessary to the feet thick. Tho outer bark is shaved Senator Sherman of Illinois and others have used the tariff to child as the formation of the cheer- off and the inner one removed and to bo regarded habit. scare capital and delay the coining of highly prosperous times. They ful the firstThis ought of the prepara- dried under pressure In order to keep as essential is It The have been partly successful, but tho trend is now too strong for tion for life tho training of the mind forflat. small dried bark ofremarkable weight to proportion Its sunshine; the developing of bulk. them. Business is coming back to its own and tho best thing for the toward possibility of the cheerful faculevery The white pine, which plays such an professional croakers to do is to get out of tho way. Evansvillc ties. important ;art in building industries, Courier. Cheerfulness Is one of tho great is conspicuous among trees possessing miracle-worker- s of the world. It medicinal properties. SWIMMING'S GOOD. the whole man, doubles and These four aro among tho best trebles his power, and gives new known and most widely used of naHilly Sunday opened a six weeks meeting in Patterson, N. .1., meaning to his life. ture's remedies growing wild In tho Sunday evening. Five hundred prayer meetings woro held in that woods. There aro others of various place and community last Tuesday night, led by laymen nnd women. Stops Heat Rays. kinds nnd degrees of usefulness. Tho An Interesting chemical paint which tamarack and the aspou, both of them The city has thiit3'-thre- c churches and they expect to gain hundreds Intercepting tho of members. About joining the church Hilly Sunday says: "Can't has the property ofsun, has recently esteemed as tonics; the white, willow, heat rays of the febrifuge and sometimes a tonic, I bo a Christian without joining the church? Why, yes, you don't been put on tho market by a German used for a rheumatism; tho butternut, may be applied to tin, whoso bark serves as a tonic and a concern. It have to take any ship to go to Europe; tho swimming's good!'' corrugated iron, slato or glass, Indeed, mild cathartic; sweet birch, best known any material used In the roofing of in birch never mind being presented with a dun. As I get older I buildings, and by Its peculiar quality as tho principal Ingredient its astrinbeer; the white oak. with look at a lot of things differently," said a citizen of this city Friday. leaves the room beneath tho roof com- gent bark, and, perhaps as popular as That spirit is n great help to commercial circles. In order to meet paratively cool. It is stated that the any bark that grows, tho sassafras. temperature of workrooms may be rebills, men must collect bills and n prompt collector is as valuable to a duced from 15 to 20 degrees Fahren- New York American. community as the cheerful payer. Don't complain about bills, lehrn heit, according to the surface which Tho First Fires. Speaking of wonderful inventions, the what they will be beforo you make them, then pay them with a good can bo covered, and the added efficiency of the workmen thuB promoted overshadowcr of Edison Is tho man or will. A man owes it to himself to pay his honest debts happily. is a direct and measurable gain. The woman who Invented fire. Our prebb paint Is light blue in color, so that, it toric ancestors doubtless were famil Tho gas bill for our residence for March was $1.74 less, than the applied to glass, it does not appre- iar with lire from lightning strokes previous months, notwithstanding wo had the gas connected to ciably influence the light. Its com- and lava eruptions. But how did they ponents aro at present a trade secret, ever get tho Idea that they could imi another grate last month. Tho meter is a great saving in house-hol- d but tho fact that many large electric tate effects of lightning by rubbing expenses. Gas is a convenience which should be installed by all who and manufacturing companies in Ger- two the against each other? It has sticks can afford it. Those who have charge of the domestic science in tho many are regular users Is cited as evi- been observed lu recent years that In bamboo forests of southern India home, deserve every equipment that will make their work easy and dence that it Is practical. branches sometimes aro whipped by pleasant. Old Registration System. the wind against each other until they Tho papyri of the Roman period havo burst into tlame. That probably was is here. It rushed in Monday. It was met cordially nnd Spring conclusively proved that registration where the tire Inventor got his Idea, mudo ovcrybody happy. Tho farmers are all in good shapo for the of land already existed in a highly Kansas City Star. balmy warm days. They arc nil up with their spring work and ready elaborate form, and that It was instiThe Genius of Language. tuted the the for plnnting. The soil is in lino order, mellow and looso and ready state, not only insome interests of prbut also think even It' makes a difference with a venfor needing. Tho cutlook for a good crop of everything on the farm imarilyIn the Interests of private In- geance what tonguo we employ to condividuals. That point comes out clear- vey ideas of proper names. Thus, our was never better and prosperity is staring the farmer in tho face. ly In an Important edict ot a notion of Vienna, in its assigned nud prefect, who ordains that con- native dwelling place, Is Wlen. Your Tho hog and cattlo market has opened up in Louisville with a tracts affecting real property were not Frenchman, Insisting that tho cockney good supply of both hogs and cattlo. Prices are ruling low. Top to bo drawn up without due authoriza- does not know his own, converts Lonhogs brought $7.15; butcher steers, $5 und $7.50; choice lambs, 8 tion from the keepers of the public don into Loudres. We superior English speaking schooland 9 cents. Too many spring lambs on the market and prices slow archives. These officials bad to keep masters, defying birthright nud the the registers up to date, entering in and dull. them ull mortgages and other charges, custom of tho ages, make it appear as well as changes of ownership, and that Items, la inerelj monosyllabic Cloverport needs a jitney bus to run from Pigeon Roost to Cow-he- they were thus enabled to protect an Borne; that Venetia Is Venice; that .and from Cowheel to Hreckenridge Addition, from there to intending purchaser from oversight Koeln la Cologne, and to on through Loula tbe world.-- St Eastland. A good rido for five cents. and frauds. New York Press. APRIL 7, 1915 A bo-ca- EIGHT PAGES. Beard, deceased, will please present the same to the g undersigned ex- ecutor of his estate as required bylaw. The Bank lat & Trust g Our Trust Gompany is a corporation, backed by influential men of high character, heavily bonded; empowered by our charter and the laws of the state to act as an agent in the management and care of estates, either BEFORE or AFTER the DEATH of the owner. Every "prudent man" knows that when he makes us executors of his will we will faithfully carry out his wishes and render an accounting down to the 'last penny. The State Supervisor audits our accounts. Gome today and let us talk it over. Tomorrow never comes. Total Resources including Trust Invcslmcnts $60(TllOO. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. re-br- THE BANK OF HARDfNSBURG El & TRUST CO. fiardinsburg, Ky. AN UNUSUAL OFFER Bargains Beyond Competition cacli in Millinery I For the benefit of ni' lady customers I will give with 2 ladies', misses or child s hut nought from now until June 1st, one guess with each hat, on the number of beans contained in it quart jar. an' THE FOLLOWING beans contained. PREMIUMS: Ono .$5.00 Plume with the nearest guess to the number of 1. near-statesma- Tho next nearest giicsSj the price of the hat bought, refunded in any merchandise that is wanted by winner. Our opening was a great success and many hate were spoken for, laid back. So our lino is still complete as Wo are getting in new goods each week to replace ones sold. So ladies make our millinery department your place of pleasure and business. Second lf I. Bi RICHARDSON. Garfield, Ky. CAMPBELL DISC DRILL 1 Campbell Nail "I The Campbell No. 11 is do the work and you do not have to guess when it is planting. You can see every grain as it leaves the dropping plate. Easy to regulate and handle. When you buy be sure it's a "CAMPBELL" No. 11. the RELIABLE. It will B. Ffiardinsburg, & Co. Beard Ky. Cloverport Cemetery Beautiful This Spring A man advertised rccenUy In a London paper to forward on receipt of The Cloverport cemetery Is one of postago stamps "sound practical o the most beautiful places of Its kind In that would be applicable at any the State. The situation is Ideal and time and to all persons and conditions the view from every part of it wonof life." On receipt of tbe stamps be sent bis derful. During the many days of sunshine the early spring flowers, the tunumerous victims tbe following: "Never gtve a boy a penny to bold lips, the crocuses and jonquils have yew shadow while you climb a tree to bloomed In all their radiance. Mr. John look Into tbe middle of next week." Carson has charge of the lots and keeps them In excellent condition. ad-vlc1 first-centur- y Good Advice. el I'ost-Dlspatc- fShe Breckenridtffe News. 7, 1915 At Hie WEDNESDAY, APR. Entered r Cloverport Machine Shop (East End ol Iron Bridge) I'oH offllco nt CloTcrport, ICj ak second class matter. If Beautiful Easter 1 Millinery Kxcjuisito 117 Notb. Arivrrtlwrn )Ich' notlfv tho I'dltor when you want iKlvirtwmcnt discontinue!!. April Showers You will probably IHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Lock Box Cloverport, 32 need a MtfTllTTrrUViWQl ffQ GENERAL OFFICES Kentucky Pattern Huts, ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Wanted Salesman NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS RTES FOR POLITICAL General Machine Repairing, Auto Repairs and Gasoline Engine None but Repairing a Specialty. Employed. Machinists Expert embellished in flowers, ribbons, tulle unil cliiiron or NEW RAINCOAT and Hat lo Match What the Trainmen Think of (Thl "Alii-gator- s' $ 2.50 For Precinct mid city Offices For County Offices I 6.00 For State ntid District Offices f 1&.00 10 For Cutis, per line 10 For Cords, per line For All Publications in the inter- est o( individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line I Wf Smart Tailored Hats Want Your Business 1 and huts trimmed urtis- tically by one who 1ms yiven KiitHfuotion VXANTF.t) for II ni-- 11 rldirc n Irs mill! With (HNI' ktlOWli'clL'l! nf autoimo- lillosuppllfs. To earn rrcim lto 11 any up iclllng purrlnnlmr contnu'ts. Kpffrpnre riiiilrp(l Write Krntnrky Auto f upplyCo., Am.x.TliIrd rHrret. Louisville Kentucky. ' Letter Comes to Us Unsolicited: RANGE RAILROAD COMPANY "Copper Range Route' COPPER Send us Your Plow Points to grind Sharp Good Men Wanted I'Xcluslvr Suite anil Cnunty wilts for Krtiturkv for romhlmitlou lngln nml liarbrd wife mrptrlirr. SoM at Keniitncvy Slain Knlr 1011. Niimm deal Money linking prnposMon. Ohio Keni-- Tool Co., West-ervlll- Ulilj. Change of Train Schedule on The L H. & St. L Effective March' 15, will Ichtp Clocrport.. Arriving IrvinHton Arrtvlru Iulsvlllo. No. 114 will lciivo Cloverport Arrlvlnjr Infusion. Arriving Louisville No. 140 will IrnvoCloveruort ... Arriving Irvlnjjton No. 143 T. F, SAWYER, Mgr. FOR IMMEDIATE ORDERS COME TO For Sale Xt'K Kimious Mt. .Iospli 1 J.S.TInlus, Holt. Ivy. Wanted Sweet Cider. Sou 1915. !):!.' A. A 12:10 1'. . 4:.2 I', .10:111 5:4(1 V, 7:40 1', thirty years ago that Mr. Kinder had mumps. Mrs. John Allen Murtnv, of Louisville, Is in Dayton, Ohio, visiting Mr. und Mrs. John Silas Woodson and their baby daughter, Miss Mnrjorie Graham Woodson, New gingham dresses for Misses in pink blue, black and white checks.' Mrs. Cordrey. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Randall Balis, of Canton, Ohio, have been moved to New Philadelphia, Ohio. Mr. Balis has been transferred by his company to KAST HOUND Miss Evelyn Hicks, Slock Mors straight stock liogi, 75 10 DO pounds. weighing from Call or write nt once. Ileston, Whltwortli tc Co., Iliirdlnstmrg. Iy. 1 XANTi:i)Oood TT Cloverport, Kentucky 5:07 A 5:51 A S. C. Black Minorca Eggs For Hatching for S1NOI.K ComhKorMurk Minorca Eggs pur utility purposes $1.50 sitting: for fancv miruoM.-- 21..V) per sitting. Satisfaction guaranteed, l'hll MeOnry, s Hi J. In livlinlf of six rni mail men. I will highly recommend I'lirusou Waterproof Co's.. A mentor Rniuoonls as the best we have over tried in the line of Rain ClothiiiK. The Karmcnti I have received have been icn test on n worktrain crew, 3 of them by the train crew ami by a .steam shovel cranesman, und we are satisfied that thev are the best we have ever tried anil we have tried all kinds of rain clothing and work In nil kindsof wa-titeMy coat has been worn in four days of rain, without having a chance to dry, and never .showed any sign of a leak. N. I) STIJINMHZ, 275 Alboiu St , Houghton, Mich. 11 ALLIGATORS NEVER LEAK For Sale by WEST HOUND No. 141 Mr. and Mrs. William Head, of Evansvllle, spent Easter with her mother, (1:30 A. M, Mrs. Jess Isoin went to Canneltou last Mrs. Virginia Williams. They had a 7:40 A. M, to remain two or three days 0:00 A.M. a delightful visit and received many Saturday with her friends, Ilawkel. friends while here. Ruth I,ainl( has been on the sick list James B. Randall left Sunday for a , week's stay in New York and Wash- for several days and unable to attend u a w. ington, D. C. Mr. Randall went in the school.. Arthur Daugherty was here Saturday interest of n mechanical device for locomotives which he has invented. and Sunday with his family. Cloverport, About People Who Live In New, white, wash silk shirt waists Mrs. Harvey Wilson is spending a Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In near Hardiusbitrg at the home of Mrs. J. N, Cordrey, and In States Other Towns and Cities Mr and Mrs. Mike I'lood. In- That are Far Away. Society Notes Mrs. Harry Lay, who has been spendMrs. Steve Wilson has just returned eluded. ing the winter with her son, James, at New Albany, returned to her home it) from Louisville. While there she visitStephensport Saturday for the spring ed her son, Harvey, who is at Lakeland. Mrs. Ida Nottingham was nt Holt and summer. Mrs. Lay is in fine She reports him improving rapidly and expects that in a short time he will re Sunday. health. turn to Cloverport, where he and his Iris Ball has returned to his home at Stuart Babbage returned home Sat wife will make their future home with Wolf Creek. urday nignt from the Western Ken- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson. Hardlnsburg, went Moorman Ditto, of tucky State Normal where he comMrs Vernon Milburn visited at I'atrs- to Hawesville Monday. pleted a ten weeks term. Mr. Babbage ville Friday, where she will spend severChas. P. Sawyer leaves today for said the college was splendid and he al days with her father, John Lanch. Bexlev, Columbus, Ohio. liked Bowling Green very muth. Mrs. Earnest Evans attended the H. D. Ross spent Easter with his New Vatel Pattern Hats, received funeral of her brother, Clarence Nix, near Patesvilie, last Monday week parents at Parkersburg, W. Va. this week. Mrs. Cordrey. Victor Heaven has accepted a position Mrs. Emma Mattiugly, of Glen Dean, at the shops and is much pleased with ' has returned home from Louisville. his work. Signs of the Times. Mrs. Hugh Wood will be hostess to Born ' to the wife of Sam Bishop, of woolen clothing from Monday, March 29, a baby girl Beane The exports the Wednesday Club this afternoon. the United States last year were more V. Bishop. Kirk Hambleton, of Louisville, was than double those of lgi3. the guest of Miss Jane Smith Easter. New factories in and around Chicago NEW whose construction was announced in a Mrs. Frank Mattingly went to will employ more than 0,000 single week to spend several days. S. T. Dejarnette, wife and son, men, and similar reports come from ev Byron, of Hardlnsburg, visited Mrs. Lawson, of Lewisport, was the June ery industrial district. Dejarnette's mother, Mrs. Amelia Adguest of Miss Susette Sawyer Easter. Companies have been formed and kisson, last. Sunday. t, preliminary work begun to utilize the Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell, Gid Squires, of McQuady, attended returned from Louisville Mon- potash deposits of Utah, as well as those church meeting at New Bethel Saturof California. day. day. Some of the largest and hitherto most Attorney V. G. Babbage was attendMr. and Mrs. Taylor Basham, Mr. ing Circuit Court at Hawesville Mon- unreconciled manufacturers in the and Mrs. A. L. Atwood and Mr. and country admit that President Wilson Mrs. day. D. C. Walls were guests at D. S. Edward Weber, of Louisville, spent has set the example in displaying a Miller's Sunday. friendly and sympathetic attitude toEaster the guest of Miss Katherine Sunday School at New Bethel every ward the industri?l and trade interests Moorman. Sunday at 2:30 p. m. of the country. Harry Hills, of Irvine and Richmond, Simon Smait, Roy Chapin and HerDo these things mean hard times? spent Easter with his family it the Are they the sort of news that filled the man Waggoner, of Hlles Run, attendhome of Mrs. Mary Oelze. papers when that paragon of "passing ed Sunday School here Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Andersou left Saturday prosperity round," Theodore RooseMrs D. S. Miller was the guest of for her home at Whitesboro, Texas. velt, was hectoring the universe from Mrs. Mason Hendrick Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Wills left Monday for Louis- the Presidential chair In 1007? Does Prot. Logan Hickerson has put a ville. jjot every sign, on the contrary, point mail box on Route 2. Mrs. Julian Brown and little niece, to a period of prosperity already begun Silas Miller, Jr., of Fordsville, visited Miss Ella May Elder, spent last Satur- in spite, of the disastrous war, and sure his parents Sunday. day with Mrs. Laura Tierney at her to rise to splendid heights when that Jess Walls was In Oweusboro last home near Cloverport. struggle is over. Chicago Journal. week. who has been ill for Hardin Kinder, Ed Flnley, of Rockvale, visited his ten days, is again at his work. Instead Card of Thanks. brother, J. D. Finley, last Sunday. of last week, as was reported, it was We sincerely thank our friends and neighbors for their kind services during the sickness and death of our brother. The Family. S. B. Adkisson. Arriving llcnderon- Arriving Evunsvlllo Arriving gt. Louis No. 143 will Ioiito Cloverport.. Arriving Owmsooro .. . Arriving Henderson .. Arriving Evansvllle. No. 145 will li'iivii Cloverport . Arriving Owensuoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis. No. 147 will leave Cloverport.... Arriving Owenslwro.,... . Arriving Henderson ' will leave Cloverport.. Arriving Owpnsnoro . 12:01 12:53 1:23 7:43 7:24 A. I'. M, M, 1'. M, T. M, 1'. M 9:35 10:15 11:391'. M. .12:45 A.M. 1:39 A. M. 2:05 A. M, 7:40 A. M, 8:3nr. P. M, M, 1". M, 1'. M that office. the country, Saturday, to enjoy an egg For Sale hunt. comhlned tour year A (IOOI) mure nml reirNterrfl old horse, un Miss Maggie JIcGavock spent several Hired 1'nlftnd Chtnii days last week with her sister, Mrs. Hoar. T. II. Henderson, Webster, Ky. Hillary Hardin, who lias been sick with For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pigs cold, but is somewhat better at this COn PAt.R KIcvrn thoroughbred O. I. C. ilgsfnun L. II. Silver V Co. herd of prize writing. winner ulirs. elthorsev. fitpli)i.!icli.atiiontti4 MUs Sevola Kramer entertained quite old. Call on or address, J. ilugglns, I.cltcli Held. Ky. a number of her friends on ICaster Sun-daFor Sale Pure Bred Orpliiiigton Eggs bred lluir Orphlngton COIl SAI.R-l'- ure iiuii'Jii' ineau iiiwi e.M'lusiveiy. SI.C0 per setting ofli eggs. This Is a Urn and IV. II." llill. II. ll llll lip IM ill lib III illU war. Jesse K. Ksk'ldge, Hardlnsburg, Ky. 1 Ky. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. J Excursion Rates to Louisville ACCOUNT OF r Personal raragrapns For Sale lloosicr Hoe Wheat Drill Hoe Wheat Drill, all sler CO!: Used one season; hitu attachments. pood s new. Price. If Inken at 011 e, itO. J. L. I'.irks. Lodlburg, Ky. SAt.K-IIoi)1 "Kentucky Educational Association" few-day-s DAlillKI) 1'lymnutli Hock eggs, laving strain. Xow IkhiUIiht orders for future delivery. Apply for prices. Mrs. Trunk Kngllsh, Cloverport. Ky. Wyandotte Eggs. full stock White Wyandotte Kggs for per setting. Mary Manning, Chenault, Ky. Dates of Sale: April 20, 21 and 22. Return limit April 27, 1915. Fare From Cloverport to Louisville, Round Trip Iliavo $2,50 Announcements STATE OFFICES o IK For Governor We are authorized to announce 11. W. nOSVOUTH as a candidate for (loverrior of Kentucky. subject to the action of the Democratic I'arty, ioi ) c or ' aurusi rrimary. We are authorized to announce II. V. McCIIKSNEV of Frankfort. Ky., us a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic party, l'rlmary election, Don't You Want a August". 1915. ay BETHEL We aro authorized to announce A.O. STANLEY as a caedldate for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic I'arty Steph-enspor- August Primary. Wo aro authorized to announce II. It. CIIEIUtV as a candldato for Governor of Kentucky, .subject to tho action of the Democratic I'arty August Primary, W11 Shetland Pony? Two years old, either spotted or solid color, 42 to 44 inches high. Broken For Lieutenant-Governo- r aro autliorled to announce JUDdfc. JAMES I) I1I.ACK nt ltarborvllle. Ky.. 11s a candidate for Lleutenant-Uoveri or of Kentucky !ubject to the action of the Democratic Party In Primary Kltetloii. August lHlt. For Circuit Court Clerk aro authorized to iiuncunco s. 11. I'AVVR of Irvlngton, 11s a candidate for Circuit Court jlurH til 11m ni'iiiiuhu luting, buipjii . iw tho action of the Kepuhllcun Party. In Primary ElectlOL, August. 1!U4. Wd ready for service. Guaranteed sound and alright in every way. Priced low for immediate sale. GREEN BROTHERS FALLS OF ROUGH, KY. guiit". We are authorized to announce PAUL. 11AS1IAM us ik candidate fur Circuit Clerk of Ilrecken ridge county, subject tn tho action ot the iiepuoucan party, rrimury cicciiou. u 101 5. We Take Orders for Men's and Young Men's V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW., Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages and Instruments of Writings drawn up and acknowledged Spring Suits For men of Conservative taste we have a very complete assortment of samples iti every fabric wanted. New Models Shown Your Patronage Appreciated Telephone 70-- For Fashionable Correspondence NEW Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J HILL ITEMS. There are two sciences which every man oueht to learn: First The science of speech. Second The more difficult one of silence. Socrates, Mrs. James Brickey. after spending three or four weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Pate, returned to her her home at Beulah, Kan. , last week. Mrs. Will McCoy is in Louisville, the guest of her mother, Mrs. McWilliams. T. S. Armstrong went to LeitchGeld last l'rlday to see his brothers, I. II, and L. T. Armstrong, and sister, Mrs. Joe Duggins, Miss Sarah Heaven, of McQuady, snent Easter with her brother. She was accompanied by Miss Annie Mays. Orville, Knnel and Lavlnla, children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mattingly went to the home of Mrs. Clifton Stinnet, in by the stylo of stationery you use. Your letter is a personal envoy be sure that it appears in the correct garb. If you like distinctive styles in Let your friends judge you Fresh Goods All The Time! Dentist Cloverport. Ky. BERRY & MORRISON Mr Hall Donates Eggs to Poultry Club Herbert Hall, of Hardinsburp, has donated two sittings of White Wyun-dott- e eggs to the Hoys und Girls Poultry Club of Fayettevllle, Tenn. The chicks from these egg will t e shown at the Fayettevllle l'ulr this fall. It wilt be a fine ad for Mr. Hall and will put him In touch with a lot of enthusiastic poultry raisers In that section. Come See! Or Call Us Cloverport, Ky. Stationery bo sure to see our now spring stock. It includes all of the latest conceits in shapo, tint and texture. Wo also have a nice lino of new writing tablets. Republican Farmer May Prompt Delivery TELEPHONE 74-- J. Enter Race Wedding's Drug Store The Pentlar Store Allen M. Kingsbury, Cleverpirt, Ky. Cttvtrptrt, : : Kentucky Squire G. A. Wright, of McQuaily, was hi Glen Dean Saturday. He says he has shipped since the first of January 07 pounds of butter, the product of two cows. Squire Wright is thinking seriously of making the race for Representative on the Republican ticket. He Is one of the progressive farmers of this county and a splendid citizen. Meet Next Friday at Irvlngton. The School and Civic League will meet on Friday afttrooon at the school building at Irvlngton. A full attend ance Is desired as plans must be made for some school and civic improvement. See it at American Theater Million Dollar Mystery CHAPTER XVI. The Treachery In the Household. The maid stole Into the house, won dering If she had been seen. She wanted to be loyal to this girl, but she was tired of the life; she wanted to bo her own mistress, and the small fortune offered her would put her on the way to realize her ambition. What had she not seen and been of life slnco she Joined the great detective force! Lady's maid, cook, ship stew- ardess, flash woman, actress, clerk, and a dozen other employments. Her pay, until she secured some fat reward, was but twelve hundred a year; and here was five thousand In advance, with the promise of Ave thousand more the minute her work was done. And It was simple work, without any real harm toward Florence as far as she was concerned. The whole thing rested upon one difficulty; would Jones permit the girls to leave the house? One day Florence found Susan sitting In a chair, her head In her hands. "Why, Susan, what's the matter?" cried Florence. "I don't know what Is the matter, dear, but I haven't felt well for two or three days. I'm dizzy all the time, 1 can't read or sew or eat or sleep. "Why didn't you tell me?" said Florence, reproachfully. She rang for the detectjve-mald- . "Ella, I don't know anything about doctors hereabouts." "I know a good one, Miss Florence. Shall I send for him?" "Do; Susan Is 111.1' , Jones was not prepared for treachery In his own household; so when t he heard that a doctor had been called "to "attend Susan he was without the least suspicion that he had been betrayed, More than this, there had btCh'no occasion to summon a doctor In tho seven years Mr. Hargreave had Uved here. So Jones went about his petty household affairs without more thought upon tho matter. The maid had been recommended to him as one of the shrewdest young women In the detective business. The doctor arrived. He was a real doctor; no doubt of that. He investigated Susan's condition brought about by a subtle though not dangerous poison and instantly recommended the seashore. Susan was not used to being confined to the house; she was essentially an little body. The seashore would bring her about In no time. The doctor suggested Atlantic City because of its mildness throughout the year and its nearness to New York. "I'm afraid she'll have to go alone," said Jones, gravely. "I shan't stir!" declared Susan "I Bhan't leave my girl even If I am sick." her, Susan caught Florence's hand and pressed it.' r,i "Would you like to go with Florence?" asked Jones, with a shy glance at the strange doctor. The shy glanco was wasted, The doctor evinced no sign that 1$ mattered one way or the other to hlra. H "It is nothing very serious now," heVoluntered. "Hut It may turn out serious If It is not taken care of at once." "''What Is tile trouble'?'1 Inquired, Jones, who was growing fond of Susan. "Weak heart. Sunshine and good Sea air will strengthen her up again. No, no!" as Jones drew forth his wallet. "I'll bend In my bill the first of the mouth. Sunshine and sea air; that's all that's necessary. And now, good-day." All very businesslike: not tho least causo In tho world for any one to suspect that a new trap was being set by the snarer3. The maid returned to the sewing room, while Florence coddled her companion and madt much of her. Jones vas suspicious but die In his mind as ho would he could find no earthly reason for this suspicion save that this attribute was now instinctive, that It was always near the top. If Susan was ill she must be given ood care; there was no getting around this fact. Later, he telephoned Tho several prominent physicians. strange doctor was recommended as a good ordinary practitioner and In good standing; and so Jones dismissed his suspicions as having no hook to hang them on. Ills hair would have tingled at the roots, however, had ho known that this same physician was one of the two who had signed tho document which had accredited Florence with insanity and had all but succeeded In making a supposition a fact. Nor waa Jones awuro of tho fact that the telephone wire bad been tapped recently. So when he finally concluded to permit Florence to accompany Susan to Atlantic City ho telephoned to the detectlvo agency to send up a trusty man, who was shadowed from the moment bo entered the Hargreave home till he started for the railway station. He became lost in the shuffle and was not beard from till weeks later, In Havana. The Black Hundred found a. good profit In the shanghai felting?" "Those new tens and twenties. If I camo known among your guests, stumble on that right, why, I can turn would create a good deal of disturbIt over without conflicting with the ance?" turbance." other story." "Disturbance! Good heavens, man go to It." you scaro the hotel people." Well, "Not If It wculd ruin my business for tho I'm turning In my regular work, whole "That Is what I propose to do. They ; season I" exclaimed the astoundwill not want such a thing known, day in and day out, and while doing ed manager. All persons haying it wouiu scare every one away ior it 1 vo gone mrougii more nairoreaain "I am sorry, but this young lady's companion has been stricken with claims wSSjBBftKSIBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBBBB&MtlMMRHFtflVilBBk! .iPSBBBf BBBBW BBvBBBBi smallpox" I LH IIbbbbI tfMSmlMnfiU&&&!SliKSt&tit. The manager fell back against his Wilson Pile, desk, his Jaw fallen. Susan turned as white as tho marble top. (colored) "The only way to avoid trouble Is to hnve her conveyed Immediately to will jtttPaiBliBBVJBBwBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBg w sonic place where she can bo treated "lBlBBBBBBflv9Vfll!BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBflBl properly. Not a word to nny ono now; nBBBBBBVflsBVfZ9'&?i BBBBBBBBBBBBBBH absolute secrecy or a panic." underTho manager was glad enough to agree. signed of his "She Is not dangerous at present, but It is only a matter of a fow hours required by when the disease will become virulent. you will place a porter before Miss If law. them. Hargreave's door till I make arrangeWhen Uralno called up Olga he ments to take her away, that will found his doctor there. simplify matters." "Well, what's the news?" ho asked. Smallpox! Susan wandered aimless "I had better run down and Inquire ly about, half out of her mind with how the young lady Is progressing, terror. There was uo help against said the doctor, who was really a first such a dread disease. Her Florence, rate surgeon and who had performed The Bank of Hardins-bur- g her pretty rosy cheeked Florence,, disa number of skilled operations upon figured for life . . .1 various members of the Hlack Hun"Miss Susan, where Is Florence?" dred anent their encounters with the & Trust Go. "O, Mr. Norton!" she gasped. police. "I've got Miss Florence where "What's tho trouble?" Instantly Jsbf .sB you want her. It's up to you now." sbbbbbbbf BMiW v .''..BBBBBBBF alert. Executor of the estate'of iv1 IBBbV "She ought to be separated from her 'BBBBBBBr' vBb "Florence has the smallpox!" companion. We have left them alone Wilson Pile, deceased. "Impossible! Come with me." for a whole week, so Jones will not But the porter, having had the worry particularly. A mighty curious By PAUL COMPTON, Cashier strictest orders from the manager, re thing has turned up. Before fused to let them Into Florence's disappearance not a dozen room. Encounter With One of the Gang. persons could recollect what Jones "Never mind, Susan. Come along." looked like. Ho waa rarely 'ever in the rest of the season. But of course escapes than you ever heard of. They Out of earshot of the porter he said: you suppose that this depends upon whether they are have been after me. I've dodged fallsight. What do 'My room Is directly above Florence's. honest or In the hotel business to ing safes; I've been shanghaied, poisignifies?" We'll see what can be done. This Dr. R. P. Kunnecke soned; but I haven't said a word." make money." "Don't ask me," shrugged the man smells of the Black Hundred a mile Do you mean all "Good Lord! Again Braine laughed. "Bring her of medicine. "I shouldn't worry over Only yesterday she oft. Smallpox! Veterinary Surgeon back to New York alone, Esculapius, that?" Jones." wrote me that sho never felt better. '"Every word, sir." "Hut we can't stir the old fool. and a fat check Is yours. Nothing Ofiict Tr.nl Wills' limy Sltbli "I'll make it ninety days, Jim; and Have you wired Jones?" We can't get him out of that house. could be simpler than an idea like "I never thought to!" this. It's a fact; no man can think if this story comes in I'll see that you I've triad to get that maid to put a "Then I shall. Our old friends are little something in his coffee, but sho of everything, and you've Just proved get a corking bonus." Prepared to Treat all Animal'Diseases "I'm not looking for bonuses. I'm at work again." stands off at that. She says that she it to me. I've tried to do a general's "But it's the same doctor who sent proud of my work. To get this story did as she agreed In regard to Flor work without aids. Olga, does any one Special AttenlionflGiven to me down here." Is all I want. That'll be enough. ence, but her agreement ended there. watch me come and go any more?" Calls at all Hours Norton frowned. "No; I've watched a dozen nights. Thanks for the extension In time. What followed all appeared In the " The man has gone. Either he found R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M.D. DR. So Florence received a long night reporter's story, as written three out what he wanted or he gave up the Hardinsburg, Ky. months later. He and Susan went up In tho morning. Job. To my mind he found out what letter i And the doctor arrived at about to his room, raised the flooring, cut he wanted." I the same time. Aud called promptly through the celling, and with the fire "And what's that?" escapo rope dropped below. One upon his patient. 'Heaven knows!" discouragedly. face "Fine!" he said. "The sea air was glance at Florence's "Come, doctor, suppose you and I go down to Daly's for a little turn Just the thing. A aoctor always likes was enough for him. Norton's subsequent battle with the doctor and his to find his advice turning out well." at billiards?" He glanced quizzically, at Florence, accomplices made very interesting "Nothing would suit me better." & who was the picture of glowing health. reading. Their escape from the hotel, "All aboard, then! their flight, their encounter with one Olga. Keep your hair on; I mean your Suddenly he frowned anxiously. "You need not look at me," sho of the gang In the road, and Florown hair. We're going to win out, blunder Into the bed of quickLivery, Feed and don't you worry. In 11 games tho min- laughed. "I ntVer felt better In all ence's gave sand, a succession of thrills to ute you begin to doubt you begin to my life." the readers of the Blade. "Aro you sure?" he asked gravely. lose." Sale Stable And all this while the million ac"Why, what in the world do you That same night Norton sat at his cumulated dust, layer by layer. PerBus Meets all Trains desk. In his shirt sleeves, pounding mean?" haps ' an occasional hardy roach He did not speak, but stepped foraway at his typewriter. From time to time he paused and teetered his ward and took her by the wrist, hold- scrambled over the packets, no doubt Hardinsburg, : Ky. chair and scowled over his pipe at ing his watch In his other hand. He attracted by the peculiar odor of the Ink. He looked very o CZtOC3lf51olo1C30IZ3fo the starlit night outside. Bang! would shook bis head. solemn, indeed. go his chair again, and cllcklty-cllc(To be Continued) "What is it?" demanded Susan, would sing the keys of the machine. The story he was writing was In the with growing terror. "Go to your own room Immediately ordinary routine; the arrival of a The,. great ocean liner with some political and remain there for the present," vhe who were not adverse to de- ordered, "I must see Miss Hargreave notables nouncing the present administration. alone." 'Million Dollar Mystery' Both Ways He opened the door and Susan You will have noticed, no doubt, that Anywhere in the U. S. A. He returned some disgruntled politician Is always passed out bewllderedly. Is Now Being Shown at the to Florence, who was even more bewildenouncing tho prusent, administration, it matters not If It bo Republican dered than her companion. The docJHal.llJmTBBBBV 11I ! Tf When you are out tor began to ask her questions; how or Democratic. was thirsty, felt pains of a good Job you are always prono she slept, if she "Why, Susan, What's the Matter?" to denounce. The yarn bored Norton In her back. She answered all these because his thoughts were miles questions vaguely. Not the slightest MSiBBBBBBBBBBBBBi Cried Florence. suspicion entered her head 'that she A LEFT HANDED ARTIST. southward. Why should We have given the Jade five thousand He completed his story, yanked out was being hoodwinked. already and she is clamoring for the the final sheet, called for a copy boy, she entertain any suspicion? This Leonardo da Vinoi Even Wrote From balance." rose and sauntered over to the man- doctor, who seemed kindly and benevRight to Left. "Have you threatened her?" asked aging editor's door, before which he olent, who had prescribed for Susan A right handed man In making a LAUNDERING Olga. paused Indecisively. The "old man" and benefited her, why should she drawing puts his shading from right Hraine smiled a little. "My dear had been after him lately regarding doubt him? ' to left diagonally downward. A left 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS woman, it Is fifty-fift"In heaven's name, tell me what is handed man puts his shading from While I have a the Hargreave story, and he doubted We pay the postage both ways on pleaded. all packages Cue. or over, work hold on her, it is not quite so good as if his errand would prove successful. the matter?" she left to right This Is ''especially noPrompC guaranteed nrst-cla"Stay here for a little while and ticeable In the drawings of Leonardo sho has on me. We are not dealing However, he boldly opened the door deliveries In sanitary packages. Will credit you upon reference. I'll be back. Under no circumstances da Vinci, who was left handed. In with an ordinary servant wo could and walked in. Write for Information. Better, No, Indesd; a threaten and scar "Humph!" said the "old man," twist- leave your room till 1 return." still, send trial bundle. the same way a right banded raafi, He paced out into the hall, to meet being asked to draw a spiral, naturally shrewd little woman who desperately ing his cigar into the corner of his Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. money. And the will bo puld. mouth. "Got that story?" the frantic Susan wanted makes what Is culled a "left handed" LOUISVILLE. KY. no getting out of it. She wli. " "Wo must fee the manager at once, ' spiral that Is, ono that curves clockNorton sat down. "Yes, but I have . move another step, ow wt. .i not got It lor print yet Mr. Blair, he replle.' to br queries. "And we wise, while the left handed man draws tho "right handed" spiral, or that other, attor she receives the hilauce. when you gave me the Hargreave Job which curves counter clock-wisHarpreavo will have a pretty steep ycu gave mo carte blanche." which still obtains In England, Portu-ga- l, Ill his book, "Tho Curves of Life," bill to iT-- when Mis time comes." "I did," grimly. "But, on tho other Sweden and parts of Austria, It Theodore Andrea Cook says that n "She has no idea where the mil- hand, 1 did not give you ten years aly and Switzerland. This Is a surSherlock Holmes could tell from the lion Is?" to clear it up In." men held curves of a carpenter's shavings vival of riding days, when In orderv. "If she had, Ehu's quite capable "Have I ever fallen down on a reins In their left hands whether ho was right or left banded, the leave their right free to use their of lugging It ort all by herself," said good story?" quietly. as a right handed carpenter Invariably to Urn I ne. "M, can't remember," grudgingly. drives his piano n little to the left, swords. The doctor laughed. Tho most notable example of a left "Well, If you'll have patience I'll producing right handed scrows, while "Olga " went on Ilralnc, "yon must not fall down on this one. It's the handed artist is Leonardo da VlncL Be tho left handed carpenter pushes his look at It as I do; that it is still in the greatest criminal story I over handled, bis left hand and piano n llttlo to tho right and produces also wrote with middle of tho game, and we have but It's so big that It's going to tako wrote from right to left So that nny left handed screws. neither lost nor won." who wants to read bis manuscripts time." Screws and corkscrews nro right oiio the, annotations "How do you know that Hargreavo or "Gimmo an outline." ili his drawings baud screws unless made for some must use a mirror. This, according to WbBBBBBbBI may not have at his beck and call IaIb "I havo promised not to," with a YmJMHMU Kbbbbbbbbbbbbbm . special purpose. Left hand screws Mr. Cook, is tho uaturul method of tho an organization qulto as capable it grlmncBs equal to the "old man's." can bo bought from any largo hardnot as large as ours?" suggested the "If a line of this story trickles out It man. ware dealer. Collin screws for sorao left banded physician. will mean that overy other paper will unexplained reason aro always left "That is not possible." liralne de- bo moving around, und In tho end hand screws. Man Is naturally right Told clared without hesitation. That. There Was No Cure will discover enough to Bpoll my end handed, and It has been suggested "Well, It begins to look that way of It. I'll tell you this much; The that this may bo owing to tho position for Him. to me. We've never mado a move yet most colossal band of thieves this of his heart on tho left side. So all that hasn't been blocked." country ever saw Is at ono end of the "After suffering tor over twenty tools and weapons havo been adapted "Pure luck each time, 1 tell you; stick. And when I say that counter-feltinto right banded men. This Is true of years with indigestion and having tho devil's own luck always at tho and politics and millions are tho adze, plane, scythe, gimlet, auger, some of the best doctors here tell me critical moment, when everything involved, you'Uv understand how big Had No Suspicion That She Was Be- scissors, snuffers, shears, etc. there was no cure for me, I think it seems to be In our hands. Now, we It is. This gang has city protection. ing Hoodwinked, Tho strongly left banded man will want Florence, and we've tried , Wo aro running them all into a cor- must be extremely quiet about it. contlnuo to use such tools with bis only right to tell you for the sake of sufferers, a well ai your own hundred ways to accomplish this fact ner; but we want that corner so deep Theie must be no excitement. You left hand, oven though with Incon- other and failed. The question Is, how to that none of them can wriggle out of had better go to your room. You venience, but ho In whom the left satisfaction that a 25 cent bottle of get her away from her companion?" It." must not go into Miss Hargreave's. handedness Is not a strong bias be- Chamberlain's Tablets 'not only re"Slmplo enough," said tho doctor Tell mo, where have you been? Have comes ambidextrous through the use lieved me but cured me within two "Umhm. Go on." complacently. you been trylug to do any charitable of the right handed contrivances and months although I am a man of (15 "I want two months more." "Out with 1t, you have an Idea." The "old man" beat a tattoo with work among the poorer classes?" appliances of everyday life. years," writes Jul. Qroblen, Houston, The doctor leaned forward and his fat pencil. "Sixty days, then. And "Only once," admitted Susan, now Mr. Cook mentlona many customs Texas, Obtainable everywhere. whispered a tew words. my desk at mid- on the verge of tears, If the yarn Isn't on that hare arisen through the normal "Well, I'm hangedl" Hraine laughed night, you" "Only once Is sufficient. Come; right handedness of man. Among and slapped the doctor on. the "Hunt (or another Job. All right. we'll go, and see the manager to thw U the r.ule of driving to the. left, Read the Little Want Aids. ing business. Susan began to pick up, as they lay, tho day after tho arrival at Atlantic City, due, doubtless, to tho cessation of tho poison she had been taking unawares. The two young women began to enjoy life for the first timo slnco they had left Miss Farlow's. They were up with the sun every day and went to bed tired but happy. No one bothered them. If some stray re porter encountered their signatures on the hotel register, he saw nothing to excite his reportorlal senses. All this, of course, was duo to Norton's policy of keeping the affair out of tho papers. Following Jones' orders, they made friends with cone. Those about the hotel especially tho young men when they niado any advances wero politely snubbed. Every night Florence would write to her good butler to report what bad taken place during the day, and he was left to Judge for himself If there was anything to arouso his suspicions. He, of course, believed the two were covertly guarded by the detective he had sent after Sfcr-rtthing In tho Mad dog wouldn't be In It. I always said that you had gray matter If you cared to exert yourself." "Thanks," replied the doctor dryly. "I'll drop down there tomorrow, If you say so, ostensibly to see the other patient. It vlll ma!:o a deuce of a dis- shoulder, "'i .'ie world. I came In to ask for three days' leave, You're your own boss, Jim, for sixty days more. Whadda y mean counter gether? They arrived at the desk, and tho manager was summoned. "I take It," began tho doctor lowly, "that a contagious disease, If It do- - Notice! deceased, JiFBJ against the estate of wiM.1'. please present the same to the executor estate, as 1 ' Is, 4 1 's Gocd-night.- tear-staine- d oooaoi Good-nigh- Walls Trent We Pay Postage fSBBt 1 I American Theater ft J Superior Sanitary ss e. v JEN) iftof ''jCV' g A RAILWAY WIZARD Tuft Created a Sensation His Vertical Road. IRS I DON'T BE MISTAKEN Cloverport Citizens Should Read and Heed This Advice. Kidney trouble Is dangerous and often fatal. Don't experiment with something new and untried. Use a tctted kidney remedy. Begin with Doan's Kidney Pills. Ued In kidney troubles SO years. Recommended here and everywhere The following statement forms convincing proof. Mrs. Edward Cullen, Eighth St , Cannelton, Ine, says: "I always praltc Doan's Kidney Pills when I I tried many have tha opportunity. remedies but none seemed to take hold of the trouble like Doan's Kidney Pills. They acted like magic on my kidneys and it wasn't long before I was permanently cured. You may continue to publish my former endorse ment of this remedy. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply atk for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Cullen had. Foster MllburnCo., Props., Buffalo, N. V. BORROWING MONEY. 4 1lcog)(o) 4-Da- With ys rASSkNucn tLbVAIUH. Clearance Sale4 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, April 7th April 8th April 9th April 1 It Wat Erected In the Old Fifth Avenue Hotel, In New York, In 1859 and Was Regarded a tha Marvel of tha Day Ita Introduction to England. Americans mny lose tbe use of tbclr A number of authorities on this subject bare made tbe prophecy tbat unless tbe American mends bis wars and changes tbe direction In which certain of bis habits and tendencies lie his legs will become as atrophied as has becomo his llttto too from close confinement In shoes and long disuse. These authorities hare pointed out the street car. the automobile and the average man's eagerness to "get there" In tho quickest way and with the least possible effort Is tbe causes for the present deterioration In legs, and as mechanical locomotion becomes more and more accessible and tbe riding habit grows man will hare less and less use for his feet and legs. In addition to electric cars and automobiles, nnother modern derlce contributes to tbe nrcrage man's Increasing feebleness of limb. That modern derlce Is tbo clerator. To the present generation, accustomed to ride from floor to floor and to push the elcTator bell button and wait for tho car rather than climb a flight of stnlrs, It probably seems queer to see or hear the elevator mentioned ns n modern derlce. Men In their youth and even In their middle age hare become so habituated to tho clerator that they feel that such a thing always was, or at least that It Is coeral with brick and stone buildings. Yet tbe clerator is a modern derlce, and tho word "elerator" In the application given it In America Is newer still than tho contrivance it legs. -- 0th Mien's. Women's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Dry Goods, Hardware and Everything in Our Entire Line Shoe Department Men's S3.50 to Shoes $2.05 Men's 3.00 to 3.50 Shoes .. 2 48 1.90 Men's 2.S0 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 Elkitlo Shoes Boys' 2.25 to 2.50 Shoes n. 1 75 1 45 Boys' 1.75 to 2.25 Shoes 1 25 Boys' 1.50 to 1.75 Shoes 2 35 Women's $3 00 to $3.50 Shoes Women's 2.50 to 3.00 Shoes ... 1.90 1.65 Women's 2.00 to 2.50 Shoes 1.25 Women's 1 50 to 2.00 Shoes 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.... 1.65 1.45 Children's 1.75 to 2.00 Shoes 1.25 Children's 1.50 to 1.75 Shoes Children's 1.25 to 1.50 Shoes 1.15 80 Children's 1.00 to 1.25 Shoes Children's .75 to 1.00 Shoes, .. .55 We have 200 to 300 pairs Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers we are going to offer for sale regular price. to at Don't fail to ask to see them. one-fourt- Tuft's vertical screw railway, the first elevator ever built." That, elevator was one of the chief wonders of the hotel, which, because of its luxury and magnificence, was considered one of tbe wonders of the new world. The "vertical railway," which saved persons the trouble of walking up and down stairs, was widely written about, and people came from far and near to look at the strange .invention and to Before the demolition of the old Fifth Avenue hotel In Now York there was in one of tbo elevators a tablet, on .which was Inscribed this: "In this space was erected and operated in 1859 Be Sura Deferred Charges Can Be Met Before Incurring Them. One reason why corporations have Lot been looked upon with friendly eyes Is the fact that they have adopted tlunuclug methods of which we don't npprove. You and 1 hnvc been taught to that we'd better do without n thing unless we have the money to pay for It To us that seems to be safe and sane thrift doctrine. But when corporations became numerous they adopted another plan. They decided not to wait until they could pny for what they wanted If they could borrow money with which to make tbe purchase. They began to load upon thcmsclrcs "deferred chnrges." Certain charges of this kind, of course, are Justified; when It can be proved without the shadow of a doubt that what will bo earned by borrowed money Is more than tbo cost of the loan, borrowing Is Justified. But not Men's .50 Shirts Men's 1.00 Union Suits Men's .50 Union Suits Men's .50 Underwear ... Mt'ti's .25 Undeiwcur Men's Bed Diamond Overalls, pr. .39 .79 .39 .39 .20 .80 Bed Ticking per yard 12Jc to 20c Embroidery per yard 50c Table Linens per yard 25c Table Linens per yard "lOc 8e 10c 2o Mattings per yard 39c 20c 20c Ladies' Furnishings Ludies' $1.00 Union Suits $ .79 Ladies' .50 Union Suits .. .39 Ladies' .25 Vests .17 Ladies' .15 Vests .. 10 Ladies' .10 Vests 07 79 Ladies' 1.00 Gloves Ladies' .50 Gloves 39 Ladies' .25 Gloves .20 ... KABO, "Tho Live Model Corset" 1.19 $1.50 value 1.00 value 82 .50 value .39 . 15c Mattings per $1.50 30x00 inch Rugs 30c Bleached or Unbleached Sheet- 12c 95c . ing per yard Factory Cotton per yard 17c Crepr-- per yard, 10c Crepes per yard 15c Mull per yard All Callicoes per yard s 25c 5ic 14c SJc 12Jc 5n Grocery 1 1 Department be able to tell their admiring friends In Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and "Washington and other cities out In the provinces that they had, been able to go up and down stairs without walking. When travelers came from New York and told nbout this vertical screw rail- way to our grandfathers, those worthy gentlemen raised their eyes and hands in astonishment and probably exclaim, id, "Will wonders never cease?" An. Epgllsh trade paper, the Loudon Builder, otherwise. So Intelligent thrift practice In the home and the family can be measured by the same test. If you're going Into debt to buy a home you should be able to demonstrate mathematically by borrowing money to buy a home you will in tbe end sare more In rent than the cost of tbe land and house, repairs and taxes and Insurance. You bare no business to place any "deferred chnrge" upon your individual resources or those of your family that those who come after you will not cheerfully pay because they recognize that It is a Just charge. Tbe test ought to be: die tomorrow would my heirs prefer to go on meeting these charges rather than allow them to bo defaulted?" It Is when the answer of cither the individual or n new board of corporation directors is in the negative that we sec the unwisdom of much borrowing In anticipation of benefits or earnings. If you're houcst, "deferred charges" have to bo met, and if you have had much experience you will know that It isn't often that the future develops ns well as you think it will. John M. In Chicago News. I Dry Goods Department 50c 25c 25c 10c 10c 10c 15c 10c Pound 25c Coffee 21c Pound loc Coffee... 12c 1 Pound 20c Green Coffco. 16c 1 Packago Arbuckle Coffee 21c 1 Package Awaco Coffee 15c 7 Cakes Big Deal, Clcanoasy, Ivory Soap 25c or 3 Pounds Soda 5c Rub-No-Mo- h one-hal- f 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 50c Caps .20 Men's 25c Caps .20 Boys' 25c Caps .79 Men's .$1.00 Shirts "If should editorial on tho subject of the vertical screw railway In tho United States, saying: "It Is a carriage that will move from the top to the bottom of the building and from the bottom to the top. It will he forced upward by the application of sfcnm power, nud tho descent will be regulated by the resistance of hydraulic power." It was not until the early seventies that the vertical railway was in England, tho first "lift" being Insrnllnil In Albert hall, and to ride til Intro-duccd in September. 1830. bad an Dress Goods per yard Dress Goods per yard Waist Goods per yard Percale per yard Dress Gingham per yard Madras per yard Suitintrs per yard Suitings per ynrd 10c Hope Cotton per yard 10c Shirtings per yard 25c S.ttinc per yard 15c Sutine per yard 10c Sutine per yard 20c Hod Ticking per yard 39c 20c 20c 8 Jc 3 Cans Salmon 2 Cans 2 Cans 2 Cans 8Jc 8Jc 12c Sic Sic 8.Vc 20c 12c Corn Tomatoes Kraut 2 Cans Peaches 2 Cans Lye Hominy 2 Cans Pork and Beans 2 Cans Gooseberries.... 2 Boxes Rolled Oats 5 Boxes Matches .... 1 Gallon Coal Oil 1 Gallon Vinegar (Acid) 0 Spools Chirks, O. N. T. Thread . 25c 15c 15c 15c 22c 10c 15c 15c 15c 15c 11c 13c 25c Olio 1 "SALVET" 8le Kic Sugar, Meat, Lard and Flour at LOWEST .MARKET PRICE. n All Goods not Priced Above will go at Reduced Prices. Vila nnssoncrnrsj wnrn rnnulred to a fee of one penny. Conservative people in America and England looked on this invention with grave suspicion and "felt It in their bones" that it was only a question of time when It would fall down nnd kill everybody In the "lift" Is nothing like so common In Europe as the elevator, tvMpIi la flu. km mo thill' Is 111 the United States. One reason for this is that tho United States Is tho birthplace nnd tho home of tho skyscraper, while high buildings, as building heights are measured In America, are Infrequent In Europe. Washington Star. nV Scalds, Galls, Scratches, Sores Hurts, Screw Worms. To make the best cure for such troubles, buy a pint of linseed oil, it you prefer a healing oil, or a pound of hog lard or vaseline if you want a salve aud add a 5fcbottb of Farrls Healing Remedy, iksimply can't be beat by And see any salve or liniment nade. what you get a full pint for not over 60 cents. Farrls Healing Remedy Is sold by us on the Money Back Plan. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. We have a Full Line of Spring Goods. Don't Fail to Come. CLThis Sale will be for Cash or Produce Only. Highest Market Price will be Paid for Produce OVA GRAY Notice. Any one having March IO15. claims against the estate of John Fur-vodeceased, will present them to the undersigned, duly sworn to and proven according to law, before the 30th day Chas. II. Smart, of April, IOI5. Administrator, Cloverport, Ky. Garfield, Kentucky CZnoiZTD CZIOIZZ3 o Scratching Hens.' The scratching hen is the laying hen. In the Spring they dig early and late and they lay. In the winter they They become sit around moping. bilious and lazy because they get no exercise and once bilious they seldom recover until Spring. And they are an easy prey to cholera andotherdlseases. B. A. Thomas Poultry Powders starts . I1. r me ijiver. ,.1 ecu Iit iwisu- a wcca uuui they begin to sing and scratch, then occasionally. We sell It and guarantee it. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. I W 1 L ' jc. Possible Reason. "Bermuda rnlses onions nnd lilies." "Seems a queer urrnngemcnt. I won- dor why they picked out that particu lar combination? "Maybe the smell of tho one offsets Courier-Journa- l. that of tho other A 4 Hl Application. My son. you should never dpfer until tomorrow what you can do today. 8on Thcu. mother, wo d better eat the rest of tbat mince pie tonight hadn't we? Judge. Mother Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles have yielded to Doaa's 'OlRtment. sOc at all store. L0D1BURG. Peru, Ind. (Special) : William charged with the murder of Guy Shoonoy of Wabash last August, was Mrs. Florence Estelle, of Louisville, acquitted in tho Miami circuit court. of tho skull, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sbooney died of a fracture his head striking the uavcraent when Mary Adkisson, for the past week, reHolland knocked him down- turned home Saturday. Dyspepsia is America's curse. To Miss Mary Noble was visiting Miss restore digestion, normal weight, good Myrtle Ueauchamp, of Mystic, last Sunhealth and purify the blood,' use Burdock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug day. stores. Price", $1 00. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller who have been in Calltornla for the past two Presidential Cheeses. week. Dan will run Tho first monster cheese presented to years, came in last which wo can find rec- his father's farm for him this year. a president of ord Is that offered with great publicity Mis. Mary Adkisson and daughter, to Jefferson in ISO'J. The cheese was Miss Mamie, have rented part of Geo. made one might almost sny built In and moved to town last Cheshire, Mass' In n press giving It Cox's property tho great dimensions of four feet diam- Friday. eter and eighteen Inches high. After Harden Hasham lias rented the Jake bolng successfully pressed It was Payne place near Mystic, and moved drawn from Cheshire to Washington last Monday. In u six horse dray amid popular rejoicing. With regard for the dignity of In the article that was published last his otlice. tho presldeut Insisted on week about Mr. Andy Adkisson, there footing tbe bill to tbo iuuo of $200. was one mistake. It stated that he There la record of an oven greater joined the church In 1886. He joined cheese presented to President Jackson, 1 86a. and President Van Buren received a in great cheese every year of his incum-bncM. Dowell, of Ohio county, who has With him the custom seems to been visiting relatives here, returned hare ended. New York Sun. home last week. Hoi-lan- Holland Not Guilty. HARNED. 11 M. Day, of Mississippi, was here last week visiting relatives. Mr. ml Mrs. J. I). Mattingly, of West View, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Norton Sunday. Denver Robertson, of McDaniel, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson, J, H. Glasscock was In Louisville Saturday on business. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist wilt refund money If PAZO Lee Pile, who has been in Illinois for OINTMENT falls to cute any cae of Itching, Mind, Illeedlnnor I'rotrudlDi: Piles ln6to!4ilayj. the past three weeks, returned home The Saturday was quite a busy day in Harued. Quite a number of farmers were here. Mr. anfl Mrs. Homer Alexander spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Houston Alexander at lluras. S. M. Glasscock, of Cloverport, is heru on the sick list at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. , M. Crume and Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Davis went to Hardin Spring Sunday to see Mrs, Gregoryt fint application eive Vase ami Rest. 50c. Saturday. Carl Davis got his arm broken Saturwho is very sick. day while at work with a wagon. A single gallon of gasoline will do Marshall Norton has bought property liro, Leslie Dellart Pilled his appointwonders almost anywhere, but no- ment here Sunday. at Klngswood uud intends moving this where has it been applied to better Willis Green, of Falls of Hough, was week. purpose than on tho farm. Hero aro Miss Ceclllan Duncan, of Klngswood, some or Ita stunts. It will milk 300 here Wednesday. spent Easter with Miss Elolse Hook, of cows, bale four tons of hay, mlx'thlrty-flv- o Mrs. Lucinda Crumo was called to Hardlnbuig. yards of cement, movo n ton truck of an Hardin Spring last week to the bedside fourteen miles, plow three-fifth- s Mrs. Marshall CundifT, of West View, aero of land ami tnnko enough elec- of her sister, Mrs. Amunda Gregory, who has been very sick, Is no better. who Is vtry low. tricity to keep eight lights going in tho Miss Nettie Aldridge, of near Mook, farmhouso for thirty days. Mr. and Mrs. Croff lieauchatnp, of visited relatives here last week. Good by to boyhood memories of turnHurdinsburg, were visitors of Miss Viring tho grindstone. Wall Street ginia Payne Sunday, A Gallon of Gasoline. Subscribe Now Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Hobert Drone, who is attending; The Old Standard (eneral strentlhenln tooic. school at Klngswood, spent Easter at OKOVU'S Ta.8TKI.K88 chill TONIC. drirce out Malaria. eerie hs the btood,aod builda uptfea sym his home at Webster. tea. A tru tonic. For adults aad ohUirta. Me. G. W. Chapin Irvington, Ky, Blacksmithing and General Repairing Ford Service Station Automobile and Gasoline Engine Work a Specialty Plumbing and Tin Work Chairs and Furniture of all Kind Repaired 1 A Bright Clerk in a Wall Street Office had ilone well in a business trans"Get the finest Suit in action. town," said the broker Kleetully, "and send the bill to us." In a few days the clerk appeared in a beautiful Sill: Lined Suit. "Fine Suit, fine," remarked the broker as he contemplated first the Suit, and then a bill for $75. "Why didn't you have oil paintings on the but tons?" It doesn't matter what shape or size or kind of man you are, if you're a Suit seeker you'll find what you are looking for here; and thert won't be any Wall Street price tag on it. At $8 5O to $18 5O this week, we'll suit you right, the style will be right, and the fabric will be jeally fine. Be (air to yourself and give us a look. ED. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky. "Clothier and Furnisher." Rev. T. J. Wade and wife, C. A HARDINSBURG. I'enick and Mesdames Nora Hoard and W ). Plggott have returned from DisBeauty enchants and grace captitrict Conference, Springfield, Ky. Louisville, spent the vates for a season, but a well Informeda Wilbur Parks, of mind and a cultured heart will make Easter holidays with Dr. and Mrs. S. home beautiful when the bloom of V. Parks. beauty has faded and go,ie. T. W. Dr. V H. Taylor and Hayden Ilram Uanford. lette motored to Hodgenville Saturday. In spite of the cold weather there Miss Viola Lewis, of Owensboro, and were a number of Easter hats sold. Leon Lewis, of Louisville, spent the Mrs. Both milliners were kept busy. week end with Misses Eva Carrlgan Lee Bishop says that her sales were Lewis. and Edith unusually good. See her nats. Miss Mattie Grace Howe, of Lewis Mrs. Lewis Klnchcloe has returned week for a visit port, will arrive this to Louisville, after a visit to Dr. A. M, with Mrs. Vlrgie Brite. family and Mrs. C. V, Rev. Morefield preached at the Cum Klncheloe and and Mrs. Kincheloe Robertson. Mr. berland Presbyterian church Sunday. will soon go to Wheeling, W. Va., to reMiss lulla Lyons has returned to side In the future. Louisville, having spent the Easter Mrs. Mania Moorman and daughter, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Kincheloe, were in LouisLyons. Jonas ville last week. Miss Evelyn King will entertain to a Sec want Stock Hogs wanted. this week in honor of Miss house party column. Baird, of Louisville. An appropriate Easter message was Miss Sallle Richardson has returned delivered by Rev. Reeves at the Pres- to her home In Union Star, after a visit byterian church Sunday. A beautiful to her sister, Mrs. I'. M. Beard. musical program was arranged. Miss Ada Gregory visited friends Miss, Pauline Waggoner is visiting near Garfield last week. t. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Waggoner, Mr. Everett Lewis, of Kirk, made a business trip to town last Tuesday. A fire was discovered In the residence A'.iss Addle K. Eskridge, who is atof A. T. Adkins Friday noon caused by tending school at Bowling Green, came a defective flue. The fire was soon exhome Saturday and spent Easter with tinguished by a bucket brigade. her mother, Mrs. Morris Eskridge. Sec want Stock Hoes wanted. Misses Kutli and Martha Harned column. spent Saturday and Sunday with their Lewis Bennett Moreman motored to parents, Dr. E. C. Harned and Mrs. Louisville Thursday accompanied by Harned. Mrs. K. B, Mclilothlan and Tom Drury, Mr and Mrs. Abel Gllllngwators, of of Brandenburg. Irvington, were the guests of friends Miss Nora Lyddanand brother, Dana in town last week. Lyddan, entertained about twenty Sh'erill A. T. Beard bought of J F. guests to an Easter egg hunt Sunday at McGary and son twenty five cattle their beautiful country home, Park and W. L. Harrell twenty-nine- . Prices Place. Mr. Beard will five and six cents. The postoffice has been moved into ship two car load to St. Louis SaturDr. L. B. Moreman's property on Main day. This is the first time to try this street. A well equipped room, good market lights, papered and painted nicely. of Glen Messrs. Jesse Moorman, Soon the time for a civic clean up day Dean, Boyd Haynes, from Meade will be here. This town needs a thor- county, and Ves Smith, of Glen Dean, ough house cleaning, Let all the forces were business visitors in town last in the effort with the town week. & Co's. want See board. Begin now to talk it and put up posters. Let's make Irvington clean ad. as a pin. There are some awful disease M. B. Kincheloe spent the week end It In Louisville. breeding places in the community. is the duty of all the people to see that Attorney Henry DeHaven Moorman they are cleaned up. has gone to Leitchfleld to attend the The Junior Missionary Society meets Grayson county circuit court. on Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Mr. Andrew Elder, who has been church. The program is on China's confined to his home for some time, is children and children in city streets. able to be out on the streets. Inspector Taylor was here last Friday and Saturday to see about moving Notice ! the post otlice Into the Masonic buildrespon ing; some of the citizens thinking that To the Public: I will not be incurred by a more convenient location. sible for any Steph-ensporHeston-Whitworth THAT TIRED Do You Continually FEELING Feel Slug r WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND gish, Disinterested? If'you do, It is probably caused by your liver. When the liver falls to perform its functions the system becomes clogged with poisonous matter, that weighs you down mentally and physically. The liver gets out. of order very easily, and if neglected, chronic trouDon't delay If ble usually results. you feel badly. You knowingly lay yourself open to life long pain, when you allow yourself to Continue in a run Cure yourself quickdown condition. ly and harmlessly with the natural vegetable remedy, It has all the effectiveness, but not the effect, of calomel. bears the Genuine likeness and signature of L. K. Grigs by, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Insist on It. For sale by Klnchcloe's Pharmacy. BEST FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT EO&8 properly, Articles " Energy 10c will buy 38S 410 . BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK PORK, loin BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE . BCTTElt RICE POTATOES BEANS, drltd WHEAT FLOUR - . 445 1030 1030 1117 1181 1365 JOSS 2X0 304O 6540 ' LiV-Ver-L- Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of flour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pound of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Snow Drift, Boh Whito or Extra Fancy flour from your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Self-Risin- Energy g Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. SHERIFF'S SALE! By virtue of a Execution No. 743, directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of Ilreckenridge Circuit Court in favor of Mrs. Jennie Newsome, against Dr. F. L Lightfoot, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Friday, the 23rd day ol April, 1915, between the hours of 12 o'clock, a. 111 , and 2 o'clock, p. m , at the farm of Mrs. Dr. V L. Lightfoot, expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, Debt, interest and cost, $98 49, I will offer for sale three head of calves and one ten disc wheat drill This will be sold on the farm of Mrs V. L. Light- foot's, near George Jolly's, levied upon as the property of Dr I L Lightfoot Terms: Sale will be made 011 a credit of 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a A. T. HEARD. S B. C. Judgment Ily V. i'ATB, u. s Saddle and Harness Stallion, 5 Years old, weight 1,000 pounds BROWN CREST No, 3853 Ily Hay Squirrel 2nd, No. 135'J, by Richmond fjV- -i j"' oquirrei, .o. 090, oy juacK aquirrei, io. 50, 4. . . c I T ai luy, siic ui rl.- -. xaii;, x nis 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. H29, by Chester Dare, No lo $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when marc is traded or colt foaled. TT jijJij, L0C0F0CUS 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. t. SHERIFF'S SALE! indebtedness New Furniture Store Now Open! To (Wites, Husbands and Sweethearts) We have a nice variety of Furniture so you may make your own selection. You will find satisfaction if you buy your new spring furniture from us. Chickens anil 10rrs in Kxcluinro for any piece of Furniture in our lino Delia Elliott, from and after this date, Miss Electa Zeikler spent the W. J. Elliott. March 30th. I9I5. holidays In Louisville with friends. Mrs. Dent Brown, who was run over by a young man riding a mule fast RUN. through the streets, is able to be up and around the house Irvin Taylor, who is attending the Sunday School was organized Sun day with the following officers elected: College of Medicine in Louisville, spent H. Blythe, superintendent; Scott Saturday and Sunday here with his Smart, assistant superintendent; Miss parents, Mr and Mrs. Alfred Taylor. Jane Smart, secretary, and Miss Dora Hobart Shellman has returned from Waggoner, assistant secretary. a visit to relatives and friends in Miss Jessie Mae Brickey, of Clover Louisville. Creek, spent Saturday and Sunday Miss Nancy Kincheloe went to Louwith her cousin, Miss Ethel Pate. isville Monday to be the guest of Mrs. Mrs. Juda Chapin is suffering with a Lewis Kincheloe and do some shopping. bone felon. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell and Miss Francis Atwood' returned to her home Monday after spending three Miss Llnnie Walls were the guests of weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Miller, Miss Ruby Shoppenhorst In Louisville last week. of Cloverport. Mr. Frank Charles, of Maclon, spent Mrs. Allen Waggoner is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, of Saturday and Sunday with his brother, Rev. W. Charles, who is leading the Tell City. Miss Emma Blythe is visiting rela singing at the M. E. Church, South, Ilv virtue of a Execution No 740 di rected to me. which issued from the Clerk's Office of Dreckenridge Circuit Court in favor of J. J. Brooks, against Dr I. L. Lightfoot, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Friday, the 23rd day of April, 1915, between the hours of 12 o'clock, a. in., and 5 o'clock, p. m , at the farm ol Dr. I' L, Ltgnttoot, expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, Debt, interest and cost, J233.89, I will offer for sale fourteen head of hogs and one milch cow. This will be sold 011 the farm near the old toll gate at levied upon as the property of Dr. F. L. Lightfoot. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit Easter of 3 months, bond with approved securi-tt: Clover-port.Ky., v BROWN' CREST AND LOCOFOCUS will stand the present season at John Elder's barn, Hardinsburg. Anyone desiring to raise mules should see this Jack before breeding elsewhere. $10.00 to insure living colt. H. J. ROBERTS, Hardinsburg, Ky. HUES Judgment. reauired. bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a A Public Sale! I ny v. u. T. BEAKD. S. B. C n, u. t. will SHERIFF'S SALE! By offer For Sale on McGlothan & Son Irvington, Ky. IRVINGTON. Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan has returned home after a visit with Mrs. Adam Anspacli, of Rome, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Morton I'enick and son, of Cloverporti spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I'enick. Miss Keu.i Morgan spent the week end with friends in Brandenburg. Miss Iva Uice, of Louisville, is the guest of Misses Katiu and Mildred Chltwood. .Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain went to Lewlsport Friday to organize a Wo. man's Club. Mrs. li. P. Taylor, of Corbln, wilt arrive this week to visit Mrs. W, N. Holt. Mesdames T. K. ltiythe, Julius Sip-pi- e, Nannie J. Watlicn, It. I). McUloth. lan and Miss Nell Smith were in Louisville last week. Miss Kliska Youtsler, of Jlrandenburg, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. U. Hottell. Miss Margaret Conniff spent Raster la Louisville. No. 747 dito me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of Breckenridge Circuit Court in favor of Myrtie Smith, against Dr. V. L Lightfoot, I, or one of mv deputies, will, on Friday, the 23rd day of April, 1915, between the hours of 12 o'clock a. 111. , and 2 o'clock p. in., at the farm of airs Dr. F. L. Lightfoot's, expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, to wit: Debt, interest and cost, $254 62, I will offer for sale about four hundred bushels of corn, now in crib at said farm near George Jolly's, levied upon as the property of Dr. P. L. Lightfoot. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit ot 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate during the revival. of 6 per cent per annum from day of tives in Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Hendrlck are sale, and having the force and effect of a Mr. and Mrs. Allen Elder left Wed Judgment, A. T. BEARD, S. B. C. nesday for Logansport, Ind., where comfortably located in the Marshall By W. C. PATE, D S children property. They have three they hove positions in the usylum. and their families for their neighbors. Mrs. Eli Chapin and Misses Anna and Are You Sure the Title to Mr. Orrln Hardin, of Hites Run, was Alma Basham were guests Monday of Your Land is All Right? a visitor in town last Saturday. Mis. Juda Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carroll and In the current issue of the Farm and Mrs. Joe Snrirt and sister, Miss Ida Waggoner, have been visiting telatives children spent Easter with her sister, Fireside, the national farm paper pubMrs. J. T. Smith. lished at Springfield, Ohio, Herbert in Irvington and Louisville this week. Mr. Alex Dent Is the guest of Mrs Quick, editor of that publication, tells Misses Martha and Helen Elder ate Dent at the home of Mrs. F. W. Pey- the atory of a farmer in Crawford with Mrs. Joe Beavin in Cloverport. county, Missouri, who, after working a ton. Miss Georgia Miller came down from Walter Moorman, of Glen Dean, was farm for four years, has just discovered Louisville Tuesday to be witli her par that the farm which he supposed he ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Miller, tor a the guest of friends in town Sunday. owned belongs to another, A fraud of Custer, made his Walter Brown, lew days. was perpetrated on this farmer by a Clay Hawkins and Herman Waggo. usual fortnightly visit Sunday to a agent who gave him a deed calling for friend in town. ner were guests of Roy Chapin Sunday. another farm than the one he showed Robert Compton and sister, little him and upon which he has been livMiss Charlotte Compton, went to Gar- ing- The farm which he really owns field Sunday to be present at the egg Is a poor rocky piece of land. PISGAH. Mr hunt given by the Sunday schools. Quick uses this story to teach farmers Tho Baptist Missionary Society will being careful about their I'isgah Sundity School opened Easter meet at the church Saturday after- a lesson of legal papers. Mr. Quick says In part: Sunday with a large attendance. Will noon. All members are requested to "Because we forgot to have a survey meet every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Ev be present. made, because we trusted a fellow ery one come. man, because there are men who are M D. Beard and sons, Marvin, jr., too cowardly to commit murder and Mrs. John Matthews, of Louisville, went to Louisville Tuesday therefore kill people Indirectly, th's and Ralph, attended Plgah Sunday School Easter. and wlil return tonight. wonderful thing our farm Is no more. Mrs. Lamb was visiting in Owens"It is a good thing for us all that U, Miss Amelia Squires, Mrs. E. thought cannot kill, especially for that boro last week. English and children will arrive Sat swindling land agent. After all he Mr. unu Mrs, Leon Elder, of Daviess urday from Berea for a visit to Mrs. had to rob himself of everything which county, are guests of Mr. und Mr. A. M. DeJarnette. a real man holds of value before he reached the point of robbing this famJames Morrison. Miss Martlne Monarch, of Kirk, was ilyfor a commission on the sale of a Rev. Jarboe preached an interesting the week end guest of Miss Clarabelle rockpllel sermon Sunday. "What (hall we say? T have al- DeHaven. rected virtue of a Execution Saturday, April 10, 15 The following property: Two Horse Hules, four and five years old; one Mare Mule, ten years old; seven head of Cattle, two Hogs, Wagon, Mower, Hay Rake, Harrow, Buggy and Harness, Plows and other Farming Implements, 500 bushels of Corn, six tons of Hay and Household and Kitchen Furniture. bankable note. Sale begins All under $10, cash in hand; over $10, at 10 o'clock. Zeno Hendrick CORN AND HAY! If you need, either corn or hay in large or small lots write or phone us we will save you money. J. B. TAYLOR 8 SONS, EEiEEEE ready written him a letter, but that homo from, a visit to her brother in can do him no good. Nobody but him- Louisville. self can do him much good." Sell Butler's niece will begin a class In music here In April. BIG SPRING, Mrs. U. A. Strother and daughter, Miss Zelma, will be home next week from Owensboro where they spent the Geo. Kaelln and wife are receiving winter. congratulations for a fine boy, Rev. E. P. Deacon has returned home Alex Meyer has a fine boy at his from Springfield where he has been athome. Good luck to Alex. tending Conference. Mrs. Wra. Miller has returned to her Mrs. Dr. Witt has returned horn home at Vine grove. f.nm f .t. ...... -- U Miss Myrtle Moorman lias returned A Visit. 1