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The Breckenridge news: April 14, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915041401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 14, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915. Succeeds In Art Circles I 8 Pages No. 41 CONTAGIOUS SHOW Accounts ANNIVERSARY DINNER U'c announce with greatest pleasure V month's "International Studio" will include a good article, Yaung, of most beautiful tribute to Cinclonattl' Mr. and Mrs. William Perry County, Have Grand sculptor, Clement J. Barnhorn. The article Is written by Ernest Bruce Celebration With Family and Haswell and carries six Illustrations, a flne selection from the works which Friends. Barnhorn has executed during the last year or two. In a keen and striking TO DINNER. way Haswell sets forth the important SIXTY GUESTS factors in the development of Barn-horn- 's art, incidentally paying tribute Mr. and Mrs. William Young, the In his foreword to one of the earliest parents of Mm. Conrad Sippel, celebramostt active agencies of Cfncln ted their golden wedding anniversary and natti's noteworthy art history, the Mc at their country home In Perry county Sunday. Mr. Young Is a retired farm Micken School of Design, established er, living near Dudd postoffics. He Is as early as 186S, and giving the Indis eighty two years old and Mrs. Young is pensable trainlug for art expression to men that since then have proved to be sixtvnine years old. They were maramong the landmarks of American art. ried at the bride's home in Cannelron, Sunday Mr, Young Among these artists Haswell mentions April it, l8'5 wore his wedding coat which was a besides Barnhorn, Robert Blum, Ken you Cox, John Twachtman, Frank "Prince Albert" In style. De Camp, Bryson The day was beantiful, and the cele- Duveneck, Joseph bration was in accordance with the Burroughs, Edwin Henry Potthast Sahhalh. The t'oltlen sunshine and Solon Borclum, L, H. Meakln and the happy presence of thtir family and ! pharles IIenry Nlehaui. Among th friends ma le the day the most glorious items that seem especially well brought out in characterization we will men one of their late years. were present at an old. tion perhaps the best: "A master of Sixty guests fashioned dinner wnlch was served by technique that is not conventional, that the daughters and neighbors. The cares not for effect, his works stand dining table was attractively arranged, out boldly in an age when technique the centerpiece being a' golden wedding has ceased to be a means and has be cake made by Mrs. George Weather-hol- t, come an end. It can be truthfully said of Dodd The floral decorations that the Influence of the Italian Ken (Copyright.) were pink and white carnations and alsanee Is more observable in most of lid flowers gathered by the grand- - his work than is that of the French Here lldren. Before the dinner was served masters with whom he studied. Plock, of Cannelton, a life long he has taught (the Cincinnati Art HARDINSBURG ROAD John friend, made a short talk of compli-- 1 Academy) ever since, a teacher as mentarv remarks of Mr. and Mrs. i capable of imparting his knowledge as We From Owensboro Young. Mr. Plock said: "Life Is made of demonstrating his theory." Will be Ex up of sunshine and sorrows, but we feel In Mr. Haswell's article not only fellow artist's grasp of his subject, tended Toward Hancock know those who are celebrating their the golden wedding anniversary today have but the devotion of the pupil to his County Many Dollars to be had many blessings which they so master. Mr. Haswell, whose Intelll Spent On It. richly deserve. " He concluded his re- gent work in sculpture was shown at marks with loving wishes. Many pres the Crafters' Company recently, has ents, several in gold, were given Mr. once more demonstrated in his article By the efforts of Esq. Drury Smeath- a decided talent for literary work. He and Mrs. Young. ers the fiscal court on Thursday voted has also had success as a teacher, In Their children present were: Mrs. to appropriate the entire state-aiConrad Sippel, of Cloverport; William which role he will have an interesting fund of $12,000, which will be augment Ybung and son. of Deer Creek; Mrs. Held next year, when he will have ed by a like amount from the county Emma Haynes, of Henderson, and Ed- charge of the drawing and remodeling treasury, to the extension of the ward Young, of Deer Creek. Louis classes in the Bartholomew-Clifto- n Hardinsburg road toward the Hancock Young, of British Columbia, could not School. Cincinnati Enquirer. county line. The road will begin at come, but sent greetings to his mother Thruston, where the macadam now d father. Mr. Sippel and daughters, Will Move to Old ends, and be continued for about four isses Rosa and Selma Sippel, were Home at Parkersburg. miles. It is intended by the county present. They accompanied Mrs. Sip officials that the money, $24,000 in all, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ross and sons, pel home Sunday evening. be expended as much for roads as p:s daughRandall Ross and Joe Ross, and Bible, and a spur of the railroad will be ter, MUs Dona Ross, will move to Par- run out to Entire Town oi Lawrence-bur- g within a short distance of kersburg, W. Va., about July i. Mr. Menaced by Fire. Ross is there where he Is manager of where the road will be built. This will having resigned save probably twenty per cent of the Lawrenceburg, Ky., April IK Fire the electric light plant, hauling expense. Owensboro Mes as electrician at the L., H. & that started in the court-hous- e at 3 his place shops here. Parkersburg Is senger. St. L R'y, o'clock this morning at 2y0 o'clock had home, but their stay of School Teachers Will caused damage amounting- - to $75,000 their original three years in this city has made them and was still burning fiercely. Hear James Lane Allen. Cloverport citizens. They have The whole business section of the devoted The .officers of the Kentucky Educa interest in church and city is threatened. Calls for aid were taken an active will be greatly missed tional Association have Issued invlta sent to Frankfort and other neighboring social circles, and here. Joe Ross Is a member of the tions to ufpeciul session in honor of cities. ames Lane Allen. A charming pro of C. H. S. So far as is known no lives were lost graduating class gram will be given at the First Chris up until thut hour. tlan church in Louisville, Wednesday Seeding in North Dakota. evening at eight o clock. Mr. Cale Thieves Don't Like Ducks. Minneapolis Wheat seeding near Young Rice will preside. Music will be Farm and Fireside says: Fargo and Grand Forks, N. D., Is pro rendered by Mrs. J. Edwin Whitney "Ducks are good watchdogs for the gresslng well. Indications point to a and Miss Mary Marks. Miss Nannie poultry yard. No matter what time of good start for a normal season, with an Lee Frayser will give a reading, "King night the thief may come the ducks Increase In wheat acreage at the ex- Solomon." Judge Alex P. Humphrey will nuaclr President W. P. King, Supt. M. A. pense of barley and oats. Cassldy will speak. The special ad d that this YEAR'S WORK Court Settled-Fis- cal Proceedings Show the Best Business Methods of Any in the State. ALL BILLS ARE PAID. STAJEJDE Clean-u- p LARD Week-Fri- Ai Days and This day In Huge Quantities Use-Furnished Saturday the Brooms and Shovels' Will Be Busy. The Kentucky Federation of Women's Club has set April 16 and 17, November Clean-U- p I9 and 20, as State-Wid- e Days. These days will be observed to make Kentucky clean and many towns will have special clean-ucampaigns this week. Some of the efforts that will be made are as follows: Clean streets, back yards and allevs that are seen. Clean cellars, attics and closets that are not seen. (.lean up with paint and mended fences Tear down or cover with vines all unsightly buildings. Have a clean railroad station, post office and courthouse. Don't allow loose paper, or fruit peel- nigs on your street. Tell the newspapers all about it. Oct tlie town officia's to furnish wagons to take awrty all refuse collected in barrels and boxes. n e ociiu suiiie nowers or a plant to your editor with thanks. Enlist all the children In the fight and praise them for the work they do. This movement will, no doubt, meet with the hearty approval of every one in Kentucky, and will bring about a better, cleaner and healthier State. This Is your State and It's up to you to do your part toward making it a cleaner State. p 1 Co., of U. S. A. Last week was a busy week at the county seat. The most importnnt body of men iu the county the Fiscal Court were in smsiou. This curt Is made up of County Judge D. D. Dowell, County Attorney II. C. Murray, Dep. uty County Clerk Ed Dillon, and the following magistrates: First District, Squire Kobbius, who was unable to be present on account of sickness; Second District, J. J. Keeuau; Third District, D. C. Heron; Fourth District, S. D. Cox; Filth District, Abe Heuuett; Sixth District, W. W. Baxter. It was the wiuditig up meeting of the year. Settlement time. Reports of officers, final settlement with the sheriff and reports from all the various funds, sinking, road, bridges, general, pauper, school, etc. These statements were all made by special committees appointed by the court and were reported on the second day. The reports showed quite an array of figures md n lot of work. All the receipts and expenditures were reported item by item and showed how every dollar tame and how expended. MEAT This was all done in open court, a new way, Inaugurated by and Judge D. D. Dowell. For Army The sheriffs settlement showed that he owed the county a balance of $13,- By Swift & 3.14 40 on his final settlement. Sheriff A. T. Beard was present and gave his check for that amount nnd got a clear receipt. Ureckemidge county is more fortun ate than many of the counties In the State, as very few sheriffs, on account of the failure of crops and tight money, have been able to settle in full. This speaks well for thesheriiT as well as the taxpayers. After the settlements were made and the money paid over to the treasurer, Paul Compton, the court adjourned for a trip to Kingswood to see a piece of good road. They were taken in automobiles and were in charge of Judge Dowell and Road Engineer K. M. Basham. Chicago The French order for 1,000, 000 pounds of fat backs secured by Swift & Co. are for army use. Fat backs have been in active demand re cently and bring a premium of if cent over extra short clears, whereas a year ago the fat backs were at l cents discount. Stocks of fat backs here are 167,847 pounds, or more than 1,000,- 000 pounds less than a month ago, during which period the extra short clears were reduced .'102,000 pounds. All other meat supplies showed increases. Early last fall a local packer sold 8,000,000 pounds of fat backs to Germany and received the money when they were loaded at the seaboard. It is understood that part of the or der from England for 8,001) tierces of lard is intended partially for France Germany is the great consumer of laid normally, but since the war began it had to depend upon its uwu supply. Reception Given By the Members of the T S C C Club ... Clay County Clarion. The Clay County Clarion, published by Adams and Little, at Manchester, Ky., is a splendid country weekly of which Fred Adams is editor and manager. The subscription price is only 50 cents a year and, by nil means, should be a $1. The Clarion Is a public organ which will render a great service to the Clay county people and worth, at least, two cents a week. Mr. Adams, a former Cloverport boy, Is well fitted for his work and will certainly succeed. He has the Interest nnd best wishes of nil at The Breckeuridge News office. dress will be by Mr. Allen. Commencement Exercises At Kingswood April 23. KIngswood, April i2 (Special.) commencement of Kings wood College will be held April 23 to McOUADY MILLING THE HILL THAT SAVES COMPANY YOU Work on West Point Dam, West Point, Ky., April 8. The Gov ernment fleet of dredgeboats, derricks and ather apparatus necessary for work upon Lock and Dam No. 43, three miles south of here, passed down this morning, and preparatory work will begin During the winter the next week. river covered the cofferdam, doing great damage. Every house and flat available has beiii taken here by the men who expect to work on the dam. ihe ninth THE CASH MILL MONEY I7 20. Patent Flour, per barrel Goldeu Grain, per barrel Corn Meal, per bushel Mixed Feed, per ton . 40 7 00 00 32.00 Margaret Elizabeth Lawson. Mr. and Mrs Morgan Lawson are receiving congratulations on .the arrival of their third child and second daugh ter, Margaret Elizabeth Lawson. Mrs. James Lawson, her grandmother, was here from Louisville Sunday to see the lovely little girl. Write us about Fertilizer, Lumber and all Kinds of Seeds You get Kwality when you order Flour, Meal or Feed from McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. J. W. HUGHES. Miss Nannie Morton received Thurs day a new line of groceries, house-hol- d To Build New Bridge. sundries and toilet articles. She will appreciate orders and will deliver them A new bridge across the Licking . right at Miss Morton has river at Blue Lick Springs, to replace made quite a success of her work and the present large suspension bridge, bos built up a nice trade. oueof the largest of the kind In this part of the State, probably will be built our by Nicholas county this year. your-door- Miss Morton Gets New Goods. Literary and Musical Friday night. Preaching Saturday morning. Literary and Musical entertainment Saturday night. Preaching three times Sunday. Literary address Monday morning. Preaching Monday afternoon. Commencement exercises Monday night. The county has always given us a large and attentive audience with many friends who attended from a distance. We shall be glad to have our friends, who are accustomed to be ing with us, with many new ones. Our programs have always empha sized the happy combination of liter ary, musical and religious work, so as to please and help both old and young. Several Entertain For the Fiscal Court Officers. David Mattingly Very III at His Home. entertainment Mr. and Sirs. Taylor Heard, assisted by Air, and Sirs. Herbert M. Beard, entertained the members of the Fiscal court and others to a sumptuous dinner Wed nesday. Those present were: Judge D. I). Dowell, County Attorney H C Mur ray, .Magistrates J. J. Keeuau, Abe Heuuett, W. W. Baxter, D C. Heron, S. D. Cox; Deputy Sheriffs W. C. Pate and A. J. Dyer, and John D. Babbage, The court was also entertained by William Hall, and by the present jailer, Abe Meador, at the Commercial Hotel. r, Hardinsburg, April 1!!. (Special.) The members of the T. S. C. C. Club very pleasantly entertained a number of invited g'.'ests on last Tuesday evening at the home of the Misses Brown. The guests were received by Misses Hallie and Francis Lec Brown, and the evening was spent in the enjoyment of odd and original games and music. Late In the evening refreshments, consisting of fancy ices and cake, were served. Those present were: Misses Hallie Brown, Francis Lee Brown, Emma Meador, Virginia Beard, Mary Helen Whitworth, Elmina Lyons, Louise Taylor, Lucile Squires, Keturnh Johnson, Eleta Ziegler, Messrs. Win. Evans, Samuel Evans, Robt. B. Haswell, Fran-el- s Dillon. Win. Prout, Hobart Shell-maPaul Chambllss, Grover Gregory, L. M. Shelter. n, David Mattingly, who has been critically 111 for several weeks, Is no better. Mr. Mattingly is a great sufferer, hit heart being seriously effected.' Mrs. Carl Benton, his sister, of Louisville wat here Sunday to see him. She comes quite often to be at his bedside. Delegates Elected to Missionary Conference Try Job Department The Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church elected Miss Edith Plank, delegate, and Mrs. James Canadian Crop Weather. B. Randall, alternate, to the annual Ruturns to Ottawa from the western Conference at Madlsonvllle, May 11. provinces state that the past winter has beeu a most favorable 0110 for Canadian Parcel Post Laundry crops, Busiuess iu the prairie provHas Nice Trade Here inces has beguu to freshen up as the The Parcel Post Laundry, of Louis new seeding season approaches. The value of graiu grown in Saskatchewan ville, by regular advertising In the Ureckemidge News and excellent work, province last year was $110,000,000. has gradually built up u nice trade along the Henderson Route. With evCorrection. ery bunch of clean laundry they send an addressed label which Is very conIt was F, W. Basham's house that venient for the customer. Tr.e comburned la Hawesville last week, Instead pany has a special lace curtain depart ment. of D. II. Basham's. FROM REMOTEST "Oh, let us fill our hearts up with The glory of the day, And banish every doubt and care And worry far away! For the world Is full o( roses and tne PARTSOF WORLD Famous Medicine, Tanlac, Draws Distant Ingredients From Points. Louisville, April 13. L. T Cooper, the man who electrified the larger cities with 'his philanthropy, health theories and medicine, Is now meeting hundreds dally In Louisville and ex plaining the nature of thin celebrated preparation, Tanlac. To a group of friends at The Seel- bach, where ha is stopping, Mr. Cooper stated that the medicinal elements or properties, which go to make up his medicine, Tanlac, came from many re mote sections of the globe. The Alps, Apenines, Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Jamaica, Brlzll, West Indies, Moun tain States near the Rocky Mountains, Asia Minor, Persia, India, Russia, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Columbia and Peru were among the points he mentioned as furnishing the ingredients for the premier prepara tion. laboratory, the In his principal roots, barks and flowers or the medl cine in its rough, is assembled under the personal direction of a German chemist of note and skillfully made to obtain the high state of efficiency that is shown by e uniform preparation, t.-.- Roses full of dew, And the dew Is full of heavenly love That drips for me and you." Wanted To do tewing. MR. FARMER.! Don't just order a buggy because it is a buggy, a corn planter, thinking it will do the work, or C fertilizer, hoping that it will produce good results. Don't risk your money in a strangers scheme, but place your order with your resident dealer. He is always in your midst, giving you value received for your money. Put Your Money in the Established Lines Backed by a Reputable Firm Mrs. Her- bert Hall. Mrs. Nora Hoard, of Irvlngton, has been the guest of her slster-lu-la- Mrs. C. L. Heard. Howard Hook has returned from Lexington where he has been taking a mechanical course In the State Univer- sity. Mrs. J. M. Skillman and son, John Edwards, spent last week In Louisville with her aunt, Mrs. E. B. Sutton. Attorney Claud Mercer attended court in Hawesvllle last week. In "Parry Buggies" are the latest thing known to makers of moderate priced vehicles. We have a large and line of very fancy jobs, something we have never had b'efore and you cannot afford to place your order without seeing these. The prices are right. up-to-d- ate W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was town last Wednesday talking In surance. Messrs. U. H. and V. W. Smith, of Garfield, were 'In town Saturday and went on out to the He nil rick sale. Supt. J. W. Trent and Mrs. Trent are at home from Custer where they have been the guests of relatives and friends for several days. Sam Munari h is at home from Lexington where he graduated in the law department. It is reported that Mr. Monarch will enter Attorney Claud Mercer's uflice. Judge Matthias Miller has gone to Hancock county for a ten days visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. Ann Hook has returned from Stephensport where she has been the guest of relatives. John Hutler, of Harned, has commenced on the Baptist parsonage It is to be completed by the first of June. Mrs. H. It. Moorman and baby, of Harned, were guests of Mrs. Lou Smith last Tuesday. Harold Smith and sister, Miss Annie ii Tanlac In sterilized bottles, made expressly for the purpose, Tanlac Is placed, la beled, Inspected and then shipped out over the world where the demand re quires. Mr. Cooper, having made an exten sivc study of catarrhal affections, was asked to express himself upon that subject. He said: "Most of the stomach. liver and kidney troubles are due al most entirely to a catarrhal infiamma' tton of those organs. The constant coughing up of mucus, dull, throbbing headaches, pains in the pit of stomach and the persistent susceptibility to coughs and colds, are common symp toms from which so many suffer. "Tanlac, the preparation I am In troducing to rombat this condition, preserves your health, gives you re newed energy, brightens your spirits, lengthens your life and Is an unmis takable, unfailing comfort to the thousands who suffer from catarrh and its distressing consequences." Tanlac can now be bought In Clover port, at Wedding's drug store, and in Irvlngton, at Irvlngton Pharmacy, ex elusive agents. Mildred Smith, spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith, at Hensley. The Junior Missionary of the M. K, church held services Sunday evening at the church. They were greeted by a lull house, and the services were en joyed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Evans returntd from Louisville Saturday. The Red and Blue contest closed at the M. E. church Sunday School .Sunday morning. The Reds won by over a thousand. Each side did a great deal to bring people into the school. Mr. and Mrs-- Miller Dellaven spent Sunday in the country with M'r. and . THE CASE 2-Row Planter is simple and easy to handle and will certainly do the work right. You cannot afford to be without one of these planters. Think of the rapidity and regularity with which you can plant your corn with this planter. Just note the special features of this planter. GET OUR PRICES i PtCl mi if l i rc r wift's fer tilizer Ihvrlft Manufactured !y & Company SWIFT'S FERTILIZERS have proven their merits everywhere they are used, and that is throughout the entire country. Men tell us that they lost a crop last season by not using the Swifts FERTILIZER. You profit by the other fellows experiences and don't let this be your fate this year. Swift's is the old reliable line and is just as safe as a National Bank and you beware of the little jump-u- p concerns that tell you they can sell you ferti lizer just as good as Swift's for less money, for if they do they will sacrifice quality to make the price. Swift's brands are made up for special crops the has the grain producing elements and the tobacco grower has the plant foods. corn-grower Blood & :Bone U.S.A. rHt-2- ) Buy 250 pounds of Swift's Fertilizer from us and use it in as muc as 1 acre of your corn and get in our Corn Growing Contest. The best 10 ears of corn wins $15.00 in Gold. m a When I Buvinff I Baking 1 B IB. F. BEARD & CO., year old mare last ween, us ueam was caused by "blind staggers." Mr. and Mrs Geo. Milburn went to Hcnsley Monday to attend Mrs. Eli Johnson's funeral. Ilev, Deacon filled his regular ap pointment at Custer Sunday. We are glad to hear that his wife, who has been confined to her bed all winter, is able to sit up now. night in honor of their daughter, Miss Georgia. She returned to Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oelze are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son, April 5 Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. tn. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Stephenson, of Newcastle, Ind., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Beavin, Ben Lou Ball, wife and son, Malcolm, of near Hardinsburg, visited her father, Sam Walker, Sunday. Lewis Beavin and Arthur Denham are suffering with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elder and children visited Chas. May and wife, of Clover-po- rt, Sunday. Mrs. John Miller, of Tell City, is Mrs. Allen Waggoner. vis-Itln- Hardinsburg, Ky. Powder is B lnki:l I throughout; puffs 5 it up to airy light- - V ness, makes it dc- li;litfidl)' appetizing g and wholesome. Remember Calumet f) is moderate In priee, highest in quality. grocer for fAsk your Don't take a a Mil.stitute. I jj It leavens the I (food evenly. better." powder that makes "the For this the a I ? Received Highest Awards 1912. 5 WoiIJ'i Par. Food Ei..iiti.a. ICkictco, Muwii. Piris Eipoitiat I OTMADEBYTHETRUSL For a small beginning the sale and use of this remedy has extended to all Master Charles Noble Skillman spent parts of the United States and to last week with his grandparents, Mr. many foreign countries. When you have need of such a medicine give and Mrs. A. N. Skillman. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial and you will understand why it has beScratching Hens. come so popular for coughs, colds and The scratching hen Is the laying croup. Obtainable everywhere. hen. In the Spring they dig early and late and they lay. In the winter they Attends Funeral. They become sit around moping. T, B. Henderson, of Webster, attend bilious and lazy because they get no exercise and once bilious they seldom ed the funeral services of Mrs. Perrin at the Parkland Presby recover until Spring. And they are an terian church In Louisville last week. easy prey to cholera andotherdlseases. place at Cave Hill. U. A. Thomas Poultry Powders starts The burial took Mrs. Perrin was n historian and wrote the Liver. Feed it twice a week until Kentucky. they begin to sing and scratch, then a reliable history of occasionally. We sell It and guarantee It. For sale at Wedding's Drug HITLS RUN. Store, Cloverport, Ky. Saturday. la Mrs. J. II. Miller. Lindsay McGary has purchased M. J. Thomas' barber fixtures and has taken possession. He is located in the Farmers Hank building. C. E. Haswell spent Saturday and Sunday with his family. ,, John D. Shaw, cashier of the Farmers Hank, met with a committee in Louisville last week to fix the date and place of the Fourth Congressional District Rankers' Convention. It will meet in May at Springfield. John Monarch, of Kirk, was in town Beautiful Dress Goods for Spring and Summer Silks of Every Hue Exclusive Novelties in Black and all colors. Palm Beach, Arizona Silver, Oregon Green, Rocky Mountain Blue. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Cotton and Linen Novelties Clinging Voiles and Stiff Organdies, embroidered and beaded designs. g Mrs. Ray Pate and Miss Alberta Elder visited relatives in Hardinsburg Thursday. New Colors and Weaves in Woolen Fabrics. Checked and Striped effects. I. Samples on request. Dyspepsia is America's curse. To restore digestion, normal woight, good health and purify the blood, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug stores. Price, $100. Potatoes Used in Place of Wheat B. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. TRIANGLE NEWS. SBES't cba't utv jh clui t Vftu Ulimt ywit. UnI k. iuU BarOlutl. Il'i wMwmm MiiMaIcr-w- n crt Bilk u4 no. Ctlaswl i tu imptiit U T mrLt The farmers have finished breaking corn ground in this neighborhood, but have planted no corn up to date. Uncle Tank Carman is seriously 111 and no hope of recovery. Miss Lillian McCoy, or Dent's Bridge, attended the funeral of Miss Lottie w r' kl mk Stearman. VV. P. Itomlne lost a nice, three "Ilecause of the scarcity of wheat the Herbert Walker und family, of Clo- Austrian authorities are requiring bakers ver, Creek, visited her parents, Mr. and to use potatoes as an ingredient in bread. Mrs. N. J. Miller, Saturday. Hut even potatoes are scarce, and thirty J, C. Elder and children attended bakeries have closed in one city." church at Clovtrport Sunday. Miss Maud Jennings is In Evansvllle To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System where she has u position. Eugene Smart spent Friday In Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know Stephensport the guest of Clias. Wag- what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it Is goner. Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. Mr. and Mrs W. J. Miller enter- The Quinine drive out malaria, the a few of their friends Saturday I Iron builds up the system. 50 cents tained :xxxxxxxxxx: DTL. W. B. TAYLOl ...PERMANENT... DENTIST BfflCI HftTi: 1 Ja.m.'joli. m. p, m. to p. & Always iln oBce during oSce hours GARFIELD WIDE THAT TIREDJEELING BIG SPRING. II. D. MtCans, ul Kllzabethtown, was AWAKE THIS SPRING Do You Continually Feel Slug- here last week. Mrs. C. II. Witt will return home gish, Disinterested? this week Ircini Jeffersontown where Ova Gray's Clearance Sale Big she her father. If you do, It Is probably caiMcd by Mrs. Duncan is confiutd to htr bed Cele- your Success Friends to liver. When the liver falls to again brate Aunt Betsy Compton's perform its functions properly, Rev. Shipp will preach at the Hup d Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? Ninety-Thir- d Birthday. TIMES ALWAYS. wlile-nwnk- c GOOD this Garfield is certainly Mrs. 12. A. Strother and duughter, spring. The farmers are busy nml the Mim Zelma, returned home Thursday e to their op. merchants arc from Owensboro whore they had been portunitlcs. The women are constantly xince the 21). h of December with Dr, and social occupied in making the home and Mrs. V. 11. Strother. They were life of the town a pleasure to all. The guests uf C. D. Haruaway eu route ministers are diligent, and taking in evhome. is alive ery circle of activity, the town Mrs. John Witt (nee Maggie Scott) with good business nnd good times. It was here Friday en route home from go to Garfield and to is a pleasure to Stub's Valley, where ahe had been The read the news letters every week. spending several days with her mother, following items by Mrs. Gregory, who is Mrs. Loddie Scott. verify this so interested in her work, Sunday, the -- 5th, is everybody go to note, The following paragraphs will he Sunday School day. We would be glhd with interest. The Editor. read the interest of the Illues in the Sunday to see our little clas that Mrs. C. C. school contest there. Martin has held together this winter Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Adams and little enlarged. So we give jou a hearty in Mr. Henry Davis and little daughter, Ruth Henry Davis, of Irvington, were daughter, Mildred, wcreweek end guests vitation to come. Come let us enroll visiting relatives here part of last week. of Mr. and Mrs. Lonuic Poole. your name. We need ou; you need Farmers report their tobacco plants as us, and we can help one auother. Mr. John Thomhill, who lives near Gertnantown, lost his house and con- being dead, or having failed to come up bhelby Best was thrown from his Quite a number have burned other beds horse last week un.l was unconscious tents by fire April 5. No insurance. and sown them, but since the rain Satur for some time. Mrs Hugh Hardaway and little daughof Mrs. day they are feeling more hopeful about ter, of Guston, were guests Horse Sense. Hardaway's aunt, Mrs. Hen Macypart of plants. Mrs. Alvah licauchamp left Monday last week. A horse that refrains from eating Is for Fordsvil:c to enter Prof. Driskell's using the hcrse sense method of curToe Clark has been here this week de ing Itself of some Intestinal trouble. livering fruit trees for the Paynesville Normal. Miss Lottie Macy is teaching a spring Nature sometimes fails, so tako no Nursery. Ilouuiville, Ky. chances but go to the aid of nature as Mr. Vester Oliver, of Constantine, was school at The women of the Baptist Woman's soon as you see something wrcng with Saturday on business. here Missionary Society met with Mrs Virgil your horse and give It a dose or two of Mrs. Mary Nichols, who has been sick Smith. A few of them had pledged to I! A. Thomas Stock Ilemedy. If It for some time, is improving. give their Sunday eggs for the month of does not respond at once, this mediMr. and Mrs William Stinnett enter March, and when the money was turned cine ccsls you nothing and its just as persons to an Uaster tained thirty-threin, they found they had over five dollars sure with cows or sheep. Wn give you dinner., They were expecting some your money back. lor sale at ed of egg money. company for the day, and by the time Cloverport, Ky. Mr. "Duck" Pile, of Duncan's Valley, ding's Drug Store, ot jliiiiier was announced thirtv-tlire- e see his brother-in- their neighbors and friends had gathered was here Sunday to who is very Can There Ever Be in to spend the day, coining from Roff, law, Mr. "Tank" Carman, Too Many Apples? low. I.ocust Rosetta, Woodrow, Garfield, of the near neighbors, Hill and some Notice! They report a bountiful dinner and a In the current issue of Farm and Fire very pleasant day. side a contributor, writing about the apTo the Public: I will not be respon ple market, says in part: The relatives and friends of Aunt "F.ver since I was h boy I have heard invited to meet at siblo for any indebtedness incurred by Betsy Compton are her home Thursday, April I5, to cele Delia Elliott, from and after this date, this overproduction talk, yet I cannot W. J. Elliott. birthday. Let March 30th, I9I5. recall a single instance wltere any great brate her ninety-thirca'nmity has resulted from too much of every one bring a basket of dinner. any one staple, especially if it is good to success in every Ova Gray's sale was a H RNED. eat. way. Large crowds being in attendance "During my boyhood days back in of the four days. each Mrs. L. L. Meador, of Lewisburg, Ky., Kansas I made a solemn vow that when Miss Ida Dowell is visiting her sister, I bicame a man I was going to raise all Mrs. Wallace Hrown, of near Woodrow. is visiting her sister, Mrs J. O. Baker, the fruit I could eat and have n surplus Mr. M. L. Conkwright, of Kingswood, Dr. R. W. Meadow was here Tuesday for those who do not ordinarily get it. is very ill. en route to It seems like the older I get the more j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bullock were the G. P. Macy was in Louisville Friday fruit I want. I believe it true with most guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bruington on business. of us. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. M. Z. Crews has returned, after "What if we do raise 125,000 carloads Mr. and Mrs. Henry Board, of Custer, a few days visit to relatives at McQuady, of apples in 1919? Counting 500 boxes Mrs. Minnie McCoy and Mrs. Laura per car, that gives us 624 million. This attended the sale here Saturday. Macy were in Hardinsburg Thursday is a whole lot less than a box apiece, Mr. J D. Babbage, of Cloverport, was not counting what will be shipped shopping. here Saturday. of Louisville, is abroad. Mrs Ollie Deacan, Mr. nnd Mrs Richard I'enick went to visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II "The poor are obliged to do without Hodgenville Friday for a visit to their Glasscock. fruit most of the year, and that isn't son, Rev. Oda Penick and family. right. Mrs. Florence Galloway, of Roff, was "I expect to raise better fruit thin the Mr. Tank Carman is very low and not here Friday to meet her son, who has other fellow, and I believe that a few days. expected to live but been in Bowling Green taking a business apples will always Mr. W. T. Gregory took a wagon load course. sell. There may be lots of them, but Edgar Crews came up Saturday to see we shall learn how to distribute them." of people to Hardinsburg Sunday in his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M L. Crews, Miss Neva Miluer has returned home, Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's after an extended visit to relatives near CLOVERPORT MAN'S The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Mook. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Mrs G. W. Basham is visiting her General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propcrtiesof QUININE LUCKY FIND sou, Mr. Juo. Aldrldge, of Mook. and IRON. It acts 011 the Liver, Drives Miss Mage Pile out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Mrs Rosa Watts and have returned home, after a visit to Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Will Interest Readers of the friends and relatives in Owensboro Miss Nancy Board was the guest of her News. SHERIFF'S SALE! niece, Miss Bessie B. Weatherford Sun Those having the misfortune to suf- day. fer from backache, urinary disorders, Jesse Thornhill lost his house andean llv virtue of a Execution No 740 di gravel, dropsical swellings, rheumatic tents Monday by fire. No insurance. rected to me, which issued from the pains, or other kidney and bladder dis Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Baker are receiv Clerk's Office of Breckenridge Circuit orders, will read with gratification iug congratulations on the arrival of a Court in favor of J. J. Brooks, against Dr F. L. Lightfoot, I, or one 01 my this encouraging statement by a fine boy Owen Baker Thursday, deputies, will, on Friday, the 23rd dty ol . Cloverport man. Mr. J. D. Babbage was here Monday April, 1SI0, oetween me nours 01 12 J. C, Weatherbolt, grocer, Clover o'clock, a. m., and 5 o'clock, p. m , ut on business. port, Ky., sayi: "Two years ago I the farm of Dr. F. L. Liuhtfoot, expose Mr. Henry Davis, of Irvington, was to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the had lttle Idea that I would ever be following described property, or so much well again. I had settled up my af here Friday and Saturday. thereof as may be necessary to satisfy fairs, believing that it would be im Mr. Witzel and family, of Pittsburg, plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, possible for me to last a great while Pa., have moved on their farm near Debt, interest nnd cost, f 233. 89, I will offer for sale fourteen head of hogs and longer. The pain In my back was Kingswood. one milch cow. This will be sold 011 the terrible, especially when I stooped. It Mr. and Mrs. John Falls, of near farm near the old toll gate at Cloversomeone had run a knife Hardinsburg, visited Mr, and Mrs. J. U port, Ky. , levied upoti as the property of seemed as If Dr. F. L. Lightfoot. into me. My heart action was irregu- Baker Saturday and Sunday. Terms: Sate will be made oil a credit lar. I became dizzy and often had to of mouths, bond with approved securi catch hold of something to keep from No Cure tv reuuired. bearing interest at the rate falling. My knee joints were swollen Told That There Was of 6 per cent per annum from day of for Him. sale, and having the torce ami eltect ot to twice their normal size and I had Judgment. A. 1. IlivAKl', b. 11. u. lost weight until I was a mere skelBy W. C. PATH, D. S. "After suffering ior over twenty eton. The kidney secretions contained passages were pain- years with indigestion and having sediment and the here tell me Doctor's medicine did me no some of the best doctors ful. SHERIFF'S SALE! kidney there was no cure for me, I think it neither did the good, by only right to tell you for the sake of cures. A friend had, been cured other sufferers as well as your own Dnan's Kidney I'llis ana 1 aeciuea 10 By virtue of a Execution No. 743, diprocured my sup- satisfaction that a 25 cent bottle of rected to me, which issued from the give them a trial, not only re- Clerk V Office of Breckenridge Circuit I was Chamberlain's Tablets ply at Fisher's Drug Store. me but cured me within two Court in favor of Mrs. Jennie Newsouie, and delighted with the re lieved surprised months although I am a man of ('5 against Dr. F. L Lightfoot, I, or otie of suits of their use, I was soon cured. " years," writes Jul. Qroblen, Houston, my deputies, will, on Friday, Ihe 23rd day ol Af rll, 1915, between the hours of 12 Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't Texas. Obtainable everywhere. o'clock, a. m , and 3 o'clock, p. in,, at k for a kidney remedy get simply the farm of Mrs. Dr. F. L. Lightfoot, exDean's Kidney Pills the same that pose to Public Sale to the highest bidFotter-Mllbur- n Mr.Weatherholthad. der, tlte following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to Co., Prop., Duffslo, N. Y. wide-awake d d to-w- the system becomes clogged with poiionous matter, that weighs you down mentally and physically. The liver gets out of order very easily, nnd if neglected, chronic trouble usually results. Don't delay if you feol badly. You knowingly lay yourself open to life long pain, when you allow yourself to continue in a run down condition. Cure yourself quickly nnd harmlessly with the natural vegetable remedy, It has all the effectiveness, but not the effect, of calomel. bears the Genuine likeness and signature of U. K. Grigs by, and Is guaranteed to give satisfaction or monry refunded. Insist on It. For sale by Kincheloe's Pharmacy. AT THE OLD RELIABLE list church the 17th and 18tll, Miss ltutlcr has organized class. Rev. Duncan moQs 11 music str- - delivered two fine auuday. Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest nnd 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 011 the farm of Mrs F. L. Light-foot'near George Jolly's, levied upon as the property of Dr. F. L, I.ightfoot Terms: Safe will be made on a credit of 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rale o'f 6 per cent per milium from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a A. T. BICARI). S It. C. Judgment By W. C. PATH, I). S t: Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 SHERIFF'S SALE! (venditioni Exponas) llu nf a .Tiidcrineni. Na. HI)!) di Solicits piitromifio of Cloverport Business Men nml Shoppers rected to me, which issued from the Clerk's Olllco of the Breckenridge Circuit Court in favor of J. B. Bates it Sous again: F. M Harden. I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the ztilh day 01 April, lain, neiween me Hours ot - o cluck, a. in., ana o ciock, p m , at the Court (louso door In Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, Interest and costs, ($;0 3D) Seventy dollars nnd thirty nine cents Executed by levying on a certain tract of land, lying and helm? In llreckenriduo County, and bounded as follows: at a stoue on the side of the Howling Green road; thence N. B',j E. (il poles to a stone; thence N. --'3 44 poles to a black oak; thence N. 4'J E. .r2 poles to a black oak tree; 36). E. ."') poles to a stone: thence N. 7 75 poles to a stone; thence in. 15 w W. 44 poles to a chestnut; thence S. V. IVi N Sil poles to a stone; nnlcs la :i stone: thence N 611 W. M W poles to a white oak; thence S 'M poles to a hickory at the church yard and road; thence with said road south to the Buffalo hill at the begin nine, containing One Hundred acres, anil levied upon as the property of I' t: tru-nc6-- llarainshurcr. Kv.. I'Xnoso to 1'tlbllC CI CO IP When you want all your buililitiRs . .. .. f v.aierprooicut to stay cover tliem with tins genuine asphalt roofing, applied with the Kant-lea- k KIcet. Genasco. Rives real resistance to rain, snow, sun, wind, Kleet waterproofs seams heat, cold and fire; and the Kant-lea- k without cement. Take the sure step in roof economy , and order Genasco now. Irvington Hardware & Implement Co. Irvington, Ky. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of 6 months, bond with approved security required, beanug interest at thfi rata of 6 hit cent lu'r annum from day cf sale, and having the forco and effect 01 a Judgment. A. T. BEAKD. S. B C. By W. G. PATE, D. S. M. Burden. SHERIFF'S SALE! (venditioni Exponas) By virture of a Judgment No 723 di rected to me, which Issued from the Clerk's Olllce of the Breckenridge Circuit Court In favor of the bank of Cloverport against V. L. Lightfoot and W II. uiuson, l, or one 01 my deputies, will, on Monday, Ihe 26th day of April, 1915, between the hours of 12 o'clock, a m.. and - o'clock, p m., at the Court House door in Hardinsburg Ky., to Public Sale to the highest bid der, the described property, or so much thereof as may lie necessary To-wi- t: EGGS FOR HATCHING From g, Single Comb Black Mlnorcas to satisfy plalntllf'sdebt, interest and Two Hundred Dollars costs, to wit: and fifty cents (30.5) ) A certain parcel ot ground, lying and being In the City of Cloverport, Ky . and is the west half of lot No. 2g. with a frontage of 50 feeu on Fourth street nnd rur.ulng back by paralleled lines 17," feet to an alley and is a partuf the e, same property deeded to It L. by J H. Dellaven, Commissioner, on the 23rd day of October, 1872, and recoided In Commissioner's Deed Book No 28. pace .108 in Hreckanrldeo County Clerk's Office, and levied upon as the property of nr. p . i kigiiuoot. Terms: bale will be made ou a credit of (I months, bond with approved security required, bearing Interest at the rale ot 0 per cent per annum trom day of sale, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. New-som- Eggs For Utility Purposes $1.50 per Sitting This matinc lms the first prize pullet tit lurdi nsbui r Show, lirst prize pullet at Kentucky StuteShow, Lexington. The, oirsprinj: from this nmtinjr will produce somo excellent birds. Eggs From Birds $3.50 per Sitting This mutiny includes best pen, best cock, best hen, nny ti:c or breed in lliirdinslmrfr Show, l.- cock, '2nd anil IJrd prize hen tit Kentucky StuteShow, Lexington. This uniting will produce in any show room. All lire standard woigliuind nil of i he large, inngy, and tine Jltnomi type, have excellent color, and will produce largo, white eirgs, and many of them. Satisfr.c ion Guaranteed. 1 Prize-Winning -i prize-winne- PHIL McGARY, Hardinsburg, Ky. tjjreVVsEMlWIW A. T. BEARD. S. B. C. By W. C. PATE, D. C. ONE MILLION PEOPLE IN THE SHERIFF'S SALE! By virtue of a Execution No. 747 di- f t.!l. recieti lu uic, which imiicu uuiii 111c Clerk's Office of Breckenridge Circuit Court in favor of Myrtie Smith, against Dr. F. L Lightfoot, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Friday, the 23rd diy of 1916, between the hours of 12 April, o'clock a. m , aim 2 o ciock p. m., hi uie farm ol Mrs i)r. if. 1.. l.ignuoors, ex pose to Public Sale to the highest bid iler, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintilt's debt, interest ami costs, to wit: Debt, interest and cost, 254 61. I will offer for sale about four hundred bushels of com. now in crib at said farm near George Jolly's, levied upon as the property of Dr. F. L. Lightfoot. Terms: Sale will be made on u credit ol 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale, ami Having tile torce ami euect 01 u Judgment, A. T. BEARD. S. B C. By W. C. PATE, D S -- SUNDAY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY .1 1 1 APRIL 25. 1915 Tnero is a Sunday School near you. It is the host place in the World to spend un hour. But don't take our word for it. Try it yourself. t I Kentucky Sunday School Association 11 CORN AND HAY! either corn or hay in large or small lots write or phone us-- we will save If you need you money. Try a Want Ad. Today Met Aftaet Tt TIN QuwIm That Hut tonic tad laxstlrc effect, LAXA-T1VBciue ol its OUININK U txtUr thin ordlnsrr BROMO Quinine and docs pot cause nervousness nor riaciM fat beta- - BsumWr the fuH naatt and leoklSr Um tffsafure ol X. W. OKOVK. ate. m J. B. TAYLOR & SONS, THE BRECKENRIDGE l NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher too considerate to mingle with their friends and provents them from contracting it. Epidemics aro hazardous to small towns and only by rigid consideration for others will they bo avoided. Va ft KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL MEETING. The Kentucky Edu:ational meeting will bo held in Louisvillo at CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915 the armory next week. Three thousand city school children will take part in the program and a magnificent display of school work will be exhibited by all the graded schools and High Schools in the State. Teachers, trustees and parents are very enthusiastic over tho meeting next week and a record breaking attendance is expected. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional The schools in Breckenridge county will bo well represented as insertion. the teachers always attend. The Henderson Route is giving remark, CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of nbly'low rates to Louisvillo for the occasion and tho railroad fare 10 cents per line. will be the least of tho expenses. The meeting will certainly bo OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money worth tho cost and should bo attended by all who aro interested in schools. in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please "Really I am ashamed that I have complained of my lot, after notify us. seeing tho want of tho unemployed," writes a woman from tho city who assisted in serving a brcid line. Very noticeably the loudest THE DIXIE HIGHWAY. cry of hard times comes from those who nre not in close circumj Gov. McCreary has appointed Claude R. Mercer, of Brecken- stances and indeed havo plenty to cat, a comfortable honic,and health ridge county, and Harry B. Hanger, of Richmond, as directors of to enjoy both. As a rule those who suffer most havo too much prido the Dixie Highway Association. At the conference held at Chatta- to let the world know it. Isn't it wrong to complain when one is not nooga April !5 the matter of selecting the route for this epochal road- really suffering? We owe it to those on whom wo nre dependent not Make every effort to way was left to a commission of fourteen men, two from each of the to bo constantly remarking at small portions. seven States who sponsored the Dixie Highway. The Governors of have the best, keep up ambition and pride, talking hard times isdeath Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida, to interest in life. Better talk about what you hope to have, than Thousands of dol- what you haven't or never will have. Hope keeps the world bright were authorized to make their selections at once. lars will be spent by each State and many personal pledges have been and beautiful, and, if you can, try to contribute a large share. made by private citizens for this highway from Chicago to Miami, Fla. We use to envy merchants because they had goods to advertise Several routes through Kentucky arc being advocated by thoc who s our business. If you do not believe we section, the State Capital, the and through it want to include the are enthusiastic over our print-shoour newspaper work and the opLincoln and .Jackson way, and the Mammoth Cave. An cHort to the highway so it will run throuirh Cincinnati and Lexington is portunities that are right at our door, read our ad. You will, at being made. Both Mr.IIpnger and Mr.Mercer informed the Governor least, be convinced that wo study and know our trade. they were entirely disintcreste I as between Louisville and CincinSome of the candidates don't look a day older from their pictures. As nati an the entry way for the Dixie Highway into Kentucky. a Breckenridge county man will take an active pirt in the selection nett, of Custer, were in Irvington Satof the route, we will all be greatly interested in the Dixie High-wa- '. urday, It being the first time the small The progress of completing the road will be watched with an boy hau visited this place. Mr. Benenthusiasm that will benclit the good roads movement in our own count v nett shipped n fine Jersey calf to his Thousands Farmers son, Ernest B. Bennett, of Lamont, and in other counties that are now awake to the need of good roads. By the saucd rivory Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. P&tyD-v- T?csr TO LUCK Trtr mam Dors or r , rpurs BANK $ Blue-gras- The GAREFUL man the man who takes no long chances is the one who will win out over the man who goes blindly into things and trusts to "luck." Nothing can stop the success of a man who keeps sober, works hard and regularly BANKS a part of his income from his labor or his business. Is it not better to have your balance GROWING than to trust to DANGEROUS "luck"? Total Resources including- - Trust Investments $600,000. over-looke- d de-lic- Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG S TRUST CO. i 1 CABBAOANTS Hardinsburg, Ky. Sheep and Lambs Receipts were 566, as against 820 last .Monday mere was a good demand for choice stock and the market ruled about steady with last week. Choice lambs 8qc; medium MEMORIAL. and common kinds slow The best fat sheep 67c; medium and common kinds Miss Lottie Stearman bade her loved j uncnaged. There were quite a good THE YOUNG LAWYER. ones and friends cood bye, and crossed many spring lambs here today and the Moorman Ditto passed a creditable examination and was admit- over the River to Eternal rest April 2, market ruled slow, but about steady, on ted to the bar last week. Like Lincoln, Mr. Ditto never went to a 1915. She was 24 years and 27 days that kind. April 12 university of law, but he reao law while teaching school and made an old, but it seems her work had just Her many friends and relatives, Louisville Grain average of ninety per cent in his examination at Hawesville. Of the who visited her daily, say they have large Ditto fumily with a plurality of men, Moorman Ditto is the never seen such perfect child-lik- e Louisville, Ky , April 12 Price of first lawyer of the Ditto name. His father was one of nine brothers, trust from any one. Truly it was wheat here is for car lots and is based on great to stand by her side and see her prices prevailing in other nearby marknearly all of whom were farmers. With the gift of common-sensThe price as she lookand a large understanding of human nature which is the heritage of and watch her happy face, only saw in ets. cents less in less than car lots is 2 to 3 She ed away from earth. It is said the tomb a thoroughfare that closed The prices of corn, oats and rye are Mr. Ditto, ho has splendid promises for a useful future. of Judge Reuben Miller, by the Bowling Green Messenger, that ho on the twilight here and opened on selling prices made by local dealers. Wheat No. 2 red, new, $1.45; No 3, started out with no particular prospects. When ho was a young law- the Eternal dawn, whose brightness yer at Hawesville, ho was appointed to u lucretativo political office, she could almost make us see, it was f 1 42 uarn rsew but resigned because ho had to investigate into and report on the frail-tic- s so bright to her. Her sullenng was No. 2 mixed no, 2 wlute so'Sc; new long and, at times, severe, but her No 3 white 79c; of his fellowmcn. While Judge Miller lies at death's door and patience and endurance marvelous. No. 3 mixed 780; 73Jc. his life is almost finished, his inlluencc will ever be felt. Not a rich After a hard paroxish would pass she Oats No. 2 white, 6oc; No. 2 mix man in the eyes of the world, but ho leaves to the young lawyer, like would look up to us and smiling would 1. 59'c. Rye Northwestern, $1.22. Moorman Ditto, an assurance, that in law tho greatest reward awaits say, "This Is not hard; Jesus knows and helps me, and he will take me him. when he is ready." She seldom let Owensboro Produce any one go away without speaking a BRIGHTEN UP THE CORNER. Poultry Reported by Miller Bros. & word for Jesus and begging them to all over tho seek Him, and her works will surely Co. Kggs, 14c per cloz ; hens, i2c People are cleaning up their gardens and back-yard- s, clnckens, small, nc; young roosters, United States whore there is warm spring sunshine. At a certain follow her. She leaves a father and mother, Mr. large, 6c; old roosters, 6c; turkeys, houso in Clovcrport there is not a tin can to be seen, notwithstand and Mrs. John Stearman; one brother, large, 12c; ducks, full feathered and fat, ing, a creek bank is right at tho back door, A creek bank or river James I. Stearman, and a host of rela loc; geese, full feathered and fat, 6c; bank usually catches all, but every scrap of house-hol- d rubbish at tives and friends that will miss Lottie, packing butter, 15c. this place was collected in a barrel and sent on its way rejoicing for but we should not mourn when a tired a sail down tho Ohio river. This barrel method is a convenient way spirit returns to the God that gave It Illness In the Arnold No one had lived as spotless a life as to get rid of all that is useless. Along with the cleaning up cam Family on the Hill Lottie. She joined the Methodist is better church paign comes the painting. A littlo paint here and there at Custer when she was only than hoarded gold. It brightens homes and business houses and be nine years old she never wandered Three children of Mr. and Mrs. W. speaks of prosperity and industry. Extravagance is not necessary to from the sweet simple faith of her L. Arnold are ill at their home in Rim have cleanliness and attractiveness, but with some effort, every house youth. Mrs. W. P. Rotntne, Triangle Heights Conley Arnold, their oldest son, is recovering from scarlet fever. keeper and business man can manago to get a fow bars of soap and a n. e CHURCH ADVERTISING. Protestants and Roman Catholics, of Ncwburgh, Xcw York, had a joint church going campaign in which they got 18,000 of 28,000 inhabitants to attend church regularity. These unusual partners spent $000 in advertisements and the newspapers also gave large space to the campaign. The Outlook says that the church conditions at that place arc prosperous and helpful with better business methods, more money, and more Bible elascs. First, from our own point benefit, we have always advocated paid church advertisements, and second, because we know it benefits the church. Third, for the reason that it is humiliating for the ministers to ask for free advertising every week. At Frankfort, in our own State Capital, the Presbytead. rian church carries a ten inch If the churches in Breckenridge county would spend, at least, fifty cents a week in advertising, they surely would see results. In the first place, they would have to have something to advertise special music and special sermons, which all means work and thought. Work and advertising will bring results to any good organization. Since writing the above paragraphs an advertisement, paid for at our regular rates, has been received from the Methodist Sunday school at Hardinsburg and appears in this issue. of-vie- Texas. Mr. thinks lot of Near Garfield Find Cabbage sons who are Bennett pleasurea to him.his a great Raising a Paying Industry. r cabbage patch of 600 plants is what I. V. Marr, an enterprising farmer living near Garfield, reported to the Breckenridge News Saturday. They are all doing fine and growing fast. Mr. Marr says four ye.irs ago he started a cab-b.ipatch of 21 plants, the frost proof kind, and the first that were ever set out in his neighborhood. They proved a success, and since that time his patch has not only grown larger but his neighbors have increased their patches, till now it is quite a paying industry in that section. He says this year more than 10,000 plants were received and set out in that section. He sold his crop last year at 4 cents a pound and could not supply the demand. He says raising cabbage pays better than raising tobacco. ge Help the Sheriffs The sheriff and his deputies made their settlement with the county last week and had to borrow money to make it. They are now making their last and final call to all those who are behind witli their taxes, They do not wish to make it hard on those who owe them, but in order to meet their paper and save themselves, they will be compelled so it you naven't paid vour to collect taxes make an effort to do so and save cost. it juanon weatnernoitjM mm w7 j 4 ' 4 General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. n THE PLACE OF Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction IN double-colum- n Sheep and Lambs In Louisville Market Building Material, Building" Hardware, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe i and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. 2vi3i tv-n i erren r Notice All persons claims against the estate of B. F. Beard, deceased, will please present the same to the Metal Roofing) Roll Cap with Caps and Cleats, Pressed Stunding Seam, 2 V Crimp with Strips, 3 V Crimp with Sticks, 5 V Crimp without Sticks, 2J inch Corrugated, Metal Shingles. Any of the above in either Painted or Galvanized. Write us a Postal Card for Delivered Prices on any style you may need. We pay the Freight and Guarantee our Roofing to be satisfactory, or money refunded. undersigned ex ecutor of his estate as required bylaw. The Bank of Hardins- Fordsvllls Planing Mill Incorporated JAKE WILSOI, Si. bucket of paint. "Brighton up tho corner where you are," says Billy Sunday, and whilo his dovices aro kindly deeds and smiles, tho clean up and paint-umethods may como in good play. p Ships Calf to Texas. H. O. Bennett and son, Hubert Ben- Minwr Kentucky, A Traglo Coincidence. In 1805 EPIDEMICS IN SMALL TOWNS. On account of an epidemic of scarlet fovor and mumps, Clover-poschools, churches and pictures shows wore closed last week. French's show boat was not permitted to stop. Tho widsom of it all can not bo doubted. For many weeks the schools and Sunday schools havo been practically paralized on account of illness among the children. Several littlo folks have been housed for fear they would run into measles or mumps. Tho parents who kept their children at home when they knew they were effected, or likely to be with the contagious diseases, certainly deserve thanks for they protected many others. Every now and then one finds a person with a dreadful cold rt M. E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9 a. m. each Sunday, All visitors and strangers are invited to attend. M. 0. DEARD, Or. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary would bo a victim of a war that would tako plucu In 1800. The wur occurred, but did not affect him. One day forty-tw- o years later bo was laughing at bis old time prophecy and boasting of bis good health. In his happy mood be bought an old cottago from a friend and straightway went to Inspect It In the garden there was a quantity of old Iron und among It a shell dating from 1800. Ho picked it up and was exam ining It when It exploded, and he was killed on tho spot. The prophecy had come true. a German predicted that be Fordsville, burg & Trust Co. Executor of the estate of B. F. Beard, deceased By PAUL C0MPT0N, New Addition The Breckenrldee Loose Leaf To. bacco House will build an addition to their already large home 110 feet, long auu isv icei wiue. 1 ms win give tlwrn ample room to handle all the tobacco offered. They were cramped for room tnts season. Cashier Return From St. Louis. Subscribe Now A. T. Beard and Dennle Sheeran For special value in shoes, read Mo from St. Louis Tuesday morning, where Mr. Beard took three cars cattle. pel's clearance sale ad this weak. Ca- He reports good market and satisfactory rad Slppel, tbe shoe man, la buUdiag oa n good trade In shoes and hosiery. price. Sippet's Special Salt Vhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, APR. 14, i915 Entered at tlio Post OffllcoatOIoTctport, Ky as second class matter. fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS HATES FOR POLITICAL $ 2.C0 For Precinct and city Offices $ 5.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per Hue For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression II' of individual views per line Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective March 15, 1915. . Arriving Jrvlnctnn Arrlvlnir lHilvlllo. No. 114 will loavo Cloverport Arriving Irvlnxtnn Ai riving Louisville No. US will leavo Cloveroort. Irvlngton . No. M2wlll Imvp Cloverport.... . east nou.vn .10:1(1 12:10 V . 4:52 .:4rt 1'. 7:40 1'. 5:07 A 5:51 A. flilS A. SI. A. Mi i. Arriving Evansvllle Arriving ft. Louis. No. 143 will leiivo Cloverport -Arriving Owtnsboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo. ... No. 145 will leavo Cloverport .. . Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leavo Cloverport. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson . WEST HOUND No. 141 will lcavo Clovrrpprt... Arriving Dwenslxfro Arriving Henderson A.M. 12:04 P. M I4:5S I1 1:23 1' 7:43 1' 7:24 P 9:311 D:.Yi 1' I1 10:15 P. SI 12:45 A. M mnsp.M 1:3!)A.M 2:05 A. M 7:40 A. M 8:30 A. M .7:4(1 A. M 0:00 A. M Mrs. R. T. Ratterty nrrivid last week from Louisville for n vMt to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joint Dean. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, of Mc- Quady, were in Louisville last neck, tile guests of Mrs. Ciins Lyons. William Schmidt, of Louisville, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. K. Frank Carter, aim Mr. Carter Sunday. Misses Mablc, Catherine and Cecelia McCtnckcn spent the week end in Hardinsburg the guests of friends. Miss Claudia rati- - was hostess of the Friday Club. This week the Club will be entertained by Miss Jean Hum. Mrs. Vance returned to her home in Scott, Okla., Saturday, after a visit to her parents. Sir. and Mrs. John Dean Mrs. Ruby Kitchen returned toiler home in Hopkiusvillc Thursday night after n visit to her daughter,- Mrs. II. X Wood. Mrs T. F.Sawyer went to Hnwcsville an Thursda to spend the eighty-fiftniversary of her father, Mr, R. S. Lamar J. Ilyrne Severs spent last week in New York city in the interest of the company for whom he is traveling representative. Mrs. Robert Fierce 1ns returned toller home nt Rose Hill, linroule from Lou isville she visited Mrs. Robert Rice Pierce nt West Point Mrs. H. C. Pate and daughters, Mrs W C. Roff and Miss Claudie Pate, spent last week in Louisville, the guests of Mrs. Courtney llabbage. Mrs. F.l'a Jordan left Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Hall at Wolf Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper are in charge of the St, George Hotel. Mrs. Marion Ryan, of Louisville, who several has been ill of rheumatism weeks, arrived Thursday night nt the home of Mr, and Mrs. George Weather- , h Farmers Bring us Your .'1 w a. rv t s ADVERTISE Your Poultry. Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD -- All over the Country- - NoTr, AdvcrtlvM lene notlfv tin- - editor wniit mlvertuemont dlountlniU'd, Butter and Eggs Al.--o come to us for anything in the Grocery Line Fresh Stock and reliable brands Wc are always lad to sec everybody nt our stoic for Sale. xtri'ot. CIovrriort. Ky, LOT Ni. 201 In SixthWrite Stnllnmii llroi.. Clicimiilt. Ky. rlii-iii)- . Wnntcd Salesman county nanli-xVANTKH fur tiiiin with Milne Uimwlrriife nf iiutotno- l;iv mi lilln xumillrs. To earn f rum . HilO Itefereioea sl lis iiiirrlnisliiir eonlnu-t-.-Auto Supply Co., required Wrlui Kentucky 5ih .x. Third Street. Kentucky. 11 Allen M. Kingsbury, Telephone 74. J "UK I'limmn .1. For Sale -Cider. See S.TInlui. Holt. Ky. Mt..Topli Sweet For Sale THE NATIONAL COFFE- E- Cloverport, Ky. A center ot a fine agricultural district, which once formed a part of the ancient Kingdom of Minister. The county of which Tipperary Is the namesake and county seat, was once n palatine, ruled by the powerful earls of Ormond Its soil is of limestone, overlaid by a rich loam capable ul yielding the finest crops. The majority of the population is engaged In farming nnd manufacturing. Great quautities of condensed milk and butter are produced, the butter market ranking next to that of Cork. The town of Tipperary, the incorporation of whli-l- i dates from 1310, has ",000 inhabitants. It is governed an elective assembly called the district council, which, as the people are great ly interested in their government, holds quarterly session. Tipperary is of great antiquity, but first acquired importance by the erection of a castle there by King John. The guide points out the site to visitors, but tells them that the remains crumpled away many years ago. Henry III. founded there a monastery for Augustinians. This added a stimulous to the growth of the town. The only building of antiquity now standing is the gatehouse of this institution, a relic of departed grandeur. When the present European struggle had reached its crisis, nnd England entered the contest, many of the sturdy-sonof Tipperary left their employment and enlisted for service with the colors. One of England's crack regiments is called the "Tipperary Tigers," in honor of the county of that name. Washington Star. t-s OOOD comlilned four year old horse, an lured inure mid rcRlitc'Ml I'olnrd China Hoar. T. II. Henderson, Webster, Ky. For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pij;s ;01t SALE- - Klrvcn ttiorouglibrcd O. I. C. lIlm from L. II. Sll ter .V Co. Iier.1 of lirlru winner iiIim. I'ltlicrscv. for IOi:u'!i:!!nHnUn I.HU'li old. Cull on or address. J. Iiufk-lm-. lipid, ivy. also Orange Pekoe Tea Let us Serve You Pure Bred Orpliington Ejrjrs 1'nrc hred II11IT Orphlncton hnndle theso fowls exclusively. il.rO per scttll'C of 15 ecus. Tills Is live and let urn price, not put up on ncconiit 01 mc war. .Jesuit. CskrldKe, ll.ircllnsburn, Ky. 30K SAI.K . Kkl'-iI 11 For Sale J. I C. NOLTE & BROTHER, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Wyandotte Djjgs. V.ggi for full stock Iluivotit SI.Oi) perWhite Wyiiiulotte Manulni:. senilis. ..Mury Chcunult, Ky. Announcements STATU OFFICES CLOVERPORT'S f ho.t Henry Morris, of Patesville, was I 0 $ oper- For Governor Wo tiro nuthorled to announce II. W. HOSWOltTIl .1 (.uiiumiui iuuinjii ii'i ..it. 11 ii.ii .1. subject to the action of the Ueino-r.- it iiiIc I'arty. AUKUst Primary. Wo tire authorized to announce Clearance Sale of Shoes! : j c rersonai rarayrdi.i About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and in States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- eluded. ated on nt Dr. Simons infirmary WedA dead bone was removed nesday from his left ankle by Dr. Simons, assisted by Dr. McDonald and Dr. Jesse llaucum. Wonderful little tub dresses for children from 50 cents to Jl.oo. Also an attractive variety of models for larger size girls. Excellent white waists in voils and other materials, prices 75 cents to $2 50 at Mrs. Cordrey's. jis ? V black ami tan, patent leather; regular price, $2.00, $3.00 and CI Zfi I.DU $3.50; will go at Children's shoes and slippers, $1.50 val- - &4 fff ues will go at $1.25; $2.00 values will go at pl.tU 50 pairs of ladies' pumps, I I II V. McCMIKSN'KV of Frankfort. Ky., us a candid itc for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of tiiu neinoerniic party, rritniry election, I & Aucust 7. IMS. S I I yJ Wu are authorized to announce Read The Dreckenridga Xews ad. For any pain.Jburn. scald or bruise, Collin S. Miller, of Owensboro, was apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the here Sunday. household remedy. Two sizes 25c and Crawford Iieauchanip was in Hardins-bur- g 50c at all drug stores. A. (J. STANLEY is ti cnedldiitu for (iovernor of Kentti'kv subject to tlit) notion of tliu llsuiocrutlc Party iVugusi primary. We 11s arc nutliorlzed to announce Saturday. II. II. CIIGKHY a cundldatn for (Iovernor of Kentucky. subject to the action of the Democratic 1'nrtv AUiiust Primary. Come at Once; Shoes on sale today until Saturday. I "Ye Old Time Comfort Shoes" for women. t Will cure corns. They also have stvle O'J S( S and JZ.OU heautv. Prices $1.50 to 0 1 ". 1 Mrs. T. F. Sawyer, Wanted boarders Cloverport, Ky. MEADE COUNTY Mr. and Mrs Harry Williams spent Monday in Louisvil'e. MESSENGER NOTES. Ernest Stallman, of Cheiiault, was in Cloverport on business Friday. Mrs. Rufus McCoy will entertain the John K. Ditto is confined to his room Wednesday Club this afternoon. Lattus Lucas, Francis Allen and G. H. with pneumonia. Mrs. Warren May and son leave Pile went to Louisville Wednesday. The Ladies Reading Club will meetwith this week to visit relatives in Irving-tobefore going to Lexington, where Mrs. A R. Fisher tomorrow afternoon Mr. May has accepted a position. H. N Wood left Monday for Tennessee Dr. Stlth and family moved Monday where he will join a ten days fishing to their farm near hero and we underparty. I I For Lieutenant-Governo- r are authorized to announce. JUlHJL JAMEi D BLACK of Ilarborrllle, Ky.. as a candidate for Lleutenant-Uoveri or nf Kentucky subject to tlio action ot the Democratic Party In r.ttction. August mu. We. Men's Shoes, New Spring Lines, Prices $3.00, $3.50 to $4.00 1 Shoe Man Caret 014 Caret, Otter Riraeiies woi't Can The worst case, no nutter of how long landing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil, It relieve! Fain and lieals at the tame time. 25e, 60c, SUM, For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce S. It. PAYNE of Irvlngton. us a eandldato for Circuit Court Clerk of HreckenrldKe. countv. subject to tlio action of tlio Kupumicun party, id i Ktectlot, August, Wo 1DU. CONRAD SIPPEL, The Cloverport, Kentucky I H I n, LODIBURGNEWS are authorized to announce PAUL HA8IIA5I Miss Mabel McCracken spent the week end in Hardinsburg the guest of Miss Flood. erty of Arvin Stlth, who will be with Mrs. Frank Fraize arrived home Fri- his father and mother. We gladly day night from a delightful visit in welcome them in our midst. Florida. Mrs. Frank Richardson is at the St. Mrs Joe Graham and little son, Joe Mary and Elizabeth hospital in LouisGraham, jr., of Uvansville, are guests of ville taking treatment after being in relatives. ill health for some time. We are in Mrs. Kruest Hoyd underwent a critical receipt of a card from her saying she operation at the Jewish hospital in Lou- is getting along splendidly and her isville last week. many frieuds hope to see her return Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry have gone in a short while completely restored to housekeeping in the Hayes property to health. in St Rose Court. O. C. Kichardson. who has charge Mr. Hand Mrs. R. C. Richardson, of of a bank in Tulla'homa, Tenn , was Louisville, were at Union Star Sunday, here Friday the guest of his wife's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Blant Shacklett the guest of his parents. The new hats bought from our Cin In the County Court Monday A. E. cinnati! drummer Friday have been re Guedry and 164 freeholders and f9 ceived. Mrs. Cordrey's. legal voters, making In all 2i3 votes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry and dauglr filed a petition in the county for the ter, Miss Annie Murray Ferry, of Louis purpose of issuing $150,000 bonds for the purpose of building roads. The ville, were here Sunday. Mrs. Reece French Dies Tuestand that the doctor's parents, Mr. sdayWheat and Rye Crop and Mrs. Stith, will move into the Planting Corn. house just vacated which is the propGood-Farm- ers as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Rrecken- rldge county, subject to the action ot tlio Heuubllcitn uurty. Primary election, Au gust 7. 1015. Excursion Rates to Louisville ACCOUNT OF Misses Alice and Pauline Adkisson, of Owensboro, are guests of their uncle's family, Mr. and Mrs Will Head. Misses Charlie Frymire and Leota LeGrand, of Frymire, were visiting Miss Ruth Norton, ot Webster, last We Take Orders for Men's and Young Men's "Kentucky Educational Association" Spring Suits For men of Conservative ta.ste we have a very complete assortment of samples in every fabric wanted. Dates ot Sale: April 20, 21 and 22. Return limit April 27, 1915. Fare From Cloverport to Louisville, Round Trip Sunday. Mrs. Reece French, of Mystic, died last Tuesday the 0th, and was interred in the Walnut Grove cemetery on Wednesday. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Wlnchell. C. P. Payne and son, Marven, were in Louisville last week buying goods. Wilbur Keys bought five fine young calves last week. Farmers are mostly through plowing for corn, and some few have planted. The wheat and rye crop of the neighs borhood looks fine, and if nothing there will be a fine crop raised. There is a street in the Belgian capital named Ongeschlldezilvrrenockernoo- tjestraat. Will some one please pro nounce this? bap-pen- i New Models Shown Your Patronage Appreciated Telephone 70-- $2.50 BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Contracts, Deeds, Mortganes :itul Instruments of Writings drawn up nnd acknowledged court ordered that an election for this purpose be held on Saturday, June 5 1OI5. Do You Know a Good Knife? It is every boy 's desire to bo the possessor of a good pocket kriife. Men, too, do not want to carry a kriife that hasn't the right kind of metal in it. The will of .VlrgU McCracken was probated. His son, Jesse McCracken, was appointed executor. The will of W. P. Helt was probated. Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles have yielded to Doan's Ointment. 5O0 at all stores. Tipperary Where is Tipperary? That is a ques tlon a great many people have been asking themselves since the publication of "It's a Long Way to Tipperary," which has been sung at almost every entertainment in the British Isles. Tipperary is not by any means the largest or the most beautiful town in Ireland, but it is a romantic old place, near the base of Tipperary hills. These hills are a branch of the Galtee range and are noted for their wild beauty. The town is located about forty two miles northwest of Cork on the Great Southern and Western railroad. The quaint old place, with Its folk lore and rural population, is situated in the Keen Kutter Knives are made of the best steel and Select any are guaranteed. kind you like and wo stand back of it with an iron clad guarantee. Prices From 25c to $1.00 Wedding's Drug Store The ftnslar Store : : CltYtrptrt, KMtticky I have not tried to do that, however, and don't think it advisable to soak the dirt with it. A little of it a lotiK way. I should advise beginners to use a very little nt first and watch results, and, if needed, another application can be made. Does Dust Bother You? If the crude oil does not spray readily I have used crude oil on the floors of dilute with a little kerosene. A. V. chicken houses for four years, and find Weisberg In l'arni and 1'ireside. it very satisfactory because: It keeps down the dust. Doan's Reirulets are recommended It acts as a disinfectant and deterrent by many who say they operate easily, of mites and probably lice. without gri piny and without bad after It does not evaporate quickly, thus effects. 23c at all dru? stores. making it necessary to use only twice a year. More Candidates It prevents scaly leg, keeping legs a It was whispered uround Monday bright yellow, over at the county seat that Asi M. I apply the oil to the dirt floor before Hardin, of Lodlburtf, und Homer Pile, the straw is put in. It is best not to ap of Mook, have been strongly solicited ply much at a time. A thin applies to make the race for Representative on tion may be followed by another iu a the Democratic ticket, and that they few days, and that will suffice for the matter under serious considerI use straw litter, placing it iu had months ation, and would get Into the race. the house after the dirt floor has beeu Guthrie B. Tucker, of Mook, was also treated with crude oil, I cannot say mentioned as a candidate for Circuit that the oil prevents dust entirely, but it Court Clerk on the Republican ticket. does keep it down to a great degree. One could apply more freely, and abAds. solutely prevent the least particle of Read dust. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J Dentist Cloverport, Ky. India's Wheat Exports. Less Importance Is now attached to the weight of the Indian wheat exports In the western markets, becausn of the decision of the government to control the movement In the Interest of the Imperial needs. India Is harvesting now, and her crop is placed ot 3I5.OOO.OOO bushels. Her exports have not in re cent years exceeded 06,000,000 buMiels. Cables say that offerings are light. In Australia the government's control of prices nnd shipments had the elfect of discouraging transactions, because the official price was regarded as under the market value. the Little Want See it at American Theater Try the "Want" Column Million Dollar Mystery CHAPTER XVII. The now." "All right; Henderson's approach able. I may get a good story out of him." "Maybe,'' thought Gregg, who had lost nothing of this conversation a quick getaway. It was his opportunity He immeWhen the Atlantic City attempt was turned Into a fiasco by Norton's timely diately left the zone of the city desk But as he nrrlvM Hraine determined once more for a telephone booth to rid mniself of this meddling re- passed the line of desks and busy porter. He knew too much, In the reporters he did not note the keen first place, end In the second place Uralnc wanted to learn whether the reporter bore a charmed life or was Just ordinarily lucky. He would atrequiring tempt nothing delicate, finesse. H3 would simply waylay Norton aiul ma.-f- l a eop.monpiace en culd disuppear, tula re t! i. . porter, lltuf woild le 'ill; and .vhen they found him he might or m;viu not be recognizable. So Hrainn colled a conference anC ho and his fellow rogues went ovpr a number of rxwdlMitfl and finally agreed that the btst thin io do bo to send a man to tl") newspaper, ostcnid'oly as a reporter looking for a situation. AVIth this excuse lie would fa. bo able to hang around the clt room for three or fcur daya. The Idea bad: of this was to waylay Norton on his way to some assignment which took him to the suburbs. All this was arranged down to the smallest detail; and a man whom they were quite certain Norton nad not yet seen was selected to play the part. He had been a reporter once, more's the pity; so there was no doubt of his being able to handle his end of the game. "I want Norton. I want him badly," declared Bralne, "and woe to you If you let booze play In between you and tho object of this move." The man selected to act the reporter hung his head. Whisky had been the origin of his fall from honest living, and ho was not so calloused as not to feel the sting of Setting Traps for Norton. The Dlack Hundred possessed three separate council chambers, always In preparation. Hence, when the one In ueo was burned down they transferred their conferences to the second council thamber appointed Identically the samo as the first, As Inferred, the organization owned considerable wealth, and they leased the buildings In which they had their council chambers, leased them for a number of years, and refurnished them secretly with trap floors, doors and panels and all that npparatus eo necessary to men who nro sometimes compelled to make on the latest Balkan rumpus. He's out at his suburban Homo Here's the address "How long vlll you Mold open for me?" iisked Norton, meaning how long the city tditor wnlt for the story Vou ought to be "Till It's only el&lit back by midnight. one-thirt- Black Hundred was given a temporary Job and went by the name of Gregg. For three days he worked faithfully, abstaining from his favorite tipple. Ho had never worked In New York He had so his record was unknown. told tho city editor that he had worked on a Chicago paper, now defunct. Ho paid no attention whatsoever to Norton, a sign of no little acumen On tho other hand Norton never went forth on nn assignment that Gregg did not know exactly whero he wns going. But all these stories kept Norton In town; and It would be altogether too rlaky to attempt to handle him So anywhere but outside of town. Gregg had to abide his time. It enmo soon enough. Norton was Idling nt his desk when tho city editor called him up to tho wicket. "General Henderson hns Just returned to America. Get his opinion If not, he would never bother able any one again Bralne gave his or ders tersely, unless Norton met with unforeseen delay, nothing could pre vent his capture. When Norton arrived at the Henderson place, a footman Informed him from tho veranda that General Henderson was at 19 Elm street for the evening, and It would be wise to call ramshackle affairs, you uso them so constantly, t tried to find you, but you were out of sight Now, tell me what happened " "Sh!" warned Norton as he spied Florence coming down tho stairs "I thought you couldn t come!" she cried "But ten o'clock!" "I changed my mind," he replied, laughing. Ho caught her arm in his and drew her toward tho library. Jones smiled after them with that enigmatical smile of his, which might have signified irony or affection After half an hour's chat, Florence, quite aware that tho two men wished to talk, re- Ing fulf well In his should not find one heart' that he there. Jim nodded his thanks and set off In haste for 49 Elm street The footman did not enter the house, but hurried down the steps and slunk off among the adjacent shrubbery. His IT: remorse at times. "More," went on Bralne, "I want Norton brought to 49. It's a little off the beat, and we can handle Norton as wo please. When we get rid of this newspaper ferret there'll bo another to eliminate. But he's a fox, and a fox must be set to trail him." "And who Is that?" "Jones, Jones, Jones!" thundered Bralne. "He's the live wire. But 'he reporter first. Jones depends a lot on him. Take away this prop and Jones will not bo so sure of himself. There's a man outside all this circle, and all these weeks of warfare have not served to bring him into the circle." "Hargreave li dead," eald Vroon stolidly. "As dead as I am," snarled Bralne. "Two lntn went away in that balloon; and I'll wager my head that one man came back. I am beginning to put a few tilings together that I havo not thought of before. Wlio knows? That balloon may have been carried out to bea purposely. The captain on that tramp steamer may havo lied beginning to end. I tell you, Hargreave Is alive, and wherever he is he has his hand on all the wires. He has agents, too, whom we know nothing about. Hang the million! I want to put my hands on Hargreave Just to prove that I am tho better man. He communicates with Jones, perhaps through tho reporter; ho has had mo followed; it was he who changed the boxes, bored the hole In the celling of the other quarters and learned heaven knows what." "If that's tho case," said Vroon, "why hasn't ho had us apprehended?" Bralne laughed heartily. "Haven't you been able to see by this time what his gamo Is? Ilevenge. Ho does not want the police to meddle only in tho smaller affairs. He wants to put terror Into thu hearts of all of us. Keep this paint In your mind when you act. He'll never summon tho police unless we make a broad daylight attempt to get possession of his daughter. And even then he would make it out a plain case of kidnaping. Elimination, that's the word. All right. We'll play at that game ourselves. No. 1 shall bo Mr. Norton. And it you fall I'll break you," Bralne addej to tho from Norton Was at His Desk. mission was over with The house In Elm street was Bralne's He went suburban establishment there occasionally to hlbcr ite, as it tired At the door Norton told lones what were, to grow a now sltln when close pressed The caretaker was a man nad taken place at lit Elm street. "Ah! we must not forget that num-Dorightly called Samson He was a ".My advice is. mused Jones. of the bouncer typo bruiser We It was fast work for Bralno to get Keep nn eye on this Gregg chap. out there. If the man disguised as a may get somewhere by watching him." "Do you know where Hargreave is?" footman played his cards badly Bralne Jonc3 scratched his chin reflectively. nothwould have nil his trouble for Nonon nughed. "1 can't get anying. He disguised himself with that you Infernal cleverness which had long thing out ut .Ju?h less nny one else I'm growsince made him n terror to the police, a who were looking for ten different ing loud of you, my boy You're man. men Instend of one. He knew that "Thanks; and Norton would understand Instantly When Olga I'erlgoff called the next that he was not the general; but on day livthe other hand he would not know-tha- t ery, Jones divested himself of his donned a plain coat and hat, and he was addressing Bralne. Today ho So the waited; and loft the house stealthily was determined to learn something so Norton arrived and was ushered to this suave, handInto the room. A single glance was definite in regard When she left the always some Russian enough to satisfy the reporter, house Jones rose from his hiding place keen eyed and observant. proceeded to follow her. The re"I wish to seo General Henderson," and sult of this espionage on the part of ho said politely. "General Henderron Is doubtless at Jones will bo seen presently. .Meantime Jim went down to tho his own house." office and lied cheerfully about his "Ah!" Whether, tho "Don't be alarmed yet," cald missing the general. city editor believed him or not Is of Bralne smoothly. no matter Jim went over to his de3k. "I am not alarmed," replied Norton. "I am only chagrined. Since General From tho corner of his eye he could Henderson Is not to be found here seo Gregg scribbling away. He never raised his- head aa Jim Bat down to I must bo excused." read his mall. After awhile Gregg "I will excuse you presently." rose and left tho office; and, of course, "Ah! I begin to sec." Jim left shortly afterward When the "Indeed!" mocked Bralne "I have tumbled or walked Into a newcomer saw that he was being followed, he smiled and continued on his trap." This Norton chap was suspl' "A keen mind .like yours, must have way. recognized that fact the moment you clous. All the better; his suspicions should bo made the hook to land him discovered I was not the general." with. By and by the man turned Into "I am Indebted to the Black Huna drug store and Jim loitered about dred?" coolly. "Precisely. Wo do not wish you 111. till he reappeared. Gregg walked with brisker steps now It was his InMr. Norton." "To be sure, no!" Ironically. "What tention to lead Norton on a wild goose with falling safes, poisoned cigarettes, chaso for an hour or so, long enough and so forth, I can readily seo that to give Bralno time to arrange a welyou have my welfare at heart What come nt another house. Norton kept perhaps half a block in puzzled me was the suddenness with which these affectionate signs ceased." the rear of his man all the while. But "You'ro a man of heart,' said Bralno for this caution ho would have witwith genuine admiration. "These af- nessed a little pantomime that would fectionate signs, as you call' them, havo put him wholly upon his guard. ceased because for the time being you Turning a corner. Gregg all but bumped into the countess. He was You havo ceased to be a menace. become that once more, and here you quick enough to place a linger on his lips and motion his head toward a are!" "And what are you going to do with taxicab. Olga hadn't the least Idea who was coming around the corner,, me now that you have got me?" "There will be two courses." Bralne but she hailed the cab and was off In reached Into a drawer and drew out it before Jim swung around the cora thick roll of bills. "There are here ner. Jones, who had followed the countsomething like $5,000." "Quite a tidy sum; enough for a ess for something over an hour and a half, hugged a doorway. What now? chap to get married on." The two eyed each other steadily. he wondered. The countess knew the And in his heart Bralne sighed. For man. That was evidence enough for he saw In this young man's eyes in- the astute butler. But what meant r. ' good-night- work, and Norton's tongue grow dry with terror They hnd him this time; there was not the least doubt of It And they had led him there by tho nose into tho bargain. Twenty minutes passed, and Jones concluded it was tlmo for him to act Ho went forward to try tho door, but this time It was locked. Jones, however, was not without resource Tho house next door was vacant, and ho found a way Into this, Anally reaching tho roof. From this he Jumped to tho other roof, found tho scuttlo open, and crept down tho stairs, flight after flight, till the whir of a motor arrested him. Conspirators are often overeager, too. So Intent were the rascals upon tho ouslness at hand that they did not notice the door open imwly it did not take the mitier hoh m a moment to realize tin' and any was near certain - ' ti oath an sprang Into the oom, gave Bralno a push which sent him down to join the victim, end pitched into the other two. It was a battlo royal while It lasted. Jones knocked down one of them, yelled to Norton, and kicked the ropo he saw down Into the pit One end of this ropo wns attached to a ring In the wall And up this rope Norton swarmed nfter ho had disposed of Bralne. Tho tide of battle then swung about In favor of tho butler, and shortly the fake reporter and his Presently the machinery began to L. C. TAUL I insurance uiiice .. AMI.. J Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tor- - I nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Relii ble Companies J "t Notice! All 'persons having claims against the estate of Wilson Pile, (colored) deceased, will please present the same to the undersigned executor of his estate, as required by law. The Bank of Hardins-bur- g & Trust Go. Executor of the estate of Wilson Pile, deceased. By PAUL COMPTON, Cashier Dr. R. P. Kunnecke Velerinary Surgeon Office Trent i Walls' Livery Stable Prepared to Treat all AnimaCDiseases Up This Rope Norton companion chief. Swarmed. DRT Special AttentionQGiven Calls at all Hours 1o were made to Join their He en- r. p. kunnecke, Hardinsburg, Ky. v. m. d. scrutiny of a smooth faced, gray haired man who stood at the side of Norton's desk awaiting the reporter's return. "Why, Jones," cried the surprised Norton "What are you doing all this way from homo?" "Orders," said Jones, smiling faintly as he delivered a note to the re- corruptibility. "It Is yours on one condition," said Bralne, reaching out his foot stealthily toward the button which would sum- porter. "Anything serious?" "Not that I am aware of. Miss Florence was rather particular. She wanted to bo sure that the note reached your hands safely." "And do you mean to say that you came away and left her alone In that mon Samson. "And that is," interpolated Norton, "that I Join the Black Hundred." "Or the great beyond, my lad," took up Bralne, his voice crisp and cold. Norton could not repress a shiver. Where had he heard this voice before .. Bralne! He stiffened. "Murder In cold blood?" he managed to say. "Indefinite Imprisonment. Choose." "I have chosen." the pantomime and the subsequent hurry? He soon learned. The man Gregg went his way, and then Jim turned the corner. Jones cast a wistful glance at the vanishing cab of the Russian, and decided to shadow the shadower In other wordb, follow the reporter, to see that nothing serious house?" Again Jones smiled. "I left her well guarded, you may bo sure of that. She will never run away again." He waited for Norton to read the note. it wns nothing more than one of tliote love orders to come and call at once. And she had made Jones ven turo Into town with it! The reporter smiled and put the note away tenderly. And then ho caught Jones smiling, too. "I'm going to marry ucr, Jones." "That remains to be seen," replied the butler, not unkindly "Well, anyhow, t banks for bringing the note. But I've got to disappoint her tonight. I'm off in a deuce of a hurry to Interview General Henderson. I'll bo out to tea tomorrow. You can find your way out of this old fire " trap. The moment he turned away the smllo faded from Jones' face, and with the quickness and nolselessness of a cat he reached the Bide of tho booth in which Gregg believed himself so secure from eavesdropping. The half dozen words Jones heard convinced him thnt Norton was again the object of tho Black Hundred's attention. He had seen tho man's face that raemora bio night when the balloon stopped for its passenger. Before Gregg came out of the booth Jones decided to overtake him and forewarn him, but unfortunately tho reporter was nowhere In sight. "I'll get him," said the man sullenly. Later, when he applied for a situation on the Blade, It happened that there were two strikes on nand, and two or three extra mon were needed on the city staff. The man from the There was left for Jones nothing else but to return homo or follow when ho came out. As this night he know Florence to bo exceptionally well guarded, both within and without the house, ho decided to watt and follow the spy. When Bralne received the message he was pleased. Norton's assignment fitted his purpose like a glove. Before midnight he would have Mr, Meddling Reporter where be would bother no one for some time it be proved tract "H'm!" Bralne rose and went over to the sideboard for tho brandy "I'm going to offer you a drink to show you that personally there are no hard feelings You are In the way. After you, our friend, Jones. This brandy is not poisoned, neither are the glasses. Choose either and I'll drink first. We nre all desperate men, Norton; and we stop at nothing. Your life hangs by a hair. Do you know where Hargreave Is?" Norton eyed his liquor thoughtfully. "Do you know where the money is?" Norton smelt of the brandy. "I am sorry," said Bralne. "I should have liked to win over a head like yours." Norton nonchalantly took out his watch, and that bit of bravado perhaps saved his life. In the case of bis watch he saw a brutal face behind him. Without a tremor, Norton took up bis glass. "I am sorry to disappoint you," he said, "but I shall neither Join you nor go to Quick as a bird shadow above grass, he flung the brandy over bis shoulder into the face of the man behind. Samson yelled with pain Almost at the same Instant Norton pushed over the table, upsetting Bralne with it. Next he dashed through the curtains, slammed tho door, and fled to the street, very shaky about the knees, If the truth Is to be told. General Henderson's views upon the latest Balkan muddle were missing from tho Blade the following morning. Norton, tnstead of returning to the general's and fulfilling his assignment like a dutiful reporter, hurried out to Riverside to acquaint Jones with what had happened. Jones Vas glad to seo him safe and sound. "That new reporter started the game," he said, "I overhead a word or two while be was talking in the booth, All your telephone booths are befell him. Tho lurer finally paused at a door, opened It with a key, and swung It behind him, very careful, however, not to spring the latch. Naturally Jim was mightily pleased when he found tho door could be opened. When Jones, not far behind, saw him open the door, he started to call out a warning, but thought tho better of It. If Norton was walking Into a trap It was far better that he, Jones, should remain outside of It. If Jim did not appear after a certain length of time, he would start an Investigation on his own account No sooner was Jim In the hallway than he was set upon and overpowered. They had In this house what was known as "tho punishment room Here traitors paid tho reckoning and were never more heard of Into this room unceremoniously Jim was dropped when Bralne found that ho could get no information from the res- emies die so horribly. Later he knew he would regret this sentiment When tho people came, summoned by some outsider who had heard the racket of the conflict, there was no one to be found In the pit Nor was there any visible sign of an exit There was one, however, built against such an hour and known only to the chiefs of the Black Hundred. 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We write what we believe. is Live Stock Posters Bills 6x9 inches, 500 for $1.50 Bills 9 x 12 inches, 500 for $2.00 Horse Bills on Cardboard 30, size 9 x 14 inches, and Young Women Of at price $1.50 The - Breckenridge Founded In 1876 - News THIS AD-- - Graduating Classes By Two and one-ha- lf hours to write it, Five hours for printers composition JOHN D. B ABB AGE Editor and Publisher Cloverport, Kentucky $17.00 worth of Advertising space BUT IT IS WORTH THE PRICE! KENTUCKY EDITOR I G. W. Chapin I Irvington, Ky. 1 OF NEWSJAPPENINGS Who Has Scored Great Sue cess In Tour Business Mrs. Mary -- Irvington Breeding Stables! DR. P. W, Hughes Dies in Some eleven years ago, a railroad official urged a friend of his, a news' paper man at Versailles, Ky to con duct a party from Central Kentuckj to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. Louis. The railroad man assured his friend that the latter was better fitted direct a personally conducted tout than any other man In tho State. Yet when tho editor met bis first party of thirty people In the gray dawn of tn morning at the local railroad station he little thought that be was In auguratlng one of the Important tout agencies of the country. But so was and "Bowmar s Tours are now a household word over a very largo Texas Appleyard-Culley Mar F00TE & SON, 1. Blacksmithing and General Repairing riage-Perso- nal Paragrphs. DAYS Irvington, Ky., R. F. D. CLEAN-U- P SOON. Ford Service Station Automobile and Gasoline Engine Work a Specialty Mesdames Annie Herndon and Mary Muntord have returned fiom Louis ville. Mrs. Warren May, of Brandenburg, has been the guest of Mesdames S. P. Parks and J. M. Herndon. Draft Stallion, "Comanche Chief," No. 63416, Percheron Society of Dark Iron Gray, 6 years old, 1600 Pounds. America. Farmers, send us your good mares. This is tho only horso worth considering if you want good, heavy horses and big bono blocky marcs to do farm work and raise mules. Mr. C. D. Harda-wuof Guston, Ky., paid $220 cash for a pair of 6 months-olcolts from this horso at our Colt Show last October; and an offer of $1,000 was made for 10 select filly colts of hisget, by a dealer. y, Service Animals. d Mrs. Sara Dowell was hostess to the W. F. M. S. of the Presbyterian church Thursday afteruoon. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Mary Hughes, at Ennis, Texas. Mr. Mattingly, of Cloverport, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattingly Mrs. I. Crouch returned to Louisville Sunday after a visit with Mrs. Adele Connlff. Announcements of the marriage of Miss Charlotte Emile Appleyard and Mr. Walter Joseph Culley, of Kla., have been received here. H. H. Henry, of Leilclifield, and R. C. Henry have been visiting thei-- - moth er, Mrs. Sarah Henry. Misses Margaret ConnilT, Nannie Lee Kendall, Nellie Smith, U. L. Lyon, H. )', ConnifT, Dr. W. B. Taylor, Hiiyda Hramlette, Jess (lardner and .Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner motored to Bran Talla-luibue- territory. Tho editor was Daniel Mf Bowmar, Ho gave his party an extra line trli for a moderate price which Included everythlnri secured for them specla privileges not enjoyed by the averagt exposition visitor nnd brought the ' $12.50 for Colts that live to Suckle. Plumbing and Tin Work Chairs and Furniture of all Kind Repaired e Breeding: Saddle Stallion, "The Prime Minister." Chestnut with Stockings and Stripes. ansa A Bright Clerk in a Truces of old Endor through sire, and to Sti anger through both dam and grand-daHe i.f bred right, made right, and natural in all tho gaits. If you want to patronize a a Saddle Stallion, come and sec this fellow. $10 for Colts that live to Suckle. Wall Street Office liail dono well in a buMness trans- "BLACK SAMPSON," 515. action. "Get the finest Suit in town," said the broker K'eelully, "and send the bill to us." In a few days the clerk appeared In a beautiful Silk Lined Suit "Fine Suit, fine," remarked the broker as he contemplated first the Suit, and then a bill for "5 "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 teally fine. Be lair to yourself and give us a look. denburg Friday night and attended the boat show. Miss Evelyn King entertained at a week end party in honor of Miss Emma iiaird, of Louisville. Mrs. Nora Hoard and children spent the week end in Hardlnsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and children, of Cloverport, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Morrison. Mesdames J. Sipes, Cecil Shaln and Lottie Bandy spent Friday in Louisville. At the meeting of the School and Civic League Friday arrangements wete with all other made for agencies for a clean up day. Commit tees were appointed to look after in door improvements and to furnish some supplies badly needed for the conven ience of teachers and puplis. Mesdames Roy Beatty and Mannuel Brooks were in Louisville Friday. fw. a ? i WD .Tuck, taken all round, wo nnver expect to wo a better Jack in Tho big bone Tuxpuyer-Starligh- t this county. We ask you to note the wonderful uniformity in bis mules. With hardly an exception they are tho heavy body, .short leg kind. Ho Vires good mules from almost any kind of mare, but N peculiarly suited for mating with tho fine bono, long legged saddle mare, resulting in tho better selling mule. ED. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington. Ky. "Clothier and Furnisher." New Furniture Store Now Open! To (Wies, Husbands and Sweethearts) Irvington is planning for and pushing Civic Housecleaning. Friday and Saturday are the dates for a State-widcleaning. The town board will furnish wagons to haul away such rubbish and Each refuse as cannot be burned householder is asked to put all rubbish in barrels and boxes for the greater convenience of the workers. The motto is, "I'll Help." Can't the county fall disease by in line and help to prevt-n- t making things more sanitary. her e Ten Weeks In Bed Eminent Physician Failed Won derful Recovery. I wish to inform you of the great benefit I have derived from the use of Swamp-Hoo- t. I had been a sufferer for more than twenty years from kid ney and liver trouble and was almost constantly treated by the most eml nent physicians who could only give I had been in me temporary relief. bed ten weeks when I began the use of We hate a nice ariety of Furniture make your own selection. You will find satisfaction if you buy your new spring furniture from so you may us. Chicken.i and Kggs in Kxchange for any piece of Furniture in our line McGlothan & Son Irvington, Ky. Crushed by Train. ., Hitikle, Si, of South Ky., while attempting to hoard an east bound freight train at Vance-burKy , stumbled and fell beneath the wheels, which crushed off his left leg below the kuce. Iliukle refused to disclose his ideuity at first and begged that Ins aged mother be kept in ignorance of his injuries James Torts-mouth- Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your drucitit will refund money If PAZO OINTMliNT falls lo cure any of Itchlnc, llllnd, Dlrtilliiuorl'rotrucllui: ln6to days. Tbe firit applicaUou L'lves IJase uuJ UL 50c. ce Swamp Hoot Inside of twenty four hours I could see that I had been greatly benefited. I continued to use Swamp-Hoot until I had used several bottles when I really felt that my old trouble was completely cured and I am positive that any person sullering with kidney or liver trouble can be cured by the use of this preparation. I am now In tne best of health, bet ter than I have been for ten years or more. I do not know how to express myself as strongly as I desire, in favor of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, as I am sure that it saved my life and that my good health Is due entirely to this I heartily recommend great remedy it to every sulTcrer and am confident they can be benefitted as I have been. It is a pleasure for me, gentlemen, to hand you this recommendation. MHS H. J. PHICE, 1 106 Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio. Personally appeared before me this 13th of September, i90'J, Mrs. H. J. Price, who subscribed the above state ment and made oath that the same is true in substance and In fact. R. A. Letter Notary Public. Dr. Kilmer & Co. Itlnxhainton, N. V. Cai.vkkt, Rich Man Disappears. d, In II C. Chapman, one of the wealthiest citizens of the Little Muddy ueiglilor-hoois reported near Morgantowu, missing. lie went to Howling ('.recti Saturday and left his horse at Campbell's stable. That was the last seen or heard of him. A searching party of his neighbors went to look for him. I'oul play is feared as he is generally believed to have carried a considerable amount of money with hiui. Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamtun, N. Y., for u sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Breckenridge News. Regular fifty-cesize and bottles tor sale at all drug stores. one-doll- ar home enthusiastic and happy, feeling is that they had seen everything which. 11 was nossiuie 10 see aim uau (lone everything which It was possible to do. A cordial invitation is extended the public, and sincere thanks for past patronage. And so Editor Bowmar was urged Best of serto get up another party and another, vice. Free skilled attention if required. Pasturago for distant mares at reasonable rates. Acand soon he was conducting tours to cidents, if any, at owners risk. Niagara Falls, to Atlantic City, to the Canadian cities, to Yellowstone Park and the far West, to tho MardI Gras IV! at New Orleans, to New York,- Phlla dolphin, Washington everywhere. In fact, the thing grew like a snow ball, and Editor Bowmar had a big tour business on his hands in a few years. Good service did It. What Mr. Bowmar does not know about points of Interest In the terrl tory covered by his tours could be put im Winchell arrived Saturday from in a very small pamphlet, while the accurate information which he has Moweaqua, 111. gathered in nearly twelve years on the Miss Edna Leaf has returned to her subject of American travel would fill CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD several volumes the sizo of Webster's home in Moweaqua, III. International Dictionary. Mrs. Mabel Hartley, of Evansville, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT His really enormous list of personal menus in every part of the Union has returned home Friday. undoubtedly contributed much to his Articles Herman Kinder has mumps and Energy 10c will buy EGOS 385 success and prestige as a tour conduc Harry Curtis Sanders has measles. SEEK, sirloin tor. It has enabled him to give to his 410 J. C. Ryan took a bunch of hogs to MUTTON, leu 445 parties special pleasures and oppor MILK 1030 tunities which would not come to tho Evansville Sunday on the Tarascon. -.. .1030 -individual traveler. I'OIUC. loin Once In Cleve Mrs. J. R. Polk, who has been se land one of tho Bowmar parties had 1117 BREAKFAST FOODS -- . riously ill of grip, is improving nicely the pleasure of being presented to CHEESE USi John D. Rockefeller. I1UTTEU 1365 Tho Corcoran now. Art Gallorv In Washington, which RICE 025 Mrs. R. T. Hawkins, of Holt, Ky., every one Knows is always "hermet--POTATOES... 2050 ically sealed" during tho summer spent Tuesday with Mrs. Jeff Hawkins, BEANS, dried 3040 months, was thrown open to Mr. BowWHEAT FLOUR 6540 Miss Mayme Polk gave a card party mar and the members of his party In August, as an extraordinary courtesy, Friday evening In honor of Miss Edna Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities by special order of tho trustees. At Leaf. One pound of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far .Natchez, .Miss., thoj were guests of Misses Vernell and Lucille Hayden honor of the Natchez Chamber of as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order and Willia May Weatherholt have Commerce. One time they were all Snow Drift, Bob White or Extra Fancy g served off gold plates in a handsome carlitina. flour from private dining room of the most excluMrs. Rose Goldman, of Branchville, your grocer. This will reduce tho high cost of living. sive hotel In the East. Patrons of uowmar Tours are usually the re- spent the week with her father, J. C. cipients of much attention and un Esarey. usual courtesies. While Mr. Bowmar Elmer Wheeler, of Hardingrove, was 1 Hardlnsburg Mill and Elivator Co., Hardlnsburg, Ky. does not guarantee these "extras," some charming thing Is quite likely to the guest of Miss Mell Lyons Tuesday bob up which was not In the itinerary. Orvllle Leaf and Owen Winchell were But the great point about "Bow-mar- 's guests of lady friends in Uoverport Tours" Is the service. This is Sunday evening. Mr. Bowmar's hobby. Resolutions of Breckenridge of our memories. He says: "Most Americans travel for rest and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Suddarth have Resolved further, that Fiscal Court on the Death of these resolutions be spread a copy of relaxation. They want a maximum of cone to housekeeping in part oi me upon the pleasure and interest with tho Milton C. Miller, of order book of this court, one furnished smallest reducible minimum of re- Tom Leat residence. to his family and a copy to each of the Mrs. Naomi Wedding, of Cloverport, sponsibility. That's tho ideal for a Breckenridge County. tour agency to work towards." papers of this county for publication. spent Monday with her parents, Mr. Bowmar's Tours have worked for D. C. Heron, Chairman, Mrs. Conrad Simons. that and attained It. They are mod- and HalC. Murray Co. Att'y., Whereas, on April 5, 19i5, il pleased Mrs. Arad Leaf was in Cloverport erate priced, but no tours under perA. T. Beard, S. B. C, sonal escort In the country surpass Tuesday. While there she purchased a a Divine Providence to remove from them In service. Mr. Bowmar accom- fine milch cow from Mr. Elliot. our midst our friend, neighbor and fel Committee. panies every party. Mrs. Thomas Weatherholt, who low county man, Milton C Miller, who Tho parties are always harmonious. There is an atmosphere of good feel- spent the winter in Coffeeville, Kans., was sheriff of Breckenridge countv for Should Not Feel Discouraged. ing and you are certain to meet nice, with her daughter , Mrs. Hugh Finch, four years, ending January 1, I9IO So many people troubled with Indicongenial people and no other kind. Therefore Be It Kesolved, That we, Monday. Tho feature Is another returned home tbe members of Breekenridue Fiscal gestion and constipation have been of Mr. Bowmar's hobbles, "The Amer A T. Anderson and C. M. Sheldon by taking Chamberlain's benefitted ican people are liberal," said he, "but each purchased a silo Wednesday from Court, in regular session, recognize they are business-likthat wc have lost a kind and loyal Tablets that no one should feel dis and accurate Mr. Poland. They are to be of wood- - friend, his famllv and they like to know in, advanco what an Induleent father. couraged who has not given them a tho whole thing will cost. I toll them. n construction. his neighbors a goad Samaritan and trial. They contain no pepsin or I don't deal In glittering generalities. Dr. Simons called on Mri Jeff Hawk the county a splendid citizen and one other digestive ferments but strengthI give my patrons an itemized stateen the stomach and enable It to per ins and Alex Ahl's littte daughter last who served his county well and faithment of everything that Is to bo inform Its functions naturally. Obtaincluded. They don't meot with unpleas-an- t Thursday, Both are much better. fully as an olllcial. financial surprises on the trip." Mr. Miller's predominating trait of able everywhere. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Early, of Falls of A big Bowmar tour for tho coming summer is a four week'a trip through Rough, who have, been visiting Mrs. character were those of being most Pure-Food Man tho West to tho California expositions, eff Hawkins, returned home Tuesday. liberal, ever generous and 'alwavs starting August 2. For more than a His friends could alwavi Mr, and Mrs. George Little and Miss charitable. ComDlimenls Kinnshnrv , year Mr. Bowmar has been engaged In 9"- - J. Leaf, of Deer Creek, made a depend upon him and he was faithfully worKinjr out details of this tour. The Emma Insriaetnr wn U..- The , trip here last Thursday and loyal. Seldom did a worthy cause ap itinerary Includes visits In San Fran- - but,lnets peal to.hlm In vain. Few men In his last week and comollmented Cisco, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and took dinner with Mrs. Babe Esarey. s native county have been more widely highly the grocery store of Allen M. San Diego, California, at Tobinsport graded schools closed the Grand Canyon and in Denver, known and have numbered nmnn Kingsbury. "If you Want to tee a Colorado Springs and Manltou, Colo- Wednesday; also the Finch school, their associates more real ar.d true clean grocery," go to Mr. Kingsbury'. rado, and Salt Lako City, Utah. Thero taught by Miss Edith Horton. HarVnu can nrrlpr. vmir rrnml. will bo other Bowmar tours tn July mony, taught by Orvllle Leaf closed friends. j "J tcpilUB acd September to Atlantic City, New Friday. Cannelton Enquirer. Let US write hit faultl unnn th but to tee his sanitary store will add to York and Washington and to Niagara sands, while we Inscribe his vlrtueu In- - the enjoyment of thi food that comet Falls and Canada. acuujy in our mam, upon tne tablets from hit ahelvei. ?lMVnlHVl I I I Daniel M. Bowmar. "CHICAGO PRIDE." A double Warrior. Black with white nose and belly; 15J hands high; largo, flat bono and big foot; fine stylo and has metal like a horse. Yle is one of the surest and best breeders in the mules. No matter what type maro you have, we State. Few Jacks have sired more can show you a wise and profitable mating. high-priced Our Jack Fee $10 for Colts that Suckle. A3 1 I e - Farm 25 lies South of Irvington. T0BINSP0RT NEWS. WHEAT FLOUR ---- Sclf-Risin- Ex-Sher- iff e DUre-foo- d vr . 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