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The Breckenridge news: April 21, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915042101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 21, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXIX LIFE'S CLOSE FOR THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1915. CL0VERP0RTF0UNDRY Case in the Supreme CourtDecision Brings ReU No. 42 PEOPLE SCHOOLS School the mystery box 1,000,000 I. R. A. MILLER Wins One of teu m immiHTij-m- i mmmmm IN SUNDAY April the Most Prominent and Successful Attorneys in Kentucky Dies After Long Illness. FUNERAL ON MONDAY. Claude joicing in Cloverport Victorious Attorney. Mercer Washington, April 19. A case involving a judgment in favor of the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company for $5,668.35 against the owners of the steamer R. D. Kendall, later the Golden Girl, for repairs, was affirmed today by the Supreme Court. The case was tried in the llreckinridge Circuit Court and damages awarded. The Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment and an appeal was taken. The steamer is now in the hands of the owners, who gave bond after finding against them This has been n hard fought case and is a great victory for Claude Mercer, of Hardinsburg, who has handled the case for the 1'oundry through all the courts. 25 Go to Sunday in Day Kentucky Institute School Sunday Postponed Indefinitely. NEXT SUNDAY THE DAY. We desire to make a special and earnest request of every Sunday school in our county to endeaver some way to secure as large an attendance on Go to Sunday School Day, April 2s, as they possibly can. Make a special canvass of your respective neighborhoods and 'compel them to come in." Last year through the efforts of the Kentucky Sunday School Association on (Jo to Sunday School Day, the attendance was Increased from 300,000 to 000,000, and a large per cent of the increase became permanent members. This year we want to reach one million. Let everybody do their best and please be sure to send the number In attendance at your school to State u. Hon Reuben A. Miller, one of the mostTprominent citizens of Owensboro, and an attorney of wide fame, died at his residence in Owensboro at 18:30 o'clock Saturday. Mr Miller had been In failing health for several months, but had about recovereil and was able to resume his work at his office. He was again taken HI about five weeks ago and has been confined to his room ever For the past tv6 weeks his consince dition was critical and for several hours prior to his death he was in a state of unconsciousness. Reuben A Miller was a native of Ohio connty He was a decendant of Jas Miller, one of Kentucky's pioneers, who came to Kentucky from Virginia in the Mr Miller was early colonial days sent to the public schools in his boyhood days and later to an institution' of high as l?ord Seminary repute, known While pursuing his legal studies he taught school for two years, in 1877 and 1878. He secured his lisccnce to practice at Hawesville in the latter year and be- nan his protessionai career ai inai piace fr ".yfehere he remained until 18S8. 1 '"'Earlv in 1888 he removed to Owens boro and entered upon the practice of law, devoting his entire time and attention to his profession. He literally worked himself to death in the practice of his profession, which he so dearly loved, I Mr. Miller was in 1910 appointed general counsel of the Louisville, Henderson and St Louts railroad, succeeding the late James P. Helm, of Louisville Within the past year he resigned this position because of failing health. Mr. Miller is survived by four chil dren, four brothers and three sisters. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from the home, and interment was in Clande Mercer, of Elmwood cemetery. Hardinsburg, attended the funeral. Mr. Carlton Dies in Lovell, Wyo., Thursday. H. T Curlton died Thursday mum ing, April I5, at his home at Luvell, Wyoming. For many years he was a resident of Ureckenriuge county uear Rosetta. He and Mrs. Carlton and their two daughters went West ten years ago and settled at Lovell. He leaves his wife, who was Miss lacy Hardin, one son, C. R. Carlton, and one daughter, Mrs. Solon Carroll, (CopvriRlit.) o Columbus, Ohio. There are fo grandchildren. The funeral and interment took place HIMSELF at Lovell. Mrs. Carlton will return from Lovell with her son to make her home in Louisville with him. Their W. R. Fox, of Union Star, Victim Miss Bettie Lewis, Wonderful address is 684 S. 39th street. The Breckenridge News appreciates of Accident Thursday Leaves Impersonator of Louisville, the notice sent in about the death of Mr. Carlton. His old lrlends in this Wife and Family. Will be at Irvington. county will regret to hear it. olllce. We regret to state, after making a public announcement two or three times, that on account of a special revival service at the M. E, Church la Hardinsburg, our Sunday School Institute, which was planned for that place April 23 and 24, will have co be postponed indefinitely. W. D. 11$ SMITH, President. CHAS. WJOHLER Lectures On Health Here. A series of lectures on Public Health Passed Examination in Govern- - will be given at the Methodist church. The series will open with a ment Engineering and Makes Measles by Dr. Will Milner, lecture on of Union an Average of 99.2 Per Cent. Star, Wednesday evening April 2i, at p. m. Chas. W. llohler has been notified by the Local Board of the United States Civil Service Examiners, Engineers Department at Large, that he had passed the examination for foreman, making a general average of 99 3 per cent. This means that Mr. Bonier will receive a government appointment as soon as there is e vacancy in the ser vice and will get a salary of not less 7:45 The lectures will continue through several weeks, the most prominent physicians of Kentucky appearing on the program. The lectures will be given tor the welfare of the community. Special music will be rendered at these lectures. Everybody invited. I- - ally killed himself Thursday. He went out to kill squirrels and met with the fatal accident The body was taken to his old home at Carbondale, Ky for burial. Mr. Fox was the of Henry Lancaster and since the first of De cember, when he moved to Brecken ridge county, he has been running one Vflliss Moorman Has a Hancock Notes. of Mr. Lancaster's farms. He leaves Wonderful Trip East. Rolla Newton has besn parolled. He his wife, one two year old son. and formerly resided m this county and was two daughters, age sixteen and live years, wife and children return sent to the penitentiary from Daviess ed fromthe Carbondale Friday night. Miss Sarah Dean Moorman, of Glen county on the charge of taking wagons stricken with grief, and the deeoest Dean, who Is attending sympamy goes out to tnem. from the Owensboro Wagon Company has had a wonderful trip to WashingMrs. Mary Murray, of Tar Springs, ton and other Eastern points. She who has been visiting relatives in Hen BONAPARTE AS A CENSOR went with.a party from the college and derson and Evansville, stopped over while at the National Capital the here Monday 011 her return home. She French Emperor Suppressed Almanach de Gotha, Which Mentioned members were entertain d at the was accouipauined by her son, Mr. Mat Deposed Princes. White House by a niece of President Murray. Wilson', who was a Belmont girl. Miss The German Almanach de Gotha Moorman went to Herndon, Va., where Choral Club to Meet. published two editions in 1808, and tho she spent a short time the guest of ' The Choral Club will meet next Mon- first of these, which was suppressed Miss J. Louise Aud. day afternoon, April 26,- at the home of by order of Napoleon, Is now worth Mrs. L T. Reicl. A large attendance considerably more than its weight In gold. The suppression, says the Pall Notice to Stockholders. is requested at this business session. Mall Gazette, took place because the editor had included in the section The stockholders of the Breckenridge to reigning sovereigns a number Miss Settle Owen III. County Fair Association are hereby notiof German princes deposed by the fied to meet at the courthouse in HarMiss Settle Owen, sister of Ike dinsburg, Saturday, May 34, 1915, at 1 Owen, of Glen Dean, is very ill. She French emperor. From that year uno'clock p. m. Very important business. has been confined to the bed three til 1814 the proofs had to bo sub mitted to the French authorities bePlease be present. years fore publication. weeks. She wjll be seventy-siVIC ROBERTSON, President. old the first day of May. The revised edition of 1808 contains a curious collection of portraits. Na poleon figures on the frontispiece with the Inscription: The girls and toys of the Cloverport High School have been trying for some time to get an annual for the school. By many offorts and labor at last they have succeeded in getting enough ad vertisements for the book. The annual will go to press next week. Ward-Belmon- t, x High School Annual. W. R Fox, of Union Star, accident- Miss Bettie Lewis, elocutionist, pub lie reader and impersonator of Louisville, will give a recital at Irvington tomorrow evening, April 22, In the Baptist church. A great deal of enthusiasm has been aroused over her coming to Irvington as her recital will be under the auspices of the Woman's Missionary Union of that place. Some idea of her talents and ac complishments will be gathered from the following notice: "Louisville friends of Miss Bettie Lewis will be gratified to learn of her enthusiastic reception by auaiancoatL,aKeunautacua, N 1 , last week, (August. 1U1O) On Thursday last she gave a reading of Southern negro dialect stories. At the close of the reading, she was presented with many beautiful Mower, Inciuolng a Southern cress made of white and red sweet peas.'' LouUvllle Times. Everybody Is very much interested in the recital tomorrow evening. The admisslou tickets are 2. and 15 cents. HARNED. Miss Maud Smith, of Hardinsburg, than $100 a mouth. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. B, When asked what preparation he had madefo the examination In which so Moorman Wednesday. had failed. Mr. Bolder said. one years of experience." Along with this was honssty of purpose and never shirking his work which secured tor him the retommendations necessary before he could tale the ex amination. Several Cloverport citizens uud others recommended him. Mr. Bohler's friends are glad of his success, but will regret the loss of his services in the good roads building that Breckenridge county intends to start soon with the State aid fund. many "Forty A crowd of our young folks, chaper oued by Mr. and .Mrs. Guy llutler, left Saturday for the Falls of Sinking Creek on a fishing expedition. Mrs. Mary Tucker spent part of last week with her niece, Mrs. R. F. Mat-tingl- y. Rev. C. fill his Ilrtiington left Friday to regular appointment at Franklin's 1 TREAT CANCER QUICKLY. HELLO! What Do You Want? n forma Le bras de Romulus et 1'esprlt de Nnma. The 'subjects of the other portraits are Murat, then grand duke of Berg Alleniangno le volt avec platslr au 1 II a recu pour nous quand de del le Use four pounds, and if it does not give satisfaction return to us and get your Monoy Back. Want you to use just one barrel of McQuady Milling Company's Patent Flour before harvest nombre de ses souvoralns"). Nelson and Pitt Concerning the last two the editor writes: "Time and death have extinguished the feelings of enmity they once Inspired." Holidays In America. Patent Flour, per barrel Golden Grain, per barrel. Corn Meal, per bushel Mixed Feed, per ton $ 7 40 7 00 90 32.00 THE CASH MILL We Buy for Cash. We flust Sell for Cash. 2 We Pay Freight to your station on 400 pounds or more. Give Us a Call McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. The question of whether or not there are too few distinctively American holidays may be debatable but there Is a distinctly American holiday in February Washington's birthday and February Is the shortest month In tho year Mpreover it Is only a few weeks distant from tho universal hol idays of Christmas and Now Year's, while Christmas Is separated by bare ly a month from Thanksgiving. No body can say too much In honor of Lincoln; but Lincoln was born on the 12th of February, a month for the father of his country, so far as holidays are concerned. Lincoln was a thorough American, and no doubt If the proposition of a second holiday in February had been put before him for consideration he would have rejected it without hesitation, on the purely practical ground that one holiday la February is enough. All persons having claims against the estate of Milton Miller, deceased, are requested to prove their claims as required under the statutes mid file same with us at once. All persons indebted to the estate of Milt Miller, deceased, will Owen Helt Maysey. please call and settle. Dora D, Miller, Administratrix, Congratulations are being received or Henry Moorman, by Mr. and Mrs. Owen Maysey on the birth of a son on April 10, at their home Richardson-Triplet- t. in Holt. He will be called Owen Helt Maysey. Melvin Triplett and Miss Maggie Modern surIs neglected. Twin Baby Dies. Richardson, of Constantino, were quietgeons are, therefore repeatedly sucKatie Trent, the twin baby girl, aged ly married April 14, at the home of cessful In removing tho disease once for all As an eminent American one year, of Mr. and Mrs. Lobe Trent, Rev. Wesley Hoskinson. Their many doctor has well said, "It is not surgery, of Dyer, Ky. is dead. She was burled friends wish them happiness and proa, bat delayed surgery, that falls to curs.1 Sunday afternoon. perlty. 1 it li Not Surgery, but Delayed Sur gery, That Fails to Cure." That cancer Is tit first n local growth and not a general disease of the sys tem Is now clearly established. This fact Is of the utmost Importance, since In holds out u high hope of cure If the malignant growth Is removed before It has time to spread to other parts of tho body. Cancer beginning In one spot Inter appears elsewhere, becauso small particles or cells are carried away from the first site and start other growths, uot because there exists previously some poison In tho blood which causes tho disease to break out la different parts of tho body. Tho great hopo of cure, therefore, lies In removing cancer entirely from the system o It has a chauco to spread from Its first foothold. The reason why so many people came to believe that cancer was a blood dlscaso is doubtless becauso It was observed to come ngalu In the samo or other parts of tho body after having been apparently cut out. It was natural to assumo that when the disease kept coming back In this manner there must bo somo causo or taint In tho blood which led to Its breaking out In different places much llko certain skin diseases. Tho trouble which started this fallacious reasoning wns that In those earlier dnys cancer was not so well understood as It now Is. Surgeons then did tho best they know how, but without tho advantages of modern methods they were uuablo successfully to exterminate tho disease. The microscope has now shown us the paths by which cancer culls start their Invasion of tho body tf tho first and local L0DIBURG. Miss Mamie Adkissou was visiting friends in Webster last Friday. Mrs. Adam Ilashaui was visiting Mrs. .Millie Ater, of Webster, last Sunday. Harrison Ashcraft, of Khodelia, was the guest of friends in Irvington last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Henry Lancaster attended the funeral of their W. R. Fox, at Dawson Springs last Sat urday, Mr. and Mrs Joe Fitch, of Cloverport. visited Sirs. Fitch's brothers, Messrs. A. J. and William Keys, last Saturday and Sunday. Ben Singelton, of Union Star, is the guest of his sister, Mrs Elmo Deacon, this week. Want ads. one cent a word. Breck enridge News. son-in-la- Alaska Hardin, of St. Louis, Mo., son of Mr. aud Mrs. II. F. Hardin, of Lodiburg, 011 last Wednesday under- derwent an operation at the St. Joseph's Hospital for appemlccitis. He stood the operation fine. His wife ami sister, Annie Lee, are at his bedside most of the time. He has a good nurse and doctor to attend him. His nurse says he is getting along fine. Cross Roads, in Hardin county. He was accompanied by Misses Evelyn Hruiugtou and Lillian May. Walter Heniiiiiger was in Louisville last week and purchased a beautiful new Ford machine. Alex Carnile, of Kiugswood, died suddenly last Thursday morning of heart trouble, aud was buried at Kings-woo- d cemetery Friday, Miss I.e. and llutler, who has been vis, king relatives at llig Spring, has re turned home. Advertising locals 10 cents a Iine.-3- K Breckenridge News. Mr. Herman Price, who has been Miss Irene Peak, of Kingswood, has returned to his home in Catching, Miss. Duncan Robinson, who has been with McDaniel Milling Co. for the last year is at home for a few weeks. Mr; Sam Cnrdeu, of Irvington, was here on business Monday. Frank Comptou was called to see his sister, Mrs. Davis, who is very ill. vis-iti- Administratrix Notice To Creditors. REAPER OF DEATH THAT TIREDFEELING Do You Continually VISITSJIANCOCK Well Known Feel Slug- gish, Disinterested? Three County If you do, It Is probably caused by People, Two Aged Men and your liver. When the liver falls to One Young Married Woman perform Its functions properly, the system becomes clogged Die Last Week. with poisonous matter, that weighs ALL OPPORTUNITIES of any real worth seldom come the second time. When an opportunity presents itself then is the time to take advantage of it. We are offering you an opportunity to economize your money, your time and your own physical strength. Man is prone to error, but the Case Planters, Cultivators, Disc Harrows and' Campbell Corn Drills do not error. 1 WELL KNOWN PEOPLE. The Hancock Clarion gives accounts of the deaths of three well known people a follows: Mrs. Ilarve Douthltt, aged 37, died at her home on the Hartford road four miles from liawesvllle last Tuesday of a complication of diseases. The funeral services were conducted at the Mt. Kden church Wednesday by Rev. C. bears the Genuine Corley, and the remains were laid to likeness and signature of L. K. Grigs rest In the Mt. Eden graveyard. by, and Is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Insist on Jotin Henderson died at his home, It. For sale by Klncheloe's Pharmacy. near Falcon, Tuesday morning. He had bsen ailing for six years and had ping Friday. retired from active life, but the end Miss Ruth DeWeese and Mr. Louis came rather suddenly. He was born In Hancock county November BO, 1349, Stamp, of Tell City, were quietly mar and lived all his life there. He Is sur- rled In Cannelton at the M. K. parsonvived by only one child, Mrs 1'hll age by Rev. C. K. Ketchem Monday Ayers. The funeral took place on afternoon. After a few days they will at their home in Wednesday with interment at the Hen- go to housekeeping Tell City. derson graveyard. Dr. Albert Griffin died at his home in Lewisport on Saturday nnd the burial took place at Utility on Sunday afternoon. He was born In Daviess counts on a farm near I'hilpot, September 'Ji, lS:i!). He had been ailing and declining in health for several years. He is survived by four children, one sister and three brothers. The religious services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Murrell, and the Masonic Lodge, of Lewisport, escorted the remains to Utility where the Masonic ceremony was gone through with at the grave. you down mentally and physically. The liver gets out of order very easily, and If neglected, chronic trou Don't delay If ble usually results. Vou knowingly lay you feel badly. yourself open to life long pain, when you allow yourself to continue in a run down condition. 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If all the nlr were frozen we should have a perfect vacuum left, but nlr contains what tho chemist calls "traces" of several Inert and hard to freeze gases, two of which are helium and neon. The tiny amount of these rare gases found In the nlr Is. of course, left in tho space, nnd so n perfect docs not nppear. Hut helium has been Ilquelled also. As liquefied helium Is the coldest thing obtainable. It will not freeze any more of Itself. To make the vacuum more complete, however. It was decided to put some charcoal lit the tube. It had long been known that hut charcoal had the power to absorb or "occlude" gases, but little was known about Its power when as cold as liquid nlr. A great surprise was lu store for the first man to try it. however, for It was found that It a great deal more when very cold than when warm. In some cases seven or eight times ns much. 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The Woman's Home Companion Clothes for the Summer Sports Suggestions for girl Graduates About People in the Motion Picture World The New Crusadeabout the Church Aunt Matilda's Double Life Made in America - Vacations '- The May Number on sale at Wedding's Drug Store Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Miss Jennie Meyer, of Vine Grove, Do You Know Your Age and the Year and Mr. McRussell, of Louisville, were Tour dnireiit will refund money U PAZO OINTMENT tails to cure any case of Itching. and Day of Your Birth? dinner guests of J. B. Carter Thursday. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In6 to 14 days. How old nre you? When were you The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Board and born? See If you really know. Sec If your children know how old they are. family went to Flaherty Thursday. Do not laugh at these simple questions HITLS RUN. Rev. and Mrs. Schuyler Shelly, of until you try tho test. Glasgow, passed through Thursday en According to a recent Issue of tho United States public health servlco re- route home. He Slled the pulpit at the Miss Pauline Waggoner, of Irving ports. It Is a common occurrence to And M. E. church on the nth, and took ton, Is visiting relatives here. school children, even high school pu- dinner with Mrs. Dowell. J. B. Smart was In Ctoverport Friday. pils In the Junior and senior years, The Ladles' Aid met the l4th with Mrs. John Miller returned to her who cannot tell how old they nre, or home at Tell City Saturday after a who. If they know their nge. cannot Mrs. Ben Flowers. tell accurately In what year they were B. S. Clarkson, C. C. Martin, I. L. week's; visit with relatives here. born. Morris, Bill Bewley and Van Nelson Herman Waggoner mtde a business Vou will need this Information when went to Louisville Wednesday. trip to Sample and Stephensport Tuesyou apply for u marriago license, or lu registering for voting, or in seeking a Dr. Witt was called to Vine Grove day. government osltlon, or Iu ease you several times last week to see Harry Miss Annie Basham spent Sunday claim that you are heir to a fortune Bewley's (laughter, who Is quite ill. with Miss Maggie Smith. that Is going to some other person. Mrs Sallle Miller and Mrs. Will Rev. Deacon went to Mays Grove Vou may have to go under oath ns to Frank and son, Morris Lee, of New your age when you pay your custom Wednesday to see Jack Nail. Bethel, spent Wednesday with Mrs. duties upon return from your next Mis Bell Ament, of Louisville, is Allen Waggoner. Kuropetin trip. So you should practice. with her brother, John Richardson, for Iu some of our states there Is no Miss Jane Smart was iu Cloverport visit. birth registration, so you way not bo a Wednesday. Tom Stlth, of Stlths Valley, attended prove from the records that nblo to you ever were born. This might be services here Sunday. He and his wife Doan's Regulets are recommended embarrassing to you If you want to have moved to Kkron to live with their by many who say they operate easily, marry In Kurope. son, Arcin. Perhaps the easiest way to remember without griping and without bad after Rev. Deacon filled his appointment your age Is to form some Jingle or effects. 23c at all drug stores. Quarterly rlmo on your birth year. For In- at Constantino Sunday. stance. "In 1S97 little Johnnie em lie meeting for the Big Spring charge was Woes of an Author. from heaven." or "In lSS-'- little Susie held there Monday. "How's your now book coming on?" began to boo." Never mind what the Kd Martin lost a house by fire Sun"Pussably well. The demand Isn't rluio Is, Just so you remember It. and day. It was occupied by Shelby Far what It Bhould be. I mean among purIf, after reaching the ngo of forty, you chasers. And, of course. If peoplo don't wnnt to prove that you uro only twenty-t- row. No insurance. buy book there's nothing In It for Everybody go to 'Sunday School Sun- mo." tho hree years old, Just change the rluiu and perhaps people will bcllevo day, "I sec. By tho way, I'm reading it you when you repent tho Jingle to. Mrs. John Rothllsberger (nee Miss now. Sinks loaned mo a copy that prove your youth. borrowed from Bradley. Ada Durbin), of Mays Grove, spent last Tompkins week with her brother and wife, Mr. Pretty fair story." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Itching, bleeding, protruding or and Mrs Tom Durbin. blind piles have yielded to Doan's J. H. Harned and sister, Mrs. Kate Ointment. 5c at all itoree. Casey, of Vine Grove, spent Friday DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST flHIce Unilrc 8 a. m.ito 1! m. IflllWV IIWHItt) II p. m. to 5 p. m. Always In office during office hours Inlngton, Ky. Motoring Time is Here Get Your Auto Fixed up for Spring. Does it need a New Top? Why not put a Stylish, Body on your chassis? Or let us paint it for you. Ask for up-to-d- ate Special Prices To Close Out Thesis 2 cans corn 2 cans hominy 2 cans gooseberries 2 cans pormontus 8 cans Polk's tomatoes 1 45c , 15c 15c io ;25e 05e can Special tomatoes 7 bars Big Deal Soup 7 bars Clean Easy Soap ..25e 25c Gent's Underwear Men's shirts worth 50o Men's drawers worth 50o 35e 35e Brooms 25o to ..35bl Men's handkerchief So and; 3 pairs ovory-daHI socks Arbucklos coffee io y JAS. BISHOP & Cluirnrt, KHtiiky GO. J. A. MatthewiJ His Bias, Kf. Try a Want Ad. Today ' -- 7 V Germany Not So Hafd Up Says Mr. Tabeling. has 25,000.000 man tt including the need who arc still flowed to draw their pension regnrd- less of the war, and Is just getting "warmed up" for a long fight I the statement of II II, Tabeling of Kssen, Germany, who arrived In Wichita 'Sunday, He declared that tho number of men at the front could he Increased at a minute's notice to any size of an army desired. The homo guards arc training but are not neglecting the work on farms or manufacturing, he WATCH WORTH FULLY $3, Kentucky That Germany asserted, Mr. Tabeling came to Wichita because his cousin, William Tabeling, a street car mortorman. resides here and ho expects to make this city his home. Two days before he left Essen on January 23, his cousin was brought from the front, having been shot The Injured man Is , through the arm. the only one of thirty of his male cousins who has been called to the ' front. Mr. abcllng Is a naturalized American citizen and for that reason his presence In Germany was not desired by military authorities he explained. They did not order him to leave he hastened to say, but because he feared being taken for a spy, he decided to come to America. He spent twenty years in the United States before returning to his native land live years ago. Regarding conditions In Germany, Mr. Tabeling vould say little. He de sired, however, to correct the Impres Is starving sion that "Germany Crops, which are principally rve and wheat, have been taken care of by the home guards and without the aid of women he said. His kin are at homo except the one who was Injured, and he had gone to the front from choice. He asserted that conditions are not normal but because of a well regulated jfancc department, taxes have not ten Increased as much as foreigners have been let! to believe. Exaggerated reports have been circulated about how the war had stopped factories, leaving thousand of men out of work, ' and how people are starving Since the war began, the govern ment officials have taken things In hand and as a result, instead of general consternation there Is harmony and cooperation to an extent never before known among the German people. Mr. Tabeling came to America by He bad little way of Rotterdam. trouble except the necessary "red tape" In getting on a liner of the Rotterdam Steamship company. Officials paid great attention to his naturalization papers, he said, but they were not rejected. r, jfrhe liner upon which he was a was piloted for nearly 500 miles by a German cruiser although the route lay in what Is supposed to be Through glasses neutral water. could be seen whole squads of battle ships in the neighborhood of Rotter dam but the boat was never molested In proof of his statement that Germany is well prepared to "stay In the game." Mr. Tabeling told of the old age pension which the government pays its citizens after they reach Ofi years. The father of H, H. Tabeling Is 70 years old. His pension Is sulll clent for his needs and continues to notwithstanding the fact that the nation is spending many million dollars a day In maintaining the army at the front and as much more In keeping the navy up to lighting trim. Among numerous mementoes which Mr. Tabeling brought with him are three German coins minted in lgi4. He gave them to his cousin for relics. Une coin Is a ten pfenning piece equal to about nine cents, and the other two cents are mat ks. (about twenty-fou- r each.) When asked what he expected to do in Wichita, Mr. Tabeling said he could not work at his trade, wood carving, but that he had had experience as "a salesman of tea and coffee and is looking for employment in that line. He came to Wichita from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he had once been employed, and where a cousin resides. He stopped n New York a week before coming west. William Tabeling started to make a visit to his homo last July but reached New York just In time to learn that war had been declared and all passen ger lists cancelled. Wichita Daily Hagle. come, inest Time-Piec- e in Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? i Result of Famous Medicine. 20, A very AT THE OLD RELIABLE Louisville, April hand some watch Is now on exhibit In this Horse Sense. from eating Is using the horse sense method of cur log itself of some Intestinal troubleNature sometimes fails, so take no chances but go to the aid of nature as soon as you see something wrong with your horse and give It a dose or two of IJ, A. Thomas Stock Hemcdy. If It does not respond at once, this medi cine costs you nothing and its just as sure with cows or sheep. We give you your money back. For sale at Wed ding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. A horse that refrains HILL ITEMS. Tf vnn think vou "e.m't" and vou say you "can i your iauiiiy win re will ncrent It vnnr frllnil naf nthpr npnnlf. will IiaIIai'A it. anil the llrst thing you know you "can't" Lloyd. It-- Mrs. Hillary Hardin, who has been on the sick list, has been recuperating. She reports a most delightful week In the country visiting her brother, Oscar, and sisters, Misses Maggie and Lilly McGavock. She was accompan ied by her son, Julius. Herman Melton has returned to Rockport, where he is working at the button factory. From 2 to 5 Saturday afternoon some of the friends of Mrs. Will Laslie celebrated at her home the annivers ary of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Weisenberg spent last Sunday at Rockport, Ind., where they went to see their daughter, Mrs. Noble. city The watch, which Is the property of . T. Cooper, the noted "Tanlac Man," s valued at SI,liK), maybe a little more rorty seven nawiess cut flia monds are imbedded In its gold case, not to mention Its equipment of pig- Only 46 Banks In the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. d ruoy jewels. Tills beautiful e is exquisitely cmbelishcd with ornamentation of foreign workmanship and contains the finest Swiss movements. It Is really worth seeing. According to Mr. Cooper, the watch came into his possession through the merit of Tanlac. It happened, so he LOUISVILLE, KY. says, about this way: In one of the large cities visited by Mr. Cooper some time ago, the young Opposite Union son of a wealthy jeweler suffered from a complaint which had ballled piysl-clan- s of the city and Kastern special Ists. The boy was anaemic, listless and not at all playful and as lively as the European other little fellows of his own ago. parent said that the child's appeThe tite was irregular, at times ravenous and that he was extremely nervous Solicits putroniifjc of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers and complained of a twitching sensation most of the time Itching of the nose and dizziness were other symp toms enumerated by the jeweler. "He asked me," said Mr. Cooper, "If I thought Tanlac would help his child. In reply, J stated that he could test tho medicine on its own merits. The result was that ho bought Tanlac for his son. "Thinking nothing particularly of the incident, I was a little surprl.ed a few months later to receive, a letter from the jeweler, stating that Tanlac Contains the Following Interesting'Jtems: had relieved his son, who was now rosy and running about like tho rest of Why Some Songs Live the boys and asking me if I would Where Love Comes From a Small token of his apprecia his letter, telling See it at American Theater answered tion.' Why Boys Do Not Leave Home him that while I would appreciate his Livery Woman Can and Should he Graceful gift, the fact that Tanlac had accom GARFIF.LD. plished the right results In his child's Simple Luxuries for The Spring Tahle case was sulliclently gratifying to me. Shortly afterwards, this beautiful Little Louise llrown has been quite You can imagine my sick, hut is reported to he improving. watch came. Last But Not Least surprise. To me tnis gut is mvaiu Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kennedy, of able, because It bears a double mean near Stevensport, nre visiting his par ing." ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy. The famous medicine, Tanlac, can Mrs. Ves Dyer of Uorsley, of Lost In Cloverport at Wed now be bought ding's drug store and in Irvington at Run, is the guest of her granddaughter On Sale At Mrs KgarThoriihill, this week. Irvington Pharmacy. con-blootlme-plSc- Breckinridge Bank. Station I Victoria Hotel Rate $1.00 Bath $1.50 D ..The a Delineator for May 1 J "Smart Styles For Women" dish every April, if they would plant the greens In the early tall. Henry Mav is supplying the market with greens. Mr. May said he has a small patch In the corner of the yard, more than he needs and plently to sell. Henry Burden and daughter, of Sample, spent Wednesday at the home of his brother, Mr. Garlield Burden. Mrs. Will McCoy has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Louisville. Mrs. Ell Cbapln and Cleveland of Hltes Run, spent Thursday with Mrs Jessie Miller. On Monday Mrs. S. Miller, Mrs Mrs, Tom O'Connell and daughters, Wm. ORieley, Miss Nellie Hatley and Mrs Garfield Burden, were guests at the home of Mrs. Simon Beavin. Invest in permanent roofing Get Genasco, made of Nature's everlasting Lake asphalt. TM is a sure and lasting protection against sun, rain, snow, heat and cold. It is won-- , derfully economi cal, fo. Co ne let us show met at the Ruth Lamb last Saturday afternoon, in honor of her ifith birth day, which was Sunday. Mrs. Sarah O'Connell expects to go to McQuady soon, where she contem plates making her home. The family of Millard Arnold are all Improved, with the exception of Mary, who is no better at this writing. Mrs. Jessie Isom. with Mary Irene and Anna Lee Storms, spent Wednes day night and Thursday with Misses Monle and Winnie Isom in the country Miss Anna Edmondson was the guest of relatives in Brandenburg last week, James DeJarnette. of Hawesville, has taken the cuntract for hauling lumber from Tar Fork bridge to the river. It was hauled to the bridge with the expectation of It being loaded on a barge there, but owing to the low stage of water, It had to be taken to the river. Mr. DeJarnette has several teams employed, which has the ap pearance of old times. The Camp Fire girl of home Chamberlain's Cough Remedy For a small beginning the sale and use of this remedy has extended to all parts of the United States and to When you many foreign countries. h.ive need of such a medicine, give SUMPTUOUS EVENING FROCK Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial and you will understand why it has be Evening gown of pale pink golden- come so popular for coughs, colds and rod satin, veiled in white daphne silk, over which Is draped an overdress of croup. Obtainable everywhere. crystal beaded silk net. The gown falls in straight lines from shoulder you how attractive it is. Irvjngton Hardware & Implement Co. Iryinoton, :: Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Comptoti were visiting here last week. Partners are very much discouraged over thier tobacco beds. Some are try ing to save their plauls by watering their beds. Mr. Clarence Hook is head of any of the farmers in our neighborhood in corn planting, being most through with his planting for this year. Mrs. Hook has ibout three hundred little chickens. This will be a good place for early roast ing ears and fried chicken Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carman and Mrs. Joe Slaton, of St. I.ouis, were here with their father, Mr. .Tank Carman in his last sickness fjuite a crowd of relatives and friends met at the home of Mrs. Hetsy Compton Thursday, April 15, in honor of her 94th birthday anniversary. Porty persons took dinner with her, and in the afternoon religious services were held, con ducted by llros. M, P. Complon and J. P. Stinnett. Mrs. Compton received a number of presents, and messages from absent ones unable to attend. Kvery-ou- e expressed themselves as having enjoyed the day, and wished her many more birthdays. Mr. Albert Smith, of Louisville, is the guest of relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs Cell Ilutler and children, of Dig Springs, were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Ilruiugtou Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Steve Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pool and children vis ited their father, Mr. lUra Dowell, and brother, Tom Dowell, and wife last Sun day. Mrs. Minnie McCoy and daughter, Nora, and Mrs. Percy Macy, of Harned, were here last Monday shopping Mr. and Mrs. Lanuie Pool were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison last Sunday. Advertising locals 10 cents a Hue, 6 words to a line. Ureckenridge News Mr. and Mrs. Taylor (lorsley visited relatives at llig Springs last week. Mr. uud Mrs. I. II. Richardson and son, Ralph, were in Louisville part of last week, Mr. Dick Cariuuu has gone to Mat toon, III , for a mouth's visit with his Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Kentucky ONE MILLION PEOPLE IN THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY APRIL 25, 1915 Thure is a Sunday School near you. It is the best place in tlio World to spend tin hour. Hut don't take oar word for it. Try it yourself. Kentucky Sunday School Association CORN AND HAY! If you need either corn or hay in large or will save small lots write or phone us-- we you money. J. B. TAYLOR & SONS, MEADE COUNTY MESSENGER NOTES. Mrs. II. C. Woodson, Jr., nnd children nre visiting her sUter, Mrs. li. B. Ditto, nt Lexington. Hon. J. W. Newman, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor, will speak at Brandenburg Monday Hog JbwIs Mi Greens. aprvad with norched circs. ...i' J I" Thoughtful gardeners may havi tbli Cloverporters ..rn. ';"' art enjoying hog jowl ip the deml-tral- Read the Little Want Ads April 2(1. Uvan Squires, nn uged resident of near Buck Grove, died Monday mornchildren. ing after a long illness. Mr. Squires The members of the Cumberland was highly respected and esteemed by Presbyterian church at Kphesus are re his neighbors. Slncerest sympathy is modeling their church. It will be quite felt for his wife and children. clmrch when finished a pretty, Mrs. P, C. Duvall spent the week Edgar Compton is here the guest of end in West Point. relatives and friends. Rev. D. P. Shacklette was here last week to say the ceremony at the mar-rlaof his nephew, Broadus Neafus. our Miss Gertrude Shumate being the fair bride. Congratulations. Mr. nnd Mrs Adle Kendall, of Webster, returned home Sunday after spending several days with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ullle Board. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements will open a restaurant and Ice cream parlor in Mrs. S. J. Brown's storeroom which was occupied last year by J. I). Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Her nice Shacklette are in receipt of letters from their con, Roy, in Florida, and Auburn, who is in l'ekin. 111. They both expect to visit rr. their parents this summer. Try Job Department Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Oroya's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertlesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. U. tUKDAGh, Editor and Publisher mncd rtvory Wednesday CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 6c for each additional insertion. CAKDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso notify us. which aro several inscriptions. After tho ceremony tho grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Straus climbed along tho stono steps to spell out tho words with their lingers, and recited aloud tho .carved words from Samuel, "Lovely and pleasant were thay in their lives, and in their death they were not divided." This memorial to theso bravo people, will lie an inspiration to all who pass through tho Straus I'arlc. Ida Straus was enabled to escape death by tho road of chivalry which fay "Women and children first." Not only i,hc way they died, but tho way they lived, has brought this memorial in tlioir THE "PRUDENT MAN"SEES 7HAf HIS SON HAS A BANK ACCOUNT honor. The baseball season is at hand and '"What's tho Score" is tho daily greetings of tho fans. Quito a deal of enthusiasm was shown around Hardinsburg and Irvington last year, but Cloverport had no organization. However, interest in tho big leagues is keen here. The lirst nowp many look for in tho daily paper is to sec tho result of tho games and discuss it as regularily as the noon hour comes. Rase-bil- l is a healthy, oxciting game, 'and no one to could object to anything except a Sunday game. What is the use of keeping magazines? Oivo them away while Wo havo ninny Etc., Required by rlmv mo new when iiooolo will bo 'triad to iret them. ' Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, l v t numbers of Harper's Wceklys, which wo will never havo time to the Act of August 24, 1042, of look over again. They aro too old to give away, too good to throw published weekly at Cloverport, Ky., for April I, 1015, away and a heap of trouble to keep. Keeping magazines is a great lidltor, John 1). Habbage, Cloverport, Ky. Managing Kdltor, John D. lo?s in many ways to ourselves and others. Cloverport, Ky. Business Manager, John D. Habbage, Cloverport, Ky. Publisher, John 1). Habbage, Cloverport, Ky. John 1). Habbage, Owner. One million people wanted in tho Kentucky Sunday schools next Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per Sunday. Ono person would have to live more than nineteen thouscent, or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities, None. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distrlb and years to go to Sunday school a million times. If ono million uted, through the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months people can live one more Sunday and go to Sunday school m Kenpreceding the e shown above, I, 600. JNO. D. HAHHAGI5, Owner. tucky, tho great goal will be reached. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of April, 1915. V. G. Habbage, Notary Public A little box of llowors makes tho whole world look beautiful. My commission expires January J.'!, I9I8. 1 Tlie Breckenridge News w This would be a more prosperous community if every father in it would say to his boy: "Son, start a bank account this very week and every dollar you save and put in the bank I'll give you another dollar to put in the bank with it." and if everybody would have SENSE enough to do it. The "PRUDENT" young man who banks his money becomes a PROSPEROUS man. Total Resources including Trust Investments S600.000. Bab-bag- e, d.-.t- HAKE OLD KUHNITUliE SOLO. Several million dollars worth of furniture and art collections of the late J. I'ierpont Morgan are being moved from the Metropolitan Museum of New York. Lovers of antique furniture, cabinet makers and manufacturers, who viewed them for inspiration and ideas, will never see (hem again. The luxurious secretary that was made for Marie Antoinette was one of the two most desirable specimen- of Louis XVI furniture in the world today. There were twenty-twother piece, without question, the most celebrated of their kind and were made for the most extravagant queens and kings, by great artists and artisans. Tho.--c who got a glimp-- c of this wonderful workmanship will ever be grateful to the 'ate .1. I'ierpont Morgan. What is tho pleasure of having anything that others cannot enjoy and why not enjoy what others have, if it is only to look at them with admiring eye?, This uncllish spirit of this rich man was wonderful. He let the world enjoy these wonderful masterpieces of art. People maj', without any fale pride and display, let others enjoy the consequences of their labor. When one has finished their spring improvement?, no matter how inexpensive or great, they should open wide their doors and let others enjoy them. Business men, by talking over their habits of success, may encourage other men to overcome dillicultics. And it was this great magnanimous spirit of Mr. Morgan that the public has got sight of in the loss of this rare old furniture. - The Great Secret Achievement of! It Is lesson nfter lesson with tho scholar, blow nfter blow with tho laborer, crop after crop with the farmer, picture after picture, and mile after mile with tho traveler, that secures what all so much desire. Why Onion Cures Cold. To cat a raw onion is an old remedy for curing a cold, and many have found that it works well In practice. Hut why tho onion should possess this curative property fow havo taken tho time to ascertain; In fact, not ono in n hundred can give the exact reason or reasons. Some may say that the smoll drives the cold away, but that is frivolous. There Is an oil found In the onion. chives, radiih and horseradish that plays an important part in curing tho cold. This oil and the sulphur which Is also contained In these plants have a deadly effect upon the harmful germs that flourish in various parts of the body and are the chief cause of tho common cold. Follow the Worm. A Harvard professor, experimenting with the intelligence of a worm, has discovered that the wriggling invertebrate knows enough, after three trials, to avoid a path that leads to an electric shock ami to take the road that leads to comfort. But vertebrate man will follow tho lane to disaster time after time. He knows that It is the way to ruin. Ho knows that discomfort and disease He at the end, but with that splendid gift of reason and free will, with which he is endowed, he lets- the crawling things of the earth prove their superior wisdom. Philadelphia Public Ledger. - Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. By ORISON SWETT WARDEN. Synillcato.l Hardinsburg, Ky. (CopyrlBht, .McCluru Newspaper A cobbler, o when aolictl how long It takes to become a good shoemaker, answered. "Six years and then you must travel.1' That cobbler had the artist soul. 1 told a friend the story, and ho asked another cobbler the same question: "How long does it take to become a good shoemaker?" "All your life, sir." That was still better he was a Michel Ar.gclo of shoes! Persistency is characteristic of all men who have accomplished anything great. They may lack in some other particular, havo many weaknesses or eccentricities, but the quality of persistence Is never absent from a successful man. No matter what opposition he meets or what discouragements overtake him, he is always persistent. Drudgery cannot disgust liVn, obstacles cannot dlscourago him, labor cannot weary him. He will persist, no matter what comes or what goes; it Is a part of his nature. He could almost I m M 1 I . Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF, I I Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction ...IN... Money, position, Influence these are no match for energy and perseverance. With what delight we read Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter," probably the most powerful romance that ever came from an American pen. It seems impossible that such beauty of diction, such facility of expression and delicacy of touch could be elaborated by any amount of drudgery. But the notebooks df this shyest and most bashful of mortals reveal the secret Drudgery, drudgery, of his genis. drudgery, Is written all over his efforts. Nothing was too trivial for record in his notes. Everything he saw or heard or touched or felt was Imprisoned in his notebook and compelled to pay tribute to his fiction. Thousands of men have been failures in life becauso they did not go quite far enough. They did not quite learn a trade to the point of efficiency; In other words, they stopped just this side of success. The patent office In Washington is full of contrivances which are almost STRAUS MEMORIAL IN NEW YORK. successes; If tho inventors had had tho The Memorial Fountain erected in Straus Parle in New York in perslstcnco to hold on a little longer, memory of Isidor and Ida Straus who lo- -t their lives in tho Titanic they might havo achieved tho longed-fo- r disaster, was dedicated April 15, 1015. Tho bronze statue of a wo. poor.success and died rich Instead of man looking down in tho water, is before a long exedra of granite on A poor hoy started out, determined to visit every olllco and place of business until ho found a situation, no matter how long it might take. After persisting in this for a time which would have utterly discouraged most boys, ho called at an office, where ho was told they never took boys who had had no experience, and was asked who sent him there. The old gentleman was so pleased at the boy's pluck when he told him that he was calling at every ofllco and should continue to do so until he found a situation, that he told him to go homo and write him a letter In his A large and varied collection of Floor Coverings best hand, and ho would see what he could do for him. Many a boy has lost including a situation by bad handwriting, bad spelling, or an unbusinesslike letter. Hut this boy's letter was neat, concise and Intelligent, and he got the situation. He proved valuable and has been with the firm ever slnco. Keep at It, whatever your work may be, with a dogged determination. Set your teeth and Bay, "I will." Let your Col-or- s motto be, "Tenacity of purpose!" When you hear It, It should act on you as the bugle call does on a war horse. Falluro 1b tho final test of persistence and of an iron will; it either crushes a life or solidifies It. If you have not this persistence by naturo, you must cultivate it. With tt you can succeed, you can make difficulties bend, you can make opposition give way, doubt and hesitancy yield to confidence and assurance. Without It the more shining qualities of nature will not Insure your success, and will very likely bring nothing but failure. PROMPTNESS AND PROSPERITY. People have been prompt this spring in putting up screens and preventing the enterance of Hies into their homes, stores, offices, butcher shops and ice cream parlors. Malaria and other illness may be avoided by keeping away Hies, mosquitoes and the best way is through cleanliness. One never knows when a tly lights, it comes and goes with its deadly poison, unseen and unheard. Grocery men should keep everything protected from Hies and people should not buy food that has been exposed to insects and dust. A woman went to a grocery to buy a bucket of lard. Tho lard barrell was uncovered and the Hies and dust were given an unconscious welcome into the snow white substance. Tho lady walked away, refusing to buy the lard. To prevent typhoid fever, malaria and other diseases, people will have to wage war on tho Hy. If tho grocery man, tho butcher and tho confectioner and other business men want to build up their trade, they must do all in their power to keep people healthy. Strong and able bodied men and women are tho ones who buy goods and pay for them. Health leads to prosperity and happiness, and sanitary conditions will bring the lirst. as easily stop breathing. I I Building I Roofing, Material, Building Hardware, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Oils, Lubricating Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, apply Dr. Thorras' Eclectic Oil the household remedy. Twi sizes S5c and SOc at all druf stores. Ancient Corn Mills. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. FLOOR COVERINGS For Living Rooms, Bed Rooms, Verandas, Halls. Theso peculiar rock formations are hand made the most ancient of grist mills for ' grinding American corn. They have been used by the Navajo Indians of Arizona from timo immemorial up to within a comparatively few years. There are 35 to 40 of them in tho group, the lava rock In which thoy havo been cut being especially favorable for grinding purposes. The Navajos, unlike their moro warlike neighbors, tho Apaches, havo been for tho past 00 years a pastoral and industrial race of Indians, cultivating largo acreages of grain and an entire tribe was wont to repair to these mortars near Sulphur Springs, where the squaws would spend several days making meal. Some of the old hangers-oat Sulphur Springs say that years ago there were many pestles or grinding stones lying around tho "mill," but these have all been taken away by travelers as curiosities. Notice All persons having 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 .Standing Seam, 2 V Crimp with Strips, 3 V Crimp with Sticks, 5 V Crimp without Sticks, 2 inch Corrugated, Metal Shingles. Any of tho nbovo 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. n Oriental Rugs, Mattings, Carpets Cloth and Linoleum in and Rag Carpets, Wall Paper, Oil Pretty and Designs. Thought and Action. We build from within, outward, but tho outward growth also sends down Us roots within. We act according to the thoughts we cherish, and yet It is true that our actions have their reflex Influence upon our thoughts. Do you wish to bo bravo and unselfish? Compel yourself to act as If you were, whatever your feeling, and your conduct will havo its effect in strengthening your spirit Do you desiro to be temperate and kind in your judgment of others? Make your speech of that order and a llko habit of thought will gradually becomo yours. Tho way to got anywhere Is to start with the one step possible. Regimental Pets. of tho Canadian regiments took their pets to England with them. In front of ono detachment during the march through Plymouth was a young trooper with tho neck and shoulders of a wrestler, and on his shoulder, playing with his ear, was a tame white rat Another battalion Intends to take Some cap- undersigned ex- ecutor of his estate as required bylaw. The Bank of Hardins- Fordsville Planing Mill Incorporated JAKE WILSON, U Minagtr Fnrrlcuilln IfantnnLu burg & Trust Co. Executor of the estate of B. F. Beard, deceased By PAUL C0MPT0N, M. E, CHURCH, South SUNDAY Cashier SCHOOL, Prices and Qualities will Please You HARDINSBURG. KY. L m Dr. Jesse Baucum PerauuteHl Telephone 5f upens ai 9 a. m. eacn bunuay. I. B.1RICHARDS0N. Garfield, Ky. All visitors and strangers are cordi ally invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, to the front a small black hear tured la the Canadian woods. ' Dentist J Ctoverport, Ky. SuperintenJMt, Dr. W. A. WALKER, Swrttary 96 Breckenridtfe News. WEDNESDAY, Al'K. 31, 1915 Report pf the condition of the BANK OF HARDINS& g, Cloverport Machine W a. rv t s Notb- AilvrrtlcrH plcii.o notify ilio editor when you Wiitit ildvertnement discontinued. The Warm Days Remind One That Entered at tlio Post OflllcontCIoTcrport, Ky an second clasi matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN TRUST CO. Shop (Hast Knd of Iron bridge) ADVERTISING DY THE Knuk doing tmsincsn nt the town of County of llrcckinridge, HOUSECLEANING Is in Order You imv want :t GENERAL OFFICES State of Kentucky, nt the close of business oji I5U1 day of April, 19I5. RKSOUUCKS. $345i42o 36 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un2,845.94 secured Stocks, Itomls and other Se curities 00 Due from Hanks ''9.935 29 16,834.08 Cash 011 hand '.353-5Checks and other cash items . Hanking House, l'uruilurc and l'ixtures (charged off ) 1,799.37 Other Real Kstute Other Assets not included un 408.47 der any of above heads Total $39S,57l 00 Ready For Business This Week General Work, Auto Supplies, and Repairing Machine ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Por JOIt HA NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMCNTS New Rug, 912 Wool Fiber R4TEJ FOR POLITICAL Sale Harness. None But $ 2.50 For Precluct and city Offices $5.00 For County Offices For State nml District Offices f 1&.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line. For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression .10 of individual views per line.... Expert Machinists Employed I. K Oni'M't of double. Imirirv Imr. IHlll )Ull' I'll'! C, '.. I.lRlltflKlt, Auto Painting, Plow Grinding. Our Prices are Right. Tor Sale Cows COK SAM! Two Joey limn. One Imlfer Nye yenr. old due lo oiilve next undone month, lluuli ll:irtl'iwity, (Itiiton, Ky. 1 s - Jersey $7.50 Mull T. F. SAWYER, Mgr. Lock Box 32 dlnshurg, S. C. Black Minorca I!jtrs Por llalcliing ClNIH.K Cotnli llliick Mlr.ori'ii Kircs for 43 liiilchlinr. Kir uilllty purposes $.M per ilttlnxt for fancy purges S.I..V) per Mttlni;. SiHIsfiictloiiBtiitriimcen. I'ldl McUury, liar, ICy. Runners, 27 in. v9 feet $8.50 Rugs, 27 x 54, 98c up; Mattings 12Jc to 25c yard; Floor Oil Cloth, 1 to 2 yards wide; Linoleum 2 wide. Window Shades, Scrim, Lace Curtains 50c pair up; Door Panels 25c up. LiAnii,mi:s Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. EffeclivelMarch No. 143 Clovcrport, Kentucky 15, 1915. SlilSA. M .I0MI1 A. M. 12:10 I'. 4:.VJ No. Arriving Irvlnnton Arriving Iiulivllle will leavo Clovcrport Arriving Irvliiifton. Airtvlng Louisville No. 11(1 will lenvoClovcrLort. Arriving Irvington EAST 110UNI) will leavp Clovi-rport..- Capital Stock paid in, ill cash . 5o,ooo.oo 'JS.ooo 00 Surplus I'und Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid.... 10,040 4S Deposits subject $II5.587-2to check Demand Certificates of Deposit l9.9l3.9'3io,53o.52 3 For Sale. Cloverort, Ivy. LOT No. 201 In Sixth trrft.Stiillmiin llros., I'lieup. Write Clieutiult. Ky, Wanted Salesman VVANTKI) for llreckliirldgt county Rules- " inuii wltliMirni) knonlidue of iiulonio- lilln Ml 1)1)1 los. Toeiirn from 21.00 n dnv mi m'IIIiik purcliiislnit contractu. Itererenccs required. Write Kentucky Auto Supply Co., SINS. Third Street, Louisville Kentucky. "UK I'll mous Mt. .1. A Good Cup of Coffee Ill .. 3:1 7:40 ., 5:07 5:51 . . Arriving Evnmvlllu Arriving St. Loulj. No. 113 will leavo Clovcrport. Arriving Owtmtmro .. . Arriving Henderson , Arriving Evansvllle No. 113 will leav Clovcrport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson. Arriving Evanivlllo Arriving St. Louis No. 14" will leavo Clovcrport .... Arriving Owensboro. Arriving Henderson .. WEST BOUND No. ill will leavo Cloverport. Arriving Owensboro Arriving HrndcrMin . County of Ilreckinridge J We, M. D. Heard nnd Paul Comptou, President and Cashier of the above Mi named Dank, do solemnly swear that the 12:01 P. SI. 1S:.V P. M, above statement is true to the best of our :2II l' M knowledge and beTief. 7:13 P . SI M. D. II HARD, President. 7:54 P . M I'AVL COMl'TON, Cashier H:3ftl' . M. Subscribed and sworn to before me l:Si P . M 10:13 P . M. this 20th day of April, I915. 11:331 . M. Henry Dellaveii Moorman, 1B:4SA . 31 Notary Public Ilreckinridge Co , Ky. l:3HA.M. My commission expires l'ebruary 8, 2:03 A. M. 7:40 A.M. Correct Attest: li:S0A. M. C. V. KOHHRTSON, 7:lil A. M A. M. KINCIIKLOE, 9:00 A. M Directors. I', P, P, A A, Total '.?398.57-1 Makes People Cheerful Golden Sun ColTcc Stands Supremo. Packed in uir tight canisters State of Kentucky, Set. For Sale Joseph Sweet Cider. S.Tinlus. Holt. Ky. Thoroughbred 0. See 35c per Pound Other Coffee or High Qualify 1. C. Pigs thoroiiKhlired O. 1. C. Silver & Co. herd of prize winner pit's, cltlicrscx, for jlOeaolisSmoiitlis old. O.ill on or address. .1. lluitRlns, Lcltch Held. Ky. For Sale Colt HAM'Klevcii Liu from L. II. 1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Tor Sale Pure Bred Orpliinjjton Eggs SAM! Pure t red Ituir OrphltiRton I haniil" these fowls exclusively. 81.00 per settlt B of 15 cars. This Is a llvn mid let live price, not put up on account of the war. Jessu II. KskrldRc, llnrdlnsliurir, Ky. FOll Delicious Tea PftOMPT DELIVERY Wyandotte Cheiuiult, Ky. Prrs, CLOVERPORT'S full "lock Kens for Ilmvoat SI. DO por White WyandotteMuniiluj:, setting, Mary r. rersonai b ciuaeo. raragrapns r Clearance Sale of Shoos I tan, patent ffA m ting. Return to Breckenridge News office and receive reward. Cloverport people in Louisville: Mrs. Larkin Gibson, Mrs. Chas. Hamman, Mrs. H. V. Duncan, Mrs. F. M. Smith. Announcements Allen Al. Kingsbury, Telephone 74.J STATH OFFICES 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- - For (lovcrnor We aro Free education on contagious diseases will be given at the Methodist church. Special music. Come everybody. Mrs. C. L. Beard and children went to Louisville Monday to meet her husband who is returning from a trip to S Cloverport, Ky. authorized to iiunouncu leather; regular price, $2.00, $3.00 and $3.50; will go at ties will go 50 pairs of ladies' pumps, black and Fred Fraizc went to Cincinnati here Saturday. Mon- r (Popular Priced day. O. W. Sanders, of EvaDSville, was Florida. J. Brashear and daughters, CaroMrs. T. I Sawyer, line and Bessie Lee, visited their aunt, Wanted boarders Mrs. Barney Anspauch, of Rome, Ind., Cloverport, Ky. B. Randall has returned home last week. Jas. from New York City. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Odewalt went to Louisville this week. Miss Bettie Webb, of Glen Dean, was in Louisville Wednesday. C. P. Maysey, of Stephensport, was ,dji-- Louisville Wednesday. Mrs. Samuel Berry and Mrs. George Chris spent Friday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kendall, of Webster, went to Rock Haven Wednesday. Mrs. H. A. Oelze, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oelze were in Louisville last week. Roscoe Severs, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. D. II. Mrs. E. H. j Louisville and Return ( Sunday, April 25, 15 returning Special train leaves Louisville at 7:09 a. m. April 85, 1915, 8:30 p m. Miller has come from Stephensport to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Ferry and Mr. Ferry. Walter Smart has returned to his home at Roosevelt, Arizona, after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Smart. Mrs. V. B. Neuting and three children, of Owensboro, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mattingly, at Glen Dean. Miss Jane Smith will go to Louisville today to be the guest of her schoolmate, Miss Grace Tiimball, at the Seelbach Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson and son, Ralph, of Garfield, motored to Irvington Wednesday and caught the fast train for Louisville. Handsome pattern hats especially suited to the demands and taste of Cloverport women. Also a large as sortment of classy shapes. Prices from $1 to $10. Nice lot of women's waists, tub silks and lace combination waists In hand embroidered effects. Just as pretty as you can get in Louisville and better values, $1, $2.50 and $3. Mrs. Edward Oglesby and Mrs. Moorman left Monday for Mt. Sterl ing to see their sister, Mrs. Carrie Chick, who has been partially parn-lizeMa-nid. August Primary. Wo are authorized to unir unce ii. v. .muciii:sxi:v of l''rankfort. Ky., us n candhhito for Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratic party. Primary election, August 7, 1U15. We are authorized to announce A.C. STANLEY as u caedldate for (lovernor ot Kentmky subject to the action ot the Democratic Party August rrimary. We are authorized to announce II. II. CIIEURV as a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic Party August rrimary. For Lieutenant-Governo- r We are authorized to announce JUDUFJ JAMES D BLACK of Itarliorvllle, Ivy., as a candldatt for Lleutenant-Oove- n or of Kentucky subject to the action ot the Democratic Party In II. W. HOSWOltTII as n candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the I)Hmor,itle Party, ot Children's shoes and slippers, $1.50 val- fn at $1.25; $2.00 values will go at $l0S Come at Once; Shoes on sale today until Saturday. "Ye Old Time Comfort Shoes" for women. Will cure corns. They also have style J)Z.t)U and beautv. Prices $l".50 to fa Special train leaves Cloverport I 1 Men's Shoes, New Spring Lines, Prices $3.00, $3.50 to I CONRAD Fare From Cloverport Round Trip Primary Election. August mil. i SIPPEL, The Shoe Man i e Cloverport, Kentucky ACCOUNT OF $4.00 e $1.25 Severs. William Glasscock, of McDaniels, is visiting his son, J. H. Glasscock, of Harned. Mrs. James Skillmau, of Louisville, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. The friends ol Iris Ball in this city will regret to learn of his illness itt his home at Wolf Creek. Mrs. Docia Harper, of Harned, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Matthews, at Glen Dean. Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman, of Morgunfield, is visiting Mrs. Kirtley Cleveland in Versailles. Henry Burden and daughter, Miss Jessie Lee, of Sample, have been the guests of relatives here. Mrs. George Bentley, of Hawesville, Lost Brooch, topaz and pearl set- - w.is here yesterday the guest of Mrs. will Mrs. Bentley James Cordrey. leave Monday for Cruger, Miss., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Llghtfoot Miller. All who have had their hats trimmed Do to order at Miss Evelyn Hicks' are en thusiastic over their beauty and style, Miss Hicks is showing splendid values It is every boy 's desire to be in new hats this week. See them. the possessor of a good pocket Sam Carden, of Basin Springs, was knife. Men, too, do not want in Hardlnsburg Monday delivering his to carry a knife that hasn't the school census report. His report shows 40 children of school age, an Inciease right kind of metal in it. of four over last report. Miss Bulah Payne will teach the school in his dis- First Sumptuary Laws. Wo ard authorized to announce Laws regulating eating, drinking PAI'L IIASIIAM and dressing nro almost as old as his- us a candidate for Circuit Clerk of nrccken. tory Itself. Nothing like exactness ridge county, subject to the action of the Republican can bo reached lu the matter, but It Is gust 7. mia. party. Primary election, Au safo to say that it was In Egypt as far back ns 3000 II. C. that the llrst practical sumptuary statutes were passed. Among the Komans they llrst appear ed In the celebrated "twelve tables. In modern times Charlemagne was the pioneer In sumptuary legislation. :For For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce S. II. PAYNE of Irvington, as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Breckenridge countv. subject to tho action ot the Itepuhllcan Party, lu Primary Electlor.. August, lllll. Excursion Rates to Louisville "Kentucky Educational Association'' SPRING SUITS Dates ot Sale: April 20, 21 and 22. Return limit April 27, 1915. Fare From Cloverport to Louisville, Round Trip t MEN and BOYS Base Ball Excursion ! Louisville,Ky Orders Filled Promptly Telephone 70-- $2,50 BERRY & MORRISON Clnvernnri. k'v. The Best Flour Made You Know Knife? a Good V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages and Instru ments of Writings drawn up and acknowledged A Timesaver. Diamond Dust tho Hour that is fust in purity, lirst in quality and (irst in economy. Housewives huvo found that it "Saves all Ingredients." $1.25 sow, Apr. 25 Via Stephensport Roller Mills, Keen Kutter Knives trict. Prussian Versailles. Potsdam la tlio Prussian Versailles It was and contains four palaces. founded by tho great elector of Brandenburg, but owes most of Its splendor to Frederick tho Great, whose apartments, which aro shown to visitors, remain almost osactly as they were when he was alive. Among the most interesting treasures Is a copy of Frederick's works annotated in the handwriting of Voltaire. Th are made of the best steel and Select any are guaranteed. kind you like and we stand back of it with an iron clad guarantee. Prices From 25c to $1.00 Those envelopes with the fronts nro crent time savers, aren't they?" 'You het they nre. When I cet one of them I never have to hother to open I know rlRlit nwny It's n bill." It. Detroit Free I'ress. glass sXt", The Breckenridge News the only medium in Breckinridge county through which you can reach "all the people" is L.H.&St.L.R'y. Leaies Cloverport Arrive Louisville Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store 7:09 a. n. 10:00 a. m. Hit Trade. 'I Imvo n friend who Just marries for money." "How dreadful!" "Why so? He's n Justice of the pence." St. Louis I count him n great man who Inhab its a higher sphere of thought, Into which other men rise with labor and Cltvarpsrt, : : Kentucky Try the "Want" Column Retired! Leaves Leeltvllle 8.30 dill culty. Emerson. WITH OUR WANT ADS." Million Dollar Mystery CHAPTER XVIII. The Masked Ball. Hint Is to sny, about the tlmo tho Mack Hundred wna stretching out Its powerful secret arms toward Norton Micro arrived In New This person York city a personage age was tho Princess Parlova, n fabu lously rich Polish Russian She leased a flno houso near Central park and set about to conquer social New York. This was not very dllllcult, for her title was perfectly genuine and sho moved In tho most exclusive diplo matic circles in Huron? which as everybody knows Is the most brilliant When the new homo in the world was completely decorated, sho gave an elaborate dinner, and that attracted tho newspapsrs They began to tnlk about her highness, printed portraits of her, and devoted a page occasion ally in the Sunday editions She be camo something of n rage One morn ing It was announced that tho Princess Parlova would give a masked ball to formally open her homo to society and it was this notice that tirst brought the Prlnceso Parlova under Drnlne's eyes Ho was at tho Perigoff apartment at the time "Well, well!" he mused aloud "What Is it?" asked Olgu. turnin away from the piano and ending one of Chopin's mazurkas brokenly. "Hero is the Princess Parlova In town." "And who Is she?" "She is tho real thing, Olga; a real princess with vau estates in Poland with which tho greedy Slav next door has been very gentle." "I haven't paid much attention to tho social news lately What about About The "I confess," she began, "that I neither your face nor your namo. I am sorry. Whoro havo I had the honor of meeting you before?" "You havo never met mo before, Olga your highness," answered sweetly "you camo on a charity errand then?" "That depends, your highness Will you bo so good as to. glanco at this"'' Olga risked, holding out her palm upon which tho talisman lay. Tho princess shrank back, paling 'Uhcro did you get that?" she panted 'From the head," was tho answer. "And you have followed mo from itussla?" whispered tho princess, her terror crowing. "Oh, no. The Mack Hundred Is as ctrongly organised hero is In St PeHut we always keep trad: tersburg of ola members, especially when they stand so high In tho world as your'Hut was deceived and betrnyed!" "They urged exclaimed tho princess me to Join on tho ground that the organization was to attempt to bring about tho freedom of Poland ' "You wore rich, Olga shrugged highness Tho Ulacli Hundred needed money. ' 'And you need It now?" eagerly, believing that she saw a loophole Hew much? Oh, I will give a Hundred thousand rubles on your promise to leave me alone. Tell me! ' "I am sorry, your Highness, but I havo no authority to accept such an Indeed, my errand is far from offer All tho Hlack Hun being expensive. dred desires is four invitations to this ball which you are soon to give, That Bhould not cause you any alarm We shall not interfere with your so lourn in America in any way what t ouvur, provided these Invitations aro issued. You would rob my guests?" horrl-".e1 this tlmo self ' he questioned. "I think It was very kind of the I've forgotten how to net" "I believe that. We've been In horo Perigoff suggesting your Countess you haven't told name and that of Florence," said the for five minutes nnd mo that you love mo." butler urbanely And his arms "Good heavens!" "Olga?" cried Florence, disappoint went around her so tightly that she edly. quarter, "It Is tho only logical deduction I begged for "How strong you are!" can make," declared Jones. "They nre Tho splendor ot tho rooms, tho dazboth practically Russians." zling array of Jewels, the kaleidoscopic "And what would you advise?" colors, tho pcrfumo of tho banked asked Norton. flowers nnd tho music all combined "Why, go and enjoy yourselves, to put Florenco Into a pleasurable Forewarned Is forearmed. Tho thins kind of trance. And It wns only when Is, be very careful not to ncqimfnt first waltz began that she became any ono' with the character of your tho herself nnd surrendered to the arms disguise, least of all the Countess of the man sho loved. Perigoff. Resides," Jones added smil And they were wnltzlng over a voling, "perhaps I may go myself." cano. She know and he know It. "Moody! I've read about masked From whnt direction would tho blow balls nnd havo f.lways been crazy to come? Well, they wore prepared for go to one," said Florence with eager all manner of tricks. ness. In an nlcovo off tho ballroom sat "Suppose wo go at once nnd pick Hraine and Olga, both drcsecd exactly out sonin costumes?" suggested Nor like Newton nnd Florence. Another ton. man and woman entered presently "Just as soon as I can get my hat nnd Hraine spoko to them for a mo on," replied Florence, happy as a lark, ment, ns If giving Instructions, which "But mind," warned Jones; "be sure t.s indeed the ense. that you sco the costumcr alone and Tho band crashed into another that no one else Is about." dance, and the masqueraders began "I'll take particular care," agreed swirling hither and thither and yon. Norton. "We've got to do some bus A gay cavalier suddenly stopped In Ming to find something suitable. For front of Florence. "Enchantress, may I havo tho pleas ure of this danco?" Jim touched Florence's hand. But L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, health jj insurance. Old Reliable Companies I Thy late. Agreed Upon Two Modest Ones. "Positively no! Hero Is a list of Invite them; that 13 all our names you have to do. Not so much as a silver spoon will be found missing This 13 on my word ot honor, and I never break that word. If you please. ' Gle 1110 tho list,' said the princess, wearily "Who gave you that ring?' "Tho head. "In Russia?" "No: here in America " Olga dipped Into her handbag and produced a slip of paper. This she handed to the prluccbs. "Here Is the list. Highness. ' "Who is Florence Hargreave?" "A friend of mine, ' evasively. "Does she belong to the organization." "No." "Thea you hnve some ulterior purpose In having mo invite her?" "I nave," auswered Olga sharply: "but that does not concern your highness In tho least" The princess bit her Hps. "I see your name here also; a man named Hraine, and another, Norton." "Say at once that you do not care to execute the wishes the commands of the order," said Olga coldly. "I will do as you wish. And I beg you now to excuse me. Hut If any thing happens to any of my personal 'Well?" haughtily from Olga. "Well, I will put the matter In the hands of the police." 'But so long as your personal friends are not concerned?" '1 shall then of necessity remain deaf and blind It is ono of the pen alties must pay for my folly. I wish vuu good day." 'And also good riddance," mur mured Olga under her breath aa sho rose and started for the hallway. Thus It was that when Norton went to tho ofilco the next afternoon he found a broad white envelope on his Indifferently he opened the desk. sani" and his eyes bulged. "Princess I'ailova requests' and so forth and so on Then no shrugged. The chief had probably nskoc for the Invitation and he would have to write up tlia doings, a phaEo of reportorial work eminently distasteful to him. He went up to tho city desk 'Can't ou llnd some ono else to do this stuff'.'" he growled to the city editor. Tho city editor glanced at the card and crested envelope. "Good Lord, man! Nobody In this office had anything to do with that. What luck! Our Miss Hayes tiled all manner of schemes, but was rebuffed 011 all sides. How the deuce did you chance to get ono?" "Search me," said the bewildered Norton. "If I were you I'd sit tight and tako It all In," advised the editor. "It's going to bo the biggest Bplurge of Its kind we've had In years. We've been working every wire we know to get Miss Hayes inside, but It was no go. This princess Is not onto the game yet. In this country you get Into or you don't through the Sun- Now, the chauffeur!" Hut the chauffeur swore on his oath that tic had left Jim and Florenco on the steps of the porte cochere, "Get In!" said Jones to Norton, now fully alive He could not get It out of his bead that somo one in the houso she turned laughingly toward the had drugged him. The events which followed were to stranger. What difference did It make? The man would never know both Jones and Norton something like who Bhe was nor would sho know n scries of nightmares. In the now him. It was a lark, that was all; homo of the Princess Parlova a bomb nnd despite Jim's warning touch she exploded and fire followed tho explosion. From pleasure to terror Is only a step. The wildest confusion ImagMost of the guests inable ensued, were of tho opinion that some anarchist had attempted to blow up tho house of tho rich Pole. Jones and Norton arrived Just as tho smoke began to pour out from tho windows A crowd had already collected. Then Jim overheard a woman mas- querader say: "Tho fool made the bomb too strong. She Is In tho room on the second floor. The game Is up " If she suffocates The voice trailed off and the woman became lost In the crowd. But It was ;nough for the reporter, who pushed his way Notice.l All persons having claims against the estate of Wilson Pile, (colored) will deceased, please present the same to the under signed executor of his estate, as required by law. her?" "She Is giving a masked ball to for- mally open her house on the West side And it's going to cost a pretty penny." "Well, you're not telling me this to make me want to know the princess," said Olga. petulantly. "No But I'm going to give you a letter of introduction to her highness." There Was a Secret Exit. a big affair like this the town will be "Invite Them In; That Is All You Have to Do." ransacked. All aboard! There's room for two in that car of mine; and we was up and away like the mischievous can have a spin besides. Hang sprite that she was. Jim remained work!" in his chair, twisting his lingers and Florence laughed, and even Jones wondering whether to laugh or grow permitted a smile (which was not angry. After all, he could not blame grim this time) to stir his Hps. her. To him an affair like this was an A happy person is generally unancient story; to her it was the door Two happy persons to- of fairyland swung open. Let her enobservant gether are totally unobservant of joy herself. what passes around them. In plainer Florence was having a splendid terms this lack Is called love. And being frankly in love with each other, time. Her partner was asking all sorts ot questions she neither Norton nor Florence observed kind, when and ot was replying In the crowd came that a taxlcab followed them into Norton (as out she supposed), who touched town. Jones, not being in love, was bowed keenly observant; but the taxlcab her arm. The cavalier stopped, made off. took up the trail two blocks away, so and Norton whispered: "I have made an the matter wholly escaped Jones' eye. important discovery. We must be oft The two went Into several but eventually discovered a at once. Come with me." Florence, without the least suspicion shop on a side street that had been overlooked by those Invited to the In the world, followed him up the masquerade. They had a merry time broad staircase. What with the many rummaging among the camphory sounds it was not to be wondered at that the difference in the quality of smelling boxes. There were dominoes of all colors, and at length they agreed voices did not strike Florence's ear as odd. The result of her confidence upon two modest ones that were was that upon reaching the uppor evenly matched in color and design. halts, opposite the dressing rooms, she Florenco ordered them to be sent was suddenly thrust into a room and home. Then the two of them sallied made prisoner. When the light was up to tho and had tea. turned up sho recognized with horror Tho man from the taxlcab entered the woman who had helped to kidnap tho costumer's, displayed a detective's her and tako her away on the Georgo shield and demanded that the pro- Washington weeks ago. She could not prietor show him tho costumes se- have cried out for heln U sho had lected by the two young people who tried. had Just left. Tho man obeyed Meantime Jim got up and began to wander about la search of Florence. "I want a pair exactly like these," Hraine played a clover game that said the detective. "How much?" night. Ho nnd the Russian, still dom"Two dollars each, rental; seven inoed like Norton and Florence, orapieco If you wish to buy them." dered the Harcreavo auto, bv num "I'll buy them." ber, entered It and wero driven up to Tho detective paid the bill, nodded the porto cochere of the Hargreave curtly, and returned to his taxlcab. house. The two alighted, tho chauf"Now, I wonder," mused the feur sent the car toward the garage, "what the dickens those Inno- and Bralne and his companion ran cent looking young people are up to?" lightly down the path to the street Ho never found out. whore the cab which had followed On the night of the ball Norton picked them up. It grew more and more evident to dined with Florence for the first time; nnd for once In his life he experienced Jim that something untoward had that petty disturbance of collective taken place. He could not find Flor thought called embarrassment. To ence anywhere, In the alcoves. In the talk over war plans with Jones was one thing, but to have Jones serve side rooms, the supper or card room. All Later, to his utter amazement, he was soup was altogether another. through dinner Jones replied to ques- Informed that the Hargreave auto had tions with no more and no less than some time since been" called and its "Yes, sir," and "No, sir." Norton was owner taken homo. Some one had beginning to learn that this strange taken bis place! His first sensation was Impotent mau could put on a dozen kinds of armor and always retain his Individ- fury against Jones, who had permitted uality. And tonight there seemed them to play with fire. He flung out something vaguely familiar about ot the mansion unceremoniously, comthe ImpaBslve face ot the butler, as mandeered a cab, and flew out to And when Jones came to tho If he had seen It somewhere In the past, but could not tell when or door he was staggering with sleep. "What's the matter with you?" deAs he and Florence were where. leaving for tho automobile which was manded Jim roughly. "Whero's Florto take them to tho princess', the truth ence?" "Isn't she with you?" cried Jones, came homo to him with tho shock ot tho drowsia doucho of Ico cold water. Under making an effort to dispel suddonly. his breath he murmured: "You're a ness. "What tlmo Is It?" "Midnight! Where is sho?" wonderful man, Jones; and I take my "Midnight? I've boon drugged!" hat oft to you with the deepest admiraWithout a word Jones staggered oft tion. Hong mo!" "What are you mumbling about?" to the kitchens, Jim at his heels. There was always hot water, and asked the happy girl at his side. was within five minutes Jones bad drunk mumbling? Perhaps I "Was I strong coffee. going over my catechism. I haven't two cups ot raw "Drugged!" be murmured. "Some been out n society. In 11 lnB that one jn the house!. JJJJ attend to' that r, roughly through tho excited masqueraders and entered the house. The rescue was ono of the most exciting to bo found In the newspaper files of the day. So Hraine In his effort to scare everybody from the houso had overreached himself onco more. (To be Continued) The Bank of Hardins-bur- g & Trust Co. Executor of the estate of Wilson Pile, deceased. By PAUL C0MPT0N, Cashier FEEDING ENSILAGE Dr. R. P. Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office "Oh!" "And you aro going to ask her to Invite two particular friends of yours to Mils wonderful ball of hers." "Indeed," ironically "That sounds AND DRY ROUGHAGE Success Depends Upon Producing Most Milk at Least Cost Safe Rule to Follow. No fixed rule can be laid down to feeding that will apply to all cows alike; and yet success depends upon procuring the most milk at the least cost, from each cow In the herd. Cows must be fed to their full capacity, to obtain the best results, but there Is as great necessity not to overfeed as there Is not to underfeed. Care should be exercised not to feed too large an amount of grain to proportion to roughage. A safe rule to follow is to feed twice as many pounds of roughage as of grain. If the cow will eat ten pounds of grain food and 20 pounds 'of roughago there will bo little, If any, danger of her going off her feed. When feeding ensilage It Is safe to estimate three pounds of ensilage to ono pound ot dry roughage. As a rule tho kinds of roughage that havo the greatest protein content will bo found preferable to carbonaceous forago a.nd fodder plants. all very easy." "Easier than you think, my child." "I will not have you call me child!" "Well, then, Olga." "That's better. Now, how will It be easier than I think?" "Simply this, the Princess Parlova Is aa oath bound member, but has not ben active for years." "Oho!" Olga was all animation now. "Go on!" "You Will go to her with a letter of introduction no! netter than that, 70a will make a formal cali and show her this ring. You know the ring," ho said, passing tho talisman to the collates. "Show this to her and alio will obey you In everything Sho will have no alternative." ' And "Very good." replied Olga then tho program is to insist that siiu Invite Florence ana that fool of a to this ball Then what?" "You can leave that to me." "Haven't all these failures been a warning?" "No my dear I was born optimistic: but there's a Jinx. somewhere in one ot inv pockets. Time after tlmo I've had everything Just where 1 wanted it, cml then poof! It's pure bald luck en their side, but sooner or later tho wheel will tuin And any chance that offers I am bound to accept Somehow or other wo may bo able to trap Florence and Norton. I want both of them If I can get them snugly away, Jones will be forced to draw In Hargreave." "Is there such a man?" "You saw hlra that night at the restaurant " "I havo often thought that perhaps I just dreamed It." Sho turned again to the piano and began bumming idly. "Stop that and listen to me," said Bralno, not in qulto the best of "I'm In no mood for whims." "Music does not sooth your soul, then?" cynically. "If I had ono It might You will call on tho Princess Parlova tomorrow afternoon. It depends upon you what my plans will bo. I think you'll havo littlo trouble In getting Into tho presence of her highness, and once there sho will not bo able to resist you." "I'll go." And go sho did. The footman In green iivory hesitated for a moment, but tho title on tho visiting card was qulto Butllclcnt Ho bowed tho countess Into tho reception room and went In search of his distinguished mistress. The Princess Parlova was a handsome woman verging upon middle age. She was a patrician; Olga's keen eye discerned that Instantly. Sho came Into tho reception room with that dignified serenity which would have Impressed any ono as genuine. She held the card In her fingers and smiled toward, her guest.. tom-per- Trtnt & Walls' Limy Slibl. Prepared to Treat all AnimaC Diseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours friends" DR R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg, Ky. 000 Walls & IOE3 Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : WEANING THE PIGS IS NOT DIFFICULT aoi 9M ) ooo aoo Ky. Little Fellows Should Be Given Sufficient Food to Make Them Independent. If the pigs havo been properly managed for the first month after they begin to eat, and are taking feed in amounts sufficient to make them more or less Independent of tho sow's milk, weaning will not be a difficult matter. The time to wean will depend on the way the pigs aTe eating. If they are not thoroughly accustomed to a grain and skim milk ration the time must be delayed. If tho bow Is not to be bred soon there Is no harm done by letting the pigs run with her until tho age ot twelve weeks or longer. Breeders differ widely as to the age at which pigs are weaned. The majority wean at six to ten weeks; somo wean earlier than this. A considerable number let the pigs run with tho sow until her instinct tells her that they nre old enough to shift for themselves. If tho sow Is taken away and Is still milking sho may bo returned to the pigs once a day for two or three days until drying off is complete. I We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. L a. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay tbs poitage both way on fkjo. all package! flnt-cla- or over, work is guaranteed Prompt deliveries la sanitary package!. Will credit yoa upon reference. Write for Information. Hotter, till, (end trial bundle. Office! : 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE, KY. days." - ing nwny. Ho would go out and see Florence. On tho way out to IUverdalo he came to tho conclusion that tho list of tho princess fell short and some friend of his who was helping the woman out suggested his name. It was the only way ho could account for It. Hut when he learned that Florence had an Invitation exactly like his own and that sho received It that morning be became suspicious. "Jones, what do you think of ltT" 'Hanged If I know who wished this thing on mo." "Tako It philosophically," said the editor sarcastically. "The princess won't bite you. Sho may even have seen your picture" 'Get out!" grumbled Norton, turn The CarefulMan. nf Hnrfllnchnrnr anrl 'IV.at Company has Installed a series of ad TVlR Tlftnk To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTBLESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula ia printed on every label, allowing i ia Quiaiae and Iron in 'a tasteless tons. The Quinine drlvea out malaria, the Irea ball da up the iftaaa. so ctate vertisements entitled "The Careful Man," which will be a stlmulous to people who are inclined to be reckless with finances. The careful man ap predates the careful bank which Is jrif, The Bank of sjardjnsjbjrgMfl Trijjj Company. MEADOW LARK EATS MANY FARM PESTS Ten Weeks In Bed Physician Failed Eminent 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 necks when I began the use of Swamp-Hoo- t Inside, of twenty four hours I could see that I had been greatly benefited. I continued to use Swamp-Hoo- t until I had used several bottles when I really felt that my old trouble was completely cured and I am positive that any person suffering with kidney or liver trouble can be cured by the use of this preparation. I am now In the best of health, better than I have been for ten years or more. I do not know how to express myself as strongly as I desire, in fa vor of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koo- t, as I am sure that it saved my life and that my good hdalth is due entirely to this great remedy I heartily recommend It to every sulTercr and am confident they can be benefitted as I have been. It is a pleasure for me, gentlemen, to hand you this recommendation. MRS H. J PRICK, 1406 Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio Personally appeared before me this 13th of September, 1900, Mrs. II. J Price, who subscribed the above state ment and made oath that the same true in substance and in fact. R. A. Letters to Dr. Kilmer & Co. 'Ilnghamton. N. V. LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY BUYING A r WORK HORSE. where now stands the growing city, Ho nnd his men fell upon the enemy with great bravery nnd even put them to Ignominious flight Hut Just then n gust of wind whirled out of the west, caught the magic lint nnd tossed It into tho swift running Saskatchewan river. Instantly the poor chief lost nil confidence In himself and his cause, nnd with victory In his hand he for bore to grnsp It, but fled over the plains toward tho Itockles, followed by Ills tribe. SHERIFF'S SALE! Ily virtue of n Execution So 740 AU reeled to me, which issued from the Office of Ilrcckenridge Circuit Court iu favor of J, J, II rooks, against I)r I', I I.ightfoot, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Friday, the 23rd day ol April, 1915, between the hours of 12 o'clock, a, m., and 5 o'clock, p, in , at the farm of Dr. I' I.. I.ightfoot, expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may lie necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, Interest and casts, Debt, interest nnd cost, Sa33.8g, I will offer for sale fourteen head of hogs and one milch cow. This will be sold on the farm near the old toll gate at Clover-porKy , levied upon ns the property of Dr. P. L I.ightfoot. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest nt the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force nnd effect of a Judgment. A T. HEARD, S. II. C. lly W. C. PATIi, D. S. Clerk's Points to Observe When Looking Over the Prospective Purchase. After having found a horse Mint Is satisfactory In general conformation the next step Is to exnmlnc liliu for soundness and take note of his disposition, writes W. F. Purdue in tho American Cultivator. Thero arc a number of things that should be noticed while the horse Is still In tho stable. Never have a horse brought out immediately, but go to his stall nnd Investigate for yourself certain details which it Is Important to know. If the stall Is all kicked to pieces look out for a kicker, an animal that will spoil his own rest at night and that of other horses in the stable; tho manger should Youth's Companion. Scratching Hens. The scratching hen the laying In the Spring they dig early and late and they lay. In the winter they sit around moping. They become bilious and lazy because they get no exercise and once bilious they seldom recover until Spring. And they are an easy prey to cholera andotherdlseases. B. A. Thomas Poultry Powders starts the Liver. Feed It twice a week until they begin to sing and scratch, then occasionally. We sell it And guarantee it. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Ctoverport, Ky. Is to-w- hen. t, SHERIFF'S SALE! Ily virtue of a ljxecution So. 743, directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of llreckenridge Circuit Court iu favor of Mrs. Jennie Xewsome, against Dr. V. 1, I.ightfoot, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Friday, the 23rd day ol April, 1915, between the hours of 12 o'clock, a. m , and 2 o'clock, p. m , at the farm ( f Mrs. Dr. P. I,. I.ightfoot, ex pose to Public Sale to the highest the following described property, or so much thereof as mav lie necessarv to satisfy plaintiff 's debt, interest and costs, weui, interest anil cost, nyi 49, I will offer for sale three head of calves and one ten disc wheat drill. This will be sold on the farm of Mrs V. I,. Light-foot'near George Jolly's, levied unon as the property of Dr V. I,. I.ightfoot. Terms: Sale will be made oil a credit of 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. A. T. HEARD, S II. C. lly W. C. I'ATIJ, I). S. bid-ile- r, s, !S SALE! lly virtue of a ljxecution So. 747 directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of Hreckenridge Circuit Court iu favor of Myrtic Smith, against Dr. 1'. I, I.ightfoot, I, or one of my deputies, will, 011 Friday, the 23rd day ol April. J 10, octwceii tile Hours ot 12 o'clock a. in , and 2 o'clock p. m., at the fa rm of Mrs Dr. I. I. I.ightfoot's, expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt.'interestand costs, to wit: Debt, interest and cost, J254 62, I will offer for sale about four hundred bushels of corn, now in crib at said farm near George Jolly's, levied upon as tile property of Dr. 1'. I.. I.ightfoot. Terms: Sale will be made 011 a credit ot 3 mouths, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at tile rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a Judgment, A. T. MiARD, S. 11 C. Ily W. C PATJ5, I) S Meadow Lark (Sturnclla Magna.) weed, barnyard grass, and smartweed, are eaten from November to April, inclusive, but during the rest of the year are replaced by Insects. Briefly stated more than half of the meadow lark's food consists of harmful Insects; its vegetable food is comsands. It also eats many caterpillars, posed either of noxious weeds or and In the same month these crea- waste grain, and the remainder is tures form over 24 per cent of Its made up of useful beetles or neutral whole diet. Caterpillars which are Insects and spiders. A strong point ground feeders are often overlooked In the bird's favor Is that, although by birds which habitually frequent naturally an Insect eater, It is able trees, but they do not escape the to subsist on vegetable food, and conmeadow lark. Ants, wasps, spiders. sequently is not forced to migrate In and chinch bugs are other harmful cold weather farther than Is necessary pests eaten by this feathered friend to And grounds free from snow.' of humanity. The eastern meadow lark is a comIn 1,514 stomachs of the meadow mon and bird, occurring lark examined, animal food (practi- from the Atlantic coast to the great cally all Insects) constituted' 74 per plains, where it gives way to the cent of the contents and vegetable closely-relatewestern species, which matter 26 per cent. As would natu- extends thence westward to the Parally be supposed, the insects were cific. It winters from our southern ground species, as beetles, bugs, grass- border as far north as the District of hoppers and caterpillars, with a few Columbia, southern Illinois, and ocflies and wasps and spiders. A num- casionally Iowa. The western form ber of the stomachs were collected winters somewhat farther north. Alwhen the ground was covered with though it Is a bird of the plains, and snow, but even these contained a finds its most congenial haunts in the large percentage of insects, showing prairies of the West, It is at home the bird's skill in finding proper food wherever there is level or undulating under adverse circumstances. land covered with grass or weeds, Of the various Insects eaten, crick- with plenty of water at hand. ets and grasshoppers are the most im"Some Common Birds Useful to the portant, constituting 26 per cent of Farmer" is a new Farmers' Bulletin 4he food of the year and 72 per cent (No. 630) of the United States deof the food in August. It Is scarcely partment of agriculture, which denecessary to mention the beneficial scribes this and other Interesting and effect of a number of these birds on valuable birds. a field of grass In the height of the Of the 1,514 grasshopper season. stomachs collected at all seasons of FOREIGN BODIES AND CATTLE the year, 778, or moro than half, contained remains of grasshoppers, and More Care Should Be Taken to See ono was filled with fragments of 37 That Animals Do Not Eat Nails of these Insects. This seems to show and Pieces of Wire. (Prepared by tlio United States Department of Agriculture.) May Is the month when the meadow lark does aomo of Its best work In aiding the farmer, for that Is when the cutworms begin their career, and this little bird devours them by thouwell-know- n d Calveist, Among ponies the Shetland Is the most popular, although thero are several breeds of ponies In Great Ilrltaln that are well liked. The Shetland's nro noted for their docility of temper, stamina and ability to stand hard usage and short faro. This quality they Inherit from their ancestors. As n companion for children tho Shclty Is hard to heat. The Illustration shows a Shetland stallion of splendid conformation. Notary Public. Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You -- Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co. HlnL'hamtfin. M. V. . fnr I.. bottle. It will pnni'lnrn nnunnu V.... win nisi! reeeive a oooKiei ot vaiuunlt Information, telling about the kidney and bladder. When writing, be sun and mention the Hrenbonrl.lnu M,.... Regular r t and sizt uuica iui duic ui hii urug stores. fifty-cenone-dolla- SHERIFF'S SALE! Exponas) By virtue of a Judgment No. 00!) di rected to me, which issued from the Clerk's Olllce of the Hreckenridae Circuit Court in favor of J. B. Bates & Sons against F. M. Burden. I. or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 26th day ol April, 1915, between the hours of 12 0 clock, a. m., and Jo clock, p. m , at the Court House door in Hardlnsburg, Ky., expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the fol lowing described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, ($70 39) Seventy dollars and thirty nine cents. Executed by levy ing on a certain tract of land, lying and being In Breckenridge County, and (venditioni to-w- THOUGHTLESS FRIENDS. conclusively that grasshoppers are preferred, and are eaten whenever they can be found. Especially notable Is the great number taken In August, the month when grasshoppers reach their maximum abundance. Next to grasshoppers, beetles make up the most Important item of the meadow lark's food, amounting to 25 per cent, about one-haof which are predaceous ground beetles. The others are of harmful species. Forty-twIndividuals of different kinds of May beetles were found In the stomachs of meadow larks, and there were probably many more which were past recognition. To this form and several closely allied ones belong the numerous white grubs, which are among the worst enemies to many cultivated crops, notably grasses and grains, and to a less extent strawberries and garden vegetables. In the larval stage they eat the roots of these plants, and being large, one Individual may destroy several plants. In the adult stage they feed upon the foliage of trees and other plants, and in this way add to the .damage which they began In the earlier form. As these enemies of husbandry are not easily destroyed by man, It Is obviously wise to encourage their natural lf o very apt to pierce the heart sac. This carries infection and the heart sac Mils with pus; finally after some weeks or even months the animal shows symptoms of disease and dies, even without the owner knowing the real cause of the difficulty. Prevention is not easy, but more care should be taken to see that the cattle do not eat out of the mangers or In feed lots where there are many nails and pieces of wire. It Is not at or all uncommon to find twenty-fivthirty nails in the stomach of a cow. e college.) The average person does not seem to realize how many good cattle die from foreign bodies such as nails and pieces of wire that pass from the second stomach forward in the heart sac. More cattle, particularly those which are kept up around the cities, pick up foreign bodies in their food and these are nearly always deposited In the second stomach. This stomach lies just back of the diaphragm, whereas the heart lies Just In front and on the opposite side of this partition. Consequently, if one of these sharp bodies starts forward, owing to the movements of the stomach. It Is tural (By I. E. NEWSOJI. Colorado Agricul casm! 'Or, speaking of tho sex that is re sponsible fur all tho poets, who but a true and tried friend would put over to her friend. 'Oh, Camille, you were such a pretty girl as a young girl, und you did hnvo the loveliest clothes!' " yours, per!mis it's your heart.' 'Or come up behind you when you are looking calmly at some old prints in a window on tho avenue and forgetting there are such things In tho world as idiotic friends, and let Ills enormous flat nine pound hand down on you between your shoulders so that you think for the moment that a prehistoric mule with hoofs 011 him the size of the rub bish receptacles on the corners has planted them In the Interior of your lungs! Only n friend could lnsplro such diabolical and streaming hatred that rises up In the wreck of your general appearance of the animal. breast, when you luanago to turn and see what hit you! The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Or If you happen to nsk certain Because ot Its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA- friends to go motoring several times T1VK nROMOQUmiNKiibetterthati ordinary and does not cause nervousness nor nnd have them to dinner quite often. uuinme In bead. Itemember the full name and ringing and you let two or threo Sundays go look for the signature ol U. W. CKOVU. 25c. by without asking them, it is only dear friends who would, on meeting you MEDICINE HAT. next time, greet you with a Hudson Hay expression and 11 bucket of sar They Mean Well Enough, but They Will Do Such Queer Things. "Most of tho nuuoyiiuces of life are caused by friends," writes James Montgomery Flagg In the American Magazine. "It doesn't annoy you when your enemy tries to get you lu bad. You don't expect anything else from him. It's his regular business. You'd feel that lie was u pretty measly sort of enemy If he didn't try to punc ture one of your tires! Then you can think and speak about him as a leprous horned toad. Hut you can't think or speak about u friend that way when ho gets under your skin. Ho'h your friend! That's nil there Is to he did It, and he'.s a feeble minded antcatcr, but he's still your friend! "Only a dear friend would greet you when you're feeling peculiarly gay and lit with. What's the trou ble? You look positively green, old Don't you feel well? horsq! You ought to take n long rest, that's right; I don't like Mint hollow eyed look of It-'Sa-a-a- also bu noticed, as this will usually show whether or nut the animal has the habit of cribbing. Note if the horse is tied lu any special way or simply and as other horses are. Is he gentle to approach and to handle, 110 nipping or pulling buck on the halter? Take the brush and comb and see If he resents being groomed; some horses forcibly resent any attempt to clean the belly or legs. Pick up each of the animal's feet to see If any difficulty Is encountered in shoeing, and at the same time look for corns. Hun the baud down the outside nnd inside of tho front legs to find the possible presence of splints, sideboncs, ringbones, etc. Then examine the hind legs very carefully for such defects or wind puffs, spavins, curbs, splints, ringbones, capped hocks, etc. If the limbs are scarred up it Is another good Indication of the horse being a kicker. After having examined the limbs thoroughly. It Is well to hitch the horse up and go for n short drive In order to notice his action lu harness. While harucsslm: notice that he betrays no resentment at accepting the bit. bridle, crupper, etc. In leading him out of the .stable have lilm step over some thing, such as the sill lu the stable lu order to notlee any stiffness present Having hitched up. It N well to drive at a good gait at least half a mile, and Immediately upon stopping to alight for the purpose of noticing his breath' lug. as this Is a pretty good way to find if the animal's wind is good. Have the owner drive off at a rapid gait while you stand nnd look to see how ho handles his feet nnd legs, noticing whether or not he interferes. During the time that tho horse Is In action Is the best tlmo to observe closely the I ' bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone on the side of the Bowling Green road; thence N. B'i'A E. 04 poles to a stone; thence N. US V. 44 poles to a black oak; thence N. 42 E. 52 pcles to a black oak tree; I E. f2 poles to a stone; thence N. .tf 75 poles to a stone; thence J. "5 W. 27 poles to a chestnut; tnence b. yz W. i poles to a stone; thence N. S(l W. 82 poles to a stone; thence K 6a W. 24 poles to a white oak; thence S 62 W. 20 poles to a hickory at the church yard and road; thence with said road south to the Buffalo hill at the begin NATTY SPRING SAILOR. ning, containing One Hundred acres, and levied upon as the property of F. Sailors nro to be very popular for M, Burden. spring wear. The one Illustrated Is of Terms: Sale will be made on a leghorn, trimmed with a black velvet credit of 6 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at band and peacock feathers. the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day cf sale, and having the force and Should Not Feel Discouraged. So many people troubled with indi- effect of a Judgment. A. T. BEARD, S. B C. By W. C. PATE, D. S. foeSj Among the weevils found In the stomachs the moat Important economweevil and ically are the cotton-bol- l the recently Introduced alfalfa weevil of, Utah, Several hundred meadow larks were taken In the region, and the boll weevil was found In 25 stomachs of the eastern meadow lark and In 15 of the western species. Of the former, one stomach contained 27 Individuals. Of 25 stomachs of western meadow larks taken in alfalfa fields of Utah, 15 contained the alfalfa weevil. The vegetable food consists of groin and weea and other hard seeds. Grain In general amounts to 11 per cent and weed and other seeds to seven per cent. Grain, principally corn, Is eaten mostly In winter and early spring and consists, therefore, of waste kernels; only u trlllo Is consumed In summer and autumn when It Is most plentiful. No, trace of sprouting grain was discotton-growing for success Young Poult With turkeys Scalds, Galls, Scratches, Sores Hurts, Screw Worms. Should Be Penned Up To make the best cure for such for First Week or Two Give troubles, buy a pint of linseed oil, it bid Ones Free Range. you prefer a healing oil, or a pound of hog lard or vaseline if you want a salve Thero is no doubt but grown turkeys must have free range to make and add a 50c bottle of Farrls Healing any success with them, but I bellevo Remedy. It simply can't be beat by that the young poults should bo penned any salve or liniment made. And see a full pint for not over up1 for tho first week or so, as tho what you get mothor turkey hen always starts out 60 cents. Farrls Healing Remedy Is too early In tho morning, when tho sold by us on the Money Hack Plan. dew gives the young ones a chill and For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, as a consequence many of tho poults Cloverp'jrt, Ky. are lost. So many advocate, "there's nothing Sympathetic. like giving the turkeys free rango with "It's pretty hnrd to sleep on an emp. their poults." This may be entirely ty stomach," said tho tramp wearily all right in a dry season, but the morn- to tho bustling farmer's wife. ing dew and sudden rain showers are "Why. you poor fellow!" she replied apt to catch you any time and a num- sympathetically. "Why don't you turn ber In my vicinity lost over half of over nnd sleep 'on your back for a litpoults last year on tle while? Ye hain't wore It out lyln' Clover seed was found In their covered. It was a dark day for the chief when only alx stomachs, and butMltttle la account of the sudden rains and heavy on it, her ye T" Judge. he but aet jtneCrees at the place each. Seeds of weeds, principally rag- - dew during the hatching season. free-rang- e The Indian Chief From Whom the Ca nadian City Was Named. Not many persons know what was the origin of the strange name borne by tho Canadian city that Mr. Itud- yard Kipling onco called "the city bom lucky." Tho word "medicine" means more to an Indian than to us. Wo think of it as meaning something nasty that Is good for us, but the Indian distinguishes as good medicine" nnd "bad medicine" anything Mint ho fancies will change his fortunes for better or for worse. Imagine that Lo Is hunting antelopo and meeting with no success. Presently ho finds an empty cartridge shell or the top of a tomato tin, nnd shortly nftcrward he gets n shot nt ids game. Can ho doubt that tho piece of tin or the shell gave the luck? Not he. lie wears Miat fragment of tomato tin or empty shell about his neck with his other Jewelry, nnd it Is "good medi cine." Several years ago there was n Black- foot chief who lived in tho vicinity of Seveu Persons IMver, whero now stands tho city of Mcdlcluo Hat lie and his tribe were, fond of hunting and of making war on their enemies, tho She I'm disappointed In Jnck; he's Crces. This chief always wore a headdress of feathers that bo called his tried to put his arm around my waist "medlclno bat," for he Uiought that It lie And ho couldn't get It round? llaltlinore Sun. brought htm good fortune. 11 (venditioni Exponas) By virture of a Judgment No. 733 directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Olllce of the Breckenridge Circuit Court In favor of the Bank of Cloverport against F, L. Llghtfoot and W H. Gibson, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 26th day ol April, 1919, Voltaire's Quick Wit. between i2 When Voltaire was living In London and 2 the hoursp.of m., o'clock, a m,, o'clock, at the Court a crowd gathered to mob hlin as he House door in Ilardinsburg Ky., expassed nloug the street For what rea- pose to Public Sale to the highest bid-de- r, son? Ilecnuso ho was a Frenchman. the following described property, Ilolilly confronting the mob, tie mount- or so much thereof as may be necessary ed stone und addressed them. "Brave to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and Two Hundred Dollars Englishmen," ho cried, "am I not suffi- costs, to wit: ciently unhappy lu not having beon and ilfty cents (200.50. ) parcel ot ground, lying and A bom among you?" This speech was so beingcertain City of Cloverport, Ky., in the effective that tho crowd carried him on and is the west half of lot No. 29, with their shoulders to his lodgings. a frontage of 50 fee, on Fourth street and running back by paralleled lines 17fi feet to an alley and is a part of the Hit Comparison. 11 L. New "When you eat be careful to lenvo oft same property deeded to CommissionR. DeUavcn, some, hungry." Is udvlco that Is very often er, on by J, the 23rd day of October, 1872. given to children at tho dinner table, and recorded In Commissioner's Deed but seldom received In an obedient Book No. 28, page 5(58 in Breckenridge County Clerk's Office, and levied upon spirit. The caution was repeated not long as the property of Dr. F. L Llghtfoot. Terms: Salo will be made on a since to 11 youngster of vigorous appecredit oft! months, bond with approved tite. Security bearing interest at "Pshaw!" ho bald. "You might as the rate required,cent pur annum from of 6 per well tell mo to wash my face nnd be day of sale, and having the force and careful to leave oft dirty." effect of a judgment. A. T. HEARD. S. U. C. By W. C. PATE, D. C. A Feminine Falling. "Sometimes my little girl says sbo Is eliilit: nt otlier limes site says she Is Splendid for Rheumatism. six I don't understand It; Micro must something wrong with her." li "I think Chamberlain's I.lniment Is I know plenty "I wouldn't worry. just splendid for rheumatism, writes of older females who can do no betMrs Dutiburgh. Eldrldge, N. V. "It tor." Kansas City Journal. has been used by myself and other members of my family time and time Disappointed. To-wi- t: gestion and constipation have been by taking Chamberlain's banelitted Tablets that no one should feel who has not given them a trial. They contain no pepsin or other digestive ferments but strength en the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Obtainable everywhere. SHERIFF'S SALE! Subscribe for The News again during the past tlx year and has always given the best of satisfaction." The quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Liniment afford. It alone worth many times the coat. Obtainable everywhere. G. W. Ghapin Inrington, Ky, Worthvllle. Mrs. J. T. Johnson accompanied her to Loulsvlllo Mrs. Luther Wilson und children have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wll-s- i :i at McQuady. Wilbur Parks, of Louisville, has been the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. SPECIAL SALE For Saturday, IRVINGTON PHARMACY Tlie Drug Store Thiat Saves You Money HOUSE CLEANING SIGNS OF THE TIMES House Cleaning you must do. Stop in and let us show you the short and easy road to cleaning. We have all the necessary material. Sapolio, 2 cakes House Cleaning Requisites. 15c 15c Insect Powder, per lb 30c Burnlshlne Household Ammonia, pint 10c 5c Ivory Soap, .1 cakes Powdered Borax, pound 10c Solarlne 15c Candles. Moth Balls,, pound Gum Camphor, per lb 75c 5c Copperas, pound Piatt's Chlorides 5c 42c 15c Castile Soap, Boccabelll, 4 pound Produces formaldehyde gas for dis- Lightning Roach Paste Formaldehyde Candles 25c bars 75c infecting rooms, public 'buildings, Steam's Electric Roach 10c and Paste... 10c Liquid 42c clothing, etc.; each candle contains Richard's Roach Exterminator.. 10c Chloride Veneer, 5c, 10c and Lime, 15c 5O grains pure formaldehyde 15c Solution Chloride and Formalde9Rp Wood Alcohol, pint powder. Price Denatured Alcohol, hyde, "Special, qt. bottles.. 35c 15c till Carbolic Acid (crude) pint plr.t 15c Tough on Rats 10c P. I'arks. 7 APRIL 24th 10c Matches, 3 for 25c bars Clean Easy . It. W. Jones Special Coffee, worth 20c at . 15c Granitoware, 50c value 45c Graniteware, 25c valuo....20c Granitcware, 10c valuo.. 07c Hoys Old Hickory Wagon worth 1.25 at . $1.00 All 10c canned goods 3 for 25c 25c 10c Oat Meal 3 for 25c Stock and Poultry 20c Food, at . Blacksmithing and General Repairing Mrs. G. O Bailey has been viflting Mrs. P. H. Dempster at Glen Dean. Miss Nell Griggs, of Ekron, was the week end guest of Miss Gucdry Hram lette, Misses Elizabeth Cain, Sue Bandy, Eliza Plggott, Guedry Bramlette and Maggfc Bandy were In Louisville last week. Will ConnliT, ot Louisville, has been the guest c( his mother, Mrs. Adele Connift. Mr. and Mrs. Fon Rhodes, Medora, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Formaldehyde Disin- fecting Ford Service Station Automobile and Gasoline Engine Work a Specialty Plumbing and Tin Work Chairs and Furniture of all Kind Repaired New Furniture Store Now Open! To (Wives, Husbands and Sweethearts) We have a nice variety of Furniture so you may make your own selection. You will find satisfaction if you buy your new spring furniture from us. ChickoriH Children's Shoes Slippers at 10 per cent less than Louisville. regular prices Mr. and Mrs. David Peolck, Custer, Highest market price for Produce C. A. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Penick. We handle til kind Fruits and Vegetables Misi Essie Biggs, Will Biggs and James Steiger, of Louisville, were vis itors of Mr and Mrs. James Biggs for Glen Dean, Ky. the week end. Mrs. Nora Board left today for a visit with friends in Owensboro. Report of the condition of the Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner mo tored to Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowell have re T STATE turned from Gleu Dean. Mrs. Jake Cowley, of Sand Hill, has Doing business in Irvington, County of Ureckenridge, State of Kentucky, been visiting Mesdames Henry Neafus at the close of business on 15th and J. D. Ashcraft. day of April, I915. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hrite and Miss Kulh Marshall motored to Louisville RESOURCES. Saturday, Loans and Discounts $71,354 '5 Overdrafts, secured and unCure: Old C:r::, oilier Remedies Won't Con 861 82 secured The worst cases, no nutter of bow long standing, Stocks, Bonds and other Se arc cured by the wonuenui, oia reliable ur. . curities 00 rorter 9 Antiseptic Healing Oil. It reheres Due from Banks 9,858.86 1'aio and Heals at the same time. 25c, 60c, $ LOO. Cash on hand 3,01065 Checks and other cash items.. 00 Notice In Bankruptcy. Banking House, Furniture and . 5.5.VJ.54 fixtures In the District Court of the United 00 States for the Western District of Ken Utlier Keal Instate Other Assets not included un tucky, in Hankruptcy. der any of obove heads. In the matter of Abel Gillingwatcrs, a Hottell. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Ashcraft, Misses Eula Neafus and Maurine Ashcraft left Sunday evening for West Point and Special Line of Millinery at Big Reductions During this Sale Only Nice Line of Men's, Women's and cleans and polishes at one operation; makes old turniture look like new; does not gum or remain sticky. Large bottle Lex's Furniture Polish R. W. JONES. I I 1 Ker-Fa-Ci- Rex Wall Paper Cleaner, Sponges and Chamois Skins 10c to $1.00, Rex Bed Bug Poison will destroy the eggs as well as the bugs, large bottle only 25c. Carpet Cleaning Soap, Insect Guns, Sulphur Candles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Varnish Stains. See our new Cold Water Paint; cheaper than white wash; fourteen different colors; easy to apply; will not rub off. te -- varnish stain beyond coinpire. For tar superior to any tlilnir ot Its kind Kcr.I'a-Cltshines like Blnss you'vn ever usiil or livnrd ot. iit.il wears like leather." It Ii made In Louisville uwl every Is can Is sold under it positive xuurantee. KKIt rnudolnull colors and oharits imuritl light oak, dark oak. walnut, mnlioir.iny, rjsewuud, cherry, re no red. malnehlto green, brilliant liluck. dead black, gloss white and Hat white. Busy to uupty. Put uu In easy to open cans at... 20c to $3.00 U ii wonder workcrn furniture (it floors UN Varnish Stain It a Hoor paint of unequalled merit. The. cheapest of all Moor coverings; It will outwear any carpet, run or matting. Easy to apply and "dries as hard as urock." Granitoid destroys germs and prevents the accumulation of dust und dirt In cracks and crevices. OltA.MTOIII Is made In twelve beautiful Moor colors light (tray, dust color, slate, drab, lead color, buff. tan. red, drugget green, oak color floor maroon and brown, and Is put up lu 30c and S1.75 Cans Granitoid Floor Paint Get ready lor Flies and Mosquitoes. Use our Screen Enamel, the Ideal spring tonic for those old screen doors, windows. 6 TANLAC! out-doo- TANLAC! color. TANLAC! ... and the pleasures which the seasons have in store tor you, offer countless The beauties of the great opportunities for pictures that are full of the never ending charm of your happiest personal experiences. The home, the companionship of new friends everv pleasure incident can be nreserved friendly times awav from for the future in Kodak pictures. Anybody can Kodak. We do the finishing for you. Films developed, printed. Agents Eastman Kodak Company. and Eggs in Exchange for any piece of Furniture in our line McGlothan & Son Irvington, Ky. OSCAR Tins line imported German Coach Stallion will niiikc tlio Lnson of 1015 ut Trent & Walls' Livery Stable, llitrdinshurg, Ivy., at the low rute of $10.00 to insure a living colt. Care taken to prevent accidents but not rcsp msiblc if any occur. The German Coacli Home 1900, was by Oilman Itros , of Watseka, III, He was .sired liy Sultan II, No, 993, liy Martin 8i.'i, liy Antoiiius 982, etc., etc. Registered in Vol. 2, of the German Ilauovcrion and Oldenburg Coach Horse Stud Hook this 17th day of February, 1904, under the rules of the Association and numbered H357. Oscar is a dark dapple bay, l6:,i hands high and weighs 1540 lbs. Pedigree "Oscar" 2357, foaled d This horse is the property of Ruseau Dowell, Hardinsburg, Ky. IRVINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. liltner Ward, of Louisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ward. Sirs. Virgil Itrite and daughter have returned from Lewisport. Mrs. W. II. Gardner, of Stephens port, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner Misses Cleo llrowufield, Elizabeth Baxter, Sue Handy, Junious Stith, Ken Handy ami Wilbur Parks were the week end guests of Miss Augiu liibaou. Leslie Jones, of Kordsvllle, spent Sunday at the Cain House. Walker Hrovvn and family have moved to Louisville. Mrs. Lydia Handy has returned from ' Louisville where she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dowell. Mrs. Hud Neafus, of Guston, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. Neafus. Mrs. A. U. Suter left Thursday for Undivided Profits, less expenses 88 79 and taxes paid... Deposits subject to check 35,427.18 Demand Certificates of Deposit mation. 00 Time Deposits 37,93-4Certified Checks 00 If your back gives rut; Cashier's checks outstanding.. 00 Becomes lame, weak or aching; Due Hanks and Trust Companies 00 If urinary troubles set in, Notes and Hills Rediscouiited.. 00 Unpaid Dividends... 00 Perhaps your kidneys are "in a bad Reserve for taxes . 00 way." Bills Payable 00 Don't delay use Doan's Kidney Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads... 00 Pills. Hera is good evidence of their worth. $90,621 02 Total.. Mrs. G. W. Fitzgerald, 1421 W. Fifth State of Kentucky, , St., Owensboro, Ky , says: "I wish to County of Breckinridge. say that Doan's Kidney Pills are a We, W. J I'iiiKott and T. C. Payne. good kidney remedy. I was in a bad President nnd Cashier of the above way before I began their use. I had HVRDINSBURG. named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best backache day and night and the kid ney secretions caused me much an of oar knowledge and belief. Fame is a vapor, popularity an acel W. J. PIUUOTT, President. noyancc. I got Doan's Kidney Pills dent, riches takes wings; those who J. C PAYNK, Cashier. and had uot taken many before I was cheer todav will curse tomorrow; only Correct Attest: I can thing endures Horace now sleep character. Subscribed and sworn to before me greatly relieved Greeley. soundly, the headaches have left and this 19th day of April, 1915. Wi llis handy, Notary Public. my back is stroog " My commission expires Jan. 19, I918. Walter Brown, of Custer, made his A PERMANENT CORE. usual trip to town last Sunday. On February 20, I9I2, Mrs. Fitz Walter Moorman came up from Glen Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls spent Sunday Dean last week and bought him a Ford in the country the guests of their son, gerald said: "I have not had to use Doan's Kidney Pills since they cured machine from T. J. Hook, the agent Jesse Walls, who is keeping batch. me years ago. You are at liberty to here. II. B. Moorman, of Harned, made a use my former endorsement.'' Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman and business trip to town Friday. Mr. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moorman has put in a stock of groceries simply ask for a kidney remedy get Skillman. n connection with the postoffice. Doan's Kidney Pills the sama that The Wth and IlOth are clean- up days Mrs. Wade Pile, of Mook, was a vis Mrs. Fitzgerald had. Foster-Milburset upart by the town council. A wagon itor In town last week. Co , Props., Buffalo, N. Y. will call for your garbage; get it ready Miller DeHaven has purchased from by putting it in a box or barrel. This L. C Blossom, of Shrevesport, La., the council lire taking up things that have A Bird That Bestows a Curse. property recently owned by Mrs. Mary Tlio stonechat, a "soft billed" bird, been nteded in town for some time. Barnes. Is so called from the similarity of its Let the good work go on. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Miller will move alarm note and the striking together The school boys are putting their ball this week to Zeno Hendricks' farm near of two pebbles. In somo parts of ground in order. They worked faith- Clover Creek Scotland it Is supposed to contain a church. fully all day Saturday. drop ot the devil's blood, and its nest Rev. James F. Norman has returned Is never taken because of the curse Mrs. Herbert Beard has returned from a visit to his parents at ProviIt is always promising. Country Life. from Louisville where she spent several dence, R. I. dajs shopping. L. C. Blossom has returned to his Leisurely Tasmania. Mrs. Bertha McGary lus returned home in Shrevesport, La., after being Leisure is regarded as so notable a from Clarkson, where she went in ans here looking after his real estate inter characteristic ot Tasmnnla that it wer to b message announcing the se bears the nickname of "the land of ests. rious illness of her sister, Mis Jim lots of time," or "tlio land of sleep a Thomas Sheeran, of near McQuady, lot" while its inhabitants are called Payne. Mrs. Payne is still very sick. was in town on business last Saturday. "tassies" and "Jam eaters," the latter Dr. J. E. Kiucheloe was in Louisville The series of meetings will continue being an allusion to the Island's great last Thursday and Friday on business. at the M, E. church throughout this fruit farms. Miss Nancy Kiucheloe has returned week. Rev, Hunt is doing the preachfrom Louisville. While there Miss ing One Argument He Won. himself, assisted by Mr. Chappell, Klnchelou was the guest of Mrs. D. W. "Pn, did you ever win nn argument of Kingswood, who leads the singing,' Scott on Sixth street. P. R. Payne, of Harned, and Lee with ma?" "Once, ray boy: I convinced her that Mrs. A. M. Dearnette Mrs. E. B. Bishop have about completed the I was the man sho ought to mnrry." English and children went to McQuady painting of Mrs. Morris Beard's resi- Detroit Free Press. last i nursday tor a uny's visit to Mrs. dence. Mollie Dejurnette. Miss Tula Daniel has returned from Rev. J. E. Meng filled his pulpit at visit to Owensboro. 15th day of April A. D., I915, considering the petition of the afore said bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 13U1 day ot .April A. D., 1915, it is by the court that a hearing be had upon the same 011 the 22nd day of May A. I)., 1915, before said court at Louisville in said district, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and tlmt notice thereof be published one time in The Ureckenridge News, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner siioiiui not oe granted. Witness the Honorable Walter IJvans, Judge ef said Court, and the seal thereof, at Uwensljoro 111 said district, on the 15U1 day or April A. I) , 1915. A. G. RONALD, Clerk M. 15. DUNN, D. C. 011 llankrupt. On this Total... .$90,621.02 LIAMLITIKS. Capital Stock paid in, iti cash. $15,000.00 Surplus Fund 2,201.56 Many a Cloverport Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Infor- WHEAT FLOUR I CHEAPEST AND BEST' FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT EGOS Articles .. Energy 10c will buy 385 410 415 1030 BEEF, sirloin MUTTON, leg MILK I'OKK. loin BREAKFAST FOODS CHEESE .... .1030 1117 1181 1365 2025 - BUTTElt KICK POTATOES BEANS, dried WHEAT FLOUR 1 3040 "- - . Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far us two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order bnow Drift, 13ob white or Extra Fancy Hour from your grocer. This will reduce tho high cost of living. Self-Risin- g Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. I Squabs! m Squabs! n Let me supply vour Banauet and Private Dinners There is Nothing Better than a fat Homer squab Dressed and Delivered at ... .30c WALNUT GROVE SQUAB LOFTS J. Edmund Carter Irvington, Kentucky Mrs. Coleman Payne and daughter, Carrie D., of Harned, have been the of Mr. und Mrs. Paul Compton. J. C. Brodie was in Louisville last guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Attorney Gus Brown has gone to week. Jesse Klnchelou. Louisville to consult a physician In reFarmers are very busy preparing for gard to his health. Dyspepsia is America's curse. To farming, but very dry in this section. Miss Amelia Squires has gone to Mc- - restore digestion, ni.rmal weight, good E. C. Stallman and mother were vis Quady for an Indefinite visit to her bis health and purify the blood, use Bur- itors last week at Holt, the guests oi dock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug Mr. ter, Mrs. Mollie Dejarnette. and Mrs. Julius Putschke, Mrs. Ernest Mattlngly has returned stores. Price, $100. Mrs. J, C. Morgan and daughter, from Louisville where she was the Mary, of Derby, Ind., were in town guest of her mother, Mrs. Brown. Wednesday buying their spring hats. the Baptist church Sucday morning. While In town Rev. Meng was the guest a CHENAULT. Subscribe Now C. L. Warren went to Louisville Wed. nesday with a nice lot of hogs. Want ads one cent a word In The Breckenrldge News. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Manning- are now living In their new home near town. A free ball will be given at the school house on Saturday, May 1, B. C. Stallman was In Cloverport a few days ago looting alter his city property. IS. i). Frvmlre was Mrs. J. B. Miss Dorothy In IWhu K.,n,lo.. Warren and daughter, Marcllla, and Miss Eva Warren, went to Louisville Friday for a few days stay, Mrs. G. B. Cunningham has ralnruJ Mrs. Fon Rhodes at Medora. Hiiiiftiffiitlffltitfiii