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The Breckenridge news: April 28, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915042801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 28, 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. jfc ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO VOL. XXXIX PRINT, 8 Pages K. E. A. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1915. Mrs. Alexander Dead. Mrs. Lucy A. Alexander, 9!!, widow of A. J. Alexander, died of the infirmities of oge yesterday morning at the home of her niece, Mrs. Clifton Nock, 9l5ii South Third street. She was a native of Ureckenrldge county, and a daughter of Henry and Catherine Washington, early pioneers of who are bald to have been related to George Washington. Mrs. Alexander Is survived by five children, Dr. J. B. Alexander. E. F. Alexander, of Albin, Cal ; H. W. Alexander, of Cumas, Mont ; Mrs. E. T. Hutchinson and Mrs. N. C. Murray; also a Kon-tuciy No. 43 HEALTH LECTURES FOR CLOVERPORT the Manifested f Great InterestConditions ofin the Sanitary Town WATCHFUL WAITING NAMEDRECENTLY T. W. ty, Home Men and State Vinson Now President of Association, R. E. Williams is Elected Secretary. WIN Board Member Speaks. OTHER LECTURES TO FOLLOW. FOUR COUNTIES PRIZES. n.7 A great deal of interest has been brother, Bite Washington, and three manifested In the movement on foot to sisters, Mrs. Mary Muuford, Mrs. Anbring about better health conditions in nie Herndon, of lrvington, and Mrs. mr mi rirv ni L nrprniirr. ;inu t lhis Sue Tydings, of this city. Louisville 1 4 F p . J. given at the American Thoater, The first meeting was held last Wednesday evening when the Rev. W. C Frank, Rev J S. Henry and Dr. E. C. Mo Dnn.ild irare snlend id and nouroDriate ... . auuresses. Sunday night Dr. Aud, president of the State Medical Association and a member of the State Board of Health, spoke to a crowded house. Sanitary conditions, war on tiles and mosquitoes were tflven as preventives for Infec tous diseases. Dr. Aud was entertained at the home of Father Henry. Dr. McDonald urged the people to take definite steps to avoid the hard-- ' ships that the children have been suf-- l fering for more than a year. He said, "the little folks are the ones who have to .take the medicine." i nr. J ..in i. "n'esday night at the theater with special music. -- Herald. Grand and Petit Juries, Following aro those who have been summoned to serve on the grand and petit juries for the May term of the S5i tbn J 5 --pr utr 11 s.-"mi.--wi m; . mi J unvvsissis . l . . .' l s. rvv ni iv v v.- 01 I I s.i Eva Tanguay In Louisville This Week. If you go to Louisville this week, do not miss seeing Eva Tanguay, the maa-ca- o cenius of mirth and sons, at B. Keith's theater this week. Her famous, "T Tinn't Carp" soni has been sunn around the world and now she comes with an entirely new repertoire, including, "There Goes Crazy Kva" and "That's Why They Call Me Tobasco" and many others. Surrounding the famous comedienne will be a list of feature attractions, tu-.''nS Glauile Gillingwater and Coin-psHy, in the new comedy called "Wives of the Rich in which the famous actor is said to have the best role of his career; Foster Hall and Company, in a clever character comedy skit entitled "Who's Who;" The Gardner Trio, in a combiua-Ifetio- n of the latest evolutions iu society dancing and novel terpsichoreau feats, Frank Terry, a character monologue C L y i f, i. R F- - vt Sluries itliu suiius: Allium notable Keith features. liaiai, auc For Sale Best grade rubber tire runabout and set llgnt oriving naruess, useu one Will season and In perfect condition. M. U. KINCHELOE, Hardinsburg, Ky. Breckenridge circuit court: GRAND JURY. Lawrence Speak, John W. Owen, Melvin Wood, Phillip Cain, Henry Cashman, J. M. Withers, R. H. Handy, Geo. Lucas, Samuel Priest, J. F. Isom, C. B. English. W. T. Gregory, David Phelps, Virgil Smith, John M. Mercer, J. P. Troutman, Wm. Miller, F. A. Oelze, N.S. Buckler, Chas. Butler, J. M. Lewis, Thos. Gibson, J. V. St.Clair, Guthrie Tucker. PETIT JURY. (Copyright.) J. E. Seaton, J. E. Elder, Scott Cunningham, A. F. Sipes, Jno Hook, Geo. Meador, A. B. Oliver, Russell Comp- T tun, H. C. Pate, Crit Burton, Ben T. McCoy, Nathaniel Tucker, Jake Ken dall, W. J. Owen, Jas. W. Spencer, Will be Held Thos. Butler, Owen Glllinwater, Jno, Commencement A. Barry, Ovil Board, Marlon Weath- Friday, May 7. Attractive crholt, F. L. Claycomb, Calvin Hen dricks, J. B. Severs, Jno. A. Carman, Exercises Arranged. Paris Barr, W. W. Baxter, Ernest Robertson, David O'Connell, H. C. The Senior Class of the Tobinsport, Stewart, C. VV. Moorman, Chas, High School will have their commence Geo. H. Willis, ment exercises, Fisher, Jim Seaton, Friday evening, May Geo. T. Jolly, Jno. Flood, Ernest 7. at the Baptist church. The gradu Smith. ates this year are: Vevah WInchell, Ruth Weatherhclt, Ella Leaf and Panama Exposition Kthel Ahl. A delightful program has San Francisco, Cal been arranged. A number of Cloverport people have received beautiful invitations and are If you expect to attend the Exposi very much intnrested in the commencetion at San Francisco, Cal., before ment. you make any arrangements write J, C. Crntcher, R. R. Agent, Webster, IRVINGTON. Ky., as he will make this trip August 4 and will have a Pullman sleeper for his party tor the entire trip. Stop Hayden Bramlette has teen the guest overs on going trip at Denver, Col., of Alvin Rice in Louisville. Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City, Mrs. G. O. Bailey was called Tueswith an automobile tour of each city, seeing the sights. He recently spent a day to Lynchburg, Va., on account of Illness of her mother. week in San Francisco, Cal., visiting the Miss Julia Lyons, of Louisville, was the Exposition and arranging for this trip. Party limited to 20. Rate the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. 3129.50. Seven days in San Francisco, lonas Lyons. Mis.s Louise Kelley, of Evansvllle, is Cal. This Is an all expense tour. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Krebs. Mesdames A. T. Adkins, Nora Board, Probable Canditate. Henry A Caution, of Madrid, will be a Nannie Wathen, Misses Mary CornMary Henry, Edith Lewis and candidate for Representative, so his wall, Mabel Adkins were in Louisville last friends say. T. W. Vinson, of Louisville, was elected president of the Kentucky Educational Association to, succeed W. 1. King, of Newport, at the closing sisslon of the organization yesterday. Another Louisville man, K. E. of the Western Departmental School, was elected to succeed Mr. Vinson, who had held that position for ten years. The position of secretary pays a salary of W.OOO a year. Mr. Williams was chosen over several other candidates. Other olllcers chosen yesterday were: It. F. Galther, Minerva, first vice president; T. S. Williams. second vice president; Miss Ella Shauntv, Springfield, third vice president, and Miss Llda F. Gardner, Carlisle, treasurer. W. O. Hopper, of Mt. Sterling, and J. W. Ireland, of Bellevue, were added to the board of directors. Will-lams, Har-diusbu- HILL ITEMS. Evansville, Ind., Is planning the con; struction of a railroad and wagon bridge from that city across the Ohio river. Presbyterian Advance. The installation of Rev. R. E. Reeves will occur at the Presbyterian church Sunday night May 9. See this column for particulars next week. Last week Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Starks from New Vork, were in town, and while here were visitors at the homes of relatives, Mrs. Charles Campbell and Mrs. Jesse Burnett. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Simmons spent Friday night with their son, Joe Simmons. They were accompanied home Saturday morning by Mrs. Joe Simmons, Mrs. Viola Jackson and little Robert Daugherty. Mrs. Frank Storms and daughters, Mary Irene and Anna Lee, accompanied by her father, Mr. Armstrong, went to the country tor an outing last Tuesday, and while gone were entertained by Mrs. Garfield Tucker. Ed Kaley, from Birmingham, Ala., arrived last Friday for a visit to his sister, Mrs. John Burk and family. Mr. and Mrs. Knott Hardin, Misses Clara and Maggie Hardin were In town last week visiting relatives. Mrs. Luther Satterlield spent several days in Louisville last week. Mrs. Harry Clark, of Telt City, is the guest of Mrs. Edmomlson and Miss Annie Edmomlson. Miss Josie Johnson died at tier home in Owensboro Saturday, April iU. Her remains were brought here and taken to the Catholic church, from thence to St. Rose burying ground. She was a niece ot Will Johnson. 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Kiel, One of the most pleasant events of Leonard Oelze, T. F. Sawyer and Procthe season was the play, "Bees Going tor Keith. Mr. Oelze and Mr. Keith will go out to Europe," which was presented by members of the High School on Friday of office after this election. evening. The leading lady, Miss Ruth Methodist Church Notes. Marshall, acted her part beautifully in fact all who participated are to be congratulated on their pleasing and Sunday School is now opened for all efficient manner. Between acts music the children. The little folks have was furnished by Misses Reba Bolln been greatly missed for several Sun and Evelyn Bramlette. days and everybody shall be glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner, Hay them back again. den Bramlfctte, Misses Margaret Con- Prayer meeting Thursday night. niff and Mary Henry motored to Dent's The members of the choir are re Bridge Sunday afternoon. quested to be present Thursday night Mrs, Sue Jolly had for her guest for special practice. Wednesday evening Miss Be&sle Cox, Next Tuesday nieht is business meet Bewieyville. ing ot tne Epworth League. Ed Morrison has returned from Phil- pot, where he has been to see his friend Administratrix Notice Vernon Farmer, who is quite III with To Creditors. with her mother, Mrs. Howe, Lewis port. Mrs. Henry Nevitt and children, of Braudenburg, are guests of Mesdames E. F. Alexander and J. B. Hotlell. Misses Erie aud Pauline Smith, of Guston, spent the week end with Mrs. Dale Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Brite Hawes and children, of Maceo, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Brite. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Garner and baby left Saturday for Iowa, their future home. Misses Eliza Spurrier and Puulitie Stein, of Louisville, have been gueias of Miss Eliza Piggott. The comedy, "Matrimonial Exchanges," which was put on by members of the seventh aud eighth grades, at the school building Saturday evening, was a marked success. Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain went to Louisville Monday. Sunday School Lay was observed in the various Sunday Schools with fine eMtlts. The Methodist church was decorated tor the occasion aud .showed a marked increase in atteudauce aud Every class wai filled to interest. overflowing. Mrt. W. J. Piggott returned from Little Rock, Ark., Saturday where she had been attending the session of the Woman's Missionary Council. There were nineteen you.ig women consecrated for the foreign field and for deaconess work in the home land. New work iu Japan was ordered opened aud two young missionaries assigned to the field. GUYMJEAN Dies at Charleston, W. Va Remains Will be Brought to Owensboro. Guy M, Dean, a former Owensboro citizen who shot himself at Charleston, W Va., on Wednesday morning died Saturday ntjjht. The remains were brought to Owensboro for burial Mon. day Sir. Dean married Miss Sue Griffith, whom he leaves with one daughter, Miss Ruth Dean R. G. Robertson, Kit Dean and W. R. Moorman, sr., of Glen Dean, attended the funeral. The Price She Paid. It is generally recoguied now that it i just as essential to the of every man, woman and child that they well-bein- g enjoy, in addition to proper food, clothing and other comforts, a generous al lowance of clean, uholeMiiiie recreation and entertainment, the kind that is pre sented on the Iituersou Floating Theatre on their visit to this city, Saturday, May Sth. This year the boat presents The llig Genuine New York Succe.-.- s "The Price She Paid." The most Spectacular Drama of Love and Labor ever staged. A pay with a big human grip aud is full of laughter as well as .sound drama, and is intensely interesting from start to finish. The story of a pretty girl and a millionaire admirer. It seems unnecessary to remind you of the trials aud sometimes tragedy iu the life of a pretty girl tempted with the luxury of wealth. A girl, who forgets her better self for the moment, only to awaken ami return to the happiness of eternal love. A refined, sensational, and at the same time, beautiful love story, superbly acted, with wonderful scenes, historically correct, the like of which has never been attempted on any showboat. Ideals of the drama give it a glow of romance which is thrilling. White "Tlie Price She Paid" is rich with good comedy situation you never loose sigttt of the terrible truth that prompted the author to write this wonderful play. din. Mrs. Albert Taberling's mother, Mrs. Vane P.tte, from Louisville, is here on a visit and will remain several days here and in the country among other relatives Miss Bessie Lamb, of Tobinsport, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. S. Lamb, this week. Wants to Hear From Home. Dear Mr. Babbage: Find enclosed 5O cents for The Ureckenrldge News for six months. We can't hardly do without Tlie News; it seems like a letter from home. We have been here In Illinois for over a year, and find everything prosperous and wages are good. The wheat looks fine this year. The land here is low nnd level, but we have not forgotten the high hills oi Kentucky. We are going to visit your Yours truly, town this fall. Mrs. O. W. Elmore, Jacksonville, III, Live Celebrates Birthday. Z. T. Stlth spent his sixty second birthday, April 21, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. G. K. Cumpton, and Mr. Compton. He had all his children at home with him aud the day was hap py and pleasant fur each and everyone. Dr Board Coming Dr. Milton H. Board, of Louisville, will deliver a lecture on health at the Stock Notes. pneumonia. McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuaty, Ky. Messrs. I. K. Bramlette, Jess Gard ner and P, D. Galloway were In Louis ville Thursday. Miss Kliza Plggott and her visitors, Misses Spurrier and Ste)n, Louisville, were guests of Mrs, D.C. Heron Friday at her beautiful country home, Mt. Plsgah. Mrs. Virgil Brlte pent Thursday All persons having claims against the estate of Milton Miller, deceased, are re quested to prove their claims us required under the statutes and file same with us at ouce. All persons indebted to the estate of Milt Miller, deceased, will please call aud settle. Dora D, Miller, Administratrix, or Henry Moorman, Heard tiros, sold a Jersey cow to Walter Hcuniuger for 50. One mule to Every American Theater tonight. body will be more than interested to Sam Priest for III5. One load hogs to Louisville Tuesday. hear Dr. Board. W. R. Moorman & Sou shipped a nice Card of Thanks. pair Duroc pigs to C. W. Moorman, We wish to thank out friends and Cloverport, Saturday. neighbors for the many acts of kind Finished Planting Corn. uess shown us In our sad bereavement, Jimmy Dean, of Gleu Dean, has finish" and also Dr. Milner and Dr. Lee, ed planting 300 acres In corn. Phillip Ploch and Family. 1 SCOMING! The Emerson Floating Theater The Larcest, Finest and Sifest Showboat In the world. Presenting the Big, Genuine New York Success, Cloverport, COMING! TOGET TANLAC Cooper Besieged With Callers Who Want Famous Medicine. 'THE PRICE SHE PAID." The Most Spectaculir Drama of Love and Labor 5 31.00 Show For 25c. Acts Feature Vaudiville 5. Two Big Shows for One Price! This Boat carrlts no Band. A Guarantatd Has Class without Brass. Attraction. Ever Staged. Sat.May8! From g, DAIRY and CREAMERY PAYS TO GRIND GRAIN. Louisville, April 27. Hundreds are Comparative Values of Ground and Feed For Cow. now calling almost daily to meet Tj. T. Many years ago I wns employed as Cooper, the noted visitor, and to And out just how his famous medicine, superintendent of a dairy herd of cows, writes n correspondent of Tanlac, is'sold, how it Is prepared and what the preparation actually looks Hoard's Dairyman. When I took charge they were feeding whole or unground like. commenting upon the rush to grain, consisting of corn, oats, barley In meet Mr. Cooper and ootalu his cele and rye. and roughage consisting of brated medicine, the manager of the corn fodder, clover bay, oat and barley straw. The man preceding me in Taylor-Isaac- s store, said: "The success of the opening of the charge was u splendid milker, a liberal Introductory sale of Tanlac exceeded feeder ana n bard worker, but be kept We have beeil i" tab on the herd ns to what tows nnr f.Y.isctatlon agreeably surprised by the knowledge were "star boarders" and what eows were paying the bills. the public seems, to have of the pre- Immediately on taking charge I Inparation. while many cime just 10 stituted a system of measuring, weighmeet Mr. Cooper and see what the ing and testing, and to the owner's in ad in n e reallv looked like, equally as utter astonishment we found that at f many came prepared to obtain the' least of the herd wns not pay- These people simp'y preparation. asked for Tanlac, and the facility with which the medicine was oiitriojte.l toroughout tn day proved sum- - w .at of a revelation to many of ojr older i j ouo-hnl- over Woodman lodge of that city Mr Cooper said: "I am, indrrd, gratified to see such marked entnus iasm, and I feel justified in predicting that Tanlac will prove just as sue Cessful In Louisville as it has in tne larger cities I do not believe that I am overestimating the success of the. medicine when l state that I am i on-lideut that from three to live thousand people will call and obtain Tanlac dur Tlio ureal mlvnnco In ilnlry ing this week " knowledge that lias come In recent Mr. Cooper was asked about the yar la lamely duo to the efforts of the experiment stations and charitable work lie intended to per- colleges supplemented by form in Louisville. He replied: Hie work of the dairy dlvUlon of the United States agricultural deit is true that have written the As partment nnd has been of Immense sociatcd Charities asking that organvalue lo the farmeri, of till counme, as soon as prac try. Young men aic taught dairyization to furnish ing from a sclent fie standpoint, ticable, with the names and addresses' and thii knowledge gained Is a naof at least llfty of the mo.se deserving tional benefit. The Illustration I shows a gioup of students Judgln; poor families of your citv, whom a dairy bull at the Delaware Agripropose to help. I have also wr.tten cultural college. St. Joseph's Orphans' Ilouie, offering I shall com-- 1 certain contributions. lng proposed to him municate with similar institutions that for Its feed. wo continue our keeping of recdays with the view of en- ords within a few and Install a machine to grind dorsing their noble efforts by assisting the feed. This was dune, and In a them in some substantial way. few days after beginning to feed "In com fomity with my usual cus-- ; ground grain we noted quite tin III' torn of encouraging the hospitals, I cica.su in the milk How of every eow In However, despite nil the will make special concessions with tlits herd. reference to supplying such institutions care we could give them twenty-onof your city with Tanlac. as I consider of the eows fulled to pay for their feed the preparation a superior touic in ah and lifleell barely did so. We disposed of these rows ami purchased twenty-eigh- t cases of convalescence.'' ol hers. The famous medicino, Tanlac. can In testing out the advantages of omy at ground feed I selected eight of the now In bought in Cloverport Wedding's drug store, and In Jrv:ngton best eows lit the herd, all with praconly at Irvlngton I'harinacv. tically the same average production. Four of these were kept on uugrouud feed for twenty days, the other four 1 Drops Dead. put on ground feed for the same length Frank Oldham, a well known citizen of time. The four on unground feed of Karliiigtoii, Ky., dropped dead on his maintained their ordinary milk How, farm Monday noon. Mr Oldham had but tlie four that were put on ground been at work all the morning and did feed produced at the end of twenty After days an increase of from four to ilvo not complain of feeling bad feeding his horses at noon, lie fell dead pounds per day to each cow. Wo then between the tioughs Me leaves a wife. reversed the experiment, and the eows that had been on ground feed decreas- son and daughter, who are prostrat-- . , milk How from four to six pounds He was a member of the the alTair ' 1 I 1 ; e men." year. We believe In Tho cows being so handled that they will take their ENDORSED AT HOME vacations at the same time say from the middle of .Inly to Sept 1. At about this time Is the busiest season nf the year on Uip farm. It Is nlso the most Such Proof as This Should Condifficult period In which to produce vince Any Cloverport Citizen. milk, nut aside from this period there should be In the well regulated dairy no dry cow When tho milking period The public endorsement of a local rs on It should bp In full blnst nnd vcry cow doing her hnre nf the work citizen is the best proof that can be produced. None better, none stronger can be had. When a man comes forFeeding the Milk Producer. The dairy cow should be fed accord ward and testifies to his fellow cititag to her requirements, nnd her re- zens, addresses his friends and neighquirements con be told only by watch- bors, you may be sure he Is thoroughly ing the milk nnd tho feed scales. convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experience when it Is for the Ten Weeks In Bed Eminent public good is an act of kindness that should be appreciated. 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Foster-MliburnCo 1 EGGS FOR HATCHING Single Comb Black Mlnorcas Eggs For Utility Purposes $1.50 per Sitting This mating has tho first prize pullet at Hardinsburg Show, first prize pullet at Kentucky State Show, Lexington. The offspring- from this mating will produco some excellent birds. Eggs From Birds $3.50 per Sitting This mating includes best pen, best cock, best hen, any nge or breed in Hardinsburg Show. 1st cock, 2nd and 3rd prize hen at Kentucky State Show, Lexington. This mating will produce in any show room. All are stand-aiweight and all of the Inrgc, rangy, and true Minorca type, have excellent color, and will produco large, white eggs, nnd many of them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. - Prize-Winni- ng prize-winne- d PHIL McGARY, Hardinsbuix Ky. I Saddle and Harness Stallion. 5 Years old. weight 1,000 pounds I BHOWN O No, GHEST 1 3853 6 By Bay Squirrel 2nd, No. 135, bv Richmond Squirrel, Xo. S9S, by Black Squirrel, Xo. 5S, (sire of Chester Dare dam, Xaiiuic Garrett, Xo. 472, is tlie dam of Chester Dare, Xo. lo). Brown Crest's dam, Higgett, Xo. 3I7I, by Chester Chief, Xo. 1129, by- Chester Dare, Xo. lo. io.oo to insure a living colt, Money due when mare is traded or colt foaled. L0C0F0CUS is a black Jack with white points, 10 years old and over 15 hands high. He made the three last seasons on Chensey Wilson's farm near Big Spring. Has a record of 52 living colts 111 one season. Has good length, large bone and a good, quiet disposition. BROWN CREST AND LOCOFOCUS will stand the present seas-o- n at John Rider's bam, Hardinsburg. Anyone desiring to raise mules should see this Jack before breeding elsewhere. $10.00 to insure living colt. S H. J. ROBERTS, - - Hardinsburg, Ky. xxxxxxo:xxxxxxx:t:xxxxxx: Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N Y. , for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. Vou will siUo receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the lireckenridge News. size Regular fifty-ceand bottles tor sale at ull drug stores. one-doll- Splendid for Rheumatism. "I think Chaiuberlaiu's I.lnunent Is just splendid for rheumatism, ' writes! "It' Mrs Dut.burgh. Eldridge, X. V. has been used by myself and other! members of my family time and time again during the past six years and ' has always given the best of saiisiac- -, !.,. 'I ",1 Mil ! .r..llof Fr.rr, l'L4IM wit. Vll'll. which Chamberlain's Liniment affords Is alone worth many times the cost. ,,-- ,, I V I a day 1 then selected two cows thnt boro every marU of good milkers ir n fair chance were given them. They were twenty-oneach producing noiinds dally on iiiiground feed, but after feeding them ground grain for thirty days I had onu of them giving twent en pounds dally, the other thirty pouuds dully, .lust think of what that means to a herd of from llfty to sixty cows a B!,ln "f "early ."JOO gallons per year ., . .. e Voltaire's Quick Wit. When Voltaire was living In London a crowd gathered to mob him ns he passed along the street For what reason? Because he was a Frenchman. Itoldly confronting tho mob, he mounted a stone and .addressed them. "Brave Knglishmen," ho cried, "am I not sufficiently unhappy in not having been born among you?" This speech was so effective thnt the crowd carried him on their shoulders to his lodgings. His Comparison. "When you eat be careful to leave oft hungry." Is advice that Is very often elven to children at tho dinner table, but seldom received In an obedient Perhaps that elephant still trumpets from the royal gardens, but ho soon will bo transferred to a zoo and become a spectacle Instead of a holy emblem. For Bangkok not only has Installed an electric power station, but Is using the surplus current of daylight hours to run rice mills. In tho presence of that sort of "efficiency" romance sickens and dies Its loss Is not without compensation, to be sure. Electric fans, for example, must be handy to a place like Bangaverago temperature kok, whoso throughout tho year Is about 81 degrees Fahrenheit. But what knight ever waited for an electric fan when rescuing his lady love from a mysterious zenana, and what fun Is there in raiding a sultan's treasure that is burglar guarded by common-placalarms instead of by white cobras? Alas and alack! Romance has departed from Bangkok, and the geographical novelist Is driven from one more stronghold of tho Imagination, old-tim- e FLOOR COVERINGS For Living Rooms, Bed Rooms, Verandas, Halls. A large and varied collection of Floor Coverings including g Oriental Rugs, Mattings, Carpets and Rag Carpets, Wall Paper, Oil Cloth and Linoleum in Pretty Colors and Designs. spirit. SOMETHING OF A PUZZLE " . . .. It surely did LEAKS In IN this ease. THE DAIRY. Tlie caution wns repeated not long since to a youngster of vigorous appetite. "I'shawl" ho said. "You might ns well tell mo to wash my face and bo careful to lenvu off dirty." Question Concerning Femininity Which Is Not At All Easy to Answer. source comes a question which Is more easily answered at tlrst than at second thought a question, that is, which Is not quite as simple as It seems. It Is this: Docs a woman wearing a veil see, when sho looks In a mirror, what another person sees who looks at her through her veil? On consideration one realizes that tho veiled woman looks through her veil at an Image which Is Itself veiled, and therefore sho apparently looks at herself through two veils Instead of the 0110 which Is all that dims to the vision of the street observer. Then Micro Is tho further fact that in a mirror what was right becomes left, and vlco versa, so that what one sees there is not a picture of oneself but of somebody who Is like oneself only as one of u pair of gloves ds like tho From a femlnlna Obtainable everywhere Appraise Estate. Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman Cleve Heudrie, Joe Olasscock and Clyde c Hicks were at MeDaniels Monday the estate of Milt Miller, deceased. tonp-praW- A horse eating is using the horse sense method of curing Itself of some Intestinal trouble. Nature sometimes fails, so take no chances but go to the aid of nature as goon as you see something wrong with your horse and give It a dose or two of II. A. Thomas Stock Remedy. If It docs not respond at once, this medicine costs you nothing and Its Just as sure with cows or sheep. Wa give you your money back, For sale at Wedding's Drue Store, Cloverport, Ky. Horse Sense. that refrains from A Feminine Failing. "Sometimes my little girl says sho Is Cows That Are Dry More Than Six eight: nt other times she says sho Is six. I don't understand It; there must Weeks a Year Are Loafers. A good cow needs n month or nix bo something wrong with her." "I wouldn't worry. I know plenty weeks of rest each year between lactation periods. Such rest is 'earned by of older females who can do no betthe good worker, says the Kansas ter." Kansas City Journal. Fanner. While resting her strength Disappointed. and Hesh will bo recuperated so that She I'm disappointed In Jack; ho's she will begin another milking period with renewed vigor. There are many tried to put his arm around my waist. cows which cannot be safely forced to Ho And ho couldn't get It rouud? take this vacation. In these the milk Ilnltlmdro Sun. producing organs are so active that the cow cannot bo safely dried. This is Notice to Stockholders. not a bad fault either, but a short vacation Is, we believe, to be desired. The stockholders of the Hreckcuridgc However, the cow which will tnko two months or more of vacation ! a County I'air Association are hereby not!- loafer She is not tho kind of cow of fied to meet at the courthouse in milking herds are ' dinsburg. Saturday. May 24. iqm. at 1 which maintained. One of the big leaks in o ciock p. 111. very important nusiuess. most farm dairies Is that which comos Please be present. through having cows dry too long and VIC ROBKRTSON, President. too many dcy cows throughout the $ 5 Prices and Qualities will Please You B. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. xxxx XXXXXXXXXX5OOOO0C The Breckenridge News the only medium in Breckinridge county through which you can reach "all the people" is other. That, however, has nothing to do with tho question as to tho veils, and that is quite complicated enough to stand alone. WITH OUR "WANT AD&! LEGAL FALLACIES. llneltnt 8upertltlone That Tcnaclouity HOME GROWN DRUG PLANTS. THAT TIREDJEEUNG The blockade of European Cling to Life. Do You Continually Feel Slug commerce gives the American On the subject of "Somo Popular farmer n fine chance to develop Lognl Superstitions" Cnso nnil Com-Kegish, Disinterested? tho business of growing drug says that there nre mnny misconplants. Our supplies of the raw ceptions of legal doctrines, usually materials for such cumniuti drugs tenaciously held nntl sometimes rashly If you do, It is probably caused by as quinine, cocaine, caffeine and acted upon to the client's undoing, your liver. When Jthc liver falls to formnldebyde come to ns through some of which nre so grotesquely dls- perform its functions Though we European dealers. ' innm tnnt it io tiiiiit-uiin mice mom h c tystem becomes cannot grow nil of these things to their origin. One of the most widely with poisonous matter, that weighs we can import them direct from pre'nd but fortuuiitcly harmless of South America and other coun- you down mentally and physically. these Is th.it In order tlmt n will disinThe liver gets out of order very heriting tin heir may be rnlld he must X tries where they arc grown and cut out the European middle- be "cut'off with n shilling." This noeasily, and if neglected, chronic trou- man. tion Is erroneous, but Hlackstono (Inds e usually results. Don't delay if a foundation for It In the civil law nnd T But there aro many other you feel badly. You knowingly lay ays: plants common to American vourself.open to life long pain, when fields that nre Imported for the "The rtotnnns were nlso wont to set Only 46 Banks in the Whole'State of Kentucky Can Say This. you allow yourself to continue In a run asldo testaments ns being tnoMclosn, simple reason that our wholesale down condition. Cure yourself quick disin- X drug dealers are In favor of the deficient In natural duty, If they ly and harmlessly with the natural herited or totally passed by (without T European product and have never vegetable remedy, It assigning h true, sufficient reason) nny X tried to encourage homo produc-has all the effectiveness, but not the of the children of the testator. Hut If T tlon. Tho present crisis will the child had any legacy, though ever effect, of calomel. force them to use the homo so small. It was proof that the testator rrnwn ilmp nlnnts. Tho Increase bears the Genuine had not lost his memory or reason, 1 in prlco will make It profitable X likeness and signature of I.. K. Grigs-by- , which otherwise the law presumed, ' for growers to study the market and is guaranteed to give satis LOUISVILLE, KY. but was then presumed to have acted and seek to supply It. Our drug faction or money refunded, insist on thus from substantial cause. Hence ; ; manufacturers must cut looso it. For sale by Klncheloe's Pharmacy. probably has nrlscn that groundless from European methods nnd do--1 Tulgar error of the necessity of leavown supplies. vclop their ing an heir n shilling, or some other ex Tho bureau of plant Industry Mis "Sea Serpent." press legacy, In order to disinherit hlin ! I of the department of agriculture effectually." A member of the lllg Stove club of has- been studying the subject Another erroneous Idea, quite generHath, Me., told the fallowing experiand Is ready to advise with ally entertained, Is that n signature Is ence with n sea serpent. He was at who are Interested In farmers not binding unless written In Ink. the wheel of his little fishing schooner tho new market. A byproduct Still another curious notion enterIn Long Island sound when he heard crop that Is worth many miltained in some localities Is that an eyeswishing sound behind his vessel. lions should not be Ignored nor witness may not testify to nny occur- X feft to tho Importers to fenst Peering behind he could Just mako Solicits pntroim:e of Cloverport Husinos Mon and Shoppers rence seen by him "through glass." out the long, sinuous body of a sea ser This is probably attributable to tho T upon. Country Gentleman. pent with an enormous head nnd a 1 !tM fact that the Imperfections of ancient pair of flashing eyes. The serpent, window glass might deceive the onhowever, kept his distance. The next looker ns to what actually took place. CROPS AND THE WEATHER. morning the sailor found tlmt a ropeThe writer recalls an Instance adduced from the schooner had become entnnby his instructor in physics while lee Importance of AgriculturaJ Meteorology gled in a lobster trap and had towed turlng on the refraction of light of Jt up the sound. to the Farmer. a windowpane in ids house through Tho practical aim of agricultural opposite side which passersby on the most com Marry the Mature Man. of the square appeared, on coming op- meteorology Is to secure the If you plete adjustment possible between the posite to n church, to leap over the The girl who marries a man older crons and the weather, and the first than herself is often happier than the steeple. A condition of this sort brought out ou cross examination stcn in this process is to obtain nn crepe hangers foretell. She has tho might affect tho weight, though not tho exact knowledge of the natural rela- advantage of all those years during tions between plant life and atmos which ho has gained in understanding, admissibility, of the evidence. pheric phenomena. Such knowledge Is mental balance and experience. An B. TAYLOR & SONS, now being gathered in leussia ou a older man Is settled In his actions; ho PERIL OF RUST. more extensive scale than anywhero s not likely to change. He expects else In tho world. The meteorological Constant Menace to Structures of bureau of tho Imperial ministry of ngrl less of a woman than a younger man. He becauso he is not so Idealistic. Iron and Steel. See it a't American nilhiro was created In IStli. thanks U. S., Not U. S. A. Among the many questions which mainly to tho efforts of Professor P. I, has ceased to look upon woman as on Do you know what Is tho proper tho architect nnd builder nre called Rrounov. who has been Its illrector a pedestal, and he sees her with her Itching, bleeding, protruding abbreviation of the I'nlted States? It upon tho ground And. after all. upon to consider, none perhaps Is more from the- beginning. The bureau has feet blind piles have yielded to Doar.'.s Is U. S. It Is not V. S. A. There is the human attitude is best. Exchange. important than that relating to the established about lfil) stations of ob widespread and apparently utter Ig Ointment 50i at all stores. corrosion of lrou and steel. This tend KPrv.itlon. most of which study tho norauee of this faet. The Initials I'. S. ency to decay Is peculiar to these effects of weather on the leading cereal Artistic Excuse. old That There Was No Cure A. are tho otllelnlly accepted abbreviamaterials, since none of tho ordinary crops, a certain number the correspond "There!" said Mr. NagK utter a com- tion for I'nltoil States army and do not for Him. metals exhibits it to any comparable ing nspects of horticulture, wuue n nitrated explanation ut why he had under any possible conditions ever degree, and It is so strong that an unso Into: "I hope this is sat mean Pulled States of America. At few are devoted to the animal in "After suffering lor over twenty stayed out protected piece is soon reduced to a dustrles. isfactory this time, when so many manufacturyears with indigestion nndjlhaving shapeless mass of rust. It is ono thing It Is more than satisfactory. A.rs. ers In this country are branding their Each of the agricultural stations con some of i he bes' doctors hero tell me to design and erect a mighty skyNagg told hlm. "It N simply litautl- goods as made In the I'nlted States, a small plat of land on which scraper, but nn entirely different mat- sists of sequence of crops is grown there was no cure for me, I think it ful."-- St. Louis this Is Important. The brand of U. S. a certain ter to protect it from those Influences year after year, according to some cs only right to tell you for the sake of A- - upon anything means that It was Get Your Auto Fixed which, if allowed to do their work, manufactured for the United States tablishcd system of rotation, under con other sufferers as well as your own To Drive Out Malaria Up would ruin tho greatest structure iu a And Build Tho System army. ".Made In U. S." Is the brand cent bottle of ditions of cultivation us nearly unl satisfaction that a up for Spring. Does it short time. Tho only varying not only re Take the Old Standard GROVE'S which should be put upon all goods form as possible. It seems strange. In a way, that un factor Is the weather. In immeillato Chamberlain's Tablets me within two TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know manufactured In tills country. Albany need a New Top? Why lleved me but cured what you are taking, ns the formula is Knickerbocker i'ress. less iron is well protected it Is far loss proximity to the plants under obscrva printed ou every label, snowing it is months although I am a man of resistant to natural agencies than tlon Is Installed a group of instruments not put a Stylish, a years," writes Jul. Qroblen, Houston Ouininc and Iron in outtasteless form. wood or other building materials. It malaria, the The Quinine drives for measuring the principal meteorolog Texas. Obtainable everywhere. Remedy. Body on your chassii is being used more and moro In the ical elements. Iron builds up the system. 5U cents Chamberlain's Cough Profressor Urounov lays JffiJbrIcatlon of large bulldliics and great stress upon getting these nieas beginning the sale and s? Or let us paint it for For a small structures of a permanent type. urcments from tho very spot where the use of this remedy lias extended to all WOULDN'T CHARGE FOR BED and the length of their life, to say nlant Is crowing. you. Ask for informaIMPERFECT. parts of the United States and to OUR CALENDAR nothing of tho safety of tho people The guiding principle or urounov s When you many foreign countries. employed in and nrouud them, depends Furnished tion. work Is that the welfare of a plant Place to Sleep Must Bs Under the Present System a Day Is havo reed of such a medicine give on tho success with which corrosion Free, Was the Code of ti e does not depend upon Its receiving a Lost Every Z.auu years. can be prevented. Lumberjack. Chamberlain's Couch Kemedy a trial aggregate or average amount Afmiv niHiiiIi. nrp dlssatlsllcd with the Painters are constantly employed on certain moisture nnd the like through and you will understand why it has be heat, of such structures as the Hrooklyn or Difficult as tho life of a lumberjack calendar. They propose U take It back come so popular for coughs, colds and season, but upon receiving whole change It They wouiil nave 10 go croup. Obtainable everywhere. Forth bridges scraping away rust spots the certain amounts ut certain times. In in the backwoods may be, it Is par nnd and repainting. When serious rustln the life history of each species of plan tially free from certain onerous and back to an. act of the itiltish pnrlla- is. Kiignsu speau-folIs once started It Is very hard to check. ment In IT.il-t- hat GO, BISHOP Irksome customs peculiar to civiliza he distinguishes dellnlte epoclis-- so would -- and then still further Earth's Diameter. nnd as It would Inevitably lead to the proper. called "critical periods" when either tion was that Tho earth's greater diameter Is not destruction of the framework a col an excess or a deficiency "t a certain "I boarded at tho house of a fellow into the recesses of time. It Cloverport, Kentucky lapse would be certain to occur sooner lumberjack during my brief experience statute which later led American necessarily at the equator. According element will be harmful. weather schoolboys Into doubt as- to whether to the eminent I'rofeSMir Ilenkey, the or Inter, probably with an uppnllln yield of all of three weeks in the backwoods.' Thus It is found that the ictual greatest diameter Is that taken . loss of life. Engineering Magazine. "It was nn George Washington was lioru on Chlmbo-razowinter cereals throughout the south said an arrangement, to say tho least 'J2 or Feb. 11. Kloven days were lost from the summit of Mount nnd east of European Itussla depends Informal ,eorgo The line drawn from this point Curious Bread. even know the price I wns between Julius Caesar and In n marked degree upon tho rainfall I did not ap to the opposite hide on a point In SuTho bread that was served out dur of the previous late summer and early to pay for the living accommodations Washington, but that hardly seems palling enough after all to Justify so matra gives a diameter of 7.ifc.1) miles. siege of Genoa was a curious ing tho autumn: hence it is possible, from til in this isolated household, and some or. New York American. mixture. Marbot. who had to eat It or rainfall record alone, to predict yields thing in the very atmosphere forbade many preachments on the subject are James McGovern is spending a fewTho way things go without It. says It was "a horrible mo io nsk. I took It for granted that lost time, does it? mouths In ndvance. years or days In Louisville. arranged now It will be Rubbing It In. compound of damaged flour, sawdust, I would get a square deal. The principal practical applications Insulting wretch! more before we lose another day. Dr. Wm. Howard is expected every starch, hair powder, oatmeal, linseed, of such knowledge nre: nrsi, 10 cu Miss Klderly-Th- e "When the time came for my de The scientist, however. Is neyer satis-lie- FTo asked me if I remembered the day from Tennessee, where he will rancid nuts and other nasty sub able the farmer to select crops adapted parturo 1 asked the host for my bill accuracy, areadfully cold winter of 1ST'.). Think with anything less than stances, to which a little solidity was to the local climate: second, to furnish make Hall Town his home. "'How many meals have you ot and he wants a perfect calendar. Ho given by tho admixture of a small I'm sure he nf it! Miss Keeu-O- h. Intelligent basis for irrigation; third hero?" ho asked. Mary and William Ryan spent Sun has taken his Ideas of reform Into tho didn't mean to offend you. dear. He portion of cocoa. Each loaf, more an accuracy of crop predic " 'I should say that I ate about threo legislatures of several nations, but day with Louise and Thomas K'ico ;it over, was held together by little bits to enhauco tho greater stability to meals per day for three weeks,' I re nothing has happened yet. Ueforni is probably didn't know what a bad mem- Kree. tions, thus giving of "wood, without which It would have ory you have. Hostmi Transcript. Country Gentlemau. plied. sure to get Into trouble, anyway, when fallen to powder. General Thlebault tho markets. Miss Marie McGovern is visitiuir "'Miss ahy?" ho demanded. truth, crushed it gets into politics. Hut in his Journal of the siege compares " 'Possibly two or three,' I ventured to earth, Box. maybe Should Not Feel Discouraged. friends and relatives in Cloverpoit. Labor Saving Wood rise again, nnd this bread to peat mingled with oil." I'isgnh Sunday school i'J o'clock. '"Our charge is 15 cents per meal the dream of the scientist will coiuo The bother and resulting muss o Argonaut. carrying wood, coal or similar fue ho said. 'My wife keeps tab on all tho true. The llrst day of every mouth Fathers and mothers come and help. IndiSo many people troubled with Into tho kitchen to fill the wood bo meals et, so I will ask her.' will fall on the llrst day of tho week, gestion and constipation have been We need more workers. Valley of Death. "On consulting his wife's accounts, and so forth. The printed calendar Tho Valley of Death Is In tho Island Messrs. Kyru Hulling and Marion by taking Chamberlain s which were kept by means of a very which comes from tho insurance coin, benelitted of Jnva. It Is n crater of on extinct for St. Louis Krlday. 1 had grocery store will be Just Tablets that nu one should feel dis Harns left good memory, It developed Hint puny or the volcano, half n mile wide, filled with couraged who has not given them a and Mrs. Html Walker and Mr. consumed a few meals less In tho ag us good one year as another, and tho carbonic acid gas. which continually gregate than tho total dally quota for mouths will he nil alike. I'robably a trial. They contain nu pepsin or sou; Mr. and Mrs. John l'ato and emanates from fissures In tho bottom more durable form will bo Invented, so other digestive ferments but strencth daughters and Miss Marie Snyder threo weeks. I paid for them. of tho valley. Tho gas being Invisible "'Now, what do I owe for sleeping that It will last a lifetime, bo moved en'the stomach and enable it to per spetit Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Win. and entirely irrcsplrnble, every living from house to house with the rest of form Its functions naturally. Obtain Taul at Kree. thing that descends is Instantly sutxo accommodations?' I asked. '1 hav cnted. Tho ground nbout the crater occupied a bed and room for three the furniture and be handed down to able everywhere. Misses Uessie Hates and Mario Mc future generations as an heirloom. la covered with boues. weeks, you know.' Govern have returned, altera pleasant wouldn't Provision. "My host stared In amazement and Time, with such n calendar, Lodger. A Prudent i visit to friends and relatives near seem so nighty. Philadelphia Canal Locks. demanded: "Jones Is notlilnj; If "ot thorough. Cloverport. nl- Although tho ancients knew tho val '"Do you mean it7 No matter how ho starts out ho Wisdom Teeth. " 'Of course I mean It,' I replied. ue of canals, they failed to hit on tho ways gets to the very uoiiom or Scalds, Galls, Scratchos, Sores wisdom teeth nre tho tlllUKS." Tho so called simple devlco of tho lock, which was may be avoided by constructing the the eastern country whuro I come not discovered till tho fourteenth cen box with one half its size built In from a man's lodgings usually cost two Inst molars to grow and they havo Is very lucky for hlm that "Then It Hurts, Screw Worms. tury. To this day the dlsputo has nev- tho kitchen and tho other half to pro about tho same as his meals. I pre no real connection with tho possesson ho didn't start out as a sea captain." of wisdom. They tnko their name from Itnltlmoro American. er been settled as to which country, Ject through the partition, ns Indl sumo it Is the same hero.' from twenty Italy or Holland. Is entitled to tho catcd by dotted Hues In drawing, upou To make the best cure for such "'I should say not!' he retorted tho tlmo of their nrrlval.which age the years, at credit of the invention. troubles, buy a pint of linseed oil, It the woodshed side. .Where the fuel sharply. 'Nobody In this part ot the to twenty-tlv- e The Coward. eunnly is kept In uu attached building country Is mean enough to cbargo any nverago person is supposed to havo "Hns that young mnn given you any you prefer a heallug oil, or a pound of reached years of discretion. Cuttlnc encouragement, daughter?" A Polite Threat. next to tho kitchen, as is usual, this body for a place to sleep!' " hog lard or vaseline if you want a salve ar(111 the box ono's wisdom teeth menus simply "Whv do you always ask that regular Is easily possible, nnd to "Oh. yes, mother." and add a SOcbottbof Farrls Healing riving at tho point of completeness In irenstomer if tho razor hurts uunr you havo only to raise the cover on "Whtt did ho say?" Remedy, It simply can't be beat by sldo of box and pile the fuel Whenever You Need a Qeneral Tonic physical equipment nnd has no direct oue barber. tho shed asked "Ho asked mo to tell hlm what sort And sec Take Grove's to mentnl enuliunent. The pos of n disposition father had." YonUcrs any salve or liniment made. ns a gentlo reminder," replied Into same. In using, the housewife re iwiiitiiin "Just The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless session of these teeth Is no guarantee what you cet a full pint for not over ho forgets the tip moves It from the kltcheu side of box the other, "that if Statesman. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a it's liable to hurt him next time." st, us shown In drawing. This has also General Tonic because it contains the of wisdom. They grow at about tho Invigorating to tho Pale and Sickly 60 cents. Farrls Healing Remedy Is space sold by us on the Money llack Plan. Louis the udvantago of taking up less well known tonic propertlesof QUININE saino ago in people whethor they tiro The Old Standard general f trrniitlientnE tonic. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store,. in the kitchen as well as belug baudy and IRON. It acts ou the Liver, Drives wiso or not CKO VIS'S TASTHUJSS chill TONIC, driven out out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and MUrl.emlcheilheblood.ndbulldauphey. Cloverport, Ky. One ungrateful man does an Injury to and saving Utter and muss.-Io- wa tctu. A ttuc tonic, for adults and children, sec Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. Homestead. all who aro suffering. Syrus. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? properly, AT THE OLD RELIABLE clogged a Breckinridge Bank. Opposite Union Station I LiV-Vcr-L- Victoria Hotel Rate $1.00 Bath $1.50 European '. '. - Wl H"1-M"- H CORN AND HAY! need either corn or hay in large or small lots write or phone uswe will save you money. J. Theater ir Motoring - Time is Her up-to-d- ate I k JAS. & - PISGAi! NEWS. d 1 THE BRECKENR1DGE Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE. Editor and Publisher APRIL 28, 1915 and petit juries of the May term of tho Brcckcnridgo circuit court. The job of tho jury is indeed n most responsible ono nnd men who set vc on juries should havo an understanding of the law especially the law of right and wrong which is always ens to learn, and very often, hard to obey. Very few men arc willing to serve on tho jury nnd it is sometimes a hard task to get capable men for the service. .May those who will bo placed on the juries in tho coming court tmiko wise and Maf deci-jitm- . EIGHT PAGES. BEWLLYVILLE. HOUSE CLEANING. Sing, n song of cleaning house' BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for cuch additional Mrs. Geo. Compton gave a birthday l'ocket full of nails, insortion. dinntr for her father, Z. T. Stlth SunHour anil twenty dust pans, CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charsred for nt the rate of day. Those who enjoyed the feat Scrubbing brooms nnd palls! .. T. stun anu ramuy, .Mrs were: When the door is open, 10 cents per line. Amanda Jolly and daughter, Blanche, Wife begins to sing OBITUARIES diarized for at the rate ot 5 cents per lino, money and Mrs. B. A. Hardaway. "Just help me move this bureau here, in advance. Mrs. Wm. Corley and baby, of And haiiK this picture, won't you, dear? have returned home, after a visit Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct plca?e And tack that carpet by the door, to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mc ' notify us. And stretch this one n little more, Louti-vill- Coy. Statement of the Ownership. Management, Circulation, Etc.. Required the Act of AttRust by published weeklv at Cloverport, Ky.t for April I, Editor, John D. HabbaRe, Cloverport, Ky. ManaclnR Editor, John D. Cloverport, Ky. Business Manager, John D. Habbage, Cloverport, Kv. Publisher, John D. HabbaRe, Cloverport, Ky. John D. HabbaRe, Owner. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount of bonds, mortgaRes, or other securities, None. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distrib uted, throuRh the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the sis months preceding the e shown above, 1,600. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Owner. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of April, 1915. V. G. Babbage, Notary Public. My coramissiDn expires January J.'!, I9I8. Bab-bagd.-.t- The Breckenridge News ltl5. 21, 1012, of e, HAG UAKPETS AND QUILTS. linis-he- Elizabeth Cex attended the K. at Louisville last week, remain ine over Sunday with friends. Misses Ada May I'oote and Miss Elizabeth Cox go to Madisonvllle on the nth to attend the annual Mission ary Meeting of Louisville Conference They are delegates from the young people and adult societies o'f Bcwley ville. E P. Hardaway visited his brother, Glenn, at West Point, last week. H. H. Norton, of Webster, spent last Thursday at C. H. Drury's. Horace Albright and John Rlgsby each had a cow killed by lightning Friday night. Mis E. A Anil drive this nail nnd screw this screw, And here's n job I have for you This closet door will never catch, I think you'll have to fix the latch; And, oh, while you nrc about it, John, I wish you'd put the cornice on. ind haiiK this curtain when you're done I'll hand you up the other one; to have a hin;e This box has Ilcforc I can put on the fringe; And won't you mend this broken chair I'd like a hook put ri,'ht on there, The bureau drawer must have a knob; And here's another little job I really hate to ask you dear Hut could you fix a bracket here?" 1 mf r urcryct m1 CiW 111 hjouvt i 1 1 v 1 vi w 1 r MSL MSI, nt I,; H Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days J our dollars and four years of spare time wax the cot ot a PAZC refund tiiN spring. Others at Your drujrclst will cute auy moneyof itItching, beautiful pink and white rag carpet ca.e OINTMENT tails to and the many attractive rag carpets being Blind, Bleedlncorl'rotrudlntr Plies ln61ol4days. less expense were made The first application elves Ease and Rest Cc. two made is interesting. The weavers tell us that up until the lnCures Old years, could they get but little weaving, but now rag carpets arc other RemeCles Won't Cura HITES RUN. The worst cases, no mailer of how lonir ttandlnc. very popular. Everybody wants white chain, instead of colored are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. I'orter s Antiseptic Healing OH. It relieves all blue or all tan, chain. Carpets are often made in one $LC0. - Pain and Heals at the same time. 2Cc, sometimes in two shades and they are charming lloor coverings for Miss Kffie McClellan and Zack liurHardinsburg bunday bed rooms. Women who are not gifted in dressmaking, find ptolit dette were in ALWAYS BEAR TO THE EAST afternoon. in cutting and tacking carpet rags. Of course, a woman who is a Mrs. X. J. Miller j.nd daughter. Miss successful eamtrcs-i could not allotd to spend her time working with Bessie, visited her daughter, Mrs. Her Objects Dropped Into "Bottomless -t I GOc, -- And on it goes when these are thru With this and that and those to do, Ad infinitum, and more too, All in a merry jingle And isn't it enough to make A man wish he was single? Almost. The l'ineville Sun. "CAREFUL MAN." DO NOT MAKE A PRIVATE INDIEXECUTOR. HE MAY DIE. THIS WOULD I pnupvnlin TUT! npcu ucorvnc vnn uumu unr ....... wu,i voubuui.,! ii iiikinunui nnun nui WHOM. WHEN YOU MAKE OUR TRUST COMPANY THE EXECUTORS OF YOUR WILL, BUSINESS MEN OF KNOWN FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, INTEGRITY AND CAPACITY, WILL SEE THAT YOUR WISHES ARE CARRIED OUT EXACTLY AS YOU DIRECT IN YOUR WILL. MAKE YOUR WILL TODAY. MAKE US YOUR EXECUTORS. BE A VIDUAL YOUR dttuc iiuu Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Carpet rags". One industrious woman, who has been a home maker for many years, and whose children are now in their own homes, made four quilts last winter. They ate beauties and cost $1(5. The revival of making rag carpets and quilting will give employment to those whose time and talent- - are not in constunt demand by their household. Finger work settles one's nerves and brings contentment that cannot be found in idle moments. Women should not engage in any work to kill time." Every moment should be spent profitably,eitherin work or needed recreation. For those who do much sewing and cooking, reading is restful. And to others rag carpets and making quilts are suggested as fascinating and delightful resting time work. WHAT ARE YOU DOING bert Walker, Clover Creek, Sunday. Miss Clara Hardin was the guest of Mrs,. J. B Smart last Friday.' Mr. and Mrs, Leo Elder were in Cloverport Saturday. James Grabill and family moved to Hancock county last week. Misses Ida and Ada Waggoner were in Cloverport Friday. O. W. Hendrickson lost a good mule last week. Mrs. James Sahlle, of Cloverport, visited her father, Sam Burdette, Sunday. Pits" Are Inevitably Attracted In That Direction. Marlon Weatherholt, ffl J. H. Blythe, our trustee, is taking the school census this week. People who are engaged in boosting their home town or the lames and Herman Waggoner were community in which they live are the happiest people in the world in Hawesville Saturday. today. Those who are making special etforts to set before outsiders and those at home the advantages of living in and dealing with their For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the towns, are certainly not standing idly nn the corners or sleeping on household remedy. Two sizes 25c and tho counters in their stores. Work hard and strenuous for your 50c at all drug stores. town. If you live on a farm, work for your community. If there is a .special improvement campaign going on, join that, you will feel Louisville Man Ends His Life. If not, keep on at the tasks closest to better for the you. It lies within the power of every man. woman and child to do something worthwhile for their community. A child may pick up boy may cut the weeds down, men and paper oil' the streets, a women can accomplish wonders in the way of civic betterment and civic beauty. There arc so many ways in which you can help the place you call home. What arc you doing? WOMEN VOTE SATURDAY. Saturday is the election of School trustees. An interesting part of this election is that tho women have a right to vote. With the right, intelligence must follow. Tho voters should choose with forethought tho man who will take tho greatest interest in tho work. See where the election will be held in your town, do not wait for some one to remind you, but remind some ono else to go. The women must not leave it to tho men and the men must not leave it to the women to do all the voting at these important elections. At tho Kentucky Educational Meeting in Louisville last week Hardin county got the prize for tho largest attendance of trustees. CANDIDATES FOH REPRESENTATIVE. Wo announce this week as candidates for Representative in the next Kentucky Legislature, H. A. Cannon, of Madrid, and Squire G. A. Wright, of McQuady, subject to tho will of tho Republican These gentlemen aro both party in the next August Primary. worthy men, good substantial citizens, successful farmers and high class men in every way. Thoy want to go to tho Legislature to servo their follow men, in an honest, upright way and if elected will do it to tho best of their ability. It is a credit to tho county to havo men like the.-- o oiler for ollicc. Tho Republicans will not make a mistake in nominating either ono of theso gentlemen. The mystery of the disappearance of Kobt. 1. Crawford, the young Louisville business man, who dropped out of sight last Monday, was cleared Saturday when his body was found on an island in below Wolf river, a short distance Memphis. There was a bullet hole through Ins head and beside the body was found a revolver with one chamber empty. A negro fisherman discovered the remains in a clump of trample down weeds. At two o'clock G. C. Crawford was lo cated in Memphis and identified the body. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Because of Its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA TIVE IIRO.MO QUININE is better than ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor rinEins in head. Remember the lull name and look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c. Because the earth whirls so fast, rocks dropped into the very deep shafts of Michigan copper mines disappear on tho way down. At some of tho shafts, which are nearly a mile deep In a straight drop, It Is" the general belief that a load of broken stone can bo dumped into the hole at the top without causing any injury to a man at the bottom. On account of the motion of the earth a rock will not fall perfectly straight, but will bear to the east, lodging in the timber lining or perhaps bounding from wall to wall until It Is broken up or caught by some projection. A group of experimenters from the Michigan College ot Mines verified this by careful tests with steel balls. One ball was hung by a thread over the holet about four feet from the eagj side, and the thread burned. A clay box had been placed at the bottom of the shaft to catch the ball, but It never appeared, Another ball was then dropped, by the same method, a little farther away from the east edge, and this ball, also, did not get to the bottom. Careful search located the first ball imbedded In the timbers 800 feet down, but the second ball never has been found. As the earth revolves the surface is moving eastward at a rate which varies with the latitude. Down In tho earth the rate Is not so fast, on tho same principle that a point on tho tiro of a wheel revolves faster than ono on a spoko. Consequently, at the distance of a mile below the surface the speed rate Is less than at tho surface. The falling ball, however, continues to move toward the east at the same velocity It had on the earth's surface. Saturday Evening Post. MEANS OF WASHING THE EYE Winking la a Process Which Dame Nature Has Instituted for Optic's Preservation. I General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. f THE PLACE OF H Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction in... m Building Material, Building Hardware, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. gj j g I Lubricating II Oils, Greases and Gasoline 1 $ m Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe IH and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. II Special Prices To Close Out These Lines 2 cans corn 2 enns hominy 2 cans gooseberries 5 cans permontos 3 cans Polk's tomatoes 1 can Special tomatoes 7 bars Big Deal Soap 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, 2i inch Corrugated, Metal Shingles. Any of the above in cither 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. Good View Dispelled Love. A short time ago a servant In York shire gave notice to leave her situation, informing her mistress that she was about to be married. As tho time drew near for leaving she addressed her mistress thus: "Please, mum, have you got a girl yet?" "No, nridget. Why do you ask?" "Because, if you haven't, I should liko to stay." "Why, I thought you were going to marry the sweep!" "Oh, yes, mum," replied Bridget, hesitatingly, "but when I saw him after 'Is face was washed I felt I could not lovo him." London TIt-BIt- Every business should havo a head, ono man to whom tho public may. look to as manager and tho only business that prospers is the The public is company that has a competent man to till this office. always served best by direct contact with tho head man. Much time can bo saved by tho company and tho customers in seeking tho information desired from tho manager of any concern. Naturally every man has his favorite member in every business, but for tho quickest and safest results, tho man who is responsible for tho trans, actions in tho long run, should bo first consulted. There is a company whoso head man answers every telephone call because ho can furnish tho exact information wanted immediately. No company is so unsatisfactory to tho public as ono without a special heaU man and nothing so annoying to a business as tho people who fail to consult the general manager first. Splendid Gift to Museum. Ten scrapbooks compiled by Edward Fitzgerald, tho poet of "Omar Khayyam," havo been bequeathed to tho Ipswich museum by his niece, Miss Eleanor Kerrlck, to be added to tho relics in tho Fitzgerald room in Christ Church mansion. The scrap-book- s consist of portraits of all manner of notabilities, kings and pugilists, bishops and murderers being pasted side by side. They contain many When honesty Is merely a good original sketches by Charles Keene of Punch, also draw- policy It la a poor virtue. ings by John Constable. Some of the k The unconscious act of winking bears a quite important relation to the welfare of tho eye. This being the most delicate and sensitive organ of the body exposed to tho air, it is In constant need of the protection given by the eyelids, which not only closo quickly at the approach of danger, but are employed In washing the surface of tho eye. Moistening is required to offset the drying effect of the air, and cleaning to prevent tho Injurious effect of dirt Every time you wink tho eye Is washed. Inside tho eye Is the little tear gland, which, as Its name Implies, Is busy storing up1 tho supply of tears. This gland keeps the Inside ot the lid mo)st, and you wink automatically whenever the surface of tho eye becomes dry or a particle ot dust or anything else strikes It. This work is done as often as necessary, and to realize how often It 1s necessary try how long you can keep your eyes open without winking. 7 bars Clean Easy Soap 15c 15c 15c 15c 25c 05c 25o 25c Gent's Underwear 35c Men's shirts worth 50o Men's drawers worth 50o..35u 35c Brooms 25c to Men's handkerchiefs 5c and 10c 3 pairs ovory-da20o socks J2)c Arbuckloi colFce y Fordsville Planing Mill Go, Incorporated JAKE WILSOI, J. A. Matthews, Glen Dean, Ky. Minagir Fordsville, Kentucky; Mm Evelyn Hicks Cloverport, Ky. IS FEATURING SOME EXCEEDINGLY CHIC HATS NEW IN SHAPE AND TKlMMING drawings are enriched with comments Lazy fanners are just as useless as by the poet. , dead ones and take up more room. Fifty mon or more have been summoned to serve on the grand Try the "Want" Column Subscribe Now K6 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, APR. Entered at tlio l'o 28, 1915 OlMcentClotcrport, M second cum matter. Kj Margaret Millinery the newest fashion for this season. New hats (Ills week at Mrs. Cordrcy'i. Mrs. Joe Harpolc nml daughter, Miss trend All White fin Show Our THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ' ADVERTISING Br THE QENERAL. BRANCHES QPF1CF9 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS IWTEb FOR POLITICAL $ S.fiO For Precinct mid city Offices For County Offices $ 6.00 For State nnd District Offices f Ifi.OO 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 " Pdnnnn n I Tfnin uiiiiguuib uiianyu ui iiani CnhnrilllA The L, H. & St. L. EffectivelMarch No. No. 112 nn un 15, 1915. !!!." A. M. I0:li! A. M, 13:10 I. M, . .. . EAST HOl.'NI) will leave Cloverport Arrlvlne Irvlnptnn Airlvlnjr Louisville No. 146 will leave Clovcmort Arriving Irvlngtou . Arrlrlns Irvlncton Arrlvlne liulivllle. 114 will leave Clovrrport . .. 7:10 I. M, 5:07 A.M. 5:51 A. M 1S:0I 4:.Y! 5:1(1 I'. M I'. M. Harpole, of Louisville, were guests of Mrs. Sallie Moorman last week. Krncst Gregory has returned here from Little Rock, Arkansas and has a position at the Cloverport Pinning Mill. Mrs, Charles Moorman of Versailles, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. ltowmer. Mr. Moorman was here Sunday. Mrs. H. M. Harper and little daughter, Magdclcue, of Scbrce, are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs Ivdwird Gregory The Ladies Heading Club met with Mrs. Leonard Oelre last Thursday and tomorrow afternoon will meet with Mrs Prank Payne Miss Martha Willis hostess to the Priday Club last week ana will be en tertained this week by Misses Susette and Prancis Sawyer. Mrs. W II. Downier was in Louisville Priday and visited the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom llowmcr, who has just recently arrived. J. R. Meador spent Saturday at Glen Dean the guest of Miss Mallie Moorman. Miss Moorman was here Sunday for a short visit to relatives and w.-t- s Dental Work to your friends if we made it o. k., and tell them we did it. We and will gladly stand back of it. It "will til Note Aclvertlrf n in The Warm Days Remind One That ri i" wlicn you want Hilvcrtivmcnt illciiiitlnufil. ileno notlfr tl' rilltor HOUSECLEANING Is in Order Von mav want a New Rug, 9x12 Wool Fiber ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONi: CENT PER WORD For Sale - Harness. l.i: poll unit liri Oni'M't of ilnttliln 1111:1: v luir- pole clir p. CI: l.tdjtfoot. For Sale - Jersey Cows Ol: PAt.K- - Two.li'-M-cunt. One In Iter ami oik1 live due' to c:iivi m.t month. Ilupli llfir.hitvuy. liutoii. Ky. S. C. Black .Minorca Ejrjrs For Hatching SIMil.h Comb lllin'k .Mlnorru Kuct fur Mttlhit: for fancy liitri oo per titling, itlsfiictloticmriiutci'd. I'lill Mciliiry, Ky. guarantee every piece Improve Your Looks wonderfully to have a little dental work done Don't put it off. No charge for examination $7.50 Mall Runners, 27 in. x 9 feet W. A. WALKER DENTIST for ulllltv iittrhiitH l:0 tnr $3.50 up; Mattings 12Je to 25c yard; ... a i i i I. uj j. yarns wine: linoleum ' or wide. Window Shades, Scrim, Lace Curtains 50c j& pair up; Door Panels 25c up. 9cSc i i Hardinsburg, Ky. Office oftr Bank 0! Hardlniburg & Trust Co For Sale. Cloverport, Ky. LOT No. an InSlMlKtrcct. Hliilltniin llnw . ehe:ii). Write Chennult. Ky. Salesman WMNTKl) for llreokllirltlire county a tales. Willi MflMlH iMlfllvl.'llirM llf iltltfllllfl. mill! Mle Mimillrs. To earn frtun li tl il.iv 101 elllnc purchuslni: contractu. Itefrei 01 required Write Kentucky Auto Supply Co., to f. Third Stree t, lotilavillc Kentucky. 11 -- FRESH Wanted Rugs, 27 .v 54, I.'l All PI.. vvn l. Vegetables! Instead pf taking a spring tonic and different kinds of s medicines, eat fresh and hac perfect health. lege-table- f friends Cloverport people in Louisville re For Sale 'HB I'limoiis Jit.. Tosopli Sweet Cider. Holt. Ky. J.S. Tinlns. For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pigs I. C, FOliHAI.i: Klevcn thorniiirhhred O. iirlrn I.. II. Silver C'n lnr.1 nf winner dIl'h. iltlur.Y. riirtnivnli1iiiiiiitlii old. C.ilfoii or addrevi, .l. llusKlns, l,elti'h X-- (B I. Arrlvlne Owensloro 1S:.V I'. Jl, Arrlvlns lIcnikTion ... I23 1.M. Arrlvlne Evansvllle 7:13 1'. M. Arrlvlne St. Louis 7:54 P. M. No. 143 will leave Cloverport Ss.Hil'. M. . ArrlvlneOwcnsboro 0:35 1'. M. . Arrlvlne Henderson 10:13 1'. M. Arrlvlne Evansvlllo. - 11:3SI'. 31. No. 143 will leave Cloverport . 12:43 A.M. Arrlvlne Owetisboro 1:39 A. M. Arrlvlne Henderson 2:03 A. M. Arrlvlne Evansvlllo 7:40 A.M. Arrlvlne St. Louis d :30 A.M. No. 117 will leave Cloverport 7:40 A.M. Arrlvlne Oweniloro 9:00 A.M. Henderson Arrlvlne M. . . . . . . No. 141 WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport. . A. M. cently: Mrs. Joe Sawyer, Mrs. Chas. May and daughters, Miss.es Kva and Kliza May, Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, O. T, Skillmau, Mrs. Lizzie Geer. J. ' t.-jfc. I C. NOLTE & CLOVERPORT, KY. BRO.l J ikmci, ivy. GARFIELD. ONIONS Dr. R. W. Meadow was here Sunday ou a professional '.'all. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Compton attend ed church here Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. 15. Richardson. Rev. Letlie Dellart filled his regular cure a cold. LI;TTL'CC makes )ou sleep well. RHUBARB purifies the complexion. ASPARAGUS is good for nencs. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Pure Bred Orphington Eggs I red II11IT Orphlnclon re liiimtl. Clii'.i. fiiwlu ij.. i...hiul ..1 v iirult.......i.l fi. up . on tllllfil u or Illlll mivv jm nt.iiukni l(.vm-- u 'ri.i. 111.. ..I account tnc ici uve price, not put . iv. i.!.Kriui-iiiiruiiiniurj;. ivy. H.ii. UOU SAMv-1'uI .i,-i- For Sale v.'.jaai.la.,-aniia- Wyandotte Fggs. have full lock While Wyandotte ljrss fur 1 saleatSI.Oil Her settlni:.- - JInrv .Mnnnlr L. Clienault, Ky. I -- I i reisunai raidyrciLiua .. m mr v. r appointment here Saturday and lay, Sun- - Allen Al. Kingsbury, Announcements STATF: OFriCFS I p''y THE TRINIDAD-IAKE-ASPHAL- T 1 Mr. Walter Urown and Miss Kather-iu- e Telephone 74. J Kincheloe, of Hardiusburg, were About People Who Live In Cloverport, married in Louisville last week. Cloverport, Ky. Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In The Misses Harned were the guest of Other Towns and Cities and In States Miss Myrta Priest Sunday. That are Far Away. Society Notes In- eluded. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Kennedy and Report of tlie conditions of the children and Mr. and Mrs. Tonunie Mrs. T. 1 Sawyer, Pool and children were guests of Mr. Wanted boarders E and Mrs. Robert Pool Sunday. Cloverport, Ky. Rev. Leslie DeHart, Mr. and Mrs. J. rroctor Keith was in Louisville Tom Gray, John Moredock and Mr. Doini business in the town of Cloverport, County of Breckinridge, State Tuesday. and Mrs. Tom Gregory were dinner of Kentucky, at the close of busMrs. Hillary Hardin is ill at her home guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison iness on 15th clay of April, Sunday in honor of Mr. Gray's fiftyon the hill A splendid dinner second birthday. at Mrs. Beautiful wasserved. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton and Loans ami IJiscounts f 119,962.27 Hdvious RalTerty, of Louisville, spent Overdrafts, secured and unchildren were visiting here Sunday. Monday In Cloverport. secured 120 34 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, of Irving-to- n, Stocks, Bonds and other SeMr. David Mattingly, who has been 73i679-7curities are visiting her sister, Mrs. D. H very ill. is much improved. 27,866 19 Due from Ranks Smith. 8,465 S6 Cash on hand Miss Lucile Hardin, of Holt, was the Miss Denton, of Leltchfield, Is here Checks and other cash items 33.10 Sunday. i guest of Miss Mary McGavock Hanking House, Furniture visiting her cousin, Miss Myrta Priest. 6,24000 Gregory is visiting her and Fixtures. Miss Drew Mr. and Mrs. Owen Robbins, Misses brother, P. S. Gregory, of Owensboro. Jane Robbins, Claudie and Fronia Total $236,367.51 Mrs. J. Hyrne Severs delightfully en- Woosley and Mr. Hubert Parks, of LIABILITIES tertained the Wednesday Club last week. Clifton Mills, attended church here Mrs. Elizabeth Keith is visiting Mr. Sunday and were guests of Miss Ella Capital Stock paid in, in cash. f45, 100.00 Surplus l'utid.... 6,581.02 .. and Mrs. Clarence Keith in Klizabeth-tow- Letha Dowell. Undivided I'rofits, less exWilburn and Earline Mattingly, of penses and taxes paid 1,376.06 Miss Anne Hambleton, of Henderson, Custer, spent Friday and Saturday with Deposits subject to check "arrived Sunday for a short visit to Mrs. their grandmother, Mrs. Ella Mattingly. Demand Certificates $52,412 79 rM :..1.fAn t Mrs. Arthur Wright, of Highland of Deposit 00 130,897.64 Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Time Deposits. Mrs. J. T. Owen has returned home Park, Certified Checks.. . 00 from Louisville and lier condition is Mrs E. S. Hobbs. Cashier's checks Mrs. V. B. Mattingly, Dr. and Mrs. outstanding 00183,310.13 very much improved. J. A. Sandbach, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Miss Blizabeth Owen Hale, of Hen- Total $236,367.51 Bruner were in Louisville last week. derson, was the guest of Misses Jane and . The following young folks were State of Kentucky, B Mayme Sawyer Suuday. members of a house party at the home County of Breckinridge. J Mrs Wilbur Gregory, of Louisville, of Miss Mildred Smith, at Hensley: We, W. H. Ilowmer and A. B. Skill was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Misses Elmina Lyons, Emma Meadow, mau, President and Cashier of the Mrs, Tom Ilohler, Sunday. Mary Helen Whitworth, Nell Springate above named Bank, do solemnly swear mat tlie above statement is true to tlie Miss Nell Moorman, of Glen Dean, and Louise Taylor; Messrs. Paul Cham-blisbest of our knowledge and belief Beard, jr., W. II BOWMISR, President. Earl Thomas, C, L. was In Louisville from Bowling Green, A. B. SKILLMAN, Cashier. and Groyer Gregory. attending the K. E. A. meeting. Subscribed and sworn to before me Mrs. Lina Horsly is very sick at this this 22ml day of April, 1915. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benton were here O T. SKILLMAN, Notary Public. from Louisville Sunday to see her writing. My commission expires January 20, Mrs. Tom Macy, of Epheasus, acbrother, Mr. David Mattingly. I918. companied by Misses Neva Milliner and Mrs. J. Proctor Keith and little daugh Lillian May, attended Sunday school at ters, Kathrine and Elizabeth Keith, vis the Presbyterian church here Sunday. ited relatives in Caunelton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lannie Pool were dinProf. Chas. Gardner was in Caunelner guests of Mrs. Ella Mattingly Sun For Governor We lire nuthorl;ed to announce II. W. IIOSWOKTII a candidate fur (Jovernor of Kentucky, J shirt-wais- ts Cor-dre- subject to the action ot the Hi nuiT.itlc Tarty. AUKtist l'rtmary. We are aiitliorled to mini mice 11. v. mlciii:s!Ni:v of 1'mnkfort. Ky., 11s a eandld ito for (!ov ernorot Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic party. I'rlnnry election, Aucust 7. IIMj. We are authorized to announce A.O. STANLEY as a caedldate for (Jovernor of Kentu'l.y subject to the action of the Dsmocrattc Parly Aueust Primary. We are authorized to announce II. II. ClIEItltV as a candidate, for (Jorernor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Deiuoerallc 1'artv AuKiist Primary, For Lieutenant-Governo- r m Armed with Nature's cvcr!ast!nrr n rrproofcr'1 Gcnasco is ready to combat rain, ?r.o., lu.!, . ud, fttn, heat, cold, ami fire and to defend your roof with IgS iti rnsUtlun' Inctintr life,, nm! l;oi'i it wontlier-tifll-t. -- -i r, 1,, " roofinp; is stipplietl with Gcnasco smootli-surfac- e tp!j KIcets, which make seams patented Kant-lea- k s. wntertiroof without cement, ami nrevent M& Give us your order for Genasco- - uuer siuootu or A.Swl nail-leak- ic, mineral surface fmK Irvin&tcn Hardware & Implement Co, Irvington, We are authorized to announce JUIHIK JA.MIW I) BLACK of Ilartiorrllle, Ky., 11s 11 candidate for .icutenani-uover- i or or ivemucKy sunjeci to the action of the Democratic. Party In Primary Election. August It'll. IF" IT'S For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to aiincuuce S. II. I'AYNE of Irvlnetnn, iisacandldateforClrciiltCourt Clerk of llreckenrldi;e countv. subject 10 the action of the Itepuhllcan Party, In Primary ElectloL, Aiiuust. Hill. PURITY and you want, phone the originators, QUALITY gj We are authorized to announce PA PL IIASHAM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of llrecken rldco county, subject to tho action of the ". KepuhMcnn party. 1'rlmury election, IVI5. :it the end of the bridge. Wo For Representative. are authorized to announce We make a Specialty of Brick Cream and O "I II. A.CANNON, of Madrid. llreckenrlUno county, nsacandl-dat- u for lleprescntatlvu. subject to the ot the Itepilhllcau party. 111 Primary Election Saturday. AiiKUst". special orders. Cream Capacity 200 Gallons Daily. are authorized to announce O.A. WltlttllT, of McQuady, HrecxenrlilRe county, as canfor Representative, subject to t lie ac didate tion of tlio Uepubllcuu party, lu Primary Election Saturday, Auitu.t'. Wo 11 s, When tho soul communes with tlio spirit of nature tho back to the farm movement provalls. There aro two kinds of farmers. One trios to take all tho advice ho hears and tho other won't take any at all. The "All Gas Kitchen."! ,UfrinM7Lui'wic,vnMiprsiAmu.a'i.inii T0BINSP0RL Tin The "All Gas Kitchen" home-keeping. " , Do You Know a Good Knife? It is every boy 's desire to bo the possessor of a good pocket knife. Men, too, do not want to carry a knife that hasn't the right kind of metal in it. Keen Kutter Knives 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 day. The contest between the Blues and Reds at the Presbyterian chureh re sulted in a victory for the Blues, but as the majority was only nine, the Reds are not feeling bad. Each side did good work and brought in a number who were not attending Sunday school. The attendance in the Presbyterian Sunday school Sunday was I5I, and at the Baptist Sunday school, 86. making 237 in Sunday school here. Our Sunday schools are growing in Interest each Sunday. The Try Class and Test Questions are interesting and helpful. ton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weatherholt, ot Owensbo.o, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Huthstinner, of Tell City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Curt Ryan. Bert Wheeler, of Rome, was the guest of Miss Eoda Parrlsh Sunday. After church services at the Baptist church Saturday afternoon the congregation weut to the river where Rev. Uabbert administered the ordinance of baptism to James Thresher and Owen J SPRING For MEN SUITS the acme of perfecA kitchen so equipped tion in modern is convenient, prompt, economprovides service that ical and above all, clean and sanitary. , is and BOYS Orders Filled Promptly Telephone 70-- To the conscientious housekeeper the "All Gas daily source of delight, saving count less steps, fuel bills, and a great deal of time in the routine drudgeries of house work. Kitchen" is a The Wednesday Club Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Cliverport, : : Kentucky The Wednesday Club will be enter tained this afternoon at the home of day. Miss Irene Jarboe. Members requested Edgar Hill, of Tell City, visited Miss to be present on time. Myrtle Hawkins Sunday, W. B. Cummlngs, of Tell City, vis Dyspepsia it America's curse. To weight, good ited Miss Mary Prank Sunday. restore digestion, normal Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stamp, ot Tell health and purify the blood, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug, City, visited at the home of her grand, mother, Mrs. Wm. Suddarth, Sunday. Telephone ttoret. Price, $100. Polk. Mrs. Herbert Cockrell Is spending the week in Cannelton the guest of her sister, Mrs. Esa Schaefer. Tip Tate and son, Ployd Tate, vis ited at the home of J. W. Lyons Sun BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. Make your kitchen modern while you have an opportunity by installing the latest improved gas ap pliances, for Sale or Rent by Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent 56-- J The Cloverport Gas Co. Phone 39-1- 2. Dentist Cloverport, Ky. V Mystery CHAPTER XIX. A Blank Sheet of Paper. Florence was a fortnight In recov ering from the shock of her expert enco at the masked ball of the Prln cess Parlova, who, by the way. dlsap peared from New York shortly after the fire, no doubt because of her fear Of the niack Hundred. The fire did not destroy the house, but most of tho furnishings were so thoroughly drenched by water that they were practically ruined. Her coming and going were a nine days' wonder, and then the public found something else to talk about Norton was a constant visitor at tho Hargreavo place There was to him a new Interest In that mysterious house, with Its hidden panels. Its false floors, 'ts secret tunnels: but he treated Jones upon the same basis as hitherto One thing however. He lelt a sense of security In regard to Florence such as he had not felt before So, between assignments he ran out to Rlverdale Princess Parlova Attired for the Ball, and did what he could to amuse his ing any particular objective point In they took short view. sweetheart. rides In tho runabout, and at length "Sh!" whispered Jim. she became as lively as she had ever "What Is it?" been. "Olga Perigoff Is yonder in a box." But often she would catch Nor'on "Very well; let us go and sit with brooQlnfj. her. Is sho alone?" "What makes you frown like that?" Apparently. Hut don't you think innocently we'd I frowning?" "Was better go elsewhere?" enough. 'My dear young man," said Flor "1 find you this way a dozen times ence with mock loftiness, "Olga PeriIs the matter? goff In an afternoon. What has written me down as a simAro they after you again?" ple young fool, and that Is why, sooner Is"Heavens, no! I'm only a vague or later, I'm going to put the shoe sue. They will not bother me so Ions on the other foot You and Jones as I do not bother them. It has have coddled me long enough. Inasdwindled Into a game of truce." much as I am the stake they are play"Do you think to?" eying him curi- ing for, I Intend to have something ously. more than a speaking part In the Million Dollar The "Yes. And more to stay nero. iiui this Is tho first bit of dishonest work I ever did." "Well, remember what I have said. Another misstep and I make nn end to you. Don't think I'm trying to scare you. You've witnessed enough to know that It's life and death In this house. Now run along." At tho Garden Jim and Florence sauntered among the crowd, not hav- " 1 otherwise tne coUnTetk would narre taken the mysterious note at once to him. She remained for perhaps quarter of an hour longer and then left tho garden. Sho would have taken th letter to her own apartment but for the fact that the chemicals needed were hidden In the cave. Now It happened that Florence went out for her early ride the next morn Ing, and crossing a field she sawman with a bundle under his arm. The sun struck his profile and limned It plainly, and Florence uttered a low cry. The man had not observed her. So, very quietly, she slipped from the horse, tethered It to a tree, and started after the man to learn what he was doing so far from tho city. She would never forget that face. She had seen It that dreadful night when the note had lured her Into the hands of her enemies. The face belonged to the man who had impersonated her father, It occurred to her that she might Just as well do a little detective work on her own hook. She had passed through so many terrifying episodes that she was beginning to crave for the excitement, strange as this may seem. Like a gambler who has once played for high stakes, she no longer found pleasure In thimbles and needles and pins. She followed the man with no little skill and at length saw him approach a knoll, stoop, apparently press a spring, and a hole suddenly yawned. The man vanished quickly. and the spot took on again Its vir ginal appearance. A cave. Florence had the patience to wait. By and by the man appeared again and slunk - "Why, yes." "What's the use of trying to fool mo, Jim? If they haven't been after you, you are sensing a presage of evil. I'm not a child any longer. Haven't I been through enough to make me a woman? Sometime I feel very old." "To me you are the most charming In all this wide world. No, you're not a child any longer. You are a woman, brave and patient: and I know that I could trust you with any secret I have or own. But sometimes a person may have a secret which is not his and which he hasn't any right to disclose." She became silent for awhile. "I hate money," she said. "I hate it, play." 'All right; you'rs tho admiral,' ne said with pretended lightness. So tho two of. them joined their ubtle enemy, conscious of a tingle of zest as they did so. On her part, he ccuntps was always suspicious of reporter. She never hi3 slscpy-oypcou'd tell how much he knew. Cut of Florence sho was reasonably certain: and so long as she could fool the pretty infant the suspicions of the reporter were a negligible quan- - I I hate It!" "It's mighty comfortable to have It around sometimes," he countered. "As in my case, for instance. If I were poor and had to work no one would bother me." "I would!" he declared, laughing. "Como; let's throw off moods and go into town for tea at the Rose Garden; and if you feel strong enough we'll trip tho light fantastic." They had been gone from the house less thun an hour when a man ran up tho steps of the veranda and rang the bell. Jones being busy at the rear of tho house, the maid came to the door. "Is Miss Hargreavo In?" the stranger asked. "No," abruptly. The door began to close over so slowly. "Do yci know where I can find away. When she was sure that he was be yond range, she came out from the place of concealment, crept up the knoll, and searched about for the magio hamlb of this strange door. Diligence rev.ard: her, and she soon found herself in a large, musty, earth-smel- l ing cave. Loot was scattered about, and there were boxes and chairs and a large chest. Men evidently met here, possibly after some desperate adventure against society. She found nothing to reward her hardihood, and as she was In the act of moving toward the cave's door she beheld with terror that It was moving! She was near the chest at that mo ment The cave was not a deep one. There was no tunnel, only a wall. Resolutely she raised the- lid of the chest, stepped Inside, and drew the lid down. She was just in time. The door opened and three men entered, talking volubly. They felt perfectly secure in talking as loudly as they pleased. To Florence It seemed almost Impossible that they did riot heir the thunder of her heart? Strain I tr ears as she might, she could gather but little of what they said, except "It Hargreave had this paper we mlsht all be put on the defensive. To an outsider It is a blank paper. But the bosd will be able to read it. . . ." The speaker moved away from the vicinity of the chest and she heard no more. Very deftly Florence raised the lid just enough to peep out. The man who had been talking was putting the note In his hip pocket. As he turned toward the chest he sat down on the soapbox immediately In front of the chest. An Inspiration came to the girl, an exceedingly daring one. She took wortny of note, eraint was aiBguiBea, iie rotica up nts sleeves ana itepea but. thin time Jim was not to be fooled braced herself but But what was he looking for, wondered toward her. Shoeyes from his Sud tho reporter? Bralne .continued to did not turn her pole along, sometimes pausing to look denly, from nowhere at all, came over tho gunwale down into tho wa pair of hands. One clutched tho gun ter. In raising his head after the last walo and tho other laid hold of Bralne, investigation he discerned something A quick pull followed, and Bralne be gan to topplo. But even as ne tell he managed to fling himself atop his assailant; and It was only when the struggle began In the water that ne recognized the reporter. All the devil In htm camo to the surface and ne fought with the fierceness of a tiger mm to kill, kill, kill In nearly every In stance this meddling reporter had checkmated him. This time one or the other of them should stay in the water. i .Norton recognized that he had a large order before him to disable Tho recognition between Bralne. them was now frank and absolute; thero could never again be any diplo matic sidestepping. WMfmS- WmmmmKi'rld "You're a dead man, Norton!" panted Bralne, as he reached for the reporter's throat Norton said nothing, but struck the hand aside. For a moment they both went under. They came up sputter ing, each trying for a hold. It was a terribly enervating struggle. Florence could do nothing. The boat in which she sat continued to drift away from tho fighting men Once she tried to reach Bralne with the pole he had been using, but tailed. From the shore camo another ooat For awhile she could not tell whether It contained friends or enemies It was terrlblo to be forced to wait, ab solutely helpless. When she heard the call a Moment the Countess Suspected newcomers know encouragingly to For Bralne sho then that the orave a Trap. fight of her sweetheart was going to struggling In the water, about three come to naught. Sho know a little hundred yards away The current about leisurely brought the object into full power motors. She threw on the and headed straight toward the view. It was a young woman with rowboat. The men her, Just power enough to keep herself but she did not alter shouted at The her course. afloat. The golden head roused somecrushed in and thing In him stronger than curiosity. rowboat had Its sides into the men went piling the water. It plight be! Jim," sne criea. Bralne proceeded to move the launch Norton suddenly flung off Bralne and In the direction of the girl. It was began to swim madly for the motor-boathis movement that turned the report which Florence brought er s gaze. He, too, now saw the worn about. Even then It washad by the only an In tho water and wondered how barest luck in the world, that Norton she had come there. When Bralne managed to catch the gunwale. The reached the girl and pulled her Into rest of It was simple. When they the launch Jim saw her face plainly, finally reached a haven, Florence, oddHe flew from his vantage point, ly enough, thought of the horse she found a skiff, and started aftnr Hralne bad left tethered nine miles from the By the Lord Harry!" murmured stables. She laughed hysterically. the rogue. "Well, they can talk of "I guess ho won't die. Wo can send manna from heaven, but thl3 Is what someone out for him. Now, for heavI call luck. Florence Hargreave out en's sake, how did you get Into this? of nowhere, into my arms! The god of luck has cast anotl.T horseshoe (5 k Assess and It's mine." tie had r ilask in his pocket, and he forced some of the biting spirits L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health BjfeTK!. Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Dr. R, P. Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trtn! I Wills' Livery Slibli Prepared to Treaf all Animal'Diseases Special Attention Giten lo Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg, Ky. ICTOEZSlfol qlocziOE Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains t, Hardinsburg, : Ky. CZI0C)0lr310lCZ30CZ3 We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. kf$$m m rr Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING I Xt KSffiS&Vi&fGSWi I Florence Was Thrust Into a Room .nd Made Prisoner. tlty. She greeted them effusively and offered them chairs. For half an hour thoy sat thero, chatting Inanities, all ness; then, remembering that the re- the while each mind busy with deeper porter waB with Florence, said: "I concerns. believe she U at the Hose Garden this When the man in search of Florafternoon." ence eventually arrived and asked tho "That is in town?" manager of tho garden If he knew "Yes." Miss Hargreave by sight tho manager abruptly pointed toward tho box. The man "Thanks." Tho man turned and ran down the steps. wound his way in and out of the idlers Tho maid ran back to Jones. and by tho time ho reached the box "Why didn't you call me?" ho deiim and Florence had made their demanded impatiently. parture. The man bowed, approached, "There wasn't time." and asked if she was Miss Hargreave. "Did you toll him where she was?" For a moment tho countess suspected I shouldn't have told him "Yes. Hut a trap. Then It appealed to her mind If Mr Norton had not been with Miss tltat if thero was no trap it might be Florence." well to pote as Florence, If only to Jones ran to the front, dashed out, what tho outcomo might be. eyed the back of the man hastening larn "Ye3. What Is wanted?" sho asked. down the street, smiled, and returned Tho man took a letter from his to his work, or, rather, to tho maid. Ho took her by tho shoulder, whirled pocket and handed it to Olga, saying: her about, and shot a look into her "(live this to your father. Ho knows how to read It." eyes that quailed her. Heforo sho could reply the man had "Always call mo hereafter, no matter what I'm doing. That man has turned and was hurrying away. Olga opened tho nolo, her heart nover laid oyes on Florence and has It was utterly no Idea what she looks like. Why did beating furiously. you drug my coffee tho night of that blank. At first sho thought it was a hoax. Then sho happened to rememball?" ber that thero was such a thing as InShu stepped back. "And how much did they pay you visible ink. At last! Hargreave was for letting that doctor send Florence ullve; tills letter settled all doubt In Alive! to Atlantic City? I know every tiling. her mind on this question. Hereafter, walk straight. If you play And not only that, but tho girl and another trick I'll kill you with theso Jones were evidently in communication with him. She summoned a two hands. And listen and tell this waiter, mado a secret sign, and he to your confederates: I always know bowed and approached. She slipped every movo thoy make; that Is why no tho letter Into his hand and whisono Is missing from this house. Thero pered: "Show that at tho cave tois a traitor. Let them find him if they morrow. It is In invisible Ink and can. Will you walk straight, or will meant for Hargreave." you leave?" "He's alive?" "I I will walk straight," sho fal"Positively." tered. "Tho money was too big a "Very well." The waiter bowed and temptation." Btrollcd away nonchalantly. ".Did lhey sire. It to y.ou?" Hnilne wan In Ronton over night. her?" The maid eyed him with covert keen- your father?" "I I don't know," dazedly. "Better think quickly," ho warned. (To be Continued) "I want lucid answers to my questions, or back you go into tho water, Scratching Hens. I'm about at the end of my rope. I've been beaten too many times, my girl, The scratching hen is the laying turf, to have any particular lovo for you. hen. In the Spring they dltf early and Meantime Florence was borno along Now, whero Is your father?" they lay. In the winter they by the swift current of the river, which "I don't know; I have never seen late and sit around moping. They become gained in swiftness every moment. him." bilious and lazy because they get no From time to time sho bumped along Bralne laughed. the tocky walls, but she clung to life And Jim's boat ran afoul some rocks exercise and once bilious they seldom valiantly. In ten minutes sho was and Into the water he went. Ho had recover until Spring. And they are an swept to the other side of the hill, In- not attracted Bralne's attention, ton easy prey to cholera andotherdlseases. to the rapids; but tho blue sky was tunately. Ho began to swim toward B. A. Thomas Poultry Powders starts overhead, she was out In the familiar the drifting launch. the Liver. Feed it twice a week until "Where have they hidden ihat they begin to sing and scratch, then world again. On, on she was carried. Even though she was half dead, she money?" occasionally. We sell it and guaran"I don't know." could hear the roar of a falls some"Well, well; I've given you youi tee It. For sale at Wedding's Drug where in advance. chance. You'll have to try your luck Store, Clovsrport, Ky. with tho water again." Bralne thought he really had a clue Florence, weak as she was, set hei LUXURIOUS DANCE FROCK. to the treasure, and with his usual Hps. promptness ho set about to learn If it Dance frock of roso colored golden-ro- d "You don't ask for mercy?" he said was worth anything. He procured a bantcrlngly, satin, tho foundation skirt draped uslaunch and began to prowl about, "I should be wasting my breath to up beneath a tuulc of palo bluo tullo ing a pole as a feeler. All the while ask for mercy from such a monster as edged with goldenrod satin and small he was being closely watched by Nor- you are," sho answered quickly. pink roses. A bodlco of rose colored ton, who bad concluded to hang onto "That damned Hargreave nerve!" sequins to worn above a girdle of satin Bralne's trail till be found something he snarls iL her liberty In her hands as she executed the deed. But the dimness of the cave aided her. When she crouched down again the magic paper was hers. It seemed hours to her before the men left the cave. As she heard the hidden door jar in closing she raised the lid and stepped out, breathing deeply. The paper she had purloined was Indeed blank, but Jones or Jim vculd know what to do with It. And voi'ldn't they be surprised when she torn tnem wnat sue naci accompusneu all alone' Her exultation was of short duration She heard the whine of the dcor on Its hinges. The men were returning. Why? They were returning because they had discovered a woman's shoeprlnt outside. It pointed toward the cave, freshly, and there was none coming away. To reenter tho chest would be foolhardy. It would bo the first place the men would look. Sho glanced about desperately. She saw but one chance, the well. And even while tho door was swinging Inward, letting tho brilliant sunshine enter, she summoned up the courage and let herself down Into the well, which proved to be nothing more nor less than an underground river! The' men cam" In with a rush. They upset boxes, looked Into tho chest, and the man who was evidently In command gazed down the well, shaking his head. Their search was thorough, but they found no one. And at length they began to reason that perhaps a woman had got as far as the door and then turned away, walking on the Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. KY. 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay the postage both ways on packages SOo. or over. Work all ss guaranteed Prompt deliveries In sanitary packnes. Will credit you upon reference. Write for lnlormatlon. Uetter. still, send trial bundle. first-cla- OSCAR The Magic Paper Was Hers. Whero were you? What have you been up to?" with tender brusqueness. "I wanted to do a little detective work of my own," she faltered. "It looks as if you had done it You Infant! Will you never learn to keen outside this muddle? Its a man's work." Florence, thoroughly weakened by her long immersion in tho water, be gan to weep silently. "You poor child. I'm a bruto!" And Tliis lino imported German Couch Stullion will make tho season of 1915 ut Trent & Walls' Livery Stable, llardinslmnr, Ky., at tho low rhto of $10.00 to insure a living colt. Quo taken to prevent accidents but not responsible if any occur. The German Coach Horse foaled 1900, was imported by Oilman Hros , of Walseka, III. He was sired by Sultan II.JNo. 993. by Martin SiS, by Antotiius 982, etc., etc. Regi&teredJ'in Vol, 2, of the German Hanoverion and Oldenburg Coach Horse Stud Hook this 17th day of February, 1904, under the rules of the Association and numbered 2357. Oscar is a dark dapple bay, hands high and weighs 1540 lbs. Pedigree Found Herself In a Large, Musty Cavo down the girl's throat. She opened her oyes. "Well, my beauty?" Florence eyed him wildly, not quite understanding where ho had come from. "1 don't know how you got here," he said; "and I don't care. But here we are together at last. Where Is 'j"' "Oscar" 2357, he comforted her. Later that day, at home, sho re membered the blank paper. "I stole this from one of the men In tho cavo. Ho said this blank pa per would probably save father." Jim took It. "Hm! Invisible ink. and It's had a fine washing." "But maybo it is waterproof." "Maybe it is. Anyhow, Miss Sher lock, we'll show It to Jones and see what he says." This horse is the property of Ruseau Dowell, Hardinsburg, Ky. M. E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9 a, in. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are cordl ally invited to attend. M. D. OEARO, Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary Try a Want Ad. Today ARE YfHJ GOINf. TO THF FXPO SITION? 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The rates agreed upon by the great transportation fare for the round trip, with a ninety companies, of approximately one-haday limit, have never been equaled. Certainly not In this generation, and probably not for generations to come, will such an opportunity be offered to combine In one trip visits to the scenic wonder spots of the continent, with the education and entertainment to be had In the dazzling wonderland that has risen on the shore of the Pacific. The lf Mighty Arches Mark Huge Court of the Universe. 000 by W)0 feet, Arch of the Itlslng Sun, Court of the Universe, Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition, San Francisco. This Is the grand central court of the Kxxslt!on, with a companion arch, tho Arch of the Setting Sun, at the west portal. Each arch, with lis sculptured groups, symlollcnl of the tuitions of tho cast and west, Is 1SS feet In height. c Colossal Colonnades of the Wings to Palace of Fine Arts. Greco-Roma- n ALL UNIVERSAL EXPOSITIONS STAND WiUe By R. B. 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Curving 1,100 feet around the follaged shores of tho Fine Arts lagoon, International Exposition, these mighty pillars aro rellected, inirror- ,ut,o m uiguuu, kuuiuiuk uut u un UKe, in me umpia wuiem oi Bun Francisco's great Exposition. w i"""" A INTERNATIONAL THE PANAMA-PACIFIAND PANAMA CANAL MAILED FREE. HANDSOME book of sixty pagee, profusely Illustrated In colors and giving deInternational Exposition to be held tailed descriptions of the Panama-Pacifi- c In San Francisco from Feb. 20 to Dec. 4, 1515. and of tha Fanama canal and canal region, will be mailed by the Exposition free of charge to all Inquirers. The booklet Is Intended for prospective visitors and will also contain Information concerning the great engineering feat which the Exposition Is to celebrate. Write to the International Exposition, ExposiManager, Bureau of Publication, Panama-Pacifi- c tion Building. Ban Francisco, for booklet BOOK ATTRACTIVE EXPOSITION ON railroads aro granting low round trip rates, and ono cau see the United States under more favorable conditions than have, ever before obtained. nations aro participating in the Exposition upon a vast scale. Head Mr. Halo's wonderful article and you will gain an Idea of tho purpose that Inspired tho builders of tho Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition. Ho says: Universal expositions, of which the Pauama-Paclfl- c International Exposition is tho fourth In tho United States, have always stood for peace. In Philadelphia in 1670 tho Hon. Joseph It. Hawley. president of tho Centennial Exposition, In his opening remarks said: "From the association here of welcome c Exposition grounds today aro common to all. No creed or race Is barred; all have equal rights and privileges. It Is neutral ground for wnrrlng or tranquil nations nllke. It Is one great democracy where all unite In contributing to nn expression of gratitude for the present nnd Inspiration Tor tho future, nnd because the exposition Is really tho child of peace do we deem It a privilege aye, even a duty to enter our protest against tho terrible conditions now prevailing In Europe. ' It is Idle to presume 'hat anything that we can do hero today will have any material Influence In tho immediate settlement of tho greatest war in history, Involving more than half the people of tho civilized world, but we can raise our voices In earnest protest against conditions In Europe too terri-bito contemplate In loss of life. In tho destruction of property, In tho suffering of homeless women and children and in tho effect upon tho world at large. Commercial activity Is checked. Industries nro paralyzed, civilization la being forced backward, human Impulses nro being supplanted by tho brutal practices of war. Tho cries of tho Innocent have sounded a call for relief, and with dynamic force that call Is generating a sentiment through tho length and breadth of ti.ts country for pence. Every one seems sobered nnd serious and determined. That ono word has taken on a new significance, a new meaning iwaco peace for humanity, peace to pursuo the upward and onward course of civilization, peace View showing section of colonnades, Court of Abundance, I'auamu-l'acifi- c and rest and tranquillity for the Exposition, San Francisco. The lavish oriental embellishments suffering In spirit as court 'are well'portrayed in this photograph, who sailer, visitors from all nations there may re- those unfortunate soldiers are suffering sult not ulono great benefit' to Inven- In body, royalty and snblect together tion, Manufacture, agriculture, trado In the present awful European con nnd commerce, but also stronger Inter- filet. They desire a cessation forever methods of warfare national friendship and mot'o lasting of the super-crue- l ns n means of settlement of Interna peace." tlonal contention. "Acquaintance softens prejudice" has Each closing day hope looks forward been ringing In my oars over since to the morning, longing that word shall those three words were uttered by a In Europe shall foreign graduate of one of our Ameri- come that our brothers arms. That glocan universities In a speech delivered have laid aside their rious day must come, and when It does some years ago. The learned statesIt not ho possible to respond to the man, Hon. P.lihu Iioot, voiced the same will world's wail that the sword of anger sentiment when about to leave tho nnd of hate bo sheathed forever? Then high olllce of secretary of state In subcome the time for international stantially these words: "It were impos- shnll convention and treaty. (Jront statessible for nny nation to be at war If the men will be engaged In negotiating tho peoples of the contllctlng countries unSpeaking out tremendous document. derstood each other." of inexperience and from afar among prejuUniversal expositions soften myriad minds, wo ourselves hope that dices, remove commercial antipathies In this treaty there shall be established and settle political differences by such a basis of defense on laud ns Is bringing the people of nil nations Into alone necessary to protect local peace friendly Intercourse for the discussion nnd that such armed ships as are necof Ideas, the exchange of commodities essary to police the sea shaU alone be and for the advancement of mankind permitted, each nation contributing Its Intellectually and quota socially, morally. to this International naval police. commercially. They rellect the thought which shall be controlled In Its monuand action of peaceful pursuits and ments by an International admiralty, reach their greatest successes during whoso whole duty shall be to preserve or following long periods of national peace Instead of prepare for war. and InteriiatIo.ini peace. Their exhibSite of Peace Conference. its are the product of tho nrts of peace, nnd their object Is tho promotion of Tho Exposition in Sau Francisco will peaceful activity In thought nnd word have reached Its highest purpose If it and deed. They are the antithesis of can In nny way assist In the settlewar, tho embodiment of peace. Their ment of the terrltlc conflict which Is grounds are set apart as extraterrinow being waged with such titanic torial, devoted to the use of all nations fierceness, hellish wenpons and awrul The Exposition being nnd nil peoples on a parity and equali- consequences. International set apart on vMratcnitorlal grounds. ty. The Panama-Pacific to the ue of all nations on terms of equality, could fittingly, without prejudice or embarrassment, bo used for a peace conference designed to settle tho differences of the warring nations and bring about tho signing of a treaty of peace for which the world dedicated Is praying. New Cycle of Brotherly Love. Ono effect of the war now In progress will bo to emphasize the Importance of and Intensify the Interest in the great International peace congress projected by the management of the Exposition. Let us hope that this war may bo recorded history before this congress convenes. The horrors of present day warfare will then bo fully appreciated, and those most directly affected may be available with their exH'ricnce nnd advice to assist In preparing a code of International law and police powers and provide such other recommendations as may bo best fitted to Insure lasting peace. And when wo look Into the futuro may we find tlio new cycle of brotherly love superseding the discord of today. M:n the settlement of International strife by war and blood and suffering nnd devastation be supplanted by conference and negotiation nnd arbitration: then will follow rest and peace and contentment for the everlasting enjoyment of mankind. As John O. Whlttler beautifully expressed It in his Centennial hymn In ISTiI: Oh, nmko thou us through cvnturles long In ience secure, In Justice strung; Around our gift ot freedom draw Tlio safeKuards of thy righteous law. And. cast In some diviner mold, Let tlio new cyclo shnmo tlio old. Rich Ornamentation in Court of Abundance at San Francisco j! I o mil-lio- of thU 1 HARDINSBURG. "Obedience, submission, discipline, courat'e these are amoni; the char acteristics that make the real mau Miss Lucy I.eOrand, after a visit to her aunt. Mrs. I) I). Dowell. went to her home near Carflcld Saturday. Mrs. Felix Asklns, of McQuady, fell and dislocated her shoulder last week. Kev. K. B. Enclish was operated on at hU home in Uerea last Saturday fur appendicitis and hernia. The operation was successful. (lis friends hope that he will soon be restored to health. Miss Katherlnc Mattlngly, of Glen Dean, is visiting her sister In town. Mrs. Will Ilensloy has purchased a new Ford automobile of Mr. T. J. Hook. Miss Margaret Peyton, who has been taking a business course In Louisville, llrlck Hotel, made & business trip to Louisville Friday and Saturday. Mr. T Hock went to Louisville last week and purchased a Jeffries car for Mr. D S, Richardson at Union Star. Mr. Walter Brown, of Custer, and Miss Katherlnc Kincheloe, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. X Kincheloe were quietly married at the home of Rev. Boring in Louisville last Tuesday afternoon at 4 10 o'clock Thev will reside on his farm near Custer. Dr. and Mrs. Shumate, of Kings wood, tnortored to town Saturday, I STUCK TO HIS FRIEND SPECIAL SALE BORROWER INSPIRED BY SPIRIT OF LOYALTY. For Saturday, WHEAT FLOUR 1 CHEAPEST AND Had Altogether Too Much tpect to Apply to Anyone While Old Neighbor Had Things to Lend. e APRIL 24th 10c Mutches, 3 for 25c 7 bars Glenn Easy R. W. Jones Special Coffee, worth 20c nt 15c Grnnitewurc, 50c vnluo 45c Granitownro, 25c value 20c Granitcwnrc, 10c vnluc 07c Boys Old Hickory Wngon worth $1.25 at $1.00 All 10c canned yoods 3 for 25c 10c Oat iMcal 3 for 25c . BEST FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT Ed OS M1LIC Articles 3S3 .. .. . Energy 10c will buy 410 it THE MASTER will be KEY" presented in MOTION PICTURES! HeRlnnIng May 1. 30 Reels. Tanlac! Tanlac! C W Lip Report of the condition of the nearest neighbor and an Inveterato borrower, came for the wheel hoe, which lay In tho tool shod with one FIRST STATE BANK wheel broken. Jako went to the shed and examined the hoe, and then rewhere Caleb Doing business in Irvington, County of turned to the grind-stonHreckcnridKe, State of Kentucky, and his son were grinding scythes. Jake's face woro a dissatisfied expresat the close of business oil 15th sion. day of April, I915. "Ain't you goln' into Pangor somo RUSOURCKS. time this afternoon, Caleb?" ho InLoans and Discounts quired, anxiously. $71,354 15 Mr. Peaslee drew his thumb care- Overdrafts, secured and un861 82 secured fully along the scythe, testing the Stocks, Bonds and other Seedge. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robertson, of Hanking House, Mirniture curities . 00 2,264.67 Fixtures "I d'know but mebbe I shall," he re- Due from Hanks . 9,858.86 Glen Dean, were the guests of Mr. and Utlier Keal nstate..... 500.00 turned, noncommlttally. "Why?" Cash on hand . .... 3,01065 Mrs. C. V. Robertson last Friday. "Why!" returned Jake, In aggrieved Checks and other cash items. . 00 Total I77.097.91 surprise. "On account of that wheel Hanking House, Furniture and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, of Cus5,535.5-Fixtures ter, were the guests of her parents, hoe that's why. Hero It's been laying U.U1IMTIKS. Other Real Estate 00 right there In that shed for four-fivMr. and Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe, SunOther Assets not included un Capital Stock paid in, in cash. $15,000 00 days with the wheel broke, and the day. der any ot obove Heads . . 00 Surplus 3,281.45 weeds gettln' higher In my beets every Mr. Clarence Lewis has purchased a Undivided I'rofits, less exminute. I cal'lated to borrow It this . 590,621.02 Total.... penses and taxes paid 377.13 Ford automobile. afternoon and see If I couldn't get 'em Depositssubject LIAHILITIKS. Kennedy had a Mr. and Mrs. James thinned out a little and here I find to check J25.378.62 Capital Stock paid in, in cash. $15,000.00 that you ain't got It fixed yet!" number of guests for dinner Sunday, Time Deposits... 33,006.56 2,201.56 Cashier's checks Caleb regarded the borrower with a hurplus 1'uint it being their wedding anniversary. Undivided I'rofits, less expenses outstanding .... 58,439 33 fine Irony, tempered by an exasper54.15 Jchn Sklllman, Walter K Moorman. 8S 79 and taxes paid...... ated amusement. Deposits subject to check 35,427 18 Total. Mrs I'aul Compton, J R. Spencer and 77,97.9l "See here, Jake," he said at length, ueuiami lertincales ot Deposit 00 Arthur Drane purchased automobiles State of Kentucky, "If my tools ain't In shape to suit you, Time Deposits 37,903.49 from T. J. Hook last week. why don't you go up the road a piece County of Hreckinridge. J ' ... uiecKs 00 try Barney. He's got everything (.asiner s cliecks oulstaiminj' 00 Mi;s Helen Sutton lias returned to We, A. A Simons and Paul Lewis, and Due Hanks and Trust Companies you 00 In her home in Louisville, after a visit to President and Cashier of the above you need get the way of tools mebbe Notes and Hills Rediscounted.. 00 can jest what you want there, Unpaid Dividends Judge N. Mc. Mercer. named Hank, do solemnly swear that the her grandfather. 00 above statement is true to the best of nnd get It when you want It. I'd Reserve for taxes. . 00 Miss Sutton will graduate at the Girls' our knowledge and belief reelly ruthcr you'd try him a spell." Hills Payable ....... 00 Next year she High School in June. A A. SIMONS, President Jake turned to Caleb a face full of Other Liabilities not included PAUL LIJWIS, Cashier. will study in Boston. wounded dignity. under any of above heads... 00 Subscribed and sworn to before me "Peats a'l how a man'll live right J. H. Gardner. Jr., Russell Hook this 23rd dav of April, 19I5. Total 590,621 02 alongside of another man for years, and William Allen Hendrick went to KAY LliWIS IIKYSKR, and not know him, after all," he burst State of Kentucky, Notary Pub'ie. Hardin's Creek last week and camped My commission expires February 3rd, out, earnestly. "I want you to know, County of Hreckinridge, jSct two days and nights. Thev tell some Caleb Peaslee. that I ain't none of your 19I5. We, W. J Piggott and J. C. Payne, wonderful lish stories towhimo-mlndefolks! Them that President and Cashier of the above wants to can borrow of Barney, but named Hank, do solemnly swear that T. S. Williams. I. M.Sheffer, Profs. I ain't goln' to. r started In borrowln' the above statement is true to the best Plenty of Collars. Mrs. Lela McCubbins. Mis,es Willie A yotint; man wont Into a clothing of you when I fust como here, and I'm of oar knowledge and belief. Chambliss, May and Ilessie Walling W. J. PIGOOTT, President. collar. The goln' to keep on borrowln' of you as ton and Supt J W Trent attended More and asked for J. C PAYNIJ, Cashier. clerl; waited on him nnd said: "They long as you've got anything to lend!" Correct Attest: the K. E. A In Louisville. They went lire ir tents each, two Youth's Companion. lor " cent. Subscribed and sworn to before me a day before the association so that Want two?" this 19th day of April, 1915. they could visit schools Tin; young man replied. "No, I have Eugene Field's Varied Career. LOTTIE HANDY. Notary Public. they nre both in My commission expires Jau. 19, I91S. uf Eugeno Field, newspaper writer and but Mrs. H. It English was called home l,ltnl' -- niuiauapoiis ."sews, poet, was born (date not exactly au last T.1..S.I.-1- . neennnt of th .linns lmf '"rjthcntlcated In somo biographies) No Beautiful Recipe Book of ner husband. Rev. K. II. English. vember 7, 1850, at Amherst, Mass. His Came Natural. Mrs. T. B. Henderson, of Webster, Iiacon-Tu- ey For Every Woman. nay that the president father was a lawyer of somo distinc came to town last week to ee h r of the bank who got away with a lot tion and was one of tho counsel In the nephew, Mr. Amos Hoard, whohas been famous Dred Scott slave case. His f the money began his carper as janlWe have been asked by the Calumet In bad health for several months toi of the institution, Kgbert Never mother died when ho was a child and forgot his early training to clean out he was placed In care of Miss French, Haking Powder Company of Chicago to Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Garfield, spent announce through the columns of our Friday and Saturday with her cousin, the b.inls. evidently. Vonkcrs States- a cousin. At the age of eighteen ho publication that they have just gotten up man. entered Wllliamn college, but, his Mrs A. M. Kincheloe. father dying sooi; after, his guardian one of the best Recipe Hooks tver pub Messrs. Franklin Kincheloe, Russell placed him In Knox college at Gales-bur- lished, 16 pages of which are beautifully Doan's Hegulets are recommended 111., and later ho went to the UniCompton and Z. C. Hendrick spent illustrated, shown in colors a lot of two days at the Falls of Rough fishing by many who say they operate easily, versity of MIss'url. In 1871 ho dainty dishes and good things to eat without griping and without bad after "knocked about" for a few months In that can be prepared with Calumet Bale last week Europe, and then for Boveral years ing Powder. Mr J. O, Hook, proprietor of the elV. cts. '.'.ic at all drug stores. was a reporter, manager and editor for In addition to tiiis there are 252 valu nowspapers In St. Louis, Kansas City able recipes and numerous household and Denver. Later ho was for years on tho staff of tho Chicago Evening hints prepared by the most noted Do News, until his death in 1895. Ho mestic Science teachers and Cooking Experts. wrote volumes of verse, his child poems especially being We know you will find this a very widely copied. Hi was possessed cf a valuable book, as you will have use for notable library In which there were it almost every day. The Drug Store That Saves You Money! many rare and costly volumes. All you have to do to get one is to take the slip that you find in a pound Market for Apples nnd Prunes. Powdered Borax; Straw Hat Dye Tho people of Norway usually de- can of Calumet Haking Powder, fill in 15c - pounds pend on the Norwegian apple crop and your name and address according to the Colorite 15c Peroxide Hydrogen; the Servian prune crop for tho greater instructions on the slip and mail it to Dye-I- t .19c V) pint part of their winter fruit supply. Dur- the Calumet Haking Powder Company, 1!) Colorine Wall Paper Cleaner; all ing the present season the apple crop Chicago, 111. .15c kinds; 2 vuus Lex's Straw Hat Cleaner will In Norway is very light, being practiIf you are not already using Calumet Household Rubber Gloves; cally a falure; Servia, being at war, Haking Powder, we would suggest that make that Old Hat New. ,25c hlzes 0 to '.I; pair will be unable to supply prunes. you try it today. You will find it These conditions furnish an oppor- - wholesome and economical to use. Chamois Skins. Rex Bedbug Killer The best tunlty for American exporters of preparation of its kind fcr killYou will find it a Haking Powder of Let as show you our line of ing aud preventing fruits to find a large market this sea 9Kp first class Skins at prices that bedbugs Jli son in Norway for, dried and green unusual merit and the recipe book one will please you. apples and prunes, says Consul Gen- of the most beautiful and useful books Moth Proof Paper Hags; .10c size; each eral Mlchaol J. Hendrick, Chrlstlania. of this kind that you have ever possessed, Overcoat Eastman Films; all Floor Paints Granitoid, Ada Whllo American fruits, both green and sizes; Development Fleet Couriers. dried, are largely sold in Norway, ment; dry over night; 50c Free! quart nono wero heretofore Imported directThe best runners In tho mlddlo ly from the United States, wholesale ages wero found among the couriers dealers In Hamburg, Germany, through maintained by monarchs and cities. local agents, furnishing the supply. Tho runners of Tartary, England, Lex's Furniture Polish Cleans and Polishes in Scotland, Italy and the Dasque country all acquired reputations, and tho That Famous Barrel. One Operation. "Now, Is thcro anything else I can histories of the times are replete with show you around the capltolT" asked stories ot their difficult exploits. The Pelchs, or Persian couriers of the the congressman. "Kiere is," admitted his constituent Turkish sultans, often ran from Con"I'd like to have a look at that pork stantinople to Adrlanople and back, barrel I read so much about la the a distance ot 220 miles, In two days papers." and nights. .W....i-.e d 11 -.- has completed her course and returned home. I npoamlonrl Rnmnanu U I IrUIIIIUIIU VUIIIIJUIIJ; Mr. Hob Kennedy and sister, Miss Hardinsburg. Ky. Ida Kennedy, spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents, Mr and Mrs. James Kennedy. Mr. Kucene MeGary, of Kirk, was in Report of the condition of the Louisville last week Attorney Sherman Ball has returned OF CLOVERPORT BANK from a business trip to Louisville. Dr. F. L. Liehtfoot, of Cloverport, business in the town of Clover-por- t, was the truest of Mr. and Mrs, Her- Doiiitf County of Ilreckinridge, State bert Oeard last week. of Kentucky, at the close of busfrom Mrs. T. G. Lewis has returned iness on 15th day of April, Clarksun. where she was called by '9'5. telephone to see her sister, Mrs. James j KKSOUKCI5S. Payne, who Is III. fSA, 956 9'-Miss Bessie Vatliugton has gone to Loans and Discounts.... Stcphensport to ho the tfuest of her Overdrafts secured and tin- secured cousin. Miss Laura Hue Watlingtcn. Stocks, Bonds and other Se curities Mr. Hen Clarkson, of Bltf Spring, at225 00 13,625.17 Due tended the tobacco sale at the loose Cash from Hanks on hand 5.082 4 leaf house last Friday. 20 30 Lhecks and other cash items Two Reels Etery Saturday Night No one could truthfully deny that most of tho small farmers of Dllmouth farming wcro addicted to borrowing tools chiefly although ns occasion nroso they would borrow anything olso with the utmost cheerfulness. Tho burden fell heaviest upon Caleb Pcaslee, a thrifty farmer who kept every necessary tool, and who tried to keep them In condition for use. The advent of a new farmer, a man who brought with him almost every known appllanco for tilling the ground, seemed to open an avenue of escape from somo of his troubles. "Mebbe some of theso hawks'Il take toll fr'm that man Barney that's taken tho ol' Staples placo for a spell," ho confided to his son. "I hope so I do so. My seedtime and harvest has como In between the times when othmy farmln' tools er folks was ever since I can remember, and I'vo got about tired out. I'm goln' to see If I can't turn somo of 'em his way, and get a little rest." Caleb made his first attempt at "turning them" when Jako Meader, his well-to-d- tiKEV, sirloin MUTTON, le PORK, loin DUF.AKKA9T FOODS CIIKF.SK 4IS 103a 1030 I117 llUTTElt HICK 1'OrATOF.S IlKANS. ilrlid WHEAT FLOUR .iigj I3fij "025 TXa 3040 . 25f Stock and Poultry Food, at .. ... nUO 20c Special Line of Millinery at Big Reductions During this Sale Only of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes Slippers at 10 per cent less than regular prices Highest market price for Produce Nice Line We handle all kind Fruits and Vegetables Muscle nnd Strength Giving Qualities One pound of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far ns two pound of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Snow Drift, Bob White or Kxtra Fancy g Hour from your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Self-Risin- Energy Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co,, Hardinsburg, Ky, R. W. JONES, Glen Dean, Ky. Squabs! Squabs! i Let me supply your Banquet and Private Dinners i There is Nothing Better I than a fat Homer squab I Dressed 1 M 1 and Delivered at 30c WALNUT GROVE SQUAB LOFTS J. Edmund Carter mm p Irvington, Kentucky m DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST r n i i iii in i hi mi ii Office Hours: ffcS'gk Always In oflicu durlnR ofllcu hours Irvington, Ky. "i. 1 Star Roller Mills By flRreement we will offer for FOR SALE! IVlay 8, d i m - Saturday, TERMS: One-thir- Sale to the Highest Bidder, the Star SS Roller Mills and Granery, situated on R R. Street on M at 2 p. m. Cash, Balance One and Two Years. Squires, Miller & Oelze. wJI IRVINGTON PHARMACY You Cloverport Machine heart-appealin- g Should Know all about'the medicine Shop (East Knd of Iron Bridge) Open For Business! General Machine Work, Auto you take. When you take a Penslar Remedy you do know, for the full formula is on the bottle. Penslar Remedy made for every ailment, and if you get the right one you are sure to be pleased with the results. a Supplies, and Repairing None But Expert Machinists Employed Auto Painting, Plow Grinding. Our Prices are Right. There is T. F. SAWYER, Mgr. Lock Box 32 Cloverport, Kentucky ) j Wedding's Drug Store THE PENSLAR STORE. V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW., Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages and Instruments of Writings drawn up and acknowledged Cleverpert, Ky.