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The Breckenridge news: May 5, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915050501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 5, 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. V THE BRECKENRiDG E NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT, VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1915. 8 Pages No. 44 Hon. ED. J. McDERMOTT Candidate for Democratic Nomination for Governor, will address the voters of Breckinridge county at the Court House, Hardinsburg, Monday, May 10, at the issues of the campaign la., and 1 O'Clockf Come out and hear this gifted orator and Democrat discuss W. F. Hall, of Ekron, Ky. F. W. Hall and E. M. Hall could not OILED attend the funeral on account of illness. Miss Lizzie Hall was at her mother's bedside constantly. Those who came from Webster to at Miss Essie tend the funeral were: Kendall. Miss Myrtle Lyddan. Mrs Frank Payne, Mrs. Clint Crutcher, Mr. Ale Kendall and Miss Ora Hen dricks, Mrs. W. H. Holt, Irvington, Arthur Robblns and Miss Laura. Hawesville. Kob-bin- MRS. WM. HALL STREETS FORCLOVERPORT LAST DAYS OF C. H. S. DIESJTWKR Remains Brought to Cloverport Pnp informant Funeral Held w as 4k Dontict Phiiroh nnrinv S CROWDEDJHHE TOP the proposed Dixie Highway routes, On May and will return by another. 20 the Commissioners from the seven States meet at Chattanooga to finally determine the route from Chicago to Miami, Fla. DR. BARBOUR WILL LECTURE TONIGHT At Main and Elm Streets Will Be Commencement Exercises Announced For May 21 InvitaOiled and Others Will Follow Main Street Citizens Co operating With Cash. Suit All GREAT ELECTION Of The American Theater Chil dren's Diseases Will Be Treated Dr. Allen, of Lexington, Next Sunday Night. SPECIAL MUSIC ARRANGED Morning FORMER CLOVERPORT CITIZEN William Hall, of Webster, was held in the Baptist church in this city Sunday morning. The services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. E. O. Cottrell. The interment took place In Cloverport cemeThe funeral of iMrs. tions Out Final Examinations Are Plans. on-O- ther School Trustees Takes Place SaturdayMany Women Vote Keith and Oelze Card of Thanks. We deeply appreciate the kind tentions of our neighbors and friends of Webster and Cloverport during the snd hours that have come to us. fain- cere thanks are extended to the tele phone operators for their'klndness. Wm. Hall and Family. at- RELIEF FROM DUST. SENIORS HAPPY AND BUSY Mrs. Hall died Saturday morning at her home at Webster. Last November she suffered a stroke of paralysis and was never able to speak afterwards. While she could not utter a word, she would often give affectionate expres sions of irratitude for the sweet at- 'tenttons given her during her lone illness. For a number of years Mr. and Mrs. Hall made their home in Cloverport. The family has been pleasantly remembered here and their sad return to this city Sunday brought back lovely memories of the mother. Mrs. Hall was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Turpln, of near Hardinsburg. She was born February i5, 1843. In her young life she was a favorite with all her friends and school mates. As she crew into womanhood her love was centered on her husband and children. Especially, did she have a tender, loving sympathy for orphans. She was always ready to do charity work. There Is only one sister, Mrs. Frank Harringtou, of Muldraugh, Ky., and Mrs. Henry C Pate, of Cloverport, of whom she was very fond of, was her niece. Besides the husband, six sons and one daughter are left. The children that came home were: S. N. Hall and W. L. Hall, of New-berTenn., S. R. Hall, of Waterloo, tery. Mnin and Kim streets of Cloverport will be oiled at an early date. A movement Is on font now to perfect the streets ana get the oil for them. All the business men are and putting up the cash in advance for the oil O. T. Odew.ilt is making the col lections, and Is getting along splendidly CLOVERPORT DEPOT with them Chas. Fallon started the movement and Mr. OJewult has successfully carried it through. It will L, H. & St. L. R. R. Station Re- raeau a great relief from the dust for business houses which contain the Per- the paired and food, clothing, medicines and every sonal Attention of the Presi- thing consumed by the people of this place. dent and General Manager. The city will have the streets cleaned and put In perfect shape for the oil. By The L., H. & St. L passenger depot the lust of next week, it is thought, the woik will be finished. In this city Is undergoing many im provements. It has been raised eight Inches and has been re painted. "We FLYING SQUADRON are especially proud of the work beg cause the president and general man-ar gave it his personal attention, Coming to Louisville National said Mr. Rahen, the agent at this place. Mr. Hudson took a great deal Prohibition Force to Hold d. R. L. Oelze with S7 votes aud J. P. Keith with SJ votes, were re elected school trustees at the election held at C. H. S. Saturday. Dr. E. C. McDonald got votes and D. B. Phelps got 9 votes. L. V. Chapln, John Morris Gregory and Robf rt Polk were the election officers. Nearly as many women as men The baccaulaureate sermon will be de- voted. At one time a count was made, ;ili men and 33 women had livered at the Methodist church Sunday showing that voted and the average continued the evening, May 16, by Rev. Robert E. same through the afternoon. Reeves, of Irvington. The trustees of the school now are as Class Day exercises will be held Wed follows: Chas. Kiel, Shelby Conrad, nesday evening, May 19, at the Opera R. L. Oelze, T. F. Sawyer and I. P. House, and the class of 1915 is expecting Keith. to have the exercises unusually interesting and original. The Commencement Exercises of the Cloverport High School will take place at the Itapti.st church May 21. Arrangements are being made to have an attractive and varied program. The class for several weeks have been working on their orations nml readings and now have them nearly prepared. l 000 Dr. P. F. Barbour, of the University of Louisville, will lecture on Children's Diseases tonight at the American Theater. Sunday nlngt. May 9, Dr. Allen, of Lexington, will be here. Last Wednesday night Dr. Milton II. Hoard, of Louisville, gave a splendid lecture. One excellent point he made was that whiskey was no longer prescribed by the best doctors. He gave the preventives for typhoid fever, which will be very helpful to the people of Cloverport, If his advice is heeded. 000 On Thursday evening of the twentieth the Senior play will be given at the Opera House by the members of the Senior Class, assisted by the Sophomore boys The play is entitled "I'ollv In Politics. ", 000 DRJAUCUM Sunday night Dr. A. D. Willmott, of Louisville, gave an address that made everybody appreciate a good physician. His remarks were the relations of the laity and the physician. He placed character as the most important asset to look for In choosing a doctor. The music Sunday night was greatly enjoyed by the crowd that taxed the capacity of the of the theater. Among the musicians of interest was Mr. Maxell, of Monroe, Wis., who played the coronet Mr. Maxell married Miss Makes Narrow Escape of Burn ing to Death Gasoline Ex- plosion Thursday Afternoon of interest in the appearance of the depot when he was here as civil engineer for the road. He built the station and planted the trees which will be a lasting benefit and pleasure to the public. The Cloverport depot has a beautiful lawn and is one of the most attractive stations on the road. n, Beautiful invitations have been issued by the class Their c ass colors being royal purple and white, which mr.kes Arrangements have beeti completed the invitations very attractive. The infor the coming of the Flying Squadron vitations were printed at The llrecken- to Louisville May 9, lOandli. The ridge News office. sessions will be held in the Fourth Avenue Baptist church. The squadron is The class officers are sis follows: Jos. not under any political management It. Ross, president; Tula I). ISabbage, Huge Ice Cream Freezer. and Its object Is the unification of all vice president; Eflie M. Robinson, sec Brown's Sanitary Restaurant has In- who desire national prohibition and to retary, and Jessie L Hemphill, treasurer. stalled an ice cream freezer with a 200 strengthen every movement for temp- The other two members of the class are gallon capacity. As advertised, Mr. erance in the Held. Among the noted Rosa V. Sippel and Willie W. Seaton, Brown's Ices are known for their purity speakers will be Dr Chas. M. Sheldon, who wrote "In His Steps.'' The valedictory will be delivered by and quality. Willie W. Seaton, as he was the grand honor pupil Mr. Reidel Here 000 Sessions May 9, 10 and 11, 000 000 WE MEAN IT WHEN WE SVY R "hlf Quirt Vaii Mnnmf" iwu oavc i uu iiiuiiuy HOW DO WE DO IT? m pv fc, J Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reidel, of Scran ton, Pa., were visiting his brother, Chat lie Reidel, at Holt, last week. They were en route home from Los Angeles, Cal , und the Panama Expo sitlon. He reports his mother, sisters He saw und brothers in fine health the Vests and they were all right. Mr. Reidel is line foreman for the Scranton Electric Light Company. SUNDAYSCHOOL Convention Will Be Held at Dr. Jesse B.iucum got both hands severely burned Thursday afternoon and all nis engagements for dental work will be cancelled for at least two weeks. He carried no insurance on his hands. 1 lie accident was the result of a gasoline explosion. Dr. Baucum and Thos. Faith, his father-in-lawere waxing an awning for the doctor's boat, Bright Star. While Dr. Baucum was mixing a tloor wax and gasoline to gether, Mr. Faith lighted a cigarette, and the gasoline ignited aud the whole room was ablaze. Dr. Baucum's hands were covered with flames. Only the calmness displayed by both men saved their lives acd the building in which were his office and living apartment. The fire originated from a gallon of gasoline aud one match, which shows people cannot be too cautious with Web- gasoline. ner Lillian Sippel, of this city. STATEJEETING Of Kentucky Federation at LexingtonMrs. Chas. Chamberlain Will Attend. ster This Coming Saturday-Din' on the Grounds Panama Exposition San Francisco, Cal If you expect to attend the Exposition at San . Francisco, Cal., before you make any arrangements write J. C. Crutcher, It. K. Agent, Webster, Ky., as he will make this trip August 4 and will have a Pullman sleeper for his party for the entire trip. Stop overs ougoiug trip at Denver, Col., Colorado Springs and Salt Luke City, with an automobile tour of each city, seeing the sights. He recently spent a week in Sau Francisco, Cal , visiting the Exposition a,nd arranging for this trip. Party limited to HO. Rate f I29.5O. Seven days In San Francisco, Cal, This is an all expanse tour. Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain, the third vice president of the Kentucky Feder. ation of Woman's Clubs, is anxious that all the Federated clubs In this district send a delegate to the State meeting at Lexington May 18 to 2t, Speakers from New York, Chicago and Toledo are on the program. Education aud civic improvements will be the leading subjects treated. Luncheons and automobile trips over the blue-grawill be the social features. ss Will Go To Atlanta. The Woman's Missionary Council of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which met at Little Rock, Ark., last week, will go to Atlanta next year. The Invitation was extended by the churches, clubs aud business men of Atlanta. At the Council meeting Kentucky pledged 5,000 for missions. The largest pledge, $21,500, was made by South Georgia, The grand total of the work done by the Missionary Societies in the Aside from the South was $S04,037.0S. spiritual uplift accomplished by the Southern women. A Making prompt shipment of your order; delivering the right quality; giving full measure and fair treatment IM Celebrates Birthday. Mrs. B. A. Hardaway, of Uewley vllle, recently celebrated her eighty second birthday. Many were present at the dinner. The center piece was a cake with eighty two candles on it. She was given a post card shower y Naming You the Right PRICE Give us a Trial. distant friends, receiving cards To seventy-liv- e The Fourth Magisterial District Sunday School Convention will be held Ht Webster Saturday, May 8. All day session, dinner on the ground. Each Sunday School in that district should send at least one delegate aud a report of their school. A big crowd is expected. Miss Maud L Dance mid other State workers will be present. Write For Prices Freight Allowed to Your Station on 400 lbs, or more L. V. Chapin and Mrs. Chapln left yesterday for Owensboro where Mr. Chapln serves on the Federal Petit Jury. While In the city they will spend several davs trie guests of Mm. Wm Sahlie and Mrs. Uarned Fate. McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQaaay, Ky. On Monday, Frank P. Malin, mem ber of the late law firm of Miller, Sandldge & Malin, of Owensburo, will arrive at Ilardiusbug to assist Claude Mercer through the May term of the Circuit Court, because Mercer's duties as Dixie Highway Commissioner compelled him to be absent during part of Loses Home By Fire the term of court. Mr. Malin will be e In his office and will help him. On Joe Elder lost his home and by fire while at church Sunday Thursday morning the two Kentucky His lossauiounted to a ft, 000 Commissioners' leavs Louisville by morning. auto for Nashville. Tenn., over one of or more, partly covered by Insurance. meat-hous- Serve on Federal Petit Jury. Viewing Dixie Highway Pretty Garden One of the prettiest and neatest dens in Cloverport is that of Mr. Phelps III. Dean. A landscape gardner cot 1). Phelps continues ill at the have used better taste in bis pi W. home of his son, D. B. Phelps and Mrs. Mr. Dean. Phelps in this city. Mr. Phelps hus What about those go been in a serious condition for some Were they any good? time. 000 (COMING! COMING! 10 HAVE The Emerson Floating Theater The Largest, Finest and Safest Showboat in the world. Presenting the Big, Genuine New York Success, Cloverport, 81.QO 5 Acts itTHE PRICE SHE PAID. It Feature Vaudiville 5, Snows for One Price! Show For 25c. Two His Class without Brass. Attraction. Big The Most Spectacuhr Drama of Love and Labor Ever Staged. This Boit carries no Band. A Guarantied Sat. May 8!) K Louisville, May bright, Sunday evening BREAD LINE o'clock, last I. C. Argabrieht Iter. Miss Llja Feltner and Mr. Walter McCrary were married at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. W. D. Arga SAVING SIXTY DOLLARS Not Once, But Every Time I1T at I a Bushel of Corn is Planted. The Best Flour Made Proceeds From Sale of Celebrated Tanlac to Feed Poor. James Avitt, who Is at the Modern Woodman's sanatorium at Colorado Springs, Col., is Improving. He was a sulTerer of indigestion. IMI1I.AN IIKAVOII, IN rA KM .IN I FIRESIDE. s-- y .. L. T. Cooper, e, the noted "Tanlac Man," will establish and maintain, at his own personal a "bread line" in Louisville this winter. Mr. Cooper conceived and began executing this Idea as quietly as he performed his remarkable relief work umonn the Dayton Hood sufferers in llll.'l. Louisville will, therefore, be unique in its relation with the rest of the coun try. because this city will have the only "bread line" outside of New York and maybe a few other larger cities of the world, where the plan has been estab lished and is now maintained by the The too per cent seed corn can be secured only by the use of a germinator, or tester as it is very frequently called Corn can be tested for not to exceed 60 cents bushel On an average a bushel of corn will plant a acres If each ncrc produces 60 bushels of corn, which is only a good yield in the corn belt, nun it is worth 50 cents a bushel the corn from eight acres will be worth $240 The difference between loo per cent and 75 per cent River Will Be More Popular of that amount is 60, which represents the difference in Summer-B- oats Than Ever This value of the two bushels of seed being compared. Ut course tins docs not take into consideration any Being Launched For other factors such as insects, infertile soil, lack of moist' Fishing Trips and Parties. lire, and other climatic conditions which would tend to lessen the yield. One pood way to remove ker Poor Seed Can Never Grow Good Corn. LIFE ON THE RIVER BEGINS. nels wmioui UHtiiiiRinK mem. I5I5D corn that will germinate loo per cent is worth .fbo a bushel more than seed com that will germi-Mat- e ' nulv r u nor cent. . j Diamond Dust tho Hour T'S omy. that is first in purity, first in quality nnd first in econHousewives hnvo fount! that it "Saves nil Ingredients." i Stephensport Roller Mills, XvaA' xxkxxxxxxxxxxxcxxxxxx; V If poor seed is planted the yield is sure to be small; hut good seed, if nothing else prevents,, will produce large yields. Good Residence near School. A nice home According to the U. S. D. A. approximately fifteen million bushels of seed at a bargain price. Also other city and corn are planted each year. Twenty per cent or from two to three million bushels farm property. does not grow. If this corn had been tested the poor corn could have been used for feed at He has also been in communication saving of from a million to a million and a half dollars. C. L. BEARD, Ky. with local bakeries, and an agreement Twelve large ears of corn will plant an acre. with refereuce to the bread and coflee If one of the ears failed to grow there would be a loss of at least $2 on the yield supply lias been practically reached of an acre of corn. Mr. Cooper, who is one of the most This ear could have been tested and thrown out for six tenths of a cent. magnanimous of men, has always been Prom past experience I have found that each ear should be tested separately, rnnrlltinni.? V in sympathy with the poor and unfor . . Ily taking 2oo or 300 grains at random from a pile of seed cars I can get the aver. uars wnose grams 110 not grow when tested should be thrown out for feed. tunate. The "bread line" will there age per cent of germination, but I would have 110 way of determining which ears fore be only another exemplification o germinated and which did not, If instead I take a number of grains from each his nature. A large percentage of the ear and number the ear to correspond with the number of the square in the ger profits from the sate of his celebrated minator in which I place the grains, I can find the weak or dead ears and throw preparation, Tanlac, the medicine that them out. is accomplishing such remarkable re I have seen ears of com that were almost perfect in shape, type of kernel, and ooo suits in cases of catarrh, stomach, liver Probably the first stranger will be the color which proved to be weak in germination. and kidney troubles, will be devoted to Appearance only aids in testing seed corn; the germinator does the rest. 'Autogo," belonging to Paul Lewis, charity and her children in this city. In 1912 I gathered seed corn nt three different periods. cashier of the Bank of Cloverport. The In commenting upon this great tin boat will be ready to christen in a few Three Kinds of Corn. dertakiug, Mr. Cooper said: days. Her dress is white with yellow "Since a mere boy, I have always l'irst, I gathered the seed ears from my breeding plot. This was done early trimmings, and out on the Ohio shu in been inclined to help those who were October before the early frosts. looks as if she had a band of gold selest tortunate than myself, and in each Second, as I gathered the crop from the general fields I saved more seed in curely fastened around her. The case I should need it. city I visit 1 have invariably shown my This com had been frosted in the field. cushions are of white canvass with sympathy for the poor by performing g Third, as I fed the corn out of the crib I picked out mote ears, white button fastenings. Mr. Lewis is i some service at my own personal ex as it was evident by that time that there would be a scarcity of good seed. enthusiastic over the river and outdoor pense that would bring a bit of genuine Tlie com from the three different gatherings were kept separate. life, and no doubt, will find happy I began testing this seed in March. charity directly to them. loan, there The first germinator was filled With grains in the Autogo after banking fore, imagine nothing, among the sev recreation from ears that had been gathered at the three different periods. hours. eral cha.itable plans I now have in The corn that was gathered early in the fall tested 99 per cent good; that ooo miud, that will prove of as much bene time, 67 per cent; and that picked out of the crib, 33 per gathered at "Theliright Star" will be two years lit as a 'bread liue. ' The necessary de old this summer, as the owner. Dr. cent. None of the latter was saved, but the other was tested and the poor ears tails connected with the plan will be B.iucum, became interested in yntchhu were thrown out. perfecte I by me this week." I used a home-madcrate germinator. It is 4 feet long, S feet wide, and 2 last year. This little gasoline launch Tanlac, the celebrated medicine now thin lumber, all but the ends and the improves with age, as Dr. Haucum is inches deep. It is made of being introduced by Mr. Cooper, can boards. continually buying new equipment for partition, which are made of be bought at Wedding's drug store The partition is put across the center to strengthen it. Cloverpoit, Ivy., and atlivington I'har it. Dr. liuueum and Mrs. Haucum are The top is divided into spaces 1 inches square. This was done by sawing both generous with their invitations macy Irvington, space along the sides and ends. Galvanised down half an inch at each ana especially her people get to enjoy many happy hours with tilem on the wire the sie of bailing wire was strung through these notches, lengthwise and In this mmlnator (only a part otitis shown tlie kernels were laid on cloth, It Is crosswise of the germinator. river. easy to nee which ears were dead. Ears numbers 7 und 12, to playsafe, LODIBURG. The wires are woven in; that is, underneath one wire, over the next, under the o o II should also be thrown out. Besides the Mary Jane, the Dart be next, and so on This holds the wires firm, ami they stay in place. Those that show a weak germination should also be thrown out The squares are numbered from 1 to 264. The numbers of the outer row of Ulgheit imrket price paid for wool. longs to the houseboat, The Bohemii. .1 If all hilt Otie Or tun rrnitiu frnm nnf n f rrnrttiitiitr. c(rmw n ,1 El Alexander. Irvington. Another house boat at the lower harbor squares are marked on the sides and ends of the crate. The number of any of the CrtlltnritP- nt nil if ... 4 Ua ;...! - hv.ii iu niuuy iii.il cm iiu uiiu uui it pro oa Die reason " uie inside squares can be determined by counting in Mr. ami Mrs. Will .Shullman, of is "The Clover Blossom," which is the The Tester Tells the Story. l'rymlre, visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen home of Mr. Beamer. These house. Bandy, of Clifton Mills, Inst Sunday. boats are never taken out of the liver iihia ..... .....iiIMV .. fc,wwM ti. kuvul uaii The crate is first filled, level with the wires, witli sawdust, and the grains of Liu u ui Lilt; far nnc iiphm ntuntrxi ....... titn .rniini i itiv except for special repairs. They are corn are placed 011 the sawdust. Some authorities advise boiling the sawdust, be- can oe saved anu uie poor part thrown aside, if seed corn is scarce. Mr. and Mrs. Ossie liurch, of Center well tquipped and furnished for both y., fore using, to kill the molds and fungus spores. ' ' tin u a, iiiuuuic UIIU UUI Point, Inil., came in last Saturday to summer and winter. a lasic to test seed corn. I extract six grains from each ear of com by the following methods: I hold visit Mrs. Huron's parents, Mr. and ooo the ear of corn in my hand with the butt of the ear toward me and the thumb and Mrs. Paris liarr, at I'rymire. Chub," the canoe belonging to Adls forefinger grasping it nt the center. You Can Kill the Beetles. Miss Lucile Parr, who has been at- Kramer, will come out with a new With n pocket knife I pry out a grain about 2 inches from the butt. tending the State Normal at Howling name If we could kill off all the June bugs, or May beetfes, we should have no whit thts season, Forrest Freeman K evolve the ear one fourth way to the right and extract a grain from the center. Orecn, returned home last Saturday. : grubs. has bought Mr. Heamer's boat Mr. Give it another quarter turn to the right and take a grain from within 2 inches I Mr and Mrs. C. Argabrlglit were Freeman will soon have the boat ready of the tip. . .. . : .. .. 1 l V I kl'IV in ll.nrpit Itltrt n rrrtih (n t ..... .... nnK. called to the bedside of their daughter, to launch. Without revolving it I take another ooo uie nice. Mrs llyion Ileauehamp, of West grain from near the butt. There are three ways to kill the beetles Kuther Pnte is getting his boat in Point, who was very lutv with pneumoTurn it ugain one fourth way to tlie One is to spray poison 011 tlie leaves of the trees on which thev feed trim for the water this week. It will be nia fever, Is much hotter. right and extract another grain from the ., . i. . ,q tr, crmi ciiuu(. : 1 lie i We an: glad that the chickeupox called "Jonnnie B," for ills son, John center. n linfinl.,fr the beetles down n.iA r .. 1.! Burton Pate. The neighbor from the Is over. scare at Union Star There Is After another quarter turn to the right similar to the scheme for collecting the curculio. north is "Harry Curtis," belonging to not a ease in town now. take the sixth grain from near the tip. Curt Kun. Mr. Ryan makt-many method the grains are taken Ily this Edgar Compton, of Raymond, left trips to and from Tobinsport every day, Jrom opposite sides at three different last Saturday for Nashville, Tenn., ooo parts ot the ear to correspond with that where he has a position. The boat owners have a great satis of the square. J. D. Itohbards has sold the part of Two persons can fill a germinator to his farm lying on the south aide of the faction in knowing that they can have better advantage than one. railroad, one mile west of Lodiburg, to their boats perfected right at home in r the handa of the Cloverport Boat and A germinator can be filled in Dan Miller for i'lOO cash. Machine Company. This is a stimulus four hours by two persons. Rev. Hdtchlsou filled his regular apto boat owners to know that they can The ears are tagged by driving a small pointment at Walnut Crove last Saturfind help, when it is needed, in Clover-port- 's nail through a piece of numbered cardday and Sunday. own harbor. board into the butt of the cob, The ears Miss Uva Payne, who has been vg. can be ricked up with the butts all one Note lliu numbered cardboard on tliu butt itlng her cousin, Miss Laura Hue way if a lath is laid on the tips between of the ear. This corresponds to u Watlington, of near Union Star, re Whenever You Need a Clencrnl Tonic every third and fourth layers. The lath square hi tho tester. Take 0 rove's turned home last week. The Old StauJard Grove's Tasteless keeps the courses level. The tobacco plants in this neighbor- chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Ilefore the corn in the geriulnator is wet it bhould be covered with a cloth to hood are almost a failure Good many General Tonic because It contains the Mr. Deuver used this tester. In only four hours he and another man rilled it well known tonic propertlesof QUININB prevent the grains from being displaced. After the sawdust has become thorough-lof the farmers will plant their tobacco 1th kernels from il ears of corn. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives soaked with warm water the cloth should be covered with oilcloth to prevent ground in corn. out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and The third takes advantage of the beetles' fondness for a lamp at night There is little danger of getting the sawdust too wet, as any surplus evaporation. Most of the farmers are through Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. water wi.l drain away. an ordinary uain lantern over a tub ot water 011 the surface of which is a film planting' corn. Some few not done The corn will germinate best if kept ut a temperature of 77 degrees I'ahreu- - kerosene. ,n breaking yet and cannot flulsh until it . . Tl,f nitsr t,1(ii, EMtms itinul ,rn,iti!rr no Imli.nu. For Sale heit I keep my germinator over a furnace. The .heat, then, is applied at, the rains. destruction. They fall into the oil when trying to do whatever they try to do Hest trade rubber tire runabout anil bottom and gives good results. The corn will germinate enough to count out 011 Miss Ida Hello Ater and little niece, set light driving harness, Used one the fourth or fifth day. uie ngiit. Helen Bandy Ater, of Irvington, at- season and In perfect condition. When I count out the germinated grains I am careful to notice whether there Will tended church at Walnut Grove last sell at a sacrifice for cash, is a good root and sprout to each grain. Sunday, and were the dinner guest of M, D. KINCHELOE, If corn does not germinate strongly under such favorable conditions as these. Mrs. Adam liasham. Uardlnsburg, Ky, what would be the outcome if it should be planted in the field under less favorable charitable organizations. Mr. Cooper spent the afternoon looking over several available locations for the "bread line" and he will probably be prepared to state definitely by today just where the work will be carried on. That the river will be more popular than ever this summer is evident by the number of boats being built, repaired and equipped for safety at this early date. Including one from Tobins-po- rt there will be a baker's dozen in Cloverport's harbor within the next two weeks. Nearly all the boats are (for mere pleasure, but the rules and regulations required by the United States Government will be carried out to a letter. The water craft this season will not have new members altogether, there are the three gasoline launches that have been close friends for many summers, the Mary Jane, the Nancy and the David M. High Hardinsburg, . i lM.r.-- ' good-lookin- corn-pickin- e light-weigh- a. 11 L I well-know- n sec-nti- 1 s 264-ea- y 1 Try A "News" Want $20 INCREASE PER ACRE ON LAND Inaugurated an will make It ensy to raise money to enrry on these great works of public Improvement, without Uio Tkw State Aid Law for Building Good Rosds Promises To Be the laying too heavy nofburden upon now whom nro tnx payers, many Greatest Blessing Ever Brought To Kcui'icky Land Owners, hearing thtlr fair share, and sbr more than their share. Tho If the Burden of the Taxca is Not Thrown Upon Them Stato's revenues nro not sufficient by Through Unwise Legislation. nearly a million dollars a year to incut I ADJOINING ROADS BUILT UNDER NEW STATE AID LAW Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. RMJECORDS yo very morougniy. s The building of these public will also Increase all other lands la proportion In every county and dls- iricu This most notable forward step will prove tho greatest blessing that has ever come to tho land owners of Ken- tucky. I It Is the Intent of this law that all taxable property Shall bear Its proportionate burden of taxation for this BUDjeci high-way- The new and greater Kentucky, ai a remit of wise Initiation, ai agalntt the old Kentucky, with unwise legislation, high taxes, bail loads, poor schools and worse school houses. Which do you prefer? "vf Of Marriage Licenses Issued in Breckenridge County Jacob Rice and Luromia Pccken-paugh Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station An Increase of at least $20 an acre on tho value of all lands adjoining Improved roads. built under the new n i i A1U T - IIS UHUIIIUlfU Uy UXJierii LUW DUMB If calculators who have gone Into tho . 1 1 ; u ; j owner, though possibly receiving tho srpnfpsf honpfit. slinnlrl hpnr tho r?rent- est part of the tax burden. Such great sources of revenuo as our railroad properties, distilleries, tlnancial Institutions and manufacturing enterprises win Dear tneir just part, as wen as all other taxable property. The throttling or crippling of any of these great resources by hostile legislation must lay a heavier burden upon the land owners and other tax payers. More than 100 counties have levied a tax upon In order to take advantage of this State Aid Fund for tho building of Good Roads In their respective sections. This year alone the fund amounts to $058,220. This sum will be Increased by levies in these counties so that the sum expended will probably exceed two million dollars. It Is estimated that at least 0,000 miles of good roads will be completed under this new State Aid Law within the next 15 years, costing when completed approximately thirty millions of dollars. It Is also estimated that the expenditure of the two million dollars this year will Increase the value of property to the extent of at them-"Selv- fltnto Pnnrl fnt rrtflrt lilillrilnfr It was not intended that the land millions of dollars tho expenses of government. Theso counties whero theso roads are expenses have to be met out of tho tirxes paid on the property of our built. This Is a splendid beginning. What citizens. Any legislation that would tend to n difference this will make to tho land owners, the farmers and all others cripple or render less valuablo nny of who make uso of county roads, wheth-e'- r tho great Industries of tho for business or pleasure. There Stnte, will necessarily transfer thu are many fine farms In Kentucky 20 burden to tho farmer, merchant nnd or moro miles from the railroad that home owner. It Is time for every tax payer to deare not worth half as much as if they were near a railroad station, for the mand that his Representative in tho Is too far to haul farm Legislature consider these facts. It Is reason that it time- for them to call a halt to tho products to market over tho dirt roads, which are practically destruction, or threatened destruction, Impassable for nearly half of tho year. by hostile legislation, of property the State fromwhlch wo What ti. difference. .though,when these same farms shall have'been con- derive our jreaiest revenues, """ran -nected with the railroad or the mar- . Jn other words, Industries and enket with a good State road over terprises that pay tho largest taxes which It is easy to drive and haul as and make possible the great benefits compared with tho old roads. To haul to bo derived from good roads, good a largo load over a good road, even schools, and Improvements in aglcrul twenty miles, is easier and quicker' ttire, must not be destroyed or driven than to haul it over flvo miles of the from the State. old tlmo winter mud road. Theso Good roads bring the country folk good roads, therefore, will bring the and city folk Into closer contact-dis- tant farm nearor to the market' means a broader gauged, and add greatly to the profits of the , attitude toward public matters, toward products of tho farm. public good. May our legislators and Under tho supervision of competent every citizen of the Commonwealth state and county road engineers, coun- - look forward to, plan and work togeth-tscats and the most populous sections er for a greater Kentucky; to conserve of tho State will be connected by lm- - every source of revenuo for meeting proved public highways, bringing the the State's obligations, keeping It out r church, school and market nearer tho of debt: lowering the burden of of every family. Then will come Hon; placing It where it belongs and h a new era of prosperity in Kentucky, not throw tho burden of the land tho markets thus of ready ac- - er nor any other one class. May this cess, the farmer can market his prod- - new dawn of a greater Kentucky of all kinds to better advantage- - ever put a stop to any movement that In every way do it in less time, with would tend to cripple or destroy nny more ease, less cost and greater profit of our great Industries, Good Roads or no good roads, we than ever heretofore. While good roads are more neces- - can never move forward and take our sary and of more economic importance place In the galaxy of great States than possibly any other civic Improve- - around and about us in progressive-men- t to which the people of tho State ness, education, wealth and Industry, can turn their attention, there are until we have become constructive other important things to be done. rather than destructive In our lcgls-Suc- h wholesome tax reforms must bo lation. least twenty-fiv- First to Wed. Interesting records arc the dates and names of the first marriages In Breck enrldge county, beginning October ill, ibOa. They are a follows: 180'J, Jacob Rice to Luromia Oct. I'eckenpaugh. John Sterrctt to Sarah DcIIaven. Nov. 21, 1802, Thos. Brown, sr., to Married In the Jemniina Brasher. clerk, s office by Jo Allen, clerk. Dec. 'JO, 1802, George Jackson to Sally Crawford by Jo Allen, clerk. Jan. i, iS03, Gjorge Uruner, sr., to Pattv Brickey. Feby. al, ISO.'I. Samuel Baird to Elizabeth DeHavcn. April 1. 180.x, Samuel Ccnnor to Klizabeth Claycomb by John Walker, Justice of the , Peace. June 11, 180.-I- Joseph Allen to Peggy Crawford by John Walker. July 1, 18O3, Michael Miller to Elizabeth Wilson by John Walker. July 11, 18O3. Hopkins Matthews to Elizabeth Blaln by John Walker. Aug. 2(, ISO!!, Edward Asklns to Ann Husted by John Walker. 1 In tho Rate $1.00 European Solicits i)titronnC of Cloverport Husiness Bath $1.50 g Men anil Shoppers CORN AND HAY! If you need either corn or hay in large or small lots write or phone us-- we will save you money. hand-in-han- J. 8. TAYLOR 8 Lewisport, Ky. y BIG SPRJVG taxa-doo- own-Wit- for-uc- ts Now For a Greater Kentucky, Better Roads, Better Schools and Lower Taxes shlRVINGTON guest of her sister, Mrs. Adele Conniff. A little son has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham. Miss Mary Heron, of Louisville, was the week end gqest of her parents. George Huff has returned from a Mrs. Steve Bryant Dead Young business trip to Hvansville. Woman Found Dead Sunday Wilbur Parks, of Louisville, spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Was a Visitor From Louisville Parks. NEWS arranged. The patrons of the school donated a bountiful supply of cream to the entire number of scholars and A number of our citizens motored to Big Spring Saturday evening to attend a Masonic banquet. In spite of the rain and hall Sunday afternoon the following young people composed a party to Twin Oaks: Misses Guedry Bramlette, Nell Smith, Mary Alexander, Elizabeth Cain, Mary HenMr. and Mrs. Elhomer Maxwell, of ry, Lottie Bandy and Margaret Conniff. BIG SPRING. Monroe, Wis., have been visiting .Mr. Messrs. Hubert Lvons, Harry Conniff, BANQUET AT and Mrs. Julius Slppel George Huff, Leonard Galloway, Paul Miss Sue Bindy entertained a num- Wilson and Robert Lyons. The girls Highest market price paid for wool In prepared a delicious lunch and the ices ber of her friends Saturday evening. cash. Ed Alexander, Irvington. were donated by the young men. A T. Adklns and J. C. Payne spent Miss Bandy, of Lodlburg, has been Sunday in Louisville. tho guest of .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ater. Whooping Cough. Dr. S. P. Parks and J. M. Herndon Mesdames Julia H Chick and Mollie Kenney, of Louisville, arrived Satur- were elected trustees for the Irvington "When my daughter had whooping day for a visit with Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Graded School Saturday. The women cough she coughed so hard at one time voted in the election. Heron, Mt. Pisgah. that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. Miss Minnie Woolfolk, of Branden I was terribly alarmed about her condiMrs. W. N Holt attended the fuSeeing Chamberlain's Cough neral of Mrs. Wm. Hall at Cloverport burg, has arrived to lake charge of tion. Remedy so highly recommended, I got Sunday. Hottell & Youtsler's millinery store. her a bottle and it relieved the cough at Miss Elizabeth Baxter has returned once, llefore she had finished two botMrs. Margaret Chamberlain was hosHousekeepers' League to her home In Glen Dean. tess to the tles of this remedy she was entirely Thursday afternoon. Next Sunday, May 9, is Mother's well," writes Mrs. S. 1'. Grimes, Crooks-villMr: and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft, Dr. W. Day throughout the United States, Ohio. Obtainable everywhere. B. Taylor and Miss Eula Neafus moMrs. Brownfield, of Cave City, has tored to Brandenburg Monday evening bten the guest of her daughter, Miss PISGAH. Mrs. Steve Bryant died Thursday at Cleo Browntleld. Gecrgetta Hawes, of Louisville, noon after a lingering Illness of tuberMiss culosis. She leaves a husband and five who arrived Thursday for a visit to Stewart Babbage, of Cloverpot, vis little children. She was laid to rest at Mr. and Mrs. D. G, Brite, was found ited friends at this place Saturday and Mt. Merino Friday. Friends extend dead in bed Sunday morning. The re- Sunday. sympathy to the bereaved ones. mains were taken to Maceo for burial. Plsgah Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. Mesdames Julia Geohegan, of West Friends extend sympathy. Seaton, of Louisville, Point, and Clara Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Taul spent SunThe closing exercises of the Irvington attended the funeral. High School were held Friday after day with Mr. and Mrs. George NewMattingly. Mrs. Bridwell, of Louisville, is the noon. A splendidly good program was man at Misses Viola Beatty, Katherine and Valeria Frank spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of T. M. Bates. Oc. I7, lS0:s, William Fry mi re to Highest market price paid for wool in Kesiah Reed by John Walker. cash. IM Alexander, Irvington. Jan 10, iSOl, John Miller to Hannah Mi-.- s Zelnm Strothtr spent Wednes Batkley. day In Louisville. Foby. 6, ISOl, John l'eekenpaugh to Mrs. Lilly Scott has relurued from a Chrlstena Rice by Walker. daughter, Mrs. Will Feby. U", 1801, Robert Wilson to week's visit to Miller, of Vine Grove. She went to Susanna Weatherholt by Walker. 18O.4, Peter I'eetal to Louisville whil gone. Feby. Catheroine liruner by Walker Mrs. T. C. Williams ami two little Feby. 27, tMM, Joel Humphreys to daughters are with her pareuts, Mr. Elizabeth Bush by Walker. and Mrs. J. H. Meador. March iG. 18OI. Peter Bruncr to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins, of Nancy Rusher by Walker. Woodland, spent Sunday with her par March 17, i804, William White to euts, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dowell. lide Edwards by Walker. B. S. Clarkson spent last week at March I9, I8O4. William Mclntlre to Hardinsburg and Louisville. Deborah White Blaln by Isaac Kd Mrs. Joe Blankenship spent several wards. 24, 1804, Jacob Christ to days last week with her son. March Thursday the members of the M. E Precilla Row by Walker. May 31, 18O4, Benjamlne Tuttle to church will meet for their annual spring cleaning of the church and yard. Hannah Wilson by Walker. June 1, 18O4, Henry Bruuer to Era Mrs. Deacon was confined to her bed Frymlre by Walker. again last week. Sept. 12, 18O4, Ellas Beedellto Betsey Claycomb by Walker. Best Thing for a Billious Attack. Sept. 18, i804, Enoch Brown to Sal- "On account of my confinement in the lie Heed by Walker. Oct. 6, 804, Joseph Clark to Rosan printing office I have for years been n chronic .sufferer from indigestion and na Finch by Walker. , John Patterson to liver trouble. A few weeks ago I had Nov. 27. an nttack that was so severe that I was Alley Hlce by Walker. Nov, 2, 18O4, Lewis Fraize to not able to go to the case for two days. Failing to get any relief from any other Cathorine Leonard by Walker. treatment. I took three of Chamberlain's Dec. 18, iS04, EJisha Lemar to Nancy Tablets nnd the next day I felt like a McDanlel by Walker. Dec. 18, ISO4, John Barbee to Mllley new man." writes II C. Uailey, b.ditor Carolina News, Chapiti, S. C. Obtain Brlcky by Walker. able everywhere, Mules hr Wanted! J. R. Lawhon will be in Har- v. dinsburg, Thursday, May 6th to buy mules 15 to 16 hands 1 in., 5 to 12 years old. j 1 iSO-1- Motoring Time Is Here Get Your Auto Fixed up for Spring. Does it need a New Top? Why not put a Stylish, Body on your chassis? Or let us paint it fo? you. Ask for up-to-d- ate Try a Want Ad. Today HILL ITEMS There is no man to friendless but he can find a friend sincere enough to tell him disagreeab'e truths. Bulwer Lyt-to- n. e, Next Sunday evening the Rev. H. E. Reeves, accompanied by the Rev. T. V. Williams and Dr. T. Francis Cheek, Synodical superintendent of the Ken tucky Synod, is expected to arrive on the 7:20 train and repair immediately to the Presnyterlan church where the installation of Mr. Reeves will occur. Everybody Is cordially Invited. Miss Christine Thompson, niece of Mrs. )im Lewis, of Cecilia, came last Thursday on a visit. Ed Kuley, brother of Mrs. John Burk, was called suddenly home owing to the serious illness of his wife. Mr. Kaley Is n resident of Birmingham, Ala., and had been here only a few days. Miss Nellie HurU went to Louisville JAS. BISHOP & GO. Cloverport, Kentucky ettasc ReatLyRoqlig & IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY THE T Misses Leona and Louise Rice spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of John Pate, near Clove'port. Benule Taul and Thomas Rice were in Mattingly Sunday. Thursday. Mrs. Mike Hendrick, from the country, and Mrs. Benton Ireland, from Skillman, were visitors t the home of Mrs, miliary Hardin last weeic. Will McCracken, of Knoxvllle, Tenn , is at home with his family. Miss Daisy Swope, of Lewisport, is the guest of Mrs. Frank Storms. Mrs. Catherine Carroll 1ms returned from a two weeks visit to her daughter, Mrs. Frank Oelze, on the pike. The natural oils in Trinidad Lake as- nhalt cive life to Genasco and make it last. Get Genasco for all your roofs, and lay it with the Kant-lea- k We have it several different weights. KleeU Irvington Hardware Implement Co. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron builds up the system. SO cents Ben Rldgeway has moved on the hill in the Chas. Mattingly house. Chas. Jackson nnd family spent the week end at the Sntterfield home. Zene Shellraau has moved in Charlie Pate's house vacated some time ago by Bruce Bennett. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Your drugsUt wilt refund money if PAZO OINTMIiNT (all to cure any case ol Itching, The firat application glvca See it at American Theater UlInd,BlcedluKorl'rotrudlDKl,llclu6toHiay. i!ao and uL 38c, THE BRECKENR1DGE Issued Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, Of PRESIDENT HUDSON, TORPEDO SINKS JNO. D. BABBAGL. Editor and Publisher MAY 5, 1915 EiGHT PAGES. . The Henderson Route, EnterAMERICAN SHIP tains Members of Daviess Fiscal Court and Other PromGerman Submarine Destroys inent Owensboro People, Oil Tank Boa!, AT 11 t LUNCHEON IRVINGT0N. THREE AMERICANS ARE .LOST BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each additional President It. N. Hudson, of the insertion. nnd St. Louis Louisville, Hendersou CAltDS OF THANKS over fivo linos charged for nt the rato of Kullwpy Company, was host on Wed- Grave Concern by United States Ofnesday to the Fiscal Court, incl ding 10 cents per line. ficials Is Manifested Over Report per lino, money all of the magistrates, except Squires of Destruction of Oil Tank Ship Off OBITUA1UES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents Hlte and Kiuey, andCounty Judge LanScllly Islands. in advance. and several other county of caster, Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please ticial, on a rock road inspection trip Up London, May 3. A torpedo sank the railroad. President HiuUou's pri- tho American oil tank steamship notify us. ofused by Statement of the Ownership, Management. Circulation, Etc.. Required by the Act of August 21, 1012, of published weekly nt Cloverport, Ky., for April I, 1015. e, Editor, John D. Uabbage, Cloverport, Ky. Managing Editor, John D. Cloverport, Ky. Business Manager, John D. Uabbage, Cloverport, Kv. Publisher, John I). Uabbage. Cloverport, Ky. John D. Uabbage, Owner. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities, None. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distrib uted, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months JN'O. D. BAHHAGK, Owner. preceding the dr.te shown above, 1,600. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of April, 1915. V. G. Uabbage, Notary Public. My commission expires January l.'f, lolS. Bab-bag- CUI donfc AAJIVU J M1 The Breckenridge News plow used by his Thos A. Gray, of Garfield, has an years ago. It is made with a wood father morn than seventy-livmould board and steel point, and is a good plow yet. Wo can real-iznow what our forefathers had to contend with in making their crops. They made good crops, raised largo families and fought the Indians. We do not fully appreciate our blessings and privileges, peace and plenty. old-tim- e e o the counly vate car was ficial, nt his invitation, and it left the ulon depot early in the morning aud returned the middle ol the afternoon. President Hudson intorrced County Judge Lancaster that his road would with the officials In the county road building progrnm. He said that he would give the county the benefit of every rale concession that it was possible to make. He realized that good roads, he said, were of gteat benefit to all the railroads as feeders, and that uny side tracks, switches or conveniences that his road could provide for the county to lessen the cost of construction, would be gladly made. He took occasion to compliment the progressive step of the Fiscal Court in the purchase of Its big trucks and trail ers, tor quickly transporting its road materials. He gave several instances of his own knowledge where the trucks were being lued at great advantage to the counties. Rock quarries at Webster nnd Mystic on the railroad were Inspected, and the capability of the production of crushed Gulf Light. 3,202 tons, on the Scllly Islands, according to a noutral news report. Tho Gulf Light left Port Arthur, Texas, April 10, to Rouen, France. Mrs. Gunter, of Bayonnc, N. J, received a telegram from tho company, Ml . . m notifying her that the vessel had been struck by a torpedo, and that her husband was dead. Captnln Alfred Gunter, ot tho Gulf Light died of heart failure Two members of tho crew jumped, and It is believed, were drowned. Ono of tho crew was Injured. Tho Gulf Light was sighted apparently In a sinking condition southeastward of the Scllly Islands. Four trawlers went to the rescue and brought tho survivors to the harbor. Tho tanker arrived at Port Arthur, Toxas, from Ilrcmen on April C, and sailed on April 10, for Doucn with a cargo of 55,000 barrels of oil. She was last reported April 12, when 261" miles northwest of the Tortugas. Washington, May 3. Authorities here view with grave concern, unofficial reports that the American oil ship, Gulf Light, had been torpedoed by a German submarine off the Scllly Islands, south of England. It had been the fear of officials that the German "war zone" operations would result In tho sinking of an American ship, by a German submarine. It now appears that not only was the vessel torpedoed, but according to Information received here, three American lives were lost as a result. The case of Leon C. Thrasher, the American who lost his life in the torpedoing of the Tirltlsh ship Flnbn, by the Germans, was regarded ns in part racing the lssuo most feared as a sourco of complications by this government. Tho present case apparently constitutes a much more serious offense. In that It combines within Itself not only an attack on the American flag nnd the destruction of American property on the high seas, but also Involves the loss of American lives. Officials here decllno to comment on the dispatches from London, because they have not yet been confirmed by any official messages reaching the state department. It was pointed out that the matters Involved ore of too great consemienco for official utterance, based on reports which may later prove to be either Inaccurate or Incomplete. Tho vigorous note sent to Germany by the United States with reference to the proposed war lone operations affords, of course, the basis for the position the United States government may be expected to take in the matter. YOU SEE THIS PICTURE? NO FANCY, IT'S A FACT. YOU CANT GROW A TREE WITHOUT A ROOT; YOU CAN'T BUILD A HOUSE WITHOUT A FOUNDATION; YOU CAN'T BUILD A FORTUNE WITHOUT PUTTING MONEY INTO THE BANK TO GROW. AND IT IS MIGHTY COMFORTABLE TO HAVE A E WHEN YOU ARE OLD. THIS IS FOR-TUN- START ONE NOW. BANK SOME OF YOUR EARNINGS. BANK WITH US. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. cars per day. President Hudson several places over the county nnd advised the county officials that he The line rains that reached county would personally see state, were a great blessing, and just in time to save many crops and was supplied with any that the of cars number dollars. which it might require for its rock hauling. If 100 cars per day were reg Our columns are crowded this week with accounts of tho pas-inquired, he stated, they would be forth events in our community, state and nation. coming. The members of the party were en tertained at Irvingion for luncheon. In Hawesville is to have another newspaper, edited by C. C. the party besides President Hudson and and Sam Gregory. It will be Republican paper. Trainmaster Hensley were County Judge Lancaster, Esquires Cook, Davis, Prof. II. H. Cherry, of Mowing Green, has withdrawn from the Boulware, Smeathers, Ware, Weikel, race for Governor. County Engineer . W. Spurrier, County Clerk Weir, Postmaster Floyd Circuit Court open next Monday at Hardinsburg. City Engineer Henry Talbott-Car- y L. Applegate, Dr. Hugh Klmbley, aud Dr. V A. Harl, city physician, and Sunday is Mother's Day. R. W. Owen. OweDsboro Messenger. year shows 49 pupils between the age of L 6 and 20 years. HARNLD. We are in receipt of a copy of the Geo Chief ton, a weekly paper published at S. M. Glascock, of Cloverport, spent For Cloverport Completed-Sma- ll Cleo, Oklahoma, giving an account of the marriage of Mr. Mack Miller, form a few days with his parents, Mr. and Gain Over Last Year-Ma- ny erly of this neighborhood, and Miss Mrs. J. H. Glascock. Josie I.ouillian Nicholson, of l'airview, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spencer, of Vacant Houses Seen Kansas. Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. were; here one day last week and Mrs. Jeff Miller, who moved from in their new machine. Miss Laura Satterlield has just com- here to Oklahoma a few years ago. Mrs. C. Royalty and daughter, Mrs. pleted the school census for the city of Mack has the good wishes of all his old Cloverport. In retard to the work she Kentucky friends in his venture on the Lura Jarboe, ot Louisville, are visiting at West View. matrimonial sea. writes as follows; e, Rev. P. C. Long and wife, of The enumeration of the pupils of Fishing Party attended the commencement exthe Cloverport High School ivas com pleted last Thursday. Last year so C. M. Miller, Park Miller, I.esieu Mil- ercises at Klngswood last week. many people had moved to town, but ler, Will Mrs. Wade Pile, of Mook, has reMurray and Colethis month we saw more vacant houses man Davis, made up a fishing party turned home from Louisville. In town than since taking the census. from Kirk to the Palls of Hough Friday. Mrs. Criswell and daughter, of Somehow there has been a tendency to They were out two days and caught one Richmond, are visiting In Klngswood. drive the people away, rather than small catfish, but they had their outing Mrs. C. M. Aldridge and daughter. town. The count shows and a good time just the same draw them to Maxluc, visited her aunt, Mrs. Beavin 485. a small gain over last year, with Tucker, at McCoy, last week. four illiterates. In connection with S. H. Davis and wife were in Louisthis work, a census was takeu of the WILLIAM S. BENSON ville last week shopping. adult illiterates nnd sent to the county This is being done superintendent. Misses Virginia Payne and Sylvia New Chief of New Bureau Hawes were in Garffeld Saturday shopall over the State to arm Kentucky in of Naval Operations. its fight against illiteracy. ping. " G. W, Butler and wife, who have been making their home with his parPrevent Hog Cholera. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dirtier, have The B A. Thomas Hog l'ouder has moved to the W S. Payne house. a record of 05 per cent, cures of Hog Linnie Pate has returned home, after Cholera. If you feed your hogs as dia visit to his aunt at Fordsville. rected, vou need never fear hog cholera Mrs. Ola Ilashaui was in Garfield one nor any other hog disease. And the day last week shopping. very simple, just about directions are Mrs. Lura Macy and Mrs. Thera what you are doing, plus a few cents Davis spent the day with Mrs. Sallie worth of U. A. Thomas Hog Powder in Norton at West View l'riday. the feed twice a week. Usually though, Cholera gets inte-for- e Miss Anna Pile, of Locust Hill, visited we know it. Then it requires Miss May Pile Saturday. close attentiou to each hog each hog Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Davis und'Mr. must be dosed and if you will dose and Mrs. Wilbur Pile were dinner guests as directed you will save better thera of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Illack Sunday. than 110 per cent. If you don't, the I), A. Thomas medicine costs you nothing. Flowers and plants from Louisville We not some distnnt manufacturer for sale. Mrs. R. M. Pennick. pay your money back. For sale at Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. Las-wel- l, ls, Buf-falo- was shown. At Mystic, where Tho Hon. E. .1. McDermott, Hon. .1. W. Newman and Matt rock the city and county now obtain both Cohen will speak at Hardinsburg next Monday, nnd the Hon. A. O. their road material, a quarry of fifteen Stanley will be there Saturday, May 15. What these gentlemen will cars per day is in operation. At Webster the quarry can turn but twenty-fiv- e have to say will be interesting and entertaining. 1 Marion Weatherholt. General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF H i KB! I I Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction IN... I Building Material, Building Hardware, I I 1 Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline a Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe I I and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. GREECE PRESS INDIGNANT I Declares Allies Refuse Guarantees of Compensation to Enter War. Rome. Mav 3. The Grnpfc tmrlin. ment was dissolved, and following general elections on Juno 1, the new parliament will open on July 10, sayn a dispatch from Athens. Tho Greek press is indignant over tho refusal of tho allies to guarantee compensations to Greeco on the condition of her Intervention on behalf of the entente power. Great resentment also is expressed regarding tho present efforts of the allies which now aro aimed to hasten Bulgaria's interven- tlon. It Is generally considered that a declaration of war by Bulgaria against the enemies ot the entente powers Is Imminent. MARKET QUOTATIONS Cattle Indianapolis, May 3. Steers, $6.2508.40; heifers, SpecialjPrices To Close Out These I SPECIAL SALE For Saturday, ' j j ires 2 cans com 2 cans hominy 2 cans gooseberries 5 cans pormentos 3 cans Polk's tomatoes MAY 8th lac 15c 15c 15c 25c 05c 25c 25c lean Special tomatoes.. 7 7 j bars Big Deal Soap bars Clean Easy Soap Gent's Underwear Men's shirts worth 50c Men's drawers worth 50c 35c 35c Matches, 3 for . 10c bars (Jleun Easy 25c R. W. Jones Special Coffee, worth 20c nt . . 15o Grnnitowaro, 50c value. 45c Graniteware, 25c value ... 20o Uinniteware, 10c value.07c Boys Old Hickory Wagon worth $1.25 at . $1.00 All 10c canned goods 3 for 25o 10c Oat Meal 3 for 25c 25c Stock and Poultry Food, at 20o 7 NEW BETHEL Tobacco plants are very scarce. Some of our farmers have finished planting corn. Mrs. Sarah J. Kobbins has moved from Hardin's creek to the llarues place on the Stepheusport road. The New Ilethel school ceusus for this Photo by American l'reim Association. of Captain William Washington (Special): The selection S. Iienson, com- mandant of; tho Philadelphia navy yard, as chief of tho now bureau of operations, has met with almost uniAdmiral versal public approval. Fletcher declined to take the post, which will bo In many respects the most Important in the navy, next tc that of the secretary. Try Our Want Ads $5.5008.25; cows, $4.7506.75; calret. $4.5008.50; bulls, $505.50. Hogs Best heavies, $7.6007.80; bulk of sales, $7.80 0 7.85; lights, $5 7.85; roughs, $6.6007; pigs, $707.25; Sheep Good to choice, $0.2507; common to medium, $406; lambs, $7010; bucks, (506. Chicago, May 3. light. Hogs Bulk, $7.5007.70; $7.4007.80; mixed, $7.4007.80; heavj, $7.1007.70; roughs, $7.100 7.25; pigs. Native beet Cattle $5.2507.10. steers, $6.1508.75; cows and belters, Sheep, $3.1008.50; calves, $608.75. Failure of Tobacco Plants $7.4008.40; lambs, $10.75. Charlie Taberling, of Tarfork, says Cincinnati, May 3. Hogs Steady; packers and butchfarmers in his neighborhood are planting their tobacco ground in corn on ac ers, $7.8007.90; pigs and lights, $5.75 7.80. Cattle Steady; calves, higher, count ol failure in plants. He says there Sheep Steady; lambs, wont be 25 acres of tobacco set in his $508.76. steady. neighlorhood where there are generally St Louis, May I. 300 acres set. pigs and Ugbts, Hogs Lower; $6.2507.86; mixed and butchers, $7.40 besvry, $T.C0T.IO. 07.85; food Brooms 25c to . 35c Men's handkerchiefs 5c and 10c 3 pairs overy-da20c socks y 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 Arbucklo-- j coffee , 20o J. A. Matthews, Glen Dean, Ky. htndlt all kind FrulU and Vsgetablts J R. W. JONES, Glen Dean, Ky. ( Court House Notes Dr. R. W. Meador, Custer, was at the county seat Monday. He reports farm work right up to time. Corn planting nearly all done, but tobacco plants almost an entire failure. Beard Bros, shipped a load of cattle County Clerk C. V.Robertson and Mrs. Robertson are at Dawson Springs, Rev. J. F. Knue and several hundred voters have made application to the county court for a voting precinct at McQuady. Cattle Steady. Big Purchase of Lambs week. Circuit Clerk Lee Walls says there W. C. Pate purchased last week and will be plenty of business in court next this week between 350 and 4OO lambs week. There 45 new cases entered Beard Bros., Hardinsburg, for the 27 ordinary and 18 equity. July market. last tfhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, MAY. ' fi, 1915 Sunday with his mother, Mrs. H, Pierce. A A cheap show will carry a band good boat depends upon the show The All Kinds of Work Known to dentistry ta done here. Wlmtover is best tilted to your case nnd pocket book will be explained to you. Whether Crowns, 4 in mr a. t USOT a. rm IT - A n . SK. - I T1 YOU PE in Entered at tlio Post 0(11 Ice nt Cloverport, Ky Emerson as second clusi mat lor. Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot will ontertaln THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE the Ladies Heading Club tomorrow afternoon. Niitk- Adri'rllxiTM pteiiMi notlfv tlm eilllor whi'ii ynu Wiint nilvertlemem illvuntlnnril. FPOM OUP STOPE JUST A MINUTE Mrs. C, D. Hamhlcton, who has been sick for tho past few months, Is slowly Mm. l Improving GENERAL OFFICES Tli must Spectacular Drama of Love NEW YORK AND CHICAGO nnd Labor over staged "The Price BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES She Paid." RATEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMtMS Ernest Pate has sold his house and lot in Breckenridge addition to Mr $ 2.fiO Korrost Pate. For Precinct and city Offices There are several showboats on tho 6.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 river safety first the Emerson Show For State und District Offices 10 boat. May 8. For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line Mrs. Sam Monarch, of Denver, Col., For All Publications In the interis visiting Mr. .and Mrs, J. E. est of Individuals or expression Monarch at Kirk. 10 of individual views per line Mrs. Qan and little son.TelliusGau, of Nashville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Frank. ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Harness. otilmililc Imuir v linr- COI! SAI.i: iit'M nnd n)lcclii'ii. C V.. I.lKhtfoot. Om-M'- t. Plates or Fillings you may feel confident of the best grade of work at lowest price s at which first-chi- s work can lie done. Por Sale - Jersey Cows FOU PAt.K TwoJp-M'- old:cow. to Our lielfer nun tlvr vrnri iluc iUr next month. II null ll.irdiiwuy. (Iitston, Ky. y ORDEP TOBiE We ygUczzs Call TO DAY 5-- J W. A. WALKER DENTIST Pjrs For Hatching Itlack Minorca Ksss for Pur utility iiurtxisct $1.50 per Mttlngt for fnncy purposes tV9 p'r sitting. Putlifiictlonguiiriinteeil. l'hlt .McOnrv. llur. (llniliurg, Ky. Si C. Mack Minorca ComM SINUI.r, answer promptly and serve quickly. Change of Train Schedule on The Hardinsburg, Ky. Office L, H. & St. L Effective March No. 142 15, 1915. 9:15 A. .10:1(1 A. ..12:10 1'. 4:32 1. 5:4il P. . 7:10 1 ... 5:07 A 5:51 A. M. Mi M, M, M, M. M. M Arriving IrvlnRton . ... Arrlvlna Loulsvlllo ... No. H4 will leave- Cloverport ArrlvtnR IrvlnRtqn .... Arriving Louisville No. 14(1 will leave Clovcrport Arriving IrvlnRton EAST HOUND will loavn Clovcrport..... Squire John Akers, Hardinsburg, and Squire D. C. Huron, Irvington, are at Owensboro this week serving on the U. S. Grand Jury. Miss Margarctte Hays Is at her She has been home In West View. teaching school In Kansas. Mrs. Jack Moorman and son, Jack- sou, of Louisville, arrived Friday to visit Mrs. Sallie Moorman. Mrs. Ernest Pate will join Mr. Pate in a week or two, where they will make Louisville their home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lambert, of Lewisport, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pile, Mosk, were over In Meade county last week visit" Ing their farm near Guston. Mrs. W. C. Frank will entertain the Wednesday Club in honor of her sis ter, Mrs. Gan, this afternoon. We have four paper hangers ready to go any time. Each one an expert. Try us. Edward Gregory & Sons. Cloverport people In Louisville re cently: Miss Jeannette Uurn, Mrs. Hovious Behen Miss Margaret Uurn. oer Bank o( Hardinsburg & Trust Co. For Sale. Clovcrport. Ky. LOT No. SOI In Sixth street. Stiillnimi llios.. Write. ehenti. Clicnault. Ky. Wanted Salesman Ilrccklnrlilgo WANTED for fiOTiio kiiowli(lin nf iiiitiitnii- lillp fcunnllps. Tntmrii from 100 u iliiv tin s sell Inn purohiisliiK contracts. required. Wrlto Kentucky Auto Supply Co., SlHH. Third Street. Louisville. Kentucky. Grape Fruit, Bananas, Oranges, Lemons Peanut Butter, Canned Luncheon, Asparagus Olive Oil, Tomato Soup Ice Cream and . WEST BOUND A.M. ... No. 141 will Icavo Clovcrport-..- .. Arriving Owcnslmro. . . 12:04 I. M, ...1:53 I". M, Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo ... ... 1:23 1'. M Arriving St. LouU. ... .. 7:43 P.M. ... 7:24 P.M. No. 143 will leave Cloverport .... 8:3 P. M Arriving Owtnsboro Arriving Henderson....... . . 9:35 P.M. No. .Fountain Drinks. Delicious Candies Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco in connection with our For Sale "HE famous Jit. .loscnli Sweet Ciller. J.S.Tlnlus, Molt. Ky. See Canned Spaghetti and Tomato Sauce Sour and Sweet Pickles Hamburger Steak Sardines Oysters Lots of Good Things. Let Us Serve You For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pigs I. C. FOU SALE Eleven thoroughbred O. urlru from L. II. Silver & Co. her.1 of winner nlirs. elthersex. for ?10c:icli: 3 months old. Uitllon or address. J. DupkIiis, Leltch- tlelcl, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Arriving Evansvlllc ... . 10:15 1 M M will leave Cloverport .... ...11:331'. M .. ,12:45 A. Arriving Owensboro 1:39 A. M . Arriving Henderson. M Arriving Evansvlllo-- .. - .... 2:05 A. M .. 7:40 A. Arriving St. Louis 0:30 A. M Clovcrport No. 147 will leave 7:4(1 A. M Arriving Owensboro .... 9:00 A. M Arriving Henderson 145 . Full Line of For Sale Pure Bred Orphington Eggs hred IlutT Orphlnislon FOH SALE-P- uro I liuiin these fowls exclusively. II.CO per settlDK of 15 esirs. This Is Uvo nnd me let live price, mil put up on nccouut 01Ky. war. Jesse. It. Eskrldfre. lliirdlnsliurir, It- 11 .. GROCERIES Allen M. Kingsbury, Telephone 74. J Wyandotte Eggs. have full stock Errs for I sale at 1.00 perWhite Wyandotte. ManulrR. settlnR. Mary Chcnault. Ky. Personal Paragraphs' About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That.are Far Away. Society Notes In- - Announcements STATE OFFICES Star Roller Mills Hy FOR SALE! IVffay d For Governor Wc arc authorized to announce II. W. IIOSWOUTII as a ramlidate for Governor of Kentucky. subject to the action of the Democratic I'arty, A Cloverport, Saturday, TERMS: One-thir- agreement we will offer for Sale to the Highest Hiilder, the Star Holler Mills and Granery, situateil on R R. Street on 8, at 2 p. m. & Ky. Mrs. Koscoe Severs and little daughsi ter, Miss Mary Emily Severs, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. D. II. Severs. Icluded. Mrs. Chas. IC. Mlnary, of Benton Haroor, Mich., is the guest of her Stanley Brown is visiting his mother parents, Mr. and Mrs: W. H. Bowmer. in Ekron. "The Price She Paid," the best Mrs. Graham Jolly was in Stephens- dramatic show production ever staged port Monday. on any showboat. At the river May 8. Mrs. T. V.- Sawyer, Wanted boarders Miss Irene Brickey, of Mattlncly, Cloverport, Ky. Milton M. Squires went to Basin will leave this week for Evansville to be with her sister, Mrs. O. W. Sanders Sprint's Monday. - Cash, Balance One and Two Years. f Tw A TITiTl Auuust rrnnary. Wo are authorized to anil' unco Squires, Miller Notice Oelze. 11. V. McCllKSXnV of Krankfort. Ifv.. as a eandld'ito for Gov ernorof Kentucky, subject to the action of iiio uomocraue party, rruniry election, August House Paint, Porch Paint Carriage Paint hear our orchestra. The C C. Powers, Addison, was in Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. Emerson. May 3. Lucy Younger, of Louisville, is Collard, who is seriously ill at the age Mrs. of 72. the guest of relatives. Mrs. Joe Sawyer and daughters, returned Mrs. Emma Sklllman has Jar.e and Mayme Sawyer, were guests home from Louisville. of Mrs. H. Wills in Louisville last Safety first always The Emerson week. J. with a show, not a band. "The Price She Paid," the big sociHon. L. Li. Mitchell Is at home for a ety drama. A warning to women. My family. short visit to his success is quality Emerson. See me Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, May 8. is visiting It) Louisville. Mr. Heston and daughter, Miss Clara Mr. Warren White, Kirk, returned Heston, of Hardinsburg, visited Mrs. from Louisville last week. Ameil Oelze and Mrs. Helen Adams Paul Wilson shipped three loads last week. hogs from Irvir.gton Monday. Miss Pearl Hall has returned home Mrs. John Ridge has returned from a from Hawesville and has a position at the Sanitary restaurant, the store of visit to relatives in Louisville. uncle, Mr. Sam Brown. Earl Payne was in Stephensport last her Babbage and Miss Miss Louise week having dental work done. Mildred Babbage will go to Louisville Not only the largest, but the finest, tills week to visit Miss Florence Fair-leig- h The Emerson Showboat. May 8. and Miss Addie Fairleigh. Mr. Ernest Pate left last Sunday for Miss Harriett McCracken. of Hon Louisville, where he has a position. olulu, Mrs. A. N. McCracken and MorMiss Pauline Moorman left Monday ris McCracken, of Louisville, spent with Mr. L. T. Reld and the week-enfor Ellzabethtown to visit relatives. Mrs. Keld. Splendid line of paper C to iO cents We are now up with our paper hangEdward Qregory & bons. ing and can fill dates promptly. Our Mrs. Nelse Quigglns and children line this, season is an exceptional good visited relatives in McDaniels recently. one. Samples brought right to your Mrs. Newell Alford, of Earllngton, home. Edward Gregory & Sons. arrived Thursday to visit Mrs. Hugh News has been received at Matting Wood. ly that Dr. Wm. Howard, of TennFred Pierce, of Louisville, spent essee, formally of Ball Town, was coming back to his old home. His friends and patrons will be glad to see him return. Miss Natalia Clapham, bookkeeper and stenographer for Green Bros., Falls of Rough, returned from Louis.-vill- a last week, accompanied by her You exercise your best judgMiss Anita Clapham. ment when you select your fam- sitter. Mrs. H. A. Duttchke and four chilshow ily physician and should C.nmp nnd Can-neltd Floor Paint Wagon Paint Vhinish Stain Furniture Varnish Linseed Oil Turpentine Flat Koatt Paint Brushes Paints for Various Purposes We Handle Good Quality Now is the time to Write us for Prices Paint We pay the Freight Breckinridge Circuit Court. We am authorized to announce The Assignee of the Two States Bank, STANLEY A.O. etc . Plaint 11. as n rneilldato for Goernor of Ifentii'kj' Vs subject lothe action of tho Damocratti: I'arty James Crawford, etc , Defer.dauts. August Primary. Pursuant to an order of Court entered in this action the undersigned We are authorized In announce Special Commissioner will cn Monday, II. II. CIIKltKV the 17 day of May, 1915, at or.e o'clock as a candidate for (ioverror of Kentucky, subject to the action of the lieu.ocratlc l'artv p 111., at the courthouse dour in HarAugust 1'rluinry. dinsburg; sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder as a whole all Lieutenant-Governo- r For the notes, accounts and judgments which are uncollected and owned by the Wo are authorized toaiinource Two States Bank JUDOK JAMES I) II LACK The sale will be Tiade on a credit of of IlarborvIIIu, Ky.. as a candidal! for Lleutcnant-Ooverio- r of Kentucky subject throe months and the purchaser will to the action of tho Democratic Party In be required to execute bond with apPrimary Election. August 1014. proved security, interest bearing; from date. A full lists of said notes, acFor Circuit Court Clerk counts and judgments are embodied in the printed notices posted up at the We are authorized to announce courthouse door in Hardinsburg, KenS. II. PAYNE tucky, and elsewhere, and upon appll of Irvington. nsaeaiidldatuforClrciiltCourt Clerk of BreckenrldKe count, subject to cation the undersigned will forward a the action of the Itcuuhllcan Party, In Pri- list of said property to be sold. mary ElectloL, August. !!lt. The Uank of Hardinsburg ifc Trust Company, Special Commissioner of We are authorized to announce the Hreckmrldge Circuit Court, and PAUL ItASIIAM also Assignee of the Two States as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Brecken-rldc- e gust Iteuubllciin 7. 1U15. 7. 1U1S. TO THE PUBLIC I Iuviiiir sold my business to Mr. V. II. (j'llison, 1 ilosiie to tlnmk my patrons for I hoi r con- )iltl'011!l!(! unit iiIm) to them that tliu business will be conducted on the same lines in the future us in the pa-mid that the new innniiiremciiL will extend every courtesy consistent with ood business print, tinued ciples. Larkin Gibson, Cloverport, Ky. Fordsville Planing Mill Go, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, county, bti'iject to tho action of tho party. Primary election, AuFor Representative. Uank. Cloverport Machine Manager GARTER'S LANDING. Shop (Hast Knd of Iron llridgc) Fordsville, Kentucky Wo ure authorized to announce II. A.CANNON, of Madrid. Hreckenrldiio county, as a candi date for Iteuresentutlve, Mtbject, to the ac tion ot tlio itetmiHicaii liariy, in rrnnary merit, good workmanship and the hap py knack of blending of colors makes us preferable over-til- l others. Edward Gregory Sons. number of fishing parties were en joyed last week. Fishing Is fine at the Achme pond. The place Is nicely kept by Mr. Aaron Hall. The surroundings are clean and the pond is beautiful Five cents is charged for fishing with worms and iO cents for lishiog with & A minnows. Any Physician's Prescription the same care in selecting your druggist. It is your privilege to take any physician's prescription to any druggist you prefer, the prescription is your property. No physician in this locality will question our ability to give Let service. you us fill your prescriptions. Ask your physiciiin about us. be-cau- high-grad- e Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Cleverport, : : Kentucky In 1897 when the Window Dressers' Association offered a Gold Medal for the best window design submited, we brought the Gold Medal to Cloverport. In I9i4 when the Deamond P. Line sent out samples all over the country asking for a room design, ours was the best, and the design Is now being sent out all over the country bearing our we can compete with high dren, Viola, Lula, Clarence and name. If in large cities, don't you Irving-to- n class artist Thomas, Stephensport, were in Cleaned and recently visiting her parents, Mr. think we can please you? Edward Gregory & Sons. and Mrs. Thos. Hardesty, Mr. and Mrs Sam Gilbert accompanied them. For any itchiness of the skin, for skill Over 10,000 rolls of pretty designs In rashes, chap, pimples, etc. , try Doan's stock ready to hang on short notice. Ointment, 50c at all drug stores. Cut out the sample book agent and his BERRY & MORRISON profit. When you buy wall paper from Strawberries This Week. us you get it direct from the mills, Cloverport, Ky. Strawberries from Tobinsport will be saving the middle man's profits. in the market this week. The dry Edward Gregory & Sons. Mr. and Mrs. William Mattingly, weather has held them back some. Buechcl, Ky., were at Hardinsburg and Kirk last week visiting relatives Cures Old ::r:t, Otitf Rinimis Wed Cure no Mr. Mattingly is running The wont caict.the nutter of bow long tinjinf, and friends wonderful, old rclUble Dr. tre cured by relieve! a large berry farm near Louisville and Porter's Antlteptlc Healing OH. ItCOc, ILOQ. Permanent Vila and Ilcali at the tame time. Sc, making a success of It. Why it all the best das of paper Read the Want Ads. Cloverport, Telephone 56-- J hanging comes to us. Honest treat' They say that dreams never come true. Don't believe that for it moment. I dreamed mv subscription to the News Election Saturday, August 7. was due. The next morning I exWe are authorized to iinuoniico amined the label on my paper and suie O. A. WItKllIT, enough I was indebted to Mr. Babbage of MeQuady, llreeuenrldgo comity, as a canfor Ueureseiitat u. subject to the ac- $1, and then the band played: didate tion of l ho itcuuhllcan party. In I'rluriry What are you Roin;; to sa)? Election Saturday, Augutt. What are you koIor to pay? Wo ure authorized to announce What are you Koing to do? LOU AN IlICKKKSCN Your subscription to tho News is ot Hazel Dull. HreckenrlUgo county, us a now due. candidate for Itenre.seutatlve, subject to the action of the Kcuuhltcau party, in Primary Kay Pate, of Hilts Run, tells this Electlou Saturday, August 7, IU IS. one on Charlie O'liryan: Charles went hunting one night lust fall, and a wild animal of some kind ran Charles and the dogs home. Ray says when Charles came in he was scared so bad his wus turned the wrong way. l'at Greenwood wired this one on Jim Willett, the painter: Jim was doing some painting for Pat, nud all at once Before you pack your he stopped and says: "Put, 1 must go, I have got to move. I have got in the winter suit have it habit of moving every two weeks, and my chickens are lying in front of ray door waiting for their feet to be tied." Pat asked him If moving his ladder wouldn't do, as he was needing his painting done. "No, by gum, Pat, there is nothing doing; force of habit, Telephone 70-you know. Joe Mulhutton, Jr. NOW RUNNING Ready for Your Machine Bring us Your Work. Gasoline Engine Troubles and Plow Grinding We Buy Old Brass and Copper Sanitary Packing j T. F. SAWYER, Mgr. Lock Box 32 Cloverport, Kentucky -- 40Week-Old-Chic- ks Pressed Some are Rhode Island Reds Full Blooded Colic In Horses. Farrls Horse Colic Remedy is simply dropped on the tongue through a medicine dropper. It has n proven record of 50 cures In CO cases' The women folks can give it. Get a 50c bottle and be sate. 1'or sale ut Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. Dr. Jesse Baucum further purtlculurs. Tlii'ku cliluks uru lioaltliy and rleorous und uutliorltles on poultry nay tlio ilrst week Is thu most Important period of the life of ft chicken. Ono-di- iy colckHsell fur lOoeiicli. but uu uci'outit of tliu euro ucil t int) iilvun these chickens thu charge U a little moro. You urn ImtIii J to see them or wrlto for 1 Dentist Mrs. Harry Hamman, Cloverport, Ky. Ky. Subscribe Today Million Dollar Mystery CHAPTER XX. The Bralne Trips Another Weapon. "What I want now," Bald limine, as lie paced the living room of tho npartmont of tho countess, "Is I've been checkmated enough, Olga; they'ro playing with us." "That Is nothing now,'' she replied, I "At the beginning shrugging. warned you. I never liked this affair after tho first two cr thres fn'lur But you would have your way. You wanted revenge at that early date! but I cannot see that you've gone Has It ever occurred to you that the organization may be getting tired, too? They depend solely upon your invention, and each time your Invention has resulted. In touching nothing but zero." 4 "Not the least doubt of It In my mind. Olga, old girl, It does look as If my stnr wns growing dim. We'll never get our hands on that million. I feel It In my bones. So let's settle down to n campaign of revengo, without any I want to twist furbelows. heart beforo tho gamo winds up." "You wish really to injuro her?" "I do not wish to Injure her. Tar from it." ho mpllcd, smiling evilly. "You want her . . . dead?" whispered Olga, paling. 'Kxnclly. I want her .dead. And bo If all my effort a hero oomo to nothing, so shall Hargreave's. His millions will become wnsto paper tq him. That's revenge. Tho Persian peach method " "Poison 7 You shnll not! You shall not kill her!" vehemently. liar-preavo- 's air makes It vanish. Now I'll go up i mm mm m m m m for a moment to see how that poor girl Is getting along. We aro lucky; thcro's no gainsaying that" "You'ro a clover man, Jones," said Jim. L. C. TAUL . IIISUiailUH UIIICB I M mil. Jones turned upon him, his faco grave. Tho two men looked steadily Into each other's eyes. Jones was first to turn aside his glance, as he had something to conceal nnd Jim had nothing. When tho ambulance took tho tor. turcd Susan away, Jones addressed Florence gravely. "I am going out nnd so Is Mr. Norton Do not leavo the houso; not even If you have n tolephono call from mo or Norton. Both of us will return; o so don't lot anything bother or con-fus- Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tor- - J nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies "Tender hearted?" "No. If I must In the end go to prison, so be It; but I refuse to die In tin chair." "Very well, then. Wc shan't kill her, but we'll make her wish sho was dead. I wns only trying to sco how-fa- r you would go. The basket of Every peaches Is In tho hallway. No man In the peach Is poisoned. you." "I promise," said Florence, struggling with a sob. Jones went downstairs again, paused by n window ns If cogitating, and suddenly threw It up nnd looked abroad. A rustle among tho lilacs caused a smile to flit across his face So they had Ecnt some one to learn tho effect of the poison? Or to follow him should ho leavo the house? Ho retired to tho kitchen and gnvo somo J Dr. R. P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trent & Walls' Lirerj Stable Prepared to Treat all AnimalDiseasei Jones Paused by a Window. He Went to the Telephone. "That In all probability they are poisoned. But there's no need trying to provo my theory right or wrong. Ask Jones. Ho'll tell you to throw them away." of never more." "All this sounds extremely agreeable to mo. Mr. Hargreave will bo happy to hear that his long enforced hiding will soon come to an end." "All you have to do, sir, Is to point them out to me." "It may take a' week or ten days." "My government has waited for ten years to gather in this delectable trio. A month, If you like." "The sooner tho better. T shall call this evening after dinner. We shall begin with Mr. Bralno; and generally where he la Is the woman. Vroon will be the most difficult." "After dinner, then, since you know some of his haunts. There Is a re- Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg, Ky. "Thanks!" "O, I'm not chiding you. I've failed too?' "Are you turning against mo?" he demanded bitterly. "Do my actions point that way?" she countered. "Xo. Hut the more I view what has passed, tho more disheartened I grow. It has been a series of blind alleys, and all we have succeeded In doing is knocking our heads. I can see now that all our failures are due to one mistake." "And what the devil Is that?" he asked, Irritably. "We were In too much of a hurry at the beginning. Hargrcave prepared himself for quick action on your part." "And If I had not acted quickly he would havo started successfully on one of his world tours again, and that would havo been the last of him, and we should never havo learned of the girl's existence. So there's your argument." ""Perhaps you are right. But for i nil that we have not played tho gamo with any degree of finesse." "Hah!" Pralne lit a cigarette and smoked nervously. "I can't even get rid of that meddling reporter. Ho has been as much to blnmo for our failures ia either Jones or Hargrrave. I admit that In his case I judged hastily. I believed him to bo Just an ordinary' newspaper man, and he was clever enough to lull my suspicions. Hut I'm going to get him, Olga, even If I have tq report to ordinary gunman tricks. It there's any final reckoning, by the Lord Harry, ho shan't get a chance In tho witness stand." begin to think that that lit"And tle chit of a girl hab been hoodwinking me all along. By the way, did you find out what that letter said?" she asked after a pause 1 "Letter? What She sprang from mean to say that you about that?" ly excited. letter?" her chair. "Do you they have not told Olga became great- "Explain," ho said. "Why, I was at the garden day before yesterday, and a man approached and asked If I was Miss Hargreavc. Becoming at once suspicious that something very important was about to happen, I signified that I was .MiS3 Hargreave. The man slipped a paper into my hand and hurried off. I took a quick glance at It and was to find It utterly blank of writing. At first I thought some joko had been played on me, then I chanced to remember tho lnvisiblu ink letteru you always wroto me. Understanding that you were to visit tho d "That girl!" "What now?" "It seems sho had been out horseback riding that morning. Sho had seen onu of the boys cross the field and suddenly disappear; and sho was curious to learn what had become of blm. With ner usual luck she stumbled on tho method of opening the door of tho cave and went In. She must have been nosing about. She didn't havo much time, though, as the boys camo up to await me. Evidently eho crawled Into that old chest and in some Inexpllcablo manner purloined the letter from Jackson's pocket. They left to reconnoiter; and It was then that Jackson discovered his loss. When Florence heard them returning sho jumped Into tho well. And lived through that tunnel! The devil Is in It!" "Or out of It, since wo consider him our friend." "And I had her In my hands, uoto and all!" "Hut with all that water there will not bo any writing left on tho letter." "Invlslblo Ink Is generally Indelible and Impervious to tho action of water; ut least tho kind I uso Is. I'd glvo a thousand for a sight of that Jotter." "And it might bo worth a million," Olga. suggested. had ouo man ut the garden take tliu note. And you never got It!" "Some ouo shall pay for this I'll call up Vroon and Jackson at once. Wait just a moment." Ho went to tho telephone. A low muttering conversation took place. Olga could hear little or none of It. When limine put the receiver back on the hook his face was not pleasant to sec I cavo In tho morning, "Horrible!" Florence shuddered. "But they do not want to poison me. They want mo I'm too valuable. alive." "Who can say?" returned Jim "They may havo learned gloomily. that they cannot beat us, no matter what card they turn up. I may be wrong, but take my advlco and throw them away. . . . Good Lord, what's that?" startled. "Some one cried!" "6, Miss Florence!" exclaimed tho maid, terror stricken as sho recalled Susan's act. "Miss Susan took a peach from the basket and was eating It on the way to her room!" "Good heavens!" gasped Jim. "I was right Tho fruit was poisoned." Jim had head enough to send for a Just Power Enough to Keep Herself specialist he knew. Tho specialist arAfloat rived about twenty minutes after Suss country knows more about subtle cry. To his keen eyo It than I do. Havo I not written an's first looked liko a certain poison which had books on the subject?" ironically. Its basis the venom of the cobra. "And they will trace it back to you for "Will she live?" warned. "I in a straight line," she "0, yes. But she'll bo a wreck for will not have it!" Send her to the hosho replied Komo months. "I can go elsewhere," pital where I can visit her frequently. coldly. And I'll tako that peach along for "You would leave me?" analysis. No police affair?" "Tho moment you cross my will," "No. We daro not call them in," emphatically. said Jim. It became her turn to pace. Torn "That's your affair. I'll send down between her love of the man and the danger which stared her in the face, the ambulance. Keep her quiet She'll species of paralysis; but that'll she was for tho time being distracted. have a A All tho time ho watched her with work off under the treatment strango business." malevolent curiosity, knowing that In "So It Is," agreed Jim grimly. the end she would concur with his Florence knelt besldo her friend's evil plans. "Very well," she said finally. "But bed and cried softly. "You called me just In time. An listen; we shall be found out Never nothing would have saved doubt that. Your revenge will cost us hour later, her. She would havo been paralyzed both our lives. I feel It." "Bah! The law will have no hand for life." Jim accompanied tho doctor to tho In my end. I always carry a pellet; He and that ring of yours would suMce a door and went in search of Jones. regiment She will not dlo Sho will found the taciturn butler eying tho merely become a kind of paralytic; fruit basket, his face gray and drawn, the kind that can move a little but though his eyes blazed with fury. "Poison!" not enough; always wheeled about In "A pretty bad poison, too," said Jim. a chair. I'll bring In the peaches; "We can't do anything. We've Just rosy and dovny. One bite, after a got to sit still. But In tho end we'll given time, will do the trick. If they get them. That she devil . . ." suspect and throw them out wo havo "No, my friend; that he devil. The lost nothing but tho peaches. A woman Is ir.ad over him and would trusted messenger will carry them to commit any crimo tils bidding. But the Hargreave house. And then we'll this is his work. at want him. Ho We sit down and wait." wasn't without courage to send this Meantime, In tho library of the Hargreave house, Florence and Jim wero fruit, knowing that I would instantly suspect tho sender. Yet, I have no puzzling over the blank sheet of padefinite proof. I could not hold him per. In have bought "I'll wager," said Jim, "tho water tho court iu law.by Ho will tho piece, fruit piece basket In Tho washed all the writing away. good. n basket shop. He will have injected llro does not seem to do any poison himself when alone. I'oor We'll turn ft over to Jones. Jones'll tho Susan! That messenger was without find a way to solve It. Trust him." doubt some one over whom he holds "What are you two chattering tho threat of tho death chair. That's about?" asked Susan, who was arrangtho way ho works." ing some flowers on tho table. Jim tramped tho room while Jones "Secrets," said Jim, smiling. carried the fruit to tho kitchen. The "Humph!" Susan puttered about for a few min- butler returned after a while. "What about that blank sheet of pautes longer, then crossed to the recepper?" "It has to bo dipped into a solution; tion room, Intending to go upstairs. At that moment the maid was ad- after that you can read it by heating. mitting a messenger with a basket of I have already dipped It into the solution. The moment tho heat leaves the fruit. "For Miss Hargreave," said he. He 6heet the writing disappears again. gave tho basket to tho maid, touched The ink is waterproof. I'll show you." his cap awkwardly, and swung on his Jones got a candle from the mantle, heel, closing tho door behind him. He lit It, and held the sheet of paper very was In a hurry to deliver another close to tho flame. Gradually, almost message. Imperceptibly, letters began to form on "O, what lovely fruit!" cried Susan, the blank sheet. At length the mespausing. "I'm going to steal one," sage was complete. she laughed. She selected a peach "Dear Hargrcave The Russian minand began eating It on the way up to ister of police Is at the Blank hotel her room. under the name of Henri Servan. He The maid passed on into the library. Is Investigating the work of the Black "What's this?" inquired Florence, as Hundred In this country and can free the maid held out the basket. She you from their vengeance It you supselected a peach and was about to set ply the evidence needed." her white teeth Into it when Jim in".Now, what evidence can he wont?" terposed. asked Jim. "Walt a moment, dear." Florence "Such as will prove Bralno an undelowered the peach. Jim turned to the sirable citizen." maid. "Who sent It?" "And then." "I don't know, sir. A messenger "Quietly pack him off to Russia, brought It, saying It was for Miss where ho Is badly wanted." Hargreave." "Who sent this message?" "Let me see If there Is a card." "Ono of our mysterious friends. We Hut Jim searched In vain for tho card havo a few, as you already know. But of tho donor. At once all his suspiI'll go and make this man Servan a cions arose. "Don't touch them. Betvisit. I have seen tho real minister, ter let tho maid throw them out. and If this man is the same one, someFruit from unknown persons might thing of Importance may turn up. I not bo tho healthiest thing In the shall want you somewhere about. world." Hero. I'll let you have this letter. "Vhat do you think?" heat brings It out and cold pol-eon- CTOPlfolfblfoliczica Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Letters Began to Form on the Blank Sheet. explicit orders to tho chef, orders which did not In nny way refer to cooking. Then Jones and the reporter left tho house, each qulto aware that they were being followed. Near the Blank hotel they separated In order to confuso the stalker. He might dodder and follow the wrong man. But It was evident that this tlmo he had been directed to follow Jones; for ho entered the hotel a minute after Jones. Meantime a second spy, whom Jones had not seen, had observed tho transfer ol the Invisible writing and had Immediately informed Bralne, who was not far away. That his poisoned fruit had stricken down an outsider troubled him none at all. But that mysterious message ho meant to have; it might bo a life and death affair, It might be a clue to the treasure, or the whereabouts of Hargreave. Thus, while only one man followed Jones, several kept a far eye on Jim. Jones scribbled his name on a blank card and had it taken to the Russian's room. Tho page eyed that card curiously. It was different from anything he had ever seen before. In- one corner were written three or four words which resembled a cross between He brew and Greek. "Humph!" the boy. muttered Whadda y' know about that? Chick en scratches; but I guess the bell rinss Rooslan. On your wny, ho cried to tho hall maid, who wanted a look at tho card. "Up t' th' room, sir. Ho'll see yuh!" The boy kept the silver salver extended expectantly, but Jones went past without apparently noticing the hint The Russian was standing by a win dow when Jones knocked and was bidden to enter "You are not Hargreave." "Neither are you the Russian min ister of police," urbanely. "Who aro you?" "I am Hargreave's confidential man. sir." Tho two men eyed each other cau Hor-tense- ," move to help you I should find my own throat cut without saving yours." ward." Jones laughed shortly. "Keep it yourself, sir. Mr. Hargreave would willingly double whatever this reward is to eliminate these despicable creatures from his affairs." "Thanks." While' this conversation was taking place Norton Idled about; and fesllng the cravings for a cigarette, prepared to roll one, only to find that he hadn't the "makings." So fato urged him to step into the nearest tobacconist's. He asked for his favorite brand and passed over the'sllver. Bralne and his companions saw Nor ton enter tho shop. It agreed with their plans perfectly. Tho tobacconist happened to be affiliated with the or der. So they hurried into the shop. Jim instantly realized that he was in a trap. "How can I get out of here?" ho whispered to tho tobacconist. The latter smiled. "I have to obey theso gentlemen. I don't know what they want you for; but If I made a Hardinsburg, :Ky. OIICTOC3IIOIIOIIOIICZIOI I We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. i Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING We pay the postage both ways on nil packages fc. or qver, work Prompt punrnntretl (IHlverlrs In sanitary packages. Will credit you upon referunre. Write for lntormiitlon. Better. still, send trial bundle. Offices : 625 W. Jefferson St. flrst-clnss 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS "The devil!" Jim made a dash for tho rear door, to find It locked. Even as he fumbled with the key, Bralne and his com panions flung themselves upon the re porter and overpowered him. "Ah, my friend Bralne!" he said. "My friend Norton!" Jeered the victor. "And what do you want; some peaches?" "A paper, my friend, a little secret of paper with invisible writing on It We promlso to give you something in exchange for It" "What?" asked Jim with as much nonchalance as he could assume. "Life." "Search," said Jim. "You won't object to my smoking?" He began to roll a cigarette while they passed -- ver him. He struck a match; the pleasant aroma of tobacco floated about his head. LOUISVlLLf. KY. M, E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary tiously. "You speak Russian?" "No. I am able to scribble a few words; that Is all." smoked leisurely. He was In no hurry. "No, I am not tho minister; but I am his accredited agent. I am empowered to bring back to Russia a man who is known here by the name of Bralne, another by the name of Vroon, and a woman who calls herself a countess and unfortunately is one. All I desire is some damaging proof against them that they are outlaws in this country. The rest will The Russian Ut a cigarette and ' uralization papers." Tho Russian waved his hand airily. "Once they are In Russia those documents will never come to light This man Bralno, it has been learned, has long been In the pay of Prussia, and has given the general staff of that country many plans of our frontier fortifications. I do not know what any one of the three looks like. That is why I sought Hargreavo." "I will gladly point them out to you," said Jones, rubbing his hands together, a sign that ho was greatly pleased. be simple." They have all three taken out nat "Ho's got It on him somewhere. 1 saw him take It He's got his nerve with him." Tho cigarette glowed. Jim smoked hurriedly. Through every pocket they went. Tho contents of his wallet lay scattered at his feet, his watch dangled from the chain. The cigarette grew shorter and shorter. Suddenly one of tho men stretched out a hand and whisked the cigarette from Jim's lips. He threw It to tho floor and stamped out the coal. "I thought so!" he exclaimed, holding out the scrap of burnt paper towards Bralne. The words "Dear Hargreave" were all that remained of the message. With a snarl of rage Bralne whipped out his revolver. "I will give you one minute to tell me what that paper contained." "And after that minute Is up?" "A bullet In your stomach." Quick as a flash Jim's band shot out, caught the loosely held revolver, gave It a wrench, and brought It down savagely upon Bralne's head. Then he roversed It and backed toward the front entrance. "Au rovolr, till we meet agalii, gentlemen!" (To be Continued) Loesch fell Into an open cistern In his Neighbors came barn lot Wednesday. and assisted to get it out. It was not injured, as there was only about a foot ot water in the cistern. Hal Weatherholt, Dan Parrlsh and Alec Ahl purchased Ford automobiles last week from Chas. Werner, of Tell City. The Tobinsport High Sdhool will at the hold its annual commencement Baptist church here Friday evening, May 7, The graduates are: Misses Ella Leaf, Ethel Ahl.'.Vevah Winchell and Ruth Weatherholt. Prof. Powell, of Owensboro, will deliver the class address. Several here have mumps. How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid ef - Her Stomach Trouble- "I suffered with stomach trouble for years and tried everything I heard of, but the only relief I got was temporary until last spring I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and procured a bottle of them at our drug store. I got immediate relief from that dreadful heaviness after eating and from pain ia the stomach," writes Mrs. Linda liar-roFort Wayne, Ind, Obtainable everywhere. d, TOBINSPORT 1 C. H. S. Teachers Elected. English. Home Wednesday. "And suddenly they all three will Rev. Roy Jack filled his regular apdisappear?" "Suddenly; and you may believe mo pointment at the M. E. church Sunday. that from that time on they'll be heard A young mule belonging to Peter "That will bo very good of you, I'm Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Groves and sure," In a rumbling but perfectly sister, Mrs. Mary Uawklns, motored to Intelligible no ibcuiiv lor ine novernort men and Graded School will be as follows; Rufus McCoy, principal; J. R. Meador, first assistant; Miss Margaret Wroe, Miss Ermine Cowherd and Miss Julia Wroe for the grades. There are tw vacant places. IT COST A HEAVY PA'5, MARY OOHM.HENRV INVENTORY FRANK P. WALSH. BRITISH STRIKE TOLL OF LIVES Landing of English and French Troops at the Dardanelles, Chairman of the Fcderrl Committee on Industrial Relations. SUBMARINE BLOW Send Two German Subset Graft to Bottom. ENGLISH DESTROYER SUNK BRITISH ADMIRALTY'S REPORT Trawler Lost, Destroyed by Germans Division of English Ships Rush to Scene and Pursue German Craft In Running Fight. London, May 3. Tho Ilecniit, a British destroyer, and two German torpedo boats were sunk in a series of fights between surfnee nnd undersea torpedo craft in tho North sea. A Drltlsh trawler, which was attacked by units of tho German flotilla, also was sunk. The Kecrult was a small destroyer of 3Sh tons, built in 180(1. She was 21D feet long and had a speed of 29.5 knots. Her normal complement was CO ofllcprs and men, Indicating that probably about thirty-fivofficers and men were lost when she went down. The four destroyers of tho "L" class mentioned as having sunk tho two German torpedo boats after a chase, are new boats, laid down In 191k. Vessels of this class displace 945 tons and are SCO feet long. They have a speed of 29 knots and carry guns besides four three four-Ince Claim Made That the English Soldiers Now Hold Strongly Entrenched Positions on the Galllpoll Peninsula. Turkish Reports Have the Allies Driven From Nearly Every Point of the Peninsula. London, May 1. In nn official state- ment just Issued the British admiralty Elves tho first detailed story of the landing of the British and French troops for tho reduction of the Dardanelles forts. Tho Turks made a desperate resistance at several places, but, according to the official account, the British troops now hold strongly entrenched positions on the Galllpoll peninsula as far Inward as Krlthla, about five miles from the tip. It Is ad mitted that the landing operations cost the army a heavy toll of lives. It 16 announced that the casualties In the fleet, which supported the landtag parties, are small, but on tho other hand, official statements Issued In Constantinople assert that several British cruisers were damaged, a Brit ish destroyer was sunk in tho Narrows and that the French cruiser Jeanne d'Arc was struck by shells from the batteries and set afire. A dispatch to a news agency from Athens says the British troops have occupied Galllpoll town, near the en trance to tho Sea of Marmora. There Is no confirmation of this report, but an official statement Issued by the German general staff says tnere was continuous fighting there for two days. Troops were landed near Bit lair, across the head of Galllpcli pen Insula from Galllpoll town, but the ad Photo by American Press Association A GENERAL SURVEY OF THF WAR Copyright.) rolralty statement Is silent re A THOROUGH TEST the operations of this force. In contrast to the British official statement, the Turks assert that tho British 'nave been driven from everr One to Convince the Most Skep point of the peninsula except Gaha Tepeh, and that the Asiatic side of ileal Cloverport Reader. the strait, where the French fores effected a landing, has been entirely The test of time is the test that counts. Commission to Reveal Mystery cleared of the Invaders. Official casualty lists of tho MedDoan's Kidney Tills have made their of 26 Broadway. iterranean expeditionary force include reputation by effective action. the names of Brigadier General NaThe following case is typical pier, who has died of his wounds, and Cloverport residents should be conBrigadier General Hare, wounded. vinced INIMICAL TO GOVERNMENT The testimony is confirmed the proof WARSHIPS HIT ALLIES' WALSH SCORES ROCKEFELLERS cotnp'ete Testimony like this cannot be ignored. Three British Cruisers and French Mrs Kdward Cullen, Kighth St., Damaged by Turks. Battleship London, May 1. The following offi- Cannelton, Intl., says: "1 suffered from cial Turkish statement is forwardeo. backaches and headaches and was not from Constantinople by way of Am- able to sleep well, My back was very sterdam: lame and housework was a burden. I "Sixteen armored cruisers and used Doan's Kidney Tills and from the many destroyers attacked our advanco first there was a change for the better batteries in the Narrows. They fired I am still using them and the results are kIipIIb nn nnr batteries ttmitcniula nf " (Statement given and infantry positions and wounded a ivery satisfactory number of soldiers. Two transports 'April 7, 1907 ) Over five years later Mrs. Cullen said: off Sedd El Bahr were repeatedly struck by our shells. One was beach- "I always praise Doan's Kidney Tills They ed. The British battleships Majestic when I have the opportunity. and Triumph were damaged and with certainly acted like magic on my kidneys drew from the fighting line. In the and it was not long before I was per- .1 (Inn l. t lew mi) a II. uhi.-i.i-j u..-uiu iicu .m 111 , ln.mently cllrC(i lasi f ,. , I.o UUUIt usuium m.b urn- neriaiiCIl Tlon't ...... ....... 1 nee jut, u. lows. dispatch from Constantino- simply ask for .1 kidney remedy get A later ple says that the British battloshih Doan's Kidnev Tills the same that Co n Vengeance and French battle cruiser Mrs. Cullen had. Jeanne d'Arc were also damaged and I'rops , Iluffalo, X. Y. nn English destroyer was sunk. Declares Rockefeller's "Private" Cor respondence Has to Do With Breaking Down of the Government Colorado Situation Reviewed. I ,ii Toster-Milbur- Another German Air Raid. May 1. Reports received from the east coast tell of another German air raid. Lowestoft, on the Suffolk coast, eight miles south of Yarmouth, one of the points bombarded In Thursday's raid, was tho sceno of tho latest visit. Four Zeppelins were reported off the seaport. Details of their operations have not yet been reported. London, DUNKIRKE BOMBARDED for nil bv Calumet. For dally use In millions of kitchens has proved that Calumet la highest not only in ponverui well unquality but in failing in results pure to the extreme and wonderfully economical In use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. i' a sax . w German Land Guns NowWIthln Range of French Coast City. London, May 1. Dunklrke, on the North aea in France, has been bom barded by big German land guns. Many shells were thrown Into tho city. Twenty persons were killed and forty-fiv- e wounded. Another sensation came from tho east, where It Is announced that German cavalry, which succeeded in get ting around the extreme right of tho Russians, has Invaded the Russian Allies Gain In Belgium. Baltic provinces. solved onco Paris, May 1. Tho official communique says: "In Belsuim, to tho north of Ypres, our nttacks have progressed elong the wholo front to a depth varying from GOO meters to one kilometer s of a mllo). (540 yards to We have captured two successive lines of trenches and have made numerous prisoners." two-third- Received Highest Awards Woi!J' port Ftod Czponlloa, Cticifo, is. Frsact, Msrcl. 1312. P.rii EipoU-tio- A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia m umm VX4BBBBWSBB1 weakens the whole and constipation. system. Doan's Uegulets (25c per box) act mildly on the liver and bowels. At all drug stores. trolled from 2fi Brondwny, Now York, the ofTlce of the Standard OH comCauses pany. The history of this situation Star Outfielder Is a history of the exploitation 01 Great Base Ball Waj labor nnd of bloodshed. "I havo nothing but pity for John That 'Junior' Jr. D. Rockefeller. after his name has stood him in good stead. From It 0110 might consider that he Is young. Hut ho is in his forties. Now. I tell you ne noes nui do a thing but carry out orders from Tarn-townN. Y. Yes, It Is Indeed John D. Rockefeller, Sr., who is oper ating In Colorado. It Is this old man, not tho son. So if this commission does nothing more than lift the ve of mystery about 2ft Broadway It will not have been in vain." sitMr Walsh sketched briefly the uation in Colorado. "Mr. Rockefeller It apIn his letter to mo Htated that one peared singular to him that I was conpeace, to disturb tho Industrial ot tinued Mr. Walsh. "If tho trial and tho Ludlow massacro Lawson God forbid Is industrial peace then agree that wo havo peaco. I fully women with Mr. Rockefeller that tho shot, and children at Ludlow wore not were smothorod to death, and I but lay this at tho door ot tho Rockefeller group. fix "It Is a crime In Colorado to Bow-er- s prices, but In a letter from U M. Bow-er- a to J. D. Rockofcllor, Jr., Mr. said: 'Tho Colorado Fuel and Photo by American Press Association. Iron company usually leads In tho Mr. Bowers Is now May 3. As a result of fixing of prices.' New York, in tho oast. Watch and see if Mr. Hemn-stoaa conference between H. N. brought back to Colorado president ot the New York Na- Bowers is and punished for what Is a crime In tional League baseball club, and IL state, the fixing ot prices. B. Ward, president of the Brooklyn that . d, BENNY KAUFF Cincinnati, May 3. "John D. Rocke-forrJr., states that he gave out pri vate correspondence and that ho did not have to give it up. I want to say that no correspondence has to do with tho breakdown of government is private." "New York city," Mr. Walsh said, "is the centor of tho potential power of the land. In that city is one man, John D. Rockefeller, Sr.. tho richest man of nil time, whoso more than a thousand millions provade nil the fields of industry. Thus Frank P. Walsh, chairman of the I'nlted States commission on Industrial Uoiatlons replied to Mr. Rockefeller's dofense of himself and his homo In the Colorado situation. In nn address here. "The Colorado situation is con- J I ( I war. trawler Colombia was attacked by Paris reports slight gains north ot two German torpedo boats from the Ypres, where the Germans are said to westward. They attacked without have been forced to give up their ot-- hoisting their colors. The Colombia fenslve and direct all of their efforts was torpedoed and sunk, only one to defending their positions. General being saved. A division or quiet is reported at other parts of deckhand destroyers, consisting of tho British tho western front. Iafoey. Leonlnas, I.awford, Lark and Tho German war oftlco says that An chased tho Germans. attacks on the German positions on others fight ensued, nnd both tho the west bank of tho Ypres canal hour's torpedo boats were stink. The German havo failed, and that southeast of suffered no casualties. Two j British Verdun nnd advance of more than 100 forty-fou- r men yards has been made. Slight gains German officers and wore rescued and madf pri oners." In Russian Poland. are reported j Tho Petrograd announces that Germany range French have begun a loni? bombardment of tho German has assumed a strong offensive along fortifications at Metz, ton miles from tho entire front from Poland to and that nil attacks havo been tho nearest French trenches nt which already has result-repulsed. ed In considerable damage, accordThe. Germans havo fortified their positions recently taken on tho west ing to an official statement Issued at were used bank of tho Ypres canal, according Paris. New asphyxiants by the Germans along to the statement Issued in Berlin. without effect which describes tho repulse of French the western battle front. Berlin reports that strong British attacks in tho Champagne region and on the heights of tho Meuse, where nnd French attacks northeast of attempts were made to recover lost Ypres wero repulsed, and that the new German positions are still Intrenches. In tho French official statement tho tact. The German war office also bombardment of Dunkirk by German records severe fighting In the forest heavy guns Is announced. ThU bom- nf I.e Pretre. It was officially announced at Conbardment was nt first reported tc havo been by German worships, but stantinople that tho allied forces atboth tho French nnd tho German of- tacking the Dardanelles have been ficial reports make It clear that tho driven back with heavy losses, the operation wno by land batteries. In Turks capturing all material and amthe French commtnuo it Is added that munition landed at Gaba Tebeh. denies that tho allies have British nvlators later found the positions of tho German guns nnd dropped made good their foothold at any point if around the Dardanelles, bombs on them, with what effect not told. Tho four Zeppelins have made a The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Held effect, tonic ami raid on England nnd dropped bombs Because of its QUIN1NI! laxative than ordinary is better IlROAtO on Lowestoft. No report has yet been Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor and of tho damage miucrea rinciue In head. Remember the full name J5c, , received look for the sienaiure of 1J. W. GROVE. there. I 1 I link-owin1 LAXA-T1V- An air craft of unknown typo raid ed inq casi cost 01 r.ngiana, nropping nonius on ipswicn, sixty-similes rnrce nouses northeast of London wcro set on fire. It is confirmed that Italy has Informed tho allies of the terms on which she will enter the war on their side. Tho proposed agreement Is to effect that Italy's interests shall 111..-f,be protected .... .1 u, uiu u.uca. u.iu.- tu .110 x torpedo tubes. The nffalr was annolmce(i by the ,imirnttv fftiitt.i- in ti, raent: "A series of small affairs too'k place Saturday in the neighborhood of the Galloper and North Hinder Light- eMna Tim TtrfHat, ilnofmrni. Dnnnilt ' ' ' was sunk by a submar ne. Four ..,, . . I o ,., u"1 it;iiijuuu ...., nIo.. iiit'ii ne.u ... haveu .. . Busy Again" A Soliloquy in Two Paragraphs Administratrix Notice new Setlngruie Federal Longuo, called to consider To Creditors. tho status of Playor Benny Kauff, Mr. Hempstead announced that he had surrendered all tho claims ot tho Now All persons having claims against the York Giants to the services of Kault. estate of Milton Miller, deceased, are requested to prove their claims us required under the statutes and file same with us Lame Back. at ,once. All persons indebted to the is usually due to rheuma- ' John Bunny, Famous Actor, Dead John Bunny, the famous movie actor, died nt bis home in Brooklyn, N. Y., last Monday. He had been ill about three weeks of a complication of diseases. He was known not only in the United States, but in all corners of the globe. Bunny was for years in drama, and later went Into vaudeville, but was a ll'U failure. He then went into the Lame back will estate of Milt Miller, deceased, tism of the muscles of the back. Hard picture business anil was an Instant success. please call and settle. working people are most likely to suffer Dora I). Miller, Administratrix, from it. Relief may be had .by massag- Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly or Henry Moorman, ing the back with Chamberlain's Lini- The Old Standard general strengthening- tonic, drive out ment two or three times a day. Try it. CRO VK'8 TABTKUtSS chill TONIC, up the sysMaUria .enriches the blood .and build Column Obtainable everywhere. Read the tem. X true tonic. For 4ulU & ckUdfso. Xa "That's the third time this morning. I can't wait moment longer on that fellow. Let me see what is a Smith's number? "If Jones won't provide sufficient telephone facth' ties for his customers, he can't blame me for dealing elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." How do you know this very occurrence doesn't happen with your single telephone. Have an auxiliary line; the cost is trifling. Call the business Office to CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPOflATIO Want BOX 39, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. I Hon. Mattt T. Coherv of Louisville, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner oi Agriculture, will speak in the f Court House, Hardinsburg, Monday, May 10, at 2:30 p. m. in the interest of his race. Mr. Cohen is an interesting speaker and will entertain you COUNTY FAIR BARBECUE JUNE BW Of LIV-VER-LA- X 26 All the Effectiveness, Not the Effect of Calomel. LAX is one of the most Carter Writes About Plans UV-VER the Corn, Clover and Stock Important medical discoveries of recent years. For a long time medical exClub at Irvington EXPERIMENT 11. SUCCESSFUL Carter, secretary of the Corn, Clover and Stock Club of Irvinetoh, writes enthusiastically as follows: "Ily their fruits ye shall know them," Kind friends, my Intention is not to preach a sermon, though the feeling that inspires these few lines Is love of domir eood in the Master's vineyard. I refer to the work of "betterment ot conditions" both urban and rural. Back tc the soil where patient toll causes the farmer's labor to be crowned with success; where he not only reaps the present crop, but can see that lie is building for the future and whero he can say with truth: "my laud is more fertile, my family happier and this Is a better community in wnich to live " This, kind friends, Is the fruit by which wo wish to be judged we of tnis section. Wide traveler, when you pass by. note the improvement in our schools and churches, witness the lields made green by scientllic cultivation. Know then, that you have reached the Fourth Magisterial Diitrict where ihe people believe in community uplift. I'roud, indeed, are we of our clubs and organizations The farmers are rail) int.' around the banner of the Caru, Clover and Stock Club, like Ihe spring larks, proclaimThe club members ing good cheer. e are again and feeling line! We v i meet you June Sit, 19I.I, near the Irvington Kxperimeul plot, to give an account of our stewardship, so to .peak. We bu.isl of the fact today the plot is a mass of clover blossoms on the llrst W. wide-awak- perts, realizing the harmful effects of calomel, have been striving to find a liver cleanser that would be just as effective as calomel, and yet be absolutely harmless in Its action. Recently this remedy was actually put forth by L. K. Grigsby, in his is a harmless vegetable compound, designed solely for the treatment of liver complaints. The im mediate favor It has met with in thousands of homes is proof positive of its real value. If you feel worn out, tongue coated, and skin sallow, don't delay until it becomes dangerous, r.ip the trouble in the Insist on the bud with X genuine, bearing the signature likeness of L. K. Grigsby, and or which is Kinche-loe'- s guaranteed to give satisfaction money refunded. For sale by Pharmacy. Hardinsburg, Ky. HARDINSBURG. A book is a friend; a good book is a good friend. It will talk tojou when you want it to talk, and it will keep still when you want it to keep still and there are not many who know enough to do that. A library is a collection of friends. Lyman Abbott. Mr and Mrs. C. V. Robertson have gone to Dawson Springs for Mr. Robert-sou'- s health Mr. and Mrs W M. Hatcher left Tuesday for a three weeks visit to his parents near Clinton, Louisiana. Mrs Rolert Hendrick has returned from Cloverport where she has been the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Harney Squires. Judge Matthias Miller is in Louisville visiting his daughter, Mrs. Milton Hoard. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman motored up from Glen Dean Friday. A little boy made his arrival last Saturday at the home of Mr anil Mrs Park Miller in the Oakland neighborhood. Another Democrat for that precinct. Waiter Moorman and 15 L Robertson motored up from G en Dean last Thursday and attended the tobacco sale at the Loose Leaf Warehouse. Attorney Gus ltrowu has returned from Louisville much improved in health. Commonwealth's Attorney Henry Moorman has returned from a business trip to Louisville. The telephone office has been painted and a power generator installed. This office is well equipped. Sister Louis, the primary teacher in the St. Romauld school, has had to give up her position on account of ill health. Another nun has come to take her place She will remain here until the close of school. Miss Mollie Moorman, of Glen Dean, was the Sunday guest of Mrs Miller DcIIaven. William Prout was called home last Monday on account of the illness of his grandmother, Mrs. Win Hall, near Mrs. Hall died Saturday Webster. William has the sympathy of his many friends here. Mrs. W. J. Hall was called to .Rock-val- e to see her mother, Mrs. Clemtnrfns, who is seriously ill. Rev. S. C. Ilutton, of Versailles, will preach the baccalaureate sermon at the M, Ii church, South, on the sixteenth. State Superintendent llarksdale Hatnlett will deliver the diplomas to the graduating class. There arc two graduates this year, Messrs. Karl Thomas and Francis Dillon. Miss Katie liskridge spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Addie lv.sk- ridgc Mr. and Mrs Paul Compton and children spent Sunday in Garfield the guests of Mrs. Compton's father, Mr. Macy. Minor Compton was the guest of his II. Richardson, in daughter, Mrs. Garfield last Sunday. Mother's Day was appropriately observed at the M. 15 church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Each mother present was presented with a white carnation. We feel like our town is cleaner after days. The wagons were the clean-ubusy all day FiiJay and Saturday and there is still more to haul off If the citizens will stand by this council we will have a cleaner town in more ways than one. Mrs Hilary Maltingly, of Terre Haute, arrived Saturday night for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis. I- p KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES INTENSE SUFFERING Sixteen years ago I was taken sick with Kidney trouble and suffered terribly for three months I did not work during this time and was mostly con fined to the bed. After using other remedies I finally tried a bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. I immediately began to feel better, and after using seven fifty-cebottles, was entirely cured and have had no Kidney trouble since. I can truly say that I owe my good health Vou may publish this to Swamp-Roo- t letter ior the benefit of other people afflicted as I was with the hope of bringing to their attention this most WHEAT FLOUR CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT Articles KOOS HEE1' 3S3 Energy 10c will buy 410 445 1030 1117 118 1383 2033 2950 3040 C540 sirloin nt wonderful remedy. Yours very truly, Hattie A. Qulmby, '36 Spruce St. Watervllle, Maine. State of Maine, Kennebec County. Personally appealed the above named Hattie A. Qulmby, who subscribed to above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and in Anna M. Drummond. fact. Authorized to administer oaths, etc. Letter, to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Dlnjthamtun. N. V. Prove What Swamp-Roo- MUTTON, lef? MILK l'Oltlv, loin IlREAKb'AST FOODS CHEESE . HUTTEU RICE POTATOES I1EANS. dried. WHEAT FLOUR Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities One pound of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far as two pounds of moat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order Snow Drift, Bob White or Extra Fancy Hour from will reduce the high cost of living. your grocer. This Self-Risin- g Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. t Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., ISinghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Breckenridge News. size t and Regular bottles tor sale at all drug stores. fifty-cenone-doll- IRVINGTON Powdered llorax; 2 pounds PHARMACY ! The Drug Store That Saves You Money 15c 19c 15c Dye-I- t Straw Hat Colorlte Colorine Dye 15c 10 19 Hoard were guests of Miss Lydia Monday. Macy Peroxide Hydrogen; pint Wall Paper Cleaner; all kinds; 2 cans Mr. and Mrs. Jimuiie Pool are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a yirl at their home May 1st. d i "THE MASTER will be KEY" Ransom Xorton, near here, is very ill and his friends are very uneasy about his condition. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carman returned to their home in St. Louis Monday. Mr. and Mrs Whitehouse. of Louis ville, were guests of Mr and Mrs. Coral Hoard last week. Mrs Mattie Dowell was in Hardinsburg Friday the guest of Judge Dowell and Mrs. Dowell. The hail storm Sunday afternoon did some damage to growing crops, chickens and wiudowpanes, but did not reach our immediate vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander, Sunday, presented in Surely a record fur such Farmers, you have a ary seasou. fourteen di s more to view this crcp as it will be turned under to feed a crop of co" peas. Oet on the ground now! Do not wait for our barbecue the 3ith of June because we shall all be busy then dispensing Kentucky hospt ality. Sincerely, IS V. CAKTKR. accident Dr. insurance Cheapest For burns, Thomas' Kelectic Oil. All scalds, cuts and emergencies. druggists sell it. 25c and 50c. day of May. MOTION PICTURES! Beginning Household Rubber Gloves; 25c Sizes 6 to 0; pair Rex Bedbug Killer The best preparation of its kind fc r kill- ing and preventing 25c bedbugs Moth Proof Paper Bags; 10c Overcoat size; each Floor Paints Granitoid, Ada merit; dry over night; 50c quart Lex's Straw Hat Cleaner will make that Old Hat New. Chamois Skins. first-clas- will please you. Let us show you our line of s Skins at prices that Eastman Films; ail sizes; Development Free! May 1. 30 Reels. Two Reels Every Saturday Night Dreamland Company, Hardinsburg, Ky. Lex's Furniture Polish Cleans and Polishes in One Operation. Tanlaci Tanlactj DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Mr Brown Dead Willi. 111. ltrowu, aged 80 ear.; died Saturday at his home near Hig Soring. He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Mrs Samuel Howey and Mrs. Frank Hunt, four Mins, Daniel, Kichard, Lee and Frank Urown Highest market price paid for wool in cash. Ed Alexander, Irvington. Charlie Humes says Saturday was one of the best days of the season for him. He sold more goods and did the best day's work of the season. Mrs. Eliza Compton and Miss Nannie John Stinnett, near Lost Run, has the brag onion and potato crop of this com munity. Joe Allen, the section boss who has been located here for some time, will move to Irvington this week. We are sorry to lose them from our midst, our Sunday School ami church. Mrs. Fred Tabor is suffering from local blood poisoning over her face the result of a fever blister or boil. There seems to hi but little hope of her recovery. Misses Virginia Payne and Sylvia Holmes, of Harued, were here Saturday shopping. Rev. C. L. llruiiigton filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Willie Compton, who met with a painful accident last Monday, is rapidly improving. Miss Ollie Macy is very sick. Mr. and Mrs David Peuick were guests of Mr, and Mrs J. W. Marr Wednesday. Mrs. Kate Tucker, of Harued, is visiting Mrs. Amos Wood and other relatives here. Mrs, Alva lleauchainp, who is attending school in Fordsville, is home for a few days. DENTIST Office Hours: 301 cnoEll lS:S;ttS Always In office during o co hours 111 Irvington, Ky. The Hon. J. W. Newman Candidate for the Democratic nomination for The Breckenridge News the only medium in Breckinridge county through which you can reach "all the people" is GOVERNOR Will Speak At WITH OUR "WANT ADS" Colored Man Dies Hardinsburg Monday, May 'Jt Oth V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Tom Adams, son of Adah Walker Singleton, was brought here from LouisFeel languid, weak, run down? Headache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy ville for burial in the colored cemetery Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages and Instruis Burdock Wood Hitters. Ask your Sunday, He leaves a twin brother, Ed ments of Writings drawn up a ad druggist. Price f I 00. acknowledged Adams. mMmmmmmmm 11